Healthcare belongs to everyone. Still, women play a critical role as the primary decision-makers, or “Chief Medical Officers” for their families, self, and as caregivers. Women are deciding which medicines their family take, which health treatments to follow, which doctors to see, and how to live a healthy lifestyle.
And it’s the women inside the healthcare system as well–medical assistants, nurses, practice administrators, doctors, consultants–who see the underbelly of it all. They live through the unending changes to healthcare laws, insurance reimbursements, technology upgrades, and patient experience. What we’re trying to say is, women know some things.
We’re excited to hear what they have to share!
This week we talk with Karen Horgan, Co-Founder and CEO of VAL Health. Using behavioral economics as the cornerstone of their practice, Karen and her team work on solving issues throughout the whole healthcare ecosystem - payers, digital health, pharma, and more. Join us as Karen shares how the implementation of VAL Health’s behavioral-economics science works to provide their clients with a long-lasting impact.
This week we talk with Amy Schmid, Director of Strategic Accounts, at Inform Diagnostics - an anatomical pathology company based out of Irving, Texas. Amy is one of the most positive people we’ve met in the healthcare industry and - no joke - if there was ever a zombie apocalypse, we would want to be on her team. Amy’s a true gem of a person and we think you should know her.
This week we talk with Tjasa Zajc - Communication Specialist at Better. Tjasa shares with us her extensive background in journalism and how it became a pillar to her journey into healthcare. Join us as she talks about her role in designing solutions within her workplace, Better, and her podcast, Faces of Digital Health.
Lisa Stevens Anderson
This week we talk with Lisa Steven Anderson - President of Q Point Health, the MSO Division for Equality Health. Join is as Lisa talks about her and Equality Health’s efforts to integrate cultural care into healthcare.
This week, we’re talking to Julie Mann - Chief Commercial Officer at Carium. Join us as Julie talks about her 20 years in Healthcare IT and her current journey in supporting patients remotely in the comfort of their home.
This week, we’re talking with Amie Mondragon - Dean of Residential Life at Wasatch Academy. Amie gives listeners insights on how COVID has affected the culture of the private boarding school in rural Utah. Join us as Amie talks about despite drastic adjustments from the school and faculty , they are able to continue to build student communities and foster relationships, while remaining safe.
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New innovative and insightful
This is a great prodcast. Listed for the first time and found it to be insightful and on point with what patients want. This is a podcast that is innovative and in sync with where healthcare is going and what patients need.
Encouraging and Enlightening
Fabulous podcast hosted by two brilliant women interviewing other brilliant women regarding Health IT. Love it.
Read HIT Like a Girl
Curious to hear what the female movers and shakers in health IT are working on? Then this is the podcast for you. Rios and Roberts hit all my professional hot buttons, bringing together that Venn diagram at the convergence of healthcare, technology, compassion, and value-based business models with a sprinkle of data analytics and marketing on top.
Bonus points: as an avid reader, Rios and Roberts have me covered on that front as well by asking their guests about the books that have been most influential for them personally and/or professionally.
Keep up the good work, ladies!