108 episodes

Health care leaders just don’t have the time to sift through all of the news, opinions and ideas out there. Making sense of it all is how we can help. Rachel Woods, host of Radio Advisory and seasoned researcher from Advisory Board, talks with industry experts to break down the issues on your mind and offer recommendations on what to do next – each week, in about 30 minutes.

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    • 4.9 • 132 Ratings

Health care leaders just don’t have the time to sift through all of the news, opinions and ideas out there. Making sense of it all is how we can help. Rachel Woods, host of Radio Advisory and seasoned researcher from Advisory Board, talks with industry experts to break down the issues on your mind and offer recommendations on what to do next – each week, in about 30 minutes.

    [Rerun] How changing demographics will affect the future of health care

    [Rerun] How changing demographics will affect the future of health care

    Episode 81 was originally released on June 29, 2021.


    As we come towards the end of the Covid-19 pandemic, it's time to start looking at how the pandemic, alongside other big market forces, will shape health care in the future. In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Nick Cericola to talk about how changing demographics could affect the health care industry in the next 10 years—and why younger generations have the potential to change health care in the most surprising ways.


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    Dispatches from the future
    The population aged, as expected, but it was the aging of young people that changed health care in the most surprising ways.

    • 30 min
    [Rerun] Seattle Children's approach to behavioral health

    [Rerun] Seattle Children's approach to behavioral health

    Episode 68 was originally released on April 20, 2021.


    Much has been said about the behavioral health crisis lurking in the background behind the Covid-19 epidemic, but much of that talk has been regarding behavioral health in adults, despite the fact the issue is significantly worse among children. In this episode, Rae sits down with a team from Seattle Children's—Ginger Hines, executive director, Sheryl Morelli, medical director and CMO, and Larry Wissow, chair of pediatric psychology and behavioral medicine, to talk about the behavioral health issues children are facing in the wake of the Covid-19 epidemic.


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    A year into the pandemic, here’s how behavioral health care is changing—for the worse and for the better
    How 2 major hospitals teamed up—and raised $6.4M for behavioral health
    Collaborative Care Model
    Tele-behavioral Health
    Integrated Behavioral Health Implementation Toolkit
    Mental Health–Related Emergency Department Visits Among Children Aged

    • 41 min
    [Rerun] Why you have to embrace telework (and how to get it right)

    [Rerun] Why you have to embrace telework (and how to get it right)

    Episode 59 was originally released on February 16, 2021.


    Much of the United States has been working from home either full-time or part-time since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic leading many companies to change their policies on telework going forward. In this episode of Radio Advisory, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Serena Bernthal-Jones and Rachel Zuckerman to discuss how the Covid-19 epidemic has changed perspectives on telework and how managers can still keep their staff engaged while working from home. Plus, Rae rounds up the health care news that Advisory Board researchers are keeping an eye on.


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    4 simple tactics to improve your virtual meetings
    Manager's guide to leading remotely through Covid-19
    Sharpen your remote management skills
    Tips to make telework work for your team
    4 ways to help staff who are struggling to work from home
    How to keep your team engaged and productive from home

    • 29 min
    100: Omicron—what it means for health care policy

    100: Omicron—what it means for health care policy

    This episode was recorded on January 4, 2022.


    The omicron variant is continuing to spread rapidly throughout the United States, leading to record numbers of new Covid-19 cases in many areas. In this episode, Christopher Kerns sits down with Advisory Board's Pam Divack to talk about the health care industry implications of the omicron variant, including what the political and policy responses to the variant mean for the health care world.


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    The omicron surge: 4 ways to help your overwhelmed workforce
    Our Covid-19 resource page
    300+ Covid-19 treatments are in development. Which ones will really matter?
    How to prepare your workforce for omicron: 4 key strategies
    Ep. 92: The biggest crisis of 2021 isn't Covid-19—it's nursing shortages
    Ep. 93: Beyond burnout: Moral exhaustion in the clinical workforce
    Subscribe to the Daily Briefing

    • 23 min
    99: Part 2: What health care CEOs need to know in 2022

    99: Part 2: What health care CEOs need to know in 2022

    The year is coming to an end, so what's in store for health care executives in 2022? In this episode, host Christopher Kerns sits down with Advisory Board's Yulan Egan for part two of their discussion on the state of the union in health care, looking at the major trends shaping the industry in the future and what health care CEOs need to know for 2022.


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    16 Things CEOs Need to Know in 2022
    The CEO’s Role in Advancing Health Equity
    Radio Advisory Playlist: Health equity and racism episodes
    The price transparency trifecta
    2021 Strategic Planner Survey Results
    We've been defining the independent physician landscape wrong—here's a new approach
    How Covid-19 transformed virtual care preferences, according to our 7,000-patient survey
    4 key takeaways from our home-based care executive retreat

    • 25 min
    98: Part 1: What health care CEOs need to know in 2022

    98: Part 1: What health care CEOs need to know in 2022

    As 2021 comes to an end, what is in store for health care executives next year? In this episode, host Christopher Kerns sits down with Advisory Board's Yulan Egan to discuss the major trends shaping the health care industry in the future and what health care CEOs need to know for 2022.


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    16 Things CEOs Need to Know in 2022
    Weave these threads together to strengthen your systemness
    11 surprising ways the pandemic changed health care, according to Advisory Board experts
    Give Clinicians Time to Recover from the Pandemic | HBR.org
    Market Scenario Planner
    Employer strategy is poised to change in 2022. Here’s what that means for you.
    We predicted big cuts to Medicaid payments after Covid-19. Here's why we've changed our minds.

    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
132 Ratings

132 Ratings

Arlie K ,

Not one to miss!

Super appreciative of this podcast! No matter the subject, you’re guaranteed to gain something from every episode - can’t recommend Radio Advisory enough. 🙌

atartine ,

Provocative yet practical

I love listening along as Rae explores each topic with different healthcare experts- in particular, pushing them on what they recommend a listener actually DO with what they’re talking about. The episode on how to be an anti-racist leader, and the telehealth stuff is particularly good!

MurphyWenk ,

Engaging Podcast with an Outstanding Host and Guests

This is a must-listen podcast for anyone who supports the healthcare industry. The continent is engaging and timely, though many of the strategies on leadership or focusing on racial inequities in healthcare are evergreen pieces. The issues are also dissected in a way that anyone who is interested in understanding a complex, messy, and mission critical industry can absorb the thoughtful analysis and suggestions.

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