RED HOT HEALTHCARE is a healthcare leader and industry podcast, which will be carried on ITunes and all major podcast directories. The show is a blend of a weekly summary of top news across the health sector, along with select interviews from healthcare leaders and HIT mavericks.
Episode 72 - Learning from a Leader Who's Taught Millions
With healthcare consumerism on the rise and more millennials entering the workforce, learning and company culture has become far more meaningful.
On today's show, we have an internationally recognized thought leader in leadership, learning and development. Her work has been seen by over 9 million viewers on Lynda.com and LinkedIn learning.
Dr. Britt Andreatta was formerly the Chief Learning Officer for Lynda.com. Her work embraces workplace culture, the neuroscience of learning & development, emotional intelligence and leading change management. Her clients are a who’s who in the Fortune 100.
In this show, Steve and Britt discuss a number of powerful subjects and insights including:
Learning vs. a 'culture' of learning Psychological safety and physician burnout The impact of 'Amygdala Hijack' Why up to 70% of change initiatives fail Why you should avoid doctors in the afternoon Neural Synchrony and team success Britt's 4 Gates to Peak Performance
Episode 71 - Designing Healthcare (PART 2 of 2)
In this power-packed episode, Dr. Steve delivers the final part of this engaging series. Guests Amy Cueva and Amy Bucher of Mad*Pow are delivering high octane conversation on top-of-mind insights into the future of healthcare.
NOTE: If you haven't yet heard it, please listen to PART 1 per episode 70.
Get ready for some incredible insight on the following topics we discuss:
🔶 The differences between engagement science from providers to pharma companies
🔶 Worn out beliefs, terms, and strategies in patient experience
🔶 The power and need for coordinating nudges and messages from multiple sources to patient
🔶 The highly disruptive changes in millennial healthcare decisioning and actions
🔶 Healthcare's most pressing issues that are holding back growth and better patient experience
🔶 Hospital and health system growth - local and remote...
And so much more!
Episode 70 - Designing Healthcare - PART 1
On today's show, we have Amy Cueva and Amy Bucher of Madpow.
Take one-part cutting-edge motivational science, add in a strong dash of design psychology, a high level of insight & innovative design...and round it off with 80 strongly-skilled and passionate professionals.
And you have Mad*Pow, a market-leading design company that has worked with the top names in healthcare - including CVS Health, Harvard Pilgrim and even the CDC.
This show episode was so chock full of great information, that it became the first ever 2-part interview series I have done!
In this episode. Dr. Steve Ambrose, Amy Cueva, and Amy Bucher discuss the following: 🔶 How 'motivational science' and 'design psychology' are changing the world of patient experience and engagement.
🔶 Blending creative processes with scientific methods to deliver unique solutions
🔶 The framing strategy of today's healthcare companies to deflect 'pricing'
🔶 Why persuasion is highly overrated in behavior change
🔶 Collaboration as the 'new' innovation
🔶 Engagement differences - pharma, payers, and providers
And so much more!
Episode 69 - Insight, Intervention, and Impact
Inovalon counts hundreds of insurance companies, provider systems, and pharma, device, and diagnostic companies as clients, including 19 of the top 25 health plans and 13 of the top 15 pharma and life sciences companies. It pools data on more than 240 million patients.
On today’s show we have SVP of Innovation, Eric Sullivan. Host Dr. Steve Ambrose and Eric get into some top-of-mind issues including:
Inovalon's reach across healthcare segments A refreshing view on commoditized pop. health Fast analysis and NLP innovation 'CDEaaS' and 'NLPaaS' - new and refreshing The necessity of streamlining patient engagement Who is defining 'value' in value-based care? The power of the hidden 3%
Episode 68 - Leading Large Through Faith, Integrity, and Humility
Providence St. Joseph Health employs more than 110,000 caregivers at 50 hospitals, more than 800 clinics and a range of health and social services in 7 states.
Today we talk leadership with their President of Strategy, Annette Walker. In 2017, she was named one of the top 25 women in healthcare by Modern Healthcare magazine.
In this episode, Dr. Steve and Annette Walker discuss these engaging subjects:
Re-thinking revenue outside of the hospital The power of faith in Annette's leadership Is A.I. and technology overrated for helping admin costs? Female-on-Female incivility in the workplace Telehealth in interstate-level health system growth Retail partnering for healthcare services
Episode 67 - Hashing Out Blockchain in Healthcare
Blockchain has been perhaps the biggest buzzword over the last year. But what about it IS hype…and what is the truth today, and likely for the future?
And for healthcare?
Today we have John Bass, the CEO of Hashed Health in Nashville, TN with us in studio. He’s taking us down the primrose path, where we can smell the roses and not get stuck by its thorns.
In this engaging and information-packed episode, host Dr. Steve and John discuss:
A quick primer on the technology New business models and value chain governance Impact on administrative costs Professional Credentials Exchange, Bramble and other powerful emerging solutions Blockchain enabling consumerism and a new era of competing on price and quality Trust, transparency, and incentive alignment And so much more!
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A great guide to the major issues dominating health care and health policy. Ambrose’s guests cover the whole range of thinking in the field. And he is a passionate, knowledgeable and engaging interviewer.
Great podcast from Steve Ambrose.
An informative listen for those in healthcare on your drive home from work.
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