100 episodes

Relentless Health Value is the podcast for business leaders working in payer/insurance carrier and provider organizations, as well as for pharmaceutical, medical device, patient advocacy, and other health care organizations. Health care–oriented venture capitalists (VCs) and digital health entrepreneurs also regularly engage with our show. Finally, we have a growing contingent of employer CFOs and benefits professionals who tune in.

The podcast mission is to help transform health care by fostering collaboration and breaking down silos. Our panel of expert guests connects you with other health care leaders trying to achieve the quadruple aim of improving population health and patient and provider experience, while managing costs effectively.

Relentless Health Value is one of the oldest and largest podcasts dedicated to health care industry decision makers trying to do the right thing.

Relentless Health Value Stacey Richter

    • Medicine
    • 4.9, 72 Ratings

Relentless Health Value is the podcast for business leaders working in payer/insurance carrier and provider organizations, as well as for pharmaceutical, medical device, patient advocacy, and other health care organizations. Health care–oriented venture capitalists (VCs) and digital health entrepreneurs also regularly engage with our show. Finally, we have a growing contingent of employer CFOs and benefits professionals who tune in.

The podcast mission is to help transform health care by fostering collaboration and breaking down silos. Our panel of expert guests connects you with other health care leaders trying to achieve the quadruple aim of improving population health and patient and provider experience, while managing costs effectively.

Relentless Health Value is one of the oldest and largest podcasts dedicated to health care industry decision makers trying to do the right thing.

    INBW27: Two Metrics to Measure the Value of Care Delivered

    INBW27: Two Metrics to Measure the Value of Care Delivered

    I have an idea how to measure value in health care delivery. The metrics used are critical, and not just because what gets measured gets managed. American health care is a big display of game theory. I'm not easily impressed, and I am frequently by the cognitive prowess among some to game the system for as much profit as possible at the expense of patients and taxpayers. So, the right metrics have to be unimpeachable; immune to those with every intention of twisting them against their spirit.

    • 18 min
    EP282: Do You Know How Much Cancer Centers Get Paid to Put Patients on Drugs? With Aaron Mitchell, MD, MPH

    EP282: Do You Know How Much Cancer Centers Get Paid to Put Patients on Drugs? With Aaron Mitchell, MD, MPH

    In this health care podcast, I dig into this so-called “buy and bill” payment model with Aaron Mitchell, MD, MPH. Dr. Mitchell is an oncologist and health services researcher over at Memorial Sloan Kettering. He seeks to understand how changes to current reimbursement models for oncology services may be used to achieve better patient outcomes and reduce low-value care.

    • 34 min
    EP281: COVID-19—Badly Managed Health System Supply Chains Steal From Patients and the Providers Who Let This Happen, With Rob Austin From Guidehouse

    EP281: COVID-19—Badly Managed Health System Supply Chains Steal From Patients and the Providers Who Let This Happen, With Rob Austin From Guidehouse

    In this health care podcast, I am talking with Rob Austin. Rob is director of health systems at Guidehouse. He works a ton on supply chains at hospitals, health systems, and physician practices. Quick industry news flash: Guidehouse is a new entity comprised of legacy PWC (PricewaterhouseCoopers) government business which has combined with Navigant.

    • 35 min
    EP280: COVID-19—Will Currently-in-Use Technology Advancements Wind Up Disrupting Traditional Models of Health Care Delivery and Reimbursement? With Yauheni Solad, MD, and Rahul Dubey

    EP280: COVID-19—Will Currently-in-Use Technology Advancements Wind Up Disrupting Traditional Models of Health Care Delivery and Reimbursement? With Yauheni Solad, MD, and Rahul Dubey

    I talk w/Yauheni Solad, MD, medical director of digital health & telemedicine at Yale New Haven Health. His mission is to lead digital transformation toward accessible & affordable high-quality care enabled by tech. Dr. Solad also works w/NODE—the Network of Digital Evidence. Dr. Solad represents the provider POV.

    Also featured is Rahul Dubey, founder of Percynal Health Innovations. Rahul is the former chief innovation officer over at AHIP—America’s Health Insurance Plans. Rahul represents the paye

    • 37 min
    EP279: COVID-19—How Did Health Systems Get Addicted to the Inflated Prices They Charge Employers and Some Patients? With Peter Hayes, President and CEO of the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine

    EP279: COVID-19—How Did Health Systems Get Addicted to the Inflated Prices They Charge Employers and Some Patients? With Peter Hayes, President and CEO of the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine

    In this health care podcast, I speak with Peter Hayes, who is president and CEO at the Healthcare Purchaser Alliance of Maine and a national presence in health care strategy/innovation and frequent keynote speaker. One thing, among many, that Peter said during our conversation struck me. He said it will take a village to fix what ails the health care system in this country. There’s just too many interdependencies.

    • 38 min
    EP278: COVID-19—Will COVID-19 Result in a New Normal for Value-based Pharmaceutical Pricing? With Maura Calsyn From the Center for American Progress

    EP278: COVID-19—Will COVID-19 Result in a New Normal for Value-based Pharmaceutical Pricing? With Maura Calsyn From the Center for American Progress

    In this health care podcast, I’m speaking with Maura Calsyn from the Center for American Progress—or CAP—and we’re talking about value-based drug pricing and the impact that COVID-19 may have on its definition, operationalism, and broad adoption.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
72 Ratings

72 Ratings

BeatlesU2 ,

MD

Just discovering now. This is a great resource for people interested in the behind-the-scenes of health care delivery, and all the thought going into who/what/where treatment happens. Learning a lot about how the different players view the system.

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Consistently the Best

Stacey not only has the most interesting and informative guests talking about timely and relevant topics- she takes it up a notch by getting answers from the perspectives of working people, employer plans and top providers... the best

John Woodworth ,

Advisor to employers hoping they hear this!

Excellent content in a concise interview with a thought leader in Primary Care. This conversation contains such great insights. I will be sharing it with our clients and hope they heed the call to action.

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