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The Healthcare Solutions Project features interviews with healthcare innovators working to improve quality, reduce cost and increase patient satisfaction. Hosted by Don Seamons.

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The Healthcare Solutions Project features interviews with healthcare innovators working to improve quality, reduce cost and increase patient satisfaction. Hosted by Don Seamons.

    Mapping the patient journey in medication managment - Omri Shor, Founder and CEO, MediSafe - Episode 37

    Mapping the patient journey in medication managment - Omri Shor, Founder and CEO, MediSafe - Episode 37

    Every patient is different, as is every patient journey. But data can point to subtle similarities that unlock the door to patient engagement. When it comes to medication management, Omri Shor may have unlocked that door. Using artificial intelligence, patient reported data and behavioral data,  MediSafe has found specific points where they can influence the patient journey in a very personal way. 

    • 24 min
    Lessons hospitals and health systems have learned from COVID-19 - Pam Arlotto, President and CEO, Maestro Strategies - Episode 36

    Lessons hospitals and health systems have learned from COVID-19 - Pam Arlotto, President and CEO, Maestro Strategies - Episode 36

    Over the past few months, hospitals and health systems have made tremendous transformations. They've had no choice. Rather than make decisions by committee and consensus, they've been forced to be agile, innovative and creative. Pam Arlotto, President and CEO of Maestro Strategies, is encouraging healthcare leaders to maintain that agility using data tools that enable prediction as they continue to navigate through uncertainty.

    • 25 min
    The evolution of value-based care - Dominique Morgan, VP and General Manager, VillageMD - Episode 35

    The evolution of value-based care - Dominique Morgan, VP and General Manager, VillageMD - Episode 35

    Healthcare is in a schizophrenic position today, says value-based care expert and consultant Dominique Morgan. The newly titled VP and General Manager for Michigan of VillageMD has been working in and consulting about value-based care since before the coin was termed. While she has seen tremendous progress, she also sees that too many organizations are playing both sides of the volume-to-value divide. COVID-19 has forced us to learn some things about proactive care, but there's still a lot to learn.

    • 40 min
    Delivering a patient-centered revenue cycle - Jake Mathew, CEO, MBOS - Episode 34

    Delivering a patient-centered revenue cycle - Jake Mathew, CEO, MBOS - Episode 34

    Documenting care has become a big part of caring for patients. Not only does it provide the justification for reimbursement, it also provides the basis for quality care. Doctors need to know the whole patient story. In this episode, Jake Mathew, CEO of MBOS, talks about mentoring physicians to help them tell the patient story as well as help them keep patients from experiencing the fallout from claims denials.

    • 22 min
    Calling out inequities in the healthcare system - Marcus Whitney, CEO Health:Further & Co-Founder JumpStart Ventures - Episode 33

    Calling out inequities in the healthcare system - Marcus Whitney, CEO Health:Further & Co-Founder JumpStart Ventures - Episode 33

    Marcus Whitney, co-founder of JumpStart Foundry and co-founder and CEO of Health:Further, is raising his voice against what he sees as systemic racism in today's healthcare system. A self-taught entrepreneur and a consultant who helps healthcare companies navigate disruptive change, Marcus shares his perspective on what healthcare leaders should do to address inequities.

    • 50 min
    Helping doctors share their professional data - Jared S. Taylor, CEO & Co-founder, BlocHealth - Episode 32

    Helping doctors share their professional data - Jared S. Taylor, CEO & Co-founder, BlocHealth - Episode 32

    While most physicians love the practice of medicine, most of them also hate the administrative runaround. Getting credentialed to work in specific states and facilities can be incredibly difficult, especially for physicians who are temporary workers or who must be licensed in multiple states to work in telehealth. Jared S. Taylor, the co-founder and CEO of BlocHealth, discusses the pains of credentialing and what his company is doing to make the going easier for doctors.

    • 16 min

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