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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.

    The intersection of innovation and leadership - Charles W. Sorenson, MD, President and CEO Emeritus, Intermountain Healthcare - Episode 31

    The intersection of innovation and leadership - Charles W. Sorenson, MD, President and CEO Emeritus, Intermountain Healthcare - Episode 31

    Charles W. Sorenson, MD, President and CEO Emeritus of Intermountain Healthcare, considers innovation a requirement in healthcare and says the best leaders engender trust, encourage out-of-the-box thinking and have a disciplined approach to organization-wide learning. As a long-time leader of one of the country's most innovative healthcare systems, he shares his insights on how leaders can foster innovation.

    • 29 min
    Using machine learning to predict COVID-19 hotspots - Julia Polk and Chase Spurlock, Decode Health - Episode 30

    Using machine learning to predict COVID-19 hotspots - Julia Polk and Chase Spurlock, Decode Health - Episode 30

    As the United States starts to come out of the COVID-19 lockdown, the danger of coronavirus flare-ups increases. Julia Polk and Chase Spurlock, COO and CEO of Decode Health, discuss an early warning system they have developed to help states, counties and local governments pinpoint risk and take additional measures to mitigate the risk without shutting down entire economies.

    • 38 min
    Perfect the art and science of patient engagement - Michael O'Neil, founder and CEO, GetWellNetwork - Episode 29

    Perfect the art and science of patient engagement - Michael O'Neil, founder and CEO, GetWellNetwork - Episode 29

    Michael O'Neil, founder and CEO of GetWellNetwork, has been focused for two decades on helping people take an active role in their healthcare. In this episode, he talks about the art and science of patient engagement, and how patients and their family caregivers are an untapped transformative resource to drive lower cost and better outcomes.

    • 31 min
    Eliminating waste through automation - Matt Hawkins, SVP, Boston Software Systems - Episode 28

    Eliminating waste through automation - Matt Hawkins, SVP, Boston Software Systems - Episode 28

    Matt Hawkins, SVP of sales and strategy at Boston Software Systems, discusses the power of automation to create a digital workforce and save on administrative costs within revenue cycle, clinical and information technology.

    • 27 min
    The evolution of healthcare IT - Ken Bradberry, SVP and CTO, The HCI Group - Episode 27

    The evolution of healthcare IT - Ken Bradberry, SVP and CTO, The HCI Group - Episode 27

    Ken Bradberry, SVP and CTO for The HCI Group, has had a front seat to the healthcare IT evolution. From working as a data processor in the early 90s in a Michigan hospital to serving as the chief technology officer for a global healthcare IT organization, Ken shares a perspective on how technology has transformed healthcare and how that transformation will continue.

    • 37 min
    Smashing data siloes and enabling data interoperability and liquidity - Cliff Cavanaugh, founder and CTO, Healthjump - Episode 26

    Smashing data siloes and enabling data interoperability and liquidity - Cliff Cavanaugh, founder and CTO, Healthjump - Episode 26

    Cliff Cavanaugh, founder and chief technical officer of Healthjump, is working to smash data siloes and make interoperability and data liquidity a reality. Interoperability is what happens when different systems can communicate and share. Data liquidity is the next step, where data is usable by multiple systems.

    • 29 min

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