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This Week In Health IT is dedicated to propelling healthcare forward by amplifying the voices of advancement and innovation in health technology. Managing Editor and Host Bill Russell has served on executive teams in healthcare, higher education, and Fortune 500 consulting practices. As Chief Information Officer for St. Joseph Health, a 16 hospital $6.5 billion system, he rapidly accelerated the diffusion of new IT strategies, adopted emerging models like cloud, agile development, and invest ...
 
This isn’t your typical management-skills podcast. Join Nash Consulting’s President Mike Nash (a cynical gen X’er) and his son and Business Manager Ethan Nash (an entitled millennial) as they sort through the plethora of leadership information out there in order to provide you practical, actionable ways to become a manager rockstar. If you manage people or you aspire to manage people, you should probably listen to this podcast. Since 1996, Nash Consulting has been helping managers not suck. ...
 
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April 14, 2021: Marketing is an ever evolving discipline in healthcare. Technology and digital changed things dramatically. Mona Baset, Vice President, Digital Services for SCL Health breaks down brand management, analytics, operations, consumer journey mapping and more. There’s lots of cool digital tools out there ... Epic, MyChart, Salesforce, ch…
 
April 19, 2021: It’s Newsday with Drex DeFord and Bill. We’ve got a long way to go in healthcare. We are not consumer based just yet. How do we get better? What can we adjust? The virtual CHIME conference was last week. What were the key learnings? How did big tech fit in? And what is the future of conferences? Is it too soon for in-person? Did the…
 
April 16, 2021: The patient experience changed dramatically during COVID. Workflows had to adjust and change as part of that. We asked Kevin Manemann, Chief Executive Southern California at Providence, what expectations do patients now have? What are the most impactful steps you can take to meet those expectations? What home care technologies are e…
 
We are back for Season 2 of the Managing with Mind & Heart Podcast! After a short hiatus from the mics, Mike and Ethan Nash get back in the studio to record their most important episodes yet. They break down the Top 15 Management Skills (according to research) that will make or break your success as a manager. Managers who practice these skills are…
 
April 12, 2021: The US has the best healthcare in the world in terms of doctors, hospitals and pharmaceutical and medical device companies but certainly not the best outcomes. 30 million Americans do not have any insurance. Anne Weiler joins Bill to discuss US medical costs, Haven, remote work, work-life balance, cybersecurity, equities and the JP …
 
April 9, 2021: How does technology work in the dental world? Join David Baker, CIO for Pacific Dental on their Epic Wisdom journey. IT is no longer in the background or in the ivory tower putting stuff together and pumping it out. It's the opposite. It's a field with teams working out what will make our lives easier, our workflows more efficient an…
 
April 7, 2021: It's been a wild year for digital health. How has the pandemic influenced this space? It's hard to imagine a one size fits all for addressing patient care. That’s where Xealth comes in. It’s a digital prescription platform that lets clinicians prescribe digital health tools to patients. Think of it like the SureScripts of digital hea…
 
April 5, 2021: Sue Schade from StarBridge Advisors joins Bill to discuss hybrid work trends, her new role as interim CIO at Boston Children’s and information blocking. They also exchange vaccination stories. The rollout got off to a rough start but the US is now hitting 3 million vaccine doses a day. Have you had your jab yet? How are airlines, con…
 
April 2, 2021: Patients relied heavily on virtual tools to connect with providers throughout the pandemic. A single click to a doctor is the holy grail. So is having access and control over your data. Our guest today is Sean Bina, VP of Access and Patient Experience for Epic. What role does MyChart play in this virtual care world? How is Epic worki…
 
March 31, 2021: It's so important for health systems to get their cloud data management strategy right. The three big ticket gains are agility, access to new sets of tools and being able to redirect your IT staff to higher level items. Today Bill Gurling of Rubrik, Vik Nagjee from Sirius and Brian Farmintino and Chris Knapp from New Hanover Regiona…
 
March 29, 2021: Frank Nydam, the VP of Healthcare at VMware joins Bill for the news. The CHIME Spring Forum is coming up. Future Vision for Health & Care: What’s Coming Over the Horizon? Post-COVID Trends Shaping Healthcare. Putting Patient Experience at the Heart of Healthcare. What goes into the planning of virtual events like this? And what is t…
 
March 26, 2021: The year is 2030. How would a leader of a healthcare system address the pandemic? Dr. Stephen Klasko, CEO for Jefferson Health presented exactly how at the JP Morgan conference. 3D printers printing PPE, drones delivering medication, bots IDing illness and wearables testing for cases. WOW! Today we are joined by their CIO Nassar Niz…
 
March 24, 2021: How do you attract major IT talent to paradise? AKA Florida? How does someone from a military background quickly scale the CIO world and also wear the hat of pseudo COO? William Walders, CIO and SVP of Operations Support at Health First gives us insights into his operations and IT roadmap including ITSM, Data Analytics, Security, IT…
 
March 22, 2021: Why is healthcare still about a decade behind? How can we start taking advantage of the cloud to get more flexibility and agility? How can we create faster, better and stronger consumer first workflows? Vik Nagjee, Director of Healthcare & Life Sciences for Sirius joins Bill for the news. Grand Rounds and Doctor on Demand have merge…
 
March 19, 2021: Atrium Health is at the forefront when it comes to mass vaccination. Becky Fox, Vice President, Chief Nursing Informatics Officer speaks to Bill live from the Bank of America stadium in Charlotte, North Carolina where they are vaccinating 14,000 people in one week. These events are very complex and it’s clear that the key to perform…
 
March 17, 2021: We look to organizations like Providence with its size, scale and scope to lead the way and set the tone in healthcare. Did you know they had the first COVID patient in the US on January 20? Where were they in their tech journey when the pandemic hit? And how did that affect their response? CIO BJ Moore who hails from Big Tech with …
 
March 15, 2021: It’s Newsday. Bill is joined by Dr. Eric Quiñones, Chief Healthcare Advisor at World Wide Technology. Amazon Care’s partner “Care Medical” has filed to operate in 17 more states. This is concierge level service. They'll meet you in your office, your home, wherever you are. What can hospitals learn from Amazon and big tech? How can w…
 
March 12, 2021: Dr. Karen Murphy, Chief Innovation Officer at Geisinger recently gave a talk at the HIMSS Accelerate Health Series on the four lessons healthcare systems learned going through the pandemic. Flexibility, boosting digital tools, using more data and reforming healthcare payment models. These lessons were learnt at lightning speed. Can …
 
March 10, 2021: What we have needed through this pandemic is emotional stability, perseverance and the ability to keep going when you don't know what the unknown is. What IS the new normal for health systems? Dr. Zafar Chaudry, Senior Vice President and CIO for Seattle Children’s Hospital discusses remote work, culture and productivity. What do lea…
 
March 8, 2021: It’s Newsday with Drex DeFord and Bill. Drex had a hip replacement. How was his patient experience? Bill is doing the show from Arizona. What’s it like traveling on a plane during Covid? Are people being stringent with their mask wearing? Does it feel safe? The Johnson and Johnson vaccine is almost upon us. How does the hacking of Pf…
 
March 10, 2021: City of Hope is a world-class cancer hospital with precision immunotherapy, T-cell and STEM cell medical therapies. CIO Patrick Anderson gives us a glimpse into his role in 2021. What work is top of mind right now? Physical moves to improve access to care are still needed. That’s why City of Hope has expanded into Orange County with…
 
March 3, 2021: UCHealth released a must-read COVID-19 mass drive-thru vaccination playbook. Here to take us through it is Sarah White, Senior Director, Innovation and Health Systems Engineering. What is the genesis of the playbook? How can other health systems replicate the success they had at Coors Field, Denver? What kinds of partnerships do you …
 
March 1, 2021: Anne Weiler, health tech entrepreneur and advisor to This Week in Health IT joins Bill for the news. What happens after you sell a successful health startup? What are the stages of a CEO getting back into the real world? We call it health tech CEO recovery. Retail giant Walmart might be slowing down their ambitious expansion into hea…
 
February 26, 2021: Telehealth has become a household word. The numbers in 2020 were staggering. What trends should we expect in 2021? What is the new normal? Dr. Joseph Kvedar, Harvard Professor, Senior Advisor, Virtual Care at Mass General Brigham and Chair of the Board for the American Telemedicine Association discusses the technology around tele…
 
February 24, 2021: Doctors don’t normally start out trying to become CIO’s. Technology can be intimidating, even to those who’ve trained in it. Join Lee Milligan, Asante Health, Stephanie Lahr, Monument Health and Joel Klein of University of Maryland Medical System have all made the leap from practicing physician to CIO. What was the transition lik…
 
February 22, 2021: Vaccinate. Vaccinate. Vaccinate. Sue Schade from StarBridge Advisors joins Bill to discuss the news. Sue has been monitoring vaccine distribution and sharing it with the community through her blog. UC Health released a must-read COVID-19 mass drive-thru vaccination playbook. Health officials are struggling to gather critical data…
 
February 19, 2021: Whichever way you look at the pandemic, it truly is a fascinating topic. Today we dive into it from a data, information and innovation standpoint with John Brownstein, Epidemiologist, Harvard Professor and Chief Innovation Officer at Boston Children’s Hospital. How can we utilize the data that we have at our fingertips to make be…
 
February 17, 2021: For Epic customers, 2021 presents a unique opportunity to reevaluate current EHR and clinical application infrastructures. Is it time to take advantage of interSystems IRIS? Here to run you through the switch to this latest data management software platform is Marty Momdjian and Josh Peacock from Sirius. We know that moving from …
 
February 15, 2021: Edward Marx, Chief Digital Officer at Tech Mahindra Health & Life Sciences joins Bill for the news today to discuss telehealth, state reimbursement, remote patient monitoring and the emergence of the Chief Digital Officer role. Who is the voice right now? Is it a combined CIO, CDO role or does it require separate skills? No healt…
 
February 12, 2021: Ed Kopetsky, CIO for Stanford Children’s Health joins us. Ed is a CIO of the Year. He is a lifetime achievement award winner. He talks about what distinguishes a great CIO from a good one. The organizing principle during the pandemic is safety and speed. How do you determine what projects to do moving forward? What are the bigges…
 
February 10, 2021: Cybersecurity. Don’t roll your eyes. This is serious stuff. There's stories out there of systems having been breached for over a year before they even know about it. Karl West, former CISO at Intermountain has moved over to Sirius Computer Solutions. He guides us through everything from architecture to governance, from incident r…
 
February 8, 2021: Mari Savickis, Vice President, Public Policy at CHIME joins Bill for the news today to discuss the HIPAA security rule, information blocking, vaccination, cybersecurity and more. What is the talk on the Hill about vaccination? How are we doing so far with logistics? Will we hit Biden’s promise of 100 million vaccinations in the fi…
 
February 5, 2021: Health systems have a lot going on right now. Rolling out constant new technology is a balancing act. How do they put it all together? Are they able to come up for air? Craig Richardville, SVP & Chief Information & Digital Officer for SCL Health fills us in how his system is doing during COVID. How do the highly integrated roles o…
 
February 3, 2021: Artificial intelligence, chatbots, machine learning, remote work, price transparency, leveraging the cloud and 2021 technology priorities. Join today’s conversation with Theresa Meadows, CIO for Cook Children's Healthcare System. Children's hospitals are unique in that their interoperability strategy has to be REALLY good. What do…
 
February 1, 2021: Dr. Sanaz Cordes, Chief Healthcare Advisor at World Wide Technology joins Bill for the news today. What is the number one thing she learned being an entrepreneur? What advice does she give to health tech startups? What's the next frontier for remote patient monitoring? How do we scale teletherapy? What do we learn by putting up qu…
 
January 29, 2021: Do you have an efficient workflow mindset? Do you get excited by the words ontology, hierarchy, indexing and usability? Dirk Stanley, MD CMIO shares his top 15 signs that you may work in clinical informatics. What makes a good clinical informaticist? Have we fine tuned the usability of technology? What kind of impact do the inform…
 
“What are they saying [to others] about their job? That reputation caries out through the community and becomes either a recruiting tool or it becomes something that hurts the reputation of that company.” – Skot Waldron In this wide-ranging episode, Mike and Ethan are joined by leadership and communication coach Skot Waldron. The trio discusses Sko…
 
January 27, 2021: Today’s focus is defense. How do we defend the security of our health systems in a scalable way that works? Dr. Eric Cole, former CIA professional hacker and Founder of Secure Anchor gives us the lay of the land. As companies expand their digital offerings they need ever evolving strategies to safeguard their most critical data. T…
 
January 25, 2021: Today Drex and Bill talk cybersecurity strategies, vaccine distribution and Biden administration predictions for healthcare. The new final rules to Stark Law and AKS regulations include the addition of a new "cybersecurity exception". What does this mean if you’re breached? Will the government cut you some slack? What's the possib…
 
January 22, 2021: Rob DeMichiei, Board Director, Strategic Advisor and Former CFO lends Bill his wisdom and expertise in dissecting the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. What did they hear and what are the implications moving forward? Social determinants of health is a key area of focus and investment. How can this issue be addressed? Who are the ne…
 
January 20, 2021: What are the greatest challenges around securing healthcare information today? How effective can security programs really be? Sumit Sehgal, Former Chief Technical Strategist at McAfee shows us what a good threat modeling exercise looks like and how to get your CISO, CTO and CIO working together on a cohesive strategy. Behavior map…
 
January 18, 2021: Anne Weiler, health tech entrepreneur and advisor to This Week in Health IT joins Bill. Together they hit vaccine distribution, telehealth vs real estate and the vaccine credential initiative. Is it easy to find out how to schedule a vaccine appointment? Do you know when you can schedule it? Are you clear on the efficacy of the va…
 
January 15, 2021: What does a hybrid CIO-CDO role entail? Digital definitions can sometimes elude us. Tom Barnett of Baptist Memorial defines it as meeting the patient where they're at and allowing them to digitally engage for their care in the easiest fashion possible. From the CIO perspective, it’s keeping the core systems, roadmap and strategic …
 
January 13, 2021: Economic issues, societal issues, technology transformation ... 2020 was quite the year. Nancy Ham, CEO of WebPT talks us through the rehab industry’s roller coaster ride. How has this industry been impacted at the various stages of the pandemic? How do you go from 0% tele-rehab visits to 100% in a matter of weeks? What can you do…
 
January 11, 2021: Sue Schade from StarBridge Advisors joins Bill to break down improving virtual care for elders, the unfortunate demise of Haven Healthcare, and the ever changing role of the CIO. Do they need to be Chief Operator and Innovator too? We’ve had a 9 month head start planning the COVID vaccine distribution. Has the rollout already been…
 
January 8, 2021: How has your healthcare system adapted this year? Jeff Sturman, CIO for Memorial Healthcare talks vaccine distribution, one-click telehealth visits, care at home, call centers and social media. Is the silver bullet the vaccine? We have to hope that's the case. How are you going with your planning, testing, piloting and protocols? W…
 
January 6, 2021: There used to be so many tools to fight cyber terrorism and cyber attacks. It was a nightmare. Increased complexity opens the door for human error. What is the industry trying to do around security today? What’s working? What’s not working? David Maddox of Saint Luke's, Tina Thorstenson of CrowdStrike and Vik Nagjee at Sirius discu…
 
January 4, 2021: What are health leaders predicting for 2021? Welcome to a future where the patient, not the site of care is at the center. This is healthcare's Amazon moment. Can you provide a seamless patient experience? Keep up or you could end up out of business. COVID-19 has reshaped our technology culture and policy. What used to take a decad…
 
While most people can agree that healthcare in the United States is ailing, what they can't agree on is the cure. Can our current system be fixed, or does something else need to take its place? Is "Medicare for All" the answer? But what is it? How would it work? On this episode of The Best of Health, we talk with two medical experts to ask them abo…
 
December 31, 2020: With many changes in healthcare, IT has been forced to move or be moved. Our teams and leaders have accomplished impressive achievements throughout the year, recalled by our guests on our Influencers podcast. Hear predictions for 2020, our digital initiatives, and many more accomplishments as we walk through our 10 most watched s…
 
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