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A practical podcast on the business of healthcare w/ hosts Don Lee and Shahid Shah. The premise behind #HCBiz is that we can't "just innovate". Sure, you may have a great idea, an all-star team and execute flawlessly, but if you don't understand the complex dynamics of the healthcare business you'll never get traction. We'll identify the issues that impede change, explain why they exist and find ways to work with them, through them, or around them. In short, we'll help you create space for i ...
 
Blockchain technology is transformative, disruptive and has the potential to redefine business and propel humanity into the decentralized future. It is also complex, confusing, and only fully understood by a tiny subset of the world’s population. In this podcast, hosts Ben Arnon and Jay Kolbe speak with leading experts - both within and outside of the blockchain industry - who will help make sense of this emerging technology. Conversations focus on tangible examples of blockchain’s impact on ...
 
Welcome to the Gossip About Gossip Podcast! Join us to learn about the future of distributed ledger technology #DLT and how it will impact you or your industry. Paul Madsen and our rotating hosts will guide you through the business, technical and practical aspects of this exciting industry, sharing different perspectives and interviewing key leaders in the field. We'll focus on providing entrepreneurs, developers, crypto enthusiasts and those interested in learning more about the field with ...
 
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Picking a health plan can be the biggest crapshoot of anyone’s year. It’s confusing and tedious to compare the plan benefits, the provider directories are unreliable, and even if you can figure it out, there’s no way to know how much you’ll pay for a given service from one plan to the next. So, we cross our fingers, pick the one that seems like a f…
 
What is the role of a doctor at a digital health startup? Why are they needed? What jobs will they do? How do you find one? And how can you tell if they will be a fit for your team? If you’re a doctor considering this move, you may have similar questions in reverse. What will it be like to be a “digital doctor”? How can I find opportunities? What n…
 
Machine Learning in healthcare (and Artificial Intelligence in the broader sense) is real and is being used today. The problem is, it’s difficult to sort out what’s real and what’s hype. Opinions on the matter range from “it’s all hype and BS” to “AI is revolutionizing healthcare and replacing doctors”. The truth, of course, lies somewhere in betwe…
 
Direct Contracting is a new model from the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Innovation (CMMI, or the CMS Innovation Center) aimed at reducing expenditures and preserving or enhancing quality of care for beneficiaries in Medicare fee-for-service (FFS). At a minimum, it’s an opportunity for providers to change the way they care for Medicare FFS patient…
 
As of 2015 the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT had awarded $548 million in grants to states to establish health information exchanges (HIE). I have no doubt hundreds of millions of dollars more have been invested in various ways since then. So, when faced with one of the most daunting healthcare data challenges of our time in the C…
 
Hedera Co-founders, Dr. Leemon Baird, and Mance Harmon, join SVP of Communications, Zenobia Godschalk, and answer questions directly from the community in our ninth Town Hall. Leemon addresses transaction prices on the Hedera Hashgraph mainnet, we answer if Hedera Hashgraph a good fit for CBDC creation and much more!…
 
Listen to the latest episode of Gossip about Gossip to learn more about one of the longest-standing teams building on Hedera, Ledgerama. Through their newest product, WallaWallet, they provide a flexible and secure option to store and transfer HBAR. You’ll also be able to gain some insight into what may be coming from their team in the future, and …
 
CMS Direct Contracting is coming fast, is very nuanced, and full of grey. In a nutshell, 50% of Medicare patients are in Medicare Advantage (i.e., value-based care) and 50% are still Medicare fee-for-service (FFS). Direct Contracting is CMS’ bold play to quickly move many of the remaining Medicare fee-for-service (FFS) patients into value-based car…
 
The pandemic has exposed many weaknesses in our healthcare and public health systems, and our disjointed public health data infrastructure is certainly one of them. Like much of our healthcare data, public health data tends to be manually compiled, Excel-reliant, and lacking in critical detail needed to make good decisions. Today we talk with Prash…
 
The pandemic has had a tremendous impact on the business of healthcare. With states canceling elective procedures and people deferring care for fear of being exposed to the virus, hospital and medical practice revenue is down. On the flip side, many health plans are sitting on a mountain of premiums that aren’t being spent because of this deferred …
 
The CMS Patient Access Rules are coming. And they’re easy to cheer for. We’re giving patients their data and that’s a huge win! We all love that! But what we don’t love is when FraudulentHealthcareApp.com collects patient data and sells it to the highest bidder to support targeted marketing, or whatever other nefarious act they can come up with. We…
 
Learn about Wipro’s participation in the Hedera Governing Council. In this episode Varun Dube, Global Head of Blockchain Practice at Wipro, shares thoughts on becoming a Hedera Council member with Hedera Product Marketer Brady Gentile. Varun explains Wipro’s reasons for joining, committee participation, applications being built for Wipro and their …
 
This podcast features the Selling to Health Plans panel discussion at the Digital Health Growth Summit, moderated by our very own Shahid Shah, with panelists Vijay Bhatt, Deputy CTO, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, and Bill Friedman, Vice President of Sales, Zipari. The panel covers some of the most important digital health technologies that health pl…
 
In this episode, Alex Taylor, Founder of KPAY, discusses his experience working in various enterprise IT roles and eventually stumbling upon Hedera Hashgraph. Throughout his participation in one of Hedera’s hackathons, Alex ended up building KPAY – one of the easiest to use micropayments tools available today. Simply sign up, add in a link, and sta…
 
The business of healthcare is consensus-driven and permissions-based. As we’ve seen time and again on this show, this culture slows innovation, stretches sales cycles, and inspires institution-first thinking. Ultimately, it’s responsible for the high costs and lousy user-experiences we’re all trying to fix. What if healthcare went from a culture of…
 
Many digital health startups rely on sales prospecting to generate new leads. That works to a point but doesn’t scale because each deal takes a long time, and good healthcare salespeople are hard to find. Today we’re talking with Bryan Loomis, a Digital Health Growth expert and mentor, about how to design, build and execute a growth plan that gener…
 
In this episode Jordan Fried, SVP Business Development, and Christian Hasker, CMO, reflect on the past three years of Hedera Hashgraph, and take a trip down memory lane. Jordan looks ahead to what’s next for him, as he starts a new chapter. Listen to this podcast to hear Jordan's experience first learning of the hashgraph consensus algorithm and th…
 
Hedera Co-founders, Dr. Leemon Baird, and Mance Harmon, join SVP of Communications, Zenobia Godschalk, and answer questions directly from the community in our eighth Town Hall. Topics ranged from the possibility of using a DLT to vote on the U.S. presidential election, the Hedera Token Service, their favorite horror movies, and much more!…
 
Get ready for a cold dose of reality. On this episode, we’re talking with Neil Carpenter, VP of Strategic Planning at Array Advisors and former health system Chief Strategy Officer, about how health systems think. This behind the scenes look at health system strategy, decision-making, and purchasing tells you much of what you need to know as a star…
 
For many healthcare startups and established vendors, partnering with payers is a crucial part of their business plan. And as we know, selling in healthcare is hard. It’s even harder when you don’t understand how these large corporations work. What do they want? How do they set priorities? How do they make purchasing decisions? How long does that p…
 
There’s a lot of talk about addressing physician burnout, but little practical advice about what to do. The path to action lies first in understanding the many sources of burnout, and then separating them into those that we can impact, and those we cannot. There’s a class of burnout factors that are intrinsic to being a physician. Simply put, it’s …
 
Many private organizations have stepped up to provide support as we deal with the pandemic. Surescripts, for their part, repurposed clinical direct messaging infrastructure to help health systems communicate critical information from the frontlines to federal agencies. It’s a great story of a private organization rapidly transitioning to fill a nee…
 
Hedera Co-founders, Dr. Leemon Baird, and Mance Harmon, join SVP of Communications, Zenobia Godschalk, and answer questions directly from the community in our seventh Town Hall. Topics ranged from Leemon's thoughts on shared worlds in VR & AR, how appnets work, as well as what it means for Hedera to be regulatory compliant. (Recorded Oct 21, 2020)…
 
In this episode of Gossip about Gossip, Hedera's Developer Evangelist Cooper Kunz is joined by Michael Lewellen, the CEO and Co-founder of Tarski Technologies. Michael has years of experience in the blockchain industry, from mining Bitcoin, to doing enterprise consulting with some of the largest companies in the world. Tarski Technologies has exper…
 
It may seem cliché to say payers need to be more like Amazon, but the analogy provides fundamental, and surprisingly actionable insights for the health insurance industry. Think about your experience with Amazon (or Google or Zappos, or any other organization that provides a phenomenal customer experience). Whether they're helping you find the righ…
 
In this episode of Gossip about Gossip, Hedera's Developer Evangelist Cooper Kunz is joined by Tim Berglund, the Sr. Director of Developer Advocacy at Confluent. Tim’s experience in the technology industry spans decades, from writing firmware to some of the early days at GitHub, currently leading outreach and training at the multibillion-dollar ent…
 
New technologies push a high school student to overcome imposter syndrome by programming and developing in the DLT crypto space. Advancements towards Web 3.0, like distributed ledger technology Hedera Hashgraph, have many experts looking at which DAPP will fully realize the resiliency of a decentralized network. In this Gossip About Gossip podcast …
 
On this episode, we discuss the HealthIMPACT Fall Forum coming up September 30th – October 2nd, 2020. Shahid Shah, our co-host and the HealthIMPACT Forum Chair, tells us it’s a “No BS and No PowerPoint” event that’s intended to be more of a conversation than a series of presentations. The goal is to get healthcare leaders together and facilitate a …
 
Hedera Co-founders, Dr. Leemon Baird and Mance Harmon, join SVP of Communications, Zenobia Godschalk, and answer questions directly from the community in our sixth Town Hall. Topics ranged from how we got in contact with Deepak Chopra for the Never Alone initiative, did Hedera consider a non-profit business model, as well as Mance and Leemon's thou…
 
On this episode we talk with Dr. Vivian Lee about her new book, The Long Fix: Solving America’s Health Care Crisis with Strategies that Work for Everyone. Dr. Lee offers a fresh perspective that will strengthen your understanding of the issues facing America’s healthcare system. And while she acknowledges that our government must play a substantial…
 
Patient Centricity is a buzzword that’s easy to throw around, but difficult to realize. The notion itself is straightforward… build your product or service around the patient who it is intended to help. Talk with them. Incorporate their input. Understand their needs, desires, and goals. It’s so straight-forward that today’s guest tells us this is n…
 
Smart cities and IoT projects will be made possible with financial innovations achieved in the payments industry. Self-sovereign identity and digital identity verification are made possible with recent advancements in payment technology. Launched in the 1980s, eftpos introduced a fast, simple, and secure payment system, which was rapidly embraced b…
 
Hedera Co-founders, Dr. Leemon Baird, and Mance Harmon, join SVP of Communications, Zenobia Godschalk, and answer questions directly from the community in our fifth Town Hall. Topics ranged from Mance and Leemon's vision for the future, what the last thing the Governing Council voted on, how Hedera can be used for supply chain tracking, and more. T…
 
Payers already face a formidable challenge when it comes to internal data management. After years of consolidation in the industry, many payers have a collection of legacy systems cobbled together to run their operations. This makes data management difficult for things like claims, provider directories, and member demographics. And those are just “…
 
Farmers deal with various pests during growing seasons. Currently, there isn’t a public database for pest data to be uploaded and presented. The lack of available data makes it difficult for these growers to know what pests to expect and when they should start treatment. Treatment at the wrong time affects our food crops as well as the environment.…
 
Hedera Co-founders, Dr. Leemon Baird and Mance Harmon, join SVP of Corporate Communications, Zenobia Godschalk, and answer questions directly from the community in our fourth Community Town Hall. Topics range from what is Hedera’s "why", the Hedera Wallet, why a Governing Council of 39 members, and more. The community continues to enjoy asking fun …
 
In a growing crowd of national health information networks, eHealth Exchange is one of the oldest and most connected in the U.S.. Notably, they are the primary way healthcare organizations connect with federal agencies such as the Social Security Administration (SSA), Department of Defense (DOD), and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). In addi…
 
Acts of kindness and charitable donations receive a massive boost as distributed ledger technology offers transparency, micropayments, and a decentralized internet. New blockchain applications are being created continually and here we present a socially responsible business in this Gossip About Gossip episode. Hedera’s Paul Madsen and Cooper Kunz a…
 
Blockchain technology won’t replace the need for databases; however, it will strengthen cybersecurity by introducing a layer of trust that mitigates internal threats, malware, and other concerns. In this Gossip About Gossip episode, Hedera’s Paul Madsen and Cooper Kunz are joined by Guy Harrison. Guy is CTO of ProvenDB, a database professional, and…
 
Everything you’re trying to accomplish comes down to one thing… getting people to do stuff. Behavioral economics, in its simplest terms, is the study of how and why people decide to do what they do (or don’t do). Whether you’re trying to sell, get users to adopt a new system or workflow, or make your staff feel comfortable coming back to work durin…
 
When will data breaches be a thing of the past? How do we protect our personally identifiable information? How will CCPA, GDPR, and future regulations reinforce data protection and data privacy? These questions and more are addressed by Hedera’s Paul Madsen in this Gossip About Gossip episode with Manetu’s Product Strategist Terry Keene and Strateg…
 
Public health vs. the economy is a dangerously false dichotomy. We can protect our people AND get back to work if we accept reality and embrace science. You already know you should wear a mask, wash your hands, and practice social distancing. As we begin to go back to work and spend time with our extended families and friends, Remote Patient Monito…
 
What is MVD and how can you manage decentralization without going too far? Join Hedera’s Cooper Kunz in this Gossip About Gossip episode with Amazon’s Alexa Software Developer Summer Intern, Tune.fm’s Hashgraph Implementation Consultant and Lead Developer, and Bluesky’s volunteer researcher, Rahul Kothari. From the Software Developer perspective, R…
 
Michael Ackerman, director of the Master in Healthcare Innovation Program at The Ohio State University, believes that every innovation program must do three things in tandem: Innovation – filling gaps where no solution currently exists, in a way that adds value Renovation – quality improvement and process improvement Exnovation – removing functions…
 
Hedera Co-founders, Dr. Leemon Baird and Mance Harmon, join SVP of Communications, Zenobia Godschalk, and answer questions directly from the community in our third Town Hall. Topics range from the Zain Group and future Council recruitment, addressing rumored Hedera layoffs, plans for future events and more. This month's fun questions also didn't di…
 
The COVID-19 crisis has presented marketers with quite a challenge. Customers don't want to be sold to and no one wants to spend money. In fact, traditional marketing has been paused for fear of coming off as insensitive and out of touch. But that doesn't mean you stop. You just do it differently. The pandemic is driving marketers back to the funda…
 
Get ready to turn your calculator sideways. Join Hedera’s Paul Madsen and Cooper Kunz in this Gossip About Gossip episode with Jay Johnson, CTO of The Coupon Bureau. Jay shines a light on the overwhelming fraud surrounding the transparency, and accountability when using 350 billion coupons per year. The Coupon Bureau is addressing how coupons are s…
 
The COVID-19 crisis and the resulting lock-downs across the world forced many organizations to go virtual in an instant. Some of them had sound Business Continuity (BC) and Disaster Recovery (DR) plans in place. And while they were still interrupted, they were able to move quickly and keep their people working. Others were caught off-guard and are …
 
We’ve talked a lot about the importance of addressing social determinants of health (SDOH) in healthcare, and why it may be the most critical factor when it comes to lowering costs and improving outcomes… especially for vulnerable communities. For me, there is zero doubt that this is what needs to happen. However, we’ve seen very few programs that …
 
Health Systems are being asked to make changes in 2 months that would have otherwise taken years. As some business lines come screeching to a halt, others have sped to a breakneck pace. Prioritizing problems to solve and finding novel solutions have never been more essential. Here today to teach us how innovation is done at Geisinger Health is Kare…
 
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