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There have been plenty of headlines sounding the alarm over a physician shortage, but how valid are those concerns? In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Daniel Kuzmanovich and Sebastian Beckmann to talk about the existence of a physician shortage and the solutions health care leaders can take to prevent one. Links: How to prevent a primary care shortage The Medical Group Leader’s EMR Optimization Playbook Ep. 96 Why the headlines are wrong about physician shortages Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.
Regardless of moral, religious, or ethical opinion, abortion is a health care procedure, and changes to the accessibility and legality of that procedure will have implications nationwide. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Rebecca Willman, membership director of Abortion Care Network, to talk about the clinical and operational ramifications the leaked draft opinion in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization that would potentially overturn Roe v. Wade. Links: Roe v. Wade's future is unclear. Are you ready to answer these questions? Ep. 91: We need to talk about maternal health in America Abortion Care Network M+A Hotline Repro Legal Helpline Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.
It's Nurses Month, which means there are a lot of conversations being had right now about the nursing profession, and most of them involve the word crisis. In this episode, Rachel Woods has a different type of conversation about nursing and sits down with Advisory Board's Carol Boston-Fleischhauer and Lauren Rewers to talk about how health care leaders can bring joy back to nursing. Links: View our Nurses Month resources and landing page Ep. 108 Supporting RNs by changing the structure of nursing Ep. 45 Practice medicine or parent?: A workforce in crisis Our Clinical Workforce playlist Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.
The life sciences part of health care isn't just drugmakers and medical device companies—data and evidence coming from life sciences is critical to the entire health care ecosystem. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Solomon Banjo and Pam Divack, and SVP of Optum Life Sciences Lou Brooks, to talk about the evolving role of evidence and how evidence impacts all parts of the health care ecosystem. Links: What is changing life sciences market dynamics in 2022? [Webinar] The evolving market for real-world evidence The top customer trends that life sciences leaders need to know about in 2022 To explore Advisory Board's latest thinking on the future of value-based care, visit advisory.com/VBC. Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.
Value-based care and risk-based payment are two things on the forefront of everyone's mind in the health care industry, but is the industry read to move forward towards meaningful risk? In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Daniel Kuzmanovich and Clare Wirth to talk about what it will take for the health care industry to move towards meaningful risk, the biggest concerns leaders have about risk, and how one executive took action towards meaningful risk at her organization. Links: What your peers said it would take to get to meaningful risk How your peers are committing to advancing value-based care To explore Advisory Board's latest thinking on the future of value-based care, visit advisory.com/VBC. Visit advisory.com/seniors for Advisory Board’s latest research on how to build a better health care model for America’s aging population.
There's a lot of buzz about digital health right now, with many organizations wanting to get their piece of the digital health pie, but what is the end goal of digital transformation? In this episode, host Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's John League to talk about what digital health actually means and what the goals behind it are. Links: 2 things my dad taught me about digital health—and one thing he couldn't Is health care really that behind with digital transformation? How internet access impacts health outcomes Visit advisory.com/seniors for Advisory Board’s latest research on how to build a better health care model for America’s aging population.
The crisis phase of the pandemic is starting to wane, giving the health care industry time to reflect and think about the lessons learned from the pandemic. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Dr. Kavita Patel, former director of policy in the Obama administration and advisor to Stop the Spread, to discuss what lessons Covid-19 has taught the health care industry and how the industry can apply those lessons to other health care challenges. Links: Stop the Spread's website with downloadable resources Visit advisory.com/seniors for Advisory Board’s latest research on how to build a better health care model for America’s aging population.
Advisory Board has been tracking site-of-care shifts in the health care industry for many years, but it's important to remember those changes aren't just happening in the United States, but worldwide. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Colin Gelbaugh and Paul Trigonoplos to talk about how site-of-care shift trends are changing worldwide and why those shifts are happening. Links: 5 key takeaways from Advisory Board's site-of-care shift summit Site-of-care shifts poised to impact providers Services at risk of shifting from the hospital setting Global insights on shifting the site of care Visit advisory.com/seniors for Advisory Board’s latest research on how to build a better health care model for America’s aging population.
As the baby boomer generation has aged, how providers approach senior care has changed, and the Covid-19 pandemic has altered that approach even further. In this episode, Christopher Kerns sits down with Advisory Board's Yulan Egan to talk about how senior care has changed as a result of shifting demographics, politics, and the Covid-19 pandemic. Links: People want to 'age in place.' Why is the opportunity so rare? Are we failing America’s seniors? Here’s what industry executives have to say. Visit advisory.com/seniors for guidance on how health care leaders can collaborate to meaningfully improve how we care for older adults.
As we enter year three of the battle against Covid-19, the nursing workforce is in a dire state. But there is something health leaders can do. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Monica Westhead and Carol Boston-Fleischhauer to discuss what health leaders can do to support their nurses and why changing the structure of nursing is essential. Links: The nursing shortage, discussed: A conversation with Advisory Board's top nursing experts 6 hard truths about the nursing shortage the entire C-Suite needs to know Hard truths on the current and future state of the nursing workforce Staff turnover: 4 key takeaways from Advisory Board's survey of 224 hospitals
It’s been more than a year since President Biden took office–and now—we’ve heard the President’s first State of the Union address. In this episode, Rachel (Rae) Woods invites health care expert Christopher Kerns to share the policies we’re watching in 2022. Together, they explore the health care priorities that are ripe for congressional or regulatory action and discuss some of the cases pending in the courts that could have significant implications for the industry. Links: The 3 biggest health care moments from Biden's State of the Union Health policy topics to watch in 2022 [Webinar recording] Stay Up to Date: Health policies to watch in 2022
At the start of the Covid-19 pandemic two years ago, many health experts were making predictions about what the future may hold, including Advisory Board's experts. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns and Amanda Berra to discuss what we got right, what we got wrong, and some of the most surprising ways the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the health care industry. Links: 11 surprising ways the pandemic changed health care, according to Advisory Board experts Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.
Understanding value and value-based care is one of the biggest issues facing the health care industry today. In this episode, host Christopher Kerns sits down with Advisory Board's Solomon Banjo and Katie Schmalkuche to discuss what we learned when we convened senior decision makers from across the industry. Leaders from pharma, med device, health systems, physician groups, employers, tech companies, and more came together to discuss what value means for their sector of the industry and unpack why different stakeholders struggle to agree on what value-based care means. Links: [Key Takeaways] 2021 Cross-Industry Value Summit How Patient Voice Should Ripple Through the Health Care Ecosystem Harnessing EHR networks to demonstrate value New plan strategies to assess drug value Ep. 97: How technology will impact health care over the next decade To explore Advisory Board's latest thinking on the future of value-based care, visit advisory.com/VBC.
The physician landscape is constantly changing, and now there are more partners than ever before. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Eliza Dailey to talk about the changing physician landscape and why you should be talking about "physician partnership" rather than "alignment." Links: What independent physicians do (and don't) want from potential partners 3 common myths about physician partnership, busted Is your physician partnership actually strategic? Here are 4 ways to tell. 6 things to know for better physician partnerships in 2022 Ep. 101: Redefining the physician landscape Pick an alignment model to support your goals Innovative partnerships between hospitals and independent physician groups
Addressing the social determinants of health and health equity in a community may be one of the biggest challenges for health care organizations. In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Darby Sullivan and Solomon Banjo to talk about why organizations have trouble with health equity and what they can do to be more equitable. Links: The CEO’s Role in Advancing Health Equity 3 pillars of an equitable health care organization Five ways health equity supports your business priorities—beyond financial ROI Stay Up to Date: Action steps for a new equitable future Ep. 88: RWJBarnabas Health's approach to equity: "We tore up the mission statement" Health Equity topic page
One of the most commonly-asked questions of health care experts is—which country has the best health care system? In this episode, host Christopher Kerns sits down with Advisory Board's Vidal Seegobin to try and answer that question by looking at how different countries around the world have handled the Covid-19 pandemic and what that says about the quality of their health care system. Links: Covid-19 tested national health systems—and they responded largely as designed What America can learn from 7 countries battling omicron Should vaccination strategy switch from carrots to sticks?
The physician landscape has changed a lot, especially over the past couple of years. In this episode, host Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Sarah Hostetter and Prianca Pai to get a look at what the physician landscape looks like right now and offer a new way to view physicians. Links: We've been defining the independent physician landscape wrong—here's a new approach The who's who of physician group funders: 3 key relationships to watch [Webinar, Feb. 22] The physician landscape, redefined Physicians want partners, not bosses AMA has a headline-grabbing number about physician practices. (But be wary of misinterpreting it.)
Episode 81 was originally released on June 29, 2021. As we come towards the end of the Covid-19 pandemic, it's time to start looking at how the pandemic, alongside other big market forces, will shape health care in the future. In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Nick Cericola to talk about how changing demographics could affect the health care industry in the next 10 years—and why younger generations have the potential to change health care in the most surprising ways. Links: Dispatches from the future The population aged, as expected, but it was the aging of young people that changed health care in the most surprising ways.
Episode 68 was originally released on April 20, 2021. Much has been said about the behavioral health crisis lurking in the background behind the Covid-19 epidemic, but much of that talk has been regarding behavioral health in adults, despite the fact the issue is significantly worse among children. In this episode, Rae sits down with a team from Seattle Children's—Ginger Hines, executive director, Sheryl Morelli, medical director and CMO, and Larry Wissow, chair of pediatric psychology and behavioral medicine, to talk about the behavioral health issues children are facing in the wake of the Covid-19 epidemic. Links: A year into the pandemic, here’s how behavioral health care is changing—for the worse and for the better How 2 major hospitals teamed up—and raised $6.4M for behavioral health Collaborative Care Model Tele-behavioral Health Integrated Behavioral Health Implementation Toolkit Mental Health–Related Emergency Department Visits Among Children Aged <18 Years During the COVID-19 Pandemic | CDC.gov
Episode 59 was originally released on February 16, 2021. Much of the United States has been working from home either full-time or part-time since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic leading many companies to change their policies on telework going forward. In this episode of Radio Advisory, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Serena Bernthal-Jones and Rachel Zuckerman to discuss how the Covid-19 epidemic has changed perspectives on telework and how managers can still keep their staff engaged while working from home. Plus, Rae rounds up the health care news that Advisory Board researchers are keeping an eye on. Links: 4 simple tactics to improve your virtual meetings Manager's guide to leading remotely through Covid-19 Sharpen your remote management skills Tips to make telework work for your team 4 ways to help staff who are struggling to work from home How to keep your team engaged and productive from home
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