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There is so much information out there – news, opinions, ideas, you name it – but health care leaders just don't have the time to sift through it and figure out what to do. Making sense of it all is how Advisory Board can help. Host and seasoned researcher Rachel Woods talks with industry experts to break down the issues on your mind and offer recommendations on what to do next – each week, in 30 minutes or less.
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It's nurses week, and the past year has been a difficult one for nurses on the front lines of the Covid-19 epidemic to say the least. So how can health care leaders actually support and celebrate their nurses? In this episode, Rae sits down with nursing experts Karl Whitemarsh and Maddie Langr to celebrate nurses week by talking about what health care leaders can do to make nurses truly feel valued and supported, beyond just thanking them. Plus, Rae rounds up the health care news that Advisory Board researchers are keeping an eye on. Links: Nurses Week 2021 3 basic emotional support strategies every hospital should implement 4 ways to build a more flexible nursing workforce Critical Care Nurses’ Physical and Mental Health, Worksite Wellness Support, and Medical Errors | American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Check out the latest research and insights from Advisory Board Executive Insights (Issue 1 | Spring 2021)
In the second episode of Radio Advisory’s open mic, philanthropy expert Nick Cericola shares his thoughts on how hospitals can justify the special privileges they give to top donors while also pursuing health equity. Nick explores the complicated landscape of medical concierge programs and offers his take on whether it is justifiable to boost the experience for a select few if it ultimately broadens the access and quality of care for many others. Links: Hospitals, take heed: It’s getting harder to justify concierge services for top donors Advancing equity for your workforce, patients, and community
The Covid-19 epidemic forced the health care industry to work together in ways it never did before, but with the end of the epidemic now in sight, how can stakeholders in the industry maintain systemness going forward? In this episode, Rae sits down with Dr. Alisahah Cole, system VP of population health innovation and policy at CommonSpirit Health, to talk about how the health system is using systemness to drive its population health efforts. Plus, Rae rounds up the latest on one of the biggest questions our researchers are keeping an eye on—when will the pandemic end? Links: The 2021 playbook: How to achieve durable 'systemness' - through Covid-19 and beyond Two no-regrets population health initiatives Population Health Resource Library Is America's coronavirus future 'good,' 'bad,' or 'ugly'? It's all three.
In the first episode of Radio Advisory’s open mic, telehealth expert John League shares his thoughts on the industry’s progress (or lack of progress) in making telehealth work for all stakeholders. He explores the compromises that health plans, providers, and even patients will need to make if we—all of us—are going to get what we want and need from virtual care. Links: An open letter to telehealth patients: How the health system can avoid letting you down How to advance telehealth with evidence—not assumptions
The Covid-19 epidemic has led to a rapid expansion in the digital health space, but how many of those innovations will stick around after the epidemic is over? In this episode, Rae sits down with Warner Thomas, president and CEO of Ochsner Health, to talk about the future of digital health and how Ochsner has been investing in the space. Plus, strategy expert Colin Gelbaugh recaps what we’ve learned about volumes in the first quarter of 2021 and offers his predictions for what’s to come for the rest of the year. Links: Ochsner Digital Medicine innovationOchsner (iO) The 3 hardest questions about telehealth (that even industry leaders can't answer) 7 worthwhile digital front door investments Innovation at scale: 3 essentials to dispel the hype and realize the potential
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
A year ago, a number of predictions were being made about how the Covid-19 pandemic would affect the physician landscape in the United States. In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Sarah Hostetter and Daniel Kuzmanovich to look back at those predictions and see what has changed in the physician landscape over the past year and what hasn't. Links: 7 things I’ve learned since launching a podcast during a pandemic What's on physician executives' minds for 2021? Recovery: It's time for the physician workforce to heal What does recovery look like? Addressing physician burnout in 2021
Since the start of the Covid-19 epidemic in the United States, many have tried to compare the economic fallout from the epidemic to previous crises of the past, especially the 2008-2009 recession. In this episode Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Yulan Egan and Christopher Kerns to talk about why you shouldn't use the 2008-2009 recession as a proxy for the challenges we faced and will continue to face in the wake of Covid-19, and why we need to throw out the recession playbook entirely. Links: We predicted big cuts to Medicaid payments after Covid-19. Here's why we've changed our minds. Projecting volume recovery through H1 of 2021
Women make up a large portion of the health care industry overall, but generally, few women and women of color end up in senior leadership positions. In this episode of Radio Advisory, Rae sits down with Erickajoy Daniels, SVP and chief diversity equity and inclusion officer at Advocate Aurora, to discuss how organizations can solve that problem through robust programs, deeply embedded strategies, and an organization-wide commitment to purpose. Links: Advocate Aurora's 2020 DE&I Impact report 3 ways executives can build a culture that supports diversity and inclusion Women make up just 3% of health care CEOs. Here are 4 ways to fix that 'woefully inadequate' number. 10 takeaways: How to build a racially diverse workforce
The Covid-19 epidemic has had a massive effect on the way the health care industry provides care, with a particular spotlight on the potential of at-home care. In this episode, Rae sits down with Travis Messina, co-founder and CEO of Contessa, to discuss why he believes at-home care can be beneficial not only to patients, but to hospitals as well, and how Contessa has helped hospitals in the wake of the Covid-19 epidemic. Links: Newsroom - Contessa Health Blog Archives - Contessa Health How Markham Hospital reduced avoidable admissions by providing care to patients at home
Providing equitable health care in America has been a problem health leaders have been tackling for years, and that problem has gotten even harder amid the Covid-19 vaccination push and the vaccine "hunters," "shoppers," and "avoiders" skewing who shows up to get a vaccine. In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Brandi Greenberg to talk about where Covid-19 vaccine progress stands in the United States currently and what strategies health leaders can use to distribute vaccines more equitably. Plus, Rae rounds up the health care news that Advisory Board researchers are keeping an eye on. Links: Are you a vaccine 'hunter,' 'shopper,' or 'avoider'? These 3 emerging groups are making it hard to vaccinate equitably. Covid-19 Vaccine Communications Readiness Assessment Why so many Black patients distrust Covid-19 vaccines (and 3 ways to rebuild their trust) Ep. 62: How Parkland is vaccinating Dallas County—and reducing health inequity
There have always been health inequities in certain communities, but the Covid-19 epidemic has exacerbated many of them and brought them to the forefront of the public's mind over the past year. In this episode, Rae sits down with Fred Cerise, CEO of Parkland Health and Hospital System, and Steve Miff, president and CEO of Parkland's Center for Clinical Innovation, to talk about why the health system stepped in to address inequities in Covid-19 vaccinations and how they're doing it. At the end of this episode, Rae talks to Solomon Banjo about what Parkland does well, where they could push further, and offer his advice to organizations at the beginning of their equity journey. Links: Delivering Covid-19 Vaccines by Building Community Trust When a Texas County Tried to Ensure Racial Equity in COVID-19 Vaccinations, It Didn't Go as Planned Why so many Black patients distrust Covid-19 vaccines (and 3 ways to rebuild their trust) To learn more about the history of medical experimentation on Black Americans and its present-day effects, we highly recommend Medical Apartheid by Harriet A. Washington. Rae and Solomon are reading it now!
The Covid-19 epidemic has put a nearly inconceivable amount of stress on the health care workforce over the past year, so how do health care leaders help develop a culture of resilience among their staff? In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Katherine Virkstis and Anne Herleth to talk about what resilience actually means and how providers should change their approach to resilience amid the Covid-19 epidemic. At the end of this episode, Rae asks leadership expert Craig Pirner to go deeper on the role all leaders should play in enabling a culture of resilience. Links: Three strategies to build baseline emotional support How to provide emotional supports for your workforce Picklist of emotional support options Cracks in the Foundation of the Care Environment Undermine Nurse Resilience | JONA: Journal of Nursing Administration
When Amazon, JPMorgan Chase, and Berkshire Hathaway in 2018 announced they would form a joint venture called Haven, it sent ripples throughout the health care industry at the thought of how those three companies could disrupt the health care space. Now, three years later, the venture has shut down, but what can health care leaders learn from the rise and fall of Haven? In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Andrew Rebhan to discuss exactly that, among other topics like why big tech is even trying to get into the health care space in the first place. Links: Was Haven just 'too big to succeed'? After years of hype, IBM wants to sell Watson Health. What does that mean for health AI? Our take: What Google's $100M investment in Amwell means for virtual care Weekly line: Big Tech is driving even deeper into health care amid Covid-19 Is 'Big Retail' the next big health care disruptor? Around the nation: How AMA wants Big Tech to fight vaccine misinformation For resources on what to expect under the Biden-Harris administration, visit advisory.com/BidenHarris. Stay connected with Advisory Board and our experts by following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
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 Stay connected with Advisory Board and our experts by following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
The Democratic party now has a unified government, with a Democratic president and a majority in the House and the Senate—so what does that mean for the future of health care policy? In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Rob Lazerow and Ben Umansky to talk about what big changes in health care policy could occur in a unified government, how those changes could happen, and what you need to do to prepare. Plus, Rae rounds up the health care news that Advisory Board researchers are keeping an eye on. Links: Democrats take the Senate. What does it mean for health care? The Biden-Harris Era: What's next for health care? 5 predictions for President Biden's first 100 days Stay connected with Advisory Board and our experts by following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
Hospitals and health systems took major hits in volume in 2020 in the wake of the Covid-19 epidemic, so what will volumes look like in 2021? In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Colin Gelbaugh to talk about the volume outlook for 2021 and how health care leaders can shape that outlook from inpatient admissions to outpatient surgery. Plus, Rae rounds up the health care news that Advisory Board researchers are keeping an eye on. Links: Projecting volume recovery through H1 of 2021 Stay connected with Advisory Board and our experts by following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
The rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine has been difficult not just in the United States, but worldwide, with many different countries facing common obstacles. In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Brandi Greenberg and Paul Trigonoplos to discuss what obstacles countries are facing in their vaccine rollout and how health leaders can take a more active role in solving some of these challenges. Links: Our Global and US vaccine scenario planning guides Why Israel’s Vaccine Success Might be Hard to Replicate Duke University’s international Covid-19 vaccine Launch and Scale database How to Nudge People to accept a covid-19 vaccine How West Virginia Became a U.S. Leader in Vaccine Rollout For resources on what to expect under the Biden-Harris administration, visit advisory.com/BidenHarris. Stay connected with Advisory Board and our experts by following us on Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter.
As Covid-19 cases continue to surge nationwide, it has never been more important to control this virus and distribute vaccines. This will be a top priority for the Biden administration, and his team is moving quickly to adopt new strategies (and new funding) for combating this disease. In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns and Yulan Egan to talk about Biden's plan for combating Covid-19, and how his plan differs from the Trump administration's moves since the start of the crisis. Links: What's inside Biden's $1.9T emergency Covid-19 relief package (Recorded on Friday, January 15, 2021) Got a question for us, or want us to cover a certain topic? Let us know at podcasts@advisory.com.
With the results of the Georgia runoff election for Senate in, the Democrats now have a majority in the Senate. So what does that mean for the incoming Biden administration's health care agenda? In this episode, Rae sits down with Advisory Board's Christopher Kerns to talk about what the new Democratic majority in the Senate means for health care legislation going forward, and what kinds of legislation might pass over the next two years. Links: Democrats take the Senate. What does it mean for health care? What Biden's victory means for health care Got a question for us, or want us to cover a certain topic? Let us know at podcasts@advisory.com.
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