HealthLeaders editor Melanie Blackman is joined by Maxine Carrington, the Chief People Officer at Northwell Health. Maxine, who joined Northwell in 2008 as a manager of labor relations, has worked in...
HealthLeaders Senior Editor Eric Wicklund talks with Melissa Topp, MSN-RN, executive director of care management for the Providence Health Plan, about their 'Food as Medicine' program, which tackles food insecurity and has the potential to make a significant impact on chronic care management and behavioral health outcomes.
HealthLeaders payer and finance editor Jay Asser is joined by Bill Ringwood, associate principal with Vizient and Sg2, and Tawnya Bosko, senior principal for Vizient and Sg2, to discuss how providers can prepare for increased levels of Medicare Advantage in their market. Ringwood and Bosko identify trends in the private program and share how Vizient and Sg2 are well positioned to help organizations in their approach.
In this episode, HealthLeaders speaks with Kristen Noles, performance improvement manager with the University of South Alabama Health System about University Hospital's participation in a grant funded pilot program to reduce nursing staff's stressors to avoid burnout.
HealthLeaders editor Melanie Blackman is joined by Kasey Paulus, MBA, RN, CENP, senior vice president and chief nursing executive for WellSpan Health. During the conversation, Kasey details her career journey from bedside nurse to executive leader and ways that WellSpan is innovating and challenging the status quo of nursing, and also shares advice for nurses and future leaders.
HealthLeaders Innovation and Technology Editor Eric Wicklund talks with Dr. Deanna Willis, a physician and professor at the Indiana University School of Medicine, about new technologies and treatments being used in Alzheimer's care management.
Stacy Taylor, CFO at Nemaha County Hospital, chats with Associate Content Manager Amanda Norris about innovative ways Nemaha County Hospital has worked to optimize its workforce, provide revenue cycle education, and ensure financial stability as a small, critical access hospital.
Interwell Health CEO Bobby Sepucha joins HealthLeaders editor Jay Asser in this week's episode to share how the physician-centered organization is utilizing value-based care to set the standard in kidney care. Sepucha also discusses Interwell Health's strategic partnerships, the future of value-based care, and the operational challenges he deals with at the helm of the company.