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For more healthcare podcasts in patient safety, CDI, revenue integrity, and post-acute, check out the links below:

Patient Safety & Quality Healthcare (PSQH) Podcast

National Association of Healthcare Revenue Integrity (NAHRI) Podcast

Association of Clinical Documentation Integrity Specialists (ACDIS) Podcast

Post-Acute Advisor Podcast

Life is full of opportunities but many of us never know exactly which is the "right" one. However, welcoming and adapting as they come, can often lead to a fulfilling path. In her pursuit of an aviation career, Gerilynn took what she thought was a temporary position at Sharp HealthCare. And while she only meant for this to be a detour in her journey, she soon grew passionate about revenue cycle. Join us as she shares her rise to VP of Revenue Cycle, and how embracing her choices led to solidifying her way of life today.
HealthLeaders Finance Editor Jack O'Brien speaks with Hayley Hovious , president of the Nashville Health Care Council, regarding the top priorities on the minds of healthcare finance leaders as they head into the fall.
HealthLeaders Revenue Cycle Editor Alexandra Pecci speaks with Derek Dudley, senior director of revenue cycle for Memorial Health System in Ohio about why managing the remote revenue cycle depends on data analytics.
Serving as CNO at both domestic and international healthcare organizations, Cathleen says nurse executives possess clinical knowledge, as well day-to-day operations experience and insights that make them extremely equipped to running hospitals. Join us as she explains what is necessary for leaders to move their organizations through COVID-19 and into the future.
Working from home has become the go-to solution in tackling the spread of COVID, while also safely maintaining a workforce. However, this lack of social interaction has led to some unforeseen side effects such as feelings of loneliness, increased anxiety/stress, and even depression. As VP of IT Change Leadership at Optum and as an established advice/career coach, Sarah Richardson has seen these effects on mental health and strives to teach people on how to combat them. Join us as she explains how to establish human connections and retain social bonds within this period of social isolation.
With a lack of resources and limited access to care, undeserved communities and vulnerable populations have been hit hard by coronavirus. Serving on the front lines of the pandemic, Dr. Mani pursues innovative solutions via collaborative community efforts to uphold overall health outcomes. Join us as she explains how she leads her team at LifeBridge to form cross-sector partnerships with community organizations to improve the lives of those affected.
HealthLeaders Finance Editor Jack O'Brien speaks with David Usher , CFO of Edwards County Medical Center in Kinsley, Kansas, about the challenges related to being a rural health provider during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HealthLeaders Revenue Cycle Editor Alexandra Pecci speaks with Jason Greenberg, MD, CEO of Northern California Anesthesia Consultants, about how practices can avoid revenue leakage.
Attaining the rank of captain in the U.S. Army Nurse Corps and being a veteran of Operation Desert Storm, Clements is no stranger to war. With more than 20 years of experience in providing emergency care, strategic planning, and new program development in both tertiary and small specialty hospitals, she has the background to lead her team in the battle against COVID-19. Join us as she discusses how her life experience has helped her adapt and guide her team on the front lines.
Before joining academia, Berrett spent two decades as a hospital CEO for some of the top healthcare systems in the country, including Sharp, Texas Health Resources and HCA. In today's uncertain times, many healthcare organizations need leaders to make definitive choices. Britt continues to urge healthcare leaders to work towards a mindset of collaboration and innovation. While it may not be easy, it is with trust and transparency that will put them on the path to success. Join us, as he explains how he empowers healthcare leaders to build their teams and build for the future.

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