HealthLeaders Innovation and Technology Editor Eric Wicklund talks to Geoffrey Boyce, co-founder and CEO of Array Behavioral Care, about the evolution and future of telehealth in the behavioral healthcare space and the impact of proposed DEA rules on the use of telemedicine to prescribe controlled substances.
In this week's episode, HealthLeaders editor Melanie Blackman is joined by Ronda Lehman, PharmD, market president of Mercy Health's Lima Market in Ohio. During the conversation, Ronda shares insights into her career journey, which started in 1995 in one of the system's hospital's pharmacy departments, the initiatives she's excited to lead in the coming months, and shares advice for aspiring healthcare leaders.
HealthLeaders Associate Content Specialist, Jasmyne Ray, interviews Lisa Steiner RN, CEO and CNO of Clarion Forest Visiting Nurses Association. Steiner shares her past experience as a nurse and now as an administrator in the home health sector, problems she faces when recruiting talent, and how she and other healthcare leaders in her community are working together to increase interest in working in rural health.
HealthLeaders Innovation and Technology Editor Eric Wicklund talks with Danielle Louder, a program director at the Northeast Telehealth Resource Center and member of the Maine Connectivity Authority, about healthcare access in a rural state like Maine and how telehealth and digital health are closing gaps in care.
HealthLeaders editor Melanie Blackman is joined by Tiffany Miller, DBA, MHA, CEO of Yoakum Community Hospital, a 100-year-old, 23-bed critical access hospital located in Yoakum, Texas. During the conversation, Tiffany talks about transitioning into her role earlier this year, strategies she's looking forward to implementing, and shares advice for aspiring healthcare leaders.
Bill Arneson, director of process and system support at Moffitt Cancer Center, chats with revenue cycle editor Amanda Norris about the strategies the organization uses to recruit revenue cycle talent and think outside the box when it comes to their workforce.
HealthLeaders payer editor Laura Beerman sits down with Errol Pierre, senior vice president of state programs at Healthfirst, a nonprofit health plan, and author of The Way Up, a discussion of modern corporate challenges and how they are navigated by professionals of color. Pierre speaks on imposter syndrome and code-switching; the importance of allies, mentors, and champions; and how the Career Assessment Grid can help early-career employees, including professionals of color, define and pursue their goals in the corporate environment.
HealthLeaders editor Melanie Blackman is joined by Carol Lovin, executive vice president, chief of staff, and chief integration officer for Advocate Health, the combined health system of Advocate Aurora Health and Atrium Health. During the conversation, Carol shares her career journey from nurse to executive leader, the power of teamwork, and the integration work being done this next year to bring the two health systems together.