Stop selling me productivity. What I really want is tools that will make me more purposeful. I’m in healthcare. My email inbox is bombarded by software offers that promise a better (read: faster) office environment. This addresses a real problem. More patients plus lower reimbursement equals a greater need for efficiency. But I’m betting that […]
[podcast] Given it’s size, Philips Healthcare has the opportunity transform how healthcare (wellness) is provided in America and across the world. Cheryl Iodice, Philips’s Chief Marketing Officer, offers some perspectives in this interview.
[podcast] Dan Jones is the former CEO of Phoenix Baptist Hospital, part of Tenet Healthcare. Hospitals across the country are struggling with the transition to value. This effort is complicated by evolving regulation. Dan talks about his role leading the hospital and offers advice for innovators hoping to partner
[podcast] The transition from the current pay as you go, fee for service model to value based care delivery will not be without casualties. Many hospitals may not survive. Dr. Keith Marton, former Chief Medical and Quality Officer for Providence Health offers some thoughts on the coming changes in healthcare.
[podcast]Dr. Yan Chow spent 10 years as the Director of Innovation at the Garfield Center, one of Kaiser Permanents’ centers for innovation. During that time countless companies came through the doors. Dr. Chow has some insights for both the companies and hospitals looking to innovate.
[podcast]Several years ago I started blogging, hoping to offer my perspective on some common healthcare problems. Although this platform has proven useful (and I will continue to blog), today I am launching Healthcare PittStop. This new endeavor is intended to be not a one-way vehicle but a forum for conversation, a place where I can stitch together the disparate pieces of my journey through healthcare while fielding views from other stakeholders in the field.