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The HealthBiz podcast features in-depth interviews on healthcare business, technology and policy with entrepreneurs and CEOs. Host David E. Williams is president of healthcare strategy consulting boutique, Health Business Group https://healthbusinessgroup.com/ a board member and investor in private healthcare companies, and author of the Health Business Blog. His strategic and humorous approach to healthcare provides a refreshing break from the usual BS. Connect with David on LinkedIn https: ...
 
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Dr. Sanjay Prasad is on a mission to improve surgical outcomes. After many years as a surgeon, he’s founded a company that helps patients find the best surgeon for their condition and avoid surgeries they don’t need. He’s also laser focused on reducing racial disparities in surgical care.저자 David E. Williams
 
AdhereHealth helps Medicare Advantage plans boost their star ratings by improving medication management and CAHPS scores. After a stint working with adolescent schizophrenia patients, Jason has been in healthcare technology his whole career. In his spare time he works with Operation Song in Nashville, helping military families tell their stories th…
 
Mike Rea is a self-professed bad scientist and bad musician but despite --and perhaps even because-- of those limitations, he’s built some pretty good companies. Mike runs a record company, aptly named Medical Records and hosts his own book club/ podcast about innovation in pharma.저자 David E. Williams
 
Datavant is fostering an ecosystem of healthcare data to facilitate secure exchange of information and analytics that improve patient care. The company recently made headlines through a $7 Billion merger with Ciox, uniting Datavant’s world of de-identified data with Ciox’s domain expertise in patient identified records. In this episode of the Healt…
 
As CTO and CIO of Solarity Chez Tschetter enables major health systems to share medical records with one another, efficiently and accurately. Chez grew up in South Dakota and likes the place so much that he’s recruited more than 100 Solarity IT staff to join him there저자 David E. Williams
 
Mohan Giridharadas earned an MBA from Stanford and was a senior director for years at McKinsey, but it took an insight from a casual conversation at a Silicon Valley cocktail party to give him the direction for Lean TaaS, where he’s founder and CEO. A decade and $200 M of investment later, the company is leading the way in operational optimization …
 
CytImmune Sciences is an emerging leader in cancer nanomedicine. It is a platform company with products of its own in development. CEO Saba explains the technology and why he is confident it will ultimately help patients. The company has a Phase II development collaboration with the National Cancer Institute, and is scaling up its manufacturing to …
 
Eosera CEO Elyse Stoltz Dickerson turned a 10 minute meeting with a CVS executive into an order to stock 8000 stores with the company's earwax remover. Learn how a "very driven little child" overcame dyslexia and grew up to achieve corporate and entrepreneurial success.저자 David Williams
 
Brian Kim has made his career in the business of healthcare, from health plans to biotech to the early days of Internet health, and then on to claims processing. As CEO of HighRoads for the past six years, Brian is helping plans exit the spreadsheet era and gain the ability to create, sell and manage a myriad of insurance offerings. In this edition…
 
Investors and management consultants often use expert networks like GLG and Guidepoint to arrange interviews with subject matter experts. These interviews are pricey so it's important to get the most out of them. My colleague, Karen Donovan and I offer five tips to help you succeed.저자 David Williams
 
Cantor Group CEO, Dr. Michael Cantor traces his career in medical practice, policy and leadership across academic medicine, benefits managers, and start-ups. We discuss the impact of digital technologies in bringing healthcare closer to patients, how payment systems are changing to support telehealth and home care, what’s new in nursing homes, and …
 
Ray Hill grew up on a farm and took up rowing in college. So he’s always been a hard worker and an early riser. In this edition of the HealthBiz podcast, Ray brings us up to date on progress at CorEvitas. As CEO and Chairman he’s led the company’s expansion from a singular rheumatoid arthritis registry to a broader autoimmune and inflammatory compa…
 
As an anesthesiologist, Jon Bloom was distressed to participate in so many foot amputations for diabetic patients. He vowed to do something to consign this barbaric, Civil War era procedure to the dustbin of history. Eventually, he met up with some like-minded co-founders at an early Hackathon and the result was Podimetrics.…
 
SonderMind CEO Mark Frank helps make behavioral health more accessible, approachable and utilized. In this episode, Mark describes how his upbringing in Atlanta, Japan and Germany shaped his outlook and how family members have influenced his enlistment in the military and his path with SonderMind.저자 David E. Williams
 
As founder and CEO of Proprio, Gabe Jones is helping surgeons see around corners. If all goes according to plan, the company’s innovations will infuse all of surgery, making great surgeons even better and bringing up the average as well. Artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, virtual reality --it’s all in there!…
 
Jennifer Michelle has a master’s of public health and she’s also an EMT. So naturally she makes her living as a healthcare marketing consultant, as president of Michelle Marketing Strategies. She’s a podcast host, too. Her Leading with Health podcast features female healthcare leaders.저자 David E. Williams
 
Joel Morse has devoted his career to building innovative companies that serve the pharmaceutical industry. His latest venture, Curavit Clinical Research runs decentralized or virtual trials, which have gotten huge in the pandemic. In this episode of the HealthBiz podcast, Joel talks about decentralized trials and why they’re growing. He also opens …
 
Prognos Health founder Sundeep Bhan’s family liked the idea of him becoming a doctor. But as long as he stayed as a pre-med in college they let him take whatever courses he wanted. He explored art history and communications, and eventually wandered back to healthcare as a company founder. It’s a good thing that he has that entrepreneurial streak, s…
 
Wolters Kluwer Health CTO, Jean-Claude Saghbini has been thinking a lot about how the pandemic will change healthcare. In this episode we discuss his predictions about scaling telehealth, accelerating evidence, predicting and preventing with AI, the changing roles of healthcare workers, and moving beyond interoperability to supra-operability.…
 
As a primary care physician and Chief Medical Officer of Aledade, Dr. Emily Maxson helps independent primary care physicians participate in accountable care organizations, preserve their independence and financial viability, and boost quality and access for patients.저자 David E. Williams
 
In this episode of the HealthBiz Podcast, ChartWise Medical Systems CEO, Steven Mason shares his journey from New Orleans to Nashville, explains how his background in organizational development and consulting prepared him for corporate leadership, and opines on the impact of President Joe Biden’s Administration on healthcare. We discuss CDI: clinic…
 
After Taylor Justice was medically discharged from the Army, he learned firsthand about social determinants of health through working with other veterans. It led him to co-found Unite Us to digitally connect community services like housing, education and substance abuse counseling to meet the holistic needs of individuals. As Chief Operating Office…
 
Jennifer Byrne has spent her whole career in clinical trials, working on more than 8000 studies. So she knows a thing or two about the needs of pharma sponsors, clinical sites and patients. As founder and CEO of Javara, Jennifer is spearheading a new concept: the integrated research organization or IRO, a novel model for bringing clinical research …
 
Matt Artz represents that rarest of specimens: the business anthropologist. In that role he advocates for the responsible design of human-centered technologies. He has a particular focus on the benefits --but mainly the risks-- of consumer DNA testing.저자 David E. Williams
 
It’s a momentous week in Georgia, Washington and these United States. In this special episode of the HealthBiz podcast, Bloomberg Intelligence Analyst, Brian Rye and I discuss the health policy implications of the likely 50+1 Democratic Senate majority. Listen as we discuss drug pricing, Medicare Advantage, and the public option.…
 
Which is better: The Amazon Halo Band or Apple Watch? HealthBiz podcast host David Williams gives you the rundown based on his head-to-head test. And this episode is just in time for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, so you can make the right holiday shopping decision.저자 David E. Williams
 
Niall Brennan isn’t one to pull punches. From his perch as CEO of the Health Care Cost Institute he uses data to call out the moral and ethical failures of the US healthcare system. Insulin pricing, air ambulances, surprise billing, the pandemic. Whatever the topic, Brennan brings his sharp wit and deep reservoir of healthcare knowledge.…
 
Drug pricing is the hottest topic in healthcare, and ICER founder Dr. Steve Pearson is the coolest person to discuss it with. In this episode of the HealthBiz podcast, Steve describes how ICER compiles and analyzes clinical evidence to estimate the fair value of treatments for COVID-19 and other serious illnesses.…
 
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