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Conversational technology and patient engagement are two technology trends sweeping through the three trillion dollar healthcare industry. In these short, interactive discussions, industry experts talk about how and where innovation is impacting the customer experience at hospitals, pharmaceutical companies, and the vast array of related services in the industry.
 
The Innovation Accelerator Podcast is an ad-free service. These shows are produced to help payers, providers, life science companies, and digital health innovators accelerate healthcare's transformation by sharing expert voices, views, and advice on the important technology, care, reimbursement, and regulatory issues of the day. The Innovation Accelerator Podcast is brought to you by Innovaccer, the Health Cloud company. We’re on a mission to connect and curate the world’s healthcare informa ...
 
Change Healthcare is a leading healthcare technology company, focused on accelerating the transformation of the healthcare system through the power of the Change Healthcare Platform. We provide data and analytics-driven solutions to improve clinical, financial, administrative, and patient engagement outcomes in the U.S. healthcare system. Learn more at changehealthcare.com. *
 
At Greenway Health, our mission is to expand possibilities in care. We’re contributing to the success of customers in ways no one else in the industry is. Our podcast brings you the latest news and trends in the healthcare IT industry, provides tips and tricks from other customers of our product solutions, and highlights the great work health care providers each and every day caring for their patients.
 
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Today’s medical care often misses the life story of a patient and its link to behaviors and context that can negatively affect health outcomes. The context of one’s life—personal, family, community, environmental, financial, psychosocial—is an integral part of the individuals' healthcare experience. These contextual challenges are not the same as s…
 
As medications get more specialized, so has the need for better engagement to help patients with their prescriptions. Manufacturers are investing in tools and programs that can help patients on their medication journeys, and digital strategies are front and center. In this episode, Greg Kefer is joined by Emily Gibb, who leads the patient service o…
 
“During COVID, I couldn’t make a contribution at the bedside. But I could make a lasting contribution, through my most powerful weapon—the written word.” - Dr. David Nash Renowned care quality and healthcare reform expert Dr. David Nash committed to the power of the pen to shine a light on why the U.S. lost more patients to COVID-19 than any other …
 
In this first episode in the "Between Two Fellows" series, Prasanth and Jason are joined by Don Dennison and Dr. Rick Wiggins to talk about the next breakthroughs in imaging informatics, lessons from their careers, the feature of machine learning for education, Don's plan for breaking down informatics silos and other streams of consciousness. PS: A…
 
A recent Morning Consult report revealed 95% of healthcare IT leaders are focused on digital transformation as a top priority. Only a year or two ago, EHRs were at the forefront of provider efforts to hit the triple aim–and today, nearly 6 in 10 see their EHR as a limitation holding back their enterprise data strategy. For all their good, EHRs have…
 
Dr. David Rhew is the Global Chief Medical Officer and VP of Healthcare at Microsoft. Recognized as one of Modern Healthcare’s top 50 most-influential persons in healthcare, he is a sought-after speaker who holds numerous patents in electronic health records and clinical decision support technology. In his more than 25 years as an infectious diseas…
 
In this episode, hosts Mohannad, Prasanth, and Ali interview Cheryl Kreider Carey (SIIM CEO), Dr. Marc Kohli (past SIIM Chair) and Dr. Tessa Cook (current SIIM Chair) to talk about the SIIM 2022 Annual Meeting, Expansion of SIIM in terms of geography and medical specialities, leadership transition at the Board Chair level, and other things. PS: Apo…
 
More than 37 million Americans have diabetes today and an additional 96 million adults have pre-diabetes. Access to insulin treatment for many is vital. But in the past 10 years, the cost of insulin has increased by more than 1000% which is driving one in every four people with diabetes to ration or skip doses of insulin. The government and private…
 
Data interoperability: will it ever become a reality in our healthcare system? The answer could be an emphatic “yes.” That’s because on January 18, 2022, the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) and its Recognized Coordinating Entity (RCE), The Sequoia Project, released the publication of the Trusted Exchange Framework and the Common Agreement,…
 
Luma Health co-founder and CEO Adnan Iqbal joins the Change Healthcare Podcast to discuss how and why his company created a digital patient engagement platform that empowers healthcare providers to differentiate themselves in a competitive market. Follow Us Twitter @Change_HC Facebook @ChangeHealthcare LinkedIn @ChangeHealthcare Presented by Change…
 
Healthcare has become an expensive, clunky mess for everyone. The path forward has to be digital, but with labor shortages showing no signs of slowing down, the time has come to double down on innovation. The good news is that technology has matured to a place where it may finally be able to make a significant difference. In this episode, Shuo Qiao…
 
The technology behind Conversational AI is maturing rapidly across all sectors as consumers increasingly relying on language to interact with their devices. The labor shortage that plagues most industries has set the stage for technology that powers digital conversations, and the sector that may benefit most is healthcare. Anil Nair, Chief Technolo…
 
Data has become the chief catalyst, and common thread, for the future transformation of our healthcare system. Through its application of computer and information science, health informatics is a major driver for meaningful change through improvements in clinical care, public health, life sciences research, and interoperability. What are the trends…
 
As COVID surged around the world, native Hawaiians were at an increased risk due to socioeconomic factors and comorbidities. To understand the work being done to support vulnerable Hawaiians, we spoke with Kevin Vaccarello to hear how Sustain Hawaii was able to use technology to expand their operation and support their mission of transforming the i…
 
Earlier this month, Innovaccer’s Xccelerate conference brought together new thinking, valuable insights, critical conversations, and a shared vision on how patient data—unified and universally shared across consumer, care, and business settings—will be the biggest driver for accelerating the innovation and digital transformation that fundamentally …
 
In this episode, hosts Mohannad, Prasanth, and Jason interview Teri Sippel Schmidt and Dr. Raym Geis about the Clinical Data Informatics initiative at SIIM. At its heart Clinical Data Informatics focuses on the use of tools such as Machine Learning algorithms, systems engineering, and medical imaging in sophisticated ways to derive insights and dri…
 
Consumerism in healthcare has made “webside manner” as important as bedside manner. It’s no secret that lessons learned from the pandemic have motivated providers and payers to rethink strategies around patient access and experience, retail care competition, partnerships, and care delivery and payment models, and more. But rethinking isn’t action. …
 
Billions of people are now fully dependent on various forms of technology as part of their daily lives. Healthcare is no exception. As paper forms give way to digital health records and electronic communications, the risks of losing control of private patient information has risen dramatically. Every organization that deals with healthcare data mus…
 
In this episode, hosts Mohannad and Prasanth interview Brad Genereaux about his chapter on Standards and Interoperability in the new edition of PII. Going beyond the #alphabetsoup of the important standards that govern the imaging informatics world, the discussion covers a brief history of the development of standards, such as DICOM, HL7, IHE, and …
 
In this episode, hosts @mohannadhussain and Prasanth chat with @sylviadevlin about downtime procedures. Whether planned or unplanned, there are many steps that can be taken to mitigate these (mostly) unavoidable events. While most agree that effective planning, monitoring, and communication/follow-up are key to successful execution, the nuances of …
 
With the new CMS and ONC regulations firmly in place, individual access is taking off. But there are still some tricky issues to address around consent and data segmentation. In this episode of the Let’s Talk Interop podcast, our panel explores how technology can support consent capture and revocation as well as consent sharing. They also dive into…
 
How can providers improve their ability to meet the business and clinical performance targets in their contracts? With tighter operating margins and rising costs, it's a critical concern shared by provider organizations in both the fee-for-service and value-based worlds. Here to help us answer that question and more is Amy Stevens, a nationally kno…
 
Conversational AI is rapidly maturing and becoming a viable technology option for healthcare organizations that need to digitize and scale patient engagement. Language-based user interfaces are ideal for reducing engagement friction and navigating high complexity. But technology experiences that are high on the user friendliness scale also require …
 
In this episode, hosts @mohannadhussain @jaynagels Prasanth and @AliTejaniMD interview @ChrisRothMD, @IntegratorBrad, and @_kodon, co-authors of the IHE AI Interoperability in Imaging White Paper. Chris Roth serves as Vice Chairman of Radiology, Information Technology and Clinical Informatics at Duke University, Director of Imaging IT Strategy at D…
 
The CMS's Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI) recently announced the strategic redesign of their current Global and Professional Direct Contracting (GPDC) model. Beginning in January 2023, the redesigned program, known as ACO REACH, seeks to drive greater provider participation and improved quality of care, with a strong focus on imp…
 
Dr. Nicole Fetter is a partner in the health segment of Guidehouse, recognized as the third largest healthcare management consulting firm by Modern Healthcare in 2021. On today's show, Dr. Fetter joins Charu Madan, Innovaccer's VP of partnerships, and show host Steve Ambrose, to discuss the elements of a sound strategy to accelerate providers' tran…
 
As our public health emergency (hopefully) winds down, federal and state governments are reshaping healthcare policy. To gain clarity we sat down with Ceci Connolly, CEO for the Alliance of Community Health Plans to discuss federal and state healthcare policy trends around Medicaid, mental health, preauthorization and value-based care.…
 
In this episode, hosts Prasanth, @mohannadhussain and @jaynagels discuss User Training with Dr. Ann Scherzinger. As a Professor of Radiology and Chief of the Radiological Sciences Division and the University of Colorado, Dr. Scherzinger supports informatics applications for the UCHealth system. She is currently the chair of the SIIM Education Commi…
 
Today’s special guest, Dr. Subir Roy, Takeda’s Associate Director of Global Medical Affairs, has been at the intersection of pharma, commercial strategy, data, and technology helping drive greater results in drug development, commercialization, and patient outcomes. He believes that unifying siloed data from patients, providers, and other healthcar…
 
PIIRT Chapter 7 - Data Storage Jay Crawford In this episode, hosts Mohannad and Prasanth interview Jay Crawford about data storage technologies discussed in Chapter 7 of the second edition of PIIRT. These core concepts are critical for understanding not only issues of business continuity and disaster recovery, but also system performance, latency, …
 
Burnout. It’s a national epidemic that’s wearing down physicians and nurses, fueling the staffing crisis, and by extension, reducing care quality and degrading the patient experience. The pandemic isn’t the only factor. Clinicians across the country cite EHR documentation and other administrative work as a major burnout driver. The need to lighten …
 
The nursing profession is one the most cherished professions there is. Those who take the plunge are true heroes that must work long, hard shifts to help patients of all types get through very difficult situations. When the COVID pandemic hit, nurses had to take things up to another level in order to deal with the massive waves of sick patients tha…
 
Health systems and hospitals are losing revenue and patients in an escalating competition for care services. Challengers—including major retail, pharmacy, telemedicine, and virtual health brands—are thriving, in part by strategically reframing patients as consumers. That's not news. But there's another reframing they're doing as part of this, which…
 
In this episode, hosts Ali, Mohannad, Jason, and Prasanth chat with Chris Hafey, Dr. Jason Hostetter, and Dr. Simon Rascovsky about the Imaging Informatics Open Community Meetups -- an open format meeting with short discussions on any topics related to Medical Imaging. Participants include software developers, clinicians, technologists and PACS adm…
 
Sriram (Sri) Bharadwaj has an unconventional view about digital transformation. It’s more about the transformation and less about the digital. As VP of digital innovation at Franciscan Alliance, Bharadwaj notes that healthcare IT largely equates "digital" with the EHR. He says health systems must understand that transformation goes beyond the techn…
 
Perspective. Today it matters more than ever, in this critical time for provider organizations. And few people have a greater perspective than Dr. Glenn Steele, former President and CEO of Geisinger Health System. Dr. Steele's leadership was instrumental in establishing Geisinger as a "regional clinical powerhouse with over $3.4 billion in reserves…
 
Pathology Standards and Hackathon In this episode, host Mohannad chats with Jason Klotzer and Markus Herrmann about pathology imaging standards. The team discusses the unique perspective of digital pathology and how the specialty has adopted DICOM standards to meet the needs of the pathologist's imaging workflow, as well as a hackathon sponsored by…
 
Today we're speaking with one of the pioneers of digital transformation: Phil Fasano, now CEO of Bay Advisors, formerly executive vice president and CIO Kaiser Permanente, one of the country’s largest nonprofit healthcare organizations. Phil ushered in the first EHRs and innovative mobile experiences to improve patient care, create great consumer e…
 
A recent study looked into patient perceptions about the administrative side of healthcare and found that tasks such as setting appointments, completing paperwork, and getting prior authorizations have gotten so hard, many patients have chosen to defer care to avoid the hassle. Investments to give patients the tools to manage their own healthcare h…
 
PIIRT Chapter 5 - Incorporating Non-Image Data with Matthew Hayes In this episode, hosts Ali, Prasanth, and Mohannad speak with Matthew Hayes CIIP. Matt is currently the PACS Manager for Radiology Partners. Prior engagements had him troubleshooting many different imaging challenges ranging from AI enablement, Encounters Based Imaging, Long Term Arc…
 
While crossing professional paths over many years, health IT leaders Eric Lacy and Jim Schreiner became good friends—and learned advocates for the transition of enterprise imaging to the cloud. From their perspectives, informed by a radiology practice and a hospital setting respectively, they offer advice and optimism on what lies ahead on the path…
 
The most lasting impact to the COVID-19 pandemic is likely to be the healthcare labor shortage that shows no signs abating. Hundreds of thousands of workers have left the field, and it’s not just doctors and nurses. Nearly one third of healthcare spending is in the administrative domain and that sector has seen massive reductions in the support sta…
 
ACR DSI In this episode, hosts Prasanth, Mohannad, and Ali chat with the amazing team at the ACR Data Science Institute, @AcrDsi @RadiologyACR, represented by data scientists Laura Brink and Kendall Schmidt, and director Christopher Treml. Hot topics: Federated Learning with AI-LAB™ Interpretive and noninterpretive AI models and applications Gettin…
 
Genentech US Medical Affairs is involved in hundreds of concurrent clinical trials that involve a spectrum of participants and investigators. The world of clinical trials and therapy development has been evolving and now COVID-19 is forcing the industry to innovate in different ways as it deals with labor shortages, supply chain disruptions, and a …
 
Mike Russell is the co-founder and CEO of Monument, an online treatment platform for those looking to change their relationship with alcohol. In this episode, Change Healthcare’s Anuj Desai talks with Mike about how his own experience drove him to create a new approach to alcohol treatment. Mike tells Anuj how his company was born and how technolog…
 
For healthcare providers, the potential of cloud technology intrigues, yet adoption has proven difficult. Nowhere is this more evident than in imaging, which has a legacy of aging, on - premise applications that interact with every point of care. Faced with unscalable solutions and limited alternates, many providers’ have stalled their initiatives.…
 
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