In each episode, AHIP is joined by a health care leader who shines a light on the big thing they want to see America focus on for health care improvement—from the impact of new technology like artificial intelligence to innovative solutions to effectively serve consumers. Our cohosts are AHIP’s CEO Matt Eyles and Laura Evans, former Fox 5 Washington, D.C. Anchor.
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We close out Season 5 of the podcast with Scott Heisler, Principal Consultant and Innovation Specialist at Kaiser Permanente, and Dan Trencher, SVP of Corporate Strategy at Teladoc Health. They explore the digital tools that are available to help patients address their mental health and wellness needs.
Hear how authentic messengers can help people overcome vaccine hesitancy and learn about the role that social media influencers play in health care from Curtis Hougland, founder and CEO of Main Street One.
Our guest on the podcast is Juliet K. Choi, President and CEO of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF). She discusses her organization’s work to advance health equity; provide culturally relevant resources and information on COVID-19; and improve the health of Asian Americans, Native Hawaiians and Pacific Islanders.
On our podcast this week, Dr. Johanna Vidal-Phelan, Senior Medical Services Director of Quality and Pediatrics at UPMC Health Plan, tells us about UPMC’s work to deliver accurate and up-to-date COVID-19 information to Spanish-speaking plan members.
Hosts Matt Eyles, AHIP President, and Laura Evans are joined by Stacia Grosso, Staff VP of Digital Strategy & Operations at Anthem, for a discussion on Anthem’s evolution into a “data-first” organization, the explosion in telehealth usage, and more.
Our guest is Chris Priest, Vice President of Medicaid Solutions for Centene, to discuss what the health insurance provider is doing to promote better community health and vaccine acceptance.
It’s a new season of The Next Big Thing in Health podcast. YouTube’s Dr. Garth Graham joined hosts Laura Evans and Matt Eyles, AHIP president and CEO, to discuss the importance of health care literacy, education, and online communication as America continues the largest vaccination campaign in history.
On the latest episode of The Next Big Thing in Health podcast, Dr. Sree Chaguturu, Chief Medical Officer at CVS Caremark, joined hosts Matt Eyles, AHIP president and CEO, and Laura Evans to discuss CVS Caremark’s recent research on vaccine hesitancy and how that research will guide their vaccination efforts moving forward.
On the latest episode of The Next Big Thing in Health podcast, Dr. Andrea Gelzer, SVP of Medical Affairs at AmeriHealth Caritas, discusses new advancements in population health management, the future of telehealth, and the health care industry’s response to the COVID-19 crisis.
Dr. Lisa Maragakis, Senior Director of Infection Prevention with the Johns Hopkins Health System, joined hosts Matt Eyles, AHIP president and CEO, and Laura Evans to discuss how people can keep themselves healthy as the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines continues.
Dr. Bechara Choucair, White House Vaccine Coordinator and former Chief Health Officer for Kaiser Permanente, sat down with hosts Matt Eyles, AHIP president and CEO, and Laura Evans to discuss the U.S. vaccination effort and Kaiser Permanente’s work to address the social health of their members and the communities they serve.
Our hosts Matt Eyles and Laura Evans are joined by Dr. William Shrank, Chief Medical Officer for Humana, for a discussion that covers everything from COVID-19 vaccine distribution to Humana’s focus on population health.