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Co-host Matt Eyles, President and CEO of AHIP, talks to Sig Shirodkar of Accenture Health about the promise of machine learning for patients and what this new technology means for our industry. Human-machine collaboration is becoming more of a reality every day. In health care, it has the potential to improve cost, quality, and access.
Alan Balch, CEO of the Patient Advocate Foundation, shares why it’s so important that the patient voice plays a part in improving health care. We also learn new ways the health care industry can – and should – empower patients.
Our guest is Sara Wajnberg, Chief Product Officer of Oscar Health. We learn how technology puts consumers at the center of their health care journey and what it takes to create a more personalized health care experience.
We talk to Dr. Imelda Dacones, President and CEO of Northwest Permanente Medical Group, about the need to intervene early in a child’s life to improve their health as adults. She also shares how an integrated, technology-enabled model – with collaboration and alignment across specialties and care sites – benefits hospitals, health insurance providers, doctors, and patients.
Pat Geraghty, President and CEO of Florida Blue, discusses the concept of the retail store as a community center – where people can do more than shop for insurance. They can take a yoga class or learn how to save money and get the most out of their health coverage.
Our guest is Susan Reinhard, Senior Vice President and Director of the AARP Public Policy Institute. We learn why Susan thinks empowering family caregivers – whether through policy initiatives or technology breakthroughs – is the next big thing in health.
Co-host Matt Eyles, President and CEO of AHIP, talks about one of the top issues in America – health care reform. He shares his personal experience with the health care system, the challenges facing the health care industry today, how the private sector can help us achieve universal coverage, and more.
No issue is more hotly debated, more important to our economy, and more personal to Americans than health care. Episodes will be released throughout the fall, with CEOs, senior health care officials, and other health care leaders convening to discuss new solutions and more effective ways to deliver more value and better care for patients. Here’s a taste of what’s to come on The Next Big Thing in Health podcast.