It starts with mental health: How caring for transgender youth makes for healthier adults
Rodrigo Heng-Lehtinen, executive director for the National Center for Transgender Equality, returns to the podcast to discuss the misconceptions around transition-related care for young people.
The intersection of quality and finance, with Rick Gundling and Stephanie Mercado
HFMA's Rick Gundling and Stephanie Mercado from the National Association for Healthcare Quality discuss how all entities within a healthcare organization can work for better quality.
The future of healthcare transparency, with Nick Hut and Andrew Donahue
HFMA Senior Editor Nick Hut and HFMA Policy Director Andrew Donohue discuss legislative action that could affect transparency efforts in healthcare.
Fighting for systemic change by putting the patient first
Rami Karjian and Raphael Rakowski of Medically Home discuss emphasizing patients over all else in healthcare, and Julie Lambert and Lori Zindl from Inovalon talk about an RCM survey.
Dr. Ronald Hirsch of R1 RCM discusses new Alzheimer’s drug Leqembi with HFMA’s Nick Hut
Dr. Ronald Hirsch of R1RCM discusses considerations around a new Alzheimer's drug with Senior Editor Nick Hut.
Some of the best from HFMA’s Annual Conference in Nashville
Revisiting your investment strategy with Lisa Schneider of Russell Investments and PayMedix CEO Tom Policelli discusses why payment is so confusing for patients.
Healthcare Blame Game, Live From HFMA’s Annual Conference in Nashville
The Blame Game team takes on HFMA's Annual Conference in Nashville in a discussion about what hospitals get right and wrong.
Healthcare Blame Game podcast: Reporters are knee-deep in press releases. Most lack context.
Media veteran Jean Hodges joins Brad to discuss a Washington Post error and the inner workings of the modern newsroom.
HFMA Annual Conference preview: How Vanderbilt University Medical Center built a successful bundled payment program
Dr. Brittany Cunningham from Vanderbilt University Medical Center discusses her upcoming presentation at HFMA's Annual Conference in Nashville. Also in this episode, strategies for cash flow discrepancies with sponsor organization Inovalon.
Interoperability rule enforcement is coming. Are you ready?
Rita Bowen of MRO discusses why some organizations are choosing not to ready themselves for interoperability until enforcement begins and how reproductive care can throw a wrench into the process.