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.
Crawfish, helping hands, and “Hard Truths” about healthcare: Joe Fifer looks back on 40 years with HFMA
June will mark the retirement of HFMA President and CEO Joe Fifer. In this episode, he looks back on his decades as an HFMA member, officer and executive.
Turning it up in Music City: Get ready for HFMA’s Annual Conference in Nashville
HFMA’s Katie Gilfillan discusses plans for HFMA’s Annual Conference in Nashville. Learn more and register here. Also in this episode, Karie Ryan and Amy Pyke of Philips tackle some of healthcare’s greatest challenges with the strategic use of technology. \
Sleepless in the C-suite: Workforce, Part 3
Stu Schaff of Intentionate Healthcare Advisors talks about job expectations of and for physicians, and Vicki Abelson of The Defined Leader and HFMA's Todd Nelson discuss what leaders can do to improve communication.
Sleepless in the C-suite: Workforce, Part 2
In the second episode of HFMA's special series on the healthcare workforce, we focus on ways clinical workers need support from their leaders. HFMA's Todd Nelson, Janae Sharp of the Sharp Index, and FinThrive's Jonathan Wiik talk about shortages of clinical workers and offering help to those who remain.
Healthcare Blame Game, the podcast: First episode is here!
The much-anticipated pilot episode of the “Healthcare Blame Game” podcast is now live and available to HFMA members. In this episode, HFMA Chief Content Executive Brad Dennison and Executive Producer Erika Grotto question the methodology and narrative of a recent Kaiser Health News investigation.
Sleepless in the C-suite: Workforce, Part 1
In this first episode of a three-part series on the healthcare workforce, Jonathan Wiik of FinThrive and Todd Nelson of HFMA discuss burnout among non-clinical workers and how remote work is changing hiring.