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"The Dish on Health IT"

Engaging discussion around Health IT with perspectives from across the healthcare landscape. This informative and entertaining rotating panel of senior health IT consultants and their guests will keep you in the know about the latest innovations, policies and industry shifts impacting healthcare and point out the opportunities that lie within.

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EPISODES

Episode 13: The Latest on Price Transparency

 

 

This episode focuses on the recent CMS price transparency rule. Hosts Gary Austin, Ken Kleinberg and Pooja Babbrah discuss the new rule, break down its components and outline what it will mean for the industry across stakeholders including opportunities that shouldn't be missed.

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Episode 12: Innovation in Healthcare with Aneesh Chopra

 

 

This episode features guest Aneesh Chopra, the first Chief Technology Officer of the United States and more currently, the co-founder and president of CareJourney. Hosts Gary Austin and Ken Kleinberg sit down with Mr. Chopra to discuss smarter choices the industry can make to move more quickly towards value based care, specifically direct contracting and third party apps.

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Episode 11: HL7 CodeX: Transforming Cancer Care & Research

 

Steve Bratt, lead of  CodeX joins hosts Jocelyn Keegan and Gary Austin to discuss the integration of minimal common oncology data elements (mCODE) and leveraging FHIR API technology to accelerate significant improvements in cancer care and research.

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Episode 10: Recap of ONC Tech Forum

 

On this episode of The Dish on Health IT, hosts Pooja BabbrahJocelyn KeeganKen Kleinberg and Gary Austin discuss key takeaways from the annual ONC Tech Forum. The discussion highlights key areas covered at the conference such as Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR), Health Information Exchanges (HIEs)United States Core Data for Interoperability (USCDI)Lab orders and resultsand Social Determinants of Health (SDOH)  

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Episode 9: Health Analytics and Improving Interoperability

 

Guest Dale Sanders, CTO of Health Catalyst, joins hosts Gary Austin and Ken Kleinberg to discuss the future of interoperability and health analytics and how decision support, population health, and easing provider burden can be improved with the right incentives to effectively unlock data to fuel more powerful analytics capability.

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Episode 8: Price Transparency (Pharmacy & Medical). What's Next? 

 

Carm Huntress, CEO of RxRevu, joins hosts, Gary Austin and Pooja Babbrah to discuss price transparency.

 

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Episode 7: APIs, FHIR Accelerators & Infrastructure

 

Guest, Patrick Murta, Solution Architecture Fellow with Humana and Chief Architect for the ONC FHIR at Scale Taskforce (FAST), joins hosts Gary Austin, Jocelyn Keegan and Ken Kleinberg to discuss how Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is transforming health data exchange and what HL7 FHIR Accelerators are doing to expedite progress and FHIR adoption.

 

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Episode 6: Payers Evolve Approach to Medication Management

 

Pooja Babbrah from Point of Care Partners joins hosts, Gary Austin and Ken Kleinberg to talk about changes in the way payers are dealing with pharmaceutical management.

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Episode 5: Innovation in Health IT

 

Kurt Schiller and Mark Hughey from Arcweb join hosts, Gary Austin and Ken Kleinberg to talk about innovation in health IT. Our guests share what kind of innovative projects their Philadelphia-based software development firm is tackling, how they guide their clients through innovation projects and the importance of starting with a business use case before tackling a new project. 

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Part 2, Episode 4: HIEs Now & Future

 

The discussion continues with guest, Dr. Tim Pletcher, Executive Director of the Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN) joins The Dish on Health IT panel of senior consultants, Gary Austin, Jocelyn Keegan and Ken Kleinberg to discuss the role of Health Information Exchanges in healthcare, their role in the response to COVID-19 and what role they can serve in the future once TEFCA is finalized.  

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Part 1, Episode 4: HIEs Now & Future

 

Guest, Dr. Tim Pletcher, Executive Director of the Michigan Health Information Network Shared Services (MiHIN)joins The Dish on Health IT panel of senior consultants, Gary Austin, Jocelyn Keegan and Ken Kleinberg to discuss the role of Health Information Exchanges in healthcare, their role in the response to COVID-19 and what role they can serve in the future once TEFCA is finalized.  

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Part 2, Episode #3: Health IT and the Law

 

Our guest, David Szabo, Co-Chair of the Health Care practice, a Partner in the Corporate and Transactional Department, and a member of the Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Group with Locke Lord, LLP joins our regular panel of senior health IT consultants, Ken Kleinberg, Jocelyn Keegan and Gary Austin to dish on Health IT and the Law.

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Part 1, Episode #3: Health IT and the Law

Our guest, David Szabo, Co-Chair of the Health Care practice, a Partner in the Corporate and Transactional Department, and a member of the Privacy & Cybersecurity Practice Group with Locke Lord, LLP joins our regular panel of senior health IT consultants, Ken Kleinberg, Jocelyn Keegan and Gary Austin to dish on Health IT and the Law.

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Episode #2: Telehealth Now and In the Future

 

 

Guest Brian Bamberger joins hosts Gary Austin and Jocelyn Keegan to discuss future and current telehealth trends.

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Episode #1: Health IT in a COVID-19 World

 

 

Panel Gary Austin, Jocelyn Keegan and Ken Kleinberg introduce key topics covered by the news non-stop like availability and production of COVID tests, delays in lab results, shortage or personal protective equipment like masks, mass immunizations while looking at all these issues from a health IT perspective.

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