Establishing health citizenship is critical for better health outcomes, according to this week’s guest. Jane Sarasohn-Kahn, Author, Health Economist & Advisor of THINK-Health discusses key trends in health consumerism, health economics, and her latest book.
Cancer has afflicted all of us in some way, shape or another. Dr. James P. Allison, Nobel Prize Winner and Jill O-Donell-Tormey, CEO of Cancer Reasearch Institute, dive deep into the past, present and future state of immuno-oncology – a form of cancer treatment that uses the body’s own immune system to fight this horrible disease.
Relevance is the new reputation. Gary Grates, W2O's Principal, dives into the importance of relevance, he dissects the unique position it plays in healthcare, and he discusses how W2O is partnering with clients to prioritize their organizational relevance.
Looking beyond treatment is key to improving the cancer care journey. This week Entrepreneur Bill Rancic and Astellas Pharma's Oncology SVP Mark Reisenauer, discuss the challenges of being a caregiver and why they are excited about Astellas Oncology’s C3 Prize, a global challenge that aims to address the complexities of the cancer journey by funding the best ideas in cancer care beyond medicine.
Part of creating better healthcare outcomes requires lowering drug costs. David Henka, CEO at ActiveRADAR, shares the role his company is playing in this, discusses the importance of reference pricing, plus he shares his connection to The Happiest Place on Earth.
He’s back! Jeremiah Owyang, Founding Partner & Industry Analyst of Kaleido Insights, rejoins What2Know to discuss the inevitable relationship between tech and healthcare. He also divulges how tech is reshaping health, forecasts the future of the industry, plus he shares his current favorite reads.
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Implementing AI into healthcare, when done in the appropriate way, can positively impact the industry greatly. Eric Topol, MD, EVP of Scripps Research and Author, discusses introducing AI to healthcare, his book "Deep Medicine", and shares what he'd like to change in healthcare.
Designing a good product in healthcare ultimately can lead to a healthier world. ck Andrade, PhD, Director of Product Management, Philips, discusses the part she plays in her current role and forecasts her vision for the future of healthcare. Plus, you won't believe what she does in her spare time.
When it comes to health and wellness, a holistic and customized approach is required. Sweta Vikram, bestselling Author and Wellness Entrepreneur, discusses this, predicts the future of the wellness space, and shares her love of Ol' Blue Eyes.
It's not only possible but necessary to use social media to innovate in healthcare. Julissa Viana, Global Social Media Lead at Celgene Corporation, discusses how companies can make this a reality, she unpacks the power of data, forecasts where the industry is headed in five years, and reveals her true personality.
Nurturing innovation requires intelligence, partnership, and patience. Chetan Parekh, Associate Brand Director & Innovation Portfolio Leader of P&G Ventures, discusses how this relates to healthcare, the opportunity to innovate for the aging population, and his exercise hack.
Democratizing healthcare transportation is crucial for patients' quality of care and quality of life. Dan R. Trigub, Head of Business Development for Uber Health, discusses this, HIMSS 2019 trends, his love of EDM, and how being a first-generation American has shaped him.
Reporting on healthcare well is key because it is something that touches us all. Zachary Tracer, Healthcare Editor of Business Insider, discusses this, how the industry is refashioning itself, his past life as a photojournalist, and being a Deadhead.
Granting easier access to healthcare means healthier individuals who are engaged in their well-being. Marcus Osborne, VP of Health & Wellness Transformation at Walmart, dives into this, bringing a consumer-centric approach to healthcare, where healthcare is headed in the next 10 years, and his favorite band from across the pond.
Strengthening healthcare through data and government is a delicate and rewarding balance. During this year’s J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference, Mona Siddiqui MD, MPH, Chief Data Officer of the US Department of Health and Human Services, sat down to discuss this, in-home patient care, the power of data, Giacomo Puccini, and the time she swam with sharks.
Bringing a digital-first experience to healthcare is now the expectation. CEO of Cedar, Florian Otto, discusses how the industry must progress, the future of patient billing, and his days as a pharmacy delivery boy.
Partnership is critical when it comes to innovating in healthcare. Rowan Chapman, PhD, Head of Johnson & Johnson Innovation, California, understands this implicitly. She discusses JNJ's commitment to innovation and steps everyone can take to innovate. Plus, she shares how hiking across a glacier changed her entire perspective.
Bringing primary care to all requires commitment to accessibility and the marrying of health and technology. This week’s guest, Robbie Cape, CEO and Co-Founder of 98point6, discusses the future of health, telemedicine, and AR. Plus, he dives into the music that drives his kids crazy and his love of knitting.
Resolving America’s primary care shortage is complex but feasible. This week’s guest, Andrew Allison, Head of Next Generation Clinic Enterprise Strategy at Aetna, discusses how this can be done, telemedicine, goals for 2020 and his current athletic passion.
Using health IT to influence healthcare for the better is the future of the industry. This week’s guest, Steve Wretling, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer of HIMSS, discusses the future of industry, including virtual hospitals and the union of data and health, plus his affinity for cooking and love of The Police.
Cancer Research Institute is a pioneer in using immunotherapy to treat cancer. This week’s guest, Jill O’Donnell-Tormey, Ph.D., CEO and Director of Scientific Affairs, discusses the future of oncology research, the upcoming CRI Awards Gala, what it’s like working alongside a Nobel Prize winner, and her love of baking.
Communicating as a human being rather than a marketer is paramount in healthcare. As an industry, implementing empathy within our communications, will only build stronger communities, systems, and connections. This week’s guest Larry Dobrow, Senior Editor of MM&M, discusses this, the Red Sox, and the Boss.
Leveraging data to improve patient outcomes is key to the future of healthcare, this week's guest understands this implicitly. Sean Duffy, Co-Founder & CEO of Omada Health, discusses all things digital health, The Animal Collective, and you'll never guess which world record he broke in college.
Healthcare and technology undoubtedly are closely tied. Their relation to one another will undoubtedly be the key in each industries future. Dr. Leonard Y. Lee, Chief of Cardiothoracic Surgery at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital and Professor, discusses the connection between health and tech, the American Heart Association, and jazz.
The future of vaccines and public health is rapidly approaching. What does this mean for healthcare organizations and for the general public? Rajeev Venkayya, President of Takeda Pharmaceutical’s Global Vaccine Business, gives an overarching view of the public health industry and action steps we all can take to ensure public health is optimal for the greater good.