This month, we bring you a special edition of the women in healthcare leadership podcast, where we look back on the inspiring and helpful advice that leaders have shared for aspiring leaders in healthcare.
"Wow, it really works." Dr. Arif Kidwai, president at St. Johns Radiology Associates, chats with revenue cycle editor Amanda Norris about the gaps the organization was seeing and the voice recognition technology it implemented to fill those gaps.
In a special Nurses Week episode, Healthleaders editor Melanie Blackman speaks with Sharon Pappas, RN, PhD, NEA-BC, FAAN, chief nurse executive for Emory Healthcare, who explains how chief nurses are finally becoming full strategic, influential partners in their organizations after decades of not being recognized as part of a hospital’s executive organizational team.
HealthLeaders Innovation and Technology Editor Eric Wicklund talks with Dr. Ruchir Shah, regional stroke director for CHI Memorial Hospital in Chattanooga, Tenn., part of the CommonSpirit health network, about how he's using new technologies to diagnose and treat patients with stroke symptoms.
HealthLeaders editor Jay Asser sits down with Angela Hunt, principal of quality clinical documentation improvement at Vizient, to discuss the connection between quality, clinical documentation, and coding departments, and how they can better coordinate to improve patient outcomes.
In this week's episode, HealthLeaders editor Melanie Blackman is joined by Jennifer Greenman, the CIO at City of Hope, following last year's acquisition of Cancer Treatment Centers of America®. During the conversation, Jennifer talks about her role as CIO, how to leverage technology already in place for new and upcoming cancer care needs, and the integration of the health system over the past year.
HealthLeaders Innovation and Technology Editor Eric Wicklund chats with Northwell Health CIO Sophy Lu on the HIMSS 2023 Exhibit Hall floor about what trends she's seeing at the conference and how she handles technology and innovation for the New York health system.
Healthleaders’ Jasmyne Ray interviews April Kapu, president, American Association of Nurse Practitioners (AANP), who explains how nurse practitioners are stepping into the void created by physician shortages and closed hospitals to provide access to quality healthcare to patients who might not have it otherwise.