The Physician Alliance launched its first podcast series titled “Five Questions with Clinical Leaders.” The series features a clinical leaders discussing a variety of topics related to:
Preparing for MACRA Three Part Series featuring Dr. Gary Loyd and Ann Marie Creed of Henry Ford Health System
Members of the American Society of Anesthesiologists and the American Hospital Association have teamed up to share their experience of how they have tackled the challenges of MACRA. This three part series moderated by Dr. Jay Bhatt, chief medical officer and senior vice president at the American Hospital Association and president of the Health Research & Educational Trust (HRET), examines how clinicians and administration leadership are working together to prepare for the payment changes coming as a part of MACRA. You will hear from Dr. Gary Loyd and Ann Marie Creed as they discuss the insights and challenges Henry Ford Health System came across when preparing for MACRA. For additional MACRA resources, visit www.aha.org/MACRA.
Preparing for MACRA Part One featuring Dr. Gary Loyd, Anesthesiologist at Henry Ford Health System
The first podcast in the series moderated by Dr. Jay Bhatt, CMO and SVP, AHA and President, HRET features Dr. Gary Loyd, Anesthesiologist at Henry Ford Health System as he provides a physicians perspective on preparing for MACRA.
Preparing for MACRA Part Two featuring Ann Marie Creed, Vice President of Operations, Henry Ford Health System
The second podcast in the series moderated by Dr. Jay Bhatt, CMO and SVP, AHA and President, HRET features Ann Marie Creed, vice president of operations at Henry Ford Health System. She shares her views on preparing for MACRA with Dr. Gary Loyd and his team at Henry Ford.
Preparing for MACRA Part Three featuring Dr. Gary Loyd and Ann Marie Creed
The third podcast in the series moderated by Dr. Jay Bhatt, CMO and SVP, AHA and President, HRET features both Dr. Gary Loyd and Ann Marie Creed as they discuss lessons learned from preparing for MACRA and how they are moving forward.
Patient Safety and Quality Improvement featuring Dr. Adam Myers of Texas Health Physicians Group
Listen to the inaugural podcast featuring Adam Myers, MD. Dr. Adam Myers is Senior Vice President, Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Texas Health Physicians Group, and a past member of the AHA’s Committee on Clinical Leadership.
Patient Safety and Quality Improvement featuring Dr. Cheryl Hoying of Cincinnati Children’s Hospital
This podcast features Cheryl Hoying, PhD, RN discussing patient safety and quality improvement. Dr. Hoying is the Senior Vice President of Patient Services at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and is Chair-Elect of the AHA’s Committee on Clinical Leadership.
Race and Medicine: A Physician’s Perspective featuring Dr. Sachin H. Jain
Dr. Jain shares an excerpt from his article, “The Racist Patient” from the Annals of Internal Medicine and discusses the prescription for medical culture that allows patients to cross the line with racial discrimination, how to support all care providers with direct contact with difficult patients, and practitioner ideas and care delivery innovations to protect staff and provide better service. Dr. Jain is chief executive officer (CEO) at CareMore Health System, an innovative health plan & care delivery system, a consulting professor of medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine and a contributor at Forbes.
Resilience and Well-Being
Recruiting Doctors in Rural Areas featuring Ben Anderson, CEO, Kearny County Hospital
In this podcast Ben Anderson, CEO of Kearny County Hospital describes how a small, rural hospital on the brink of closing took a big chance on an unorthodox approach to recruit physicians including, offering four-day work weeks, limited on-call commitment and time off for international service work.
Addressing Domestic Abuse featuring Dr. Patrice Weiss of Carilion Clinic
Helping to halt domestic violence and child abuse has been a key focus for Carilion Clinic in Virginia. In this podcast Dr. Patrice Weiss, CMO of Carilion Clinic, talks about Carilion’s work in addressing domestic abuse in their community.
University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center’s 2-STOP Program to Address Violence featuring Mark Berg
Mark Berg, University of Texas MD Anderson’s Director of the Employee Assistance Program talks about the 2-STOP program, a multi-disciplinary response team that is a resource to patients, families, visitors, and employees. The response team is made up the University of Texas Police Department, risk management, employee health, employee assistance program and human resources that responds to any threat of violence.