Featuring interviews with healthcare leaders challenging the status quo.
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Actualizing the opportunity with advanced AI with Eric Topol
Dr. Eric Topol, Professor and Executive Vice-President of Scripps Research, and Founder and Director of its Scripps Research Translational Institute, talks about using advanced AI to restore the doctor-patient relationship, moving from vision to reality with GPT-4 and multimodal AI, and more.
Generative AI is the future with Michael Hasselberg
Dr. Michael Hasselberg, Chief Digital Health Officer at University of Rochester Medical Center, talks about lessons learned from having early access to GPT-4, how his health system tackled the patient messaging challenge using advanced AI technology, and more.
Responsible AI and its application in healthcare with Ilana Golbin
Ilana Golbin, Director and Responsible AI Lead at PwC, helps us define responsible AI, understand how organizations should approach it, explores its application in healthcare, and more.
Generative AI, LLMs and the future of healthcare with Mona Baset
Mona Baset, Vice President, Digital Services at Intermountain Health, shares thoughts on the consumer experience of healthcare, the role of Design Thinking in the industry, the impact of advanced AI, ChatGPT, large language models, and more.
AI, machine learning and large language models in healthcare with Kevin Huang
Kevin Huang, Head of Data and Machine Learning at Notable, breaks down some of the most buzzworthy terms and complex concepts in the field of artificial intelligence and explains how each applies to healthcare.
Healthcare's ‘human band aid’ approach no longer works with Bri Buch
Bri Buch, Head of Patient Access Solutions at Notable, shares her views on what patient access in healthcare looks like today versus what it should look like, and she explores common pitfalls that healthcare organizations encounter when looking to implement automation technology.
Dr. Manish Naik
Reasons for optimism in healthcare
Dr. Manish Naik, Chief Medical Officer and CMIO at Austin Regional Clinic (ARC), shares his views on how the payment model in healthcare needs to shift, how to address healthcare’s staffing challenges, two big reasons why he’s optimistic about the future of the industry, and much more.
Dr. Robert Wachter
Why we have to completely reimagine the work in healthcare
Dr. Robert Wachter, Professor and Chair of the Department of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco (UCSF), explains the key to unlocking the productivity advantage of technology for healthcare, and much more.
Dr. Patrick Cawley
Driving true digital transformation
“We must change the way we deliver care.” Dr. Patrick Cawley, CEO of MUSC Health and Executive Vice President for Health Affairs at the Medical University of South Carolina, shares his approach to digital transformation, identifies the primary problem facing the industry for the next decade, and much more.
Dr. Susan Turney
Rural health care was in a crisis before the pandemic
Dr. Turney shares her views and personal experiences with health care equity in leadership and care delivery, and the potential of digital workforces to fill operational and staffing gaps.
Dr. Benjamin Schwartz
Focusing on health system culture is a catalyst for change navigation
Dr. Schwartz shares his approach to culture-building at a health system, how he thinks about building vs buying technology, change management in integrating a new health system, and more.
True interoperability requires an integrated health care approach
Aneesh Chopra, the president of CareJourney discusses the role of data and analytics in healthcare reform, our progress toward interoperability and his role as the first U.S. Chief Technology Officer during the Obama administration.
Redefining the framework for quality and value-based care
Dr. Muthu Alagappan, CMO at Notable chats with Puneet Singh, the CEO of Quartet Health on the opportunity for value-based care, how he is solving for staffing shortages in the digital health space, how to assess a technology partnership, and more.
Dr. Toby Cosgrove
Caregiver burnout is our biggest challenge
Dr. Toby Cosgrove discusses his career path from a physician and acclaimed surgeon to CEO of a leading health system. He also provides his perspective on healthcare industry challenges, like labor shortages and rising inflation, and his advice on evaluating technology partnerships.
Is healthcare getting digital transformation wrong?
Dr. Muthu Alagappan, CMO at Notable, and Carle Falk, Head of Research at Notable, explore lessons learned from their work with 100s of healthcare providers on how to drive digital transformation effectively.
Hosted by Dr. Aaron Neinstein, a practicing physician and the Chief Medical Officer for Notable, each episode offers thought-provoking insights on how to redefine what’s possible for patients, providers, and staff.
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