Brooke Hollis and Jim Sherman, two experts in senior living design, architecture, and financing, speak on the future of senior living communities post COVID-19 pandemic, how to research communities for your loved ones, and why future healthcare workers should consider senior living as a career.
In this unique episode, join us as we discuss the story of Tom Petty and addiction medicine in the United States. Joined by Penny Mills, former CEO of the American Society of Addiction Medicine and Cathy Bartell, current Associate Director of the Sloan Program in Health Administration at Cornell University.
Clifford E. Barnes is a Member of the Firm Epstein Baker Green in the Health Care and Life Sciences practice in the firm's D.C., and New York offices for over thirty five years and serves as Co-Chair of the firm's Health Plan Compliance Group. Mr. Barnes represents providers, including hospitals, nursing homes; managed care companies, concentrating in Medicare and Medicaid; and non-profit associations.
Mr. Barnes discusses his career in health law, leaders that have meaningfully impacted him, and invites an introspective look at our approach to healthcare.
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Join Health Conscious as Dr. Dan Gentry, President and CEO of the Association of University Programs in Health Administration speaks about the future of health administration education, tips for students and young careerists, and more.
Dr. Dan Gentry has also served as the program director and professor at St. Louis University, Rush University Medical Center, University of Memphis, and the University of Iowa.
Tracey Scraba is the Chief Privacy Officer at CVS Health. Before, she served in the same role at Aetna, helping guide the two countries through their blockbuster merger. Tracey received as B.S., M.P.H, and J.D. all from the University of Connecticut. On this International Privacy Day, Tracey discusses the importance of privacy in healthcare, and how patients and healthcare leaders can better prioritize it in their own lives.
Derick Simmons graduated the Sloan Program in Health Administration at Cornell University in 2019 with his MHA. Prior, he received a B.S. in Management and Organizations from Brigham Young University. Since, Derick worked at SSM Health as a Transformation and Strategy Consultant before moving to Rock Health as a Consulting Analyst.
Derick speaks regarding the unique career paths found in venture capital and transformation within healthcare, and the importance of mentor and culture when searching for opportunities.
Marla Beyer graduated from Cornell University's Johnson School of Management with an MBA/MHA just one year ago. However, while she was there she found a unique need for digital behaviroal health services for pediatric patients and founded her company, Hopscotch. Marla joins Christian and Payton to speak about digital behaviroal health, give some entrepreneurial advice, and highlight the challenges she's faced in launching her own company.
More about Hopscotch: https://www.get-hopscotch.com
Nancy Schlichting is the former CEO of Henry Ford Health System in Detroit, Michigan. In addition to that role, Nancy has chaired the Commission on Care, appointed by President Barack Obama, to research ways to improve the Department of Veterans Affairs, and serves on multiple boards, including Walgreens Boots Alliance and Duke University Health System. Nancy has also authored a book entitled "Unconventional Leadership."
More on Nancy Schlichting: https://www.nancyonleadership.com/nancy-schlichting/
Dr. Jared Tadje is an orthopedic surgeon from Idaho and the head of Tadje Orthopedics. Dr. Tadje received his undergraduate degree at Brigham Young University and his medical degree at the University of Virginia where he published several pieces of research on sports injuries on shoulders and knees. Dr. Tadje completed his residence at the University of Michigan. Dr. Tadje has travelled around the world, including to Nepal, to perform surgeries in underserved areas.
Now, Dr. Tadje speaks to Health Conscious about the challenges of running small private practices, and the ways he navigates being both a provider and an administrator.
Joseph De Los Santos is a 2019 alumnus of the Sloan Program in Health Administration here at Cornell University, and the founder of the Health Conscious Podcast. Joseph is currently a member of the Emerging Leaders Program at Blue Shield of California and speaks on introductory careers in the health payor space.
More about Blue Shield of California's Emerging Leader Program: https://tinyurl.com/y4njrs4v