November 16, 2020
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.
November 2, 2020
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
October 19, 2020
Devin Larsen is the President and COO of Blue Cloud Pediatric Surgery Centers, a private-equity backed firm delivering outpatient surgeries to children. Devin sits down with hosts Payton Isner and Christian Tadje to talk more about Blue Cloud, private-equity healthcare, and pediatric access.
More about Blue Cloud: https://bluecloudpsc.com
October 5, 2020
During a pandemic, Chirsta Nunez has taken the classroom where it makes the most sense: outdoors! Her Outdoor School, in conjunction with her Learning Farm and Khuba International, is looking to keep students learning in new ways, and about new topics, to open their minds and make a difference.
Learn more at: https://khubainternational.org
September 21, 2020
Dr. Nicolas Ziebarth is an associate professor in Cornell's Policy Analysis and Management Department and an economist focusing on the benefits of paid sick leave for employees. In today's episode, Payton and Christian speak to Dr. Ziebarth on the importance of paid sick leave accessibility during the COVID-19 pandemic.
More of Dr. Ziebarth's work can be found at: https://www.human.cornell.edu/people/nrz2
October 21, 2019
This week we have our conversation with Cathy Bartel, a Sloan Executive-In-Residence with a long career in healthcare administration. We will learn more about a Stop & Shop strike that happened earlier this year in Connecticut and how it might be a microcosm of the larger healthcare industry.
May 21, 2019
This week we have our conversation with Norbert McCloskey, Executive Director of the Ithaca Free Clinic! We will learn a little bit about Norb, the Ithaca Free Clinic and the wider scape in working to provide healthcare access to disadvantaged folks.
To get involved or donate at the Ithaca Health Alliance (Ithaca Free Clinic) please go to www.ithacahealth.org.
April 23, 2019
This week we have the follow-up to our conversation with Tony German, Executive Director of the Cornell University Sloan Program in Health Administration! In this wide-ranging conversation, Tony shows us how he navigated his prolific career as a surgery center administrator, tells us what brought him full circle back to Ithaca, and imparts some wisdom to new graduates on how to begin their new careers with integrity.
April 8, 2019
This week we have Mara Daiker, MS, CPHIMS, RHIA, SHIMSS, Director, Professional Development HIMSS North America, on the show with Freddy Terrazas Escamilla guest hosting! In this conversation, Mara talks about her background leading to her position at HIMSS, the HIMSS19 Global Conference (which was awesome and so much fun) and opportunities for young professionals to get involved.
March 21, 2019
This week we have Tony German, Executive Director of the Cornell University Sloan Program in Health Administration, on the show! In this wide-ranging conversation, Tony shows us how he navigated his prolific career as a surgery center administrator, tells us what brought him full circle back to Ithaca, and imparts some wisdom to new graduates on how to begin their new careers with integrity.