The Healthcare Costing and Quality Podcast

In this podcast series, we discuss effective healthcare cost management and the relationship between cost and quality with hosts Bobbi Brown, and John Hansmann. Both are seasoned financial leaders within healthcare and strategic members of the Health Catalyst Professional Services team. From week-to-week, these two will consider the most pressing cost management topics and will interview some of the most interesting leaders from across healthcare. As a pilot, we are testing the potential of this podcast format to deliver meaningful and timely information to you. If you have any feedback, please do send it to info@healthcatalyst.com.
Release Date
April 3, 2018

Moving from fee-for-service to value-based care requires health system leaders to know with clarity the exact cost of procedures, tools used, labor, and facility utilization and yet too often organizations are operating with blind spots. During this episode, we will discuss these items as well as recommendations to get your data in order so that you are prepared for risk-based contracts. Join us for a productive conversation.

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Episode 02 – Resource Allocation
Release Date
April 3, 2018

Putting principles into practice is a proven way to change behavior. Using that approach, Tom Burton, co-founder of Health Catalyst, is also the Chief Fun Officer (CFO) and uses games to put outcomes improvement principles into a game called Spectrum. Join us to learn how game play can help your organization to teach in a non-threatening experience. Join us for a productive conversation.

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Episode 01 – Cost and Quality
Release Date
April 3, 2018

In this podcast series, we discuss effective cost management and healthcare with hosts Bobbi Brown, Senior Vice President in Professional Services and John Hansmann whose role is looking at operations and operations consulting. In today’s episode featuring Tom Burton, Co-Founder of Health Catalyst and Chief Improvement Officer, we explore the relationship between cost and quality, the importance of data, and how you can adopt an effective process for improving your systems and outcomes.

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