"Jobs-to-be-done" theory is helping drive and reframe the way we understand emerging technologies. In this episode, we talk with technology leader Michael Johnson, Director of Innovation at Atrium Health, about the jobs-to-be-done framework, its relevance for healthcare artificial intelligence (AI), as well as the biggest changes and challenges on the healthcare technology horizon.Listen to the podcast or watch the recording of this episode.
Michael Johnson, Director of Innovation at Atrium Health Michael Johnson lives at the convergence of health, innovation and technology. At Atrium Health, he applies Design Thinking and #JTBD to Blockchain, VUI, AI and Machine Learning. In addition to leveraging technical innovations to accelerate the transformation of health, he also assists in cultivating strategic partnerships with both startups as well as corporate. Johnson received a master’s degree in healthcare administration and a master’s degree in business administration from Georgia State University.
This episode is all about patient engagement. We dive into the role of AI and other innovative technologies to support a more engaged patient, drive transparency, and help providers adjust to an environment of consumerism. To help us dig into this topic is Jeffery Fuller, MS, FACHE, Executive Director of Analytical Solutions for the UNC Health Care System.Listen to the podcast or watch the recording of this episode.
Jeff Fuller, the Executive Director of Analytical Solutions for the UNC Health Care System To serve the needs of whole person health, Jeff works every day to be a part of transformational change in healthcare delivery, not just incremental improvements. Jeff has a commitment to adopting value as a core principle in healthcare delivery through leadership, analytics, innovation, and product management. He has over 23 years of experience in healthcare operations and analytics; specifically focused on solving high value problems through effectively engaging with caregivers and stakeholders through intuitive tools and a consultative approach leading to revolutionary improvements. Jeff is most successful when caregivers and consumers are able to make better-informed decisions and spend less time tracking down critical information because the analytics engine and infrastructure produced by his team is reliable, relevant, timely, aligned, high quality, and consistent.
AI has a longer history with cancer care than most other areas within the healthcare system. But promises have been made that have yet to be realized. And the influence of genomics in unlocking the secrets to cancer treatment is still in its early stage. During this episode Amy Valley and our host, Tod Schlesinger, dive into the ways that AI is being applied to cancer care to more effectively manage pain, plan for end-of-life needs, and improve the patient experience. Listen to the podcast or watch the recording of this episode.
Amy Valley, VP, Clinical Strategy and Technology Solutions at Cardinal Health Specialty Solutions — Amy is responsible for leading strategy for clinical and business solutions for Cardinal Health Specialty Solutions physician office customers. She is also responsible for leading the Vital Source GPO team, which develops technology solutions and services to drive contract performance and to deliver value to our members, above and beyond our contract portfolio. Vital Source GPO is a multi-specialty group purchasing organization serving community physician office practices who provide specialty pharmaceuticals.
Jvion has selected Microsoft Azure to power the company's leading AI solution. During today's episode, Dr. Clifford Goldsmith and our host, Tod Schlesinger, talk about the potential for AI in healthcare and why this collaboration is helping bring AI to everyone, everywhere. Listen to the podcast or watch the recording of this episode.
Clifford Goldsmith, MD, Managing Director, US Provider Industry, Microsoft — Dr. Goldsmith has a life long passion and strong track record for developing innovative technology strategies to meet current and future healthcare demands. Within his role at Microsoft, Dr. Goldsmith designs and delivers the Healthcare Provider Strategy for the Microsoft's US Healthcare SalesTeams. He also develops technology strategies for transformative health including ACOs, PCMHs, Patient Engagement, and Population Health Analytics.
AI is providing an extendable, scalable pathway to effective primary disease prevention. Our guest Lara McCall and our host Todd Schlesinger discuss how Southeast Alabama Medical Center uses AI to drive the primary prevention of infections including sepsis. Listen to the podcast or watch the recording of this episode.
Lara McCall, Director Case Management, Southeast Alabama Medical Center, is a nursing executive leading the adoption of Artificial Intelligence (AI) at SAMC. Lara has served as a clinician for almost 20 years and has been a trailblazer in the discovery and implementation of emerging solutions aimed at improving patient health outcomes.
Not all AI is created equal and not all AI works for healthcare. In this episode our guest Robin Frady and our host Todd Schlesinger discuss the key attributes of an AI solution that helps reach industry care and quality goals while accommodating the complexities of the healthcare system. Listen to the podcast or watch the recording of our inaugural Healthcare AI episode.
Robin Frady, Executive Director, Business & Clinical Intelligence, Grady Health System, is a dynamic analytics and technology practitioner with expertise in data translation to drive meaningful clinical and operational action. In her role at Grady Memorial Hospital (Grady), Robin leads a diverse team of professionals focused on the implementation of transformative technologies. She has built a roadmap that streamlines reporting, increases self-service reporting and analytics, assesses data quality, and drives the applicable use of AI for the organization. This includes spearheading the integration of Grady's AI machine, which enables improvements in patient outcomes, reduces costs, and drives operational value for the organization. Robin is also instrumental in developing pioneering change management and engagement strategies that align to and enable emerging IT solutions.