This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network / September 26th – 30th 2022
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This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network / September 26th – 30th 2022

Welcome to the weekly summary of what happened this week in the Outcomes Rocket Network! We got incredible episodes, and here’s what we got: 

 

  • We started this week with Marketing Mondays, in partnership with DIA Creative and host Andrea Borcea, which had a fantastic chat with Shawn Malloy, VP of Marketing at Curebase. Together, they discuss the challenge it’s been to do marketing for clinical trials and how they are changing the game in this area to a more patient-centric path. He explains how the market works with sponsors, physicians, and patients. Be sure to tune in here: bit.ly/MM-ShawnMalloy

 

  • On Tuesday with the first episode of the Research Confidential Podcast! In it, Joseph Kim talked with Brad Hightower, CEO at Hightower Clinical, about improvements that need to happen in clinical trial research. He spoke about how he believes inclusion and exclusion criteria should be reexamined to include a more general population set, how clinical trials suffer from a lack of standardization in processes, and workflows need to be more integrated. Tune in here: bit.ly/RC-BradHightower

 

  • On Wednesday, on the Sempre Health Podcast, Amy Brown, Founder & CEO of Authenticx, talked about the power of listening and conversational data in healthcare. She explained how Authenticx pulls insights from a vast bank of conversational data to help healthcare workers better understand their customers’ wants and needs in order to improve their service and decision-making, giving value to customer voices as a data source. Go listen to it here: bit.ly/SEMPRE-AmyBrown

 

  • We introduced the Insights Out Podcast! Natanya Wachtel, the founder of the New Solutions Network and evrmore.io, talked about the new show on the Outcomes Rocket Network, which will consist of conversations with the heads of leading organizations to understand how they are making their customer relationships work best and ways to improve operational efficiency. She encouraged listeners to check it out if they’re looking to increase their business performance with a mix of customer science and experience from herself and her guests. Tune in to listen here: bit.ly/IntroducingInsightsOut

 

  • On the Future of Global Informatics, TJ Southern had a chat with Debra Graham, Vice President of Clinical Informatics at Physicians Services Group of Florida. They talk about how she has worked from home for thirteen years to support staff nurses at the bedside and make their lives easier. They also discussed subjects like areas of opportunity for nurse informaticists, evidence-based practices, and the power of asking for what you want. Listen to it here: bit.ly/FOGI-DebraGraham

 

  • On Thursday, we had an episode of the Memora Health Care Delivery podcast where host Manav Sevak had over Bradley Kruger, system VP of patient experience at Advocate Aurora. With more than 20 years of background experience, Bradley shares how the patient experience has evolved through time, what the future looks like, and some of the challenges that they are currently facing when they redesign and rethink the healthcare experience. Tune in here: bit.ly/CD-BradleyKruger 

 

  • LabOps Leadership Podcast, Samantha Black, had a talk with John Curran, Vice President of Laboratory Operations at BostonGene, about his experience in LabOps management after having been a research scientist. He detailed the steps and decisions he took throughout his career that led him to BostonGene where he oversees laboratory operations around the development of a platform that harnesses the sequencing of RNA and DNA to get insights into patients’ diseases. He also discussed subjects like process automation and integration, and employee Retention. Tune in here: bit.ly/LabOps-JohnCurran 
  • On our main channel, the Outcomes Rocket Podcast, Saul Marquez spoke with Jason Rose, CEO of AdhereHealth, and Kal Vepuri, founder and CEO of Hero Health. They talked with me about how the partnership between their companies can improve medication adherence with technology. They explained how the alliance between Adhere and Hero plans to synchronize all the medications a patient might have to take and deliver them at once, so they can pour them directly into the Hero smart dispenser and solve the daily challenge many individuals have, ensuring they or the people they take care of, happily take their medication. Listen to this episode here: bit.ly/JasonRose-KalVepuri

 

  • The Everyone Hates Healthcare Podcast had an episode where Saul Marquez shared three different stories that are personal or close to him and will give you advice on navigating healthcare today. Some of the subjects discussed in these are the medical profession, patient-provider trust, and innovation and entrepreneurship in healthcare. bit.ly/EHH-SaulMarquez

 

Tune in every week to expand your horizons on various subjects in this industry! See you next week!

 

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This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network / September 26th – 30th 2022

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Saul Marquez:
Hey Outcomes Rocket listeners, welcome back to the Outcomes Rocket Network summary for the week. We have had such an incredible amount of content from all of our show hosts, just so excited for all the podcasts that we’re showcasing here, all healthcare focused, all intended to bring you the insights that you need to make, the moves to make your business, your organization world-class in healthcare.

Saul Marquez:
We started the week with Marketing Mondays in partnership with DIA Creative and host Andreea Borcea, which had a fantastic chat with Shawn Malloy, VP of Marketing at CureBase. Together they discussed the challenge it’s been to do marketing for clinical trials and how they’re changing the game in this area to a more patient-centric path. He explains how the market works with sponsors, physicians, and patients. Be sure to tune in to that for your marketing insights.

Saul Marquez:
On Tuesday with the first episode of Research Confidential podcast, Joe Kim talked with Brad Hightower, the CEO of Hightower Clinical, about improvements that need to happen in clinical trial research. He spoke about how he believes inclusion and exclusion criteria should be re-examined to include a more general population set, how clinical trials suffer from lack of standardization and process, and also workflows need to be more integrated. They also discuss sort of the role of the physician and how that’s done a 180, where more physicians are actually wanting to be more engaged in clinical trials and what that looks like. Tune in to Research Confidential for more about how research is being done in healthcare and pharma.

Saul Marquez:
On Wednesday on the Sempre Health Podcast, Amy Brown, founder and CEO of Authenticx, talked about the power of listening and conversational data and healthcare. The outstanding host there, Kyle Wildnauer-Haigney, which you know and have gotten to. To learn a lot about from Outcomes Rocket pharma we actually, their show is now called the Sempre Health Podcast. On the podcast with him she explained how Authenticx pulls insights from a vast bank of conversational data to help healthcare workers better understand their customers wants, needs in order to improve their service and decision-making, giving value to customer voices as a data source. Listen to that on the Sempre Health Podcast. And by the way, I’ll go through all the podcasts that we launch this week, and all of the links to those podcasts are actually in the show notes of this particular podcast summary, so something that I’m going through resonates with you rather than having to go hunt and peck for it, it’s available in the show notes. Just making it easy for you guys and gals.

Saul Marquez:
In addition to the podcast, we actually launched a new one. It’s called the Insights Out Podcast with Dr. Natanya Wachtel. She’s the founder of New Solutions Network and also evrmore.io. She talked about the new show on the Outcomes Rocket, what that show’s going to be about, and the heads of leading organizations to understand what they’re doing with their customer relationships, how those work in the best way, how to improve operational efficiency. She encouraged listeners to check out the podcast to increase their business performance with a mix of customer science and experience for herself and her guests. So she’s going to be diving into a lot of the, the science and a lot of the thought behind business success in healthcare. So you’ll want to make sure you dive into the Insights Out podcast.

Saul Marquez:
On the Future of Global Informatics, the amazing TJ Southern had a chat with Debra Graham, vice president of Clinical Informatics at Physician Services Group of Florida. They talked about how she’s worked from home for 13 years to support staff nurses at the bedside and also make their lives easier. They discuss subjects like the areas of opportunity for nurse informaticist, evidence-based practices, and the power of asking for what you want. Make sure you listen to that on Future of Global Informatics with TJ Southern.

Saul Marquez:
On Thursday, we had an episode with Memora Healthcare Delivery podcast where the outstanding Manav Sevak had Bradley Kruger, System VP of Patient experience at Advocate Aurora. With more than 20 years of background experience, Bradley shares how the patient experience has evolved through time and how the future is looking as it relates to patient experience and some of the challenges that they are currently facing when they are thinking through the redesign of the healthcare experience. It is a topic that is central to a lot of conversations that provider organizations, as well as healthcare companies, device companies, pharma companies wanting to support care delivery, you’re going to want to tune in to that one. And also kudos to Manav for, for getting nominated, one of the top 100 leaders in healthcare. So kudos, Manav. So exciting to see you and the work that you’re up to.

Saul Marquez:
On the LabOps Leadership podcast, Dr. Samantha Black had a talk with John Curran, the vice president of laboratory operations at BostonGene, about his experience in labops, and labops again, laboratory operations. He’s really taken this neat perspective and approach during his career that led him to BostonGene, where he oversees laboratory operations around the development of a platform that harnesses the sequencing of RNA and DNA to get insights into patients diseases. He also discusses subjects like process automation and integration and employee retention. Make sure you tune in to check that one out on the LabOps Leadership podcast.

Saul Marquez:
Our main channel, the Outcomes Rocket. I spoke with Jason Rose, the CEO of Adhere Health, as well as Kal Puri, the CEO of Hero Health. They, they spoke with me about the partnership between their two companies and how they’re working to improve medication adherence with technology. They explain how the alliance between both companies plans to synchronize all the medications a patient might have to take and deliver them at once so they could pour them directly into the hero smart dispenser and solve a daily challenge many individuals have, which is ensuring they or the people they that that care for them happily take their medication. They share what this device looks like, it’s really small and I think could be a game changer. So you’re going to want to learn about that.

Saul Marquez:
And finally, the Everyone Hates Healthcare podcast, which by the way, I love the name. Good friend of mine, Michael Schwartz. He’s the president at Health Karma. He’s the host for that podcast. The podcast is focused around storytelling, and he’s done a great job of, of making sure we’re keeping the consumer at the center of the discussion. And on his podcast, actually, he had me as, as the host. So this is actually the first time I’ve ever been a guest on my podcast. I’ve done over 100 of these, and now I’m a guest on my own podcast, which is kind of cool. He shared his experiences, but then he had me, where I talk about some of the stories that are close to me and I share some of my healthcare experiences. You could guess with the podcast, like everyone hates healthcare, I share not so positive story around my healthcare experience and ways that I feel we could do a better job in healthcare. And so super excited for, for you guys to take a, take a listen to that one as well as all of the ones that I’ve shared today.

Saul Marquez:
So make sure that you check out the podcast links to every single one of the podcasts that we’ve summarized here today. And our mission is to give you the most insightful information that will take your business and your organization in healthcare to the next level. Thanks for tuning in and for insights and feedback, again, I invite you to send me a message to Saul@outcomesrocket.com, that’s S A U L@outcomesrocket.Com or leave us a message on LinkedIn we post every single podcast episode on LinkedIn and we always invite a discussion collaboration and want to hear your thoughts. So thank you again for listening and looking forward to seeing you again next week.

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