The Race to Value Podcast

The Race to Value Podcast


Latest Episodes

The Tipping Point for Value-Based Care, with Tyler Wilson
October 19, 2020

Today’s episode follows Austin Regional Clinic (ARC), a large multi-specialty medical group that serves over 500,000 patients in Austin, Texas. Founded in 1980 as an HMO, ARC is coming full-circle ...

Bridging the Digital Divide and Advancing Health Equity, with Christina Severin
October 12, 2020

There are over 1,300 Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in our country providing a healthcare lifeline for more than 28 million Americans living in underserved areas of the country. The vast majority of these ...

Advancing Diversity in the US Nursing Workforce to Reduce Disparities in Care
October 07, 2020

In this virtual panel discussion, Dr. Ernest Grant (President of the American Nurses Association), Dr. Jan Jones-Schenk (Senior Vice President – College of Health Professions, WGU), and Jason Thompson (Vice ...

The Infinite Game in Healthcare Innovation, with Dan McMaster
October 05, 2020

Most people know that 3M as a massive industrial conglomerate, a Fortune 500 company with 60,000 products that include Post-It notes, Scotch tape, sandpaper, hanging hooks, band-aids and more. A ...

Transitioning to Value during Unprecedented Times, with Mike Funk
September 28, 2020

The importance of Humana’s consumer focus, care in the home, technology, and other strategic imperatives related to value-based care have been amplified by the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. As COVID-19 ...

Clinical Integration is the Answer, with Lisa M. Trumble
September 21, 2020

Many industry insiders believe that health system-led ACOs are inherently disadvantaged to demonstrate value-based care in an environment where most revenue is still generated in fee-for-service. In moving to value, ...

Creating a Culture of Improvement and Innovation, with Jen Moore
September 14, 2020

MaineHealth Accountable Care Organization (MHACO) serves a uniquely heterogeneous population that is spread across coastal, rural, and urban communities with multiple different cultural components. And they serve the oldest population ...

Realizing the Vision of Advanced Primary Care, with Dr. Jed Constantz
September 08, 2020

Primary care is especially compromised in the ongoing pandemic crisis. PCPs are uniquely vulnerable to the deleterious economic effects of COVID-19, since most of their revenue still comes from in-person visits which have plummeted since March amid wid...

Leading a Quality Improvement Revolution, with Stephanie Mercado
August 31, 2020

Quality in health care has been a hot topic for over 20 years, ever since the landmark report, To Err is Human, which declared that up to 100,000 people die ...

Overcoming the Limitations of Medicine with True Palliative Care, with Dr. Tim Ihrig
August 24, 2020

Palliative care, and the role it plays in health value, is difficult for many people to understand because it runs so contra to the linear algorithm that is allopathic medicine. Curative care – played ...