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24Hr HomeCare’s PopHealth Podcast is here to provide various thought leaders of population health the opportunity and platform to discuss the different dynamics of population health, care transitions, and readmission prevention.
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Jan 16, 2017

Healthcare Futurist, Best-Selling Author & former Hospital CEO, Josh Luke, recently wrote that “Obamacare is D.O.A.” under the new administration.  That is a scary thought for millions of Americans now living with health insurance, and he recently joined Gavin & Zac to discuss.  Why does he think that an initial repeal could be largely ceremonial, how does he think most people will feel the impact of a repeal in 2017 and what do the nominations of Tom Price (Health & Human Services) and Seema Verma indicate about Trump’s vision of the future of the American healthcare system?  All this and more on this episode PopHealth Podcast.  Make sure to subscribe so you won’t miss upcoming episodes with CA Insurance Commissioner, Dave Jones, Chair of the Senate Health Committee, Dr. Ed Hernandez, and many more during these monumental changes!

Jan 9, 2017

Medicare Access and CHIP Re-Authorization Act (MACRA) is a mouthful and doesn’t necessarily jump off the page as a must-read, but in reality, it is about to change the way doctors can deliver (and bill for) better patient-centered care.  For example, did you know that a physician and a specialist cannot both bill for a visit on the same patient on the same day, or that a doctor couldn’t bill Medicare for time spent making phone calls to patients?  Gavin & Zac are joined by Dr. Ashby Wolff, Chief Medical Officer for the Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) Region-9, to talk about innovations like MACRA, Accountable Health Communities and Bundled Payment Programs that are shifting the way we deliver and receive healthcare.

Dec 22, 2016

How much face time do you or your loved ones actually get with your Primary Care Physician during doctor appointments…maybe 5-10 minutes?  Can you see your doctor whenever you need to, or do you need to book weeks in advance?  If you feel that the current system and access to your doctor is woefully insufficient, you’re not alone.  In fact, many primary care physicians would agree, and this is exact problem that Halcyon Health and Direct Primary Care are attempting to solve.  Gavin and Zac are joined by Dr. Emilie Scott and Dr. James Gaor, co-founders of Halcyon Health, to discuss their revolutionary approach to primary care where patient membership fees allow the doctors to take on a realistic case load and focus on quality rather than volume, and ultimately deliver better care.  Check us out on iTunes or online, and be sure to subscribe so you don’t miss any of our other exciting upcoming episodes!

Dec 14, 2016

As California’s Home Care Services Bureau approaches the end of it’s first full year in operation, PopHealth Podcast visits the Department of Social Services division to talk to the Program Directors.  Find out about the Bureau’s ongoing efforts to root out home care agencies operating illegally without a license, and what licensed Home Care Organizations can expect as the state’s unannounced visits begin next year when Evon and MacAulie sit down with Zac to chat CA State policy, enforcement and what’s to come.

Dec 5, 2016

Zac is joined by Ruth Zaltsmann, Bundled Payment for Care Initiatives (BPCI) Coordinator for one of California’s most influential hospital systems and one of the foremost experts on readmission prevention and alternative payment models. Ruth and Zac discuss the monumental changes of healthcare payment models, from fee-for-service to voluntary and mandatory bundled payments and what it means for hospitals, health systems and patients.

Nov 23, 2016

Social work leaders in healthcare from around the country discuss SSWLHC’s 2016 conference and some of the latest topics facing social workers in the healthcare space.

Nov 10, 2016

Coalition for Compassionate Care of California’s Executive Director Judy Thomas, JD discusses the work of her organization throughout the state as her not-for-profit group works to ensure that everyone who is seriously ill or near the end of life receives the compassionate care that they need and wish for.

Nov 2, 2016

Mark Hedstrom, Sr. VP of Global Operations at the Movember foundation joins the podcast to discuss the upcoming month of November and Movember’s efforts to spread the word about men’s health, with a special focus this year on mental health and suicide prevention.

Oct 26, 2016

Hospital and Healthcare leaders from Northern California and Southern California Share Their Wisdom and future Expectations from bundled payment and readmissions conferences held in September and October by the NRPC/NBPC.

Oct 6, 2016

Motion Picture and Television Fund’s Chief Innovation Officer Scott Kaiser, MD, joins the show to talk about the vast history of MPTF and service to individuals that have served the industry. Dr. Kaiser discusses some of the innovative programs and services , including a large focus on wellness for the community served by MPTF.

Sep 13, 2016

Various case management leaders and attendees from throughout the country speak with PopHealth Podcast from the Case Management Society of America’s National Conference in Long Beach, California. Guests discuss the benefits of attending the conference and some of the hot topics in their various regions.

Aug 31, 2016

Case Management Society of America’s (CMSA’s) Executive Director Cheri Lattimer joins PopHealth Podcast to discuss the history of CMSA, the national CMSA conference, how CMSA is impacting case managers nationally, and the hot topics of case management around the country.

Aug 17, 2016

Senator Tony Mendoza joins PopHealth Podcast to discuss Senate Bill 648, a bill that would require senior living referral agencies to register with the California Department of Social Services, become mandated reporters of elder abuse, and disclose the financial relationship with communities that are referred.

Aug 8, 2016

SeniorServ’s CEO Holly Hagler and Sr. Director Susan Papiri share about the upcoming Senior Care Hero Awards and the work in the community of SeniorServ. CEO and Founder of Alignment Healthcare, John Kao, the Lifetime Achievement Award Winner for the Senior Care Hero Awards, joins as well and shares about how his lifelong passion to lead through a servant-like heart has led him to innovative efforts in population health efforts across California and the nation.

Jul 22, 2016

CEO of Alzheimer’s Greater Los Angeles Susan Galeas and CEO of Alzheimer’s Orange County Jim McAleer bring great energy as they join the podcast to share about the great efforts of their leading organizations. The discussion touches on their organizations’ efforts to advocate on behalf of those dealing with Alzheimer’s Disease and other forms of dementia, as well as how families and health care professionals can have access to utilize their tremendous resources.

Jul 12, 2016

As 2016 brings home care into regulation in California, Government leaders McCaulie Feusahrens, Chief of the Home Care Services Bureau, and Evon Leonard, Chief of the Community Care Licensing Division, return to PopHealth Podcast and give updates on where companies stand in the licensure process, how the healthcare community can verify that a company is licensed, and what families can do to ensure their caregivers are registered.

Jun 27, 2016

Leaders from Partners in Care, a leading community based organization based in Southern California, share about some of the great work they are completing in multiple counties in Southern California. June Simmons, CEO, and Karol Matson, Registered Dietician, touch on care transitions work including the diabetes self-management program that PIC is spearheading throughout the communities they serve.

Jun 9, 2016

Healthcare leaders Chris Van Gorder (Scripps CEO), Josh Luke, and Others from the USC C-Suite Event Discuss Issues Around Bundled Payment and Population Health.

May 24, 2016

Global Transitional Care Founder and CEO Rani Khetarpal as well as Chief Nursing Officer Kelly Carter share how their organization, the first third-party Medicare Approved Provider Group dedicated to providing comprehensive clinical transitional care, is making waves in Southern California and beyond.

Apr 29, 2016

David Sayen returns for an update from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Service with a focus on bundled payments and how CMS is allowing for innovation with regard to how non-traditional support services are playing a role in beneficiaries’ health.

Apr 11, 2016

Leaders from Dignity Health, Sante, Northern Arizona Healthcare, the NPACC and others shared from the event focused on population health and care transitions.

Mar 23, 2016

The American Case Management Association Southern California and Arizona Chapters held their annual conferences recently.  Leaders from the ACMA such as Southern California’s president elect Jay Larrosa of Scripps Health, speaker/case management expert Marcia Colone of UCLA Health, and Arizona Chapter Board Member Vicky Mahn-DiNicola  visited to share their thoughts on the conferences and the happenings with the ACMA in the regions.

Mar 11, 2016

Scottsdale Health Partners' leaders Karen Vanaskie and David Baker joined PopHealth Podcast to discuss best practices in care coordination and technology utilization from a managed care perspective.

Feb 25, 2016

Home Care Services Bureau Chief McCaulie Feusahrens and Evon Lenerd, Chief of the Continuing Care Branch joined PopHealth Podcast to discuss the implementation of licensing of the non-medical homecare industry.  McCaulie and Evon touch on how home care organizations must now be licensed in the state of California and ways in which families can verify that companies are licensed as well as that caregivers are registered

Feb 15, 2016

Brooke Saunders, Chief Operating Officer for Kindred Healthcare’s California Hospital Division, discusses the critical importance of post-acute care in successfully managing Population Health, the value of long-term acute care (LTAC) hospitals in the healthcare continuum, and their role supporting recovery for the most critically ill patients.

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