Insurance claims adjusters sit at the fulcrum point of profit and loss for insurance companies, hospitals, and physician practices. Due to the nature of their jobs (particularly medical claims adjusters), they must have a highly diverse skill set and a significant level of knowledge across those skills.
Staying updated on the numerous changes that are constantly taking place within their discipline as well as the broader healthcare continuum requires them to have a love of learning. They must also have a way to absorb that new knowledge in a limited amount of available time.
Podcasts are an ideal way to learn, keep up with the latest news, and be entertained while commuting to work or other multitasking scenario opportunities that happen in their day. The 50 podcasts below cover a range of topics integral and of interest to claims adjusters, from insights and opinions on the latest legislative news impacting the healthcare industry, to tips and guidance for professional claims adjusters, insurance industry news, and more. If you’re looking for an easy way to stay on top of the latest insights and happenings, these podcasts are worth a listen.
This podcast focuses on educating new and seasoned claims adjusters via high profile guests and thought leaders in the industry. Listeners gain actionable advice on best practices and issues affecting adjusters across the country.
Three episodes we like from Adjuster Talk Podcast:
- What's It Like For a First Time Adjuster with Jimmy Sizemore
- Staying Committed to Learning the Adjusting Industry with Paul Wilcox
- Property Appraising to Insurance Adjusting with Mark Koncz
The people, issues, and regulations of the Florida insurance market may be the focus with the "The Florida Insurance Roundup," but there is plenty of universal knowledge in the Property & Casualty, Healthcare, Workers' Compensation, and Surplus lines of insurance, as well.
Three episodes we like from The Florida Insurance Roundup from Lisa Miller & Associates:
This podcast is sponsored by the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and is geared towards professionals working directly or tangentially with healthcare financial management, such as claims managers. The podcast series presents insights from leading industry experts on a range of topics in healthcare finance for those working with hospitals and health systems, health plans, and physician practices, among others. The podcast covers issues like payment processes, analytics, data-driven care, data mining, and much more.
Three episodes we like from Voices in Healthcare Finance Podcast:
- 2019: The Year of the Healthcare Consumer
- A Clean (Hospital) Bill of Health
- An Inside View of Hospital Disaster Preparedness
This podcast comes from reimbursement and recovery solutions provider Besler and primarily focuses on Medicare and Medicaid. It also provides a sweeping view of healthcare finance, from the administrative to the regulatory. This includes topics focused on claims and billing, Medicaid payment methodologies, and the regulatory issues surrounding them. Other areas include updated approaches to revenue cycle management, risk adjustment, audits, private insurer pricing changes, dealing with RAC denials, emerging payment models, and changes in healthcare policy.
Three episodes we like from The Besler Hospital Finance Podcast:
- Denial management strategies
- Exploring top revenue cycle issues
- Recap from American Health Lawyers Association Institute on Medicare and Medicaid Payment Issues
Relentless Health Value is a podcast for business leaders working for payer/insurance carrier and provider organizations as well as pharmaceutical, medical device, patient advocacy, and other health care organizations. The podcast brings together a panel of expert guests that discuss ways to improve population health while managing costs and enabling accurate revenue intake.
Three episodes we like from Relentless Health Value:
- EP224: Underestimate Employers at Your Peril, With Suzanne Delbanco, PhD, Executive Director of Catalyst for Payment Reform
- EP222: How to Get Real Results From Your Innovation Department, With Naomi Fried, CEO of Health Innovation Strategies
- EP220: Episodes of Care Payments: A Lower-Risk Way to Take On Risk, With François de Brantes of Remedy Partners
This podcast looks at issues related to Physician Coding, Billing, Reimbursement, Compliance, and Medical Industry Revenue opportunities. It’s hosted by 30-year coding and billing veteran consultant Terry Fletcher, who delivers over 100 specialty coding seminars, teleconferences, and webinars every year.
Three episodes we like from CodeCast Podcast:
- Insurance Claim Denials
- Waiving deductibles and copays – is it legal?
- The CORRECT information for the 2019 E/M documentation update from CMS
From the Trenches is a healthcare analytics podcast from leading solutions and analytics company Cotiviti. The show explores the latest trends in healthcare quality and performance analytics, risk adjustment coding validation, clinical claims validation, payment integrity, and data management.
Three episodes we like from From the Trenches:
- Episode 13 - A path to success in the changing data management landscape
- Episode 12 - Fighting healthcare fraud and abuse with NHCAA
- Episode 10 - How risk adjustment coding validation gives health plans more certainty
This is a new podcast from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) that covers CMS-related policies, updates, and innovations. The emphasis is on billing and payment issues surrounding a broad number of platforms across the healthcare continuum. Two episodes have been released at the time of this writing, with more to come.
Two episodes we like from Beyond the Policy:
The IA Path’s Independent Adjuster Podcast offers useful tips and guidance for independent adjusters and those aspiring to embark on the independent adjuster career path. Founded in October 2016, the Independent Adjuster Podcast provides education and encouragement for auto damage and auto catastrophic adjusters.
Three episodes we like from Independent Adjuster Podcast:
- IA 118: Hail and the Best Adjuster Licenses to Get for Hail Deployments
- IA 117 The Secret to Being a First Call Adjuster
- IA110: What Questions Would You Have on Your First Day as an IA
While this podcast covers the broad topic of healthcare policy, medical claims examiners can benefit from its updated information on policies that affect their jobs working with physician practices and hospitals such as the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and CMS, policy changes, private sector healthcare reimbursement, and more. This podcast features experts from leading healthcare organizations, healthcare system leaders, and regulatory/policy experts.
Three episodes we like from The Healthcare Policy Podcast:
- Harold Miller Discusses Improving Medicare's Alternative Payment Models (April 9th)
- Interview with America's Health Insurance Plans' (AHIP) CEO Matt Eyles (March 19th)
- Status of the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund, Will It Run Out of Funds, A Conversation with Michael Barasch (October 29th)
While this podcast is generally geared towards medical group practice executives and administrators, medical claims examiners and billing supervisors that fall into the executive classification within hospitals and group practices can also gain valuable insights. The podcast covers topics of interest such as dealing with the emergence of telehealth reimbursement, audits, risk management, revenue cycle management, and much more.
Three episodes we like from MGMA Insights:
- Insider: Tim Smith on Physician Compensation Valuations and Data Mythbusting
- Insider: Frank Cohen on Evidence-based Thinking
- Insider: Shelly Waggoner on The New Workforce Employment Culture
This workers’ compensation podcast is hosted by Alan S. Pierce, a nationally recognized trial attorney and author. Episodes cover all aspects of workers’ compensation from a legal perspective.
Three episodes we like from Workers’ Compensation Matters:
- Drug Formularies in Workers’ Comp—Good for Injured Workers?
- Subrogation and Workers’ Compensation Liens on Third Party Settlements.
- How Millennials and Work Remotes are Impacting Workers’ Comp
The California Work Comp Report is aimed at California Workers' Compensation Professionals as well as injured workers. The podcast offers a series of interviews with professional expert Dr. John Alchemy, covering all aspects of Workers' Compensation Claims in California as well as current events and California workers’ comp news.
Three episodes we like from California Work Comp Report:
- The Challenges of Work Comp Clinics
- Data Integrity: The 10,000 Foot View
- AMA Guides Section 1.2 Rating Tool
"Accidentally" is a monthly podcast offered by the International Association of Industrial Accident Boards and Commissions (IAIABC). Listeners will gain insights, ideas, and information on workers' compensation issues. These podcasts discuss industry innovations, ask compelling questions, and a look forward to the future of workers' compensation.
Three episodes we like from Accidentally:
- What Makes You a Workers' Comp Superhero?
- Is Universal Coverage Desirable for Work Comp?
- Portable Benefits: How Could They Affect Workers' Comp?
This podcast is aimed at chiropractic practices and how best to navigate the claims management process for Medicare claims. This includes Medicare coding, charting, and billing processes for chiropractic, code management, and more.
Three episodes we like from Billing Buddies:
- Changing of the Codes; ICD-10 and CPT Codes
- Insurance and Credit Cards - Streamlining Your Cash Flow in the New Year
- Replacing Modifier 59 with X-Codes
The RCM360 Drive Time podcast is targeted to physician practice management and claims professionals. Physician practice back-office personnel gain access to insights on revenue cycle management, claims streamlining, billing and collections process efficiency, quality reporting, and more.
Three episodes we like from RCM360 Drive Time:
- Driving Business Revenue Through Quality Reporting
- How to get into the smooth lane with Medicare and Medicaid claims
- The Cost of AR Follow Up
This podcast from health care cost containment consulting organization The Phia Group, LLC provides a big-picture view of payer/provider cooperation. The podcast series centers on areas like claim negotiation, plan documentation, and other areas that are designed to control costs while protecting plans.
Three episodes we like from Phia Group Empowering Plans:
- Empowering Plans: P67 – Employee Takeover: Self-Funded Health Plans from the Member's POV
- Empowering Plans: P59 - Talkin’ with TPAC
- Empowering Plans: P57 - AHPs: Will They Live Up to the Hype?
The Business of Healthcare is a twice-monthly podcast from the Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management. The center is based at the Naveen Jindal School of Management at The University of Texas at Dallas. The show, like the Center, brings together business leaders and other forward-thinkers to discuss how best to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, increasingly complex healthcare industry.
Three episodes we like from The Business of Healthcare Podcast:
- The Business of Healthcare, Episode 33: The Role of Primary-Care Physicians in Transition to Value-Based Care
- The Business of Healthcare, Episode 32: The Evolution of Telemedicine to Virtual Health
- The Business of Healthcare, Episode 31: Massively Replicating Existing Fixes in Healthcare
This podcast provides coders and claims adjusters with updated information on ICD-10. The podcast features special guests that discuss current challenges and implementations of ICD-10 as well as information about the upcoming ICD-11.
Three episodes we like from Talk Ten Tuesdays:
- Peer-to-Peer Reviews: Virtually Speaking
- 2020 Changes in Risk-Adjusted Reimbursement
- Surprise Balance Billing Issues: Part II
The Healthcare Happy Hour podcast comes from the National Association of Health Underwriters. The episodes recap the week’s top issues in healthcare and health insurance politics and policy.
Three episodes we like from Healthcare Happy Hour:
- Surprise! Balance Billing & Medicare’s “Two-Midnight” Rule
- Hearing More on Healthcare
- Special Guest Jeff Smedsrud Joins the Healthcare Happy Hour to Review Nuances of Short-Term Plans
This podcast, sponsored by DHIS Software, brings together some of the most influential healthcare CEOs to discuss how they are building their companies and transforming healthcare. Topics are of interest to all healthcare professionals, including medical claims adjusters and managers, with topics such as disruptive companies in healthcare insurance, alternative payments, billing payment innovations, and much more.
Three episodes we like from Breaking Health Podcast:
- GoodRx Co-CEO Doug Hirsch Flipping Pharmacy Pricing on Its Head Through Transparent Price Shopping
- Insider Susan DeVore on Reducing Waste and the Path to Alternative Payments in Healthcare
- On the Eve of DHIS, Flare Capital’s Bill Geary Shares Top Seven Health Tech/Digital Health Truisms
This is an all-encompassing podcast from Kaiser Health News that looks at health insurance from all sides with top health policy reporters from The New York Times, The Washington Post, Politico, and other media outlets. This is a broad legislation-based look at health insurance and policy from a Washington perspective.
Three episodes we like from What the Health?:
- Surprise! Fixing Surprise Medical Bills Is Harder Than it Looks
- Insurance Enrollment Is Lagging — And There Are Lots Of Reasons Why
- Coming Soon: ‘Long-Term Short-Term’ Plans
Rather than a single podcast, this is more of a compendium of podcasts offered by the Insurance Journal that covers all aspects of insurance claims. With ongoing podcasts such as On Point, Claims Insights, and many others, listeners can learn about topics ranging from the latest on InsureTech to Medicare secondary payor provisions, workers’ comp, and beyond.
Three episodes we like from Insurance Journal Podcasts:
- “Discussion Partners” Are Strongest Client Relationships
- Mitchell International’s Hatamian Discusses Workers’ Comp Tech Transformation
- From Sticky Notes and Coffee Stains to Digital Claim Files
This podcast provides those within the claims industry, specifically those working with workers’ comp claims, with news updates of what’s happening in the industry from every angle week by week. Listeners can learn about everything from the latest on the outcomes of major claims cases to regulatory, legal, and technology changes that are newsworthy and have the potential to impact their industry.
Three episodes we like from WorkCompAcademy Weekly News Update:
Adjusters International’s Podcast Series features conversations with property and casualty insurance experts who discuss the current issues facing first-party claims. Each episode focuses on a particular pressing topic impacting the industry, with real-life examples and first-hand experiences from thought leaders.
Three episodes we like from Adjusters International Podcast Series:
- Ordinance or Law Coverage: Code for Recovery!
- Proving an Insured Loss: Policyholders Need Experts Too!
- When Disasters Become Real: Our Public Adjusters' Recollection of Memorable Cases
This podcast from revenue cycle and business process management consulting firm Navigant focuses on healthcare leader discussions about issues facing providers, payers, and patients. Topics include reducing revenue loss and denial risk, Coding, audit, and CDI changes, bundled payments, and more.
Three episodes we like from Navigant On Healthcare Podcast Series:
- The Role of Revenue Integrity in Reducing Revenue Loss, Payment Denial Risk
- AdventHealth Quality Expert's Insights on the Impact of Payer-Provider Collaboration on Care Management
- A Quality and Cost Comparison of Academic and Non-Academic Hospitals
This podcast from managed outsource solutions company Outsource Strategies International provides updated information on the latest medical billing and coding guidelines, revenue cycle management, practice workflow, and reimbursement improvements. Some salient topics for practice claims adjusters include strategies for preventing medical necessity denials and maximizing practice reimbursements.
Three episodes we like from Outsource Strategies International Podcasts:
- Learn About Key Medical Coding Errors
- Appropriate Use of Modifiers 25 and 59
- Overturn and Prevent Medical Necessity Denials with These Strategies
These video podcasts, produced by medical billing company Capture Billing & Consulting, Inc., provide coders and physician practice claims examiners, among others, with a series of medical billing tips. Some of the topics include coding for Medicare Flu Shots, electronic health records (EHRs), and Meaningful Use, to name a few.
Three episodes we like from Capture Billing Medical Billing Videos:
- Medical Billing Tips: Charging Patients No-Show Fees
- Medical Billing Tips: Medicare Consultation Codes
- Medical Billing Software: Capture Billing and Advanced Data Systems
AdjusterTV provides a wealth of information for insurance adjusters, including both new and seasoned claims adjusters. From tutorials to interviews, tips, time management tricks, and essential gear reviews, AdjusterTV is worth a listen for independent adjusters and aspiring professionals who want to advance their careers.
Three episodes we like from AdjusterTV:
- Lose the Jargon and Skyrocket Your Customer Service Rating
- Close Claims 40% Faster Doing ONE THING [instant results]
- How I Set Up a Hotel Room for a Cat Deployment
Medical claims adjusters have constant interaction with patients. This requires a highly developed communication approach that strikes an acceptable level of empathy while remaining professional. The Patient Experience Podcast provides insights for back office and front office personnel within healthcare settings on the importance of a patient’s overall experience in the patient and family setting. From the role of revenue cycles in overall care to guiding patients through the insurance process, these podcasts have much to offer for everyone that interacts with patients in any way.
Three episodes we like from The Patient Experience Podcast:
- 15 – Money Meets Humanity: How Revenue Cycle Can Play a Role in Overall Care
- 11 – Collecting at a Hospital: Guiding Patients Through their Insurance Coverage
- 7 – Helping People Understand Their Payment Expectations
Technology touches every aspect of the front and back office staff within hospitals and physician practice groups. That means claims adjusters as well as coding and billing personnel, are far from immune. The Healthcare Tech Talk podcast covers all aspects of technology in healthcare and discusses how many of these innovations impact claims and all other aspects of healthcare ranging from informatics to information technology and telemedicine.
Three episodes we like from Healthcare Tech Talk:
- AAMI Episode 23: The State of Sterilization
- AAMI 24: Developing an AEM Program
- AAMI Podcast 25: Changing Requirements for Quality Management Systems
This is an ongoing compendium of podcasts assembled from NPR that covers all aspects of healthcare from treatment and technology to policy administration, legislation, and insurance, among many others. For those that want to stay connected to what is happening across the healthcare continuum, this podcast provides a one-stop approach that will always deliver topics of interest.
Three episodes we like from NPR Business Of Healthcare Podcasts:
- Business of Health Care: Bending The Cost Curve Down
- Business of Health Care: Community Health Workers
- Business of Health Care: Value-Based Insurance Design
Smart claims management through artificial intelligence and blockchain are just two of the many ways that technology is transforming the insurance industry. Deloitte’s InsurTech Podcast is a great way for claims adjusters and managers to learn about what it is in its many forms and the possibilities for how it is being used and will be used in the future throughout the insurance industry.
Three episodes we like from Deloitte InsurTech Podcast:
Physician practices, and hospital billing departments to a lesser extent, have the possibility of a Recovery Audit Contractors (RAC) audit when dealing with Medicare claims. This podcast from news and information source RACmonitor provides a wealth of information affecting Medicare claims generally and RAC specifically.
Three episodes we like from RACmonitor Monitor Mondays Podcast:
- Is Disallowing an Appeals Process for a Decrease in Medicare Payments Unconstitutional?
- Removing the Surprise from ED Billing
- Out of Town by Sundown: “Must Be Done by End of Business Day.” Payer-Provider Pressure
No matter what type of claims adjuster you are, HIPAA looms large in getting your job done. The Help Me With HIPAA Podcast series delves into everything that anyone who must comply with HIPAA should know. With more than 200 episodes and counting, this podcast is anything but dry as it uses a touch of humor to discuss serious issues based on real-world compliance violations and breaches in the news. This is geared to claims examiners, billing managers, and everyone in healthcare to help them make the right decisions.
Three episodes we like from Help Me With HIPAA:
- Medical Record Release Fees – Ep 199
- Cyber Insurance Coverage 2019 with John Miller – Ep 195
- Are HIPAA changes coming? – Ep 185
The National Association of Mutual Insurance Companies’ (NAMIC) Insurance Uncovered is the first podcast to deliver news and in-depth interviews specifically designed for the property/casualty insurance market. The podcast launched in March 2018 “uncovering” a wide variety of issues important to NAMIC’s mutual members and outside listeners.
Three episodes we like from NAMIC Insurance Uncovered Podcast:
- Insurance Uncovered: AM Best Innovation Rating, Distracted Driving Data, Florida AOB
- Insurance Uncovered: Distracted Driving, HUD Disparate Impact, Ask the Regulator
- Insurance Uncovered: Tornadoes Shift East, Florida AOB Bill, Mutual Membership
The Change Healthcare podcast from the technology company of the same name focuses on the healthcare payer and provider relationship. Topics range from the use of blockchain in claims and payer HIT analytics to mandatory bundled payment models and in-depth conversations with thought leaders from AHIP.
Three episodes we like from Change Healthcare Podcast:
- AHIP CEO Matt Eyles on Value-Based Care and Evolving Healthcare IT
- Mandatory Bundled Payment Models Are Coming: What You Need to Know
- Change Healthcare Introduces Payment Blockchain Proof-of-Concept at HIMSS ’19
While this podcast is primarily geared to health insurance agents, anyone connected to health insurance, such as medical claims adjusters and managers, can get some new insights on CMS Medicare compliance, along with other issues of interest.
Three episodes we like from Agent Survival Guide Podcast:
- Senior Speak: Talking to Medicare Clients Age 65 & Older ǀ ASG120
- Are Your Medicare Marketing Materials Compliant?
- 4 No-Good Reasons Why Insurance Agents Quit
Physician practice and hospital medical claims adjusters and managers are far from isolated within the practice, so this podcast delving into improving the culture and lowering the stress of the healthcare environment, has a lot to offer. Produced by the insurance company SVMIC, the podcast covers topics such as best practices for documentation, closing the payer, physician, patient, and hospital gaps via communication, and how practice managers can better support their employees.
Three episodes we like from Your Practice Made Perfect:
- Episode 059: A Recipe for Disaster
- Episode 056: The Permanence of Posting
- Episode 052: The Dangers of Miscommunication
While this podcast series is focused on Blockchain in insurance, it provides some important insights on how it can be applied and where it’s innovating within the insurance realm. Episodes focus on legal/regulatory considerations and management, claims and fraud, blockchain’s overall impact on the digital insurance agency, and much more.
Three episodes we like from InsureTech Unfiltered Podcast:
- Blockchain / Smart Insurance | SVIA | 10 – Blockchain Platforms & Consortiums for Insurance
- Blockchain / Smart Insurance | SVIA | 07 – Blockchain in Claims & Fraud
- Blockchain / Smart Insurance | SVIA | 09 – Legal / Regulatory Considerations & Management
“Fixing Healthcare” is a show with a mission to solve the healthcare system’s biggest problems within American hospitals. The format has the two hosts conducting an interview with a healthcare thought leader who tackles the problem of how to transform healthcare. Solutions range from AI and other technologies to better management of claims, billing, and collections.
Three episodes we like from Fixing Healthcare Podcast:
- Episode 8 preview: Chip Heath on changing healthcare when change seems impossible
- We asked how to fix healthcare. You answered: Tort reform.
- Episode 5 preview: Donald Berwick is taking aim at healthcare’s biggest challenges
Documentation errors, compliance challenges, and RAC Audits are all contributors to increased claims denials. The Healthicity Podcast discusses solutions to avoid these problems. Handling coding complexities, security, and privacy are just some of the topics discussed by the experts from this auditing, compliance, and analytics solutions provider.
Three episodes we like from Healthicity Compliance, Coding, and Training Podcast:
- Billing Compliance in Academic Medical Centers
- Recognize the Differences Between Medical Necessity & MDM
- Smart Strategies to Tackle Your Organization's Risk
This is one of several podcasts sponsored by the AMA, and it focuses on the recent changes to the Medicare payment system. Episodes break down the new Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) and what physicians and practices must do to prepare for the transition. Listeners will learn about new payment models, quality reporting, and more.
Three episodes we like from Inside Medicare’s New Payment System Podcasts:
- Easing the Burden of Medicare Documentation Guidelines
- Get the Breakdown on How Costs Are Measured Under MIPS
- How Physician-Focused APMs Aim to Overcome Challenges
This podcast from the coding solutions provider Himagine Solutions tackles many of the persistent issues that claims adjusters, coders and billing professionals, and other health information management professionals must deal with. Experts in documentation management, coding, and charge capture gain actionable insights. There is also a wealth of topics that are covered by this podcast that can benefit both administrative and clinical healthcare professionals.
Three posts we like from himagine Solutions Podcast:
- Strategies for a Successful CDI Program
- 5 Benefits of Year-Round HCC Charge Capture
- Open Door Leadership in Remote Settings
This podcast from insurance claim expert Kevin Quinley delivers tips, tools, and techniques to help claim and risk professionals get even better at managing their claims, time, resources, and careers.
Three episodes we like from The Claims Coach Podcast:
- Adjusters -- How to Ace Your Deposition
- Has Your Claims Process Been Hijacked?
- Squashing A Common Claim-Handling Myth
The Digital Health Today podcast is a great way to catch up on innovators and thought leaders who are advancing and implementing new paradigms in healthcare. There’s something for everyone looking for fresh rather than well-worn ideas about improving healthcare, from technology and treatment to business and patient relationships.
Three episodes we like from Digital Health Today:
- #084: Key Market Failures and Opportunities for Novel Health Software Solutions
- #081: Scaling Digital Therapeutics – The Opportunities and Challenges
- #066: Dr. Kaveh Safavi on Five Trends in Digital Health Technology
Although this podcast is targeted to property and casualty insurance, health insurance professionals can benefit from many of the episodes. Insights are offered on claims efficiency, innovations for carriers and the billing cycle, and technology transformation, all of which can be applied across healthcare insurance.
Three episodes we like from Property Casualty 360:
- How agents must evolve to better serve their customers in the Digital Age
- Tackling the top talent issues facing the insurance industry
- Best Practices for Automation in Commercial Lines Underwriting
This is another great podcast for any professional that wants to stay updated on the big picture of what is happening across healthcare. Topics can be as diverse as the latest on interoperability and why paper is still used in healthcare.
Three episodes we like from The #HCBiz Show:
- Top 10 Things to Ensure Success in a Value-based Healthcare World
- Healthcare Is Not Quite Digitized w/ Bill DeStefanis
- What’s Driving Consolidation in Healthcare? w/ Amanda Hansen
This podcast takes a decidedly forward look geared to an audience of young healthcare professionals. The host, a recent college graduate just entering medical school, interviews health professionals across the industry landscape on everything from technology to policy and much more.
Three episodes we like from The Future of Healthcare:
- WW 013: Modesty in Medicine – Michael Scott Lasky
- 033: The Technology and Mobility Revolution – Chris Sullivan
- WW 009: Healthcare: Monopoly’s Next Venture
This is a purely entertaining podcast for anyone in the healthcare field that explores amazing, historical, and slightly strange facts in medical care. Listeners are learning about the scientific aspects of everyday human experiences from a humorous perspective, so it’s a good one to listen to on those commutes to and from work.
Three episodes we like from This Won’t Hurt a Bit: