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No issue is more hotly debated, more important to our economy, and more personal to Americans than health care. On The Next Big Thing in Health - a podcast presented by AHIP - we'll speak with top health care leaders about new big ideas that will help make health care more affordable, more available, and more effective. The Next Big Thing in Health is hosted by AHIP President and CEO, Matt Eyles, and Former Fox 5 News Anchor and President of Laura Evans Media, Laura Evans.
 
Public Health Out Loud is a podcast that delves into the broader public health concerns and issues facing everyday Rhode Islanders. From discussions about safeguarding against future pandemics to actionable plans for families to help keep their loved ones safe from preventable diseases, Public Health Out Loud is striving to be a no nonsense resource for listeners that only want to hear the truth. With all that’s going on in the world at every hour of the day, podcast hosts Dr. James McDonald ...
 
Kiwifruit Vine Health (KVH) is a New Zealand biosecurity organisation dedicated to keeping unwanted pests and diseases out of kiwifruit orchards, and making plans for what would happen if they got here. The KVH Snapshot makes it easy for growers, post-harvest industries, nurseries, contractors, government and anyone else interested in how we protect New Zealand's industry from biosecurity threats, to keep up-to-date with news and events.
 
Chronic illness and other health challenges can be a real bummer--but they don't have to be the end of joy and fulfillment. It turns out we can still have epic lives, even when our bodies have plans of their own. Join San Francisco psychotherapist Lauren Selfridge for honest, humorous, and inspiring conversations with people who get what it's like to live with health challenges. Whether you're in the car, on a walk, in the waiting room, or lying in bed, we'll be here to keep you company alon ...
 
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While all eyes are on the vaccination efforts in the United States, one religious leader from Rhode Island reflects on the things he hopes people will cherish once the pandemic has run its course. OceanPointe Christian Church, a non-denominational Christian church in Middletown, Rhode Island, has had to adapt like any other organization to serve it…
 
States in New England have so much in common. Eagle eyed travelers will notice that Rhode Island and New Hampshire —in particular — share similar histories, architecture, and climates. Another easily missed similarity could be their responses to COVID-19. Leaders in both states have worked aggressively to curb the spread of COVID-19 since it arrive…
 
Our hosts are joined by Dr. Lisa Maragakis, Senior Director of Infection Prevention with The Johns Hopkins Health System, for a discussion about lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic and how we can keep ourselves safe as the race to vaccinate America continues.על ידי America's Health Insurance Plans
 
What happened to the flu? Researchers and public health officials have seen an intriguing decline in influenza cases across the United States and most of the world. After countless awareness campaigns, it seems like the ongoing pandemic may have played a role in helping squash this wintery nuisance — at least for this season. In this Public Health …
 
It was evident early on in the pandemic that incarcerated individuals were at an increased risk for COVID-19. Many prisons, including facilities in Rhode Island, were simply not designed to prevent the spread of infectious diseases like COVID-19. Based on the data available, Rhode Island joined other states in providing lifesaving medicine to this …
 
Dr. Bechara Choucair, White House Vaccinations Coordinator and former Chief Health Officer for Kaiser Permanente, sat down with hosts Laura Evans and AHIP President and CEO Matt Eyles to discuss the U.S. vaccination effort and Kaiser Permanente’s work to address the social health of their members and the communities they serve.…
 
Rhode Island recently reached an important milestone in its vaccine rollout. At the start of February, the state counted over 100,000 vaccines administered to Rhode Islanders. Reaching this point has not been easy. State and public health leaders have poured countless hours and weekends working with community stakeholders to develop a vaccine progr…
 
There are many questions swirling around the B-117 variant of COVID-19—also dubbed the UK variant—that has appeared in more than 30 countries including the United States. As of right now, Rhode Island has not identified a single case of the new variant on Wednesday, January 27. While it may come as a welcome update, public health officials in the s…
 
Our hosts Matt Eyles and Laura Evans are joined by Dr. William Shrank, Chief Medical Officer for Humana, for a discussion about vaccine distribution, Humana’s focus on population health, improving health outcomes and more.על ידי America's Health Insurance Plans
 
Imagine—for a second—being one missed payment away from experiencing homelessness. While that very thought can be unsettling, it is a reality for many Rhode Islanders who now also need to think about staying safe during an ongoing pandemic. In this episode of Public Health Out Loud, Dr. Rahul Vanjani discusses what the state has done to support thi…
 
Over the last 100 years, vaccines have become an important tool for helping prevent the spread of disease. Smallpox and polio claimed countless lives in the 1900s and were just a few of the diseases that devastated American households prior to the development of effective vaccines. Today, the World Health Organization estimates that 2-3 million liv…
 
It is estimated that roughly 1.8 million people are diagnosed with cancer each year in the United States. While there are several treatments for cancer available today, outcomes will vary because of family history, early screening, and the type of cancer detected. This Public Health Out Loud episode will focus on something that’s not always talked …
 
While scientists and researchers worked relentlessly throughout 2020 to understand and respond to COVID-19 effectively, the general public at times had to navigate an avalanche of information that seemed to change with the pandemic. Today, public health experts know more about COVID-19 than they did in March and April, but they now have to contend …
 
College enrollment projections for Fall 2020 were expected to be around 19.7 million students nationally. Most of the students arriving on college campuses this year, however, would find a very different campus. In many cases, a campus that was shaped to help prevent COVID-19 outbreaks. As administrators worked around the clock to start the academi…
 
Testing positive for COVID-19 is a scary thought for most Americans. From the barrage of information on what to do next to the act of isolating in a separate room, the pandemic has changed the way people live that would have been inconceivable just a year before. While there are effective vaccines available, there are still many questions lingering…
 
From Rhode Island to California, the reverberations of the pandemic has forced musicians and artists to consider other career opportunities or adapt to the new reality we find ourselves in today. Some have found success through the popularity of social media apps like TikTok — jumpstarting a wave of content creators in the race to get more follower…
 
It’s that time of year again when most Americans have to navigate the health insurance landscape, either through their employer or through the state’s health exchange. But something is different this year, and it’s looming large over swaths of people who have seen COVID-19 spill into their lives in one way or another. As more people turn to testing…
 
There is no denying that moms have it tough. If the pain of bearing a child isn’t enough, moms may also have to address a whirlwind of neurological and psychological changes that can impact their overall well-being. In this episode, Dr. Jessica Pineda of Women’s Behavioral Health at Women & Infants Hospital joins our podcast hosts to spotlight a pr…
 
Rhode Island is one of four states selected to pilot the distribution of Pfizer’s vaccine candidate to treat COVID-19. While the development is welcome news for many, there is still a sense of restlessness to find a cure that could help end the ongoing pandemic. Since March, a few treatments intended to reduce deaths associated with SARS-CoV2 made …
 
Our hosts are joined by Seven Letter Partners Erik Smith and Brendan Buck to discuss the results of the 2020 elections and what they mean for health care as Washington enters the lame duck period and looks ahead toward 2021.על ידי America's Health Insurance Plans
 
As countries around the world contend with a second wave of COVID-19 infections, people have grown increasingly curious about one of the key cornerstones of pandemic responses. Luckily, Rhode Island has been a national leader in incorporating testing across the board. In this episode of Public Health Out Loud, Dr. James McDonald and Dr. Philip Chan…
 
Vaccines seem to be top of mind several months into an evolving pandemic that has disrupted nearly every facet of everyday life. Few, if any, contagious diseases in recent memory have managed to shutdown concert venues, business sectors, sporting events, and religious and seasonal gatherings like SARS-CoV-2. As the world holds its breath for an eff…
 
As the world buzzed along at the start of 2020, trouble was brewing in other parts of world that would eventually arrive in the United States. We’re talking about SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19. While everyone knows how that story played out, the novel disease is continuing to shape the political, social, and medical landscape in unexpe…
 
Everyone has heard the word ‘pandemic’ by now. Whether you’re waiting in traffic or checking out the safety posters at your favorite restaurant, you’re probably going to hear or see ‘pandemic’ mentioned again. Not all contagious viruses and diseases are called pandemics though. In the case of COVID-19, the World Health Organization didn’t raise the…
 
Despite countless recommendations on the use of face masks, the scientific community ran into an unexpected hurdle that might have been inconceivable just a few years ago. Specifically, how the use of face masks became a political issue. Across the United States, Americans will find inconsistencies in the adherence of safety precautions. Fortunatel…
 
Our hosts are joined by Steven D. Pearson, MD, MSc, the Founder and President of the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER), an independent non-profit organization that evaluates the evidence on the value of medical tests, treatments, and delivery system innovations to encourage collaborative efforts to improve patient care and control c…
 
Welcome to the Season 3 Finale! In a year filled with COVID-19, a racial justice movement, wildfires, an election, and now the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, this has seemed like so much more than just one year. At this very important moment in time, I am so thankful that we have been able to stay connected through these episodes all along the way. …
 
On the first episode of season three, our hosts Matt Eyles and Laura Evans discuss COVID-19 disaster preparedness and women's health with Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency physician and visiting professor of health policy and management at the George Washington University’s Milken School of Public Health. Dr. Wen previously served as Baltimore's Health C…
 
Podcasting has brought so much to my life, both as someone who loves hearing others’ stories and as someone who wants to learn from the experiences of others. Hearing an array of experiences is what makes This is Not What I Ordered so powerful to me, and to listeners, as well. Today’s episode touches a bit on how podcasting is a form of therapy — b…
 
Today’s episode marks the second part of my conversation with relational therapist, social justice educator, intuitive narrative coach, and social justice consultant for the podcast, Celia Hilson, which we started in Episode 66. As we find ourselves in the midst of a racial justice movement and a pandemic, this special conversation about race is as…
 
This week I'm sitting with Celia Hilson, who's returned to the podcast after joining me on Season 2 (Episode 28). Celia is a relational therapist, social justice educator, and intuitive narrative coach fostering cross-cultural understanding. She helps clients to heal through remembering and reclaiming lost parts of identities. Celia has joined me o…
 
Our hosts Matt Eyles and Laura Evans sit down with Peggy Maguire, President of Cambia Health Foundation, to discuss how the COVID-19 crisis has affected caregiving in the United States. At Cambia Health Foundation, Peggy Maguire works with a wide range of stakeholders to drive health care transformation that results in better experiences for people…
 
Our hosts Matt Eyles and Laura Evans sit down with Dan Trencher, Senior Vice President of Product and Corporate Strategy at Teladoc Health, to discuss how the COVID-19 crisis has affected the virtual care landscape. At Teladoc Health, Dan Trencher oversees the development and execution of new growth opportunities and products, leading business init…
 
We spoke with Dr. Stephen Klasko, President of Thomas Jefferson University and CEO of Jefferson Health, about some current myths and misconceptions that people have about value in health care. Listen to learn more about what’s fact, what’s fiction and what the grey areas are when it comes to our health care system. The Next Big Thing in Health is h…
 
Navigating today’s health care system can be chaotic. More than ever, providing the right information at the right time can make all the difference in improving patient outcomes and bridging the health IT gap. Our hosts Laura Evans and Matt Eyles spoke with Carina Edwards, CEO of Quil Health, about what it means to be in the business of helping peo…
 
We’ve had couples on the podcast, we’ve had reunions, we’ve had “quarantine chats.” This week, I’m bringing you a friendship “roundtable” with the lovely Sherry Espinoza and Melissa Platt. You may recognize those names because they’ve both been on the podcast before — but not like this. This episode is a lighthearted and sweet chat amongst friends.…
 
How do we make sure the voice of patients is heard in everything we do in health care? We discussed with Becca Pearce, President, Extend Coaching and Consulting, and Donna Cryer, President & CEO, Global Liver Institute, during this live recording at AHIP’s Consumer Experience and Digital Health Forum in Chicago.…
 
Our co-host and AHIP president and CEO Matt Eyles sat down recently with David Holmberg, President & CEO of Highmark Health, to discuss his untraditional path to the C-Suite and how health insurance providers can drive transparency and innovation in health care, as well as help the nation overcome the COVID-19 crisis.…
 
In this week’s episode of This is Not What I Ordered, I’m taking you along for a little reunion. I recently caught up with Erynn & Leo Newman, who are “frequent flyers” here on the podcast. Leo, who was a guest way back in Episode 11, and his wife Erynn, were the first couple interviewed for the podcast in Episode 32. Married for over 14 years, the…
 
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