We are ACHE of Massachusetts is a podcast series produced by the Massachusetts Chapter of the American College of Healthcare Executives. This series features educational and inspiring conversations with leading game changes in health care….offering insight into the challenges of health care professionals in the 21st century.
Umbereen Nehal MD, MPH, President and Founder of the Nehal Group says improving the Social Determinants of Health takes a village. As a community health physician and pediatrician, she discusses the impact social determinants have on healthcare today. These include cultural competency and … [Read more...]
Jack Bailey, FACHE, Senior Vice President of Clinical Services at UMass Memorial Medical Center and Kate Fitzpatrick, FACHE, Enterprise Solutions Practice Lead at GE Healthcare share their thoughts on why they worked to obtain their Fellowship in the American College of Healthcare Executives. They … [Read more...]
Dr. Richard Parker, Chief Medical Officer at Arcadia Healthcare Solutions, discusses value-based care. Value-based care has two important components: quality and price of patient care. The goal is to improve quality, but spend less. This model of care pays providers based on patient health … [Read more...]
Christine Schuster, RN is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Emerson Hospital and Karen Moore, RN, FACHE is the Senior Vice President of Operations and Chief Nursing Officer at Lawrence General Hospital. Christine and Karen, two outstanding healthcare leaders discuss Career Growth & … [Read more...]
Dr. Ali Raja, FACHE is the Executive Vice Chair in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Raja talks about Physician Burnout which is recognized as a real problem in medicine. Ingrained in the physician culture is the idea that their patient’s health comes … [Read more...]
Lisa Allen, Ph.D., Chief Patient Experience Officer at Johns Hopkins Medicine talks about the Patient Experience. She seeks to continually improve the experience of patients and their families. Did we delight or disappoint the patient? Did someone explain things in a way the patient can … [Read more...]