Since the launch of our Healthcare Executive Podcast in early 2019, we have connected with numerous healthcare professionals, innovators and industry leaders from across the country. Each episode, these experts share their insights on topics ranging from crisis leadership to technological innovation, providing listeners with the knowledge and skills to implement changes on both a personal and professional level.
In recognition of International Podcast Day, here are the top five most popular episodes we’ve released so far:
Warner Thomas, FACHE, CEO,Ochsner Health, New Orleans, is managing the COVID-19 response for the system’s 41 owned, managed and affiliated hospitals and specialty hospitals and more than 100 health centers and urgent care centers. He joins host Chris Coraggio to discuss the impact of the epidemic on operations, staff, patients and the community.
On this episode, Chris Coraggio explores agility and resiliency in healthcare leadership with Amer Kaissi, PhD, professor, healthcare administration, Trinity University, San Antonio, and author of Intangibles: The Unexpected Traits of High-Performing Healthcare Leaders, which won the 2019 ACHE James A. Hamilton Book of the Year Award. They discuss Kaissi’s research, which revealed the best leaders are not only ambitious, strong and accountable, but also humble, compassionate and kind.
Chris Coraggio talks leadership with ACHE faculty Carson Dye, FACHE, on this episode of the podcast. Dye— president/CEO of Exceptional Leadership, and a former executive leader of four hospitals and health systems— discusses the importance of being self-aware in leadership, the benefits of executive coaching, the differences between physician leaders versus executive leaders, and recruitment and retention strategies.
Visionary entrepreneur Indu Subaiya, MD, a leader in healthcare technology innovation, discusses the future of health data and how sharing ideas can foster progress with host Chris Coraggio. She also shares insights on how hospital and health system leaders can identify and influence innovation within their own organizations.
On this episode, Chris Coraggio sits down with Rulon Stacey, PhD, FACHE, managing director, healthcare strategy, Navigant Consulting, to discuss leading through crisis. Speaking from experience, Stacey, a former CEO of Poudre Valley Hospital, Fort Collins, Colo.—the healthcare facility where college student Matthew Shepard was taken after being viciously attacked in a hate crime in 1998—recalls how he managed the high-profile crisis and what he learned about leading honorably.
Explore our full catalogue of Healthcare Executive Podcast episodes here.