In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Dr. Nancy Brown, Dean, Yale School of Medicine, to discuss her impressive background and successes in medicine and research. We also talked about her priorities developed during her first 10 months at the School of Medicine and the Yale Cultural Ambassadors Program along with the major successes it has had in increasing diversity enrollment in Yale clinical trials.
66: The Thanksgiving Special: Resilience, Compassion and Dedication with Marna Borgstrom, Joe Impicciche, Mitch Daniels, Sarah Krevans, and Chris Howard
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we catch up with some former guests of the show to find out what they are most thankful for personally and professionally this Thanksgiving season.
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with William Zollars, former Chairman and CEO, YRC Worldwide and a former Kodak executive to talk about the primary reason for Kodak falling from the number three brand name in the world to bankruptcy. We also discussed key leadership lessons that William learned through his time at Kodak which impact his leading other companies.
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Jeff Goldsmith, Ph.D., President, Health Futures, Inc. to discuss healthcare payment models and the need for commercial companies, providers, and the government to lower the administrative burdens on providers to increase usability. We also talked about the contrast of the U.S. fee for service payment model with other western countries to which the U.S. is frequently compared.
63: Optimizing Local Care with Dr. Marschall Runge, CEO Michigan Medicine and Dean, University of Michigan Medical School
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Dr. Marschall Runge, CEO Michigan Medicine, and Dean, University of Michigan Medical School to talk about the opportunities of being a leader and the importance of being humble. We also discussed how the COVID crisis has impacted the University of Michigan’s finances and in terms of research, delivery of medical care, and the workforce.
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Dennis Pullin, President, and CEO, Virtua Health to discuss the acceleration of certain strategies as a response to COVID. We also discussed innovations in technology that will continue to add efficiencies and improve the practice and delivery of medical care, using telehealth as a prime example. We also talked about remote working and the need to address social determinants of health.
61: Calm, Rational, Transparent with Robert W. Roth, President and CEO, RoMan Manufacturing and Board Chair, Spectrum Health
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Robert W. Roth, President and CEO, RoMan Manufacturing and Board Chair, Spectrum Health to discuss the responsibilities of the board chair and the importance of a clear and positive relationship with the CEO. We also discussed the role a board plays during a crisis and the key characteristics of a leader in the midst of a crisis.
60: Value Is What Consumers Tell Us It Is, With Roxanna Gapstur, Ph.D., R.N., President and CEO, WellSpan Health
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Roxanna Gapstur, Ph.D., R.N., President and CEO, WellSpan Health to discuss how her career as a nurse has informed her leadership style and decision making as a health system CEO. We also discuss scale and why it matters and how remote working will impact the workforce and facility planning in the days ahead.
59: Strong Faith and Strong Determination with Michael Ugwueke, President and CEO, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Michael Ugwueke, President and CEO, Methodist Le Bonheur Healthcare to discuss the hope that the COVID crisis can catalyze health systems as they continue their forward progress. We also discussed the view of the importance of a reliable supply chain for PPE and the compassion a leader must have in a crisis.
58: Marathon and Not a Sprint, with Rod Hochman, M.D., President and CEO, Providence St. Joseph Health
In this episode of Fireside Chat, we sit down with Dr. Rod Hochman, President and CEO, Providence St. Joseph Health to talk about the impact of the crisis on the longer-term impact of the COVID crisis on health systems, key characteristics of a leader in a crisis, and discussion of what the federal government can do to lead change in healthcare and balance its role as a regulator while encouraging innovation.
About Our Host
Gary Bisbee, Ph.D., is the Co-founder and Chairman Emeritus of The Health Management Academy and Co-founder, Chairman & CEO of Think Medium. Gary’s career has spanned executive positions in healthcare organizations from Wall Street to academia, and across a variety of entrepreneurial ventures. Gary is passionate about promoting thought leadership and innovation in healthcare and uses his platform to share lessons, conversations, and ideas that will equip executives to continue growing their respective organizations.