The Equian Payment Integrity Podcast offers industry insights from the greatest minds in content identification, pattern detection, and inaccurate payment…enabling you to uncover actionable savings across the payment spectrum. Each episode features thought leaders from the Commercial Healthcare, Property & Casualty, and Workers’ Compensation industries covering topics from the impact of venture capital in healthcare to the significance of changing provider reimbursements models. Want to ensure the right party is paid the right amount at the right time? Tune in!
This episode features Equian’s Head of Strategy and Innovation, Chris Reed, in conversation with Karen Furtado, Partner at Strategy Meets Action. Chris and Karen explore how Artificial Intelligence, Robotic Process Automation, Natural Language Processing, and Chat Bots are transforming the Property & Casualty industry. Customer experience and operational efficiencies are at the forefront of payers initiatives. Karen explains the importance of identifying the areas of focus and prioritizing the specific initiatives that will have the biggest impact to move forward in the P&C market.
This episode features Equian’s SVP of Healthcare Strategic Accounts, Joe Alberta, in conversation with Eugenia Ross, SVP of Strategy & New Markets at Ciox Health. We get an inside look at how technology is changing the way payers and their partners can access clinical data available within medical records and derive value through clearer insights and faster decisions.
This episode features Equian Chief Revenue Officer, Mike Morrison, in conversation with Ken Schmidt, Author of “Make Some Noise: The Unconventional Road to Dominance.” We get an inside look at how Ken turned Harley Davidson around. He joined Harley in the 80s shortly after its market share dropped to under 20% from its peak market share in excess of 90%. Prior to Ken joining, Harley faced a major reputation problem that led them to the brink of bankruptcy. He discusses the pivot points that it took to take the organization from near closure to one of the most well-known and well-loved organizations in the world. He also discusses how these methods can be used in any industry to enhance reputation and brand loyalty.
This episode features Equian Chief Revenue Officer, Mike Morrison, in conversation with Joe Paduda, Principal of Health Strategy Associates and Author of the most popular Workers’ Compensation Blog, Managed Care Matters. We get an inside look at Joe Paduda’s career in the workers’ compensation arena, the progression and impact of his thought leadership, his thoughts on how the work comp and health care markets compare and what they could learn from each other, provider reimbursement across the markets, as well as insights on the opioid crisis.
This episode features Equian Senior Vice President of Property and Casualty Solutions, Sam Cooper, in conversation with Jeff Reider, Partner and Head of the Ward Group. We get an inside look at property and casualty industry trends including financial trends, expense management, technology advancements, investment outlook, human capital challenges, the shift to improve the consumer experience, and how all of these aspects affect property and casualty subrogation.
This episode features Equian CEO, Scott Mingee, in conversation with David Snow, Chairman, and CEO of Cedar Gate Technologies, a healthcare predictive and prescriptive healthcare company focused on big data, big math, and software as a service. We get an inside look at the maturity of value-based care, the many aspects impacting the model and how the model is impacting the industry, including vertical and horizontal integration and acquisitions, revenue channels, shifts in employer-based healthcare delivery, payment integrity, risk management, transparency, payer-provider relationships, and quality indicators.
This episode features Equian Chief Operating Officer, Shankar Narayanan, in conversation with Dr. Bob Kocher, Venture Capitalist at Venrock and Consulting Professor at Stanford University. We get an inside look at Dr. Kocher’s career path from practicing physician to venture capitalist, his current efforts improving the healthcare delivery system to enhance outcomes, his future predictions, and the value of VC healthcare investments.
This episode features Equian Chief Revenue Officer, Mike Morrison, in conversation with Colin Mochrie and Brad Sherwood, former comedians on “Whose Line is it Anyway” and currently touring together in “Scared Scriptless”. We get an inside look at Colin & Brad’s personal lives, their careers as comedians, and their comedic take on solving America’s healthcare issues.