Relentless Health Value

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American Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Execs you might want to know. Talking.

Relentless Health Value is a weekly interview podcast hosted by Stacey Richter, a healthcare entrepreneur celebrating fifteen successful years in the business side of healthcare. Subscribe to the podcast and spend a hour with us every Thursday.

Relentless Health Value is for leaders in pharma, medical devices, payers, providers, patient advocacy and healthcare business. It's for health industry innovators, entrepreneurs or wantrepreneurs or employee-preneurs. Every day, in little ways and in big ways, we innovate better healthcare, we get patients access to medications and needed therapy, we teach people how to care for themselves. No outcome, no income is the mantra we live daily.

Relentless Health Value is the show for you if you want to connect with others trying to manage the triple play: to provide healthcare value while being personally and professionally fulfilled.

We all know the healthcare business is not, and has never been an easy business. The barrier to entry is often high, the cost of doing business, equally high. Success in the healthcare business nestles on the far side of a snake pit. A writhing tangle of regulations, litigation risk, perverse incentives and technology requirements.

Healthcare leaders and upstarts like us live in interesting times of great change … the Affordable Care Act has reset incentives from quantity of services delivered to quality. Healthcare value has become not an intellectual talking point but a business imperative. We're in an era of evolution, of disruption. We're jiggling the old bloated establishment. And while change breeds pain, it also is the genie of great opportunity.

Today more than ever, we have it in our power to change lives, save lives and succeed in business. The tectonic plates of the healthcare industry scraping apart leaving gaps just waiting for a clever innovator to pounce into.

Let's talk to healthcare innovators who are making waves in our industry and those who are quietly achieving greatness. Let's talk to healthcare disrupters and builders who are working hard to make a dent in the healthcare universe. Let's talk to those who can turn disjointed healthcare services into systematic value.

Everyone working in the healthcare industry has a story to tell.

Recent Episodes

Arshad Rahim, MD, MBA, FACP, is a practicing physician and a health economist at his core. He enjoys a track record of building innovative health care businesses, including Mount Sinai Health Partners, Healthgrades, and Sg2. As the senior medical director for population health at Mount Sinai Health System, Dr. Rahim is responsible for driving physician performance for 3000 physicians within the M…
Ram Raju, MD, brings vast executive leadership experience and a keen understanding of New York’s health care delivery system to Northwell Health. As senior vice president and community health investment officer, he evaluates the needs of Northwell’s most vulnerable communities and provides solutions for them by collaborating with community-based organizations. He’s responsible for promoting, sust…
Steve Watson, CPA, SHRM-SCPAs a CFO/CHRO, Steve was frustrated each year with rising health care costs for his employer and employees. In 2012, he decided to make a change. First, he decided to fix the misaligned incentive that he had with his broker. Then he and his broker moved on to fixing the way his insurance was purchased from the insurance carriers. Now Steve is sharing this process with o…

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May 14th, 2015
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Mar 14th, 2019
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