About season one
Season one of “Until It’s Fixed” takes listeners on a journey to all corners of the health care system to better understand what’s working, what’s broken, and how stakeholders are working to bring needed change and navigate forward.
Innovating within health care vs. disruption from outside offers unique perspective to transform the health system.
Whole-person care starts with nontraditional data. Getting the right data at the right time is the hard part.
The behind-the-scenes, administrative business of health care is complex and expensive. How can we simplify it?
Managing requirements of multiple payers creates process challenges for providers. How can we standardize?
Demand for telehealth has accelerated during the pandemic. What role does it play in transforming care delivery?
Health data access and exchange is a major challenge — but that's changing, thanks to legislation and tech making interoperability a reality.
Financial pressure on provider organizations has increased during the pandemic. But organizations embracing new operating models can thrive.
Artificial intelligence can improve how business and clinical professionals work across the health care system. How do we ensure it's used in the right way?
Health experiences will soon be influenced by ambient computing, advanced predictions and voice-enabled virtual assistants. To get there we need to be willing to embrace change.
Susan Dentzer is a health and health policy thought leader and news commentator. She is the editor and lead author of Health Care Without Walls: A Roadmap for Reinventing U.S. Health Care.
Dentzer is one of the nation’s most respected health policy experts and thought leaders and a frequent speaker and commentator on television and radio, including PBS and NPR. She is the Senior Policy Fellow at the Robert J. Margolis Center for Health Policy at Duke University.