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The Bible can be intimidating, right? There are 66 different books, more than 700,000 words, and all of it was written over a period of 1,600 years by dozens of different authors. How do we make sense of it all, and what does it mean for our lives? Amazingly, the Bible is incredibly interconnected with “threads” that run through it from beginning to end. In this podcast, Bible scholar and author Dr. Bruce Becker will uncover these threads, help you dig deeper into God’s truth, and inspire yo ...
 
The Old Capital Real Estate Investing Podcast is aimed at Multifamily Real Estate Investors both new and seasoned. Hosts Michael Becker and Paul Peebles deliver no-hype education from an experienced commercial banker’s perspective. You will gain valuable insights from in-depth interviews with real life investors who are actively acquiring and operating apartment complexes in today’s environment. You will discover how they are identifying, financing and operating multifamily properties, as we ...
 
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In this episode Ayla Ellison, Editor-in-Chief of Becker's Hospital Review, discusses the hottest healthcare business news of the day. Here, she focuses on the following topics: 1) Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine 2) Hospital M&A activity 3) COVID-19 vaccine distributionBecker's Healthcare による
 
On today's "In the News" roundtable, Brian Becker, Nicole Roussell, Esther Iverem and Walter Smolarek discuss the COVID death toll in the United States topping 500,000, the winter storm that has left millions without power in zero degree temperatures in Texas, a new independent report that further exposes the police in Aurora Colorado for the bruta…
 
In this episode, Ryan dives into some of what drives people to join movements with dangerous and damaging ideologies. With the right understanding of someone's core motivations, we can transform our arguments into constructive conversations that can correct misconceptions and help people see the truth. Check out our Sponsors for this episode: South…
 
Erin and David Leaverton sold their house, loaded their three, young children into an RV, and traveled the country for a year. Their family’s journey is part of the documentary The Reunited States. Erin Leaverton talks with Amy Julia about their search for what divides our nation, the false hierarchy of human value, and the durable power of God’s l…
 
"Son of God and Son of Man." It's easy to use these terms interchangeably because we know they refer to Jesus, right? But what does each term refer to about Jesus? That he's God? That he's human? Or, is there something more?Dr. Bruce Becker takes us deep into how these two terms are used in the Bible. For instance, which term does not occur in the …
 
Airlines will not give an INEXPERIENCED or a NEW PILOT- a 737 airplane to fly- with a bunch of passengers in the back...if they have only flow a Cessna 172. BUT…How many folks do you know-that are trying to buy apartments without first using a qualified and successful instructor and mentor? Hopefully, those investors are NOT learning on your invest…
 
In this episode, Dave Wessinger, the President and Co-founder of PointClickCare, discusses why integrated care across the continuum is essential. He also discusses what’s broken in the industry today, and how can we solve for the things that aren’t working. This episode is sponsored by PointClickCare.…
 
On today's "In the News" roundtable, Brian Becker, Nicole Roussell, Esther Iverem and Walter Smolarek discuss the COVID death toll in the United States topping 500,000, the winter storm that has left millions without power in zero degree temperatures in Texas, a new independent report that further exposes the police in Aurora Colorado for the bruta…
 
This episode features Michelle Moratti, Chief Clinical Strategy and Transformation Officer at UW Medicine. Here, she discusses what influences the way she looks at strategy, her career journey, and more.Becker's Healthcare による
 
This episode features Lee Hedman, Executive Vice President for Surgical Directions and Dr. Josh Miller, Physician Managing Director for Surgical Directions. Here, they discuss best practices for anesthesia groups. This episode is sponsored by Surgical Directions.Becker's Healthcare による
 
In this episode, Mike Morris, President and CEO, Xtend Healthcare and Linda Corley, Compliance Officer, Xtend Healthcare discuss the latest “how-to’s” and “how-not-to’s” on Price Transparency – and relevant discussion in between. This episode is sponsored by Xtend Healthcare.Becker's Healthcare による
 
Kari Cornicelli, Executive Vice President and CFO of Phoenix Children's, joined the podcast to talk about financial stability and growth at Phoenix Children's. She also shared three pieces of advice for aspiring healthcare executives today.Becker's Healthcare による
 
Jacob Geers, Director at Cerner Corporation, joins the podcast to talk about voice technology in healthcare. He tells us why voice is relevant from the provider and patient perspective. This podcast is sponsored by Cerner Corporation.Becker's Healthcare による
 
This episode features Sara Vaezy, Chief Digital Strategy and Business Development Officer at Providence Health. Here, she discusses her responsibilities in her role, her top priorities for 2021, and more.Becker's Healthcare による
 
This episode features Dr. Sriram Narsipur, Chairman of the Department of Medicine at State University of New York Upstate Medical University. Here, he discusses his experience running the department, his best advice for other healthcare leaders, and more.Becker's Healthcare による
 
Tena Lundquist Faust and Tama Lundquist are co-presidents of Houston PetSet, which is working to end homelessness and suffering of companion animals in Houston, Texas. They were nominated for a Healthy Pets Game Changer Award by Jill A. Originally, the organization just raised funds for other animal nonprofits, but it wasn’t enough to really tackle…
 
In this episode, Dr. Rebecca Mishuris, Chief Medical Information Officer of Boston Medical Center Health System, talked about the quick pivot to virtual care last year and how telehealth can help tackle access to care challenges in the future. She also shared key advice for clinical leaders today.Becker's Healthcare による
 
In this episode, Kaley Neal, CFO of Shenandoah Medical Center in Shenandoah, Iowa, talked about how her team changed the culture at the hospital and was able to achieve financial records during the pandemic. She also shared three pieces of advice for effective leadership.Becker's Healthcare による
 
In this episode, Susan Russell, Chief Nursing and Patient Safety Officer at Singing River Health System in Mississippi, talks about how the pandemic will affect nurse staffing in the future and how her system is supporting efforts to educate the next generation of nurses. She also gave three strong pieces of advice for nurse leaders today.…
 
This episode features Pat Basu, President & CEO of Cancer Treatment Centers of America. Here, he discusses the evolution of the Cancer Treatment Centers of America, his best advice for emerging leaders, and more.Becker's Healthcare による
 
In this episode, Dr. Atal-Barrio explains the important adjustments she made as a clinical leader to meet the unique challenges of the pandemic and what challenges she foresees for the future as well as what she looks forward to as a leader.Becker's Healthcare による
 
This episode features Bill Fera, MD, Principal, Ken Abrams, MD, Consulting Managing Director, and Urvi Shah, Senior Manager at Deloitte Consulting LLP. They discuss expanding consumer and clinical access, improving clinical outcomes, and enhancing consumer experience. This episode is sponsored by Deloitte Consulting LLP.…
 
Life Expectancy in the United States had suffered its largest one year drop since the end of World War II. Covid deaths moving toward 500,000. Covid is not over but another pandemic is sure to follow. When? No one knows. But will the US be ready?Brian Becker is joined by KJ Noh. He’s a peace activist and scholar on the geopolitics of Asia, and he’s…
 
Life Expectancy in the United States had suffered its largest one year drop since the end of World War II. Covid deaths moving toward 500,000. Covid is not over but another pandemic is sure to follow. When? No one knows. But will the US be ready? Brian Becker is joined by KJ Noh. He’s a peace activist and scholar on the geopolitics of Asia, and he’…
 
This episode features Miguel Vigo IV, MBA, Administrative Director Revenue Cycle at Silver Cross Hospital. Here he discusses COVID-19 and how strategies have evolved for mitigating it, 3 pieces of advice for emerging leaders and much more!Becker's Healthcare による
 
Dr. Chris DeFlitch, MD, Vice President and CMIO of Penn State Health in Hershey, Pa., joined the podcast to outline areas for growth in health IT, focusing on enterprise platform, telehealth and radiology information sharing. He also discussed three pieces of advice for aspiring clinical leaders.Becker's Healthcare による
 
In this episode Ayla Ellison, Editor-in-Chief of Becker's Hospital Review, discusses the hottest healthcare business news of the day. Here, she focuses on the following topics: 1) COVID-19 testing and sequencing 2) Hospital M&A activity 3) How a record cold snap is impacting Texas hospitalsBecker's Healthcare による
 
On this episode, Laura Anderson highlights the importance and impact of the patient experience focus on the revenue cycle and shares some top RCM technology solutions. This podcast is sponsored by Change Healthcare.Becker's Healthcare による
 
Brian and Prof. Wolff discuss how deeply dependent big banks and corporations are on government assistance, the rise in speculation on "junk bonds", the organizing drive by workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama, and more.Richard Wolff is the co-founder of the organization Democracy at Work and the author of many books, the latest being “The Sic…
 
Brian and Prof. Wolff discuss how deeply dependent big banks and corporations are on government assistance, the rise in speculation on "junk bonds", the organizing drive by workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama, and more. Richard Wolff is the co-founder of the organization Democracy at Work and the author of many books, the latest being “The Sy…
 
This episode features Nancy Daoust, Chief Ambulatory Officer at State University of New York Upstate Medical University. Here, she discusses challenges in the ambulatory setting throughout covid-19 and ensuring her organization is ready to continue handling the pandemic and vaccine distribution. She also shares her advice for emerging leaders which…
 
COVID-19 has created a paradigm shift in the delivery of care, with technologies including telehealth, and communication and collaborative tools redefining key touchpoints throughout the patient/provider journey. As we move forward, these technologies will continue to transform care delivery. This podcast will discuss how these technologies are dri…
 
On today's "In the News" roundtable, Brian Becker, Nicole Roussell, Esther Iverem and Walter Smolarek discuss the conclusion of Trump's second impeachment trial and what lasting effects it may have on national politics. The panel also discusses how U.S. capitalism continues to fail to tackle the pandemic, Biden administration foreign policy, the at…
 
On today's "In the News" roundtable, Brian Becker, Nicole Roussell, Esther Iverem and Walter Smolarek discuss the conclusion of Trump's second impeachment trial and what lasting effects it may have on national politics. The panel also discusses how U.S. capitalism continues to fail to tackle the pandemic, Biden administration foreign policy, the at…
 
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