194: A Conversation with Brock Slabach

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about the COVID-19 pandemic and the impact it is making on rural healthcare. We are having that conversation with Broch Slabach, Senior VP of Member Services at the NRHA. “From that day forward, the end of the world changed as we know it” ~Brock Slabach With over 28 years of experience … Read More

193: A Conversation with Alicia Calloway

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about recruiting providers and other professional staff to rural America. We are having that conversation with Alicia Calloway, Chief Operating Officer at OPYS Physician Services. “It can be tough to know who you can trust in any industry, but knowing who you can trust in rural healthcare is vital” ~Alicia Calloway … Read More

192: A Special Episode on the COVID-19 Pandemic with Patty Harper and Taylor Cottano

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re having a conversation about the COVID-19 pandemic with Patty Harper and Taylor Cottano. Patty shares some of the top operational best practices for dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic and Taylor shares some of the top clinical best practices. “This pandemic is ever-changing” -Taylor Cottano Patty Harper is CEO of InQuiseek, LLC, a … Read More

191: A Conversation about Covid-19

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This week we have a special episode on Rural Health Leadership Radio. Rural Health Leadership Radio recorded the CDC call titled “Update for Rural Partners, Stakeholders, and Communities on the 2019 Coronavirus Disease Response.” “We’re in the midst of a global pandemic of a disease, COVID-19, caused by a newly recognized virus.” -Dr. Jay Butler Deputy Director for Infectious Disease, … Read More

190: A Conversation with Dr. Anthony Fleg

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio we’re talking about movement as medicine. We’re having that conversation with Dr. Anthony Fleg, Director of Running Medicine. “Movement is something we as leaders, as health professionals, need to remember is one of our simplest outlets that life gives us.” ~Anthony Fleg Dr. Fleg is a family physician who thinks of his work … Read More

189: A Conversation with Darcy Shargo

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about rural health centers and their workforces. We’re having that conversation with Darcy Shargo, CEO of Maine Primary Care Association (MPCA). “I think we’re in a time in the evolution of healthcare delivery and certainly in the rural context that we can’t really stand still anymore and that we’ve got to … Read More

188: A Conversation with Dr. Richard Terry

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about rural medical education. We’re having that conversation with Dr. Richard Terry, Associate Dean of Academic Affairs at Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM). “The problem in rural areas is simply access to care. There are not enough doctors choosing to practice in rural areas.” ~Dr. Richard Terry Dr. Terry … Read More

187: A Conversation with Brenda Jacobs

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio we’re talking about holistic care in rural health clinics. We’re having that conversation with Brenda Jacobs, CEO of Daughters of Charity Services in Arkansas. “The engagement with patients is important to us. The engagement with community is important to us and that’s our link to survival, I do believe.” ~ Brenda Jacobs Brenda … Read More

186: A Conversation with Deborah Lakin

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This week on Rural Health Leadership Radio, we’re talking about hospital rehabilitation services. We’re having that conversation with Deborah Lakin, Vice President of Hospital Contracts at Alliance Physical Therapy Partners.  “Healthcare is moving toward prevention and wellness, which I think is fantastic.” ~Deborah Lakin Deborah started her career as an Occupational Therapist in the VA system. She is a graduate … Read More