A Look at the Healthcare Landscape with Scott Becker
This Week in Health IT
July 2, 2021: How would you assess the state of US healthcare today? Joining Bill is Scott Becker, Partner at McGuireWoods and Publisher and Founder of Beckers Healthcare. What are the highlights of the Becker's Podcast so far? Which US Presidents have the best grasp of healthcare issues? What are the most pressing issues facing health systems in 2021? Do new entrants like Amazon, CVS, Walmartetc pose a real threat? Who do you think is going to win the race to the hospital at home? And what do highly successful CIOs CEOs do that others don’t?Key Points:Healthcare is about serving patients. The number one priority is great quality and connectedness. [00:09:20] The big problem we have is access. Access is a huge challenge with 330 million people and an aging population. [00:23:25] We've got to figure out the labor shortage issue [00:24:50] Hospitals are trying to figure out how to compete against the rest of the world that's moved towards an asset light model because they are asset heavy [00:40:00] Beckers Hospital Review
Episode 12: COVID’s Impact on Healthcare Systems with Scott Becker, CPA, JD
Moving the Needle
“Two years ago, strategy revolves around ‘how do we make our hospital best for cardiology, oncology, orthopedics, spine...?’ that world has changed a lot, is changing a lot,” says Scott Becker, CPA, JD Founder of Becker’s HealthCare and Becker’s Hospital Review. Scott joins host Randy Moore, CEO of the AANA, to discuss how COVID has impacted healthcare systems, what it will take for companies to maintain a stake in the market, and the difference between healthcare coverage and access to healthcare. Scott Becker, CPA, JD -- Founder of Becker's HealthCare and Becker's Hospital Review Release date: 6/2/21
Healthcare Can’t Be a Zero-Sum Game - Scott Becker, Publisher of Becker's Hospital Review and Becker's Healthcare
Raise the Line
Scott Becker took an interesting path on the road to becoming an influential voice in the U.S. healthcare ecosystem. With an education in accounting and a law degree from Harvard in hand, Becker was attracted to the idea of building his legal practice around a “niche” and gaining deep expertise that others would find valuable. The ever-changing, fast-paced nature of healthcare caught his attention, and he’s never looked back. He eventually added media and communications to his skill set by founding Becker’s Hospital Review and Becker’s Healthcare – leading publications in the industry. In this episode of Raise the Line, Becker shares his keen insights with host Rishi Desai on the greatness and flaws in our system, meeting the demand for more clinicians, the political struggles over coverage and access, and the impact of COVID, among many other topics. Don’t miss this valuable discussion with a powerfully positioned observer.
From Doctor to Inmate: Life Lessons From Lockup with Scott Becker
Eric Rogell Talks with Warriors, Lovers, Kings, and Heroes
Scott Becker was a respected pediatrician. Until he became Inmate 03655159 in a federal prison, serving a 5 ½ sentence. Stripped of his identity and status, and in a dangerous environment he knew nothing about, Becker had to learn the rules of survival quickly. A highly educated man whose intellect had served him for more than 50 years, he now had to step up as a man and earn respect from other inmates. In today’s episode Becker shares the hard-won lessons on manhood, respect, courage, and more that he took from his time behind bars.
88. Navigating The Realm Of Pandemic-Hit Private Equity with Scott Becker
COVID-19 shook the nation to its core and swept through various industries, putting a halt to many business operations. Private equity was profoundly affected by the crisis but jumped back into the game before 2021. Domenic Rinaldi is joined by Scott Becker to discuss how to approach private equity with smaller, COVID-19 resistant deals on the rise. For more guidance, download our due diligence best practices guide & checklist and additional free resources on our website at www.k2adviser.com/resources
Scott Becker: Niche-centric Branding and Business Development
BE THAT LAWYER
In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Scott Becker discuss:Overcoming barriers to build your book of business. Working with others, including a coach or mentor, to learn how to build your practice. Building your practice in a niche. Niche-centric and client-centric businesses. Key Takeaways:Once you do the same thing 8-10 times, or more, people start to look at you as a serious professional trying to build something with a serious purpose. You have to have great branding, together with great legal services delivery, and a great team of lawyers to deliver those services. You have to be open for business, even if you’re not asking for business, constantly. Be in front of others and keep the two-way communication open. To make a great lawyer, you have to have the ability to do great analytical work and combine that with really good personal and communication skills. "You have to be great at something. Once you're great at something, you understand what it takes to be great in other things. And so there's obviously a cost to specialization, but it's very hard to attract business, and serious business, without being great at something." — Scott Becker Connect with Scott Becker: Website: McGuireWoods.com & BeckersHealthCare.comEmail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.comPodcasts: beckershospitalreview.com/podcasts.htmlLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/scottbeckermw/ Connect with Steve Fretzin:LinkedIn: Steve FretzinTwitter: @stevefretzinFacebook: Fretzin, Inc.Website: Fretzin.comEmail: Steve@Fretzin.comBook: The Ambitious Attorney: Your Guide to Doubling or Even Tripling Your Book of Business and more!YouTube: Steve FretzinCall Steve directly at 847-602-6911 Show notes by Podcastologist Chelsea Taylor-Sturkie Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it.
Communicating Passion and Supporting Young Leadership with Scott Becker
The Drop In CEO
Today on the Drop In CEO podcast, Scott Becker shares how he built a business based on communication, passion, and the pursuit of information. Listen in as Deborah and Scott discuss doubling down on your niche, staying focused on your passion, and how to support young leaders by emphasizing the need for personal skills and an ability to interact with others. Scott Becker previously served on the McGuireWoods LLP Board of Partners and served for nearly 15 years as chairman of the firm’s national Healthcare department. McGuireWoods has one of the best regarded healthcare practices in the world. He is the Founder and the Publisher of Becker’s Healthcare and Becker’s Hospital. Scott also produces the Becker Group C-Suite Report and related media. Mr. Becker is a Harvard Law School Graduate and a University of Illinois undergraduate business school graduate in Finance and Accounting. You can connect with Scott in the following ways: LinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/scottbeckermw Websites mcguirewoods.com (Company Website) hospitalreviewmagazine.com (Becker's Hospital Review) To learn more about how you can connect with Deb, go to https://www.dropinceo.com/ or join the Drop in CEO Facebook group for more conversations on how to lead, inspire, and achieve your goals.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Episode 202 Influencer of Healthcare Leaders with Scott Becker
The Lead Up Podcast
BIO: Scott Becker previously served on the McGuireWoods LLP Board of Partners and served for nearly 15 years as chairman of the firm’s national Healthcare department. McGuireWoods has one of the best-regarded healthcare practices in the world.Scott is the Founder and the Publisher of Beckers Healthcare and Beckers Hospital Review and its related events and publications. Mr. Becker remains the Publisher and Chief Content Officer of Beckers HealthCare.Scott also produces the Becker Group C-Suite Report and related media. All C-Suite efforts are wholly outside of healthcare.Mr. Becker is a Harvard Law School Graduate and a University of Illinois undergraduate business school graduate in Finance and Accounting. He is also the author of four books and a CPA. "I started Becker's healthcare almost 30 years ago now I was a young lawyer, literally trying to build a reputation and brand in the legal business and started a small newsletter around surgery centers."- Scott Becker It's really been a labor of love to watch it grow. So much of life depends on the right people and building the right teams. And that clearly has been the, you know, the understanding of what can happen to the platform that can be built. But it was really the team of people that just organized, built, and recruited that made us into a serious very successful serious little media company and great, great fun. There's, there's so many examples of magnificent frontline leaders out there that have just stayed so focused on their mission of keeping healthcare systems vibrant and doing great while dealing with the covid pandemic there's so many of them that it's hard to mention any specific ones if forced to out start mentioning a bunch of names because there's some that I've just been really blown away with by their efforts to this fantastic effort but there's so many of them that have just done remarkable work. Becker Hospital Review
Curious Incidences of Unchurched Compassion - Scott Becker (S1, Ep22)
Gregory Dees once asked about social enterprise, "Where's the church?" In this episode, Scott Becker makes a similar observation regarding civil rights in the health industry and in broader American society.