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HIMSS21 Changemaker: Geisinger's Karen Murphy

HIMSSCast

The chief innovation officer of Geisinger's Steele Institute for Health Innovation discusses how COVID-19 led to new thinking about technology-enabled cost and quality improvements – and why the pandemic has shown that fee-for-service doesn't work.

23mins

14 Sep 2021

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Karen Murphy and Barrie Lester (24.8.21)

Without Bias

Sam Hargreaves is joined by Karen Murphy and Barrie Lester on this week's edition of Without Bias!

22mins

24 Aug 2021

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Karen Murphy, EVP and Chief Innovation and Digital Transformation Officer at Geisinger

Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Karen Murphy, EVP and Chief Innovation and Digital Transformation Officer at Geisinger, joined the podcast to talk about virtual care, value-based payments and the patient experience. Don't miss the Precision Health Virtual Summit, register here: https://events.beckershospitalreview.com/precision-health-virtual-summit/p/1

10mins

11 Aug 2021

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Karen Murphy and Chloe Stewart (27.5.21)

Without Bias

John Donohoe is joined by Karen Murphy & Chloe Stewart on this week's edition of Without Bias!

20mins

27 May 2021

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How COVID-19 will Influence Digital Strategy Post-Pandemic with Dr. Karen Murphy

This Week in Health IT

March 12, 2021: Dr. Karen Murphy, Chief Innovation Officer at Geisinger recently gave a talk at the HIMSS Accelerate Health Series on the four lessons healthcare systems learned going through the pandemic. Flexibility, boosting digital tools, using more data and reforming healthcare payment models. These lessons were learnt at lightning speed. Can health systems sustain this pace? What can leaders do to enhance the long-term wellness of their staff? How will we expand our use of data to drive a higher level of care? How far can we take remote patient monitoring? What strategies will health systems be focusing on in 2021 and beyond?Key Points:One lesson we’ve learned is the importance of data to drive decision-making and the advantages of predictive analytics [00:07:20] It's crystal clear that the fee for service system we're all living under is abysmal [00:07:40] There’s 3 focus areas in digital strategy. 1. The care delivery model. 2. The consumer area of making the journey easier to create better health. 3. Leveraging digital and bringing down the total cost of care. [00:17:54] It’s no secret that part of the success of these lessons was focus. Everyone was aligned with one goal. To protect patients, communities and employees. [00:09:52] Will telehealth get back to the peak levels experienced during the pandemic moving forward? [00:15:20] Geisinger

33mins

12 Mar 2021

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Pat & Heals catch up with Karen Murphy

SENW - The Best of Women's Sport

Pat & Heals catch up with six time world lawn bowls champion Karen Murphy to find out about the new work she is doing as an AIS Lifeline Community Custodian.

11mins

8 Mar 2021

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Karen Murphy — The Long View, II: On Who We Can Become

Philosophica

Podcast: On Being with Krista Tippett (LS 75 · TOP 0.01% what is this?)Episode: Karen Murphy — The Long View, II: On Who We Can BecomePub date: 2020-11-05We are called to consider who we want to be as a people and what kind of world we will build with and for our children. Karen Murphy has been gathering wisdom for this juncture, as she’s worked around the world with teachers and educators in societies moving toward repair after histories of violence. We learn from her about how to prepare ourselves in the U.S. for the civic healing that we are called to ahead.Karen Murphy creates curricula, trains teachers, and leads global gatherings for Facing History and Ourselves, an organization that partners with over 100,000 teachers and their classrooms around the world. A hallmark of this work is trusting the moral and civic intelligence of middle and high school students. Karen has worked from Rwanda to Colombia, from South Africa to Northern Ireland, and she grew up in Illinois.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.orgThe podcast and artwork embedded on this page are from On Being Studios, which is the property of its owner and not affiliated with or endorsed by Listen Notes, Inc.

50mins

5 Nov 2020

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Karen Murphy — The Long View, II: On Who We Can Become

On Being with Krista Tippett

We are called to consider who we want to be as a people and what kind of world we will build with and for our children. Karen Murphy has been gathering wisdom for this juncture, as she’s worked around the world with teachers and educators in societies moving toward repair after histories of violence. We learn from her about how to prepare ourselves in the U.S. for the civic healing that we are called to ahead.Karen Murphy creates curricula, trains teachers, and leads global gatherings for Facing History and Ourselves, an organization that partners with over 100,000 teachers and their classrooms around the world. A hallmark of this work is trusting the moral and civic intelligence of middle and high school students. Karen has worked from Rwanda to Colombia, from South Africa to Northern Ireland, and she grew up in Illinois.Find the transcript for this show at onbeing.org

50mins

5 Nov 2020

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[Unedited] Karen Murphy with Krista Tippett

On Being with Krista Tippett

We are called to consider who we want to be as a people and what kind of world we will build with and for our children. Karen Murphy has been gathering wisdom for this juncture, as she’s worked around the world with teachers and educational systems in societies moving toward repair after histories of violence. We learn from her about how to prepare ourselves in the U.S. for the civic healing that we are called to ahead.Karen Murphy creates curricula, trains teachers, and leads global gatherings for Facing History and Ourselves, an organization that partners with over 100,000 teachers and their classrooms around the world. A hallmark of this work is trusting the moral and civic intelligence of middle and high school students. Karen has worked from Rwanda to Colombia, from South Africa to Northern Ireland, and she grew up in Illinois.This interview is edited and produced with music and other features in the On Being episode "Karen Murphy — The Long View, II: On Who We Can Become." Find the transcript for that show at onbeing.org. 

1hr 43mins

5 Nov 2020

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Keeping Your Innovation Engine Humming During the COVID-19 Crisis w/ Karen Murphy PhD RN

The #HCBiz Show!

Health Systems are being asked to make changes in 2 months that would have otherwise taken years. As some business lines come screeching to a halt, others have sped to a breakneck pace. Prioritizing problems to solve and finding novel solutions have never been more essential. Here today to teach us how innovation is done at Geisinger Health is Karen Murphy. Enjoy! Highlights from the Episode We define innovation at Geisinger as a fundamentally different approach to solving a problem that has quantifiable outcomes. So we only work on problems. Pathway from nursing to government to innovation at Geisinger The Solution-Oriented vs The Strategy-Oriented Innovation Team What prioritization mistakes are hospitals and public health officials making during COVID-19? Innovations in behavioral health and mental health for the healthcare workforce. What have your frontline workers learned that can inform community reopening strategies? How hospitals are tracking and factoring the quality of social distancing into their metrics. Contact Tracing Technology and Techniques Building your own Post-COVID Plan: What did you stop that you shouldn’t restart? What did you start that you should continue? And scenario planning. Karen Murphy, PhD, RN Executive Vice President and Chief Innovation Officer, Founding Director, Steele Institute for Health Innovation, Geisinger Dr. Murphy has worked to improve and transform healthcare delivery throughout her career in both the public and private sectors. Before joining Geisinger, she served as Pennsylvania’s secretary of health addressing the most significant health issues facing the state, including the opioid epidemic. Prior to her role as secretary, Dr. Murphy served as director of the State Innovation Models Initiative at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services leading a $990 million CMS investment designed to accelerate health care innovation across the United States. She previously served as president and chief executive officer of the Moses Taylor Health Care System in Scranton, and as founder and chief executive officer of Physicians Health Alliance, Inc., an integrated medical group practice within Moses Taylor. Dr. Murphy earned her doctor of philosophy in business administration from the Temple University Fox School of Business. She holds a master’s of business administration from Marywood University, a bachelor of science in liberal arts from the University of Scranton, and a diploma in nursing from the Scranton State Hospital School of Nursing. An author and national speaker on health policy and innovation, Dr. Murphy also serves as a clinical faculty member at Geisinger Commonwealth School of Medicine. The Steele Institute for Health Innovation at Geisinger The healthcare industry across the country needs real solutions that drive transformation. Here at Geisinger, the Steele Institute for Health Innovation has forged a dynamic healthcare solutions team, headed by leaders across our enterprise, that is rapidly developing innovative solutions to change healthcare. What drives us? An unshakable commitment to deliver better care to our patients, our members, our students, our Geisinger family and our communities. Our purpose is simple, but powerful – to lead the nation in building solutions that improve: Health Patient experience  Care delivery  Affordability Resources, Links and Related Episodes Geisinger Website Steele Institute for Health Innovation STAT Op-ed on Contact Tracing by Karen Murphy The Geisinger Chapter of Reframing Healthcare by Zeev Neuwirth Episode 126: Opportunity Zones w/ John Gorman

38mins

27 May 2020

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