Author: SHP Staff

GERD Awareness Week

The 22nd Annual GERD Awareness Week is November 21-27, 2021. Gastroesophageal reflux disease, or GERD, is a very common disorder. Each year around the week of Thanksgiving, IFFGD encourages people experiencing the symptoms, which may be GERD-related, to consult their physicians and to contact us to receive information and support regarding the condition… https://aboutgerd.org/living-with-gerd/gerd-awareness-week/

Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month

November is a month of empowerment, education and inspiration for communities far and wide who have been touched by pancreatic cancer. Early detection helps save lives. Learn & share the facts, symptoms and risk factor of pancreatic, it can help with early detection, motivate healthy life choices and provide guidance on when to seek genetic counseling. Every day, more than 1,257 people worldwide will be diagnosed with pancreatic cancer, and while death rates are declining for many other cancers, death rates are increasing for pancreatic cancer. Visit https://pancreatic.org/november/ for more information.

New Podcast Announcement! “Applicable Leadership Tips and the Art of Feedback”

New Podcast Announcement! “Applicable Leadership Tips and the Art of Feedback”

Wednesday, 30th, 2022

With Kristin, CEO of Woodlocks & Associates, we dive into the realm of leadership. In particular with regard to leading during a time of change and innovation. We further discuss the art of feedback and how best to manage such and develop as a core skill set within your organization.

Guest: Kristin Woodlock RN, BSN, MPA, CDTLF & CEO of Woodlock and Associates

Kristin Woodlock CEO of Woodlock & Associates, delivers results for government, healthcare payors, hospital systems, nonprofits, and community-based organizations across the country.  Ms. Woodlock served simultaneously as the Executive Deputy and Action Commissioner of the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH).  In this role she led the largest public mental health system in the United States.  After thirty years of government service, Ms. Woodlock became a Crisis CEO for FEGS Health and Human Services, one of the County’s largest non-profits to enter Chapter 11 bankruptcy.  Under her leadership, FEGS transitioned over 125,000 clients to other providers in six-months without a single untoward incident.

As a subject-matter expert in behavioral health, she is a faculty member of major initiatives with the National Council for Behavioral Health and an Investigator on the Columbia University HEALing Communities Study funded by the National Institute of Drug Abuse.  Ms. Woodlock is sought out by healthcare systems and providers for her unique ability to solve complex health and behavioral health issues.  Of equal importance is her work with community-based organizations to end health disparities for people with disabilities or for Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC.)

Ms. Woodlock is a Certified Dare to Lead™ Facilitator based on the research of Dr. Brené Brown.

Beyond the Stethoscope: Vital Conversations with SHP

Beyond the Stethoscope: Vital Conversations with SHP can be found on all podcast apps including Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & Amazon.

Live Today! “What Exactly Is a Direct Contracting Marketplace?”

Live Today! “What Exactly Is a Direct Contracting Marketplace?”

With bundling services an increasing option for providers and employers, both will be interested in how to enter such an arrangement. Particularly with Direct to Employer (DTE) agreements increasing in popularity. We’ll also hear how a platform such as Coral can play a role as an online middle man to connect employers and providers with transparent pricing.

Guest: Troy Reichert, Chief Revenue Officer, Coral

Troy Reichert is the Chief Revenue Officer of Coral.  In this role he oversees all business development strategies working with advisors, medical providers and industry leaders to expand the adoption and utilization of self-funded medical plans and direct provider relationships.  He is an “evangelist” for free market healthcare, fair & transparent pricing and choice for employers, employees and individuals.  His TPA established one of the most successful direct contract programs putting doctors

He holds degrees from two of the nation’s most prestigious universities. His Bachelor of Arts degree was earned at Wheaton College in Chicago, followed by completion of the MBA program at Vanderbilt University’s Owen School of Management. Additionally, Troy was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Trinity Theological Seminary of South Florida. He is also a multiple year recipient of the GAMA Leadership Award.

For more than 30 years, Troy has been an effective leader and public speaker. He has traveled around the country working with clients, developing creative solutions and talking to groups about change management.  He is also a published author with his first book Benefits Re-Imagined published in 2019.

Troy’s passion for motivation, leadership and education runs deep, extending well beyond work and career. He is a volunteer with Junior Achievement teaching students about work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy and has been an active coach in little league and high school sports.

Troy and his wife have been married for over 35 years and have a daughter, three sons and two grandchildren.  He is an avid outdoorsman, photographer and writer.

Announcing Our Next Episode: “What Exactly Is a Direct Contracting Marketplace?”

Announcing Our Next Episode: “What Exactly Is a Direct Contracting Marketplace?”

With bundling services an increasing option for providers and employers, both will be interested in how to enter such an arrangement. Particularly with Direct to Employer (DTE) agreements increasing in popularity. We’ll also hear how a platform such as Coral can play a role as an online middle man to connect employers and providers with transparent pricing.

Guest: Troy Reichert, Chief Revenue Officer, Coral

Troy Reichert is the Chief Revenue Officer of Coral.  In this role he oversees all business development strategies working with advisors, medical providers and industry leaders to expand the adoption and utilization of self-funded medical plans and direct provider relationships.  He is an “evangelist” for free market healthcare, fair & transparent pricing and choice for employers, employees and individuals.  His TPA established one of the most successful direct contract programs putting doctors

He holds degrees from two of the nation’s most prestigious universities. His Bachelor of Arts degree was earned at Wheaton College in Chicago, followed by completion of the MBA program at Vanderbilt University’s Owen School of Management. Additionally, Troy was awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the Trinity Theological Seminary of South Florida. He is also a multiple year recipient of the GAMA Leadership Award.

For more than 30 years, Troy has been an effective leader and public speaker. He has traveled around the country working with clients, developing creative solutions and talking to groups about change management.  He is also a published author with his first book Benefits Re-Imagined published in 2019.

Troy’s passion for motivation, leadership and education runs deep, extending well beyond work and career. He is a volunteer with Junior Achievement teaching students about work readiness, entrepreneurship and financial literacy and has been an active coach in little league and high school sports.

Troy and his wife have been married for over 35 years and have a daughter, three sons and two grandchildren.  He is an avid outdoorsman, photographer and writer.

It’s Live! “Insight Into Wound and Ostomy Care, the Evolution Taking Place, and How Technology Such as Corstrata Is Playing a Role”

It’s Live! “Insight Into Wound and Ostomy Care, the Evolution Taking Place, and How Technology Such as Corstrata Is Playing a Role”

Listen today! “Insight Into Wound and Ostomy Care, the Evolution Taking Place, and How Technology Such as Corstrata Is Playing a Role” drops!

If you do not have much knowledge on Wound and Ostomy care, that will certainly change after listening to Joe. We gain data oriented insight into this often neglected service of care, and discuss how virtual care and telehealth are viable solutions for any provider setting to utilize. From there, we hear more about how Corstrata is working on solving this care gap.

Beyond the Stethoscope: Vital Conversations with SHP can be found on all podcast apps including Spotify, Apple Podcasts, & Amazon. 

Beyond the Stethoscope: Vital Conversations with SHP