6th November: Weekly Roundup & Review - The Business of Healthcare Podcast
Welcome back to our weekly round-up of The Business of Healthcare podcast, and the last one in partnership with Best Practice before Best Practice Birmingham opens its doors next week. What an exciting journey we've had in the world of healthcare. If you haven't tuned in yet, you're definitely missing out on some golden nuggets of wisdom and insights. Let's dive into this week's episodes and get you as pumped as we are to hit that "subscribe" button.
Episode 1: Danny Bartlett
In the first of this week’s episodes, Tara spoke with Danny Bartlett, Lead Pharmacist at Horsham Central Primary Care Network. Danny brings a wealth of experience, and he dropped some serious knowledge bombs.
They discussed Danny's incredible transition from community pharmacy to Primary Care Network, the pivotal role of the Horsham Central PCN pharmacy team, the sweet scoop on Primary Care leadership and training opportunities, Danny's priceless advice on advancing your healthcare career, the importance of sharing knowledge and supporting one another, and the nitty-gritty on medication shortages and pharmacy closures.
But wait, there's more! Danny also shared his vision on the future scope of practice for prescribing pharmacists. Trust us, it's an episode that'll leave you inspired and in awe of the amazing work happening in the healthcare world. We’re so excited to welcome Danny to speak at our PCN Pharmacist Theatre, have you registered yet?
Episode 2: Jennifer Neff and Alan Payne
The second episode was an incredible conversation with Jennifer Neff, Managing Director and Co-Founder of Access Elemental, and Alan Payne, Group Product and Engineering Director at The Access Group. Together, they talked about how Access Elemental is making a real impact:
The journey of Access Elemental from start-up to a powerful partnership with The Access Group, removing friction in healthcare processes and proving key milestones with their solution, expanding visibility and growing their customer base, the art of selling to the NHS, navigating partnerships and learning valuable lessons, boosting confidence in social prescribing within Primary Care, a sneak peek into what the future holds for Access Elemental and social prescribing, and balancing health and wellbeing while revolutionising healthcare.
Their story is nothing short of inspiring, and their dedication to making healthcare smoother and more accessible is commendable. Will you be joining Jennifer’s session: Hitchhikers guide to joined up care – Primary Care, Secondary Care, Social Care, Third Sector and Housing, at the Best Practice Workshop Theatre?
Episode 3: Georgina Craig
In the third and final episode of the week, Tara got to chatting with Georgina Craig, National Director of The Experience Led Care Programme. Here's what you can expect:
Discovering the incredible power of group consultations, unveiling the fascinating agenda of The Experience Led Care Programme, Georgina's inspiring journey from an outsider to an HSJ award winner, defining personalised and person-centred care in the healthcare landscape, the challenges of self-promotion and advocacy.
You can also listen to get a glimpse into why Georgina is excited for Best Practice Birmingham next week!
Georgina's insights into putting patients at the heart of healthcare services are truly eye-opening, and we’re lucky enough to have her involved with multiple sessions at Best Practice Birmingham, there’s no reason to miss out!
Now, if you've been hooked by these tantalising titbits, we encourage you to listen to the full episodes and subscribe to The Business of Healthcare podcast. The wealth of knowledge and inspiration shared here is bound to elevate your understanding of healthcare's dynamic landscape.
And remember, if you're a healthcare professional or enthusiast, don't forget to register for Best Practice Birmingham before the online registration closes on Tuesday, October 10th, at 4 pm. It's your chance to be a part of something amazing in the healthcare world.