Hello Healthcare Podcast and Media

Consumerism, tech disruptors, and new entrants are shaping the future of healthcare. Hear innovative strategies and stories from today’s healthcare leaders.

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What Healthcare Consumers Want, ft. Stephen Moegling, Chief Strategy Officer
Healthcare Leadership: Strategies for Growth, ft. Edward Marx, CEO, Divurgent
Building Next Gen Marketing Strategies ft. Don Stanziano, CMO, Geisinger
The Future of Healthcare is Hyper-Personalization ft. Daniel Derman, Chief Innovation Executive
Content Strategy that Drives Results, ft. Chris Boyer, VP of Digital Strategy, Beth Israel...
Drive the Consumer Experience with Data, ft. Heather Geisler, CMO, Henry Ford Health System
Navigating the Talent Crisis, ft. Alan Shoebridge, AVP, National Communication, Providence
Strategize Your Revenue Recovery, ft. Jim Blazar, Chief Strategy Officer
Unseen Opportunities in Mental Health, ft. Dr. Martin Hickey, New Mexico State Senator
Integrate the Customer Journey to Drive Patient Engagement, ft. Sarah Sanders, Dr. Aaron Neinstein,...

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About Hello Healthcare

Consumer experiences, major disruptors, and AI tech are shaping healthcare for years to come. On Hello Healthcare, we dive deep on these issues with leaders who are driving change. We hope that their stories will drive you to demand and create a better future.

Podcast Host


Chris Hemphill

Podcast Host
Hello Healthcare

Chris Hemphill is the Podcast Host of Hello Healthcare. Their experience is focused on helping health systems make data-driven decisions to improve processes and understand results. Chris is a dynamic, sought-after speaker for virtual and in-person events.


“Chris is a wonderful host, whose genuine curiosity is clear from their thoughtful questions that coax out the best in their guests. Love having an ear to the ground to what’s going on in the industry.”