The Inside Beat
“The heartbeat of any great organization is its people.”
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Welcome to The Inside Beat
- a HealthCare Partners Podcast sharing team member stories and what it’s like to work at HealthCare Partners
Episode No. 3 - | 15 min 09 sec |
Episode Description:

Host:                                                                                        Guest:
Rayanne Thorn                                                               
 Dr. Hannah Kim – Pediatric Medicine                                                                                          

Hannah Kim, MD, is board certified in pediatrics. Dr. Kim earned her medical degree from the University of Maryland School of Medicine in Baltimore. She completed her internship in pediatrics at Boston University and her residencies at Boston Medical Center and Seattle Children's Hospital. Dr. Kim believes the whole family plays an important role in a child's health and well-being. She works closely with patients and their families to educate them about the child's health and treatment plans. In addition to English, Dr. Kim speaks fluent Korean.

Episode Highlight:

“I found a note from years ago when I was going through boxes of memorabilia. And one of the things I found was a note that said, ‘When I grow up I want to be a pediatrician.’ I had forgotten I wrote that. For me, preventive care is really important and I really like working with children because I feel you're getting into the child's care and talking about disease prevention before it happens.” – Dr. Kim

Words and Phrases from this episode:
"CME" – Continuing Medical Education
"EMR" – Electronic Medical Records
"CMS" – Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services
Episode No. 2 - | 14 min 26 sec |
Episode Description:

Host:                                                                                        Guest:
Rayanne Thorn                                                                 
Dr. Jeffrey RothInternal Medicine                                                                                          

Jeffrey Roth, DO, is board certified in internal medicine. Dr. Roth earned his medical degree from the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his internship at Pacific Hospital of Long Beach and his residency at Loma Linda University Medical Center. In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Roth is a clinical associate professor of medicine at Western University of Health Sciences in Pomona. He enjoys learning about his patients and their lives, and works to help as many people as possible. A native of Los Angeles, Dr. Roth enjoys volunteering in his community.

Episode Highlights:

“I started here 28 years ago and wouldn’t want to work anywhere else.” – Dr. Roth

"I don't think there's a better place where a doctor can work. It's a terrific place and as long as you're doing your best and working hard and taking good care of your patients and keeping up on things, they'll always find something, hear that, satisfies your career. There's lots of opportunities to grow into a new activity within the group." - Dr. Roth

Words and Phrases from this episode:
"CHAPs Programs" – Comprehensive Health Assessment Programs
"IPA" – Independent Physician Association
"HCC Coding" - Hierarchical Condition Category (HCC) coding is a payment model mandated by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)


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Episode No. 1 - | 16 min 4 sec |
Episode Description:

Host:                                                                                        Guests:
Rayanne Thorn                                                                 Amar Desai, MD MPH - President and CEO of Optum California
                                                                                          
Michelle Li, PhD - Director of Workforce Planning, HealthCare Partners

Episode Highlights:
"Value-based care is really a notion of thinking about the overall care, both from the perspective of quality, the quality of care that a patient receives in terms of clinical outcomes, but also cost and affordability. Making sure you're delivering that high quality care at the best cost possible so that the overall care is sustainable for the system and affordable to the patient." - Amar Desai, MD, MPH

"We have a fantastic top performing, very diverse and highly interdisciplinary team of workforce here at HealthCare Partners. My team is working on various different initiativesto showcase our team to the public, not just about their professional achievements and more importantly, to show the human side of them, their lives outside of HealthCare Partners and their lives as part of the community that they love and serve. That's when The Inside Beat, a Healthcare Partners' podcast was born." - Michelle Li, PhD