RadioRev is a podcast for change makers looking to do more than just health engagement. We’re talking to the leaders and innovators who are bringing new ideas, inspiring others, and leading the way.
Episode 6 – Understanding Flu Shot Attitudes Using Behavioral Research with Matt Swanson
This episode features an interview with Matt Swanson, human-centered design expert at Revel. Matt talks about the different ways behavioral research can help to understand why some people get flu shots routinely and what’s influencing others from getting one at all.
Episode 5 – Preventive Screenings with Louise Briguglio
Louise Briguglio, Product Strategy Leader at Revel walks through the importance of preventive screenings and the challenges health plans face when trying to engage their members to take preventive actions.
Episode 4 – Emergency Department Mitigation with Dr. Kevin Croston
This episode features Dr. Kevin Croston of North Memorial Health, discussing the initial results of North Memorial’s ED mitigation program with Revel CEO Jeff Fritz.
Episode 3 – Forrester Data Strategy & Insights Forum with Peter Eliason
Peter Eliason, Director of Analytics and Data Science at Revel recently attended Forrester’s first annual Data Strategy & Insights Forum in Orlando, FL. On this episode of RadioRev he recaps the event, shares his favorite moments, and top takeaways.
Episode 2 – Good in the Hood with Shawn Morrison
On this episode of RadioRev, Revel President & CTO talks with Shawn Morrison, Founder & Executive Director at Good in the Hood, a Twin Cities organization Revel is partnering with this year through their Holiday Help Campaign. To learn more about Good in the Hood and how you can get involved, visit their website by clicking the button below.
Episode 1 – Understanding Medicare Star Ratings with Sara Ratner
Our first episode of RadioRev dives into the world of Medicare Star Ratings with Jeff Fritz, CEO at Revel and Sara Ratner, our government programs specialist. We cover the nuts and bolts of Medicare Star Ratings, what they are, why they matter, and who should care about them. Download Sara’s guide to government programs to learn more.