CareThreads Podcast
Episode 000 CareThreads Podcast

Introducing Netsmart CareThreads

Tom Herzog, Netsmart
Scott Green, Netsmart
Dawn Iddings, Netsmart

Everybody has a podcast. So why not us?

COVID has forced us to be creative in how we communicate, and podcasts are a great way to connect and share information. On the Netsmart CareThreads show, human services and post-acute leaders across the healthcare continuum come together to discuss industry trends, challenges, and opportunities. 

In this intro episode, host Tom Herzog talks with Scott Green, senior vice president and general manager of human services at Netsmart, and Dawn Iddings, senior vice president and general manager post-acute at Netsmart, about why we're doing what we're doing on this show. 

Here's what we discussed:

  • Why we want a combined podcast and not separate ones for human services and post-acute;
  • A day in the life of post-acute care during COVID;
  • What new practices will remain post-COVID;
  • ...And what you can expect from the CareThreads podcast.

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