Cover art for podcast The Business of Healthcare with Tara Humphrey

The Business of Healthcare with Tara Humphrey

182 EpisodesProduced by Tara HumphreyWebsite

Tara Humphrey looks behind-the-scenes at the business side of healthcare by talking to NHS and private healthcare leaders. And, throughout this podcast, she also shares her own project management and leadership insights.Tara has an MBA in Healthcare Leadership and Management and Leadership. She is t… read more

episodes iconAll Episodes

#180 Managing the Media in General Practice with Emma Wilkinson

November 25th, 2021

35:51

Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 180 where this week I am talking to Emma Wilkinson who is a Freelance Health Journalist, Editor and Teacher. 

We had a great discussion regarding Emma’s journey …

#179 Comparison & Fear of Missing Out

November 18th, 2021

19:03

This week on The Business of Healthcare Podcast I discuss Comparison & Fear of Missing Out.

It's something even the most confident of people can worry about and I have to remember that even with the best planning in …

#178 Raising awareness of blood cancer and how we can all help with DKMS

November 11th, 2021

20:23

Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 178 where this week I am talking to Louise Clague who is the Donor Recruitment Manager for DKMS. They are an international charity dedicated to the fight …

#177 Mentorship & Health, Care and Inequality Grant

November 4th, 2021

13:36

Today on the business of healthcare podcast I have the pleasure in talking about The Business of Healthcare Mentorship Programme and the Health & Care Inequality Grant. 

Last year we created an initiative called the …

#176 Working Towards A Common Agenda with Alison Reid

October 28th, 2021

35:54

Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast where this week I am talking to Alison Reid who is the CEO at Community Dental Services. 

What I really liked about this interview is that I don't share the interview …

#175 How to share what you do

October 26th, 2021

11:48

Today on the business of healthcare podcast I have the pleasure in talking about - How do we share what we do? Referring also to a great book that I have read recently - Show your Work by Austin Kleon. 

Don't overthink …

#174 Why we should give blood - With Geraldine Parker-Smith from NHS Blood & Transplant

October 21st, 2021

29:16

Geraldine Parker-Smith NHS Blood & Transplant 

Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast where this week I am talking to Geraldine Parker-Smith who is the National Diversity Marketing Manager for NHS Blood …

#173 Are you prioritising your team?

October 19th, 2021

6:53

This week on The Business of Healthcare Podcast I wanted to discuss the importance of making time to meet with your team even when you feel like there is no time. 
 
A few of the questions that I discuss 👇 
 
What is …

#172 Tapping into your network with Ziad Laklouk

October 14th, 2021

38:23

Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast episode 172 where I have the pleasure of speaking with Ziad Laklouk  

Ziad is a pharmacist, and he …

#171 Understanding the context you work within

October 12th, 2021

8:16

#171 Understanding the context you work within  

So in this podcast, I just wanted to really briefly give my take on why it's so important we really understand and study the context that we work within.  We are all the …

#170 Understanding the LGBTQ issues in the communities we serve with Neil Baulita

October 7th, 2021

54:48

Welcome back to the Business of Healthcare Podcast – where I had the absolute pleasure of interviewing Neil Baulita.  Neil is a NHS Governor, …

#169 Demand, Capacity & Variation

October 5th, 2021

9:28

BH169 – Demand, Capacity & Variation 

In this short solo episode, I am going to be talking about Demand, Capacity & Variation which was …

#168 Always looking forward with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8

September 30th, 2021

37:58

BH168 Always Looking Forward with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 

In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Matthew Cleevely from 10to8 …

#167 Finding the factors that support your success

September 28th, 2021

12:39

#167 Finding the factors that support your success 

 In this solo episode, I am going to be talking about finding the factors that support your …

#166 Clinical Research, Ethics & Covid Implications with Dr Lia Hunter

September 23rd, 2021

38:20

In today's episode I had the pleasure of talking with Dr Lia Hunter, Lia has over 25 years experience in the pharmaceutical and bio-pharmaceutical industry and is the Founder & Managing Director of CGX Training …

#165 How to enhance your recruitment and retention

September 21st, 2021

15:58

#165 How to enhance your recruitment & retention 

In this solo episode, I am going to be talking with you and sharing with you, my …

#164 Building a world class team to solve a long standing problem with Elliott Engers

September 16th, 2021

47:23

Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Elliott Engers who is the Co Founder and CEO at Infinity Health who are a task management platform for staff to share and coordinate care in real time, they are a …

#163 Why Consistency Is The Key To Your Success

September 14th, 2021

9:39

163 Why Consistency Is The Key To Your Success

In this weeks episode I wanted to talk to you about the  importance and the benefits of being consistent, and to raise the question with you around what areas of your …

#162 Let the results speak for themselves with Clare Vale

September 9th, 2021

38:29

162 - Clare Vale Let the results speak for themselves 

Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Clare Vale who is the Managing Director …

#161 How to get out of your own way

September 7th, 2021

14:27

161 How to get out of your own way 

We all turn to trusted colleagues or friends for advice, but sometimes we want real advice, not just to be told …

#160 A Practical Approach To Deliver Integrated Care with Katherine Pitts

September 2nd, 2021

44:19

160 Don't hit the target but miss the point with Katherine Pitts

Today on the Business of Healthcare Podcast I speak to Katherine Pitts who is the Chief Strategy and Transformation Officer at IC24. We explore Integrated …

#159 Why you should revisit your plans

August 31st, 2021

11:12

#159 Why you should revisit your plans 

Making goals for your work and home life can help give you direction of where you want to go. I’ve always …

#158 Leaving the NHS with Dr Rachael Rooney

August 26th, 2021

37:54

158 Leaving the NHS with Dr Rachael Rooney 

In today’s episode I am talking with the wonderful Dr Rachael Rooney. Rachael is a GP by background and …

#157 Do not say No because you are scared

August 24th, 2021

12:30

157 Do not say no because you are scared 

Welcome back to the business of healthcare podcast. I hope you guys are doing well. In this episode, I wanted to do a little bit of a re-introduction as we have new listeners, …

#156 A Sense of Responsibility to Speak Out with Cedi Frederick

August 19th, 2021

51:56

#156 A Sense of Responsibility to Speak Out - with Cedi Frederick

Welcome back to the Business of Healthcare Podcast – this episode is extremely, …

#155 How Transactional Activities can lead to Transformational Change with Sophie Edwards

August 17th, 2021

6:51

BH155 – How transactional activities lead to transformational change with Sophie Edwards 

In this short episode I will be sharing an extract with from one of my very early podcasts with Sophie Edwards Click here to be …

#154 Do not assume the NHS is one buying organisation with Jaivir Pall

August 12th, 2021

43:10

 

#154 – Do not assume the NHS is one buying organisation with Jaivir Pall 

Today I have the pleasure of speaking to Jaivir Pall who is the Co - Founder and CFO of Harbr - The Venture Experts.  We have a great …

#153 How to stay on course with your long term strategy with Stephen Critchlow

August 10th, 2021

8:03

In this short episode 153 I will be sharing with you both my thoughts and Stephen Critchlow’s thoughts who is the CEO and Founder of Evergreen on how to stay on course with your long term strategy.  

Topics to listen …

#152 Quality is Key with Phin Robinson

August 5th, 2021

35:38

152 Quality is Key with Phin Robinson Pure Physiotherapy 

Today I have the pleasure of speaking to Phin Robinson who is the Founder and Director of Pure Physiotherapy Ltd. We discuss Phin’s journey starting in …

#151 Reframing Conflicts of Interest with Dr Dan Bunstone

August 3rd, 2021

7:33

151 – Reframing Conflicts of Interest with Dr Dan Bunstone 

In this short episode I will be sharing with you both my thoughts and Dr Dan Bunstone’s thoughts and feelings on conflicts of interest within healthcare and …

#150 It's Kind to be clear - Sarah Everest

July 29th, 2021

40:08

#150 – It’s kind to be clear with Sarah Everest 

Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast with me Tara Humphrey, today I and going to …

#149 How to Manage Tricky Situations

July 27th, 2021

9:23

#149 How to deal with tricky Situations

In this episode I discuss how I’ve had a few experiences where I’ve had to practice resilience. I wanted to share this with you and talk about the importance of practising …

#148 What is the Power & Importance of Lifestyle Medicine - with Dr Angela Goyal

July 22nd, 2021

41:38

#148 – What is the Power & Importance of Lifestyle Medicine with Dr Angela Goyal 

Dr Angela Goyal is a GP Director and the Founder of Inspired …

#147 Stop trying to do everything yourself

July 20th, 2021

37:40

BH147 – Stop trying to do Everything Yourself 

Welcome back to The Business of Healthcare Podcast with me Tara Humphrey, today I and going to be discussing how and why we need to stop trying to do everything ourselves. 

#146 Supporting Isolated Members of the Community - The Bee Tree Community

July 15th, 2021

45:05

#146 - Supporting Isolated Members of the Community - The Bee Tree Community 

I have had the pleasure of speaking to both Debbie & Clare from The …

#145 Leadership Lessons we can all apply with Tony Warne

July 13th, 2021

6:21

#145 Leadership Lessons we can all Apply with Tony Warne 

In today’s episode we revisit a previous podcast with my wonderful guest Tony Warne. 

#144 Face to face will never go away with Krista Burslam

July 8th, 2021

55:08

#144 – Face to face will never go away - Krista Burslam  

Krista Burslam is the Clinical Director for Urgent & Emergency Care …

#143 When Partnerships do not go as Planned

July 6th, 2021

7:39

#143 – When Partnerships do not go as Planned – Nicholas Kelly 

This episode is a slightly different one today, I have gone back into my extensive …

#142 Learning From & Honouring our Struggle with Grace Marshall

July 1st, 2021

26:52

142 Learning from and honouring our struggle - Grace Marshall

 
Grace joins me on the podcast today to talk about Struggle, being a Productivity …

#141 In Conversation with My Health Coach - Dr Helen Lawal

June 29th, 2021

59:33

#141: In Conversation with my Health Coach Dr Helen Lawal 

I had a fabulous time talking with my guest today Dr Helen Lawal who is also my Health …

#140 Why Integrity Always Wins with Liam Palmer

June 24th, 2021

52:42

#140: Supporting Social Care to become best in class – Liam Palmer 

Liam Palmer is a registered Care Home Manager, Author, Podcast Host and Tech Advocate and he is such a nice guy! Listen out to the funny story! 

#139 How to create effective meetings

June 22nd, 2021

19:57

139. - How to create effective meetings 

In this episode I wanted to talk you through and share with you some back to basics tips on how to create effective meetings. A lot of time and effort goes into this and I wanted …

#138 Content, Connection & Control with Jack Jacob

June 17th, 2021

53:17

#138: Content, Connection & Control – Jack Jacob 

Jack Jacob is the Managing Director of a company called PNE-UK which is a learning and …

#137 Do you need a written Vision & Mission?

June 15th, 2021

6:48

BH137 – Do you need a written Vision & Mission? 

 

In this weeks solo episode, I wanted to talk to you about whether it’s important for your …

#136 The Future of Healthcare with Lara Otunla

June 10th, 2021

43:48

Lara Otunla is a pharmacist and owns her own Pharmacy, she is the founder and CEO of the London House of Wellbeing which is a screen service that allows us to have access to specific health related tests. Lara shares …

#135 How to network virtually in the NHS

June 8th, 2021

16:52

BH135 – How to network virtually in the NHS 

In this weeks solo episode, I wanted to talk you through networking in the NHS and I wanted to share …

#134 The first medicine you give a patient is you - Dr Amanj Ahmad

June 3rd, 2021

33:47

Dr Amanj Hamad – The first medicine you give a patient is you 

 

Dr Amanj Ahmad works as a Consultant Geriatrician and Physician at Ipswich …

#133 Lesson Learnt from Letting People Go

June 1st, 2021

17:08

#133 Lessons learnt from letting people go 

In this solo episode, I am going to be talking with you and sharing with you, my experience and lessons …

#132 - A Clinicians Perspective of Management with Florence Wilcock

May 27th, 2021

41:28

#132 Florence Wilcock - A Clinicians Perspective of Management 

Today on the podcast I have the pleasure of speaking to Florence Wilcock who works …

#131 Gratitude & Affirmations as a Business Strategy

May 25th, 2021

41:43

#131: Gratitude & affirmations as a business strategy 

This podcast is a little different! Today I am going to share with you an interview where I was the guest and it’s called The BizChix Podcast hosted by Natalie …

#130 Finding Great Ideas A Home with Rachel Dunscombe

May 20th, 2021

49:35

130 Rachel Dunscombe – Finding great ideas a home. 

Today I am speaking with Rachel Dunscombe who is the CEO at NHS Digital Academy and Principal …

#129 What it takes to confidently work across multiple organisations

May 18th, 2021

16:22

#129 What it takes to confidently work across multiple organisations.

In this episode I wanted to talk you through and share some advice on what it …

#128 You don't start a business and hope for the best with Grace Gimson

May 13th, 2021

37:56

#128 – Grace Gimson – You don’t start a business and hope for the best.

Grace Gimson is the Co Founder of Holly health which is a digital health App. 

#127 How To Carry Out A Communications Audit

May 6th, 2021

16:22

In this episode I will be sharing with you how to carry out a Communications Audit.  I feel whether you’ve been working with your team for years and years, or you are newly formed team, effective communication needs to …

#126 Leading, but letting people be with Jennifer Neff

April 29th, 2021

44:06

 

Jennifer Neff is the Co Founder of Elemental Software - A social prescribing platform. 
 
Jennifer joins me on the podcast today to talk about Elemental’s journey, how it all started, Feeling underestimated and how …

#125 - Why making a change was more important than growth - Joshua Sprigg

April 22nd, 2021

45:14
Joshua Sprigg is the Founder and CEO of Enferm Medical who specialise in Medical Recruitment. 

Joshua joins me on the podcast today to talk about Enferm Medical, how it all started, his addictive personality, Cancel …

#124 - How to prepare for busy periods at work

April 15th, 2021

14:44

 

#124 - How to prepare for busy periods at work 

In this episode I will be sharing with you how I prepare for busy periods at work. 

Topics to …

#123 Stephen Critchlow - Don't let Tactics drive your Strategy

April 8th, 2021

41:26
 

#123 – Stephen Critchlow - Don’t let tactics drive your strategy 

Stephen Critchlow is the Founder, CEO and Chair of the Wellbeing Team at …

#122 Saran Muthiah - Using Frustrations to Create Solutions

April 1st, 2021

53:17

#122 – Saran Muthiah Using Frustrations to create solutions 

Saran Muthiah is the Co Founder of EnrichMyCare  with is a technology platform which …

#121 Productivity Tips

March 30th, 2021

13:00

 

#121: Productivity Tips 

In this episode I will be sharing behind the scenes of what I do to set myself up for a productive day and what a good productive day looks like to me. Thank you Chris Rogers for asking …

#120 Dr James Somauroo - No Longer Chasing The Prize

March 25th, 2021

53:05

#120 – Dr James Somauroo 

Dr James Somauroo is the founder of somX which is a healthcare agency.  He also the host of the Health Tech Podcast, a writer for Forbes and started his career as a Doctor. 

James joins me …

#119 Anticipate Barriers to Change

March 23rd, 2021

16:33

 

#119: Anticipating Barriers to Change 

In my last podcast, I talked to you guys about Letting Go If you are yet to listen to that episode, have a listen here. 

Today I wanted to talk to you about Anticipating …

#118 How Serious Are You? with Carol Read Pt 2

March 18th, 2021

30:07
 

#118 – How serious are you? with Carol Read Pt 2 

Carol Read is a registered nurse, an Innovation Consultant, Executive Coach and Mentor. She …

#117 Letting Go

March 16th, 2021

8:49

 

#117: Letting Go 

In my last podcast, I talked to you guys and shared some advice on the work that no one sees, If you are yet to listen to that episode, have a listen here. 

Today I wanted to talk to you …

#116 Spark, Pivot and Sprint with Carol Read Pt 1

March 11th, 2021

29:51

#116 – Spark, Pivot and Sprint with Carol Read Pt 1 

Carol Read is a registered nurse, an Innovation Consultant, Executive Coach and Mentor. She has …

#115 The Work That No One Sees

March 9th, 2021

12:18

#115: The work that no one sees 

In my last podcast, I talked to you guys and shared some advice on where I am today, If you are yet to listen to that episode, have a listen here. 

Today I wanted to talk to you …

#114 Relationships, Covid and my Entrepreneurial Issue - Sam Alsop Hall

March 4th, 2021

49:09

#114: Relationships, Covid and my Entrepreneurial Issue – Sam Alsop Hall

Sam Alsop Hall is a Managing Director and Co-Founder of a company called …

#113 Where I am Today - Tara Humphrey

March 2nd, 2021

20:44

#113: Where I Am Today – Tara Humphrey 

I wanted to talk to you about how I am where I am today, 

Topics to listen out for;  

  • Permission to do …

#112 Tony Warne - The Role of a Non-Executive Director

February 25th, 2021

44:03
   

#112: The Role of a Non Executive Director – Professor Tony Warne  

In this episode, I interview Professor Tony Warne who works at The …

#111 How to work with people that get under your skin

February 23rd, 2021

11:51
 

#111: How to work with people that get under your skin 

In my last podcast, I talked to you guys and shared some advice on how to create a simple business plan, If you are yet to listen to that episode, have a …

#110 Five and a half million patients and how he does it all - Dr Dan Bunstone - Push Doctor

February 18th, 2021

32:23
 

#110: five and a half million patients and how he does it all with Dr Dan Bunstone – Push Doctor 

Dr Dan Bunstone is the Chief Medical Officer at Push Doctor and also a GP Partner. 

Dan joins me on the podcast today …

#109 How to create a simple business plan

February 16th, 2021

13:15

#109: How to create a simple Business Plan 

In my last podcast, I talked to you guys and shared some advice on what to expect being hired in a pandemic, If you are yet to listen to that episode, have a listen here. 

#108: How to Create a Healthy Private Practice with Chris Rogers

February 11th, 2021

34:50

Chris Rogers is the Co-Founder at Private Practice Surgery. His company is newly developing and provides marketing for Consultant Physicians and …

#107 Hired in a Pandemic

February 9th, 2021

12:35

#107: Hired in a Pandemic |What to expect with no induction plan 

In my last podcast, I talked to you guys and shared some advice on how to embed a …

#106: Clarity, Values and Motherhood with Preeti Minhas

February 4th, 2021

47:54

Preeti Minhas is Head of Diabetes, Cardiovascular and Respiratory and has a background being a Pharmacist.

Preeti joins me today to talk about the …

#105 How To Embed A New Role Working Virtually

February 2nd, 2021

17:18

#105: How to embed a new role when working Virtually 

In this episode I wanted to talk you through and share some advice on how to successfully embed …

#104: Thoughts About Leaving Medicine with Dr Carmen Landrau

January 28th, 2021

53:08

Dr Carmen Landrau is a Cardiologist and a Motivational Speaker who lives in Houston, Texas. Carmen is a really good friend of mine, we met back in …

#103: How to Sell your Big Ideas

January 26th, 2021

18:20

So far in our selling series, we have covered how to overcome your fear of selling and how to sell with confidence.

This episode is geared to those of you who are employees. You may be in a leadership position and may …

#102 It's not a weakness to be Kind with Dr Katrina Sheikh

January 21st, 2021

48:23

Dr Katrina Sheikh is an Acute Internal Medicine SPR and Chief Registrar at the Royal College of Physicians. Katrina went into medicine because she …

#101: How to Sell with Confidence

January 19th, 2021

21:12

In episode 99, I talked you through how to overcome your fear of selling and why we should sell our services and our time. If you are yet to listen …

#100: Virtual Reality and Angel Investment with Alex Young

January 14th, 2021

40:47

Alexander Young is the Founder and CEO at Virti, a company that uses XR, artificial intelligence and gamification to help employees learn faster and remember their training for longer. Alex’s background is in the NHS …

#99: How to Overcome the Fear of Selling

January 12th, 2021

33:05

As we are soon to be approaching our 100th podcast episode, I wanted to address the topic of selling. Whether that is selling products and services or selling ideas, I know many of you find this challenging for various …

#98: Using Technology for Good with Scott Davies

January 7th, 2021

42:58

Scott Davies is the CEO and Founder of the Nightingale App, which matches healthcare professionals with their perfect shifts. Scott believes in using …

#97: How to Take that Leap of Faith

January 5th, 2021

15:00

Taking that first leap of faith to get to where we want to be is scary and lots of people are scared to act on their ideas and scared to have conversations. In this episode I’m talking about how you can take those first …

#96: I had Coronavirus

December 22nd, 2020

16:13

In this episode Tara shares what has been happening behind the scenes and her personal experience with being diagnosed with Covid19.

 

Tara also shares some resources that have been supporting her recovery:

#95: Global Pharmacy, Discipline and Transferable Skills with Anisha Patel

December 17th, 2020

38:55

Anisha Patel is a Pharmacist with a passion for global pharmacy, education and research. She works at Evelina Children’s Hospital in London and has worked internationally, setting up services in United Arab Emirates and …

#94: What Leader Do You Want to be Now?

December 15th, 2020

14:17

We all turn to trusted colleagues or friends for advice, but sometimes we want real advice, not just to be told how brilliant we are. When you find …

#93: Influencing Where and When Patients Need to be Seen with Owain Rhys Hughes

December 10th, 2020

32:02

Owain Rhys Hughes is a serial entrepreneur, an ENT Surgeon, and the CEO of Cinapsis. Cinapsis provides a platform where clinicians are connected for them to understand patient problems, the speed in which the patient …

#92: Lasting Power of Attorney with Clare Fuller

December 8th, 2020

41:45

Clare Fuller is a Business Owner, Nurse and Lead Practitioner for Palliative and End of Life Care and has over 30 years of experience. She is a mum …

#91: The Importance of Personal Branding with Aarti Parmar

December 3rd, 2020

41:36

Aarti Parmar is a Brand Strategist, Coach and Brand Designer and has a wealth of experience helping businesses understand the importance of branding. This is an episode that everyone will be able to take something from …

#90: Becoming an Observer of Your thoughts

December 1st, 2020

11:42

As we continue in our leadership journey there are many things, we can use to our advantage in the quest to be the best leaders we can be. I have …

#89: Uncomfortable Truths with Rachael Moses

November 26th, 2020

47:29

Rachael Moses is the Associate Director of Rehabilitation and Therapies and a Consultant Respiratory Physiotherapist. I would say, Rachael is the …

#88: How to Stay Focused and Move On

November 24th, 2020

21:52

In work, in life, as a leader or manager, as a person sometimes things don’t always go our way. And that’s ok. It’s an important life lesson that we can’t always have or get what we want. Usually there are other lessons …

#87: Early Entrepreneurship with Ram Rajaraman

November 19th, 2020

41:11

Ram Rajaraman is the CEO of Chai Analytics, a company on a mission to change the way decisions are made in healthcare, by developing Artificial …

#86: A Default Diary and Why you Need One

November 17th, 2020

13:04

Today I’m talking about a default diary. If there are tasks you do regularly, for example more than twice, then a default diary can help you do those …

#85: Making Money is Not the Focus with Dr Tommy Perkins

November 12th, 2020

39:03

Tommy is the Co-Founder of Medics’ Money, which is the go-to site for doctors looking for advice and resources on how to better manage their money. They have a host of resources including e-books, a youtube channel, a …

#84: When you don’t want to show up

November 10th, 2020

9:23

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve had a few experiences where I’ve had to practice resilience. I wanted to share this with you and talk about the importance of practising resilience because as leaders this is something …

#83: Being Disruptive with Wayne Middleton

November 5th, 2020

39:19

Wayne Middleton is the CEO of Luto, a company that specialises in producing user friendly communications that are tested with real people. Luto is a unique company that write and design their communications and provide …

#82: Lockdown 2 How to Manage Your Energy

November 3rd, 2020

10:15

As a national lockdown was announced over the weekend, this episode takes a look at the value of how we can use what we learnt in the first lockdown …

#81: Unlocking Language with Shermeena Rabbi

October 29th, 2020

44:09

Shermeena Rabbi is a speech and language therapist and is the Founder and CEO of Unlocking Language. Unlocking Language provides speech therapy to …

#80: Planning and Patience

October 27th, 2020

10:56

Making goals for your work and home life can help give you direction of where you want to go. I’ve always made 12 month goals, but recently I’ve been able to plan further ahead and see the vision of my business for the …

#79: Understand the Problem before Offering Solutions featuring Lantum

October 22nd, 2020

45:07

The Business of Healthcare Podcast in Partnership with Lantum

Lantum is a workforce management software where you can schedule your workforce, find …

#78: How to Protect your Learning Time

October 20th, 2020

21:25

I’m a big believer in making time for professional development. Continually learning and growing will help you be the best you can. It can be hard to find the time when the day job is so busy, which is why I wanted to …

#77: When Saying Nothing is Worse than Getting it Wrong with Karen Middleton

October 15th, 2020

38:53

Karen Middleton is the CEO of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy. She was Chief Professions Officer at NHS England and Department of Health between 2007 and 2014. She then joined the CSP in 2014 and has been a …

#76: Imposter Syndrome and Climbing Everest

October 13th, 2020

31:04

Today I’m sharing my experiences of when Imposter Syndrome rears its ugly head – because it happens to me too. I share the times where it has been at it’s worst for me: when I launched the Business of Healthcare …

#75: Surpassing Lucky with Nicholas Kelly – Part 2

October 8th, 2020

35:57

Nicholas Kelly is the Chairman and Co-founder of Axela – a company that combines healthcare technology and social care. At the time of recording, it …

#74: Axela with Nicholas Kelly – Part 1

October 6th, 2020

1:00:57

Nicholas Kelly is the Chairman and Co-founder of Axela – a company that combines healthcare technology and social care. At the time of recording, it …

#73: Going Against the Grain with Dr Haidar Al-Hakim

October 1st, 2020

42:01

Dr Haidar Al-Hakim is former Chief Medical Officer (CMO), a Psychoanalyst, Ophthalmologist, Author and Podcast host. Haidar describes himself as an …

#72: How to Start Your Consulting Career

September 29th, 2020

12:24

When building a business or even establishing a new project or initiative, there are some things that you can do to help you have the best start. These are my insights and advice from the lessons I’ve learnt from …

#71: Lifted – Transforming Care at Home with Rachael Crook

September 24th, 2020

54:44

Rachael Crook is the Co-Founder and CEO of Lifted – who is a care provider that makes finding, organising, and managing care for your loved ones …

#70: Hiring Admin and Management Support

September 22nd, 2020

35:17

This episode will be particularly helpful to you if you are a Clinical Director working in a PCN. This episode will give you some tangible ways to …

#69: Award Winning Pharmacist Chima Olugh

September 17th, 2020

48:32

Chima Olugh is an award-winning pharmacist, Primary Care Commissioning Manager, Author, Speaker and Community Leader. Chima was also voted as one of the most outstanding Nigerian healthcare professionals in the UK in …

#68: How to Develop Strategic Partnerships

September 15th, 2020

10:18

I often get approached by people because they would like to work with me, they have an opportunity for me or they are looking for some sort of …

#67: Glucose Revival with Kris Maynard

September 10th, 2020

35:56

Kris Maynard is the Founder, President and CEO of Glucose Revival, who are a medical technology company that make medical alert necklaces for people …

#66: Behind the scenes of our podcast

September 8th, 2020

26:47

This episode I give you a glimpse into life behind the scenes of The Business of Healthcare Podcast. I’ve been asked a couple of times how I edit it and how I decided on topics to cover so I thought why not create a …

#65: Social Prescribing with Dr Mohan Sekeram

September 3rd, 2020

36:33

Dr Mohan Sekeram is the Regional Clinical Lead for Person-Centred Care for the RCGP. He is a London Deanery Trainer; is the Locality Lead for East …

#64: Turning Hope into Solid Plans

September 1st, 2020

14:50

Working with clients this week I realised they were using the word ‘hope’ a lot. In this podcast episode I share how we can take action instead of ‘hoping’. I share how it’s important to make concrete plans, put actions …

#63: Dispensing General Practice – Dying Breed or Here to Stay? With Jane Vance

August 27th, 2020

34:45

Jane Vance is a Pharmacy Technician and a Trainer for Dispex. Jane has a wealth of knowledge about dispensing practices and has come on the podcast to share with me exactly how dispensing practices work.

Jane joins me …

#62: It’s OK to Say No

August 25th, 2020

14:05

Sharing my best bits of my week and the lessons I’ve learnt – in this episode I talk about a great book to help you get to know your strengths and weaknesses. I share how important it is to sometimes say ‘no’ and it’s …

#61: Student Doctor and Mental Health Advocate Tash the Medic

August 20th, 2020

24:07

Tash the Medic is a Student Doctor and Mental Health Advocate with a huge social media following. At the start of lockdown she set up her social …

#60: The Value of a Loose Agenda

August 18th, 2020

11:03

If you are trying to build trust or trying to develop a rapport with your team, client or colleagues, sometimes a structured agenda isn’t always …

#59: Population Health, Thinking Big & Small with Dr Nav Chana

August 13th, 2020

36:04

Dr Nav Chana has been a GP Partner for 29 years, has previously been the Chairman for the National Association of Primary Care, and is currently the …

#58: How to Have a Good Day

August 11th, 2020

12:57

In my experience, I have found that a positive mindset and a willing to think positively will get you far. So in today’s episode, I share some of the key things that I do to keep me thinking positively and have the day …

# 57 How to create an attractive place to work - Re-released

August 6th, 2020

26:27

This was recorded back in September 2019 before lockdown, but it has so much goodness we wanted to share this again. 

Jemma Fairclough-Haynes is a Human Resources Specialist and the owner and CEO of Orchard Employment …

#56: The Importance of Auditing your Time

August 4th, 2020

13:34

This is the second Tuesday episode in our new format, and I hope you are enjoying it. This Tuesday I’m talking about the importance of auditing your time. I know that you need to make time to fit an audit in, but it is …

#55: End of Life Care with Clare Fuller

July 30th, 2020

36:03

Clare Fuller is a Nurse and Lead Practitioner for Palliative and End of Life Care with over 30 years of experience in this area. She is a mum and …

#54: Introducing the Business of Healthcare Scholarship

July 28th, 2020

14:06

New things are happening. In this episode, find out all about my brand new scheme, the Business of Healthcare Scholarship to support healthcare …

#53: Leadership, Mental Health and Life as a CEO with Lisa Rodrigues CBE

July 23rd, 2020

43:33

Lisa Rodrigues is currently a Writer, Coach and Mental Health Campaigner and has spent 13 years of her career as CEO of Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. She was awarded a CBE for services to the NHS in 2012, and …

#52: How Credentially are Setting the Standard with Dr Kit Latham

July 16th, 2020

36:55

Dr Kit Latham is Co-Founder and CEO of Credentially who are a health-tech start up supporting organisations to on-board clinicians and healthcare workers in a timely and efficient way. Kit is an A&E doctor where he …

#51: Shining a Light on Discrimination and Diversity in Healthcare with Mala Mawkin

July 9th, 2020

50:06

Mala Mawkins is a trained doctor, has featured in Forbes 30 under 30, feature in Vogue magazine, been a finalist of Women of the Future UK and is host of the Royal Society of Medicine Podcast. She currently works for …

#50: Creating a Culture of Partnership with Patchwork Health

July 2nd, 2020

38:24

Dr Anas Nader is Co-Founder and CEO of Patchwork Health, a technology company transforming flexible working in healthcare. Anas trained as a …

#49: Debunking Myths of Project Management with Matthew Gibbons Part 2

June 25th, 2020

28:01

Matthew Gibbons is a Project and Operations Manager and part of the Time for Care NHS England Sustainable Improvement Faculty. His background is in …

#48: Primary Care Project Management with Matthew Gibbons Part 1

June 18th, 2020

47:48

Matthew Gibbons is a Project and Operations Manager and part of the Time for Care NHS England Sustainable Improvement Faculty. His background is in …

#47: Supporting People to be Brave with Monique Carayol

June 11th, 2020

49:43

Monique Carayol is the Director of Strategy and Transformation at Hounslow and Richmond Community Healthcare NHS Trust. Monique has worked in the NHS …

#46: When YOU are the Bearer of Bad News

June 4th, 2020

10:19

In this episode, I share my perspective on what it feels like to deliver bad news. People in leadership positions go through this all the time, but their perspective is often not documented and it is just as hard to …

#45: An Introduction to Quality Improvement with Catherine Blackaby

May 28th, 2020

44:56

Catherine Blackaby is a Development Advisor, Facilitator and Coach, and part of NHS England Time 4 Care Faculty. She works with Primary Care, General …

#44: Making the Most of What You Already Have

May 21st, 2020

5:13

Whether we are working from home, have had to stop working or something in between, lots of people have been looking to learn something new in this …

#43: What to do When Your Project Suddenly Stops

May 14th, 2020

10:44

Whether you have been part of a project that has ended, or more recently been affected by Coronavirus and your project has just stopped, here are some fundamental tips to consider when you find yourself in this position.

Bonus Episode: Project Managing a Pandemic Tara Humphrey on 'The General Practice Podcast'

May 13th, 2020

19:02

Again, Tara joins Ben Gowland, the Director of Ockham Healthcare, on his podcast The General Practice Podcast. 

Tara, project management expert, supports the development of Primary Care Networks and GP Federations, and …

#42: Appt Health with Hector Smethurst

May 7th, 2020

38:59

Meet Hector Smethurst the Founder of Appt Health. Appt Health is a tech company and a social enterprise working with Primary Care organisations to help improve the call and recall process making it easier for patients …

#41: How to get the most from your day in difficult times with Katy Murray

April 30th, 2020

30:09

Katy Murray is a leadership coach, facilitator and the founder of Catalyst Collective. She uses Power Practices, which are little exercises or …

#40: Lessons Learnt So Far From Managing the Coronavirus with the NHS Confederation and Dr Farzana Hussain

April 23rd, 2020

40:30

I have both Fiona Claridge and Dr Farzana Hussain joining me on the podcast this week. Fiona is the Regional Lead for London and East of England at …

#39: Community Pharmacy with Shilpa Shah

April 16th, 2020

38:22

Shilpa Shah is a pharmacist and is the CEO of Kent Local Pharmaceutical Committee (Kent LPC). She has many years of experience working as a Pharmacist and is so passionate about Community Pharmacy.

Shilpa joins me to …

#38: What is a Mastermind Group with Dr Rachel Morris

April 9th, 2020

41:15

Dr Rachel Morris is a GP and Executive Coach with a specialism in resilience for professionals in high stress jobs. Rachel and I have been part of the same Mastermind Group for over a year now, and it’s brought us both …

Bonus Episode: Covid-19 Preparing for Battle Tara Humphrey on 'The General Practice Podcast'

April 8th, 2020

19:22

Tara puts the mic in the other hand again this episode when she is interviewed by Ben Gowland, Director of Ockham Healthcare on The General Practice Podcast.

They talk about the current Covid-19 crisis. How do you …

#37: A Quick Guide to Continuity Planning

April 2nd, 2020

14:31

I’m sure we have all been dusting off our continuity plans, or if we don’t have one recently been trying to write one. These are the plans on how to manage during an accident or crisis and we always hope we’ll never …

#36: PCN Diaries - Mindset and Resilience, The Impact of Coronavirus

March 30th, 2020

31:16

Another slightly different episode today, where I bring you insights into my work with Primary Care Networks, specifically Newham Central 1 PCN. Before the Coronavirus outbreak, Dr Farzana Hussain and I decided to share …

#35: How we are Coping with Coronavirus and the Impact on Primary Care Networks

March 26th, 2020

16:05

With the outbreak of Coronavirus having a significant impact on our daily lives, it was difficult not to address the situation and talk about the …

#34: PCN Diaries - How to Create a Meeting People Don’t Want to Leave

March 24th, 2020

24:48

This episode is something slightly different. Due to my work with Primary Care Networks as a Network Manager, and Dr Farzana Hussain’s role as a …

#33: Your End of Financial Year Checklist with James Gransby

March 19th, 2020

24:55

Please note: This episode was recorded before Covid-19 impacted the UK. Some of you may have some time on your hands at the moment to get your finances in order and if so, this one is for you.

 

Get practical advice on …

#32: Five Year Anniversary

March 17th, 2020

15:26

This is an extra special episode. Not only is it St Patrick’s Day and my birthday(!), today is also the five year anniversary of THC Primary Care. I thought this week, I’d share this extra episode on my reflections and …

#31: St Wilfrid’s Hospice with Soline Jerram and Suzy O’Callaghan

March 12th, 2020

40:44

A first for The Business of Healthcare Podcast – we have two guests on this episode! Soline Jerram and Suzy O’Callaghan are both from St Wilfrid’s …

Bonus Episode: Burgers, Busyness and Business

March 12th, 2020

43:09

Bonus Episode: Burgers, Busyness and Business Tara Humphrey on the 'You Are Not A Frog' Podcast

Tara puts the mic in the other hand this episode when she is interviewed by Dr Rachel Morris on the 'You Are Not A Frog' …

#30: Leadership in Practice with Gary Hughes

March 5th, 2020

29:43

This is Gary Hughes second appearance on The Business of Healthcare Podcast. He joined me back in Episode 2 where he shared a behind-the-scenes look …

#29: Putting People First is Good for Business with Anne-Marie Rodriquez-de-Killeen

February 27th, 2020

33:54

Anne-Marie is the founder and CEO of Ruby Red Consulting. Ruby Red has just celebrated it’s 10 year anniversary where Anne-Marie has been providing …

#28: Mindset and Motivation with Dr Vidhya

February 20th, 2020

41:46

Dr Vidhya is a life-coach, author, mum and GP with a specialist interest in mental health and lifestyle medicine. She has over 10 years of clinical experience being a Clinical Director, GP Partner, and has a background …

#27: Compassionate Leadership with Dr William Dawson

February 13th, 2020

32:05

Dr William Dawson is from the OneMedicalGroup, where he is the Chief Medical Officer and the Deputy Chief Executive Officer. Working in North Leeds, …

#26: The Role of the Clinical Lead

February 6th, 2020

13:49

Are you heading up a project, service or network? Or in a management position supporting a clinical lead? Often the role lacks clarity and you’ll not …

#25: The Messiness of Management with Audrey Songhurst

January 30th, 2020

40:45

Audrey Songhurst is an established manager and leader, most recently working as the Head of Operations at Kent Innovation and Enterprise at the …

#24: Changing lives through lifestyle medicine with Dr Simon Tobin

January 23rd, 2020

34:01

Dr. Simon Tobin is an NHS General Practitioner, GP partner, and trainer with a focus on lifestyle medicine, diabetes, and the role of exercise on …

#23: Making the Case for Continuity with a Team Approach with Dr Hussain Ghandi

January 16th, 2020

39:18

Dr. Hussain Gandhi is a General Practitioner, trainer, and Primary Care Network Clinical Director. He is the founder of eGPlearning, a company that …

#22: Behind the Scenes - How we Plan to Kick Off 2020

January 9th, 2020

12:34

Are you prepared to move forward into 2020 with clarity, direction, and focus? By strategising your goals and structuring your time accordingly, you can make every day count and have clarity on how to approach the …

#21: How to Create an Attractive Place to Work with Jemma Fairclough-Haynes

December 19th, 2019

26:27

Jemma Fairclough-Haynes is a Human Resources Specialist and the owner and CEO of Orchard Employment Law, a firm that provides valuable HR insights to help employers manage their staff more effectively. Jemma is a public …

#20: How CCG Supplies are Leading Their Business with Values and Value with Ben Elvidge

December 12th, 2019

29:06

BH020 - How CCG Supplies are Leading Their Business with Values and Value

 Ben Elvidge serves as Company Director at CCG Supplies, a full-service …

#19: How Dexcom is Revolutionising the Management of Type 1 Diabetes with Karen Baxter

December 5th, 2019

29:04

BH019 How Dexcom is revolutionising the management of Type 1 Diabetes with Karen Baxter

Karen Baxter is the Senior Director at Dexcom UK, a diabetes …

#18: Understanding Change and What It Requires with Sophie Edwards

November 28th, 2019

41:49

BH018 Understanding Change and What It Requires with Sophie Edwards

 

Sophie Edwards is an organisational development consultant, facilitator, …

#17: Lantum - Building a Business to Save the NHS £1Billion with Dr.Ishani Patel

November 21st, 2019

30:20

BH017 Lantum - Building a Business to Save the NHS £1Billion with Dr.Ishani Patel

 

Dr. Ishani Patel is a GP, entrepreneur, and co-founder of Lantum, …

#16: Influencing a Culture to Speak Up with Allison Hawes

November 14th, 2019

38:43

BH016 - Influencing a Culture to Speak Up

Allison Hawes is a Freedom to Speak Up Guardian who currently works at the Sussex Community NHS Foundation …

#15: MBAs... More than Just a Masters

November 7th, 2019

12:01

BH015 MBAs...More than Just a Masters

Is it truly worth getting your MBA in the healthcare industry? Does a master’s degree really give you a ‘leg …

#14: When You Have Had a Bad Day

October 31st, 2019

10:32

BH014 When you have had a bad day 

We all have bad days. Whether it’s due to a stressful event in our personal lives or an unexpected situation …

#13: How to Manage Multiple Stakeholders with Ben Gowland

October 24th, 2019

27:07

Ben Gowland is the Founder and Director of Ockham Healthcare, a leading healthcare consultancy specializing in the development of primary care. He is …

Encore Episode #9 Why Your Organisation Needs Radical Candour

October 17th, 2019

7:13

BH009 Why your organisation needs radical candor

 

What is ‘radical candor?’ According to experts, it is our moral obligation to say what we think, to challenge others, and to be personally challenged in a humane way. …

#11: Dr Gyles Morrison | Clinical UX Specialist

October 10th, 2019

33:59

Dr. Gyles Morrison is a Clinical UX and Digital Therapeutics Specialist and the Managing Director of Dr-Hyphen, a clinical user experience (UX) and …

#9: Why Your Organisation Needs Radical Candor

September 26th, 2019

7:13

What is ‘radical candor?’ According to experts, it is our moral obligation to say what we think, to challenge others, and to be personally challenged in a humane way. In the healthcare industry, our actions can …

#8: Austin Ambrose | Co-founder, Practice Managers Association

September 18th, 2019

31:09

Austin is the co-founder of the Practice Managers Association (PMA), an organisation with more than 25,000 members and over 80 staff. In this episode, Tara talks to Austin about communication and the systems that the …

#7: Returning to work after a holiday

September 12th, 2019

8:07

Tara discusses strategies and planning to make the return to work after a holiday feel more manageable. After a family trip to Spain this summer, …

#6: Robert McCartney | Solicitor & specialist in primary care

August 29th, 2019

25:18

Robert McCartney is a solicitor and founding director at McCartney Healthcare Associates. In this episode, Tara talks to Robert about the advent of …

#5: Dr Surina Chibber | Co-founder, My Locum Manager

August 28th, 2019

28:32

Dr Surina Chibber is a GP and co-founder of My Locum Manager. In this episode, Tara gets a behind-the-scenes look at how My Locum Manager began and Surina’s approach to business. Surina shares practical tips and advice. …

#4: Key elements required to run a project

August 22nd, 2019

9:13

Tara explores some often-overlooked elements required to run a successful project. Most project management specialists will follow a structured …

#3: Dr Farzana Hussain | GP & PCN Clinical Director

August 22nd, 2019

33:43

Dr Farzana Hussain is a GP partner at her own practice in Newham. She is also a primary care network Clinical Director. In this interview Tara and Farzana talk about the process of setting up the local primary care …

#2: Gary Hughes | Practice Manager

August 22nd, 2019

28:13

Gary Hughes is a practice manager at the Waterfield practice in Berkshire and provides consultancy services, supporting practice managers and …

#1: Tara's Introduction

August 20th, 2019

1:21

Tara introduces her new podcast: The Business of Healthcare.

The podcast will share interviews, insights, project management and leadership training and lessons learnt from leaders in the field of healthcare.

Tara runs …

Loading ...

Are you the creator of this podcast?

Verify your account

and pick the featured episodes for your show.

Listen to The Business of Healthcare with Tara Humphrey

RadioPublic

A free podcast app for iPhone and Android

  • User-created playlists and collections
  • Download episodes while on WiFi to listen without using mobile data
  • Stream podcast episodes without waiting for a download
  • Queue episodes to create a personal continuous playlist
RadioPublic on iOS and Android
Or by RSS
RSS feed
https://thebusinessofhealthcare.libsyn.com/radiopublic

Connect with listeners

Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fans

Yes, let's begin connecting
Browser window

Find new listeners

  • A dedicated website for your podcast
  • Web embed players designed to convert visitors to listeners in the RadioPublic apps for iPhone and Android
Clicking mouse cursor

Understand your audience

  • Capture listener activity with affinity scores
  • Measure your promotional campaigns and integrate with Google and Facebook analytics
Graph of increasing value

Engage your fanbase

  • Deliver timely Calls To Action, including email acquistion for your mailing list
  • Share exactly the right moment in an episode via text, email, and social media
Icon of cellphone with money

Make money

  • Tip and transfer funds directly to podcastsers
  • Earn money for qualified plays in the RadioPublic apps with Paid Listens