Podcasts


How to begin the talk about assisted living

How to begin the talk about assisted living

55 min  ⋅ June 6th
Podcast: Nursing consultant recommends visiting and choosing a location before you need it
An economist takes the pulse of today’s health care economy

An economist takes the pulse of today’s health care economy

11 min  ⋅ June 4th
Podcast: Tech-dependent care teams will be essential to meeting future demand
Doctors are feeling more valued, less burned out after COVID

Doctors are feeling more valued, less burned out after COVID

15 min  ⋅ May 21st
Podcast: AMA, Sanford well-being leaders discuss how to support caregivers for better care
Patient trust depends on clear information, shared values

Patient trust depends on clear information, shared values

10 min  ⋅ May 7th
Podcast: Edelman’s chief health strategist tracks the health care ‘trust barometer’
Amazon Pharmacy chief: Patients demand more convenient care

Amazon Pharmacy chief: Patients demand more convenient care

14 min  ⋅ May 1st
Podcast: Health systems can respond with virtual care, AI, and better diagnostics, says Dr. Vin Gupta
Get used to diabetes checkups being a call or click away

Get used to diabetes checkups being a call or click away

8 min  ⋅ January 29th
Podcast: Dr. David Newman provides virtual care from Fargo, North Dakota
What shared nursing governance looks like in North Dakota

What shared nursing governance looks like in North Dakota

22 min  ⋅ January 18th
Podcast: Sanford Bismarck VP of nursing on debriefing after tough days, ‘Zen Den’ and repeat success
Rural health care workforce must ‘skill up, scale up’

Rural health care workforce must ‘skill up, scale up’

9 min  ⋅ January 15th
Podcast: Microsoft’s Toni Thomas uses data to reveal health care access issues
AMA president offers Rx for workforce resilience

AMA president offers Rx for workforce resilience

12 min  ⋅ January 2nd
Podcast: Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld discusses physician burnout causes and cures at rural health summit
Meaningful work, social links are critical for health care

Meaningful work, social links are critical for health care

18 min  ⋅ December 18th
Podcast: Dr. Zeke Emanuel cites essential elements for reinventing America’s health care workforce
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Recent Stories


Sanford Health building new heart hospital

Sanford Health building new heart hospital

For more than 30 years, patients have turned to the heart program at Sanford for care. A long-standing history continues to grow with the groundbreaking of the new Sanford Heart Hospital set to open in 2011. “We have had a tremendous heart program for three decades and this new facility will help us continue to […]
SHN Staff 3 min read

Sanford Mid-Dakota breaks ground on new nursing home

Sanford Mid-Dakota Medical Center in Chamberlain broke ground today on what will be the newest nursing home in South Dakota since 2001. When complete late 2010, the new Sanford Mid-Dakota Care Center will be the most modern facility in South Dakota. The facility, attached to the west end of the Sanford Mid-Dakota Hospital, will offer […]
SHN Staff 3 min read

Sanford Children’s Clinic Duncan now open

Children in Duncan, OK now have their own Castle of Care™. Sanford Children’s Clinic Duncan recently opened its castle doors to children in the area. The 8,000-square-foot clinic resembles a medieval castle, and it consists of 12 exam rooms, a procedure room, as well as lab and x-ray. Sanford Children’s Clinic Duncan is the first […]
SHN Staff 4 min read
Sanford Jackson designated Level IV trauma hospital

Sanford Jackson designated Level IV trauma hospital

Sanford Jackson Medical Center (SJMC) became part of Minnesota’s trauma system.
SHN Staff 2 min read

Sanford, MeritCare agree to create new health system

After four months of in-depth discussions and study, South Dakota-based Sanford Health (Sanford) and North Dakota based MeritCare Health System (MeritCare) today announced plans to begin the process of creating one of the country’s largest integrated health care systems. By signing a Letter of Intent, board trustees and leaders of Sanford and MeritCare have the […]
SHN Staff 8 min read

Golf champion to lead Sanford Children’s International Board

Andy North knows firsthand what it’s like to be a child challenged with an illness. In seventh grade, a bone disease forced him onto crutches for two years, limiting his ability to play the physical, contact sports he loved. But his physician allowed him to learn golf, as long as he rode in a cart. […]
SHN Staff 3 min read

Sanford Health opening children’s clinic in Belize

Sanford Health will build its first international children’s clinic in Belize City, Belize. The new Sanford Children’s Clinic Belize is expected to open in 2011. Children in Central America will soon have more pediatric healthcare closer to home. Sanford Health will build its first international children’s clinic in Belize City, Belize. The new Sanford Children’s […]
SHN Staff 2 min read

International team works to cure type 1 diabetes

Type 1 diabetes is a disease with no cure. It is an autoimmune disease in which the body’s immune system attacks and destroys insulin-producing cells of the pancreas. It often strikes during childhood, makes patients dependent on insulin for life and carries the constant threat of devastating complications. One year ago, Sanford Health announced the […]
SHN Staff 5 min read

Sanford Health announces Sanford Children’s Clinic Belize

Children in Central America will soon have more pediatric healthcare closer to home. Sanford Health announced today its first international children’s clinic will be built in Belize City, Belize. The new Sanford Children’s Clinic Belize will be designed similar to other Sanford Children’s facilities and is expected to open in 2011. It is the second […]
SHN Staff 7 min read
Sanford Clinics Selected for National Electronic Health Records Project

Sanford Clinics Selected for National Electronic Health Records Project

Thirteen Sanford Clinics will participate in a national electronic health records project.
SHN Staff 2 min read