Podcast interviews are one of the most effective tactics you can deploy when it comes to establishing your company as an industry thought leader. 

In a typical media interview, you may speak with a journalist for 30 minutes and see that conversation reduced to a single quote buried deep in a long article.

With podcasts, you have the opportunity to speak directly to the audience for an extended period of time. They give you the opportunity to tell your story, share your expertise, and spread your vision for the future.

Our research team has put together a list of some of the top industry podcasts to consider getting booked on. We recommend sorting through and finding podcasts where you can add value. Then, come up with a pitch and reach out to see if they would be open to having you as a guest.

Good luck!

1. 15 Minutes with the Doctor

Vinay Shankar hosts 15 Minutes with the Doctor, where he and guests share stories about what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur in the medical field. Listeners can expect ‘key strategies, interesting concepts, actionable tips and tricks for formulating a savvy approach to a medical career. Shows typically last 20-30 minutes and are released monthly.

Website: vinayshankar.net/15-minutes-with-the-doctor

Twitter: @VinayShankar

Number of followers: 7,793

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/15-minutes-doctor-learn-from-healthcare-entrepreneurs/id1231946185

2. Academic Medicine 

Academic Medicine takes a dive into the educational side of the medical field through interviews with students, residents, researchers, and thought leaders. Weekly episodes can range anywhere from five to 45 minutes, with most episodes trending towards the former.

Website: player.fm/series/academic-medicine-podcast

Twitter: @AcadMedJournal

Number of followers: 11.4k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/academic-medicine-podcast/id1112697692

3.  Advancing Health 

Advancing Health is a podcast from the American Hospital Association, giving it a bit of gravitas compared to the competition. Host Tom Haederle interviews hospital and health system leaders for a clear vision of what’s going down on healthcare’s front lines. Episodes run between 15 and 45 minutes and are released on an indeterminate schedule.

Website: aha.org/advancing-health-podcast

Twitter: @ahahospitals

Number of followers: 46.8k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/advancing-health/id1450435821

4. Allscripts On Call 

Cassie Corey hosts Allscripts On Call, a show that covers ‘healthcare news, changes, and emerging strategies’. Each episode shines a light on challenges facing healthcare today, with industry leaders discussing how those challenges are being met. Each episode lasts between ten and 20 minutes, with new shows released on a bi-weekly schedule.

Website: podcast.allscripts.com/

Twitter: @Allscripts

Number of followers: 21.2k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/allscripts-on-call-the-healthcare-podcast/id1266122776

5. America’s Healthcare Advocate

Host Cary Hall is America’s Healthcare Advocate, and he uses the radio show-podcast to interview healthcare professionals about their personal journeys and their impact on the health sector. Episodes run 38 minutes long and are released weekly.

Website: soundcloud.com/americas-health-care

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

Player FM Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/americas-healthcare-advocate/id1164476565

6. Ask the Expert 

BloodStream Media presents Ask the Expert, a podcast series that features interviews with hematologists and other healthcare pros who know the ins and outs of hemophilia. Episodes hosted by Amy Board run around an hour each and are released each month.

Website: bloodstreammedia.com/

Twitter: @BloodStreamInfo

Number of followers: 545

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/ask-the-expert-a-bloodstream-media-podcast/id1200578235

7. Australian Prescriber

A team of eight hosts man the ship that is Australian Prescriber. It’s a podcast that dives deeper into articles from the publication of the same name. Hosts talk with article authors to get context and details that the articles themselves can’t provide. Each show runs between ten and 15 minutes and new shows are released twice to three times per month.

Website: nps.org.au/australian-prescriber/podcast

Twitter: @AustPrescriber

Number of followers: 4,092

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/australian-prescriber-podcast/id1255024360

8. Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

This is the podcast from Becker’s Healthcare, featuring interviews with ‘the latest in thought leadership’ within the healthcare sector. Scott Becker hosts daily episodes that typically run somewhere around the 15-minute mark, with each show spotlighting a new guest with insight on the modern healthcare industry.

Website: beckershospitalreview.com/multimedia/podcasts.html

Twitter: @BeckersHR

Number of followers: 45.7k

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/beckers-healthcare-podcast/id1452376188

9. Burnt Out to Lit Up 

Erika del Pozo is one of the hosts of Burnt Out to Lit Up, a show that’s created from the perspective of two occupational-physical therapists. They aim to provide medically-supported secrets to avoiding burnout and feeling energized and healthy. Each episode can run between ten minutes to over an hour, and new shows are released every few days.

Website: joyenergytime.com/podcast/

Twitter: @joyenergytime

Number of followers: 39

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/burnt-out-to-lit-up-healthcare-stress-burnout-wellness/id1332553896

10. Business of Healthcare

Matthew Hanis hosts Business of Healthcare, a show that highlights innovators and innovation that improve ‘mission and margin’ within the healthcare industry. The show is self-described by its creators as a ‘Nightline’ or ‘How I Built This’ for the healthcare industry. Each episode can run anywhere from five to 30 minutes and new shows arrive two to three times per month.

Website: bohseries.com/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/business-of-healthcare/id1362155882

11. Cardiac Consult 

The world-renowned Cleveland Clinic sponsors Cardiac Consult,  a weekly podcast that explores topics of interest to the practicing heart, vascular, and thoracic medical communities. Episodes run 10-15 minutes long and cover topics like ‘medical and surgical treatments, diagnostic testing, medical conditions, and research, technology and practice issues’.

Website: my.clevelandclinic.org/podcasts/cardiac-consult

Twitter: @ClevelandClinic

Number of followers: 2M

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/cardiac-consult-cleveland-clinic-podcast-for-healthcare/id1435515767

12. The Change Healthcare Podcast 

The Change Healthcare Podcast is sponsored by Change Healthcare, whose mission is to make healthcare better through software. Host Rich Levin and guests explore the latest practices and trends that are improving value-based healthcare solutions. Each episode runs between 20 minutes and an hour, with one-to-three new episodes dropping each month.

Website: changehealthcare.libsyn.com/

Twitter: @Change_HC

Number of followers: 36.4k

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-change-healthcare-podcast/id1440326284

13. Conversations on Healthcare

Co-hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter lead Conversations on Healthcare, a radio show-podcast ‘about the opportunities for reform and innovation in the health care system’. Each episode lasts 25 minutes and new episodes are released weekly.

Website: https://chcradio.com/

Twitter: @chcradio

Number of followers: 765

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/conversations-on-health-care/id1139815935

14. Creating a New Healthcare

Zeev Neuwirth hosts Creating a New Healthcare, a podcast series with primary care physicians as the target audience. Through interviews with CEOs and founders, Neuwirth aims to bring fresh perspectives to problem-solving in the primary care field. Episodes are released 2-3 times per month and typically run between 30 minutes and an hour.

Website: player.fm/series/creating-a-new-healthcare

Twitter: @DataBreachToday

Number of followers: 5,964

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/creating-a-new-healthcare/id1272768725

15. Data Book 

Data Book is a healthcare technology podcast bringing attention to the stories worth paying attention to in the health tech space. Whether it’s related t big data, AI,  or another technology, Data Book spotlights the people and companies who are creating headlines by impacting the future of healthcare. Episodes are released bi-weekly and typically run around the 20-minute mark. Tom Castles and Jack Murtha host.

Website: idigitalhealth.com/news/introducing-our-new-podcast-data-book

Twitter: @i_DigitalHealth

Number of followers: 3,993

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/data-book/id1365789336

16. Digital Health Today

Dan Kendall hosts Digital Health Today, a show where he interviews ‘innovators, leaders, and pioneers reshaping health and wellness’.  Guests from around the world, whether they’re investors in or practitioners of healthcare, share their perspectives on the latest trends that will most impact what healthcare looks like in the near and long-term future. Episodes are released one to four times per month and usually run between 10 and 30 minutes long.

Website: https://digitalhealthtoday.com/podcasts/

Twitter: @dhealthtoday

Number of followers: 9,658

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/digital-health-today/id1098603931

17. Disrupt 

Disrupt is a bi-weekly podcast for breaking news and trends in the senior in-home care segment of healthcare. It’s a show hosted by Bailey Bryant for a specific audience that touches on virtually every topic that those who rely on in-home caregivers would be concerned about. Episodes typically run about 30 minutes long.

Website: homehealthcarenews.com/category/podcast/

Twitter: @HHCareNews

Number of followers: 3,002

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/disrupt/id1001289179

18. Dr. Matt and Dr. Mike’s Medical Podcast

Dr. Matt Barton and Dr. Mike Todorovic are university lecturers and also co-hosts of this podcast about ‘the anatomy and physiology of various human systems’, including the basics of medical terminology and know-how. Each episode focuses on a specific area of practice or terminology, from Adrenergic Pharmacology to Glycolysis.

Website: biologicalsci.org/

Twitter: @drmattanddrmike

Number of followers: 497

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/dr-matt-and-dr-mikes-medical-podcast/id1270681468

19. Edge of Aging

Edge of Aging is meant to open minds to new possibilities in how seniors are cared for. Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett co-host, taking on discussions like ‘an open talk about early-onset dementia’ and ‘what if we made healthcare jobs more appealing and rewarding?’.  Episodes generally run between the ten and 20-minute marks and are released twice per month on average.

Website: blog.ipswitch.com/

Twitter: @edgeofaging

Number of followers: 18

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/defrag-this/id1234621622

20. Emergency Medical Minute 

Emergency Medical Minute is a podcast about the emergency and pre-medical aspects of healthcare. An array of hosts talk with guests about current and common issues facing the ER, and the show is actually recorded in a medical setting for an added bit of authenticity. Episodes can run anywhere from 12 minutes to over an hour and are released every two-three days on average.

Website: emergencymedicalminute.com/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/emergency-medical-minute/id1210879676

21. Empowered Patient Podcast

Karen Jagoda rocks the host mic for the Empowered Patient Podcast, a show that grants listeners ‘ window into the latest innovations in digital health, the changing dynamic between doctors and patients, and the emergence of precision medicine’. Shows typically run around 15 minutes long, are released weekly, and include contributions from guests who work in the medical community, from doctors to CEOs and many others.

Website: empoweredpatient.libsyn.com/podcast

Twitter: @KarenJagoda

Number of followers: 235

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/empowered-patient-podcast/id1037463498

22. Explore the Space

Mark Shapiro, M.D. hosts Explore the Space, a podcast that feels out the intersection between the healthcare system and society. That leaves much to talk about, and Shapiro brings on guests from the healthcare field and beyond to talk everything from mental illness to what it means to be an expert. New episodes arrive every 3-4 days and usually run between 45 minutes and an hour long.

Website: explorethespaceshow.com/

Twitter: @ETSshow

Number of followers: 5,781

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/explore-the-space/id993287419

23. Faces of Digital Health

Tjasa Zajc hosts Faces of Digital Health, a podcast focused specifically on how new technologies are digitizing healthcare processes, and healthcare itself. Another focus is on how cultures and regional differences impede or facilitate improvement in healthcare quality around the world. Episodes generally run between 30 and 60 minutes and are released weekly.

Website: tjasazajc.podbean.com/


Number of followers: 1,497

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/faces-of-digital-health/id1194284040

24. Fixing Healthcare Podcast

Dr. Robert Pearl and Jeremy Corr host the Fixing Healthcare Podcast, a “podcast with a plan to fix healthcare”. It’s an ambitious goal the hosts aim to reach in part through interviews with doctors, journalists, and others who are attempting to rectify what’s wrong in the global healthcare network. New episodes drop monthly and typically last about an hour.

Website: fixinghealthcarepodcast.com/

Twitter: @FixingHCPodcast

Number of followers: 714

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/fixing-healthcare-podcast/id1423874033

25. Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine

Frank Domino hosts Frankly Speaking About Family Medicine, a podcast with a focus on keeping families healthy. The host covers the latest news stories relating to primary care medicine and brings listeners answers to questions they may not even have considered. Episodes last between 10 and 15 minutes and are released weekly.

Website: primed.libsyn.com/podcast

Twitter: @dominof

Number of followers:  709

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/frankly-speaking-about-family-medicine/id1194659367

26. From the Trenches 

From the Trenches is a healthcare analytics podcast created by Cotiviti, a leading solutions and analytics company in the space. The show is hosted by Jeff Robinson, who takes a numbers-centric approach to analyze what is and what isn’t working in the healthcare sector. Episodes usually last between seven and twelve minutes and are released monthly, though listeners should expect some variation in release dates.

Website: stitcher.com/podcast/verscend-technologies/from-the-trenches

Twitter: @cotiviti

Number of followers:  1,893

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/from-the-trenches-a-healthcare-analytics-podcast/id1360391018

27. Goodfellow Clinics Podcast 

This is a podcast for clinicians working in the primary care sector of healthcare. Episodes like ‘Nocebo effect – what is it?’ and ‘Children’s Teeth’ give you the right idea that this is a practical podcast for those working in the industry. Episodes last somewhere between 15 and 45 minutes and are released twice per month.

Website: goodfellowunit.org/podcast

Twitter: @goodfellowunit1

Number of followers:  184

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/goodfellow-clinics/id990811964

28. Graphic Medicine 

MK Czerwiec and Ian Williams host the Graphic Medicine podcast, an interesting brew of comedy and healthcare discourse. Listeners can expect ‘conversations with comic authors, academics and healthcarers, plus select presentations from our international Comics & Medicine Conferences’, among other things. Shows generally last around the hour-long mark and are released on an indeterminate schedule.

Website: graphicmedicine.org

Twitter: @GraphicMedicine

Number of followers:  5,164

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/graphic-medicine-podcast/id552404959

29. Health Care News 

Sarah Lee hosts Health Care News, a podcast from the Heartland Institute. Staying with the Heartland Institute’s mission, the podcast features conservative and libertarian voices in the healthcare community as guests on the show. Their goal: put power back in the hands of patients and doctors. Episodes can last anywhere from 8 minutes to over an hour and new episodes come out every few days.

Website: heartland.org/multimedia/podcasts?topic=health-care

Twitter: @HeartlandInst

Number of followers:  15k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/health-care-news-podcast/id354139779

30. Health Communication Partners

The Health Communications Partners podcast goes by the tagline ’10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication’, which pretty much speaks for itself. Its a podcast for physicians who want to learn how to better communicate with their patients. Episodes last ten minutes, give or take a minute, and are released bi-weekly.

Website: healthcommunicationpartners.com/podcast/

Twitter: @healthcompart

Number of followers:  290

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/10-minutes-to-better-patient-communication/id1290285797

31. Health Tech by GeekWire 

Health Tech explores ‘the cutting edge of digital health’, touching on thoroughly modern issues like how Alexa and other personal assistants are and will be playing a role in healthcare, what mobile ultrasounds are all about, and whether Amazon can ‘fix’ healthcare. Episodes run around 25-30 minutes and are released once per month. Reporter James Thorne hosts.

Website: geekwire.com/healthtech/

Twitter: @geekwire

Number of followers:  114k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/geekwire-health-tech/id1243992489

32. Healthcare Communication: Effective Techniques for Clinicians 

Communication experts take on the healthcare industry in this weekly, 20-25 minute podcast. Listeners should expect interviews with doctors and professional communication experts who explain how clinicians can more effectively get through to and empathize with patients. Barbara Lewis hosts.

Website: healthcarecom.libsyn.com/website

Twitter: @DocCom

Number of followers:  75

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthcare-communication-effective-techniques-for-clinicians/id1317557717

33. Healthcare Executive Podcast

Host Chris Corragio guides the Healthcare Executive Podcast, a show that features executives charged with guiding entire caregiving enterprises. Shows typically last between 20 and 25 minutes and are released twice per month.

Website: healthcareexecutive.org/podcast

Twitter: @ACHEConnect

Number of followers:  8,871

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthcare-executive-podcast/id1451373885

34. Healthcare Happy Hour 

The National Association of Health Underwriters (NAHU) brings you Healthcare Happy Hour. It’s a 20-60 minute weekly show dedicated to ‘health insurance politics and policy’. Those interested in the intersection of insurance and healthcare should check this podcast out.

Website: stitcher.com/podcast/nahu-healthcare-happy-hour

Twitter: @nahudotorg

Number of followers:  8,990

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthcare-happy-hour/id1371676417

35. Healthcare Info Security

Healthcare Info Security is hosted by a rotating cast of staff from HealthcareInfoSecurity.com. They interview professionals in the healthcare security field to find out about the latest trends and practices in the sector. Episodes typically run between five and 15 minutes and are released every few days.

Website: listennotes.com/podcasts/healthcare-information-security-podcast-uhYbZqUO9DC/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthcare-information-security-podcast/id504642987

36. HealthcareNOW Radio

A rotation of ‘industry thought leaders’ host HealthcareNOW Radio, a show featuring ‘commentary and discussion on the latest developments and trends impacting healthcare information technologies, healthcare innovations, healthcare delivery, and more’. Episodes typically last between 20 and 25 minutes, with new shows arriving near-daily.

Website: healthcarenowradio.com/

Twitter: @HCNowRadio

Number of followers: 3,052

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthcarenow-radio/id1301407966?mt=2

37. The Healthcare QualityCast

Jarvis T. Gray hosts The Healthcare QualityCast, a show that examines career journeys of those charged with maintaining quality within the world of healthcare. The idea is for listeners considering or pursuing similar career paths to learn the do’s and don’ts. Episodes usually last a bit over an hour and are released weekly.

Website: stitcher.com/podcast/the-healthcare-qualitycast

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-healthcare-qualitycast/id1456206515

38. Healthcare Rap

Just look at this podcast logo! It’s Healthcare Rap, hosted by Jared Johnson & Peter Balistrieri, and it’s a podcast that ‘ challenges the status quo of healthcare marketing and technology’ in an entertaining, informative way. Johnson is in fact a rapper, which gives some context to the show’s title. Weekly episodes usually run somewhere between 20 and 30 minutes long.

Website: smashingsecurity.com/

Twitter: @SmashinSecurity

Number of followers: 6,048

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/smashing-security/id1195001633

39. Healthcare Simplified

Tyler Willse and Ned Dukehart host Healthcare Simplified, a podcast created to ‘helping executives, HR teams, and business owners navigate increased complexity in modern business healthcare solutions.’ Episodes run between 20 and 40 minutes and are released at least once per month.

Website: stitcher.com/podcast/allegeant/healthcare-simplified-clarity-transparency-solutions

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthcare-simplified/id1252042347

40. Healthy Funnel Podcast

Hosts Alex Engar and Will Boyd steer the rudder for the Healthy Funnel Podcast. It’s a show that focuses on digital marketing in healthcare, an increasingly broad and impactful niche within the healthcare space. Episodes can run anywhere from ten minutes to an hour long and new episodes arrive weekly.

Website: healthyfunnel.libsyn.com/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers:  N/A

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/healthy-funnel-podcast/id1335417686

41. HFMA’s Voices in Healthcare Finance 

The Healthcare Financial Management Association presents Voices in Healthcare Finance, a podcast that provides ‘insights and in-depth stories about hot topics in healthcare finance’. A rotating cast of hosts chat with guests about the latest in healthcare finance. Episodes generally last around 20 minutes and are released every two weeks.

Website: hfma.podbean.com/

Twitter: @hfmaorg

Number of followers:  14.6k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/hfmas-voices-in-healthcare-finance/id1102859089

42. IMreasoning

Drs. Art Nahill & Nic Szecket host IMreasoning, a podcast meant to teach listeners more about clinical reasoning. Nahill and Szecket use their own and guests’experiences to explain the art of clinical reasoning through real-life scenarios. Episodes usually run somewhere between 20 minutes and an hour and are released once to twice per month.

Website: imreasoning.com/

Twitter: @IMreasoning

Number of followers:  1,639

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/imreasoning-clinical-reasoning-for-doctors-and-students/id1021937393

43. Inform Me, Informatics

Piper Hale hosts Inform Me, Informatics, a healthcare podcast focusing specifically on public health informatics. Hale talks to ‘boots-on-the-ground practitioners’ from the medical world to explain the significance of healthcare informatics in a digestible way. Episodes typically last around 20 minutes and are released most months.

Website: podbean.com/podcast-detail/6asrp-55140/Inform-Me-Informatics-Podcast

Twitter: @PHInformatics

Number of followers:  2,189

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inform-me-informatics/id1077822212

44. Inside Health Care 

Inside Health Care is a podcast from NCQA Communications, whose staff take turns hosting the show. It’s an interview-style show where ‘the health care industry’s most prolific thought leaders’ share what they’re doing to improve the state of healthcare. Episodes generally last 15-30 minutes and are released twice per month.

Website: stitcher.com/podcast/ncqa/inside-health-care-presented-by-ncqa

Twitter: @NCQA

Number of followers:  10.6k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/inside-health-care-presented-by-ncqa/id1105052329

45. Internal Medicine 

Core IM is behind Internal Medicine, a podcast with episodes including ‘Stories of Women in Medicine’ and ‘”Difficult” Patients: At the Bedside Segment’. Episodes focus on different medical conditions, with each show typically running between 10 and 35 minutes long. New episodes arrive every two weeks. Hosts vary by episode.

Website: coreimpodcast.com/

Twitter: @COREIMpodcast

Number of followers:  9,182

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/core-im-internal-medicine-podcast/id1297791208

46. J&J Innovation Podcast

Caroline Baratz hosts the Innovation Podcast, brought to you by Johnson & Johnson. The podcast illuminates ‘the latest trends in healthcare and the thinkers, organizations, and ideas behind them’. Episodes usually run between ten and 30 minutes and are released weekly.

Website: jnjinnovation.libsyn.com/website/category/podcast

Twitter: @JNJInnovation

Number of followers:  25.7k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/j-j-innovation-podcast/id1280564431

47. KeyLIME 

KeyLIME is short for ‘Key Literature in Medical Education (KeyLIME)’, giving you insight into what this bi-weekly podcast is all about. Each episode explores the key points from a medical article, with the curriculum being sponsored by the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada. Each show lasts 20-30 minutes. Dr. Jason Frank, Dr. Jon Sherbino, Dr. Linda Snell, and Dr. Lara Varpio host.

Website: keylimepodcast.libsyn.com/

Twitter: @Royal_College

Number of followers:  16k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/keylime/id594247091

48. Leading with Health

Jennifer Michelle hosts Leading with Health, a podcast where ‘where women dive into societal change through the lens of healthcare’. “All the healthcare ladies, all the healthcare ladies!” -Beyonce?

Episodes typically run between 20 and 30 minutes and are released weekly.

Website: michellemarketingstrategies.com/

Twitter: @MMSJennifer

Number of followers:  860

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/leading-with-health/id1386217286

49 Managed Care Cast 

The American Journal of Managed Care sponsors the Managed Care Cast, a tri-daily podcast covering topics like ‘Costs, Quality, Access, and More’, ‘A Discussion on Managing and Treating Type 2 Diabetes’, and the latest in managed care news. Episodes run between five and 30 minutes long.


Twitter: @AJMC_Journal

Number of followers: 6,335

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/managed-care-cast/id1177540313

50. Mayo Clinic Talks 

Mayo Clinic Talks is the medical podcast from one of the most respected institutions in medicine. Each 20-30 minute episode explores a topical facet of healthcare including but not limited to ‘family medicine, primary care, general internal medicine topics for physicians, nurse practitioners and physician assistants’. New episodes arrive every 2-5 days. Dr. Darryl Chutka hosts.

Website: ce.mayo.edu/content/mayo-clinic-talks-podcast

Twitter: @MayoClinicPMR

Number of followers: 5,701

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mayo-clinic-talks/id1183061010

51.  The MDTea Podcast 

The MDTea Podcast is a bi-weekly show specifically for healthcare professionals tasked with caring for ‘older adults’. A multidisciplinary team of hosts and guests give insights on the latest best practices, trends, and news stories related to care for the older patient demographic. Shows typically last between 20 minutes and an hour.

Website: thehearingaidpodcasts.org.uk/

Twitter: @MDTea_podcast

Number of followers: 4,168

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/the-mdtea-podcast/id1073719746

52. MedConversations

Hosts who go by the monickers ‘Davor, Rahul, and Bec’ lead the way in MedConversations, a podcast that revolves around conversations with physicians in training. Those who are in training or want to know more about what medical training entails should give this show a try. Episodes come out once per month and run somewhere between 45 minutes and an hour.

Website: medconversations.com/

Twitter: @MedConversation

Number of followers: 92

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/medconversations/id1077592473

53. Medical Education 

Medical Education is a podcast from the medical journal of the same name. Most shows feature an interview with a guest from the healthcare field. Episode headlines include ‘Recruiting expertise’, ‘Emotion recognition in medical students’, and ‘Is selection paying off?’. Each show lasts somewhere between eight and 20 minutes, and two new episodes are released weekly. The sitting Editor-in-Chief of the journal hosts.

Website: medicaleducation.podbean.com/

Twitter: @MedEd_Journal

Number of followers: 5,651

Player FM Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/medical-education-podcasts/id784455563

54. Medical Stuff 

The Medical Stuff Podcast offers a lighter perspective on healthcare, detailing different conditions and injury types in a not-so-serious way. It’s not to say they make light of anything, but they explain diseases like dementia and even burps and farts in a way that will appeal to the layman. Episodes typically run between 25 minutes and an hour and are released weekly. 

Website: stitcher.com/podcast/httpfeedspodiantcomedsidestuffrssxml/medical-stuff

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/medical-stuff/id1366556999

55. Medtech Talk 

Medtech Talk is a podcast featuring ‘the innovators who will change how health care is delivered’. While it was once weekly, the show seems to have reduced it’s pace a bit while still delivering conversations with executives and others in the healthcare space. Episodes typically run 36-37 minutes long. Tom Salemi hosts.

Website: medtechconference.com/medtech-talk-podcast/

Twitter: @MedtechTalk

Number of followers: 3,854

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/medtech-talk/id978000677

56. MGMA Podcasts 

MGMA is the Medical Group Management Association, and it puts out podcasts that equip ‘practice administrators and executives with the knowledge and tools to head high-performance physician group practices in a complex and evolving healthcare environment.’ Episodes typically run between 20 and 50 minutes and are released weekly. Dave Gans hosts.

Website: mgma.com/landing-pages/podcasts

Twitter: @MGMA

Number of followers: 18.1k

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/mgma-podcasts/id1154148629

57. Morning Report

A group of medical students, residents, and attending physicians host Morning Report, a show intended for trainees and clinicians. The goal of the podcast is to sharpen this demographics’ clinical reasoning skills through real-life cases step-by-step, analyzing what to do and, as importantly, what not to do. Each episode may run anywhere from 30 minutes to over an hour, with new episodes dropping on an indeterminate schedule.

Website: morningreport-podcast.com/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/morning-report/id1325216139

58. Natural MD Radio

Aviva Romm hosts Natural MD Radio, a podcast professing to bring the truth ‘on health and natural medicine for women and children’. More specific focuses of the show are ‘women’s health, fitness, beauty, natural living, and natural medicine for children’. Episodes typically run a bit over an hour, with shorter shows popping up from time to time. New shows are released on a varied schedule.

Website: avivaromm.com/

Twitter: @AvivaRomm

Number of followers: 7,091

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/natural-md-radio/id1071472964

59. Navigant Healthcare Podcast Series

Navigant Healthcare sponsors this podcast series dealing with the practical side of the healthcare system. Issues like ‘Why Health Systems Need to Rebalance Their Revenue Portfolios’ and ‘The Impact of Collaboration on Care Management’ have served as the basis for episodes, and indicate the tone and direction of the Navigant podcasts. Episodes may be as short as two minutes or more than 20, and new episodes arrive monthly.

Website: soundcloud.com/g6jyulc9telr

Twitter: @NavigantHealth

Number of followers: 1,733

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/navigant-healthcare-podcast-series/id1248419991

60. NCHICA Healthcare IT Trends Buzz Podcast

The North Carolina Healthcare Information & Communications Alliance sponsors this podcast. Members of the Alliance join the show to talk about trends and news pertaining to healthcare IT. Episodes typically run between 15 and 30 minutes and new shows drop frequently, though  not on any set schedule. Janet Kennedy hosts. 

Website: nchicatrendsbuzz.libsyn.com/website

Twitter: @NCHICAorg

Number of followers: 1,367

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/nchica-healthcare-it-trends-buzz-podcast/id1269737468

61. Next Generation Medicine 

The Next Generation Medicine podcast was created to ‘empower the next generation of doctors with principles of liberty’. There’s a specific focus on the patient-doctor relationship and its vital importance within the greater healthcare landscape. Episodes arrive monthly and generally run between 30 and 40 minutes long. Tony Mazzaferro hosts.

Website: nexgenmed.libsyn.com/website

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/next-generation-medicine/id1233281906

62. OldPreMeds Podcast 

The OldPreMeds Podcast is the brainchild of The National Society for Nontraditional Premedical & Medical Students. In a few words, it’s a podcast for non-traditional students pursuing or planning to pursue a career as a physician, hosted by Dr. Ryan Gray. Most episodes are shorter than ten minutes and new shows arrive weekly. 

Website: medicalschoolhq.net/oldpremeds-podcast/

Twitter: @OldPreMeds

Number of followers: 1,156

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oldpremeds-podcast/id1070377913

63. Oliver Wyman Health Podcast 

Oliver Wyman’s Health & Life Sciences Practice is behind Oliver Wyman’s Health Podcast, a show that covers ‘the business challenges of transforming healthcare from volume to value, consumer engagement, consumer experience, digital health, care delivery models, strategy, leadership, and organization’. Episodes run between 20 and 30 minutes and are released monthly.

Website:  oliverwyman.com/our-expertise/industries/health-life-sciences/oliver-wyman-health-podcasts.html

Twitter: @OWHealthEditor

Number of followers: 2,210

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/oliver-wyman-health-podcast/id1156158029

64. Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket is self-labeled as ‘the shared knowledge hub for healthcare’s toughest problems’. Host Saul Marquez leads listeners through interviews intended to ‘1. Improve patient outcomes and 2. Experience business success in healthcare’. The typical episode lasts somewhere between 25 and 35 minutes, with new shows arriving each weekday.

Website: outcomesrocket.health/

Twitter: @OutcomesRocket

Number of followers: 599

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/outcomes-rocket/id1246067757

65. Perspectives on Health and Tech 

Global health company Cerner presents Perspectives on Health and Tech, a podcast that falls in line with the company’s mission for ‘the systemic improvement of health care delivery and the health of communities’. Episodes typically last between ten and 25 minutes and are released weekly.

Website: cerner.com/perspectives

Twitter: @Cerner

Number of followers: 42.3k

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/perspectives-on-health-and-tech/id1450841795

66. PodcastDX 

PodcastDX aims to educate listeners on specific diagnoses and ailments so they’ll be better equipped to comprehend a diagnosis. We’re talking about conditions like migralepsy, Timothy Syndrome, IBD, and others that the layman has likely never heard of. Episodes last anywhere from seven to more than thirty minutes and are released weekly.

Website: podcastdx.com/

Twitter: @PodcastDx

Number of followers: 74

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/podcastdx/id1366667008

67. Pomegranate Health

The Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP) brings you Pomegranate Health, a show that explores ‘how doctors make difficult ethical and clinical decisions, how they can communicate with patients and how health delivery can be made more equitable’ through a storytelling format. Episodes typically last a bit over 30 minutes and are released an on an indeterminate schedule.

Website: racp.edu.au/podcast

Twitter: @edgeofaging

Number of followers: 18

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/pomegranate-health/id1022747864

68. PopHealth Podcast 

The PopHealth podcast focuses on the ‘dynamics of population health, care transitions, and readmission prevention’. New episodes drop on a rough bi-weekly schedule and typically last around 35-40 minutes per show. Gavin Ward co-hosts.

Website: pophealthpodcast.com/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pophealth-podcast/id1020866593

69. PopHealth Week 

Fred Goldstein, Douglas Goldstein, and Gregg Masters, MPH host PopHealth Week, a show that aims to ‘foster an ongoing conversation on the convergence of vendor-supplied and provider hatched population health strategies’.  Episodes typically last around 30 minutes, with new shows released every few days.

Website: healthcarenowradio.com/programs/pophealth-week/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

iTunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/pophealth-week/id1293846845

70. Primary Care RAP 

Primary Care RAP is a primary care and family medicine podcast meant to be entertaining. Monthly shows last around 25 minutes long and cover conditions, trends, and best practices pertaining to primary care.

Website: hippoed.com/pc/rap/

Twitter: @HippoEducation

Number of followers: 13.7k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/primary-care-rap/id1434361386

71. R.E.B.E.L. Cast

Salim R. Rezaie, MD is the host of REBEL Cast, a title acronymized for ‘Rational Evidence-Based Evaluation of Literature in Emergency Medicine’. It’s an examination of emergency medicine-related studies and literature packaged into 8-30 minute episodes. New shows are released two to three times per month. 

Website: rebelem.com/rebel-cast/


Number of followers: 19.1k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/rebel-cast/id890660610

72. Reconstructing Healthcare 

Michael Menerey hosts Reconstructing Healthcare, a show that examines what’s driving ever-higher healthcare costs, and discusses potential solutions to increasing unaffordability. Episodes typically last between 45 minutes and an hour and are released once or twice monthly.

Website: reconstructinghealthcare.com/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/reconstructing-healthcare-innovative-solutions-for/id1240066325

73. Relentless Health Value

Stacey Richter hosts Relentless Health Value, a podcast ‘for business leaders working in payer/insurance carrier and provider organizations, as well as for pharmaceutical, medical device, patient advocacy, and other health care organizations’. Episodes drop weekly and typically run around the 30-minute mark.

Website: relentlesshealthvalue.com/

Twitter: @RelentlesHealth

Number of followers:  1,155

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/relentless-health-value/id892082003

74. The Rock Health Podcast

The Rock Health podcast spotlights the latest trends in healthcare, with a particular interest in up-and-coming treatments and players in the healthcare space. Each episode runs around 45 minutes long, with new shows dropping once or twice per month. A team of Rock Health staffers handles hosting duties for the show.

Website: rockhealth.com/tag/podcast/

Twitter: @Rock_Health

Number of followers:  62.6k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-rock-health-podcast/id1067168657

75. Second Opinion 

Michael Wilkes is the host of The Second Opinion podcast, ‘an examination of medical ethics and the practitioners who define them’.  Short episodes lasting 3-4 minutes are released weekly. M

Website: kcrw.com/culture/shows/second-opinion

Twitter: @KCRW

Number of followers:  507.5k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/second-opinion/id73331693

76. Sludge: An American Healthcare Story

Caitlin Durante hosts Sludge: An American Healthcare Story. It’s a podcast that takes a deep dive into a single healthcare debacle that is quintessentially American. It’s built in the format of a serialized show like Dr. Death. Each episode runs somewhere between 15 and 25 minutes and new shows arrive on a rough weekly schedule.

Website: anchor.fm/sludgepodcast

Twitter: @SludgePodcast

Number of followers:  230

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/sludge-an-american-healthcare-story/id1474858101

77. StartUp Health NOW

StartUp Health CEO Steven Krein and co-founder Unity Stoakes are co-hosts of StartUp Health NOW, a podcast that ‘celebrates the innovators, industry leaders and entrepreneurs who are reimagining health and wellness’. Episodes typically last between 10 and 25 minutes and new shows drop every one to two weeks.

Website: healthpodcastnetwork.com/show/startup-health-now-podcast/?doing_wp_cron=1567862708.4218909740447998046875

Twitter: @startuphealth

Number of followers:  56.6k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/startup-health-now-podcast/id924016917

78. Straight Talk MD

Frank Sweeny hosts Straight Talk MD, using his perspective as a practicing doctor to view hot-button topics in healthcare through a critical, skeptical lens. Episodes often run over an hour-long and new shows are released every 1-3 weeks. 

Website: straighttalkmd.libsyn.com/

Twitter: @StraightTalkMD

Number of followers:  18.1k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/straight-talk-md-health-medicine-healthcare-policy/id1060256849

79. Surviving Medicine

Medical student Frank Cusimano hosts Surviving Mecicine, a podcast that aims to ‘take you into the mind of the best and brightest premedical and medical students, residents, and physicians’. New shows drop 2-3 times per month and typically run around an hour long.

Website: survivingmedicine.org/

Twitter: @frank_cusimano

Number of followers:  671

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/surviving-medicine/id1276029472

80. Take as Directed

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) sponsors Take as Directed, a healthcare-focused podcast. The show ‘highlights important news, events, issues, and perspectives in global health policy, particularly in infectious disease, health security, and maternal, newborn, and child health’. Episodes generally last between 20 and 30 minutes with new episodes dropping every two weeks. Steve Morrison leads a team of hosts that includes Sara Allinder, Janet Fleishman, and Nellie Bristol.

Website: csis.org/podcasts/take-directed

Twitter: @CSIS

Number of followers:  248.8k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/take-as-directed/id1186398300

81. The #HCBiz Show

Don Lee and Shahid Shah host the #HCBiz Show, a bi-weekly podcast that explains the complex dynamics of the healthcare system from a business perspective. The hosts and their guests ‘explore health policy, administration and the psychology behind it all’ to find how these factors impact the business climate of healthcare. Episodes typically last between 40 minutes and an hour and new episodes drop every one to two weeks.

Website: thehcbiz.com/

Twitter: @The_HCBiz

Number of followers:  3,321

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-hcbiz-show/id1223753364

82. The Business of Healthcare 

The Business of Healthcare podcast is the scion of UT-Dallas’ Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management and the larger Naveen Jindal School of Management. The show ‘brings together business leaders and other forward thinkers to discuss how best to meet the challenges of a rapidly changing, increasingly complex healthcare industry’. Episodes arrive bi-weekly and usually run between 20 and 30 minutes. Dr. Bob Kaiser hosts.

Website: businessofhealthcarepodcast.com/

Twitter: @jindal_utdallas

Number of followers:  6,347

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-business-of-healthcare-podcast/id1271887430

83. The Clinical Problem Solvers

The Clinical Problems Solvers is a podcast focused specifically on internal medicine. The mode is to interview healthcare professionals with the larger goal being to ‘share expert opinion in the area of diagnostic reasoning, to develop frameworks for approaching clinical problems, and to build a network around improving diagnosis through a case-based, iterative process’. Episodes are released every few days to every couple weeks and typically run around the hour mark. An array of doctors lead each conversation.

Website: clinicalproblemsolving.com/

Twitter: @CPSolvers

Number of followers: 7,455

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-clinical-problem-solvers/id1446215559

84. The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast

Drs. Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, and Paul Williams host The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast, a podcast by internal medicine professionals for those who want to learn more about the specific healthcare niche. Episodes usually run a bit over an hour and new shows come out on a roughly weekly schedule.

Website: thecurbsiders.com/

Twitter: @thecurbsiders

Number of followers: 15.9k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-curbsiders-internal-medicine-podcast/id1198732014

85. The Good GP

The Good GP is a podcast with a target demo of general practitioners. Drs. Tim Koh and Sean Stevens host, touching on topics like early detection of lung cancer, the basics of uncommonly-known ailments, and the state of general practice medicine in different parts of the world. Episodes usually last between 10 and 20 minutes and are released on an indeterminate schedule.

Website: soundcloud.com/thegoodgp

Twitter: @RACGP

Number of followers: 20.2k

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-good-gp/id1212751478

86. The GP Show

Dr. Sam Manger hosts The GP Show, a show that focuses on the latest in evidence-based medicine for an audience of ‘medical doctors, scientists, researchers, allied health, nurses, students and anybody else interested in health, science, and medicine’. Episodes usually run around 45 minutes to an hour long and are released weekly.

Website:  thegpshow.libsyn.com/

Twitter: N/A

Number of followers: N/A

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/nz/podcast/the-gp-show/id1267681502

87. The Happy Doc

Taylor Brana hosts The Happy Doc, an inspirationally minded show whose host aims to ‘enhance creativity, joy, and success in the field of healthcare’. The approach: interview happy doctors to find out their secrets. Each episode typically runs less than ten minutes, and new shows come out weekly. 

Website: thehappydoc.com/

Twitter: @happydocpodcast

Number of followers: 1,455

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-happy-doc/id1192501210

88. The Healthcare Policy Podcast

David Introcaso hosts The Healthcare Policy Podcast, a show that offers ‘audio interviews with healthcare policy experts on timely topics’. Episodes typically run around the 30-minute mark, with new shows arriving every few days. 

Website: thehealthcarepolicypodcast.com/

Twitter: @Healthcareissue

Number of followers:  647

Itunes Link: gpodcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-healthcare-policy-podcast-produced-by-david-introcaso/id659650530

89. The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast

Brandon Poen, F. Scott Feil, & Stephanie Weyrauch – three physical therapists – host The Healthcare Education Transformation Podcast. It’s not just a mouthful, but also a podcast aimed at physical therapists and PT aficionados.  Episodes typically run over an hour and are released every couple days. 

Website: healthcareeducationtransformationpodcast.libsyn.com/website

Twitter: @HETpodcast

Number of followers:  750

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-healthcare-education-transformation-podcast/id1244609366

90. The House of Pod

House of Pod is ‘a medical podcast with two doctors and a guy named Joe’. Listeners can expect interviews, to have their questions answered regularly, and a heavy dose of breaking healthcare news. Episodes usually last around 45 to 60 minutes and are released bi-monthly.

Website: houseofpod.org/

Twitter: @HouseOfPod

Number of followers:  606

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-house-of-pod-a-medical-podcast/id1225096382

91. The Pulse 

The Pulse is a health, science, and innovation podcast brought to listeners by WHYY. It’s not so technical, focusing instead on generally interesting topics like ‘The Anatomy of Sadness’ and ‘Why We Play’. Episodes last around 50 minutes and new shows drop weekly. Maiken Scott hosts.

Website: whyy.org/programs/the-pulse/

Twitter: @WHYYThePulse

Number of followers:  6,614

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-pulse/id772127662

92. The Short Coat Podcast

Dave Etler and a cast of medical students from the University of Iowa Medical School host The Short Coat Podcast. It’s an inside look at what really happens in medical school at ‘the margins of medicine’. This show will give insight into the ‘things you need to know about being a med student, medicine, and medical education’. Weekly episodes typically run around an hour long.

Website: theshortcoat.com/

Twitter: @TheShortCoat

Number of followers:  676

Itunes Link: podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-short-coat-podcast/id386364577


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