One Day At a Time: How Did You Do It? Special Guest Gary Tyler

Special guest Gary Tyler joins Chris Haydel and Neal Mody. 
Gary Tyler is a former prisoner at the Louisiana State Prison in Angola, Louisiana. He was freed after 41 years in jail after being tried as an adult and convicted of first-degree murder at age 17 by an all-white jury; he was the youngest person on death row. He had been convicted of the October 7, 1974 shooting death of a 13-year-old white boy and wounding of another, on a day of violent protests by whites against black students at Destrehan High School in St. Charles Parish, Louisiana.

Why Does AI Mean For My Business? The Economics Of It All...

Special guest Joshua Gans, economist and co-author of, Prediction Machines.

When AI is framed as cheap prediction, its extraordinary potential becomes clear:

Prediction is at the heart of making decisions under uncertainty. Our businesses and personal lives are riddled with such decisions. 

Uncertainty constrains strategy. Better prediction creates opportunities for new business structures and strategies to compete.

The Future of Healthcare

Guests John Milne and Steve Stack discuss the future of healthcare and the innovations, policy changes as well as roadblocks they see contributing to a new healthcare landscape. John Milne, MD, MBA, FACEP, is Senior Vice President, Real Estate and Construction at Providence St. Joseph Health. Steve Stack, MD, MBA is an Emergency physician and healthcare advocate and formerly served as the president of the American Medical Association.

Guest Brandon Steiner, Owner of Yankee Stadium

Guest Brandon Steiner, owner of the previous Yankee stadium and owner of Steiner Sports Memoribilia. Steiner Sports Marketing is a $50 million organization with 100 employees. It was Steiner and his organization who forged the Yankee/Steiner partnership that allowed him to buy the original Yankee Stadium and use the bleachers, the wood, the equipment and even the dirt to create sports memorabilia his organization could sell.

Everything Should Be Made As Simple As Possible, But Not Simpler

Guest John Milne speaks with Chris and Neal about Healthcare. John is Senior Vice President, Real Estate and Construction at Providence St. Joseph Health. A physician executive, strategic thinking partner and healthcare futurist focused on the development of innovative care delivery systems, advanced facility design, and cutting edge clinical technologies.