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Dan Roth, Chief Clinical Officer at Trinity Health

This episode features Dan Roth, Chief Clinical Officer at Trinity Health. Here, he discusses the importance of Urgent Care, his pride in Trinity Health, and more.

Transforming Women’s Health With Dorothee Goldman and Missy Lavender

At StartUp Health, we strongly believe that being a woman shouldn’t be a health risk factor. That’s why we’ve devoted an entire health moonshot to improving the health of every woman all around the globe, no matter the barrier. In this podcast episode, we dialed up two female entrepreneurs in the StartUp Health portfolio innovating in the Women's Health Moonshot: Dorothee Goldman, the CEO and founder of Oratel Diagnostics, who built the first solution that can diagnose endometriosis using saliva, and Missy Lavender, CEO and founder of Renalis, who's created an innovative solution to improve experiences and outcomes for people with pelvic health conditions. Hosts Logan Plaster and India Edwards learn how Goldman and Lavender are working to change the health paradigm in areas of women's health that were neglected in the past.This episode is part of a new Health Moonshot Programming podcast series, where we'll highlight a new health moonshot – and inspiring health transformers – each month Entrepreneurs: How to get investment from StartUp Health startuphealth.com Investors: How to invest in StartUp Health Moonshots healthmoonshots.com Want more content like this? You can subscribe to the podcast as well as other health innovation updates at startuphealth.com/content. Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox.
May 18, 2021 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

Phosphate Binders and CVD in Hemodialysis Patients, Memory Decline After CABG vs PCI, USPSTF Guideline on Colorectal Cancer Screening, and more

Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the May 18, 2021 issue.
May 18, 2021 by JAMA Editor’s Summary

Protecting Medical Devices from Cyber Attacks with Elad Luz, Head of Research at CyberMDX

In this episode, I have the privilege of hosting the amazing Elad Luz. Elad is the Head of Research at Cyber MDX, an IoT security leader dedicated to protecting the quality care of health delivery worldwide. Elad discusses how he and the team at Cyber MDX are adding value to the health care ecosystem, supplying cybersecurity solutions to help hospital challenges. Elad explains three points his company is unique from others and shares his thoughts on safeguarding devices that stay within hospitals and those that patients can take at home. He also talks about how his company improves outcomes and business security. If you are a provider hospital buying devices, wanting to keep patients in your facility safe, or if you're a med device company looking to increase the safety profile of your devices, this is the episode for you. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
May 18, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Kevin Tabb, President and CEO of Beth Israel Lahey Health

This episode features Dr. Kevin Tabb, President and CEO of Beth Israel Lahey Health. Here, he discusses the coronavirus’s effects on his health system, his leadership style, and more.

The Danger of Too Many Direct Reports with Jesse Arnoldson

How many direct reports are enough? Managers and leaders often have this question in mind when working. Jay and Jesse discuss this topic thoroughly based on their experience at MedMan. Even though the amount of reports depends on the practice one is managing, they are essential for decision-making. With this in mind, the amount recommended by Jesse is between 7 and 10. They have implemented several techniques at the clinics to improve the direct report system, like a roundabout analogy and schedule templates. Also, they talk about motivation and how keeping the team’s spirit up is an instant pathway to a good job. Join our two hosts in this conversation and see which advice you can implement at work! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
May 18, 2021 by The MedMan Podcast

The Danger of Too Many Direct Reports with Jesse Arnoldson

How many direct reports are enough? Managers and leaders often have this question in mind when working. Jay and Jesse discuss this topic thoroughly based on their experience at MedMan. Even though the amount of reports depends on the practice one is managing, they are essential for decision-making. With this in mind, the amount recommended by Jesse is between 7 and 10. They have implemented several techniques at the clinics to improve the direct report system, like a roundabout analogy and schedule templates. Also, they talk about motivation and how keeping the team’s spirit up is an instant pathway to a good job. Join our two hosts in this conversation and see which advice you can implement at work! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
May 18, 2021 by The MedMan Podcast

Identifying Breast Cancer in Men

Guest: Kathryn J. Ruddy, M.D. (@KathrynRuddyMD) Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. (@ChutkaMD) Breast cancer in men is very uncommon, about 1/100th as common as in women. It’s expected that this year, just under 3000 men are likely to be diagnosed with it, and just over 500 men will die from breast cancer. Because it’s so uncommon, there are very few good studies which have been completed to educate us about this disease. Kathryn Ruddy, M.D., an oncologist at Mayo Clinic’s Rochester campus joins us to discuss breast cancer in men and what we should do as primary care clinicians to care for our male patients who may be at increased risk to develop it. We’ll cover how breast cancer in males differs from that in females, its risk factors, how it’s diagnosed, and the survival rates of men with a diagnosis of breast cancer. Specific topics: Prevalence of breast cancer How most breast cancers in men are found The recommended evaluation of a male patient with suspected breast cancer Risk factors for breast cancer in men Treatment for male breast cancer Survival rates for breast cancer in men Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
May 18, 2021 by Mayo Clinic Talks

Physician Productivity: Max Your Most Valuable Resource – TIME w/ Sabrina Runbeck #149

TIME is our most valuable resource. That’s why we must learn how to use it properly. Instead of wasting our time on things that would not benefit us, let’s choose to focus our time on personal development and productive things. Let’s choose to use our time wisely, but using our time wisely doesn’t mean all we’re going to do is work, work, work -- we should also spend some time to rest and relax.   [00:01 – 06:51] Sabrina’s Story Sabrina talks about her background Sabrina on constantly feeling the need to prove herself [06:52 – 24:09] Performance, Productivity, and Time Avoid physician burnout! Sabrina discusses how you can once again start moving forward. How to become unstuck? Change your mindset towards using your time! The Different Time Zones Desire Distraction Disinterest Debt [24:10 – 28:25] Organizations and Their People  The roles and responsibilities of organizations to avoid their people’s burnout [28:26 – 32:33] Closing Segment Sabrina discusses her specialty and how you can avail her services Ways to contact her available below. Final thoughts for the listeners   Tweetable Quotes: “Nothing in life [is] actually better without change, and change is what most of us resist.” – Sabrina Runbeck “I actually believe all of you deserve to have more precious time to enjoy everything you have accomplished and have that DOUBLE WIN in your career and your life and feel powerful and passionate at the same time.” – Sabrina Runbeck     Resources Mentioned: www.sabrinarunbeck.com/blueprint   Learn more about Sabrina and her services at https://sabrinarunbeck.com/.    Subscribed Yet? Now you can! Subscribe to the Patient Convert Podcast and never miss a new episode! Subscribe for emails or using your favorite podcast app via Email, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher, or visit my website https://kelleyknott.com/    Feel free to connect with me on LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram     What We Do Check out our Healthcare Marketing Agency – Intrepy Healthcare Marketing Check out our physician liaison training platform – Physician Liaison University Leave a Rating & Review for Other Listeners! I hope that you have found this episode and any others you have listened to to be helpful in your growth as a healthcare marketer or practice owner. Please consider leaving a review on one of the channels above. The best way to do that is to rate the podcast on Apple Podcasts and leave us a brief review! You can do the same on Stitcher as well. Your ratings and reviews help get the podcast in front of new listeners. Your feedback also lets me know how I can better serve you. Thanks for listening. Kelley Knott
May 18, 2021 by Patient Convert Podcast

Ep21: Investing in Prescription DTx

Edward Kliphuis says his love for investing in digital health comes from his love of "playing with toys" and imagining the possible benefit to health outcomes if "damn cool" solutions are scaled significantly.  M Ventures backs many impressive companies-- like BioLink, Sonde Health, and Akili. In this episode, Ed talks to Eugene about M Ventures' founding philosophy (how to cut delayed feedback cycles, which M Ventures views as the biggest threat to humanity), approach to investing, and discusses some of the drivers of capital injections in the DTx space. Also, Ed offers his insight into what makes for a truly successful DTx company. >>Click here to read the transcript Guest Links and Resources: Connect with Edward Kliphuis: LinkedIn Visit Amadeus Capital Partners: Twitter | LinkedIn | Website Host Links and Resources: Connect with Eugene Borukhovich: Twitter | LinkedIn Follow Eugene's journey of writing his first book: Hard Pill to Swallow Connect with YourCoach.health: Website | Twitter Subscribe to Exits & Outcomes Brian Dolan: Twitter | LinkedIn HealthXL: Website | Twitter | Join an Event Follow Digital Health Today: Browse Episodes | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram Follow Health Podcast Network: Browse Shows | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Digital Health Today is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Thank you to: Bayer G4A Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Takeda Roche
>Click here to read the transcript Guest Links and Resources: Connect with Edward Kliphuis: LinkedIn Visit Amadeus Capital Partners: Twitter | LinkedIn | Website Host Links and Resources: Connect with Eugene Borukhovich: Twitter | LinkedIn Follow Eugene's journey of writing his first book: Hard Pill to Swallow Connect with YourCoach.health: Website | Twitter Subscribe to Exits & Outcomes Brian Dolan: Twitter | LinkedIn HealthXL: Website | Twitter | Join an Event Follow Digital Health Today: Browse Episodes | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram Follow Health Podcast Network: Browse Shows | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Digital Health Today is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Thank you to: Bayer G4A Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Takeda Roche " data-cover="https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/290fd35e-b73c-11eb-b0de-273dfed6130d/image/dht-dtx-edward-kliphuis-1080x1080.png?ixlib=rails-2.1.2&max-w=3000&max-h=3000&fit=crop&auto=format,compress">
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Being a private practice pediatrician in a pandemic

"The hospital systems ignored us by putting us lowest on the totem pole for the COVID vaccine.  The pharmaceutical companies overlooked the strains on us and increased our vaccine prices.  The medical supply companies took advantage of us by limiting our supplies and increasing prices astronomically.  Worst of all, the insurance companies (knowing we are already the lowest reimbursed field) changed coding and billing requirements and reimbursements in 2021, ultimately decreasing our reimbursements even further.  So now we are paid even lower than we were prior to the pandemic." Jamie S. Hutton is a pediatrician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Being a pediatrician in a pandemic." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/01/being-a-pediatrician-in-a-pandemic.html)
May 18, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Lowering Medicare eligibility may improve cancer outcomes

"I think we need to step back first before we even ask the policy question and ask this simple question, is it okay in the United States to die of cancer simply because you don't have health insurance?" - Dr. Gerard SilvestriCancer is a leading cause of death in the United States. Although there have been declines in cancer deaths in recent years, improvements have not been equally distributed across the population.The risk of cancer increases with age and nearly a quarter of all new cancers diagnosed each year in the US occur among those aged 55 to 64 years old. At age 65, most Americans gain Medicare coverage, creating a ready comparison of cancer outcomes between those just below age 65 — who may have private insurance, Medicaid, or are uninsured — and those above 65 who are on Medicare.The relationship between insurance coverage and cancer outcomes is the subject of this episode of A Health Podyssey.  Dr. Gerard Silvestri, a professor of thoracic oncology at the Medical University of South Carolina, joins the program to discuss a paper he and co-authors published in the May 2021 issue of Health Affairs wherein they found significantly worse survival rates for uninsured patients ages 60 to 64 in comparison to Medicare beneficiaries.Listen to Alan Weil interview Gerard Silvestri on cancer outcomes among Medicare beneficiaries and their younger, uninsured counterparts.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts
May 18, 2021 by A Health Podyssey

What is a “Performance Psychologist?”

Performance psychologist Dr. Benjamin Bernstein is a very well-respected doctor of applied psychology, public speaker, coach, lecturer, and author of many books, including "Stressed Out! for Parents: How to Be Calm, Confident, and Focused." He's also a Second City alum, musical theater nerd, composer of operas, and fellow pianist. Ticks all the right boxes. Anyway, he dropped by OffScrip Media Studios for an in-person conversation – how novel – and not only did we compare notes on both being fully vaccinated, we had a fascinating discussion about stress, anxiety, stage fright, what a modern-day coach means in 2021, and how, back in the day, it still wasn't ok to tell someone dealing with all sorts of crap to "just get over it." Enjoy the show.

Peter Shamamian, Vice President and Chief Quality Officer at Montefiore Medical Center

This episode features Dr. Peter Shamamian, Vice President and Chief Quality Officer at Montefiore Medical Center in New York City, joined the podcast to talk about his journey to leadership in quality and patient safety, building effective teams and the most exciting concepts revolutionizing medicine today.

Christopher Kane, Dean of Clinical Affairs and CEO of the UC San Diego Health Physician Group

This episode features Dr. Christopher Kane, Dean of Clinical Affairs & CEO at UC San Diego Health Physician Group. Here, he discusses his career, his transition from the Navy to his current role, and more.

042: Empowered Period With Jacqui O'Connor

A period is a natural and healthy part of women’s reproductive health.  However, around the world, period taboos and resource limitations prevent girls and women from managing their periods with dignity.   In this episode, we get to chat with Jacqui O’Connor, a registered nurse, confidence coach, and champion of carers, on empowering women, caregivers, and the carers by acknowledging their bodies.  The human body is an amazing thing. Learning to honour them and what cycle it’s at is so important. Ultimately, losing the taboo around female cycles is one way to honour ourselves and gives us the space to practice better self care.  TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: Jacqui’s experience with burnout (4:42) Being empowered caregivers (7:18) Cyclical wisdom we are all gifted with (8:25) Connecting to your feminine side (11:10) Women’s bodies are created to create (13:50) Creating space for our mind and body to rest (16:00) Natural healing in the past (19:48) Period products and breaking the taboo (21:14) Why we shouldn’t normalise pain and bleeding (22:35) Empowered period (25:23) Honour the space (27:40) Dealing with toxic environments (31:16) Four phases of how we show up (31:30) Hormone disruptors (32:40) Protecting our energy (34:35) Inspiring our children and being inspired by them (37:33) Setting strong boundaries (41:35) Nurse and Midwife Support Number: 1-800-667-877 FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: HappyNurse.com.au
May 17, 2021 by The Happy Nurse

139 – Streamlining the COVID vaccine response using technology; Tom Spacek, HotDoc

Tom Spacek is the co-founder and CTO of HotDoc. He is responsible for everything product and engineering at HotDoc. Tom’s been creating software since he was a kid and is all about applying his experience in business and software to solve real-world problems in healthcare. HotDoc is Australia's largest patient engagement platform with 18,000 GPs & 1 in 4 Australian's booking their doctor's appointments via HotDoc. In this episode, Pete and Tom talk about technology and vaccine management in Australia. They look at where we are now and where we are going This episode helps us to understand how technology can make any vaccination process more manageable from start to finish. It also provides us with an insider look at various HotDoc vaccination stats.  Check out the episode and full show notes here. To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at HotDoc, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here.  Loving the show?  Leave us a review, and share it with some friends, become a THT+ Member for early release, ad-free and bonus episodes of the podcast, access to our online community forum, and free tickets to our quarterly summits.  For more information visit here.
May 17, 2021 by Talking HealthTech

The power of professional development and support for nurse innovators.

Jennifferre Mancillas, COO and co-founder of Lumify Care discusses the power of nurse led hackathons and a changing culture that supports nurse led innovations. Video and Transcript here
May 17, 2021 by Confessions of Health Geeks

The Megafactory of Healthcare with Etan Walls, COO at OnSite Medical Solutions

In this episode, I have the privilege of hosting the amazing Etan Walls, COO at OnSite Medical Solutions and author of the book "The Mega Factory of Healthcare: Retooling The Machine To Create A Healthier World". Etan shares how his book educates people on how healthcare works, to help consumers understand that we need to make incremental changes understand how things work for us to be able to understand which big changes we should be making. He also discusses how OnSite is helping improve healthcare through its concierge services and by providing COVID testing where you are. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
May 17, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

The Megafactory of Healthcare with Etan Walls, CEO at OnSite Medical Solutions

In this episode, I have the privilege of hosting the amazing Etan Walls, CEO at OnSite Medical Solutions and author of the book "The Mega Factory of Healthcare: Retooling The Machine To Create A Healthier World". Etan shares how his book educates people on how healthcare works, to help consumers understand that we need to make incremental changes understand how things work for us to be able to understand which big changes we should be making. He also discusses how OnSite is helping improve healthcare through its concierge services and by providing COVID testing where you are.
May 17, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Twilio Presents: Consumerization in Healthcare for Patients and Providers

Susan Collins, Twilio’s Global Head of Healthcare Services, joins us to discuss the changing landscape of healthcare and the need to consider both the provider and patient when thinking about consumerization. Learn about strategies healthcare organizations can take to create a sustainable patient-centric experience that enhances value-based care.
May 17, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Sharing Your Vaccination Experience

Sharing Your Vaccination Experience is the fifth episode in a six-part COVID-19 Vaccine Confidence series hosted by At the Core of Care. In this episode, we hear from nurses across the country about their own vaccination experience and how they’re supporting vaccination efforts in their communities. We talk to registered nurse Melody Butler from Long Island and two nurse practitioners Deepika Goyal and Melina Moran from the West Coast. Melody Butler is an infection preventionist at Good Samaritan Hospital Medical Center and runs Nurses Who Vaccinate, a nurse-driven organization she founded ten years ago. We also speak to nurse practitioners Melina Moran and Deepika Goyal. Melina Moran is a family nurse practitioner at a clinic in Redmond, a rural community in Central Oregon. She walks us through the conversations she’s been having with patients who are unsure about getting vaccinated. Dr. Deepika Goyal is a professor at San Jose State University in San Jose, California, and a family nurse practitioner specializing in OB-GYN care at Santa Clara Valley Medical Center. She shares vaccination concerns specific to reproductive health and her research on the impact of the pandemic on maternal mental health. This project was funded in part by a cooperative agreement with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (grant number NU50CK000580). The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is an agency within the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). The contents of this resource center do not necessarily represent the policy of CDC or HHS and should not be considered an endorsement by the Federal Government.
May 17, 2021 by At the Core of Care

Bret Kolman, CEO of Centerpoint Medical Center

This episode features Bret Kolman, CEO of Centerpoint Medical Center in the Kansas City metro area. Here, he talks about employee engagement amid the pandemic and shared how he keeps the leaders and high performers on his teams motivated. He also shared three important healthcare trends to follow.
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Cultivating Health Coaching with Marina Borukhovich After receiving her breast cancer diagnosis, our next guest made it her mission to help others by earning her health coaching certification, which guided her to discover an opportunity to innovate in the increasingly important field of health coaching.