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These Three Founders Are Advancing Mental Health Research and Delivering Happiness to Those in Need

This episode is part of our monthly Health Moonshot series. Last month it was all about brain health, today, we’re talking about founders and companies rethinking mental health and happiness. Areva Martin, CEO & Co-founder of Butterflly Health, has built a behavioral health platform that provides users with peer-to-peer support, therapist matching, access to coaching, and more. Kavi Misri, CEO & Founder of Rose Health, provides evidence-based mental health care for patients and providers on a platform built with tools and technology designed with the patient in mind. Lastly, Richard Hanbury, CEO & Founder of Sana Health, has developed a non-addictive simple mask and headphones that uses audiovisual stimulation to increase the balance between the left and right sides of the brain leading to greater relaxation. In this episode, co-hosted by Logan Plaster and India Edwards, the three entrepreneurs break down their innovative solutions and how they’re advancing mental healthcare. 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.
July 27, 2021 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

Increasing Clinical and Operational Efficiency with Stephen Archer, Strategic Partner Liaison at Impresiv Health

In this episode, let's listen to Stephen Archer, the Strategic Partner Liaison at Impresiv Health. Stephen shares how Impresive is dedicated to improving operations management standards by offering a suite of solutions that have been proven efficient. He talks of providing consulting services at a fair market value through niche-focused expertise, designing services around things that other companies don't do as well, and insights on project support. If you're looking to improve the quality of care for your patients or want to work with payor companies and providers, this is a podcast interview for you! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
July 27, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Heart Failure Quality Improvement RCT, 7 vs 14 Days of Antibiotics for Male UTI, Does This Patient Have Hypertension?, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the July 27, 2021 issue.
July 27, 2021 by JAMA Editor’s Summary

S3. Ep. 3. The Balance of Mental Health and Nursing School with Maddison Gutshall, BSN, RN

We have a new website! Check out episodes and additional content on https://www.thevirtualclinicalpodcast.com Join Maddison Gutshall as she joins in on a great talk about her journey navigating through mental illness while attending nursing school, even her journey prior to joining nursing school. This do-not-miss conversation is imperative for anyone looking to attend nursing school but may have reservations about mental illness. Additionally, this episode serves as a heightened awareness to look out for those who may have mental illness and are in nursing school. If you or anyone you know is in need of help, there are resources for you. SAMHSA’s National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), (also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service) or TTY: 1-800-487-4889 is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information. Please visit https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline for more information. An additional and wonderful resource also includes NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness). The NAMI HelpLine can be reached Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–8 p.m., ET. 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or [email protected]
July 27, 2021 by The Virtual Clinical Podcast

S3. Ep. 3. The Balance of Mental Health and Nursing School with Maddison Gutshall, BSN, RN

We have a new website! Check out episodes and additional content on https://www.thevirtualclinicalpodcast.com Join Maddison Gutshall as she joins in on a great talk about her journey navigating through mental illness while attending nursing school, even her journey prior to joining nursing school. This do-not-miss conversation is imperative for anyone looking to attend nursing school but may have reservations about mental illness. Additionally, this episode serves as a heightened awareness to look out for those who may have mental illness and are in nursing school. If you need help for an eating disorder, please contact the National Eating Disorder Association at https://www.nationaleatingdisorders.org or at the following numbers. CALL (800) 931-2237 Monday—Thursday 11am—9pm ET Friday 11am—5pm ET Translation services are available on the phone. TEXT (800) 931-2237 Pilot hours: Monday—Thursday 3pm—6pm ET Standard text messaging rates may apply. If you or anyone you know is in need of help, there are resources for you. SAMHSA’s National Helpline, 1-800-662-HELP (4357), (also known as the Treatment Referral Routing Service) or TTY: 1-800-487-4889 is a confidential, free, 24-hour-a-day, 365-day-a-year, information service, in English and Spanish, for individuals and family members facing mental and/or substance use disorders. This service provides referrals to local treatment facilities, support groups, and community-based organizations. Callers can also order free publications and other information. Please visit https://www.samhsa.gov/find-help/national-helpline for more information. An additional and wonderful resource also includes NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness). The NAMI HelpLine can be reached Monday through Friday, 10 a.m.–8 p.m., ET. 1-800-950-NAMI (6264) or [email protected]
July 27, 2021 by The Virtual Clinical Podcast

The Ever Elusive Online Review with Zeke Kuch

Today’s guest is Zeke Kuch from Swell, a software company that helps clinics and medical centers better communicate and engage with their patients. We brought Zeke over on the show to discuss online review generation and the challenge it presents. Most customers go online and either look for or generate reviews about services. This plays an important role in the decision-making process, and businesses nowadays live and die with online reviews. If leaving a review isn’t convenient or automated, customers probably won’t leave them. There are ways to ask for reviews, and the easier to do for the user, the more you’ll probably get. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 

S8E12 -DOCSF Politics Desk (in partnership with AAOS)- Featuring Dr. Tom Barber, Dr. Doug Lundy, and Jordan Vivian

This is the DOCSF Politics Desk.  Like previous years, Dr. Tom Barber is our host for this segment. However, on this occasion, he will be joined by Dr. Doug Lundy and Jordan Vivian to discuss the political situation in the US and how it affects orthopedic surgery. Dr. Lundy is the Advocacy Council chair from the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgery, while Jordan Vivian is the director of Government Relations at AAOS. They go through what’s currently happening, what will come in the future, and what isn’t being done.  Change doesn’t happen overnight; it takes time. So rise and join the revolution! 

What’s That Sound? Maybe It’s Stridor

Guest: Shelagh A. Cofer, M.D. (@ShelaghCoferMD) Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. (@ChutkaMD) Stridor is a musical sound due to disrupted airflow in an individual’s airway. In many instances it’s due to a benign cause but it can also represent a serious problem, possibly even life-threatening. In today’s podcast, we’ll learn about the various causes of stridor and when we need to be concerned that it represents a serious health issue. Our guest for this podcast is Dr. Shelagh Cofer, a pediatric otolaryngology specialist at the Mayo Clinic. We’ll discuss how stridor differs from wheezing, the most common causes of stridor in both children and adults and what symptoms we should be watching for that might suggest a serious cause for stridor. We’ll also cover the evaluation of patients with stridor, which imaging studies may be helpful and when an ENT consultation is warranted. Specific topics: Definition of stridor Difference between stridor, stertor, and wheezing Most common causes of stridor in both children and adults Croup as a form of stridor Important questions we should be asking our patients about stridor to identify those at risk for airway obstruction – including the SPECS-R mnemonic Tests and imaging studies which may be helpful in the evaluation of a patient with stridor Treatments for the more common causes of stridor Additional resources: Zoumalan, R; Maddalozzo, J; Holinger, LD. Etiology of stridor in infants. Ann Otol Rhinol Laryngol. 2007; 116(5):329-334. doi: 10.1.1896.429 https://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.896.429&rep=rep1&type=pdf Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
July 27, 2021 by Mayo Clinic Talks

Growing Your LinkedIn Reach w/ Michael David Chapman #154

LinkedIn is possibly one of the most underutilized yet powerful tools for a medical practitioner to build a network and reach their audience. So let’s get that tool in your hands so you can get ahead of the curve. When you learn to leverage LinkedIn, you’ll find that more and more people will come to you. Whether you’re just starting to build your platform or you're a veteran, today’s episode will give you some important advice on upping your LinkedIn game. Michael David Chapman is Founder of the LeadIn Social team; an experienced group of very proficient individuals who are excited to see people's business and influence grow. He provides entrepreneurs and business leaders a human alternative to automated or bot-driven lead generation and appointment setting services. Michael does this by helping business owners use LinkedIn to extend their reach and grow their business.   [00:01 – 03:55] How to Start Your LinkedIn Journey I introduce our guest Michael David Chapman  Some background  3 ways to win your LinkedIn journey  Running ads  Content marketing with engagement  Direct outreach  [03:56 – 17:30] Using Sales Navigator to Outreach Effectively  Michael talks about sales navigator Using outreach effectively   Knocking on the digital door The 3 gates How physicians look at sales Not pitching, but building connections  Reaching your target audience [17:31 – 32:10] The Numbers Matter Michael talks about how he got started and found success A giver’s game Consistent GOOD content Create and contribute to community groups Why the numbers really do matter  Getting rid of the ‘vanity’ out of vanity numbers Michaels thoughts and recommendations on the Linkedin changes [32:11 – 36:12] Closing Segment How to connect with Michael Links below  Final thoughts Stay tuned for more. Links available below.   Tweetable Quotes: “The ability to knock on someone’s digital door, not pitch them, bring them something of value over the long run; that’s the equivalent of you knocking on my door trying to sell me something versus throwing a flyer in my yard hoping that I see it.” - Michael David Chapman   Resources Mentioned: LinkedIn Sales Navigator Want to learn more about Michael? Connect on LinkedIn and Twitter. Check out http://www.leadin.group/social/ and start building your connections.   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
July 27, 2021 by Patient Convert Podcast

Doctors beware: There’s a $400,000 target on your back

"President Joe Biden recently signaled that a multi-trillion-dollar spending plan for our country should be paid for by the rich corporations and wealthy individual Americans who make over $400,000. Doctors fit the latter category and should tune in. Beyond the government, the unique qualities of doctors make us a target for many who want to access our high income and our business revenue. Our passivity to these poachers places us at great risk because they recognize that we lack the time and proficiency to avoid them. Add our financial illiteracy to this, and you have a recipe for stakeholders reaching into our paycheck every pay period and inconspicuously taking their share from us. Let’s take a look at the stakeholders who are targeting us." Tod Stillson is a rural family physician who does surgical obstetrics and teaches residents and medical students. He is also founder, SimpliMD, Doctor Incorporated, and The Employed Physician’s World Facebook group. He is also the author of You Are a Target Strategies For Doctors to Keep More of Their Money. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Doctors beware: There’s a $400,000 target on your back." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/06/doctors-beware-theres-a-400000-target-on-your-back.html)
July 27, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Many US Citizen Migrant Children Living In Mexico Have Inadequate Health Coverage

Children born in the United States are born US citizens. Some of these children are born to immigrant parents who returned to their country of origin, either voluntarily or because they were deported.In 2015, more than half a million US citizen children lived in Mexico having returned with their parents. These children may face language and school adjustments, stressful living arrangements and economic and heath challenges. Fewer than half of them report holding Mexican citizenship, complicating their access to health and social services.The well-being of US citizen children living in Mexico is the topic of today's A Health Podyssey. Sharon Borja, an assistant professor from the University of Houston, joins the program to discuss research she and colleagues published in the July 2021 issue of Health Affairs, an issue dedicated to borders, immigrants, and health.In the issue, Borja and colleagues investigated health insurance coverage among US citizen migrant children living in Mexico. They found that about half of US citizen migrant children living in Mexico had limited, inadequate health insurance, which is a barrier to receiving necessary health care services.Order your copy of the July 2021 issue of Health Affairs.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts
July 27, 2021 by A Health Podyssey

A Series of Conversations with Skip Steward, MBA

Skip Steward earned an MBA and is experienced in diverse industries including automotive, machining, food, process, service, and healthcare. He is a Shingo examiner, a Certified Quality Engineer (CQE), a Quality Management System Auditor, a certified Six Sigma Black Belt, and a certified Lean Champion. Skip is a certified trainer in TWI Job Instructions (JI), Job Relations (JR), and Job Methods (JM). He is an award-winning leader who has implemented streamlined business systems that deliver significant contributions to the bottom line, while increasing employee performance and improving productivity. He is recognized for superior project management and communication skills; he has spoken both nationally and internationally. Skip currently serves as Vice President and Chief Improvement Officer at Baptist Memorial Health Care headquartered in Memphis, TN where he develops, directs, and implements performance improvement activities identifying inefficiencies; implementing strategies to improve quality, service, and finances; and fostering a culture of continuous improvement and excellence. Here in Episode #128 Skip starts our show with a leadership mindset that encourages us to look at life as a series of conversations. Skip gives us a great overview of his career going from manufacturing, to private equity, into his current role as Chief Improvement Officer; and gives us insight into the daily focus that he brings to his teams. He gives us a 30,000-foot overview of the TWI principles and methodology. He shares a dark moment story encouraging us to avoid the seduction of over-analysis. Skip provides a great definition associated with the complexities of healthcare. He shares how he uses humble inquiry to build strong connections with his teams. Skip provides an Aha centered on learning and respecting the different cultures that exist within our organizations. He shares thoughts on future trends and how do we can start to put quality ahead of many of the innovations; and gives us a healthy dose of advice career advice to move us all forward · Connect with Skip on LinkedIn · Baptist Management System – YouTube · 6th Annual Baptist TWI Summit · Access the Healthcare QualityCast LinkedIn Group · Leaves Us a Rating · Earn Your Lean Six Sigma for Healthcare Certification · Request a Corporate Demo of our online QI Academy --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healthcarequalitycast/message
July 27, 2021 by The Healthcare QualityCast

Equitable From the Beginning

HighlightsIntroduction: The data on maternal health | Callie and Stacey continue the focus on equity and our health with a look into the state of maternal health care, including reports from the CDC on pregnancy-related deaths.04:21 Roundtable: Redefining maternal care | Dr. Natalie Hernandez of the Morehouse School of Medicine and Ryan Adcock of Cradle Cincinnati talk about public health, the history of maternal care, and what changes they're seeing make a difference.16:47 Cradle Cincinnati | Callie and Ryan dig deeper into the work that Cradle Cincinnati is doing—and how it illustrates the idea that maternal health needs to be considered in the context of a person's identity and broader social context.23:15 Conclusion | To wrap up the episode, Callie and Stacey reflect on what their guests shared. Of particular note is the idea of diverse and inclusive care practices, which we’ll take a closer look at in Episode 3. Resources mentionedCDC research: Pregnancy complicationsThe challenge to improve U.S. maternal healthCradle CincinnatiPress release: Optum Awards $1.4 Million in Maternal Health Grants to Five Community Organizations GuestsDr. Hernandez’s current research and research interests include transdisciplinary approaches to improving women’s health, reproductive health, sexually transmitted infections, health disparities, community-based participatory research, and reproductive social justice. Dr. Hernandez’s research and interests stem from her commitment to health equity and improving health in underserved communities. During her doctoral program, she worked on multiple projects including behavioral and psychosocial health issues related to women’s health, HPV, and sexuality education. Dr. Hernandez was a HRSA maternal and child health leadership trainee and epidemiology trainee. In addition, she is a lead investigator on a study focusing on psychosocial and socio-cultural correlates of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine intentions and uptake among minority college students and her dissertation focused on examining multiple factors that contribute to the meaning and perceived consequences and management of an unintended pregnancy among Latinas. As a result of her work, she has received a number of awards and published a variety of articles in peer-reviewed journals. Ryan Adcock is the executive director and co-founder of Cradle Cincinnati, a network built with the express purpose of reducing the high infant mortality rate in Hamilton County. In the eight years since its founding, Cradle Cincinnati has raised more than $25 million for its cause and built dozens of partnerships within the community to save lives. His work for Cradle Cincinnati has included community engagement, strategic planning and evaluation, and communications and media strategy. The result to date—among many other positive outcomes—has been a 15% decline in Hamilton County infant deaths. The views, opinions, and content expressed in this presentation do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of Optum.
July 27, 2021 by Until It’s Fixed

This Little Diagnostic Went To Market…

On the show today, I'm thrilled to welcome – LIVE IN STUDIO — Liz Cormier-May, CEO of Mammogen, and Marty Keiser, CEO at IV Bioholdings. It's hard to blend funny, entertaining wit with healthcare jargon like diagnostics, market access, go-to-market strategy, etc. And yet, somehow, we did it. The process is gnarly and ridiculous but, now more than ever, it's actually possible to NOT GET CANCER because of much more accessible and affordable diagnostics. Some of them are free; some are even over the counter. But getting into the hands of doctors or retail consumers is a whole other story, let alone issues with the FDA and safety. Well, we cut through all that crap and get to the brass taxes of how the only real thing moving the needle are consumers who vote with their wallets.For more information, visit https://OffScripMedia.com and follow @MZOutofPatients, @MatthewZachary, @VaxOnPod, and @OffScripMedia on Twitter.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

159 – Beyond telehealth; what’s next for virtual care? Kerry Stratton, InterSystems

In this episode, we hear from Kerry Stratton from InterSystems, who speaks about innovation in healthcare surrounding COVID-19, including telehealth. He also discusses the concept of value-based care and the importance of healthcare data. This episode covers how technology can improve the accessibility and quality of healthcare in rural and remote Australia. It also includes the tangible use and value of healthcare data, the sustainability of telehealth in its current form and explores what the future might hold for healthcare innovation.    Key Takeaways: The factors that hindered innovation before COVID-19 and how they have changed. One of the determinants Kerry outlines is that healthcare is quite complex, and as such, doing anything, such as making decisions and gathering and using data takes much more time.  The value of healthcare data. Kerry shares examples of how healthcare data is being used and weighs in on whether or not it has been highlighted by the pandemic. The utilisation and reliance of telehealth globally. With the global responsibility for InterSystems, Kerry gets exposed to the various ways that countries use telehealth. He describes some ways that he has seen it being used and points out aspects of telehealth that need improvement.  Improving healthcare in rural and remote Australia using technology. Along with technology, Pete and Kerry discuss looking at other aspects of enhancing healthcare, such as internet connectivity and being able to provide care long-term.  The concept of value-based care. Kerry explains how true value can be accomplished. He also addresses the possible barriers to health tech innovation and pinpoints how technology may interfere with clinical governance.
July 26, 2021 by Talking HealthTech

047: What Professional Anxiety Looks Like with Lauren Bell

Anxiety is more prevalent in the nursing workforce than we realise. Unfortunately, It looks like it has increased due to the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic.    Nurses often work 10 to 12-hour shifts (sometimes longer with enforced overtime) which in itself can induce a lot of stress within our bodies. Moreover, many nurses face trauma on a regular basis and often feel undervalued. All of these factors contribute to our anxiety levels.    In this episode, I speak with Lauren Bell, a registered nurse for over 35 years and a wellness and wealth coach. We unpack professional anxiety in the nursing space and how we can address it.   We are facilitating an online professional workshop to “release professional anxiety and Unleash your happy nurse.” Join us via zoom on Saturday 14th August 0930-1630 AEST.  Register at happynurse.com.au/unleash-your-happy-nurse TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: How stress affects us (2:43)  Peace is contagious (4:40) Acknowledge how you feel (9:25)  Take deep belly breaths (12:11)  Shake your body (13:01)  Get out into nature (18:23)  It’s okay to say NO (21:59)  Self compassion (27:54) Higher acuity, higher fear (33:28)  Recognize your value (36:03)   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Anxiety Relief Handbook  Unleash Your Happy Nurse CONNECT WITH LAUREN BELL laurenbell.com.au Connect with Lauren on Facebook and Instagram Connect with Lauren on LinkedIn CONNECT WITH ELAINA MULLERY HappyNurse.com.au Connect with me on Instagram and Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Subscribe to my Youtube channel
July 26, 2021 by The Happy Nurse

Mobile Heartbeat Presents: Perspectives & Possibilities in the Clinical Communications & Collaboration Industry

Mobile Heartbeat CEO, Ron Remy, shares his perspective on the evolving clinical communication & communication landscape across the healthcare continuum. He explores the developing market needs and emerging trends that are informing the roadmap of his company.
July 26, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Medcorder & The Fight To Help Patients Understand Doctors with David Weekly, Founder and CEO at Medcorder

In this episode, we are privileged to feature the amazing David Weekly, Founder and CEO at Medcorder, the first company focused on helping patients get the most out of a consult by recording the session. David discusses how his company helps patients retain and understand doctor instructions which lead to better health. He explains the benefits of Medcorder for both patients and doctors and other possibilities for the medical speech audio which the company is currently exploring. David also talks about technology, telehealth, setbacks, and shares many other info on voice biomarkers. Medcorder is a great solution that has many possibilities. Learn more about Medcorder and its potential benefits in this interview. Please tune in! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
July 26, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Optum Presents: Learn how enterprise IT strategies can enable modernizationfor improved care outcomes and enhanced provider and patient experiences

Hear how enterprise IT strategies present numerous opportunities for improving and transforming healthcare including; improving administrative efficiencies, facilitating clinical advancement, and improving staff efficiency across numerous health system departments. As organizations look for a competitive edge, a cohesive IT strategy is critical to avoid the short-term outcomes of patch work approaches.
July 26, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Supporting The Next Generation Of Nurse Practitioners

In this episode, we spend time with Dr. Barbara Todd to discuss the role of mentorship and education in nurse practitioner training. Dr. Todd shares her personal clinical and teaching experience and emphasizes the importance of diversity in the workforce to support nurse practitioners who work in underserved communities. Dr. Barbara Todd is an experienced nurse practitioner certified in both family practice and acute care. She currently holds a leadership position as the Director of Practice and Education Advanced Practice at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). Dr. Todd also teaches at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and is a senior fellow at the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research.
July 26, 2021 by At the Core of Care

Engineering Personal Health with Dave Korsunsky

Engineering Personal Health with Dave Korsunsky

Why it's important for physicians to change the system

"What if I had access to real solutions? What if I had resources to provide to a person to help them overcome their problem? As a primary care provider with over 20 years of experience, I know viscerally that I will never “fix” anyone. I can teach, I can guide, I can comfort; but I’m never going to fix a single person. Still, I wish I had more to offer. In my current iteration, I take care of people experiencing homelessness. Having spent much of my career taking care of people with homes, I’m currently grant-funded to care for people experiencing homelessness. The problems, I find, are not fundamentally different, but the phenotype, the manifestation of common, universal problems, such as social isolation, poor nutrition, insecurity, addiction, comes with sharper edges." Nancy Connolly is an internal medicine physician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "What if this physician had access to real solutions?" (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/05/what-if-this-physician-had-access-to-real-solutions.html)
July 26, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD
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