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Bonnie Koo on taking control of your finances and pursuing financial independence

"While much of the conversation around financial independence is tied to the ability to retire early, the real prize is flexibility. I hear a lot of 'I love what I do and will work until I die' amongst physicians. Not so fast. Your goals and priorities will likely change as you get older. And sometimes, you don’t have a choice. A close family member needs extra care or passes away. Your child has special needs or other needs that require your time and attention. You never know what life may bring. Working toward financial independence as a woman physician allows you to create your dream job. You have the ability to scale back your hours, take a leave of absence, or make other arrangements to optimize your day and your life. In short, you have a fall-back when life throws you curveballs. By taking control of their finances and pursuing financial independence, women physicians are able to be better physicians, better mothers, and better partners. Being debt free, spending mindfully, and employing other strategies to reach financial freedom gives the woman physician choices and flexibility to live on her terms." Bonnie Koo is a dermatologist and founder and editor, Wealthy Mom MD. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Why women physicians should take control of their finances." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2019/05/why-women-physicians-should-take-control-of-their-finances.html)
December 1, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

How can you achieve Interoperability and protect privacy?

One of the significant problems in healthcare is the lack of interoperability. In this episode, we will find out what it is and how to solve it. Today, we are privileged to feature Martin Aboitiz, CEO and Founder of Healthjump. This platform provides health data interoperability services. Martin discusses how his company helps solve interoperability in healthcare by extracting the data and putting it in a single model that they can control and make it accessible to other software, a novel solution. We cover the types of problems this innovative solution can be used for, and how it works while still maintaining HIPAA requirements. Martin also talks about the many other challenges in interoperability.  If you are experiencing interoperability concerns or would like to find out how Healthjump solves it, this podcast can answer that for you! About Martin Aboitiz Martin Aboitiz is an engineer, entrepreneur, and angel investor with extensive information technology and consumer products experience.  Currently, he is the CEO and Founder of Healthjump, a health data interoperability platform. Prior to Healthjump, he was the Founder and President of Intermedia Comunicaciones SA, one of the first ISPs in Argentina; becoming a corporate hosting and IT consulting company after the sale of the ISP division to SkyOnline in 2004.  Martin transitioned from engineering to venture management at Bun SA, an industrial snack food production and marketing company in Argentina acquired by Pepsi Foods International in 1993. As an angel investor, he has participated in multiple ventures in and out of the United States (most notable EXOS Inc sold to Microsoft and Telecom Americas LTD sold to Telmex.) He has served on various company boards of directors and industry trade group councils over the years and is a Regional Chair for the MIT Educational Council.  He holds MS and BS degrees in Civil Engineering from Colorado State University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.    Key Takeaways Healthjump is good at keeping the data living forever.  You need to have an objective.  Don't limit yourself by what you think is possible or not.  Understand your problem well: what do you want to achieve? Resources Website: https://www.healthjump.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/martin-aboitiz-90a1447/ Twitter: @MartinAboitiz
December 1, 2021 by Digital Health 101

Ep 77- “What Everyone Ought to Know About Using Essential Oils to Boost Your Productivity with Linda Anne Khan”

In today’s episode, you will meet Linda Anne Khan. She is an Aromatic Wellness Warrior with over 25 years of experience in the field of Integrative care. She is a Nationally certified Lymphedema Therapist, Clinical Aromatherapist, Board Certified Massage Therapist and Integrative Health Coach. She is co-author of Lymphedrma and Lipedema Nutrition Guide. She is President and director of Beaury Kliniek Aromatherapy Day Spa in San DiegoTo connect with Linda find her links below:Websites: aromaticwellnesswarrior.comLymphatictherapyservices.compamperyou.comLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/beautykliniekFacebook: Linda Anne KahnInstagram: @lindaannekahnThank you again for joining us today! If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation. Don’t forget to show your support for the Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professionals Podcast by writing a review on iTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better! ADDITIONAL RESOURCESWant to save 8+ hours of work and reboot your focus within 2 minutes so you can do the things you love to do? Yes, it’s really possible -- and I’m going to prove it to you! I offer 3 FREE consultations per week. Book yours here before they run out! SabrinaRunbeck.com/BlueprintWant to instantly restore your energy and brighten your fatigued eyes in 2 minutes? Download your FREE audio exercises and discover them for yourself.This is just the tip of the iceberg, and I know you have a lot more questions that you want to get answered. Join us inside our private community for our weekly Ask Me Anything sessions and monthly networking with like-minded healthcare practitioners.

#125: Applications of Polarity Thinking™ by Diverse Leaders with Dr. Barry Johnson

In this episode, we talk with Dr. Barry Johnson, about the book AND: Making a Difference by Leveraging Polarity, Paradox or Dilemma, Volume Two: Applications.“AND” is for people who want to make a positive difference by overcoming obstacles such as resistance to change and polarization.Barry shares, Volume 2 is a representation of the expansive application of Polarity Thinking™ from different perspectives and experiences of people skilled in leveraging polarities.In this book, different authors come from a variety of disciplines such as coaches, teachers, and consultants who share their personal stories and knowledge on how they applied Polarity Thinking™ in their work and communities.We discuss the two chapters we co-authored that include a variety of examples of common polarities in healthcare organizations and how they are frequently presented.We also share how using a framework founded in polarities can help you manage individual and system elements to create a healthy work environment.At the close of the interview, Dr. Johnson answered a couple of personal questions from our new process called the Missing Questions.For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastIf you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!  This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you.Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llchttps://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLChttps://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLChttps://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/

How Can Healthcare Reduce Cyber Risk and Maintain Patient Safety with Proofpoint & Fairview Health

December 1, 2021: Cyber attacks are more sophisticated, more frequent and the potential outcomes are far more devastating. What technology tools can help us detect the presence of those malicious threats within our environment, both in the cloud and on-prem? Jim Brady, VP, Information Security & Infrastructure/Operations and CISO at Fairview Health Services and Ryan Witt, Industries Solutions and Strategy Leader at Proofpoint share crucial security strategies to survive phishing, imposter threats, ransomware, and supply chain attacks. What areas should CIOs focus on to deter risk? How can they address cyber with their Board? And what would you say to those who say "it won't happen to us”?Key Points:00:00:00 - Introduction00:05:40 - Credentials are the Nirvana state for cybercriminals00:06:50 - A strong number of attacks are being launched from well-known established data repository sites like Microsoft Office 365 and SharePoint.00:08:12 - Every email that's coming in is technically eligible to be a bad email00:22:35 - Research shows that bad actors are in your environment for up to 6 months before being detectedFairview Health ServicesProofpoint
December 1, 2021 by This Week In Health IT

S2.E7: Moving beyond the traditional role of academia in healthcare – a profile of Dean Ho from National University of Singapore

The role of academia is an essential one for digital health. In addition to providing the platform to conduct clinical research and showcase where technology can create impact, the right environment also becomes the training ground for future leaders and change makers. In this episode, I speak with Dean Ho, who is one of the unique individuals who effectively bridges the different worlds of academia and business building. Dean is the Provost’s Chair Professor, Director of The N.1 Institute for Health (N.1), Director of the Institute for Digital Medicine (WisDM), and Head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the National University of Singapore. He's also an experienced business builder and entrepreneur. In our conversation we cover: • The evolving role of academia in becoming a hands-on partner for Health Innovation • The impact of Digital Health including AI on regulatory • How National University of Singapore is taking a role in designing the next generation of clinical innovation • The need for Digital Therapeutics in APAC Professor Dean Ho Using his CURATE.AI platform, Prof.Dean Ho has led multiple pioneering clinical studies that have validated the promise of N-of-1 medicine, where only a patient’s own data is used to personalise their treatment for the entire duration of care. Multiple CURATE.AI-based clinical studies are ongoing or cleared for start in the areas of solid cancer and blood cancer therapy, digital therapeutics/personalised learning, and post-organ transplant immunosuppression, among others.  Prof. Ho is an elected member of the US National Academy of Inventors (NAI). He is also a Fellow of the American Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE), the Royal Society of Chemistry, and Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening, as well as a Fulbright Scholar. Prof Ho is also currently a Subgroup Lead of the World Health Organization-ITU AI for Health Working Group for Regulatory Considerations. He has also served as the President of the Board of Directors of the Society for Laboratory Automation and Screening (SLAS), a 26,000+ member global drug development organization comprised of senior executives from the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors, as well as academic thought leaders.  Prof. Ho is a recipient of the Tech Heroes from Crisis: Pathfinder Award from the Singapore Computer Society, NSF CAREER Award, Wallace H. Coulter Foundation Translational Research Award, and V Foundation for Cancer Research Scholar Award, among others. Prof. Ho was also named to the Asia Tatler Gen.T List, which honours young leaders who are shaping the future of the region. Prof. Ho has appeared on the National Geographic Channel Program “Known Universe” to discuss his discoveries in drug delivery and imaging. His discoveries have been featured on CNN, The Economist, Forbes, Washington Post, NPR and other international news outlets. He has advised major publicly listed companies as well as venture capital and private equity funds in the areas of digital medicine and pharmaceutical development, among other sectors. Guest's Links and Resources Connect with Dean Ho: LinkedIn | Twitter The N.1 Institute for Health (N.1): Website | Twitter | LinkedIn WisDM: Twitter Host's Links and Resources: Connect with Tony Estrella: Twitter | LinkedIn | Personal Website Connect with Taliossa Read Tony’s Book: Comatose FutureProofing Healthcare | FutureProofing Healthcare APAC index Full White Paper, Summary and Video: A Vision for Asia Pacific in 2050 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. Special thanks to: Bayer G4A Takeda Roche

For Ironman athlete David Weingard, a diabetes diagnosis was a spark for innovation

Today, you’d be hard-pressed to find anyone who hasn’t been impacted by diabetes in some way. Globally, half a billion people are affected by the disease, and it was responsible for the deaths of 1.5M people globally in 2019. As frightening as those numbers are, there is also great hope to be found today in the entrepreneurs and innovations changing how we manage diabetes. To understand both sides of this coin – the very personal toll of diabetes plus the present and future promise of health technology – we talked to David Weingard, founder of Cecelia Health, which helps diabetics get the specialized health coaching they need. More importantly, David is a Type 1 diabetic who has fought for his own life, and knows the daily fears and challenges that this silent disease brings to millions. It’s that combination of experience that makes David’s journey so powerful. 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.
November 30, 2021 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

For four decades, NCSBN has worked to address a rapidly evolving healthcare environment through collaboration, innovation, and technology.

Molly McCarthy talks with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) on their agility and ability to pivot to new technology solutions during the past 18 months. For more information click here.
November 30, 2021 by Confessions of Health Geeks

Back in Control; a Chronic Pain Series with David Hanscom, Orthopedic Spine Surgeon

In this episode, Dr. David Hanscom, MD and author of the book "Back in Control - A Surgeon's Roadmap Out of Chronic Pain", dives into the problems of care, the overall operation of his Doc Roadmap, and issues of burnout. He shares personal anecdotes and some powerful insights from his experiences. It's been a fantastic episode, so tune in to our amazing interview with Dr. Hanscom! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
November 30, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Nutritional Supplement Edition: A Critical Overview

To claim credit for this episode, visit: Mayo Clinic Talks Podcast: Nutritional Supplement Edition Guest:  Andrew R. Jagim, PhD Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. (@ChutkaMD) Imagine taking a supplement that increases muscle mass, improves strength and endurance, promotes weight loss, helps prevent injury from exercise and promotes healing. Do these supplements exist and are they safe? This episode discusses nutritional supplements. We will discuss proven benefits as well as risks. Our guest for this podcast is Andrew R. Jagim, Ph.D., the director of Sports Medicine research at Mayo Clinic. Specific topics: Definition of nutritional supplements Common reasons to take these products Accuracy of claims that nutritional supplements improve fitness and enhance performance Research conducted on nutritional supplements Regulation of the nutritional supplement industry Potential safety issues in taking nutritional supplements Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
November 30, 2021 by Mayo Clinic Talks

How to Recognize Gaps in Emotional Independence & Ways to Guide Patients Fully with Care

Many people are aware of the role of physical independence, but have you ever heard about emotional independence?  In this week’s solo episode of the Healthcare Provider Happy Hour, I will be discussing what emotional independence is, and how you can recognize it within your patients. I share ways in which you can bring up these difficult conversations and how to help them build up not only their physical independence, but get to the core of their emotional independence.    Listen to the full episode to learn: What emotional independence really is and how to identify it within others  How we as healthcare providers can start these difficult yet necessary conversations  Ways in which emotional independence can affect other areas of our lives and how to manage these stressors Why dealing with these emotional and social issues are so critical     Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation!       Resources Psychology Today Definition: www.psychologytoday.com/ca/blog/your-emotional-meter/201911/how-live-emotionally-independent-life    Connect with Jennifer George: @bestobsessed_with_jenn | Instagram Jennifer George | Website @jenngeorge08) | Twitter Jennifer George | Facebook Click here to check out my award-winning book about connecting and communicating with patients to create empowering experiences!
November 30, 2021 by The Healthcare Provider Happy Hour

5: The Human Variable

Meet Ryan Wells:Ryan Wells is the founder and CEO of Health Here, a consumer patient platform that smooths the healthcare process. Ryan also founded InVivoLink and served as its Chairman and CEO. Prior, Ryan spent 12 years with Johnson & Johnson DePuy Orthopedics, working in sales and management. He received a Bachelor’s in Anthropology at the University of Tennessee and sits on the board of Directors for Siloam Family Health Center, Ethiopia ACT, and Oak Hill School.Key Insights:Artificial intelligence and big data can inform healthcare; however, healthcare should never lose its human touch. Ryan explores his journey through healthcare technology and founding his own digital solutions.The Human Variable. Due to constraints in data quality, Ryan believes that AI should be applied to only non-clinical parts of healthcare at this time. Additionally, AI will likely never displace the relationship between provider and patient, rather augment other aspects of the healthcare journey. (7:36)Problem-Solution Cycle. Observation and pattern recognition allows you to get to the root of a problem, and creating solutions requires timing and decisiveness. If you make a bad decision, don’t worry. Ryan emphasizes that bad decisions can often be unwound. Besides, solutions often create more problems to solve. It’s part of the process of invention. (12:43)Humility. Humility is fundamental to the early journey of entrepreneurs. It might be necessary to shift from the original vision, and success requires understanding the consumer and market, especially for more disruptive businesses. (17:50)This episode is hosted by Marcus Osborne. He is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is the Senior Vice President for Walmart Health.Relevant Links:Read more about Health Here“The Health Here Story” by Ryan Wells“Innovator CEO Profile: Health Here’s Ryan Wells” by Health Evolution
November 30, 2021 by Day Zero

What you don’t know about pain will hurt you

"If you treat chronic pain, or are someone living with it, remember this: Changing the brain can change pain. Addressing emotional health directly impacts physical health, because brain and body are always connected. Pain psychologists can serve as pain coaches – it doesn’t mean you’re crazy, and it’s not “all in your head” (it’s in your brain!). Try biobehavioral interventions like CBT, biofeedback, and mindfulness, and demand that your insurance company reimburse these treatments. If you’re a health care provider, spread the word about biopsychosocial pain management. Teach patients how pain works, connect brain with body, and offer hope. Knowledge is power. Let’s empower our patients – and each other – to find integrative solutions that work. Rachel Zoffness is a pain psychologist. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "What you don’t know about pain will hurt you." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/11/what-you-dont-know-about-pain-will-hurt-you.html)
November 30, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Leading for Physician Equity with Pringl Miller, MD, FACS

Introducing Dr. Pringl Miller, a General Surgeon, also with a Fellowship in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, as well as Clinical Medical Ethics. Dr. Pringl is the Founder and Executive Director of Physician Just Equity, an organization created to help empower doctors through complex work conflicts. In this episode Dr. Pringl discusses the problem of physician inequity and maltreatment of doctors especially among healthcare leaders, highlighting the negative impacts on the healthcare industry. Top Takeaways • [06:48] Women and underrepresented people in Medicine and Surgery seem to be more vulnerable to harassment, discrimination, and retaliation. Usually, these situations are unrelated to their clinical quality or work proficiency.  • [10:56] Lessons from failure: It's important to understand the culture and engage in proactive communication with colleagues to minimize misunderstanding. Also, remember that not every environment is going to be supportive of your authentic self and it's better to part ways amicably.  • [14:23] When faced with such challenging situations, it is important to avoid going into conversations hot but to take time and understand what happened, and be sure that the cultural values in that workplace align with yours.  • [17:13] Tools for building intimate connections: Respect for colleagues, Active Listening, and Aligning with what gives people meaning.  • [21:18] Best 'Aha' moment: Moving from clinical work to focus on her foundation gave a lightness, and Dr. Pringl realized that it was because she left an environment where there was a constant expectation for her to fail.  • [27:40] Ongoing changes in the healthcare industry: There is a heightened awareness of health inequity and the need for health justice as the pandemic brought to light some of the racial inequities in the healthcare system. • [33:28] Professionals need to be encouraged to move into healthcare by improving the workplace treatment of doctors, especially the underrepresented groups of doctors; this alone is a major reason for the mass exit of healthcare professionals.  • [37:05] Dr. Pringl is inspired by her work to lead by example, and this passion helps her inspire workers in her organization.  • [40:45] Dr. Pringl's message to herself in the past is "it's not whether you win or lose, it's how you play the game". To herself in the future, she hopes all her challenges have helped her grow productively.  • [42:07] Dr. Pringl encourages listeners to reach out and offer support through the Physician Just Equity website.  Key Quotes: "Not everything that is faced can be changed but nothing can be changed until it is faced" - James Baldwin "40% of women leave Medicine altogether or go to part-time within 6 years of completing their training" "We are all stories" "If you're not being allowed to shine and to thrive, there's something wrong with your workplace environment" Connect:  Find | Dr. Pringl Miller LinkedIn – Dr. Pringl Miller  Twitter - @equitydocs --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/healthcarequalitycast/message
November 30, 2021 by The Healthcare QualityCast

Giving MS the Finger with Kathy Reagan-Young

Today I talk to multimedia guru and patient influencer  Kathy Reagan Young. She’s been blogging since before that was a word. She’s a video producer. And she hosts an amazing podcast called FUMS, an acronym for Fuck You Multiple Sclerosis. And yes swearing like a sailor is also in her toolkit. When Kathy was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis she didn’t let that stop her from being the badass that she is. Instead, she took to the web and started an online MS support community. And she launched the FUMS podcast - a new addition to the OffScrip Health network. Kathy talks about all that as well as the psychedelic effects of Amazonian frog venom and the physics behind ’80s hair.For more on Kathy’s podcast, visit FUMSnow.com. And for information on us, visit https://OffScrip.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.

255 – Docs Outside the Box Update

Dr. Nii talks about recent MAJOR updates to the show.
November 29, 2021 by Docs Outside The Box

195 – COVID-19; the catalyst for change in digital health and interoperability. Amanda Cattermole, Australian Digital Health Agency

Have you ever wondered how many people actually make use of the My Health Record? Tune in to this episode for that answer and more as Pete and Amanda from the ADHA discuss the uptake of digital health during the pandemic and the importance of interoperability. Learn how to communicate with the ADHA. Also, how relevant is the MyHR to Australians?
November 29, 2021 by Talking HealthTech

Tradeoffs and Compromises: How Most Countries Struggle to Balance Cost, Quality, and Access with Peter Cram, Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch

For this episode, we have the privilege to host the excellent Dr. Peter Cram, Chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He is also the co-founder of the International Health System Research Collaborative (IHSRC). Dr. Cram discusses some of his experiences in the Canadian healthcare system. He also shares the result of some of his research on global healthcare costs, price transparency, and reference pricing. He also shares the hope of ensuring that everyone has healthcare. This is a stimulating conversation about prices of care so be sure to tune in!
November 29, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Looking ahead to the future of telehealth — with Dr. Daniel Kraft

Telehealth and virtual care have advanced leaps and bounds in 2020 and 2021, but there are still many ways in which the technology is inefficient or inaccessible, at least compared to what it could be. Host Jonah Comstock welcomes Dr. Daniel Kraft, founder and chair of Exponential Medicine, to talk about what the future might hold for telehealth and virtual care.This is the latest episode in our Workforce Re-Entry series sponsored by Zoom.Talking pointsWhere are we now with virtual care?Data integration, triage chatbots, and other hallmarks of the futureAligning incentives to end data siloesImagining a Google Maps/Waze for healthcareThe blurring boundaries between health and wellnessHow do we handle privacy while unlocking novel biomarkers?Big Brother is watching… your health?Sorting out the advantages of physical vs virtual in the futureUsing technology to enhance cliniciansCoordinating and integrating technologies we already haveWhat’s on the horizon for health tech?More about this episodeThe Virtual Care Paradigm: Going beyond telehealth for the future – and present – of careDoctors look to tech for the future but need assurance it will workHIMSSCast: Peeking into the future of healthcareThe future of the waiting room, and how telemedicine and mobile health could change itZoom's head of healthcare talks the future of telemedicineKraft: Healthcare data-flow of the future will be fluid, proactive, and personalized
November 29, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Expansion of Community-Based Interventions for HCV

In this episode, we focus on community-based hepatitis interventions for the Hepatitis C Virus (HCV) and learn more about one of Philadelphia’s efforts where nurses and patient navigators collaborate to test and treat HCV. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, injection drug use accounts for up to 70% of new HCV cases in the United States. If treated, however, most HCV cases clear up in eight to twelve weeks through medication and primary care provider oversight. Prior to 2011, that was not the case. HCV treatment was managed by an infectious disease or liver specialist and required 24 to 48 weeks for a combination of weekly injections and oral medication with severe side effects.  To dive into this topic, we’re joined by Bibbi Stokes, an Infectious Diseases Nurse Manager and experienced Population Health Manager at Public Health Management Corporation. Our conversation touches on the game changers within HCV treatment, including the switch to an all-oral antiviral treatment allowing for more community-based HCV treatment.
November 29, 2021 by At the Core of Care

Physician communication using the tools of a trial attorney

"For twenty years, I defended doctors when they were sued, and now I coach female leaders from all industries on how to advocate for themselves and their potential with the tools of a trial lawyer. I know that when doctors are exhausted, distracted and powerless they’re more likely to be sued. They’re also more likely to burnout, less likely to enhance the patient experience, and more likely to have complications. And I know there is another way." Heather Hansen is a communications consultant and attorney.  She can be reached at Heather Hansen Presents. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "When telemedicine leads to burnout." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/10/when-telemedicine-leads-to-burnout.html)
November 29, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD
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Reporting Powers: Insights in Action Moved by the unprecedented stress and strain on nurses and our health systems, Johnson & Johnson, in partnership with the American Nurses Association and the American Organization for Nursing Leadership, set out to understand the various ways that the nursing profession evolved amidst the pandemic.