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F094 How can we simplify regulation of digital health apps? (Liz Ashall Payne, ORCHA)

There are well over 300.000 digital health apps on the market. However, only a third of them have been updated in the last 18 months, says Liz Ashal Payne - CEO and Founder of ORCHA - a UK based organization with a mission to distribute validated apps to patients who need them. Liz Ashal Payne - a digital health veteran, who started her career as a speech ad language therapist, worked as Assistant Director of Allied Health Professions (AHPs), she was a Clinical Programme Manager of Academic Health Science Network for the North West Coast, International Outreach Coordinator for ECHAlliance and more. After years of being in the digital health space, she founded ORCHA - an organisation with the mission to distribute digital health apps to people who need them.    See also F062 GDPR, MDR, and what you can do about you medical data (Jovan Stevovic): https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f062-gdpr-mdr-and-what-you-can-do-about-you-medical-data-jovan-stevovi
August 14, 2020 by Faces of Digital Health

Harsha Upadhyay, Regional CEO at Prime Healthcare

This episode features Harsha Upadhyay, Regional CEO at Prime Healthcare. Here, he discusses his journey to leadership within his career, his best advice for others, and more.
August 14, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Imelda Dacones, President and CEO of Northwest Permanente

This episode features Imelda Dacones, President and CEO of Northwest Permanente. Here, she discusses how Kaiser Permanente has elevated their quality of care to be one of the best in the nation, her journey to leadership, and more.
August 14, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

The State of Payer Data with Jordan Bazinsky

Learn about the converging data management challenges that will change the payer industry forever, including clinical data integration and the CMS 2020 Final Rule.
August 14, 2020 by The #HCBiz Show!

A Moment with Mike | Session 7

Besides healthcare, another major industry that is being fundamentally disrupted is the education space. And since it’s that time of the year again where students head back to their learning environments, this presents exciting opportunities for us to engage with these brilliant minds across the nation and around the world. During episode 69, I wanted to take a moment and discuss how we, as healthcare executives and leaders, can support these brilliant minds so that we can pay it forward, but to also receive amazing gifts in return. If you want to learn how you can become a part of the innovation happening in the healthcare and education space, and how you can support these brilliant students that are creating new business models and products, then tune in to this episode and be prepared for actionable steps to get involved! EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS:Catalyst HTI: Its conception, purpose, and why academic stakeholders are involved Why education and academia are talent pipelines for the healthcare industry of the near future Approaches you can take to contribute  How entrepreneurial programs within academic institutions are creating new startups and how (and why) you should be involved  LINKS SUPPORTING THIS EPISODE:University of Denver Project X-ITE: CLICK HERE (https://projectxite.org/) Colorado School of Mines: CLICK HERE (https://www.mines.edu/) Regis University: CLICK HERE (https://www.regis.edu/) Catalyst: CLICK HERE (http://www.catalysthealthtech.com/) Mike Biselli’s LinkedIn: CLICK HERE (https://www.linkedin.com/in/mikebiselli/) Mike Biselli’s Twitter page: CLICK HERE (https://twitter.com/mikebiselli)

Medical education and engaging children in wearing masks

"Children are being encouraged to take on the superhero persona and help protect others.  They do this in true average-person-as-the-superhero style by wearing a facemask alone, without any superhero powers or words.  Just as wearing a facemask in public has been the norm for years in many Asian countries, it may become the norm worldwide.  For this to happen, we need buy-in by the younger generations who are less likely to wear a mask in public but are equally likely to unknowingly spread infection.  In this group, the ability to make a fashion statement may motivate them to give up their laissez-faire view of their personal risk of harm in favor of the ethically favorable and trendy decision to protect others." Lauren Fine is an allergy-immunology physician and a medical educator. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article that she co-authored, "The superhero within during the time of COVID-19." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/06/the-superhero-within-during-the-time-of-covid-19.html) She would like to thank her co-author and colleague, Dr. Vijay Rajput.
August 14, 2020 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Inside the NBA Bubble with Coach Popovich

Last month, the NBA resumed its season from within a “bubble” facility in Orlando, where players are isolated and tested regularly. And so far, it seems to be working. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta hears about life inside the bubble from Coach Gregg Popovich of the San Antonio Spurs. 
August 14, 2020 by Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

Nurses Cultivating Self and Community | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 284

On episode 284 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews Lucy Camarena, RN, DNP, CCRN, CNL, CPN, and Diana Cantu-Reyna, RN, BSN, CCRN of Cultivating Self, a burgeoning community of nurses who are leaning deep into self-care and wellness through a plethora of healing arts modalities. If you're a nurse seeking rejuvenation and a reconnection with your authentic self, you've come to the right place!
August 14, 2020 by The Nurse Keith Show

Reading the Signs

Listener warning: This episode features groundbreaking work around human trafficking. The episode includes a very difficult and graphic conversation that may be triggering and not appropriate for all audiences. The International Labor Organization estimates there to be over 40 million victims of human trafficking globally, with hundreds of thousands in the United States. In addition to being a human rights violation, human trafficking is also a massive global health problem with almost 90% of victims seeking care in our healthcare systems, with most of them being seen in our emergency departments. Nurses are often the first point of clinical contact for victims and play a key role in identifying and providing resources for them. In this episode, we meet Danielle Bastien RN, DNP, FNP-BC, a nurse practitioner at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit, Michigan who researched and explored human trafficking and how health systems, and nurses specifically, can identify and protect victims, help them find a way out, and a safer, more secure path forward.
August 14, 2020 by See You Now

Leading Health Tech During a Pandemic with Sherri Douville

Sherri Douville is the President, CEO and Board Member for Medigram.  We take a walk through the headlines to explore topics from Leadership, Work From Home, and leveraging conferences.  Sherri shares wisdom for female leaders who aspire to the CEO role...
August 14, 2020 by This Week In Health IT

Carolyn Caldwell, President and CEO of Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center

This episode features Carolyn Caldwell, President and CEO of Dignity Health St. Mary Medical Center. Here, she discusses the influence her mentors have had on her career, her best advice for emerging leaders, and more.
August 13, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Creating a Playbook for Data Privacy: Dan Linton, Global Data Privacy Officer, W2O

W2O’s Global Privacy Officer, Dan Linton, joins the show to discuss how our recent survey serves as a data privacy playbook for healthcare companies, how our findings were impacted by COVID-19, and what this research means for the healthcare industry as a whole.
August 13, 2020 by What 2 Know

Barbara Griffith, President and CEO of the Woman’s Hospital

This episode features Barbara Griffith, President and CEO of the Woman’s Hospital in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Here, she discusses the dangers of contracting COVID in late pregnancy, the legacy of strong female leadership at her hospital, and more.
August 13, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

OR Nursing with Alexis Johncola, BSN, RN

I join Alexis, who is our first recent BSN graduate on the podcast. In this episode we discuss her experience of starting out in a baccalaureate nursing program and clinical experience. We discuss important tips for the interview process for your first job, preparing questions, choices for interview clothing, and other tips for surviving your day. We move onto what her experience has been like as an OR nurse, learning the specialty from day 1 of hire, the different roles of an OR nurse, how COVID affected this experience by shifting her learning to being a floor nurse as well as the Gift of Life Organ Donation process and how important the role is for the RN. Finally, Alexis discusses her methods of journaling as a way of reducing stress.  Alexis Johncola B.S.N., RN is a 2019 graduate from the Pennsylvania State University, College of Nursing. She started her first nursing job in October of 2019 as an Operating Room nurse at St. Mary Medical Center in Langhorne, PA. When she is not circulating or scrubbing in the Operating Room, she enjoys day trips to the  beach, spending time with family, and trying new foods! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/virtualclinical/support
August 13, 2020 by The Virtual Clinical Podcast

Brainless Health: Simple Health Habits for Smart People with John Patton, Author, Brainless Health

In this episode, I am privileged to host John Patton. John is an excellent communicator. He is also the author of the book "Brainless Health: Simple Health Habits for Smart People". In our conversation, John breaks down the ways people are brainless when it comes to health. He shares funny yet inspiring anecdotes, statistics on health, how he dealt with COVID, some preparations we can do to keep our body healthy, and more. This is a very interesting conversation and one we enjoyed, so please tune in. https://outcomesrocket.health/brainless-health/2020/08/
August 13, 2020 by Outcomes Rocket

Andrew Agwunobi, CEO and Executive Vice President of the University of Connecticut Health System

This episode features Andrew Agwunobi, CEO and Executive Vice President of the University of Connecticut Health System. Here, he discusses how his academic training has prepared him for his current role, the role his parents played in his decision to go into medicine, and more.
August 13, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Andrew Agwunobi, CEO and Executive Vice President of UConn Health

This episode features Andrew Agwunobi, CEO and Executive Vice President of UConn Health. Here, he discusses how his academic training has prepared him for his current role, the role his parents played in his decision to go into medicine, and more.
August 13, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Palliative care during the pandemic

"We are health care workers. We are doctors, advanced care practitioners, nurses, pharmacists, social workers, and so much more. We are on the frontlines. We are our parents’ children, and we are parents to our young children. For the first time, we are at an extremely high risk of being quarantined by the same beast we are trying to conquer. We are experiencing moral distress, guilt, and frustration, knowing our colleagues and patients need us when we can’t be there. And now, for the first time, we feel like you need to know what we are truly feeling. For the first time, there is no you or I. No famous or average. There is no difference in race, sex, religion, or culture. We are one and the same, and for the first time, we all know what it feels like to be in each other’s shoes. You are me, and I am you. We are you and I. For the first time, we are all equal in the eyes of this virus as it challenges us all physically, emotionally, socially, and spiritually." Simran Malhotra is a palliative care physician and can be reached on Instagram @drveganfoodie and on Twitter @simranm15. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "The many firsts of coronavirus." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/03/the-many-firsts-of-coronavirus.html)
August 13, 2020 by The Podcast by KevinMD

‘On the Edge of the Abyss’: Covid-19 in Beirut

On the morning of the deadly explosion that tore through the Lebanese capital of Beirut, the city’s main public hospital was already approaching full capacity from coronavirus patients. Now, with hospitals heavily damaged and overwhelmed with the injured from the blast, how does the city deal with the rising threat of the pandemic? CNN’s Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with CNN International Correspondent Ben Wedeman in Beirut. 
August 13, 2020 by Coronavirus: Fact vs Fiction

Still here: Fighting the opioid epidemic during a pandemic

As the U.S. continues to cope with COVID-19, opioid addiction and abuse continue to be a deadly problem. Join AMA immediate past president and chair of the AMA Opioid Taskforce, Patrice A Harris, MD, MA, and other addiction specialists as they discuss the nation's continued drug overdose epidemic. Subscribe to daily COVID video updates from the AMA at ama-assn.org/COVIDupdate
August 13, 2020 by AMA Moving Medicine

Leading Through COVID-19 Recovery – Eric Evans, CEO of Surgery Partners

Scott Becker interviews Eric Evans from Surgery Partners in this two-part podcast series. Here they discuss Surgery Partners’ response to COVID-19, priorities over the next 6 - 12 months and advice for emerging leaders. Listen to part 1 of the podcast here. (https://blubrry.com/beckershealthcarepodcast/65838991/enhancing-patient-quality-of-life-through-partnership-eric-evans-ceo-of-surgery-partners/) This episode is sponsored by Surgery Partners (https://surgerypartners.com/).
August 12, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Enhancing Patient Quality of Life Through Partnership – Eric Evans, CEO of Surgery Partners

Scott Becker interviews Eric Evans from Surgery Partners in this two-part podcast series. Here they discuss the strengths of the short-stay surgical model and how Surgery Partners has positioned itself for growth and pursuing new and meaningful partnerships. This episode is sponsored by Surgery Partners (https://surgerypartners.com/).
August 12, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Lab Benefit Management and 9-12% Savings Opportunity with Barry Davis, Chief Growth Officer at Avalon Healthcare Solutions

We hear news about COVID testing every day. But how much do we know about the testing and what's going on inside the laboratory? In this episode, we interview Barry Davis, the Chief Growth Officer at Avalon Healthcare Solutions and he shares with us a few important insights we need to understand about COVID testing. Barry also discusses how Avalon is scaling laboratory management and how it is incorporating a value-based care model, getting away from the volume-driven approach to improve outcomes, save money, and help people get better. He explains how waste is happening in genetic testing and shares insights that can help all stakeholders be better. This is an incredible conversation and we enjoyed talking to Barry. Please tune in and discover for yourself how Avalon can help your company. https://outcomesrocket.health/avalon/2020/08/
August 12, 2020 by Outcomes Rocket

NEJM This Week — August 13, 2020

Featuring articles on azacitidine plus venetoclax in AML, compression for recurrent cellulitis of the leg, decreased population-based mortality from lung cancer, the United States and the WHO, the need for a tighter particulate-matter air-quality standard, and bilirubin in IBD and pancreatitis; a review article on epigenetic therapies for cancer; a case report of a woman with a lung mass; and Perspective articles on whether we spend too much on health care, on people with hepatitis C who inject drugs, on hepatitis C treatment in correctional facilities, and on a national medical response to crisis. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 383, No. 7.
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