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Best of The Huddle: Introducing the MATCH grant—advancing equity through community partnerships

Last year, ADCES received funding from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention toward work aimed at advancing access to diabetes education and prevention resources for those in underserved communities. In anticipation of updates on progress made thus far at this year's upcoming annual meeting, we're resharing a previous episode of The Huddle in which Angela Forfia from ADCES and Sarah Ann Piper from Emory Centers explained how this will come to life over the next 5 years.

440 – Fostering Trust in HealthTech through Clinician Collaboration and AI. Sudeep Acharya and Cate Hilliard, MTX

In this episode of Talking HealthTech recorded at Australian Healthcare Week 2024 in Sydney, host Peter Birch sits down with two guests from MTX APAC: Sudeep Acharya, the CEO, and Cate Hilliard, the Director of Health and Human Services. They discuss the nuances of building technology solutions that serve the healthcare industry, the importance of engagement with subject matter experts, and the role of change management in successful technology implementation. They also discuss future trends in health tech, such as AI, predictive analytics, and the drive towards patient-centric care.Key Takeaways:- MTX focuses on delivering technology solutions, not just software, to underserved industries like public and healthcare sectors with an emphasis on regulatory compliance.- Engaging with domain experts and clinicians ensures that the developed solutions are tailored to their needs, fostering system trust and adoption.- Iterative development and feedback loops are critical to building relevant and effective healthcare technology.- Change management is essential to align people, processes, and technology in any new system implementation.- Getting clinician buy-in is more than convincing; it's about creating genuine value for their practice through the technology.- AI and data analytics are key future trends, focusing on providing a 360-patient view to improve efficiency and patient outcomes.- The healthcare industry is shifting from a sick care model to one emphasising preventative health, leveraging technology to manage health proactively.Check out the episode and full show notes on the Talking HealthTech website.Loving the show? Leave us a review, and share it with someone who might get some value from it.Keen to take your healthtech to the next level? Become a THT+ Member for access to our online community forum, meetups, special offers, and more exclusive content. For more information visit talkinghealthtech.com/thtplusMentioned in this episode:Talking HealthTech 2024 Audience SurveyIt’s that time again - we are conducting our 2024 Talking HealthTech Audience Survey. 🎉 This helps us prioritise content, hone in key messages and refine the show to make it even better. We also want to understand who are biggest cohorts of audience are, so take 5-10 minutes to complete this and we will be super grateful. 🙏🏻 Everyone who completes the audience survey goes in the draw to win a share of $1000 worth of THT+ Membership Credits, to put towards a membership for yourself as an individual or help get the word out there about your company. First prize is $550, second prize $250, third prize $150 then forth prize of $50 🤑 Click the link to complete the survey now: Talking HealthTech Audience Survey
May 23, 2024 by Talking HealthTech

Episode 37: Making Sense of Potential Changes Coming for SNAP and WIC

Drs. Laura Samuel and Lucine Francis explain the implications of the competing Farm Bills on the House floor on food assistance programs like SNAP and WIC and why nurses' voices are important in these discussions.
May 23, 2024 by On the Pulse

Keynote: Governance, Culture, and Cancer Care Innovations with Buddy Hickman

May 23, 2024: Delve into the nuanced world of healthcare technology through the lens of Buddy Hickman, the Chief Digital and Information Officer at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center. As Buddy shares insights from his first 100 days at Roswell and reflects on his extensive experience in the field, they explore the unique challenges and innovations specific to cancer care technology. How does governance influence the efficiency and effectiveness of IT in healthcare? What role does digital transformation play in enhancing patient care at a cancer center? And, as healthcare technology evolves, what are the implications for data management and AI in improving patient outcomes? These thoughtful considerations frame our discussion, providing an inside look at the intersection of technology and patient care in specialized medical settings.Key Points:Governance in HealthcareCancer Center ChallengesAI and Data ManagementUpcoming Health ProfessionalsOverburdening IT Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer

Gates Ventures’ Kristina Malzbender Joins Alzheimer’s Moonshot Impact Board

Hope on the Horizon: A New Era of Alzheimer's Innovation This episode of StartUp Health NOW dives deep into the fight against Alzheimer's disease in the second in our series of conversations with our Alzheimer's Moonshot Impact Board. Join us as we chat with Kristina Malzbender, the Associate Director, Health & Life Sciences, at Gates Ventures. Hear from this key leader about the concrete realities behind the optimism in Alzheimer's innovation. A century of relentless pursuit: Learn how the tide is turning after decades of dedicated research. Early detection, slowed progression, and even potential cures: Explore exciting advancements in Alzheimer's treatment. Gates Ventures and the Diagnostic Accelerator (DxA): Find out how Gates Ventures and the Alzheimer's Drug Discovery Foundation (ADDF) are supporting companies and academic researchers developing novel biomarkers and diagnostics for Alzheimer's. Introducing StartUp Health's Alzheimer's Moonshot: Discover a powerful collaboration aimed at accelerating progress This episode is for you if: You're passionate about Alzheimer's disease. You're curious about the latest advancements in dementia research. You want to learn how you can contribute to the fight against Alzheimer's. Want even more about Alzheimer’s disease innovation? Learn how you can join our new Alzheimer’s Moonshot Meet the first companies to join the Alzheimer's Moonshot Community. Meet Phyllis Ferrell, Chief Impact Officer for StartUp Health’s Alzheimer’s Moonshot Join us as we ignite hope for the future of Alzheimer's innovation!   Want more content like this? Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox. Innovators: Health Transformer University fuels your health moonshot Funders: Become a Health Moonshot Champion
May 23, 2024 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

Techquity Series: Voices Unleashed

In the fourth episode of the Techquity series on the HIT Like a Girl podcast, guest host Tanisha Hill, the founder of the Digital Health for Equitable Health Alliance, leads a compelling discussion with Rachel Starnes and Kylie Kalik from WillowTree, introducing their groundbreaking project, Vocable AAC. This innovative app aims to empower non-verbal individuals to communicate effectively using facial tracking and touch technology. The conversation delves into the personal stories behind the development of Vocable AAC, highlighting the profound impact it can have on individuals like Rachel's mother, who is almost entirely non-verbal. The guests emphasize the importance of user-focused design, affordability, accessibility, and privacy considerations in digital health technology. Want to learn more about the inspiring projects making healthcare more equitable? Head over to hitlikeagirlpod.com/techquity Episode Highlights 00:06:13] Description of Vocable AAC Project by Kylie Kalik [00:10:25] The Impact of Vocable AAC on Non-Verbal Individuals [00:13:40] User-Centered Design Approach in Developing Vocable AAC [00:17:55] Discussion on Making Technology Accessible Across Devices [00:21:10] Challenges and Solutions in Techquity Implementation [00:25:05] Future Plans for Techquity Initiatives [00:30:40] Conclusion and Invitation to Explore More on Techquity

Episode 152: Sustaining Independent Hospitals in Rural America

Independent hospitals exist for the health and wellbeing of their communities. Amidst a rapidly changing healthcare environment, locally controlled rural healthcare organizations can remain autonomous and dedicated to their patient populations. On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Terry Scoggin, Chief Executive Officer at Titus Regional Medical Center in Mt. Pleasant, Texas. Follow Rural Health Rising on Twitter!  https://twitter.com/ruralhealthpod/  https://twitter.com/hillsdaleCEOJJ/  https://twitter.com/ruralhealthrach/ Follow Titus Regional Medical Center! https://www.facebook.com/titusregional https://twitter.com/titusregional  https://www.linkedin.com/company/titus-regional-medical-center/  https://www.instagram.com/titus_regional/ Follow Hillsdale Hospital on social media!  https://www.facebook.com/hillsdalehospital/  https://www.twitter.com/hillsdalehosp/  https://www.linkedin.com/company/hillsdale-community-health-center/  https://www.instagram.com/hillsdalehospital/  Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer  https://www.kenjiulmer.com/ 
May 23, 2024 by Rural Health Rising

107: Investing in Nurses! A Nurse’s Journey

In 2023, in a first-of-its-kind, The American Nurses Foundation’s Philanthropic Support for the Nursing Profession report revealed that nursing receives just one penny of every healthcare philanthropy dollar despite broad awareness and agreement of the need for massive and urgent investment in nursing to transform our complex health care systems and care delivery.    In this second episode in our series of rare, in-depth unscripted conversations with philanthropists, fundraisers, program managers, executive directors, grantees, and innovators we explore the individual nurse’s journey and the creative and strategic ways foundations are investing and partnering to engage students as early as middle school to spark interest in healthcare careers, deliver education through the lens of health and education equity, and build the diverse workforce needed to meet current shortages and growing demand.    Listen in for conversations with Pamela McCue PhD, RN, CEO of NursesMC, Jenny Kane of Bloomberg Philanthropies, Elisabeth DeLuca and Kevin Byrne of the Elisabeth C. DeLuca Foundation as we dive deep into the details of a Nurses’s Journey, transformative, recording breaking gifts, Bloomberg Philanthropies $250 million Career and Technical Education Healthcare Initiative, and the groundbreaking NursesMC model for building a representative nursing workforce centered on the social determinants of health, education, and employment. Find this episode’s resources at www.seeyounowpodcast.com and to find out more information on the podcast bundles visit ANA’s Innovation Website at www.nursingworld.org/innovation. Have questions for the SEE YOU NOW team? Feedback? Future episode ideas? Contact us at [email protected].
May 22, 2024 by See You Now

AI generated clinical Insights from the front lines: Eli Ben-Joseph, CEO of Regard

Another Wednesday, another #Shot! In episode #140 of #TheShot of #DigitalHealth Therapy, Jim Joyce and I got to know Eli Ben-Joseph, CEO of Regard: 🌐 The evolution of healthcare data 🤖 AI's role in enhancing diagnostic accuracy 💡 The clinical insights gap... 🏥 Real-world impact of AI tools in hospitals 📈 The future trajectory of AI in healthcare ⚡ and how those oh crap moments change trajectories... Fun mentions as always: Rob Cronin Dori Zweig Young Epic OpenAI Particle Health Sentara Health

Episode 52 – Nicki Allitt

Nicki Allitt is an accomplished strategic Communications Executive with over 29 years of experience providing strategic counsel to C-suite executives and influencing business strategy across diverse global industries.For the last three years, Nicki has been Vice President of Group Communications at ISS – a leading workplace experience and facility management company, employing 350,000+ people globally with its headquarters in Denmark. Previously, she served as Global Head of Communications for 10+ years at Syngenta Group - a leading agribusiness organisation, that brings greater food security in an environmentally sustainable way to an increasingly populous world.Prior to that, she has also held global communication roles at Shell International in the Netherlands, Jumeirah Group in the United Arab Emirates, and the Seven Television Network in Australia.Nicki holds Australian and French nationalities and has lived and worked in six different countries.Nicki is also a Board Director of the Asherah Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to supporting women seeking a second chance through higher education scholarships, to create change within their communities and advance gender and social equality. She is also an Advisory Council Member of the Diversity Economic Institute in the UK, and an Advisory Board member for Ellect, based in Australia, which aims to have 100,000 women leaders ready for leadership and Board roles in the next few years.Nicki holds a Bachelor of Arts and Commerce with a double major in Criminal Justice and Politics from Griffith University, Australia.  She has also studied Journalism through the National Council for the Training of Journalists, United Kingdom, and holds a Diploma in Executive Coaching from the Academy of Executive Coaching, United Kingdom. In 2023, she completed the Executive Women in Leadership programme at Cornell University, USA.In this episode, Nicki and I chatted about:Her leadership roles Her leadership style Her leadership journey The leaders that helped her rise The challenges she faced on her journey How she navigated those challenges How she thinks you can become a strong and kind leader Her ‘take home’ leadership messages for the listeners, and What she is currently excited to be working on. Nicki can be found and contacted via the following online platform:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickiallitt/  Please reach out to Dr Harrison for individual coaching and/or organisational training via [email protected] web address and social media profile links / handles include:www.dradamharrison.comhttps://www.linkedin.com/in/dradamharrison/www.youtube.com/c/DrAdamPhysicianCoachhttps://www.facebook.com/coachingmentoringdoctors/https://www.instagram.com/dradamharrison/
May 22, 2024 by Inspiring Women Leaders

Leading Healthcare Teams with Data and Heart

In this season finale of The Handoff, Dr. Joni Watson sits down with Dr. Michael Jones, a regional director at Common Spirit Health and a leader in clinical informatics. With a rich background in nursing and health administration, Dr. Jones shares his strategies for managing change, building resilient teams, and leveraging data to improve patient outcomes. From preventing burnout in a 24/7 healthcare environment to mastering stakeholder engagement, Dr. Jones provides invaluable insights into the future of healthcare leadership. Listen in for a compelling discussion on the dynamic intersection of nursing, technology, and business.
May 22, 2024 by The Handoff

46 I Safe Place International: Nurturing Leadership and Hope for LGBTQIA+ Refugees

Summary: We explore the heart-wrenching yet inspiring journeys of Tom, Arnold, Cathy, and Brainze as they navigate the challenges of being LGBTQIA+ individuals in Africa. Despite facing severe rejection, discrimination, and legal persecution, they find hope and empowerment through Safe Place International's Dream Academy. Raj Sundar leads a conversation on the importance of leadership development, mental well-being, and community support in transforming lives. By sharing their personal stories, our guests highlight the resilience and courage of the LGBTQIA+ community while emphasizing the need for inclusive healthcare practices and societal acceptance. Together, we delve into how the Dream Academy's support and tangible skills training provide a beacon of hope, helping individuals regain self-esteem and confidence and marking a significant milestone with the decriminalization of same-sex relationships in Botswana. Overview: Struggles faced by LGBTQIA+ individuals in Africa. Tom's story: Rejection by family and discrimination in Botswana. Arnold's journey: Discrimination as a gay refugee in South Africa. Support systems: Dream Academy and Safe Place International's impact. Brainze's experience: Support from Kings and Queens Cameroon. Milestone: Decriminalization of same-sex relationships in Botswana. Importance of healthcare practitioners' education and respectful treatment. Highlights of the Dream Academy's 10-week virtual course. Cathy's perspective on the lack of awareness and acceptance in Botswana. Empowerment through the Dream Academy: Skills and self-esteem. Next Step Visit our website, Healthcare for Humans, and join our community to enjoy exclusive benefits at https://www.healthcareforhumans.org/support/ Earn CME Credits: Clinicians, enhance your learning by earning valuable continuing education credits while listening. Utilize your CME funds to join our community. Support Our Mission: Non-clinicians, explore exclusive content and contribute to our collective journey. Be an Active Participant: Go beyond listening. Shape our narrative by co-creating episodes with us. Be part of our community by visiting https://www.healthcareforhumans.org/support/. Follow us on Instagram @healthcareforhumanspodcast Safe Place International SafePlace International (SPI) is a US-based 501c3 founded in 2017 with a mission to enhance the safety and empowerment of one of the most marginalized populations in the world: LGBTQIA+ refugees. With its two flagship programs, The Global Family Initiative and The Dream Academy, SPI seeks to improve individual access to leadership and livelihood opportunities while increasing societal inclusion and acceptance. This is accomplished by first increasing people’s safety and stability through shelter and basic needs support, and then providing psychosocially supportive leadership training that prepares them to become civically engaged self advocates, entrepreneurs, employees, activists, and organizational leaders, ready to enact change within their communities. 
May 22, 2024 by Healthcare for Humans

EP 34: Strategies for Resolving Workplace Conflicts

Leaders should encourage detailed accounts to unearth the essence of any issue between coworkers in order to facilitate effective solutions by pinpointing the root cause. Today, Dr. Renee Thompson equips listeners with tools to assess truth, maintain professionalism, and uphold a respectful work culture in healthcare settings. From identifying biases to handling mediation and setting future expectations, she shares insights to help resolve conflicts more effectively and plenty of insights for leaders to foster a respectful work culture within their teams. Join this episode and explore how to avoid pointing fingers toward just finding who is right. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: https://healthyworkforceinstitute.com/podcast-episodes/
May 22, 2024 by Coffee Break

How Employers Impact Access to Care w/ Employer Coalition on Health President & CEO, Eileen McAnneny | HealthBiz Briefs

Eileen McAnneny (CEO, Employer Coalition on Health) discusses the importance of employers in the healthcare ecosystem and how they play an integral role in access to care.🎙️⚕️ABOUT CARETALKCareTalk is a weekly podcast that provides an incisive, no B.S. view of the US healthcare industry. Join co-hosts John Driscoll (Senior Advisor, Walgreens Boots Alliance) and David Williams (President, Health Business Group) as they debate the latest in US healthcare news, business and policy. 🎙️⚕️ABOUT EILEEN MCANNENYEileen currently serves as the President and CEO of the Employer Coalition on Health. She was previously the president of the Massachusetts Taxpayers Foundation from 2015 through 2022. McAnneny also played a key role representing employers during the legislative debates that led to the state’s 2006 and 2012 health care reform laws, when she worked as a lobbyist with Associated Industries of Massachusetts.GET IN TOUCHBecome a CareTalk sponsorGuest appearance requestsVisit us on the webSubscribe to the CareTalk NewsletterShop official CareTalk merchFOLLOW CARETALKSpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsFollow us on LinkedIn#healthcare #healthcaretechnology #healthcarebusiness #healthcarepodcast #employers #healthcareecosystemSupport the Show.CareTalk: Healthcare. Unfiltered. is produced by Grippi Media Digital Marketing
May 22, 2024 by CareTalk Podcast
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