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183 – Bluetooth devices for remote patient monitoring; Craig Simmonds, Propell (iHealth)

Pete chat’s with Craig Simmonds from Propell the distributors of iHealth in Australia about the rise and acceptance of connected health devices for patient monitoring, and how remote patient monitoring is keeping people at home and reducing avoidable hospitalisation, and lots more.
October 18, 2021 by Talking HealthTech

How AposHealth is Using Gait Technologies to Create a More Frictionless Healthcare System with Clifford Bleustein, Global President and CEO of AposHealth

Could gait be the next predictor of overall health? That is one of the many things we will talk about in this interview. For this episode, we have the privilege to host the excellent Dr. Clifford Bleustein, Global President and CEO of AposHealth, an FDA-cleared foot device designed to alleviate pain and treat gait-related conditions. Dr. Bluestein discusses how AposHealth's shoe device leverages biomechanics to help patients get temporary relief for pain, improve function, and develop better movements. He talks of ways his company delivers better outcomes for patients’ musculoskeletal care. We also cover challenges, business models, client profiles, and more. This is a stimulating conversation about gait and its impact on our health, so be sure to tune in! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
October 18, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

‘Think Deeply:’ What Matters To You?

The ultimate goal is to live confidently and enjoy life on our terms. Let’s make sure we’re leaving on the same note. It’s a script flip: this episode isn’t morbid; it’s a sign to prioritize your values and wishes. Get comfortable with the uncomfortable.

Automating Patient Explanations with Dr. David Grew

Automating Patient Explanations with Dr. David Grew

What we can learn from an orthopedic surgeon who publishes a novel 

"Transections, eviscerations, exsanguinations, amputations, decapitations, disembowelments, penetrations, disarticulations, emasculations, enucleations, incinerations—these things he has seen. But of late he chooses to see only the glimmering vials. His vision fades and darkens as he draws closer to the OR where the ultimate reality lies prepped, draped, framed, and illuminated, waiting for the surgeon to fix it all, to make sense of it all. Exposure in surgery is everything." Michael J. Collins is an orthopedic surgeon and author of All Bleeding Stops. He can be reached on Twitter @mjcollinsmd. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Exposure in surgery is everything." (
October 18, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Jess Jowdy Gets Excited by Making Data Actionable for Clinicians and Patients

The InterSystems internship program interviews newcomers to determine which projects best align with their personality and goals. That's how Jess Jowdy, Manager of Healthcare Sales Engineering found her job as a technical liaison between clients and internal colleagues at InterSystems. If it wasn't for being pointed in this direction, she probably would have become a librarian. In this episode, Jess talks with us about the value of getting broad career experiences that can applied in surprising ways as well as not being afraid to take risks throughout your professional journey.
October 18, 2021 by HIT Like a Girl

Episode 82: Dr Carey August – The CAP Foundation, Engaged Leadership Academy, and See, Test, and Treat

Today my guest is Pathologist Dr Carey August What we discuss with Dr August: How she was inspired to become a doctor, and how she discovered pathology Why teaching is important to her Why it is important for pathologists to take on leadership positions How she became involved with CAP and her role on the board of governors The CAP Foundation and her role as President The Engaged Leadership Academy See, Test, and Treat, some of it's history, and why it is important Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning The ConfLab from LabVine Join the Labvine Team Dress A Med scrubs   Dr August on Twitter CAP Foundation See, Test, and Treat Pipeline Champions Engaged Leadership Academy   People of Pathology Podcast: Website Twitter
October 18, 2021 by People of Pathology Podcast

327: Solocast – Crazy Soccer Mom

It’s time to get a little personal (... because that’s different how? 🤣)  Not too long ago, I saw the light fade from my son’s eyes as it pertains to a sport that he genuinely loves. I watched him get dimmer and dimmer until one day he looked at me and said he just didn’t want to play anymore.  After trying to talk to him about it, he simply said that it just didn’t feel good anymore.  Then I went to one of his very last games. His team lost in a big way but what made the loss even worse, was the way his coach approached the loss. Instead of encouraging them and letting them know that losses happen, the coach began to belittle them and acost them.  Mama Bear Weisman came out.  Listen in to hear all about the situation and what it really taught me about being brave and standing up for the people and the ideas that you believe in. Should I have approached the situation differently? Probably. But would I do it again? Absolutely.  You tell me, am I a crazy soccer mom?    “How do you define brave? I stood up and said ‘no more.’” Dr. Errin Weisman   In this episode: [02:50] I’m sharing a soccer mom story today. [04:08] I was disappointed in the culture of my oldest son Camden’s new soccer team. [05:07] Our team was beaten 11 to zero, and the coach belittled the team because they lost. [06:18] I was then labeled as a crazy soccer mom. [07:20] I asked myself a couple of questions about whether I did the right thing to approach the coach. [09:32] I will always have my son’s back!   Links and Resources 3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book,Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Sit with me in my Slack Channel. Schedule a call with Errin HERE Find out more about sponsoring an episode HERE Email Errin HERE
October 18, 2021 by Doctor Me First Podcast

326: Possibility with Jill Griffin

You’re having the trip of a lifetime, hiking in Australia, and loving every minute of it. Until all of a sudden, you fall down a waterfall. After sustaining a TBI and quickly realizing that something’s just not right, you embark on a quest that spans more than a decade to get your life back.  This is what happened to Jill Griffin. After falling down a waterfall and sustaining a concussion, she could no longer live her life normally. She could hear her eyeballs move in her head. She could hear her hair moving. She couldn’t put on mascara without toppling over.  Come to find out, she had every kind of vertigo.  Rather than let herself fall down a rabbit hole of despair, she took the challenge and met it head on. She saw the possibility for what it was and sought to help others shift their outlook on life.  Listen in as she shares her story and gives us a glimpse of what it means to live with a chronic condition that affects every aspect of her life. In spite of the challenges, she continues to wake up each day ready to make a difference in the lives of her clients and colleagues.    “I can’t unbreak the fracture but I can now choose how I want to move forward with it.” Jill Griffin   In this episode: [01:31] Welcome to the show, Jill! [01:40] She shares her background and what she is putting into the world. [04:33] Listen as Jill discusses suffering a traumatic brain injury and how it has affected her life. [12:52] She talks about why she chose the word possibility. [16:35] Our journey isn’t linear. It loops back on itself. [17:52] Jill shares where you can find her. [19:21] Thank you for being on the show!   Links and Resources Find Jill: Jill Griffin Coaching The Career Refresh Podcast Instagram | Facebook | YouTube | LinkedIn   3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT A LOW COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book,Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Sit with me in my Slack Channel.  Schedule a call with Errin HERE Wanna be on this podcast: Schedule HERE Email Errin HERE
October 18, 2021 by Doctor Me First Podcast

How to Create Endless Momentum in Your Business

Tune in this week to discover how to create an unstoppable business. This is what I’ve done with EntreMD, and by the end of this episode, hopefully, you’ll find just the thing that will drive you forward. I’m giving you examples from myself and my clients so you can develop your own mission-driven business that will serve you and the world for years to come. Get full show notes and more information here:
October 18, 2021 by The EntreMD Podcast

Newsday – Apple’s Mis-steps and CyberSecurity Mortality Risk with Chris Logan

October 18, 2021: Chris Logan, Senior Vice President and Chief Security Officer at Censinet joins Bill for the news. Ransomware impacts patient care in more ways than one. A new report shows it also increases mortality rates. A healthcare leader urges systems to adopt NIST cybersecurity standards. Best Buy acquires Current Health. Apple employees lash out. And what will it take to maintain the accelerated pace of innovation post-pandemic?Key Points:00:00:00 - Intro00:03:45 - The perimeter in healthcare has been completely shattered00:30:00 - Bringing quality healthcare into the home has become an important part of the healthcare system often allowing patients better quality of life00:31:30 - Remote patient monitoring took off during the pandemic. Where does this go and what implications does it have on healthcare?CensinetStories:Ransomware attacks impact patient care, including increased mortality rates, report finds - Fierce HealthcareAdopt NIST cybersecurity standards, health care leader urges - SC MediaWhat it will take to maintain the accelerated pace of innovation in health care post-pandemic - Health Evolution Best Buy to acquire Current Health to help make home the center of health - Best BuyApple Employees Say Backlash and Confusion Hurt Health Projects - Business Insider
October 18, 2021 by This Week In Health IT

How 9/11 Inspired Her to Become an Ophthalmologist: Dr. Thandi Myeni

Now is a great time to start a podcast!  Check out the free podcast launch masterclass I created to learn how: ___________________ Thandeka Myeni MD MPH, affectionately known as “Dr. Thandi”, wears many hats. She is a mom, eye surgeon, bounce back-ologist, soldier, speaker, entrepreneur, author, and coach. She helps to improve both eyesight and insight. Her mission is to transform lives by helping people improve their vision(s), as she empowers them to: live in their purpose; discover their power; and master their emotions.     Learn more about Dr. Thandi here: __________________ Hello Fearless Freedom tribe!  Thank you for joining me this week. This was a fantastic episode to record… even the part where I step on my soapbox for a bit and give you some real talk about what it’s been like in the ER during Covid.   It was interesting to learn how Dr. Thandi went from working at M&M Mars to signing up for medical school to serve others in a greater and different way, which was influenced by her experiences in 9/11. Also quite fascinating is the path the Tony Robbins Netflix documentary sent her down to become a coach. We took a good look at burnout, a topic you all know is so important to me given my own experiences with burnout and becoming a burnout thriver!  ___________________ Have you taken the time to check out these amazing podcasts yet?  If not, maybe today is the day you do that.   These podcasts were launched by some phenomenal women who participated in my course, the Podcasting Launch Course for Professionals.  It was such a privilege to witness this process as they brought their podcast visions to life.  I’m so proud of each of them.   The Single Well Podcast (Formerly Pivot & Bloom)   The Drama-Free Workplace with Patti Perez   Living at Your Finest   Ignite Your PowHer ___________________ RESOURCES: Looking to start a podcast? Now is a great time to do just that!  Check out the free podcast launch masterclass I created to see if starting a podcast is a match for you.  Are you too busy to participate in a facilitated course but still want to get your show started? The Podcast in a Box is for you! You provide the audio for your first 5 five shows to launch with a bang, we do the REST. Are you a podcast host or have the desire to be a podcast guest?  You will want to check out PodMatch, a free service that automatically matches podcast guests and hosts together for interviews.  Here’s my invite link:   Get off the fear fence today. Your tribe is waiting to hear your voice! ___________________
October 17, 2021 by Fearless Freedom with Dr. G

A story of a physician photojournalist

"Her face is decorated in colors of the earth. With events on Earth Day and throughout the week, New York City celebrates sustainability and ways to live in harmony with the planet. Scheduled festivities include a march down Broadway with a mix of virtual talks and celebrations and in-person walks and volunteer opportunities across the boroughs. Earth Day began in 1970 as a way to raise awareness about environmental issues and became a global event in 1990; the event has been celebrated in parks across the city since 2000." Glenn Mark Losack is a psychiatrist and author of The Bonds We Share: Images of Humanity, 40 Years Around the Globe. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "A physician shares images of humanity." ( This episode is sponsored by Tradeoffs, available on your favorite podcast platform.
October 17, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

When celebrities attack children with food allergies

"A child is born with a food allergy. They do not choose to have their immune system compromised. Parents do not get the choice to opt-in or out of having their child’s body recognize ordinary food as a threat. Food allergies are a unique disease in that we need the help of those around us to keep our children safe. Let us remember that children, especially when they are young, often cannot protect themselves. A young child also may not truly understand the potential danger of sharing food with a friend. This is why food allergy education is critical for both teaching staff and students. But such education is often lacking." Lianne Mandelbaum is founder, the No Nut Traveler, and can be reached on Twitter @nonuttraveler. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "When celebrities attack children with food allergies." ( This episode is sponsored by Tradeoffs, available on your favorite podcast platform.
October 16, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

58: Prescribing Technology & Social Media

People newly diagnosed and living with chronic conditions increasingly turn to technology, the internet and social media seeking information and education, to share clinical information and the latest research, to receive and provide support, and to share solutions and resources. In the spirit of “meeting people where they are,” clinicians are following and joining patients in these social spaces, learning a lot -- and together -- are improving health. In this episode we hear how Nurse Practitioner Michelle Litchman, PhD, FNP-BC, FAANP, FADCES, FAAN practices and innovates at the intersection of diabetes, digital health, and disparities. Searching digital spaces, online resources and communities she discovers the specific needs and pain points that patients and families are experiencing. Her work to better assess and address the many dimensions of access and accessibility led to an awareness and understanding of why people with diabetes are foregoing basic needs and taking part in "life exchanges'' of trading of insulin and medical supplies just to stay healthy, and to the subsequent passage of legislation offering an important lifeline to those who depend on insulin to survive. In her research and innovation, she shares the value of collaborating with citizen scientists so the patients’ story and experience are reflected in the research, policies, and solutions. Email us at [email protected] For additional resources, visit our website at
October 15, 2021 by See You Now

Israel: How are the Government, Hospitals and HMOs working together?

End of August Days of eHealth were organised as part of the Slovenian Presidency to the Council of EU. In four days a lot of insight was offered about healthcare digitalization in Catalonia, Germany, Portugal, Slovenia, Israel and Finland. In the previous episodes, I published the panel discussions about Germany and Catalonia. This is the panel about Israel.    Israel has had electronic healthcare records for two decades, in 2018. A country of 9 million people, attributes 7,5% of its GDP to healthcare and is home to roughly 1,500 companies operating in the healthcare and life sciences. In the panel discussion you will learn about the national digital health strategy in Israel, how to Health Maintainance Organisations, Government, and Hospitals collaborating to advance healthcare. You will also learn a little bit more about Slovenia with two representatives of the Slovenian healthcare ecosystem.   The speakers:  Esti Shelly, Director, Digital Health at Ministry of Health Israel Michael Halberthal, General Director of Rambam Health Care Campus Noa Kedem, Deputy Director, Digital health unit (Medical Informatics) at Maccabi Health Services   Jurij Šorli, CEO of the Hospital Topolšica (Slovenia) Bogdan Tušar, Acting Director General, Directorate for the Development of the Health System, Ministry of Health, Slovenia Recap of roundtables at Days of eHealth: Website: The European Patient Forum’s Congress happening during 26-29 October:
October 15, 2021 by Faces of Digital Health

Taking the CDC's Diabetes Prevention Program digital — with Laurence Girard

The CDC's Diabetes Prevention Program is one of the first lifestyle and behavior-based interventions to be proven, in a large clinical study, to be more effective than a comparable drug (in this case metformin). Digital implementations can make the DPP more accessible and more scalable, and a number of digital health companies have been tackling this for the last few years.Fruit Street Health is one of those companies and its CEO Laurence Girard joins host Jonah Comstock on today's HIMSSCast to discuss the challenges, opportunities, and successes his company has had in this space.Talking points:A brief history of the CDC Diabetes Prevention ProgramWhy Fruit Street and others are taking the DPP digitalChallenges and opportunities of virtual DPP implementationOngoing reimbursement challenges with Medicare and MedicaidAdvantages of group-based programs via video chatsQuestions and misconceptions about scalabilityMaking sure pre-diabetes interventions work for everyoneCultural food expectations and combatting food deserts, both through partnershipsDirect-to-consumer DPP outreachAre DPP programs (in-person and virtual) making a dent in the problem?More about this episode:Fruit Street to deliver CDC's National Diabetes Prevention Program through live video classesFruit Street Health raises $3 million in doctors-only roundUK passes on Apple, Google's Bluetooth contact tracing tool, Fruit Street Health launches COVID-19 telemedicine platform and more digital health news briefsAHIP, CDC to partner on diabetes preventionMedicare to reimburse for Diabetes Prevention Program, including Omada's digital versionDiabetes Prevention Program under the Affordable Care Act is working, HHS Secretary Burwell saysAmerican Medical Association pushes public, private health plans to cover National Diabetes Prevention ProgramCMS calls for extending Diabetes Prevention Program into Medicare, proposes new doc fees to boost chronic care
October 15, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Top Stories for 10/15

Medicare Advantage star ratings released; Security firm raises FIN12 ransomware attack concerns. Plus: Withings receivesan FDA clearance for Scan Watch’s ECG and SpO2 monitoring features .Links to the stories:See the rankings: More than 70 health plans earned 5 stars in Medicare Advantage star ratingsCyber experts warn of 'aggressive' threat actor targeting healthcareWithings scores FDA clearance for smartwatch ECG and SpO2 monitoring
October 15, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Patient complaints have psychological repercussions

"I believe there is an art to medicine, a psychological connection to your patients through a hands-on patient encounter. There are nuances AI may take decades to compete with. For now, in my lifetime, I hope that people examine patients and when there are questions about the quality of care, institutions perform a deeper dive into the real problem. (Was it the overall experience, a poor relationship with the doctor, financial stress that would be assumed by paying the medical bill, or actual malpractice?) Without support from our employers, physicians will continue to feel the accumulation of burnout and insecurity that leads to emotional duress, leaving medical practice or the worst outcome: physician suicide. We are not machines. The burden cost is evident, but when will the medical community, investors, and hospital administrators begin to truly support physicians and prevent these terrible outcomes?" Gina Ambrose is an emergency physician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "The psychological repercussions of patient complaints." ( This episode is sponsored by Tradeoffs, available on your favorite podcast platform.
October 15, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Zoning Policy is Health Policy

The downstream effects of exclusionary, low-density residential zoning on health and health equity should make scholars and policy makers focus on reforming zoning to make housing more plentiful and affordable in healthy neighborhoods.Michael Lens, associate professor of Urban Planning and Public Policy and associate faculty director of the Lewis Center for Regional Policy Studies at the University of California Los Angeles, recently shared his perspective on the topic in a Health Policy Brief published last month.On today's episode of Health Affairs This Week, Lens joins Health Affairs Deputy Editor of Special Content Rob Lott to discuss his research and how low-density zoning relates to health and health equity.Related Links: Low-Density Zoning, Health, and Health Equity (Health Affairs) Eviction And Health: A Vicious Cycle Exacerbated By A Pandemic (Health Affairs) Gentrification And The Health Of Legacy Residents (Health Affairs) To Stem The Spread of COVID-19, Address The Challenges Of Crowded Housing (Health Affairs Blog) Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castro | Stitcher | Deezer | Overcast
October 15, 2021 by Health Affairs This Week

A CIO/CTO Conversation on Development, Information Blocking and Call Centers

October 15, 2021: Charles Boicey, CTO for Clearsense talks call centers, development, data science and information blocking with Bill. We need call centers to support so many parts of our conversation with the patient but they are not optimal. What is possible? What are the best practices? Where do development projects go off the rails? How do you manage outsource development partners? And where do we start with app development? How are we going to manage the information blocking rule? Is there any way to ensure our patients that the PHAs that connect to our EHR and request data on their behalf are safe?Key Points:NLP - Natural Language Processing and NLU - Natural Language Understanding [00:06:15] It's really important that you future-proof your assets [00:11:15] Development projects go off the rails initially when whatever we've conceived isn't in alignment with the board [00:18:38] What does low-code no-code look like? [00:23:16] Too much black boxing is going to hurt healthcare [00:34:25] Clearsense
October 15, 2021 by This Week In Health IT

How Consumer Data and Activation Will Drive Future Profitability in Healthcare

Leaders from Humana, ProMedica, Health Plan of San Mateo, Alliance of Community Health Plans and Insignia Health share case studies and best practices for leveraging health data to drive consumer activation, improve health outcomes and reduce costs. Topics include: Using AI, machine learning and language processing to drive more effective communication and activation Engaging providers in consumer activation and engagement Measuring ROI of data investments Utilizing social needs data to engage consumers in underserved communities
October 15, 2021 by Bright Spots in Healthcare

Compassion Fatigue and the Soul of Caregiving | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 344

On episode 344 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Dr. Edward Smink regarding the revised edition of his seminal book, "The Soul of Caregiving", and its focus on the cultural taboos that prevent caregivers from seeking self-care, and an essential task of our time in the face of existential crises like the Covid-19 pandemic: overcoming compassion fatigue.
October 15, 2021 by The Nurse Keith Show

Blake Mandell, Co-founder and President of Transcend Therapeutics

In this Outcomes Rocket Pharma episode, we are privileged to host the outstanding Blake Mandell, co-founder and President of Transcend Therapeutics which discovers, develops, and delivers next-generation medicines to work towards a world in which people no longer suffer from the neuropsychiatric disease. Blake discusses how his company Carly explains how her work has an opportunity to improve patient experience on many levels. She highlights some of the changes happening in terms of patient care in the pharma space like the move towards holistic, patient-centered care and partnerships with innovation organizations to meet customer needs. She also talks about some of the programs of Moda Health in supporting communities, therapeutic advancements made, the biggest challenges facing the pharma industry, and more. This is a great conversation on patient-centric care in the Pharma space, so please tune in!
October 14, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket
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