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Interview in Action @ HIMSS ’23 – Drex DeFord & Todd Felker, Crowdstrike

June 8: Today on the Conference channel, it’s an Interview in Action live from HIMSS 2023 with Drex Deford, Executive Healthcare Strategist and Todd Felker, Executive Healthcare Strategist at CrowdStrike. What is CrowdStrike's approach to resiliency and how does their One Ten Sixty model contribute to it? How does CrowdStrike utilize the concept of a "crowd" to enhance its threat detection and response capabilities? How does CrowdStrike assist organizations during mergers and acquisitions to ensure their security posture remains strong and doesn't suffer?Join us on June 8 at 1PM ET for our webinar: 'The Future of Care Spaces' This webinar will focus on the latest healthcare technologies and solutions transforming care spaces in America. Care spaces can include hospitals, clinics, and at-home treatments where advanced technologies can enable better workflows, treatments, and patient outcomes. Register Here: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer

3 Graduate Interview Question Types You Need to Know – Grad Nurse Success Series

Embarking on a nursing career can be both exciting and nerve-wracking, especially when it comes to acing your interviews. The interview process often involves a wide range of questions, leaving many graduate nurses feeling overwhelmed and unsure of how to respond effectively.In this episode of the Graduate Nurse Success Series podcast, I dive into the three different types of questions that you can expect during your interview, providing valuable insights to help you prepare and succeed.If you're seeking comprehensive guidance on these interview techniques and want to delve deeper into mastering the art of interviewing as a graduate nurse, consider joining the Graduate Career Launch Program (GCLP). The GCLP offers invaluable resources and personalized support to help you succeed in securing your desired graduate nursing position. Don't wait until the last minute—invest in your future and take the next step toward achieving your career goals.Key takeaways:03:32 - The List-Style Questions04:51 - Behavioral STAR-Based Questions08:36 - Hypothetical Scenario QuestionsWant to land your graduate nursing role with ease?Join our Graduate Career Launch Program today and SAVE $$ and claim your limited time bonuses and guarantees!Going it alone?You must explore our graduate nurse career hub
June 7, 2023 by High Performance Nursing

CTJ: Mind, Tech, and Care Revolutionizing Healthcare with Nisha Maharaja, Director of Twill’s Government Programs

Understanding the problem to solve is the key to unlocking healthcare solutions.  In this episode, Nisha Maharaja talks about the impact of innovation, policy work, and proactive interventions in healthcare when there is a clear understanding of the problems. Nisha shares her experiences in healthcare and non-emergency medical transportation, and how, in her current role at Twill, she’s addressing mental health with technology, gamification, and AI with a holistic approach. Tune in and learn from Nisha about technology innovation for better healthcare and mental health access! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
June 7, 2023 by Outcomes Rocket

Evidence of Impact in Decentralized Trials

2023-04-21 Join us to hear from DTRA Initiative Leaders Caroline Redeker (Advanced Clinical) and Naveen Goje (ZS) on the great work their team did to gather evidence of impact of DCTs into a data repository to promote education and adoption. Amir Kalali and Jane Myles joined for the conversation.You can find the full data repository and report here.Follow the Decentralized Trials & Research Alliance (DTRA) on LinkedIn and Twitter. Learn more about Membership and our work at

Finland: Room for Improvement in Public-Private Partnerships

In this episode, we’re diving in the Finish ecosysyem. What makes Finland repeatedly achieve the rank of the happiest country globally? In this episode, you will hear from Päivi Sillanaukee, Special Envoy for Health and Wellbeing at the Ministry for Social Affairs and Health. Until recently, Paivi was  Ambassador for Health at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Paivi has a strong presence in the international community, She is the co-chair of the Alliance for Health Security Cooperation (AHSC), a member of the Steering Group of the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA), and a member of Health Advisory Board of the UN Technology Innovation Lab (UNTIL) Finland.   We discussed the ecosystem in Finland, why should Ministries for foreign affairs care about healthcare, and where does Finland have room for improvement in healthcare digitalization.  Website: Newsletter:
June 7, 2023 by Faces of Digital Health

NEJM This Week — June 8, 2023

Featuring articles on outcomes with donor hearts after circulatory death, treatment of gestational diabetes in early pregnancy, and anti-PD1 therapy plus chemotherapy in endometrial cancer; a review article on posterior reversible encephalopathy syndrome; a case report of a woman with fatigue and eosinophilia; and Perspective articles on moving toward comprehensive care for long Covid, on workplace accommodations for long Covid, and on over-the-counter hearing aids. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 388, No. 23.

Episode 45: The Domino Effect of Trauma in Parenting with Dr. Robyn Koslowitz

Join Dr. Amy & Dr. Robyn Koslowitz as she shares her experience and rich work with families in healing trauma. Robyn is brilliant, funny & compassionate. We had such a wonderful discussion about the important work of healing intergenerational trauma and ways to work with families in a way that honors their stories. Dr. Koslowitz received her PhD in Clinical Child Psychology from New York University in 2009 & has been a school psychologist since 2002. She's a frequent media contributor who has appeared on FOX, CNN, NewsNation and other shows. Her clinical work is conducted through The Center for Psychological Growth in New Jersey. She's also the host of The Post Traumatic Parenting Podcast. RESOURCES Dr. Amy's Provider Newsletter Provider Lounge Membership Dr. Amy Youtube FREE DOWNLOADS Provider Lounge Virtual Meeting Freebie Start Creating Boundaries Handout & Script Guide To Creating Cultures of Trust At Work Finding Calm to Prevent Overwhelm Don’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram For more information visit 

Building Strong Business Relationships with Sabrina Runbeck Ep 54

In this episode, we delve into the significance of cultivating robust partnerships and nurturing relationships in the world of business. Drawing inspiration from the success story of Airbnb's founders and highlighting how a clear vision and strategic approach helped them secure funding and forge valuable alliances. We’ll also discuss the importance of selecting the right partners who align with your vision and can contribute to your goals, rather than pursuing a wide network or leveraging other people's audiences. Overall, this episode will shed light on the significance of finding the right partners and nurturing strong relationships in business. By prioritizing alignment, value creation, and genuine interest in partners' endeavors, businesses can establish and maintain fruitful alliances that contribute to their overall success. Episode Timeline: [00:01:33] - The Airbnb Story  [00:05:29] - Securing the Right Partnership [00:09:05] - Finding the Ideal Persona  [00:14:58] - Strengthening and Selecting the Right Partnership  [00:22:08] - Maintaining Strong Relationships with Investors [00:26:18] - Nurturing Business Relationships [00:27:44] - Building and maintaining relationships  [00:29:00] - Driving progress as a changemaker  Links and Mentions: Airbnb: Listen 🔊to this episode now and Subscribe 🔔 to the Provider’s Edge to never miss an episode❗ 🎧 🎧 We love to hear your feedback. Send me your stories or questions here: We are here to support you, so let us know how we can further uplevel your success!
June 7, 2023 by The Provider’s Edge

Physician employment contracts: the key to fighting burnout and improving working conditions

Join us on this insightful podcast episode as we delve into the pressing issue of physician burnout and the challenges physicians face in their careers. Our guest, Dennis Hursh, a veteran attorney with over 40 years of experience in health law, sheds light on the topic. We discuss the impact of overwork and stress on physicians, the need for balance between patient contact hours and administrative duties, and potential solutions to alleviate the burden. Don't miss this engaging conversation as we explore ways to address physician burnout and improve working conditions. Dennis Hursh is a veteran attorney with over 40 years of experience in health law. He is founder, Physician Agreements Health Law, which offers a fixed fee review of physician employment agreements to protect physicians in one of the biggest transactions of their careers. He can also be reached on Facebook and LinkedIn. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "A tiny step to reduce physician burnout." The Podcast by KevinMD is brought to you by the Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience. Ambient intelligence augments human capabilities to make our lives easier. The applications are many, especially in health care. Ambient clinical intelligence is offsetting the most pressing challenges in health care today, such as burnout, physician shortages, physician and patient dissatisfaction, and underperforming financial outcomes, by applying the technology to clinical documentation.  The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, utilizes artificial intelligence and natural language processing to automatically document care. It securely listens to and captures the natural, clinician-patient encounter conversation unobtrusively, and turns that conversation into a clinical note for the clinician's review and signature directly in the electronic health record. You just talk naturally, and DAX does the rest.  DAX is being used by thousands of physicians across 30 different specialties nationwide. It has already won the Silver Stevie award in the health care technology category and was ranked #1 for improving clinician experience in KLAS's top 20 emerging solutions. VISIT SPONSOR → SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → Powered by CMEfy.
June 7, 2023 by The Podcast by KevinMD

DOCSF 2023: DOCSF Venture Summary

We are delighted to welcome back Nancy Lynch to our show, where she will be sharing insights on investment and innovation in the MSK (musculoskeletal) space.Nancy highlights that a significant portion of recent investments has been directed towards ortho-facilitated ancillary technologies, with an impressive 75% of these investments being AI-based. She also addresses the impact of the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank on startup financing, emphasizing that it is relatively inconsequential compared to other factors. Venture capitalists are now adopting a more discerning approach to new investments, prioritizing solid business models. Moreover, the prolonged period of uncertainty, global and political issues, market volatility, and the looming possibility of a recession are presenting formidable challenges for startups.Tune in to gain valuable insights and recommendations for navigating the potential upcoming period of consolidation and challenges in the world of venture capital.

Episode 28 – Retd. Col. Kim ‘KC’ Campbell

Kim ‘KC’ Campbell is a keynote speaker, leadership expert, bestselling author, former fighter pilot, retired USAF Colonel, and wife and mom to two boys.Kim knew, starting all the way back in middle school when a teacher told her “It’s good enough for a girl”, that she didn’t want to be just “good enough” at anything. At the time, the career path she planned to take (a fighter pilot) had limits for women and she knew it'd be a tough road to get there – but thankfully she had that fire lit under her that guided her exactly where she was meant to be, a powerhouse woman in a male dominated industry who earned herself the nickname "Killer Chick."Now Kim Campbell is a retired US Air Force Colonel who served in the Air Force for over 24 years as a fighter pilot and senior military leader. She has flown 1,800 hours in the A-10 Warthog, including more than 100 combat missions protecting troops on the ground in both Iraq and Afghanistan. In 2003, Kim was awarded the Distinguished Flying Cross for Heroism after successfully recovering her battle-damaged airplane after an intense close air support mission in Baghdad.As a senior military leader, Kim has led hundreds of Airmen and women, both at home and abroad in deployed locations, and enabled them to succeed in their missions. She has experience leading complex organizations and driving cultural change. Kim knows what it takes to be a successful leader, to inspire and empower high performance teams to achieve success. Kim is passionate about leadership and feels strongly that leaders earn trust by leading with courage and connecting with their team.Additionally, Kim is a recently-published author, whose book, ‘Flying in the Face of Fear: A Fighter Pilot’s Lessons on Leading with Courage’ has had rave reviews including this one by Dan Clark, Hall of Fame speaker and author of ‘The Art of Significance’, who wrote “This is a must-read motivational masterpiece and behavioural bible for every entrepreneur, business owner, corporate executive, sports team coach, military leader and civic influencer in the world.”In this episode, Kim and I chat 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.Kim’s website is and her LinkedIn profile URL is – she can be contacted directly via either of these platforms.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.com has co-written a new online course entitled ‘How to be Assertive, Maintain Boundaries, and Say “No!”‘ which can be accessed instantly here for only £55/$66:
June 7, 2023 by Inspiring Women Leaders

Interview in Action @ HIMSS ’23 – Jared Antczak, CDO, Sanford Health

June 7: Today on the Conference channel, it’s an Interview in Action live from HIMSS 2023 with Jared Antczak, CDO at Sanford Health. How can healthcare providers redefine the healthcare experience to meet the expectations and needs of consumers, patients, and caregivers in a profound way? What are the main barriers and challenges in creating a great digital experience? In what ways can technology and home-based healthcare solutions be leveraged to create more touch points with individuals in the community, allowing for better monitoring of health and proactive care?Join us on June 8 at 1PM ET for our webinar: 'The Future of Care Spaces' This webinar will focus on the latest healthcare technologies and solutions transforming care spaces in America. Care spaces can include hospitals, clinics, and at-home treatments where advanced technologies can enable better workflows, treatments, and patient outcomes. Register Here: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer

#204: Creating a Better Healthcare Culture through Improv featuring Cory Jenks

In this podcast, we talk with our special guest Cory Jenks about creating a better healthcare culture through improv. Cory earned his doctor of pharmacy degree from the University of South Carolina in 2011. Since then, he has practiced as a retail pharmacist, outpatient clinical pharmacist, and inpatient clinical pharmacist. He currently practices as an Ambulatory Care Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, where he applies his passion for lifestyle interventions in the management of chronic disease. He is also an accomplished improv comedian, having started his comedy journey in 2013, where he coached, taught, and performed improv for thousands of people. He authored the book Permission to Care: Building a Healthcare Culture that Thrives in Chaos where he shares how to integrate improv principles into your clinical and leadership practices. In this podcast, we talk about how Cory got interested in improv comedy and how it helped him connect with his patients and create a more adaptable, empathetic, and humanizing healthcare experience. We also talk about how improv can help healthcare leaders to become more resilient and some improv takeaways that healthcare leaders can start using today. For full show notes and links, visit: If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:

WBL Series with Sara Ratner and Sarah Richardson: Leaders with Purpose || EP. 124

Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Women Sara Ratner and Sarah Richardson at the WBL (Women Business Leaders of the U.S. Health Care Industry Foundation) Annual Summit. These senior executives give us ...

#52, Accelerating Clinical Trials & Making Research More Accessible: Darcy Forman, Chief Delivery Officer of Science 37

Learn how Science 37 is revolutionizing clinical trials in this episode with their Chief Delivery Officer, Darcy Forman. Hear about the pioneering technologies they're using to deliver trials directly to patients' homes.
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