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Clean Hands, Safe Hands with Chris Hermann, Founder and CEO at Clean Hands – Safe Hands

While handwashing has always been part of basic hygiene, never has it been more emphasized than these days when we are experiencing COVID-19. In this podcast, we are excited to host Dr. Chris Hermann, the Founder, and CEO of Clean Hands – Safe Hands (CHSH). He discusses the innovation CHSH is doing to transform the hand hygiene practice. He also talks of the clinical and financial impact of CHSH's incredible technology. Dr. Hermann shares anecdotes, insights as an engineer and physician, and the importance of bridging engineering and medicine. If you're looking for a way to reduce infection in your hospital, this is a podcast you need to listen to! https://outcomesrocket.health/cleanhands/2020/10/
October 21, 2020 by Outcomes Rocket

Laurie McGraw, Senior Vice President of Health Solutions at the American Medical Association #2

This episode features Laurie McGraw, Senior Vice President of Health Solutions at the American Medical Association. Here, she discusses her best advice for emerging female leaders, the importance for leaders to reach outside their comfort zone, and more.
October 21, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

National Patient Safety Awareness Week, YOTNM Series, Episode 3

Patient safety has always been top of mind in health and given the current environment even more so now. Listen as Kathleen McGrow, DNP, CNIO, RN, MS discusses how technology has a significant role in patient safety now and in the future. Transcript and Video
October 21, 2020 by Confessions of Health Geeks

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Mara Aspinall | Session 25

It is now well proven that accurate diagnoses help prevent the spread of COVID-19, but there is still much work needed in this arena to help battle this deadly virus. In this episode, we have Diagnostics Evangelist Mara Aspinall with us to more deeply share the vital role of diagnostics and their power to help us overcome this crisis.  Mara is a pioneering healthcare industry leader and is the Managing Director of BlueStone Venture Partners, a venture fund investing in life science technology companies, and the Co-founder of the Biomedical Diagnostics Program at Arizona State University. During our time together, Mara highlights the significance of diagnosis and testing and how she helps lead the Arizona State University's COVID-19 Diagnostics Commons' critical efforts, in conjunction with the Rockefeller Foundation, which is helping to empower many global organizations to work together to overcome this public health catastrophe.   Episode Highlights: Diagnostics in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic Overview of ASU’s COVID-19 Diagnostics Commons The partnership between Arizona State University and the Rockefeller Foundation COVID-19 Diagnostics Commons resources, including their new T3 Blog About Our Guest: Aspinall is a healthcare industry leader and pioneer committed to active civic involvement. She is Managing Director and Co-Founder of BlueStone Venture Partners, a venture fund investing in life sciences technology companies in the US Southwest. She is also Managing Director of the Health Catalysts Group, a consulting firm dedicated to the growth of diagnostics and health information technology firms, publishing the popular Health Catalysts Diagnostics Year in Review. She is a member of the Board of Directors of Abcam plc (ABC), Allscripts (MDRX), Castle Biosciences (CSTL), Orasure (OSUR), and Blue Cross Blue Shield Arizona. Most recently, Aspinall was certified in Cybersecurity Oversight from Carnegie Mellon University. Aspinall is co-author of The Rockefeller Foundation National COVID-19 National Testing & Contact Tracing Action Plan and curator for TestingCommons.com – the most comprehensive database of COVID related tests on the market or in development worldwide.  As President and CEO of Ventana Medical Systems, a billion-dollar division of The Roche Group, (now Roche Tissue Diagnostics) Aspinall led her world-class team to new financial success, more than two dozen major instrument and assay launches as well as global leadership in companion diagnostics.  Previously, Aspinall spent 13 years at Genzyme Corporation where she served as President of Genzyme Genetics and Genzyme Pharmaceuticals. Genzyme Genetics was a leading provider of diagnostic testing and genetic counseling in the oncology and reproductive markets. Aspinall transformed the business from a small specialized player to one of the top five laboratories in the country while setting the industry standard for quality testing. The business was sold to LabCorp for nearly $1billion. Previously, she led Genzyme Pharmaceuticals and its transformation to an international leader in specialized pharmaceutical ingredient manufacturing.  A leader in educating payers and policymakers on personalized medicine, she served on the Health and Human Services Secretary’s Advisory Council on Genetics, Health & Society (SACGHS) in the Obama and Bush administrations. With a passion for education about the importance of diagnostics in healthcare, Aspinall co-founded the Biomedical Diagnostics program at Arizona State University, the first and only program dedicated to Diagnostics as an independent discipline. ASU awarded their first Master degrees in Diagnostics in 2015 and has 100 students matriculating this year.  Aspinall was named Arizona Biosciences Leader of the Year by the Arizona Biotechnology Association and one of “100 Most Inspiring People in Life Sciences” by PharmaVOICE magazine and one of...

098: Nkem Osian on Uterine Fibroids, IPV, and HIV/AIDS Advocacy

Nkem Osian is a Public Health Analyst at the United States Department of Health and Human Services, where she analyzes and monitors Ryan White HIV/AIDS Programs in Los Angeles County. In this role, she ensures the uninsured, underinsured, and vulnerable individuals with HIV have access to optimal, life-saving treatment and care. In addition, Nkem is a patient advocate and member of the board of The White Dress Project (WDP), an organization focused on raising national awareness about the uterine fibroid epidemic and in filling the gaps in care, education, and research in the field. She herself lives with uterine fibroids, and shares her story to help break down the walls of silence that surround this common — and commonly unknown — gynecological condition. Tune in as Nkem shares: that she was first diagnosed with uterine fibroids in 2015 because of excessive bleeding and clots that she normalized her body’s gynecological dysfunction until she was entirely unable to function at all that she developed cardiomegaly (enlarged heart) to compensate for the lack of blood in her body caused by uterine fibroids that she has yet to have fibroid surgery because of (not unreasonable) fears about the process that she has been prescribed various forms of birth control to manage her bleeding that BC is masking her symptoms and not treating the root cause, but she’s been working through her own fears about fibroid surgery her concerns about fertility in relation to the presence of her fibroids that she didn’t know how to effectively advocate for herself until she became a member of The White Dress Project that she felt immense shame about her diagnosis until she made a friend who showed compassion and encouraged her to seek further care (and yes, people who work at HHS can indeed feel timid about their own health!) that based on her research, individuals living with HIV are more likely to be victims of intimate partner violence (IPV)…and those living with intimate partner violence are more likely to contract HIV the importance of community in patient advocacy — and how this work can strengthen our humanity how collective action can make a difference how fibroids have affected her relationships and experiences from whence she draws her strength why your relationship with your healthcare providers should be a partnership in your care
October 21, 2020 by Uninvisible Pod

Erin Gadhavi

Erin Gadhavi, Senior Vice President of Strategy and Initiatives for CareCredit, by Synchrony dives into the need for upfront cost transparency for better care.
October 21, 2020 by HIT Like a Girl

Telehealth is the future but it is obscured by a dismal present

"Will the unfavorable regulatory environment permit telehealth to flourish? Perforce we’re beginning to see a relaxation of restrictions that have hitherto obstructed progress.  Recently, federal officials approved interstate licensing, thereby prompting greater telehealth conversion, utilization, and expansion. Medicare’s 1135 Waiver is also encouraging, and, in as much as it serves the same ends, the Drug Enforcement Administration’s leave to prescribe via telemedicine without a prior in-person meeting is a  similarly promising development. In light of circumstances, anything that might reduce cost, improve delivery, and wrest control from bloated, dysfunctional health care systems is viable." David Hanekom is an internal medicine physician. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Telehealth is the future but it is obscured by a dismal present." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/07/telehealth-is-the-future-but-it-is-obscured-by-a-dismal-present.html)
October 21, 2020 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Ep 19 – Money Chaos to Calm with Annie Book

Annie Book is a Money Empowerment Coach for Women. She has been in the Financial Industry for over 15 years helping women to create a secure & supportive money plan. Annie quickly discovered a common pattern: Female Physicians & Professional Women, who were successful in their careers, often struggled with their personal finances. She wanted to know why this was occurring.She dug into research, interviewed women across the country asking the real questions digging deeper. She found that regardless of circumstances, women felt similar about money and how it fits in their life. During stressful life transitions such as; divorce, loss of loved one, retirement or shifts within a career they felt like everything was out of control, they doubted their financial abilities, and they were missing the right supportive money plan.To Connect with Annie:[email protected]@anniebookcoaching.comGet Annie’s FREE Healthy Money Workshop: Text "7 Secretes" to 33777Thank 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 oniTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better!This episode has been selected from our last online summit for healthcare professionals empowerment with an aim to support the families of our fallen front line workers.May I ask you, are You One of the Busiest People You Know?Is your day filled with Jam-packed clinic days, discussing research projects with other colleagues, or endless meetings that don't always have a solution?You’d probably love to unload a thing or two off your plate, get things done faster with more efficiency, and I think I can help! Learn from 21 incredible experts who will show you how to:✔️ Build a legacy for your family with simple and real constructive methods✔️ Become a leader and a team member that your organization cannot afford to lose✔️ Feel good and look good so you can give the best of you, not what left you, to your patients and loved onesAnd so much more.This bundle is created to not only empower you as you overcome the current personal and environmental stress but also to support families of our fallen healthcare professionals who have passed away due to COVID19.To grab your Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professional Virtual Summit 2020 Donation Bundle, go to SabrinaRunbeck.com/SummitBundle ADDITIONAL RESOURCES Have a topic or question you'd like to see covered on the show? Send an email to [email protected] or message Sabrina on Instagram, Facebook, or LinkedIn @SabrinaRunbeck.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.Want to instantly restore your energy in 2 minutes?

CommonSpirit: Technology in Service to the Vulnerable

October 21, 2020: Today’s focus is on caring for the vulnerable. CommonSpirit and Docent Health’s program to help underserved communities will have you at hello. Are we talking client-facing technology? Are we putting something on a phone? Are we...
October 21, 2020 by This Week In Health IT

Physician Burnout and the Federation of State Medical Boards

These times of pandemic have exacerbated the long-standing problem of physician burnout.  On this episode of SoundPractice we will speak with Humayun “Hank” Chaudhry, DO, MS, MACP, FRCP, MACOI, President and CEO of the Federation of State Medical Boards.  In addition to physician burnout, Dr. Chaudhry discusses continuing medical education, the Interstate Medical Licensing Compact, and highlights of the 2021 agenda for the FSMB.  Dr. Chaudhry’s practical information and presentation style make this a standout episode of SoundPractice. Humayun “Hank” Chaudhry, DO, MACP, MACOI President and CEO hchaudhry@fsmb.org https://www.fsmb.org/siteassets/advocacy/publications/fsmb-current-annual-report.pdf  
October 21, 2020 by SoundPractice Podcast

Kathy Bailey, President & CEO of Blue Ridge HealthCare

This episode features Kathy Bailey, President & CEO of Blue Ridge HealthCare. Here, she discusses her experience helping build a hospital, points of pride in the system, and more. Thank you to our sponsor, Coverys (https://coverys.com/focus). Copyrighted. Insurance products issued by Medical Professional Mutual Insurance Company and its subsidiaries. Boston, MA. In CA, transacting business as Coverys Insurance Company (CA# 6122-6).
October 20, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

InHealth CEO Harry Kim on Why Lifestyle Therapeutics are the Next Frontier in Health

Our lifestyle choices play a big role in affecting our overall health and, in today’s society, are largely unaddressed. Health coaching, or “Lifestyle Therapeutics,” can help people modify behavior, which can lead to a healthier future. In this Startup Health NOW episode, we talk about the idea of “lifestyle as medicine” with the CEO of InHealth, a startup that’s helping people change habits to fight diseases like type II diabetes and hypertension. 
October 20, 2020 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

Kensaku Kawamoto, Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at the University of Utah

This episode features Kensaku Kawamoto, Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at the University of Utah. Here, he discusses the principle priorities in his role, possible solutions to physician burnout, and more.
October 20, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

A millennial nurse leader talks innovation and the importance of soft skills

Nursing rising star and inaugural recipient of J&J’s Nurse Innovation Fellowship Charlene Platon shares her perspectives on leadership and innovation.
October 20, 2020 by The Handoff

Amy Wedeking Shannon, Chief Commercial Officer, Prima-Temp

Today, we are privileged to host Amy Shannon, the  Chief Commercial Officer at Prima-Temp. Prima-Temp is a medical technology company pioneering chronobiological healthcare for women. In this episode, Amy discusses how her company empowers women to make informed health care decisions. She talks about chronobiology and circadian biology and their impact on women's hormones, leveraging data and social community for better support for women's health journey, and she also introduced Priya, an innovative technology that tracks continuous core body temperature. She also shares insights on facing challenges as a company like shifting clinical trials, the democratization of healthcare, and more. Tune in for an amazing interview with Amy Shannon! https://outcomesrocket.health/primatemp/2020/10/
October 20, 2020 by Outcomes Rocket

Vericiguat and Praliciguat for HFpEF, Excess COVID-19 Mortality, Guideline for Care of Adults With Down Syndrome, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the October 20, 2020 issue
October 20, 2020 by JAMA Editor’s Summary

A Better Way to Predict the Fertility Window with Amy Wedeking Shannon, Chief Commercial Officer, Prima-Temp

Today, we are privileged to host Amy Shannon, the  Chief Commercial Officer at Prima-Temp. Prima-Temp is a medical technology company pioneering chronobiological healthcare for women. In this episode, Amy discusses how her company empowers women to make informed health care decisions. She talks about chronobiology and circadian biology and their impact on women's hormones, leveraging data and social community for better support for women's health journey, and she also introduced Priya, an innovative technology that tracks continuous core body temperature. She also shares insights on facing challenges as a company like shifting clinical trials, the democratization of healthcare, and more. Tune in for an amazing interview with Amy Shannon! https://outcomesrocket.health/primatemp/2020/10/
October 20, 2020 by Outcomes Rocket

10 minutes from the top with Dr. Paul MacKoul and Dr. Natalya Danilyants, Tower Surgical Partners

In this episode, Dr. Paul MacKoul and Dr. Natalya Danilyants share insights on the future of the ASC field, Laparoscopic-Assisted Myomectomys, and more.
October 20, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Allergies and Anaphylaxis

The topic of anaphylaxis is reviewed including its causes, management and potential complications by James T C Li, M.D., Ph.D., an allergist from the Division of Allergic Disease from the Mayo Clinic. Specific topics discussed include the following:Truths vs. myths regarding anaphylaxis Common manifestations and presentations of anaphylaxis Triggers which more commonly produce an anaphylactic reaction Anaphylaxis in patients without a history of allergies When to use antihistamines in treating an allergic reaction When and how to prescribe epinephrine in treating patients with a history of allergic reactions Issues related to epinephrine auto-injectors Natural history of allergies over time Developments in peanut allergies Management of an anaphylactic reaction Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd. 
October 20, 2020 by Mayo Clinic Talks

Can what you eat worsen your ADHD?

"Suzy was a bright and hardworking student. However, even though she was conscientious and generally cheery, her grades began to fall during her senior year, and she started to feel depressed. She also constantly had an upset stomach, which she had just accepted as a way of life. She’d had an ADHD diagnosis since she was younger, but while Ritalin had helped her focus on her work in the past, the effect seemed to be dwindling as she built up a tolerance. I noted that her diet seemed to have shifted toward more comfort food. Her meals were cereal with milk, a sandwich, pizza, or pasta. She was eating a lot of dairy and gluten, and it’s no coincidence that both of these dietary components can exacerbate the symptoms of ADHD." Uma Naidoo is a nutritional psychiatrist and author of This Is Your Brain on Food: An Indispensable Guide to the Surprising Foods that Fight Depression, Anxiety, PTSD, OCD, ADHD, and More. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Can what you eat worsen your ADHD?" (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/08/can-what-you-eat-worsen-your-adhd.html)
October 20, 2020 by The Podcast by KevinMD

News Day – Microsoft vs Russian Botnet in CyberWar and The Promise of Mobility in Healthcare

October 2020, 2020: Who's the most influential person in healthcare? Is it Judy? Fauci? Seema? And look out. Nasty Emotet malware is lurking. Is your health system ahead of the cyber terrorists? It’s not enough to just be defensive. Do cybersecurity...
October 20, 2020 by This Week In Health IT

Behind the Curtain: Administrative Burdens in Health Care

The behind-the-scenes, administrative business of health care is an enormously complex -- and enormously expensive -- part of our health care system. Why do these processes form such a large portion of the cost of our system? How can we make this part of the system simpler, more cost-effective, and frictionless for providers, health plans, and the everyday public?  
October 20, 2020 by Until It’s Fixed

Chet Bhasin, Chief Strategy Officer at Shepherd Center

This episode features Chet Bhasin, Chief Strategy Officer at Shepherd Center. Here, he discusses his top priorities, how he approaches strategy in his role, and more.
October 19, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

The Front End of Medical Product Development: The Importance of Early Stage Design Considerations for Early Stage Entrepreneurs

On this episode of Med Tech Monday, guest David Copeland, Director of Human Centered Industrial Design at Ximedica, joins us for a conversation around how entrepreneurs can successfully commercialize beginning at the early stages of designing a medical product. David also talks about the integration of research and user design inputs, and the importance of failing early. In the digital age of COVID-19, Ximedica and their partners have also pivoted to accomplish user and product testing remotely, listen to find out how.
October 19, 2020 by Med Tech Monday
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