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Counseling Colleagues: Dr. Randy Bickle on Physician Mentorships

Randall Bickle, DO, JD, CPE, FAAPL, is the CEO and medical director of Olympia Medical LLC and a family practice physician at St. Joe’s Medical Group. A member of the AAPL Board of Directors and a board-certified physician in family practice and geriatrics, Bickle has been practicing medicine for more than 30 years.  In this practical podcast, Mike Sacopulos interviews Dr. Bickle on mentoring physicians, what makes for a beneficial mentor/mentee relationship, and some hints on getting started as a mentor.   We all can remember an older colleague that took interest in us early in our career. The success of the individual as well as the profession depends upon education and guidance. As a bonus, Dr. Bickle discusses professional duties, not from the patient perspective, but from the vantage point of junior colleagues. mentor/mentee relationship to time involved, we will analyze mentorships. This episode of SoundPractice will leave you with a sense of pride and a clear map of how to be a mentor. https://www.physicianleaders.org/about/faculty/randall-bickle Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org  
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June 16, 2021
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E94: Coonoor Behal – Reframing Quitting to a Process for Progress

Ben & Jay are joined by Episode 27 guest Coonoor Behal, author of the newly published "I Quit!  Life-Affirming Joy of Giving Up".  Coonoor is the Founder & CEO of Mindhatch, a consultancy that helps organizations create the conditions for innovation and creativity to thrive. Through Mindhatch, Coonoor delivers her unique mix of expertise in Design Thinking, Organizational ImprovTM, Innovation Facilitation, and Diversity & Inclusion. Her new book, published by New Degree Press in April 2021, seeks to help readers rethink and reframe quitting by sharing stories from everyday people who summoned the courage to quit things in their lives.Hear what caused Coonoor to write this important book, how it connects to her design thinking work, and the connection of quitting and privilege.  And of course, Ben & Jay find a connection to Jobs To Be Done theory, because they just can't help themselves.  Stick around after the outro music for an improv bonus from Coonoor & Jay!Find Coonoor on Instagram:  @coonoorbehal, @iquitbook, @mindhatchllcFacebook:  @mindhatchllcTwitter:  @mindhatchllcThe podcast and its hosts on Twitter:@[email protected]@JayGerhartSupport the show (https://healthpodcastnetwork.com/)
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June 16, 2021
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Advice from graduating medical students to new ones

"We need you to join the ranks of this time-honored profession with new eyes and determined minds and eyes that see medicine’s problematic foundations and minds that are willing to act on it. Because it is you, future medical students, who will soon take up the mantle of pushing medicine to change — as medical students have done for generations. We look forward to working alongside you. Welcome to medicine." Kathryn Crofton, Jay Hwang, and Catherine Jay are medical students. They share their stories and discuss their KevinMD article, "From future doctors to new ones: We need you." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/04/from-future-doctors-to-new-ones-we-need-you.html)
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June 16, 2021
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Ep 53 – “Live Life Without Regrets with Angela Clubb”

In today’s episode, you will meet Angela Clubb. Since she’s new to this, Angela will probably share a bit too much. I am afraid I was not quite as prepared to be asked to a summit. Currently, she’s a former emergency room nurse currently working in Healthcare IT full time. During this pandemic, Angela decided to push forward with her business as an author, course creator, podcaster, coach, inspirational leader, future non-profit organizer, and dreamer of all things being possible. Needless to say, she has some borderline delusions of grandeur but Angela has goals. So despite the pandemic, working full time, homeschooling her children, watching my grandchild; she still believes she can do all of these things and that is what Angela wants to relay to the women listening. Angela believes a healthy mindset is a KEY to everything, from weight loss to confidence, to starting or changing careers. Once you get your mind in the right place with the right guidance and support; you are unstoppable. To connect with Angela, find her links below:Website: https://angelaclubb.com/Linkedin: linkedin.com/in/angelamclubbThank 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 on iTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better!ADDITIONAL RESOURCESWant to save 8+ hours of work and reboot your focus within 2 minutes so you can do the things you love to do? Yes, it’s really possible -- and I’m going to prove it to you! I offer 3 FREE consultations per week. Book yours here before they run out! SabrinaRunbeck.com/BlueprintWant to instantly restore your energy and brighten your fatigued eyes in 2 minutes? Download your FREE audio exercises and discover them for yourself.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 WhatsApp community for our weekly Ask Me Anything sessions and monthly networking with like-minded healthcare practitioners.
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June 16, 2021
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#101: Promoting Mental and Emotional Well-being through Peer Support featuring Dr. Jo Shapiro

Dr. Jo Shapiro was the founding Director of the Center for Professionalism and Peer Support at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and is an associate professor of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery at Harvard Medical School.. Dr. Shapiro saw early on how the culture of medicine needed to better support physicians and how physicians could support each other. The center was intentionally designed to provide practical applications through programs that have become models for other institutions. Dr. Shapiro continues to educate and assist organizations in developing specific programmatic and educational approaches, such as peer support, well-being programs, professionalism initiatives, and conflict management.We are so excited to bring Dr. Shapiro on to the show to find out why peer support is such a powerful solution to emotional well-being. Tune in as we explore organizational change, how to best support leaders, give people agency, combat isolation and how we can all be partners, not victims, in organizational change.You may or may not realize this yet, but this episode is filled with pearls of wisdom and information that all leaders can benefit from, so don’t hesitate, listen now! For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastNEW:  Enrollment is now open to our NEW Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!  Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!We would love to have you contribute to this podcast by submitting a question that we can feature in a future episode.  All you must do is email your question to  [email protected] If you found value in this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! 
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June 16, 2021
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Addressing Supply Chain Cybersecurity Risk and Patient Safety with Proofpoint

June 16, 2021: Email is the number one cyber attack vector within healthcare. And these days it’s also a patient safety issue. Does your healthcare system have a sound email cybersecurity plan in place? Here to discuss the problem and of course the solution is Julie Hubbard, VP, Enterprise IT & Information Security at AMN Healthcare and Ryan Witt, Managing Director and Resident CISO at Proofpoint. The threat actors are getting more sophisticated. What is the evolution of the threat landscape? Why is the supply chain such a ripe target for these hackers? How far can health systems get on training alone? How has the Proofpoint solution evolved to meet the current threats? How do they use AI and analytics to deter these multi-staged attacks?Key Points:Successful imposter style phishing attacks are very reliant on sending emails that don't appear suspicious [00:15:55] There is now a linkage between cybersecurity and an institution's ability to protect patients [00:03:40] 53.7% of malicious URLs originate from legitimate file shares from Microsoft, meaning that people have already gotten into your network [00:10:00] WannaCry was a tremendously significant ransomware attack. It should have been an inflection point. [00:07:05] Proofpoint AMN Healthcare
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June 16, 2021
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#42 Crashing Primary Care & Dialysis with Dr. Andrew Schutzbank

Dr. Andrew Schutzbank is a Clinical Instructor of Medicine at Harvard, Chief Product Officer at Cricket Health, and was formerly the SVP of Product at Iora Health. We discuss technology adoption and creation in primary care, payment models, business models, and what can be learned in the specialty space, with particular focus in the diabetes world in his work at Cricket. 
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June 15, 2021
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Payor Collaboration with Terry Booker of Independence Blue Cross

Today we’re talking with Terry Booker, the VP of corporate development and innovation at Independence Blue Cross. Booker combines years of experience in investment banking and business development with an insider's knowledge of Independence Blue Cross, an insurer that serves more than 7 million people. In our conversation, which was held in front of a live virtual audience of founders from the StartUp Health portfolio, we get tactical about how startups can best partner with the largest insurers in the world. Entrepreneurs: How to get investment from StartUp Health startuphealth.com Investors: How to invest in StartUp Health Moonshots healthmoonshots.com Want more content like this? You can subscribe to the podcast as well as other health innovation updates at startuphealth.com/content. Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox.
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June 15, 2021
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The Clinic of the Future with Donna Bergman

Healthcare should be easy for everyone to understand, but more often than not, it is complicated for patients and families to navigate. Today's guest, Donna Bergman, is a great example of someone 'who has a chip on her shoulder' on how things are done and has come up with ways to make changes. Director of Population Health for St. Luke's Health System; Donna shares some of her challenges and frustrations in the health care system and what she is doing to improve patient outcomes. She paints a picture of the change she hopes to see and talks about a team-based patient-focused model that can deliver care while also caring for doctors and other providers. Change is never easy, but with the new model Donna is talking about, it might be just what we need to elevate patient outcomes and reduce physician burnout. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com. 
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June 15, 2021
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The Agony of Da Feet – Assessing Foot and Ankle Pain and Injury

Guest: Daniel B. Ryssman, M.D. Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. (@ChutkaMD) Generally, we take our feet for granted. It’s not unusual for a person to take 8- to 10-thousand steps per day. That translates to over 115,000 miles in a lifetime. By the time we reach 70 years old, the average person will have walked the equivalent of 4 times around the globe. Yet, we stop taking our feet for granted when they hurt, and it’s estimated that 75% of Americans will experience foot problems of varying degrees of severity during their lifetime. In this podcast, we’ll discuss foot and ankle pain with Daniel Ryssman, M.D., an orthopedist and sports medicine physician from Mayo Clinic. We’ll review some of the common injuries to the ankle such as sprains and fractures as well as common chronic conditions of the foot such as plantar fasciitis and bunions. Dr. Ryssman delves into the best ways to prevent, diagnose, and treat these conditions as well as what, if any, imaging to order. Specific topics discussed: Ankle sprains Ankle fractures Achilles’ tendon rupture Plantar fasciitis Bunions Metatarsalgia Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
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June 15, 2021
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Effisode – Making Cents of it All

Intro music by Scott Holmes
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June 15, 2021
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Raising Resilient Kids

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June 15, 2021
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In memory of Bernard Lown

"Ever the teacher, the Dr. Lown we knew modeled 'The Lost Art of Healing' (the title of one of his books) in the clinic, the laboratory, and the halls of power. As health professionals, we watched him listen carefully to his patients; as citizens, we saw him listen deeply to our neighbors. We heard him importune our health care enterprise to do what is best for democracy with an eye on the future, instead of what helps today’s bottom line. And he entreated us to bear witness to the harms and risks of our social choices, to shine a light on the possible, and to lead toward a future that is better than the past. 'If you can see the invisible,' Dr. Lown said, 'you can do the impossible.' Dr. Bernard Lown was the best of his generation. Kind and wise. A listener, a thinker, a doer. A teacher and prodder. A challenger and inspirer. Impossible to equal. And impossible to ignore." Michael Fine is a family physician. He shares his story and discusses the KevinMD article, "In memory of Bernard Lown." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/04/in-memory-of-bernard-lown.html)
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June 15, 2021
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How biosimilars are affecting the drug markets

Lowering prescription drug prices continues to be a hot topic. Spending on biologic products, which includes most vaccines and gene therapies, was estimated at $125 billion in the United States in 2018, representing about a quarter of total pharmaceutical spending.Biosimilars, follow-on products to biologic drugs with essentially the same molecular composition to produce comparable clinical effects, are viewed by many as a way to promote competition and bring down drug prices. But the biosimilar market is young, with half of the 10 key product classes seeing marketing entry in 2018 or later. Understanding the evolving market for biosimilars is the topic of this episode of A Health Podyssey.Ariel Dora Stern, associate professor at Harvard Business School and a faculty affiliate of the Harvard-MIT Center for Regulatory Science, and coauthors published a paper in the June 2021 issue of Health Affairs examining how quickly biosimilars and follow-on products gained market share and the subsequent trajectory of drug prices.Listen to Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interview Dr. Stern on what biosimilars are and how the pharmaceutical market is evolving in response to their market entry. This episode is sponsored by the Rural Health Research Gateway at the University of North Dakota.Pre-order your copy of the July 2021 issue of Health Affairs.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts
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June 15, 2021
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Brock Yetso and The Ulman Foundation

Brock Yetso is the President & CEO at the Ulman Foundation, one of the original young adult cancer advocacy organizations. Borne in the late 1990s, the Ulman Foundation (formerly the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults) pioneered the very idea of adolescent and young adult cancer as a thing, first and foremost, long before the data and the research manifested in practice. I consider Brock a progenitor and mentor who helped me find my place and my voice before Stupid Cancer was a real boy. Thanks to groups like the Ulman Foundation, 25 years later, young adult cancer is now mainstream oncology — but there's still no short supply of new cancer diagnoses each year, which is why their work continues to this day. Enjoy the show.
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June 15, 2021
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044: Self-care and A New Healthcare Technology For Nurses With Zara Lord

In this episode, we get to chat with Zara Lord, an ICU Registered Nurse and the founder of uPaged. Zara is shaking up the casual Nursing workforce with her app, uPaged.  A new technology that is specific to the needs of different healthcare organisations and departments, as well as the individual Nurses experience and skill set.   Rostering is a dynamic process.  NUM’s often find themselves juggling and moving staff a bit like a game of Tetris. With the help of uPaged it becomes easier for managers to match nurse’s expertise with different patients and departments.  In this episode Zara and Elaina  chat about the importance of self-care for Nurses, what they’re going through on a daily basis and how uPaged can assist.  Zara also shares what she does to keep herself healthy, both mentally and physically.  TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: A Google Map for new opportunities (9:20) Reverse your negative self-belief with the positive (20:01)  The power of gratitude (21:16)  Do a power pose for 2 minutes (22:52) Become the best version of your yourself (24:55)  Success leaves clues (26:33) Indulge in self-care (28:41)  Connect with your inner child (29:37) Recognise your needs (30:53) Love the journey (33:15) Nurse and Midwife Support Number: 1-800-667-877 FOR MORE INFORMATION VISIT: HappyNurse.com.au
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June 14, 2021
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147 – CoDesign For A Clinically Led DMR – Jeff Smoot, InfoMedix

In this episode you will get an in depth understanding of codesigning to create the ideal DMR and EMR systems. Also, learn a bit about the transition process from paper to cloud. Additionally, Jeff shares with us tips for success in digital health.
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June 14, 2021
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Using virtual communities to improve health – Kate Burke, MD, Senior Medical Advisor, PatientsLikeMe – Episode 52

Social media has helped consumers educate themselves about their health and connect with other patients who suffer from the same chronic conditions. But the explosion of health information has also caused collateral damage. On today's episode, we welcome Kate Burke, MD, senior medical advisor for PatientsLikeMe. We discuss how virtual communities can overcome the pitfalls of social media and help patients better manage their condition, slow disease progression and give them control of their health.
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June 14, 2021
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The Intersection of Business, Innovation, & Design

We're back and ready to talk about Med Tech innovation, commercialization, and startup development! In this episode, NEMIC’s Co-founder and Healthcare Innovator Aidan Petrie joins Ayan Bhandari, Senior Human-Centered Industrial Designer at Ximedica and CEO of his own startup Nuway to recap how we implemented NEMIC's Innovation Design Sprint Process at the COVID-19 Response Innovation Hackathons. Both guests teach the Business of Design course at RISD, where they focus on the intersection of Design and Business. Listen in as two incredibly talented designers speak to the importance of implementing a tried and true design process to invent ideas that move healthcare forward. This amazing interview is packed with tons of insights on the innovation and design process, so please make sure to tune in! Today's Guest Aidan Petrie Aidan is a healthcare innovator, strategist, and mentor. He is a founding Partner of NEMIC (New England Medical Innovation Center), a partner in Magpie Medtech Venture Fund, and a founding partner of Ximedica. He is also a Fellow of the Provost at RISD and a mentor and adviser to multiple startups.  His passion for innovation and design has helped bring hundreds of products to market that range from simple drug compliance aids to wearable therapeutics, home monitoring products, and complex surgical systems. Ayan Bhandari Ayan is a Senior Human-Centered Industrial Designer at Ximedica. He is also the Co-Founder and CEO of Nuway and an Assistant Professor at Rhode Island School of Design. Since graduating from Virginia Tech in 2013, Ayan has honed his skills at various start-ups and corporations, culminating at Ximedica.  Key Take-Aways The capability of working simultaneously with a good process is what makes innovation sprints successful.  Ideas come from more than just one place or one person. It comes from energizing the domain expertise that comes from the whole company.  Fear is the misuse of your imagination.  Create opportunities to use your talent.  Medical innovation is difficult. It's not just about a good idea. It's not even just about good design. It's not even just about good ergonomics. There is a business and an infrastructure. There are material restrictions. The medical health care industry is the largest industry in the country. If you want to create something amazing, you have to put in so much work.  Resources NEMIC | Ximedica | Ayan's Email | Ayan's LinkedIn
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June 14, 2021
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What’s Next For The Future Of Nursing?

We are excited to announce that At the Core of Care is launching a new access to care special series. In this episode, PA Action Coalition Executive Director Sarah Hexem Hubbard speaks with Regina Cunningham and Marcus Henderson. Regina Cunningham is the Chief Executive Officer at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, as well as an adjunct professor and assistant dean at Penn School of Nursing. Marcus Henderson is a psychiatric mental health nurse and serves as the charge nurse of adolescent services for the Fairmount Behavioral Health System. He's also a lecturer at Penn School of Nursing. Regina and Marcus served on the committee for the recently released Future of Nursing 2020 to 2030 report from the National Academy of Medicine. During their conversation with Sarah, they highlight some of the key findings and recommendations to come out of the seminal study dedicated to charting a path to achieve health equity.
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June 14, 2021
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Newsday – Apple WWDC, Meeting Culture, Staff Appreciation

June 14, 2021: It’s Newsday with Eli Tarlow, Director of Healthcare for Sirius Healthcare Solutions. His experience before his current role was as a CIO for multiple health systems. With many leaders eager to get teams back in the office, will those opting to stay at home be perceived as less engaged? We need to over communicate in healthcare for the sake of the patient, but is there a way to cut down on time tied-up in meetings? Care is becoming more refined and the demand for acute hospital care is decreasing. What does this mean for future building projects? Remote care is increases the amount of off-site devices connecting back to the health system servers. Can we keep our organization safe from nefarious actors? How will wearable tech play a role in this shift? With a higher demand for team members and more remote opportunities, how can your organization focus on retention?Key Points:Will a return to the office alienate those who would rather work remote? [00:06:40]Healthcare professionals spend a lot of time in meetings. Can we find a way to increase meaningful time on-the-ground? [00:10:40]The shift to remote care and what this means for the fate of in-patient hospital facilities [00:18:20] Keeping health system secure while linked to out-patient and remote care tools [00:30:45] How Apple is integrating wearable technology into the care journey by partnering with EHRs [00:36:00]The future of healthcare with patient-driven interoperability [00:39:00]Stories:Will people opting not to return to the office be perceived as less engaged or not?Forecast: Care is moving out of hospitals over next decadeNew Apple Feature Will Enable Health Data SharingHybrid Work, How to prepare for the turnover TsunamiTexas Hospital giving 2% raises, extra weeks vacation.
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June 14, 2021
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Curating Communities with Dr. Amir Kalali

Curating Communities with Dr. Amir Kalali
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June 14, 2021
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Why it's time to split the autism spectrum

"Legislative advocacy has become difficult for the severe autism population since the DSM-5 lumped Asperger’s syndrome with autism spectrum disorders (ASD). Further complicating the matter, a new population recently emerged who identify as “autistic” without having a diagnosis from a qualified health care professional. Without a clear distinction for various parts of the spectrum, we are comparing apples and oranges. We will not render meaningful information, and we make it difficult for the entire spectrum, but especially for those most affected." Irene Tanzman is a patient advocate and author of Abie and Arlene’s Autism War. Jill Escher is president, National Council on Severe Autism (NCSA). They share their stories and discuss the KevinMD article, "Why health care professionals must call for splitting the autism spectrum." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/02/why-health-care-professionals-must-call-for-splitting-the-autism-spectrum.html)
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June 14, 2021
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