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The Future of Healthcare in a Post Pandemic World with Andrew Botham, Chief Scientific Officer at TestCard

In this podcast, we are excited to host Dr. Andrew Botham, the Chief Scientific Officer, and Co-Founder at TestCard. Andrew discusses how his company is leveraging the power of technology and cameras in smartphones to offer immediate results related to medical tests. He talks about challenges healthcare scientists face and how TestCard's home testing solution, with the help of a phone's camera (or clinical grade scanner), helps people get accurate and faster results, which they can then take to their doctor. He talks about providing easier access to health care, low-cost solutions, reducing contaminations, and more. This interview is packed with learnings and insights, so please tune in! https://outcomesrocket.health/testcard/2020/10/
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October 23, 2020
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Ruben Mesa, Executive Director at the Mays Cancer Center at UT Health – San Antonio MD Anderson

This episode features Ruben Mesa, Executive Director at the Mays Cancer Center at UT Health - San Antonio MD Anderson. Here, he discusses the evolution in oncology treatment, advances in cardiac disease, and more.
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October 23, 2020
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A terminal diagnosis for my baby

"Eventually, this thankfully passed. Now, almost three years later, I know that this loss will always be with us. Miriam was beautiful, she was our only girl, she was perfect for our family, and she’s always missing. Still, my memories of being in the hospital are incredibly sad but also peaceful. In part, this is due to the incredible support and love we got from our family, friends, rabbi, and community. But in a big part, this is due to the clear and honest way we got Miriam’s diagnosis and the support, concern, and compassion from her medical team." Sophia Zilber is a patient advocate. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Getting a terminal diagnosis for my baby." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/01/getting-a-terminal-diagnosis-for-my-baby.html)
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October 23, 2020
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Going From Lost Nurse to Boss Nurse | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 293

On episode 293 of The Nurse Keith Show career and healthcare podcast, Keith interviews nurse author Kanika Raja, BSN, RN, CCRN. Kanika's greatest passion is ensuring that the next generation of nurses is stronger, wiser, and kinder to themselves than she was as a new grad. Her joyful message is that any nurse who feels lost can indeed go "from lost nurse to boss nurse."
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October 23, 2020
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193 – Job Security in Healthcare…Yeah Right!!!

What’s good everyone! Who remembers hearing that getting a job in healthcare confers a crazy amount of job security? I do! You couldn’t find an example of nurses or doctors being laid off for “cost cutting” reasons. Welp, then 2020 done came! 2020 has shown us that NOBODY’s job is safe. Dr. Guy Kezirian, from Physician CEO, jumps on to talk about the nuggets we can learn from the pandemic to make our entrepreneurial efforts stronger.  
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October 23, 2020
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Telehealth Satisfaction from the Patients’ Perspective with JD Power

October 23, 2020: What are the trends and drivers for telehealth adoption and satisfaction? James Beem of J.D. Power runs us through their 2020 US Telehealth Satisfaction Study. They collected data from 200 healthcare firms nationally to understand who...
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October 23, 2020
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Ben Patel, CIO of Cone Health

This episode features Ben Patel, CIO of Cone Health. Here, he discusses his top three priorities as CIO, his best advice for emerging leaders, 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).
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October 22, 2020
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73 – Collaboration, innovation and evolution in the Australian medtech industry – Ian Burgess, MTAA

Ian Burgess is the CEO of the Medical Technology Association of Australia (MTAA), the national association representing companies in the medical technology industry in Australia.  In this episode, Ian chats with Pete about the collaborations, innovations and evolution we’ve seen within the Australian MedTech industry particularly in the past 12 months.  He also talks to the response to COVID from the medtech industry and the related impact and opportunities presented. Check out the episode and full show notes here. To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at MTAA, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here. 
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October 22, 2020
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Making your unit safe for nurses of color

Pediatric nurse practitioner Ashley Sayles shares advice for nurse leaders who want to create a more equitable and inclusive workplace.
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October 22, 2020
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ENCORE: Improving NICU Outcomes with Ellen Stang, Founder and CEO at ProgenyHealth

Focusing the discussion of social determinants especially in the NICU population  https://outcomesrocket.health/progenyhealth/2019/09/
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October 22, 2020
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Jake Reder, Founder and CEO of Celdara Medical

This episode features Jake Reder, Founder and CEO of Celdara Medical. Here, he discusses his current top three priorities, his optimism for the future, and more.
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October 22, 2020
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Investing in Women: Jesse Draper, Founder & General Partner, Halogen Ventures

Welcome back, Jesse Draper, Founder & General Partner of Halogen Ventures! Jesse joins the show to discuss her recent, viral Medium article, plus she shares the importance of investing in women and unpacks why this is an opportunity, not a charity.
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October 22, 2020
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Amplify Nursing: Season 2 Ep 03: Denetra Hampton

Denetra Hampton has led a self-described life of divine intervention. A chance encounter with a navy recruiter led to a 15 year career in naval intelligence. Encouraged to pursue officer training, Denetra chose nursing and served the rest of her career as an officer in the Navy Nurse Corps. Upon return to civilian life, she stumbled upon a lecture that inspired her to become, of all things, a film maker. Today, we talk to Denetra about her naval career, her passion for nursing science, and the importance of telling stories that need to be heard.
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October 22, 2020
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Vasiliki Zotou, a Project Manager at City of Hope Orange County

This episode features Vasiliki Zotou, a Project Manager at City of Hope Orange County. Here, she discusses her recently completed administrative fellowship at Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, her top priorities moving forward in her new role, and more.
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October 22, 2020
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A physician experiences unprofessional behavior. What happened next?

"Setting: An impersonal, windowless conference room within a hospital Characters: A nurse in charge (NIC), a department chair (DC) and me (ME) NIC: Thank you for joining us to discuss the report you made of unprofessional behavior in the operating room. We’d like to start by letting you know that in this institution, we have a culture of informality. When I first got here, I found it unsettling that doctors were called by their first names in meetings. DC: Yes, this culture was also surprising to me. At [Ivory tower institution 1], where I trained, no one would have ever called a physician by their first name! And at [Ivory tower institution 2] where I worked before moving here, no one would have dreamed of calling a doctor by their first name. Can you imagine someone calling Dr. [Worldfamous Surgeon at Ivory tower institution 2] Steve? It never would have happened! He would have been so angry! But here, I get called by my first name pretty regularly. I’ve gotten used to it, and now I don’t even mind. ME: We’re not here because someone called me by my first name. DC: What do you mean?" Sarah M. Temkin is a gynecology-oncology physician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "A discussion about unprofessional behavior: a play in 1 act." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/08/a-discussion-about-unprofessional-behavior-a-play-in-1-act.html)
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October 22, 2020
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The long haul

Some patients with COVID-19 do not fully recover and spend weeks or months experiencing symptoms. We talk with two "long-haulers" (including a physician) about their experiences and what we know about the long-term impact of this disease.
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October 22, 2020
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Episode #105: The Need to Overhaul US Healthcare Payment, with Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel

Welcome to episode #105, Season 4 of Creating a New Healthcare. Today we welcome one of the most prolific and influential healthcare policy experts of our era. Professor Ezekial Emanuel is the Vice Provost for Global Initiatives and Co-Director of the Healthcare Transformation Institute at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also a Special Advisor to the Director General of the World Health Organization. Dr. Emanuel was the founding chair of the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health. From January 2009 to January 2011 he served as a Special Advisor on Health Policy to the Director of the Office of Management and Budget, and the National Economic Council. He is also a breast oncologist, having earned his MD at Harvard Medical School, completed a residency in Internal Medicine at the Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, and then completed an oncology fellowship at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute, where he was also appointed as faculty. Dr. Emanuel has written and edited 14 books and over 300 articles, and is the world’s most cited bioethicist. He is a frequent contributor to the Atlantic, the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, and the Washington Post, and regularly appears on television and radio.In this episode, we’ll touch on the following:The fragility of the US employer-based healthcare payment system and how the COVID-19 pandemic is nudging us to a universal payment system.The differences between a universal payment program and a single payer system.An illustration of a capitated primary care trial demonstrating the advantages to providers and patients.What the US can learn from other advanced nations in terms of primary care access and healthcare payment reform.The multi-pronged solutions that Dr. Emanuel recommends to address the insidious institutional racism and the inequities that are embedded in US healthcare deliveryI believe it was H.L. Mencken who said that there are often simple solutions to complex problems, and those simple solutions are typically wrong. Dr. Emanuel does not offer simple solutions to the complex problems in our healthcare system. Instead, he offers thoughtful, studied, and ethical solutions that directly and realistically address the fundamental flaws in our healthcare system. These are serious flaws that leave tens of millions of Americans with no or sub-optimal health insurance, limit access to preventive primary and specialty healthcare for tens of millions of Americans, and create perverse and unethical incentives for providers and health systems that greatly inhibit them from delivering the type of healthcare they would like to offer.Dr. Emanuel is one of the most cited healthcare policy scholars and advisors of our era, as well as one of the most prolific researchers and authors. He is one of the finest healthcare educators and thought-leaders our country has ever produced. It is well worth our time to listen to and study the critically important lessons he is teaching us.Until next time,Be safe and be well.Zeev Neuwirth, MD 
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October 22, 2020
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Beth Walker, CEO of Ochsner Baptist at Ochsner Health System #2

This episode features Beth Walker, CEO of Ochsner Baptist at Ochsner Health System. Here, she discusses her best advice for emerging leaders, what she’s seeing in Louisiana regarding COVID-19, and more.
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October 21, 2020
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Shot of #DigitalHealth Therapy – Daniel Couchman Kendall

It took way too long for Jim Joyce and I to have the godfather of "Shot of #DigitalHealth Therapy" on our show. Did you know that Daniel Couchman Kendall had a radio show in college and that he lived in UK for 18 years and still has no British accent? We had a blast and talked everything podcasts and more: 🎧 History of Digital Health Today 🎧 #JPM and Irish bar - yes all roads lead there 🎧 #DTx Series with yours truly 🎧 Health Podcast Network 🎧 Dan's health podcast predictions of micro-audiences 🎧 Chris Rock story.. 🎧 oh and what does Ozzy Osbourne have to do with digital health? Fun mentions as always: Martin Kelly & HealthXL Lisa Suennen Michelle Longmire Jennifer Lannon Antonio Estrella Mike Biselli
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October 21, 2020
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Kimberly Eberl, Owner of The Motion Agency

This episode features Kimberly Eberl, Owner of The Motion Agency. Here, she discusses how she began her company, her best advice for emerging leaders, and more.
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October 21, 2020
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Michelle Fortune, CEO of St. Luke’s Hospital, a Part of Atrium Health

This episode features Michelle Fortune, CEO of St. Luke’s Hospital, a Part of Atrium Health. Here, she discusses what critical access hospitals look like today, her best advice for emerging leaders, and more.
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October 21, 2020
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Medicines360 is constructing healthcare for women everywhere – Episode 56

Dr. Jessica Grossman is the CEO of Medicines360, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit global women’s health pharmaceutical company with a mission to expand access to quality medicines for all women regardless of their socioeconomic status, insurance coverage or geographic location. Dr. Grossman is a seasoned industry executive and serial entrepreneur with a proven track record leading successful women’s health companies. Prior to joining Medicines360, she has founded Sense4Baby, Inc. and Gynesonics. Under her leadership, she invented and developed the first intrauterine ultrasound guided radio frequency ablation device for fibroid tumors. Dr. Grossman has performed research at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, one of the teaching hospitals of Harvard Medical School. In this episode we discuss increasing affordability and accessibility in women's health, equity in clinical studies and demystifying birth control. Check out Medicines360 at medicines360.org Rate, Review & Subscribe!
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October 21, 2020
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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/
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October 21, 2020
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NEJM This Week — October 22, 2020

Featuring articles on dasatinib–blinatumomab in Ph-positive ALL, an anti–Siglec-8 antibody in gastritis and duodenitis, inhaled molgramostim therapy in autoimmune pulmonary alveolar proteinosis, treating Middle East Respiratory Syndrome, fibroblasts in rheumatoid arthritis, and how can we bridge the partisan divide and conquer Covid; a review article on sensory ganglionopathy; a case report of a man with abdominal pain, joint swelling, and skin lesions; and Perspective articles on whether the elections can end the health reform stalemate, on insurance coverage after job loss, on redoubling efforts to help Americans quit smoking, and on taking back our voices. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 383, No. 17.
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October 21, 2020
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