For all of the avid followers of #TheShot of #DigitalHealth Therapy, Jim Joyce and I recorded our shortest episode EVER and got an awesome micro-dose of Jared S. Taylor - Founder of BlocHealth (now part of SteadyMD) and a fellow podcaster:
🎤 How he bet it all on Bloc!
🎤 Few "heard it here firsts"
🎤 Great Leaders in health care
🎤 Common threads across 500+ interviews at Slice of Healthcare
🎤 oh and .... Livongo #digitalhealth mafia 😂
Fun mentions as always: Martin Kelly Daniel Couchman Kendall Guy Friedman Glen Tullman Lee Shapiro Jennifer Schneider, M.D., M. S. Naomi Allen
August 17, 2022
August 17, 2022
In this episode, Kenny O'Neill, partner, and principal of Digital Strategy, Transformation, and Innovation at EY Global, talks about human-centered design, how it then evolves into systems thinking, and its applicability.
Kenny starts by talking about his experience as a pilot and the similarities between what he sees in healthcare and a plane cockpit when it comes to information being displayed to users. He then explains how human-centered design is building things for specific users, integrating the information into the system so that it can work effectively for the said user. This type of design requires engaging and empathizing with them, prototyping continuously, and always aiming toward extreme users to get the best possible performance for everyone.
Kenny goes into systems thinking at scale within healthcare. He argues it's about thinking about how human-centric design and technology connect to the broader, interconnected system. It’s innovating in the digital space and using platforms to aggregate and translate data that can better enable AI, machine learning, and robotics. He also speaks of taking behavioral and social ecosystems into account and the use of digital hospital practices, consultations, and primary care from smart homes. Kenny then foresees 15 years forward to envision healthcare’s future. He predicts out-of-hospital precision medicine facilities, more digital tools integrated into hospitals, and different bundled or episodic payment models.
Listen to Kenny O’Neill talk about human-centered design in the future of healthcare. Learn about how it can evolve into systems thinking and how it can be applied for the better!
August 16, 2022
Meet Frank Westermann:Frank Westermann is a multi-time founder. He is the co-founder and co-CEO of 9am.heatlh and the founder and CEO of Whitewater Ventures LLC. Previously, he was also the co-founder and CEO of mySugr, which was acquired by Roche. Frank earned a diploma in Business Administration from the Otto Friedrich University of Bamberg as well as from the Düsseldorf University of Applied Sciences. He also completed an Erasmus Year in Business Management at the University of Angers. Key Insights:Frank Westermann was diagnosed with diabetes, and has since founded two companies that make diabetes care more convenient, affordable, and holistic. Behind the Why. Frank understands what is annoying, complicated, and frustrating about diabetes management because he was diagnosed with type one diabetes. His experience inspired him to found mySugr and 9am.health. Additionally, many of 9am.health’s care specialist live with diabetes themselves, so they understand the patient perspective.Europe vs America. mySugr benefitted from Austrian government grants that didn’t require equity in exchange. However, Frank notes that if you want to build a business bigger and faster, America provides access to larger financial resources.Follow Your Gut.Frank’s one piece of advice for entrepreneurs is to be really passionate about what you do, and then follow your gut. Sometimes it’s hard, because some decisions seem logically correct, but if it doesn’t feel right, don’t do it. This episode is hosted by Lynne Chou O’Keefe. She is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is the Founder and Managing Partner of Define Ventures. Relevant Links:Learn more about 9am.healthLearn more about mySugr
August 16, 2022
Dr Miriam Cremer is founder of Basic Health International, which exists to eliminate cervical cancer on a global level through cutting edge research for the prevention and treatment of cervical cancer in low resource settings. Dr. Cremer, founded Basic Health after seeing first hand the devastating impact of this devastating yet preventable cancer can have on women.
In this episode, Dr. Cremer covers:
How our understanding of HPV and cervical cancer is changing guidelines for pap smears
What is the main cause of cervical cancer?
What are the warning signs for cervical cancer?
Is cervical cancer preventable?
Is cervical cancer curable?
How effective is HPV vaccine in preventing cervical cancer?
Why women of color and immigrants are most impacted by cervical cancer
The future of HPV testing and how it can transform the transgender population
"It's very rare to find a cancer where you have a precursor, you have a vaccine for it, and you have a place you can reach. An organ you can get at and treat right away. We have all these tools. Why is it that women are dying of cervical cancer?" - Dr Miriam Cremer
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Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC)
HPV screening tests coming soon: cobas and Onclarity
Research for transgender men
WHO this year has called for elimination of cervical cancer
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August 16, 2022
Savva Kerdemelidis is the CEO and Founder of Crowd Funded Cures (CFC), a non-profit initiative funded by the Prize Charitable Trust. Aiming to renovate the broken system of medical innovation, CFC creates an open source incentivization of clinical trials for off-patent drugs. In this episode, Savva Kerdemelidis, along with Nicholas Fiorenza, CFC’s Head of Business Development & Operations, talk about the main market failures of the medical patent system and how Crowd Funded Cures addresses these failures in ways that ultimately transform how traditional science is done.
How Savva and Nick first got interested in the idea of decentralized science (DeSci) & its importance in solving scientific challenges through collaboration.
Savva and Nick share their original reason for starting Crowd Funded Cures and its current operations.
The challenges they faced and the pushbacks often heard by people in the scientific academic community.
How the pay-for-success contracts work as an alternative to the traditional patent system and its benefits in the field of academic science.
What IP NFT is and its advantage to the clinical field and as well as to investors.
Why DeSci is important for the psychedelic space and how important psychedelic research is going to be for science DAOs.
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Crowd Funded Cures
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@nfiorenza / Twitter
Moleculetter - Blog
VitaDAO - Longevity DAO
Molecule Protocol Home | A New Era of Drug Development
Open Source Pharma Foundation - Medicine for all
Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA)
National Health Service (NHS)
UNOS transplant network depends on out-of-date technology - The Washington Post
In a recent exclusive story by the Washington Post, investigators reveal that the entire organ transportation and IT infrastructure needs a major overhaul. In January of 2021, theWhite House’s U.S. Digital Service recommended that the government “break up the current monopoly” that oversees what is formally known as the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network.
That monopoly the United Network for Organ Sharing, the nonprofit agency that operates the transplant system, has held for 36 years and worth more than $200million, funded mainly by fees patients pay to be listed for transplants. It is a complex collection of about 250 transplant-performing hospitals; 57 government-chartered nonprofits that collect organs in their regions; labs that test organs for compatibility and disease; and other auxiliary services.
The mechanics of the entire transplant system must be overhauled, the review concluded, citing aged software, periodic system failures, mistakes in programming and over reliance on manual input of data.
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August 16, 2022
In this episode you will learn how AI is impacting the healthcare journey for over a million people per day through the ambitions of Harrison AI. This episode also looks at the shortage of radiologists and how AI can help to remedy that problem while providing accurate data, aiding with triage and helping clinicians to scale. Additionally, learn about the use of clinical trials and evidence-based practice to build client trust.
August 15, 2022
Dr. Caralynn Nowinski Collens is the CEO of Dimension Inx, a next-generation biomaterials and biofabrication company developing 3D-printed therapeutic products that direct cells to rebuild healthy tissues. She is passionate about building teams and organizations that harness technology to drive transformational change and improve the quality of people’s lives. Previously as the co-founder and CEO of UI LABS, a first-of-its-kind technology organization focused on the digital future of industries, Caralynn built the organization from concept in late 2011 through launch in 2014, raising $200M+ in investment and ultimately spinning out MxD (national digital manufacturing institute) and City Tech Collaborative as independent businesses in 2019. After starting her first company while a joint medical/business student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Caralynn spent her early career in venture capital and corporate finance, primarily focused on technology-based university spin-outs. Caralynn is an Independent Director of Fathom Digital Manufacturing [NYSE:FATH] and serves on the Executive Council of Granite Creek Capital Partners. She is proud to have been a member of the Chicago Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and recognized as one of Crain’s Chicago Business’ “Forty Under Forty”, “Notable Women in Manufacturing”, and “Tech 50”. In 2020, SME recognized Caralynn as one of “30 Leaders Transforming Manufacturing”.Dimension Inx is a biomaterials platform company. We design and develop 3D- printed therapeutic products that restore tissue and organ function. Our materials-centric approach enables biofunctionality without compromising manufacturability. We precisely tune our biomaterials to create clinical solutions not otherwise possible. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with biotech and medical device partners to help solve their most challenging materials problems, and internally develop medical products for various therapeutic applications ranging from bone regeneration to fertility preservation. Dimension Inx is proudly based in Chicago, IL. To learn more about our team and our technology, please visit www.dimensioninx.com. Dimension Inx. Biomaterials, reimagined.https://www.linkedin.com/in/caralynncollens/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/dimension-inx/ Social HandlesLinkedin: @FemTech Focus @Brittany BarretoTwitter: @Femtech_Focus @DrBrittBInstagram: @FemTechFocus @DrBrittanyBarretoFacebook: @FemTech Focus @Dr. Brittany BarretoFemTech Focus Bio:FemTech Focus is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded to bring awareness externally and internally for the FemTech industry and to empower the key stakeholders including entrepreneurs, investors, physicians, governments, and biopharma with resources and research to elevate women’s health and wellness globally. Subscribe and Donate: www.femtechfocus.orgFemTech Focus Podcast Description:The FemTech Focus Podcast with Dr. Brittany Barreto is a meaningfully provocative conversational series that brings women's health experts - including doctors, scientists, inventors, and founders - on air to talk about the innovative technology, services, and products that are improving women, female, and girl's health and wellness, collectively known as FemTech. The podcast gives the host, Dr. Brittany Barreto, and guests an engaging, friendly environment to learn about the past, present, and future of women’s health and wellness.
August 15, 2022
An explosion of data within healthcare coupled with new regulatory requirements are adding pressure to the already overworked medical industry. Automation can relieve many of these pressures – but some are hesitant to implement these solutions due to preconceived opinions. In this podcast, Dr. Yan Chow, Global Healthcare Leader at Automation Anywhere, will unpack the top five myths associated with automation in healthcare to help you overcome implementation barriers within your organization.
August 15, 2022
Personalizing Probiotics with Sunny Jain
August 15, 2022
Meet Brad Smith:Brad Smith is the Founder and CEO of Russell Street Ventures. He was also the Co-Founder and CEO of Aspire Health. He served as Chief Operating Officer of Anthem’s Diversified Business Group. In government, Brad served as Deputy Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Deputy Administrator at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and Director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).Brad received an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and a Master of Philosophy from Oxford University. Key Insights:Brad Smith has experiencing innovating in healthcare from government to venture capital. Taking the Leap. Brad credits his path to entrepreneurship to great mentors that encouraged him to take big risks, and to his work in government and non-profits. He had experience bringing people together and rallying them around a common vision, which is fundamental to building a company. Partnerships Instead of Disruptions. Healthcare is full of big players on both the payer and delivery side; innovators need to accept the healthcare landscape. Disrupting the status quo is challenging. Instead, Brad encourages aspiring entrepreneurs to think about a partnership path, helping large organization effectively leverage their size and scale. On the Horizon.Brad is focused on three things. One, maintaining the United States as the forefront of innovation. Two, addressing chronic conditions, which are burdensome on individuals, as well as the system. And three, decreasing healthcare costs.This episode is hosted by Laura Veroneau. She is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is a Managing Partner and Founding Team Member of Optum Ventures. Relevant Links:Learn more about Russell Street Ventures“Valued-based care firm CareBridge nets $140M, reaches 'unicorn' status” by Becker’s Hospital Review
August 12, 2022
What’s needed is communication, education and access, says Dr. Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker.
August 12, 2022
In 2017, 57.7 million people were living with limb amputation due to traumatic causes worldwide.
Apart from accidents, a person might need an amputation due to vascular diseases and diabetes. You might have come across increasingly sophisticated prosthetic limbs, which mimic human movements. The problem is, these are extremely expensive. Simple cosmetic prosthetic costs around $5,000, a functional prosthetic with a hook up to $10,000, and the latest myoelectric tech-enhanced ones cost up to $100,000.
In this episode, Dima Gazda, CEO, and founder of Esper Bionics speaks about the development of the market, and how Esper Bionics operates, given that it has facilities in Ukraine.
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August 11, 2022
If you work with cancer patients, you know how difficult it is to get a better understanding of their condition, as time is literally against them. In clinical trials geared toward oncology studies, time is a major factor. But if there was a way to make the process smoother and improve data sharing to yield better results and help more patients? This episode takes a deep dive into solving that very issue and more.
August 11, 2022
ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 147
A Rare Collection - Easier Said Than Done
There's power in storytelling- for the listener and the storyteller. A Rare Collection is a monthly series featuring people from the rare disease community, sharing a story with a common theme.
Katie Stevens, Executive Director of Team Telomere
It's back to school season which has me thinking about how the education system so often fails the most vulnerable children. In 2015, we moved from Idaho to Boston. My son was set to be the sixth patient in the world to undergo a clinical trial for people with Telomere Biology Disorders. We had been searching for the best treatment for my son for years. His body was no longer able to fight viruses and infections, he couldn't stop bleeding and he didn't have enough red blood cells to keep him from feeling easily winded. He was a 12 year old boy whose day-to-day was filled with worry and he just wanted to be "normal". Getting your child an education when critically ill or disabled is easier said than done. I'm thankful for the teachers that stood up for my child. Education for the most vulnerable children of our society shouldn't be dismissed.
Parvathy Krishnan, Foundation Alliance Manager at Global Genes
As a child I was always told nothing was impossible and everything would be okay if I saw the positive. I truly believed the ups and downs of life were part of the journey and I just had to see the positive. When I had my first child, I had my parenting journey mapped out and anticipated ups and downs. It was instead filled with potholes, car crashes and train wrecks. It was hard to see the positive when everything seemed bleak. Through our diagnostic odyssey, and through various aggressive treatments taking place concurrently for both of my children, it was hard to find the positive and I felt like I was failing. Hope was a mirage. I felt a medical breakthrough was the only positive that would give me closure. But I was wrong. A smile from my children was the positive I needed. While it's easier said than done to find the positive, even when it feels impossible, remember to turn on the light and hope that this too shall pass.
Becky Tilley, Koolen De Vries Syndrome
I'm a passionate writer and advocate. In all the articles and blogs I've written, you'll see the common sentiment to celebrate your uniqueness, be yourself, and enjoy being you. In real life, that's challenging to do. The symptoms of Koolen De Vries Syndrome that myself and my two youngest children share can vary from mild, to moderate, to severe. I grew up with learning disabilities. I was an easy target for bullies. I never learned what it was to love and celebrate what made me different and this is something I want for my children. I want them to be empowered in who they are. For them to do that, I need to be an example, especially as a mom that shares the same syndrome. I feel a responsibility to them to celebrate being unique and inspire my children to do the same.
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August 11, 2022
In this episode we hear from Steve Driver, the Medical Director of Digital Therapeutics at one of the largest health systems in the US, Advocate Aurora Health. I have been itching to get a view from a health system perspective on this show since season one. As a practicing cardiologist, it is always great to hear from somebody who is practicing this in the front lines.
The expectations of the role as a Medical Director of Digital Therapeutics for a large health system.
The level of evidence required for adoption in a health system
The future of the patient journey using DTx
DTx standalone versus drug+
The role of the pharmacists in dispensing digital therapeutics
Guest Links and Resources:
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Connect with Eugene Borukhovich: Twitter | LinkedIn
Connect with Chandana Fitzgerald, MD: Twitter | LinkedIn
Connect with YourCoach.health: Website | Twitter
Check out Shot of Digital Health with Eugene and Jim Joyce: Website | Podcast App
HealthXL: Website | Twitter | Join an Event
Season 2 of Digital Therapeutics Podcast would not be possible without the support of leading DTx organizations. Thank you to:
> Presenting Partner: Amalgam Rx
> Contributing Sponsors: Akili | Big Health | Click Therapeutics | Lindus Health
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August 11, 2022
On this Wednesday's #TheShot of #DigitalHealth Therapy Jim Joyce and I talked "plants, cells and spiders" with the awesome guest Meri Beckwith, Co-Founder of Lindus Health:
🪴 🕷 Academia Currency
🪴 🕷 How VC's really work 😂
🪴 🕷 EROOM law in Pharma
🪴 🕷 CRO Business model
🪴 🕷 What matters in #clinicaltrials
🪴 🕷 oh and.... team & talent!
Fun mentions as always: Lina Wenner Brent Hoberman firstminute capital Alex Zhavoronkov Christian Angermayer Paul Wicks Michael Pace Jonah Comstock
August 10, 2022
In this episode, you will learn more about using virtual reality to improve telehealth for both patients and clinicians, even without a VR headset. Also, this episode covers how one startup is working toward improving continued professional development so that nurses can conveniently and enjoyably expand their knowledge base to better care for patients.
August 10, 2022
Ben & Jay dig again into Jobs to Be Done, this time from a fascinating perspective with Ruth Hartt, Chief of Staff to the President at the Christensen Institute and creator of Culture for Hire. Ruth, a former opera singer and vocal teacher, is passionate about bringing customer-centric innovation to arts marketing. Classical music audiences have declined nearly 50% since 1997. Hear how Ruth applies Jobs to Be Done theory to help arts organizations reverse this trend and expand their notion of their audience and how reach them. The Art of Relevance by Nina SimonAll Things Twitter:Ruth HarttA Sherpa's Guide to InnovationBen TingeyJay GerhartSupport the show
August 10, 2022
As the COVID pandemic continues to ravage the United States, healthcare professionals are beginning to grapple with a new and unexpected problem: the mental health of their patients. According to a recent study, depression rates have increased significantly in the past year, with nearly one in four adults experiencing an episode of major depression. And while depression is certainly the most common mental health concern associated with COVID, it is by no means the only one. Anxiety, PTSD, insomnia, substance abuse and addiction are all on the rise as well.Healthcare entrepreneur, Dena Bravata, joins CareTalk to discuss how COVID is affecting mental health in the U.S. and why we need to address this problem head-on before it spirals out of control.TOPICS(1:09) What is behavioral health?(1:55) How does COVID affect mental health?(3:10) The cost of mental health care(4:19) COVID mental health statistics (05:59) Is addiction a mental health issue? (07:20) Digital therapeutics. What are they? Can they help?(10:45) How to choose the right mental health therapy(14:33) Telehealth for mental health (17:55) Children’s mental health(19:40) Cannabis and mental health(21:15) Mental health stigmas and how to overcome them(24:23) Ways to improve mental healthABOUT CARETALKCareTalk is a weekly podcast that provides an incisive, no B.S. view of the US healthcare system. Join co-hosts John Driscoll (CEO, CareCentrix) and David Williams (President, Health Business Group) as they debate the latest in US healthcare news, business and policy. GET IN TOUCHBecome a CareTalk Podcast sponsorGuest appearance requestsFOLLOW CARETALK SpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsFollow John on TwitterFollow David on TwitterVisit us at https://www.caretalkpodcast.comABOUT DENA BRAVATADr. Bravata is the co-founder of Lyra Health where she also served as the Chief Medical Officer from 2015 to 2016. She was the Chief Medical Officer and Head of Products at Castlight Health from 2009 through 2014. Dr. Bravata was a practicing internist for 16 years in her own private practice and as an attending physician at Stanford University and the Palo Alto VA. As a senior research scientist in Stanford’s Center for Primary Care and Outcomes Research and a nationally recognized health services researcher, Dr. Bravata has published widely on the clinical effectiveness of a variety of key clinical and public health topics.#healthcarepodcast #healthcareindustry #healthcarebusiness #healthcarepolicy #mentalhealth #telehealth #anxiety #depression #health #besthealthcarepodcasts
August 9, 2022
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August 9, 2022
In this episode, Fabrizio Billi, Director of Orthopedic Research at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, discusses six papers on Artificial Intelligence and Robotics as part of the 2022 DocSF Digital Orthopedics Conference in a two-part panel with experts in health tech and orthopedics.
He is first joined by Peter Schilling, assistant professor of orthopedic surgery at Dartmouth-Hitchcock, and Thomas Peterson, director of UCSF Reach Informatics Core and the Laboratory for Digital and Computational Health Sciences in the Orthopedic Surgery Department. They discuss three papers on artificial intelligence used for prediction and optimization, the definition of the most appropriate machine learning models, and the role of synthetic data. They predict AI tools will make doctors’ and clinicians’ practices more manageable and help them make more accurate predictions in the future.
For the second part of the panel, he is joined by Stefan Kreuzer, an orthopedic surgeon from Innovate Orthopedics in Houston, and Jennifer McCaney, a mechanical engineer innovator and Executive Director of UCLA Biodesign. They discuss three papers on surgery robotics, automation, and precision enhancement for recognition and improvement of gestures and movements. They predict that doctors will be able to create better delivery models with robotic solutions, improve implant design with 3D printing, increase precision and automate more surgical procedures.
Join this fantastic conversation about artificial intelligence and robotics at the 2022 DocSF Digital Orthopedics Conference, and learn how these tools can make practices easier and won't replace your jobs!
August 9, 2022
Kim Ross is a Certified Nutrition Specialist, Certified Dietitian Nutritionist (NY), Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist (FL) and Institute for Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner.
In this interview, she highlights numerous ways in which women can improve their health naturally. Listen in to learn about:
What nutrients do hormones need?
How can a nutritionist help with hormone imbalance?
Nutrition vs Dieting: What is the Difference?
How to make incremental shifts in your eating and lifestyle to decrease toxins and increase health
What are the symptoms of malnutrition?
“To simplify it, women have a natural rhythm. We function on a moon cycle (a menstrual cycle) in addition to our circadian rhythm, which repeats approximately every 24 hours. When we sleep, eat and move our bodies actually does matter. We have a lot of ups and downs with our hormones throughout the month. What you eat changes that affect. What time you eat and how you eat changes that. If you eat in a good mood or bad mood, that affects things. Our organs detoxify at different times. Our cortisol hormones, in addition to other hormones, increase and decrease at certain times. Our body temperature increases and decreases at certain times.
We need to listen to the female intuition as to how our bodies are functioning. I think that people could listen better to what their body needs. If you’re craving something like sugar, maybe you need vitamin C or water. Listening to what you’re craving tells you what nutrients your body might need.
Also, respecting and paying attention to the hormonal cycle, which affects the decisions we make every day.” - Kim Ross
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August 9, 2022
Quisha Umemba, MPH, BSN, RN, CDCES, joins us to discuss the serious impact of stress on people with cardiometabolic conditions like diabetes and prediabetes. You’ll hear how chronic stress can complicate self-management and care, and how a person’s behaviors in response to stress can either hinder or help their health. Tune in for practical tips and resources to help you identify signs of toxic stress in your patients and improve their healthy coping skills.ResourcesDiversity in Diabetes Website: https://www.diversityindiabetes.org/American Psychological Association Fact Sheet on Health Disparities and Stress: https://www.apa.org/topics/racism-bias-discrimination/health-disparities-stress
August 9, 2022