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A Health Podyssey goes beyond the pages of Health Affairs to tell stories behind the research and share policy implications.

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The MedMan Podcast is focused on helping medical practice managers level up their practice.

Health Affairs This Week

Health Affairs editors discuss this week's most pressing health policy news.

Until It’s Fixed

A health care innovation podcast, presented by Optum.

HIMSSCast

A weekly news and analysis podcast from the folks behind Healthcare IT News, MobiHealthNews, and Healthcare Finance News.

Once Upon A Gene

True stories of raising rare kiddos

Bright Spots in Healthcare

Find a bright spot ... and clone it!

HealthXL – The Digital Health Podcast

A podcast dedicated to meeting the global movers and shakers of the Digital Health Community.

Confessions of Health Geeks

A health industry podcast focused on technological innovations.

Med Tech Monday

A podcast series covering Trends, Technologies, Entrepreneurship, and Innovations coming out of the Medical Technologies Space

Medvale Radio

...inspiring ideas to make the world healthier

FemTech Focus

Femtech experts talk about the innovative technology, services, and products that are improving women's health and wellness.

Femtech Insider

The makers and shakers who push the boundaries for advancements in women’s health every day

Impossible Healthcare

Two physicians who speak with thought leaders driving healthcare forward.

Health Unchained

Health Unchained hosts conversations with blockchain/healthcare professionals who are disrupting the health industry.

Talking HealthTech

Discussions with doctors, developers and decision-makers in Australian HealthTech

A Sherpa’s Guide to Innovation

The Innovation Engine at Atrium Health

DOCSF – Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco

Bridging the worlds of digital health and clinical orthopaedics to catalyze the adoption of technology in musculoskeletal care

Frontiers Health Podcast

Discover and enjoy some of the key sessions from the Frontiers Health Conference.

Faces of Digital Health

A podcast about digital health and how healthcare systems adopt technologies.

Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli

Conversations with the innovators, game changers, and PIONEERS who are deeply passionate and relentless in solving the problems that our world is facing!

Digital Health Today with Jen Lannon

Join host Jen Lannon to get the best insights into femtech and what everyone in health innovation should know about it.

Digital Health Today – Asia Pacific Edition with Tony Estrella

Join host Tony Estrella in Singapore as he speaks to leaders and organizations driving health innovation and transformation in Asia Pacific.

Shot of Digital Health Therapy

Meticulously Unproduced - by Eugene Borukhovich and Jim Joyce

Digital Health Today 360° with Dan Kendall

Digital Health Today features the innovators, leaders and pioneers transforming health and wellness.

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The Danger of Too Many Direct Reports with Jesse Arnoldson

How many direct reports are enough? Managers and leaders often have this question in mind when working. Jay and Jesse discuss this topic thoroughly based on their experience at MedMan. Even though the amount of reports depends on the practice one is managing, they are essential for decision-making. With this in mind, the amount recommended by Jesse is between 7 and 10. They have implemented several techniques at the clinics to improve the direct report system, like a roundabout analogy and schedule templates. Also, they talk about motivation and how keeping the team’s spirit up is an instant pathway to a good job. Join our two hosts in this conversation and see which advice you can implement at work! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
May 18, 2021
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The Danger of Too Many Direct Reports with Jesse Arnoldson

How many direct reports are enough? Managers and leaders often have this question in mind when working. Jay and Jesse discuss this topic thoroughly based on their experience at MedMan. Even though the amount of reports depends on the practice one is managing, they are essential for decision-making. With this in mind, the amount recommended by Jesse is between 7 and 10. They have implemented several techniques at the clinics to improve the direct report system, like a roundabout analogy and schedule templates. Also, they talk about motivation and how keeping the team’s spirit up is an instant pathway to a good job. Join our two hosts in this conversation and see which advice you can implement at work! For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
May 18, 2021
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Effisode – Unexpected Moments in the Stairwell

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May 18, 2021
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Ep21: Investing in Prescription DTx

Edward Kliphuis says his love for investing in digital health comes from his love of "playing with toys" and imagining the possible benefit to health outcomes if "damn cool" solutions are scaled significantly.  M Ventures backs many impressive companies-- like BioLink, Sonde Health, and Akili. In this episode, Ed talks to Eugene about M Ventures' founding philosophy (how to cut delayed feedback cycles, which M Ventures views as the biggest threat to humanity), approach to investing, and discusses some of the drivers of capital injections in the DTx space. Also, Ed offers his insight into what makes for a truly successful DTx company. >>Click here to read the transcript Guest Links and Resources: Connect with Edward Kliphuis: LinkedIn Visit Amadeus Capital Partners: Twitter | LinkedIn | Website Host Links and Resources: Connect with Eugene Borukhovich: Twitter | LinkedIn Follow Eugene's journey of writing his first book: Hard Pill to Swallow Connect with YourCoach.health: Website | Twitter Subscribe to Exits & Outcomes Brian Dolan: Twitter | LinkedIn HealthXL: Website | Twitter | Join an Event Follow Digital Health Today: Browse Episodes | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram Follow Health Podcast Network: Browse Shows | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Digital Health Today is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Thank you to: Bayer G4A Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Takeda Roche
May 18, 2021
>Click here to read the transcript Guest Links and Resources: Connect with Edward Kliphuis: LinkedIn Visit Amadeus Capital Partners: Twitter | LinkedIn | Website Host Links and Resources: Connect with Eugene Borukhovich: Twitter | LinkedIn Follow Eugene's journey of writing his first book: Hard Pill to Swallow Connect with YourCoach.health: Website | Twitter Subscribe to Exits & Outcomes Brian Dolan: Twitter | LinkedIn HealthXL: Website | Twitter | Join an Event Follow Digital Health Today: Browse Episodes | Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram Follow Health Podcast Network: Browse Shows | LinkedIn | Twitter | Facebook | Instagram Digital Health Today is made possible by the support of our sponsors. Thank you to: Bayer G4A Cedars-Sinai Accelerator Takeda Roche " data-cover="https://megaphone.imgix.net/podcasts/290fd35e-b73c-11eb-b0de-273dfed6130d/image/dht-dtx-edward-kliphuis-1080x1080.png?ixlib=rails-2.1.2&max-w=3000&max-h=3000&fit=crop&auto=format,compress">
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Lowering Medicare eligibility may improve cancer outcomes

"I think we need to step back first before we even ask the policy question and ask this simple question, is it okay in the United States to die of cancer simply because you don't have health insurance?" - Dr. Gerard SilvestriCancer is a leading cause of death in the United States. Although there have been declines in cancer deaths in recent years, improvements have not been equally distributed across the population.The risk of cancer increases with age and nearly a quarter of all new cancers diagnosed each year in the US occur among those aged 55 to 64 years old. At age 65, most Americans gain Medicare coverage, creating a ready comparison of cancer outcomes between those just below age 65 — who may have private insurance, Medicaid, or are uninsured — and those above 65 who are on Medicare.The relationship between insurance coverage and cancer outcomes is the subject of this episode of A Health Podyssey.  Dr. Gerard Silvestri, a professor of thoracic oncology at the Medical University of South Carolina, joins the program to discuss a paper he and co-authors published in the May 2021 issue of Health Affairs wherein they found significantly worse survival rates for uninsured patients ages 60 to 64 in comparison to Medicare beneficiaries.Listen to Alan Weil interview Gerard Silvestri on cancer outcomes among Medicare beneficiaries and their younger, uninsured counterparts.Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Stitcher | Google Podcasts
May 18, 2021
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139 – Streamlining the COVID vaccine response using technology; Tom Spacek, HotDoc

Tom Spacek is the co-founder and CTO of HotDoc. He is responsible for everything product and engineering at HotDoc. Tom’s been creating software since he was a kid and is all about applying his experience in business and software to solve real-world problems in healthcare. HotDoc is Australia's largest patient engagement platform with 18,000 GPs & 1 in 4 Australian's booking their doctor's appointments via HotDoc. In this episode, Pete and Tom talk about technology and vaccine management in Australia. They look at where we are now and where we are going This episode helps us to understand how technology can make any vaccination process more manageable from start to finish. It also provides us with an insider look at various HotDoc vaccination stats.  Check out the episode and full show notes here. To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at HotDoc, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here.  Loving the show?  Leave us a review, and share it with some friends, become a THT+ Member for early release, ad-free and bonus episodes of the podcast, access to our online community forum, and free tickets to our quarterly summits.  For more information visit here.
May 17, 2021
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The power of professional development and support for nurse innovators.

Jennifferre Mancillas, COO and co-founder of Lumify Care discusses the power of nurse led hackathons and a changing culture that supports nurse led innovations. Video and Transcript here
May 17, 2021
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Twilio Presents: Consumerization in Healthcare for Patients and Providers

Susan Collins, Twilio’s Global Head of Healthcare Services, joins us to discuss the changing landscape of healthcare and the need to consider both the provider and patient when thinking about consumerization. Learn about strategies healthcare organizations can take to create a sustainable patient-centric experience that enhances value-based care.
May 17, 2021
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Revolutionizing Infection Prevention with Grant Morgan

Revolutionizing Infection Prevention with Grant Morgan
May 17, 2021
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TMRW's remote automated platform for frozen eggs and embryos – Episode 116

Melanie Goldey is the COO & CFO at TMRW Life Sciences, a fertility tech company bringing safety, security, and automation to the long-term care and storage of the frozen eggs and embryos at the heart of nearly every IVF birth. Before TMRW, Melanie was CFO at Refinery29, where she led the company’s merger with Vice Media Group, creating the largest digital media company in the world, valued at over $4 billion. Prior to Refinery29, Melanie was an executive at Everyday Health, a multi-platform digital healthcare company using data and technology to service patients, professionals, payers, and providers. There, she helped grow the company’s capabilities through acquisitions, a $100 million IPO, and ultimately to acquisition by J2 Global/Ziff Davis for nearly $500 million. Melanie was previously a technology banker at J.P. Morgan. Melanie graduated with her BA in Economics from Wellesley. We discussed the power of community combined with technology, the egg freezing and thawing process, democratizing IVF and fertility services and women in STEM. Check out TMRW at www.tmrw.org Rate, Review & Subscribe!
May 17, 2021
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Ep. 82: Open-Source Enterprise – Brian Behlendorf (Executive Director of Hyperledger)

Brian Behlendorf is the Executive Director of the Hyperledger project hosted by the Linux Foundation. He’s written and spoken extensively on open-source software development and communities. In 1999, he co-founded the Apache Software foundation, a non-profit that supports several open source project around key internet technologies. Brian has served on the board of the Mozilla foundation since 2003 and was CTO at the World economic forum. Hyperledger was started in 2015 by the Linux Foundation and hosts some of the most popular enterprise-grade distributed ledger platforms like Hyperledger Fabric, Besu, Indy, and Sawtooth. Brian's Twitter: https://twitter.com/brianbehlendorf Brian's Wikipedia page: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brian_Behlendorf Hyperledger Website: https://www.hyperledger.org/use Show Notes •Brian's background •When did you first learn about blockchain? •How do you compare the current blockchain revolution to the internet revolution of the 90s? •Linux Foundation involvement in healthcare •Launching Hyperledger •What excites you most about the Hyperledger network and its community? •Does the lack of a native cryptocurrency mean there's less incentivize for Hyperledger developers compared to other smart contract DLTs like Ethereum? Or is it a scaling advantage for Hyperledger? •How close are we to a global self-sovereign identity solution? Indy project •Future of identity •Selective disclosure •BBS+ signatures, •Can we expect real privacy and protection from government surveillance in the future? •WHO Vaccine cards historical insight •Public vs. Private DLT - how to choose the right level of openness for business applications? •How important is community and stakeholder governance when developing a DLT solutions? Philosophical/Personal •What do you believe in that most people would disagree with? •(Not to get political) how can technology be used to address drug taboos in our society? •In your view, what would it take for Bitcoin to lose it's #1 place in total network value (in USD)? •Will you be attending Burning Man this year? •Favorite book that has influenced you – The Making of the Atomic Bomb by Richard Rhodes •If you had to have micro chip implanted in your body, where would you want it to be implanted? •DAW (digital audio workstation) of choice – MIXX, OBS, Twitch •Is it fair to have an open network where people can join with equal voting rights without any previous investment or effort into a project? •Key Takeaways News Corner https://www.coindesk.com/microsoft-azure-service-blockchain-close Microsoft has decided to terminate its Azure-based blockchain-as-a-service platform. According to a recent blog post, Microsoft announced, they have been quietly informing customers on the best way to migrate their data to an alternative of their choosing by Sept. 10. Support for new deployments or member creations has also been discontinued. No official reason for their decision has been shared by the company. In late January 2016, Microsoft offered Azure's DevTest Labs so that Blockchain-related services and partners can decouple the Blockchain technology from virtual machines. Microsoft's short-term goal for the Azure BaaS was to make available a certified blockchain marketplace. The recommended migration destination is ConsenSys Quorum Blockchain Service. Users also could opt to self-manage their blockchains using Virtual Machines. Health Unchained Links Website: https://healthunchained.org Telegram: t.me/healthunchained Twitter: twitter.com/Healthunchaind
May 17, 2021
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F132 What's The State of Cybersecurity In Healthcare? (Lee Kim)

Phishing, Whaling, and exposure of patient data are a rising occurrence of the increasingly digitalized healthcare systems. 2020 saw more data breaches than previous years. What are the basics to know? Lee Kim is Director of Privacy and Security at HIMSS. In this episode, she talks about the basics of cybersecurity every individual should know, she presents the state of cybersecurity in healthcare and the outlook. Episode Summary: www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/f132-whats-the-state-of-cybersecurity-in-healthcare-lee-kim See the video interview on Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kv1SM38siyo&t=25s
May 14, 2021
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Security at smart hospitals — with Thanos Drougkas

Smart hospital rooms are on the horizon, with some medical centers already rolling them out. In addition to cost and logistics as limiting factors, health systems must consider cybersecurity and resilience when implementing smart room technology.  On today's episode HITN Senior Editor Kat Jercich speaks with Thanos Drougkas, a network and information security expert at the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA).This is part three of a three-part podcast series on hospital network security brought to you by Aruba Networks.Talking points:What is a smart hospital?Advantages of remote patient monitoring and smart hospital techSecurity challenges of smart hospitalsCybersecurity threats: Looking beyond the malicious outsiderHow the pandemic has affected smart hospitalsHow cybersecurity threats can impact patient careBest practices for smart hospital securityMore about this episode:Understanding smart hospitals and why most aren't there yetSmart buildings present a unique healthcare cybersecurity threatHow to assess the security of hospital IoTHow healthcare organizations can enhance RPM security, resiliency
May 14, 2021
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Top Stories for 5/14

CaptureRx ransomware attack exposes patient information from multiple provider systems; Insurers are concerned that telehealth reimbursement parity may lead to overutilization. Also: Bigfoot Biomedical receives FDA clearance for its Bigfoot Unity Diabetes Management System.Links to the stories:Thousands of patient records exposed after ransomware attack on CaptureRxTelehealth reimbursement parity spurs insurer concerns of overutilizationFDA greenlights Bigfoot Biomedical's insulin recommending diabetes management system
May 14, 2021
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Three unanswered questions for telehealth's future

The COVID-19 pandemic reshaped the telehealth landscape. Many physicians and patients had their first experience with a telehealth visit as lockdown measures limited in-person physician offices. Many questions remain whether the telehealth explosion is a flash-in-the-pan success or if it will have long-lasting changes in patient visit behaviors. Health Affairs' Chris Fleming and Rob Lott join Health Affairs This Week to discuss a recently published series of blog articles on the topic and unpack the biggest questions regarding the future of telehealth, including:  Should Medicare continue payment parity? Where does payment reform stand on telehealth? What are current barriers affecting implementation of telehealth?  Related Links: The Coming Conflict Over Tele-Visits: The Need For Innovation In Payment And Information Sharing (Health Affairs Blog) Understanding The Case For Telehealth Payment Parity (Health Affairs Blog) Congress: Act Now To Ensure Telehealth Access For Medicare Benefits (Health Affairs Blog) Mutual Recognition Of Physician Licensure By States Would Provide For Better Patient Care (Health Affairs Blog) How Telehealth Can Enable New Care Management Strategies In Alternative Payment Models (Health Affairs Blog) Subscribe: RSS | Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Castro | Stitcher | Deezer | Overcast
May 14, 2021
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Why Is Change So Hard? with Jason Ormond, Holly Davis, and Nathan Scholes.

Change can be something difficult or challenging, but it will always be necessary. We know life isn’t as static as we would want it to be. But having a change once in a while is good. Change management can be a whole conversation to have with teammates. Sometimes things happen so fast that the ability to adapt is a must to achieve what we plan. Keeping the team in a positive mindset is part of the leader’s job. This also happens inside companies when things go wrong. In this panel-like conversation, Jason, Holly, Nathan, and Jesse discuss the best practices and advice in change management. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
May 13, 2021
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Why Is Change So Hard? with Jason Ormond, Holly Davis, and Nathan Scholes.

Change can be something difficult or challenging, but it will always be necessary. We know life isn’t as static as we would want it to be. But having a change once in a while is good. Change management can be a whole conversation to have with teammates. Sometimes things happen so fast that the ability to adapt is a must to achieve what we plan. Keeping the team in a positive mindset is part of the leader’s job. This also happens inside companies when things go wrong. In this panel-like conversation, Jason, Holly, Nathan, and Jesse discuss the best practices and advice in change management. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
May 13, 2021
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Rare Disease – The Ultimate Special Teams with Uplifting Athletes with Rob Long

ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 082  Rare Disease - The Ultimate Special Teams with Uplifting Athletes with Rob Long Rob Long is the Executive Director at Uplifting Athletes and is a rare brain cancer survivor. His passion and drive for Uplifting Athletes makes him an inspirational hero and he fights relentlessly everyday so others don't have to face challenges in isolation.  EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS Can you share your story about discovering a rare illness in college? In my senior year at Syracuse University, I was focused on the NFL city I was going to end up in and I was one of the best football players in the country in the draft that year. Through my senior year, I wasn't feeling like myself. I had sensitivity to light, I was ill in the mornings and had headaches almost every day. I disregarded the symptoms until one morning I woke up really sick and saw a doctor. I got an MRI which revealed a large growth in my brain. I saw a specialist the next day and a few hours later was on a plane home to see a neurosurgeon. How did your diagnosis leave you feeling?  I had never felt so alone and isolated, but at the same time, I knew my teammates and the football community were there to support me. There was nothing anything could say to provide comfort. I just wanted a doctor to tell me that I was going to be alright, and no doctor was able to tell me that. No matter how supportive my friends, family and teammates were, my time was finite and it was a challenging experience. Where did you find support? It was a journey. For so long, I tried to escape my reality through football. Despite my diagnosis and treatment protocol, I maintained the idea that I wanted to play football in the NFL and I wasn't going to let cancer determine when I was done playing or living my life. That attitude kept me going and I kept training and kept working out to stay healthy. I wanted to find a way to cure cancer through making it to the NFL and raising a lot of money. It wasn't until later that I discovered I was suffering from PTSD and mental health issues that stemmed from my diagnosis. When I connected with a mental health professional, I found ways to talk through what I experienced and get the help I needed and change my life for the better.  What is Uplifting Athletes? Uplifting Athletes is a nonprofit organization and we work to serve the rare disease community to inspire hope through the power of sport. We developed a program to uniquely impact rare disease research through the Young Investigator Draft program. We draft, support, celebrate and fund the top rare disease researchers across the country to honor the work they're doing and fund rare disease research. Patient advocacy organizations nominate rare disease researchers to be recognized by Uplifting Athletes for the Young Investigator Draft. LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED Uplifting Athletes https://www.upliftingathletes.org/ Young Investigator Draft https://www.upliftingathletes.org/young-investigator-draft Seattle Rare Disease Fair Virtual Conference (2021) http://rarediseasefair.com/?p=164 CONNECT WITH EFFIE PARKS Website https://effieparks.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/OnceUponAGene Instagram https://www.instagram.com/onceuponagene.podcast/?hl=en Built Ford Tough Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1877643259173346/    
May 13, 2021
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Cultivating Health Coaching with Marina Borukhovich

Cultivating Health Coaching with Marina Borukhovich
May 13, 2021
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Shot of #DigitalHealth Therapy – Jonah Comstock

In this birthday edition of #TheShot of #DigitalHealth Therapy, Jim Joyce offered me to postpone the show to Thursday, but our millions of listeners would be disappointed and this would have broken our tradition - the show must always go on! So today we got to hang with Jonah Comstock, Editor-in-Chief for HIMSS Media : 🗞 Unpopular opinion: Funding rounds are NOT everything.. 🗞 The phases of #digitalhealth 🗞 Next generation of virtual care 🗞 "1M point solutions for 1M conditions" 🗞 Tip to entrepreneurs for pitching journalists HINT: journalists are people too 🗞 oh and... i busted on Dan Vahdat and Huma's $130M round Fun mentions as always: Christina Farr Matthew Holt Jessica DaMassa Paul Sonnier Michelle Longmire Jay Parkinson, MD, MPH Ritesh Patel Brian Dolan Daniel Couchman Kendall
May 12, 2021
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138 – Telehealth: Sustaining the change (Live at the 2021 Autumn Summit); Berne Gibbons – InfoMedix, Silvia Pfeiffer – Coviu, Vidya Nallamad – NetHealth, Kirsty Garrett – Doctors on Demand

Telehealth seems a permanent fixture to how healthcare is delivered now.  But how do we sustain the change?  What is the next phase of evolution here regarding telehealth? In this session, recorded at the Talking HealthTech Autumn Summit in March 2021, Berne Gibbons Head of Business Innovation and Partnerships: InfoMedix moderates a panel discussion with Silvia Pfeiffer CEO: Coviu, Vidya Nallamad Founder & CEO: NetHealth Kirsty Garrett CEO, Doctors on Demand. Visit here for access to all sessions from the Talking HealthTech Autumn Summit.
May 12, 2021
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E92: Liz Markle of Open Source Wellness – Community is Medicine

Liz Markle PhD believes innovation in health and wellness isn't a new pill or superfood or wearable but a return to the universally applicable and radically simple advice to move, nourish, connect, and be. Tired of patients not making progress in between doctor visits, Liz wanted to make it easier for people to design their lives so that healthy behaviors were the default. Enter Open Source Wellness, a "behavioral pharmacy" that is high-touch and powered by connection, leading to health transformation. Listen to learn more about: Liz's career arc The genesis story of Open Source WellnessOSW's business modelHow a hypothetical $10b grant from the Gates Foundation would scale OSWVideo: What is Open Source Wellness?Credit to Mad*Pow and the Health Experience Design Conference for making the connection.On Twitter:@[email protected]@[email protected]@JayGerhartSupport the show (https://healthpodcastnetwork.com/)
May 12, 2021
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Mount Carmel's Women's Heart Program treating the hearts of every woman – Episode 115

Dr. Amrita Karve is the Co-Founder and Co-Director of Women's Heart Program at Mount Carmel Health System. Dr. Karve, MD, FACC, is a cardiologist at Mount Carmel Health System, a large private community health system in Columbus, Ohio. The Women's Heart Program was created to increase awareness of heart disease in women, reduce gender disparities in diagnosis and treatment, and to provide a concierge experience for women of all socioeconomic classes to be more engaged in their health. Dr. Karve is a member and guest speaker for the American Heart Association and is board-certified in internal medicine, cardiovascular disease, and echocardiography. Her special interests include women's health and innovative clinical approaches to obesity medicine. She graduated Magna Cum Laude from George Washington University's BA/MD program in 2004, completed her residency in internal medicine at the University of Michigan in 2014, and cardiology fellowship at Ohio State University in 2017. We discussed underdiagnosis for women's heart diseases, risk factors for women's heart diseases and the women's heart program at the Mount Carmel Health System. Check out The Women's Heart Program at the Mount Carmel Health System at https://www.mountcarmelhealth.com/find-a-service-or-specialty/womens-heart-program/ Rate, Review & Subscribe!
May 12, 2021
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Decreasing delayed diagnosis of breast cancer with Gabbi – Episode 114

Kaitlin Christine is the CEO & Founder of Gabbi, a FemTech company aiming to solve delayed diagnosis of preventable diseases that affect women, starting with breast cancer. Kaitlin is a breast cancer survivor and ovarian cancer previvor who has made it her life's mission to empower women to understand their bodies and advocate for themselves. Kaitlin has spent over 9 years in women’s health--working for leading nonprofits, as a sought after national speaker, was the youngest hire for the world’s leading genetic testing company where she led sales and eventually transitioned to a role as a hereditary cancer specialist, and most recently was the VP of Growth for an e-commerce marketing startup. Kaitlin earned her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Denver. We discussed Kaitlin's personal journey with breast cancer, barriers to entry in healthcare, gaps in awareness and innovation for breast cancer. Check out Gabbi at www.begabbi.com Rate, Review & Subscribe!
May 12, 2021
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Cultivating Health Coaching with Marina Borukhovich After receiving her breast cancer diagnosis, our next guest made it her mission to help others by earning her health coaching certification, which guided her to discover an opportunity to innovate in the increasingly important field of health coaching.