Subscribe
#15 Our new COVID-19 world with Greenway's Dr. Geeta Nayyar

The Redox Podcast

#15 Our new COVID-19 world with Greenway's Dr. Geeta Nayyar

April 2, 2020

#15 Our new COVID-19 world with Greenway's Dr. Geeta Nayyar

With COVID-19 dominating world events, Dr. Geeta Nayyar generously shared her time, insights and advice with Niko Skievaski. Doctor Nayyar is the chief medical officer for Greenway Health and a nationally recognized leader in health information technology. Prior to joining Greenway, she held positions as chief healthcare and innovation officer at Femwell Group Health and CMIO at AT&T. In addition to her business responsibilities, Dr. Nayyar is a practicing rheumatologist and maintains faculty affiliation with the University of Miami, where she teaches at the medical school. Doctor Nayyar is the author of the mobile health chapter in the HIMSS Medical Informatics textbook and is a six-time HIMSS Digital Influencer. 

The conversation is fascinating from start to finish – here are a few chapter sections.

02:12 – COVID-19 has changed things for everyone.

12:18 – Where is technology’s place in this pandemic?

16:46 – When will the curve be flattened?

18:44 – How long might this last?

25:19 – We didn’t do a good job of translating the problem.

26:20 – Pay attention to Dr. Fauci and the CDC guidelines.

31:36 – Social distancing activities

It is astonishing to witness the skill and selfless commitment of healthcare workers around the world as they fight every day to provide the best possible care for their patients during these gut-wrenching days.

Our thanks to Dr. Geeta Nayyar for sharing her expertise with us on The Redox Podcast.

Listen on your favorite player

New to Podcasts? It's easy to get started!

You may also like

The Latest Health Podcasts. Delivered to Your Inbox.

Proudly supported by:

cover
Javier Lozano - Market-Creating Innovation for Diabetes Care an inspiring conversation with Javier Lozano, Founder and CEO of Clínicas del Azúcar, a growing chain of "one-stop shops" for diabetes care in Mexico.