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Up Next for Patient Safety

Untangling the Paths to Safer Health Care

Her Story

Envisioning the Leadership Possibilities in Healthcare

Sports Medicine Weekly with Dr. Brian Cole

The Sports Enthusiast's Official Resource for Fitness, Nutrition, Injury Prevention and Treatment

Day Zero

Exploring the Entrepreneurial Journey of Healthcare Founders.

Digital Health 101

This podcast dives into the organizational and structural requirements for successful transformation to a new health paradigm.

The Gary Bisbee Show

The Gary Bisbee Show is a weekly podcast discussing how leading health system CEOs and healthcare leaders are navigating the evolving healthcare landscape while leading high-performing teams and driving innovation across the industry.

Digisection

The anatomy of digital health.

HIMSSCast

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

Bright Spots in Healthcare

Find a bright spot ... and clone it!

The Healthcare Solutions Project

The Healthcare Solutions Project features interviews with healthcare innovators.

Confessions of Health Geeks

A health industry podcast focused on technological innovations.

Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast

Where healthcare leaders see their problems and challenges through a brand-new lens.

Health Unchained

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

HIT Like a Girl

Amplifying the voices and achievements of women in Health IT

This Week In Health IT

For the Next Generation of Health IT Leaders

The Redox Podcast

Explore some of the biggest problems in healthcare, and hear from industry leaders about how technology is being deployed to solve them.

Latest Episodes

34: Bringing Clinical Trials to the Patient, with Jodi Akin, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Hawthorne Effect, Inc.

Meet Jodi Akin: Jodi Akin is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Hawthorne Effect, a software service that  streamlines and decentralizes clinical trials. She is an Angle Investor and Advisor for Astia, Board  member for 510 Kardiac Devices, Inc., and the Chief Scientific Advisor for PiCardia, Inc. Previously,  she was the Vice President of Global Clinical Affairs at Edwards Lifesciences LLC. Jodi received a  Bachelor’s in Diplomacy, Economics and International Affairs from Georgetown University, and a  Master of Science in Nursing from Pace University. Key Insights: The Hawthorne Effect is changing the ecosystem of clinical trials. Defining Entrepreneurship. Entrepreneurship is an attitude, not a stage of a company, according to Jodi. She didn’t set out to simply found a company, rather she felt a gravitational pull, a compulsion, to fix an aspect of healthcare. (10:39) Improved Patient Adherence. Hawthorne Effect brings clinical trials to the patient’s own home, rather than requiring the patient to go to a physical research institution. This removes transportation challenges for the patient, which increases adherence. Jodi cites that 97-98% of their patients adhere to clinical trials. (15:48) Hawthorne Heroes. Decentralized clinical trials are made possible by a gig network of medical professionals. This allows for geographically diverse trials, and these Heroes have additional opportunities for certification and training for different types of trials, with roles that range from patient visits to trial investigators. (18:03)This episode is hosted by Gary Bisbee, Ph.D. He is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Think  Medium. Relevant Links:Learn more about Hawthorne Effect Read “Startup Improves Clinical Trial Process To Ensure Better Healthcare For All” by  Forbes Listen to “Hawthorne Effect Founder and CEO Jodi Akin” on VatorNews podcasts
May 17, 2022
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Fortinet presents: Healthcare Expanding Landscape and Cyber Threats

Health Systems and Life Sciences organizations continue to be exposed to ransomware attacks during the global pandemic with increased impact to patient care and exposure to large global integrated health delivery systems. Patients have recognized significant patient care impacts such as rescheduled surgeries, increased patient wait times, delayed COVID-19 test results, and challenges filling prescription medications.  This presentation will provide healthcare executives a guide to understanding how their organization is positioned to protect against emerging ransomware threats.
May 16, 2022
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Alana McGolrick is a Self-professed Fetal Monitoring Geek

In this episode, Joy chats with Alana McGolrick, Chief Nursing Officer at PeriGen, a perinatal decision support system. Their AI-powered early warning system gets applied to the laboring patient and helps read the fetal heart events, trends, uterine activity, progress in labor and also helps to graph and trend the maternal vital signs, which helps clinicians at the bedside with decision making related to the patient. Her work is focused on reducing preventable maternal and newborn deaths using technology and AI to support labor and delivery activities. In this conversation, she shares how the PeriGen Vigillence product removes the bias that a doctor or nurse might have when looking at the mom or the fetal heartbeat by providing objective assessments.
May 16, 2022
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Why physician-owned practices may boost EHR satisfaction – with Dr. Richard Baron

The connection between EHRs and physician satisfaction – and, by extension, clinician burnout – is one that has been well-explored over the past few years. And the COVID-19 pandemic has only made those issues more relevant. Dr. Richard Baron, president and CEO of the American Board of Internal Medicine and the ABIM foundation, joined Healthcare IT News Senior Editor Kat Jercich to discuss his recent JAMA Network Open commentary about why some physicians may be happier with their EHRs than others – and what organizations might do about it.Talking points:-People in physician-owned practices report higher EHR satisfaction-Clinicians feeling technology is done to them, not for them-The clinical purpose of an EHR gets lost-How owning a practice makes a difference-The burnout from "inbox overload"-Using EHRs to answer broader population health questions-Connecting technology to physician success-The effect of COVID-19 on burnout-What organizations can doMore about this episode:EHRs are still a mess for physicians, but change is comingPatient messages via Epic increased during COVID-19, raising burnout concernsFemale physicians spent 33 more minutes per day in EHRsEHR satisfaction: A better way is possibleMayo Clinic study links EHR usability with clinician burnoutKLAS: Clinician burnout is a worldwide problem
May 13, 2022
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Anna Basevich Empowers Larger Health Systems to Interpret & Respond to Data

In this episode, recorded at HIMSS22, Joy sits down with Anna Basevich, the VP of Enterprise Partnerships at Arcadia. She speaks our love language by helping healthcare organizations aggregate and use data to improve population health. There's magic in showing stakeholders close-to-real-time data on performance metrics that matter to them. One example is closing care gaps in breast cancer screenings and then showing the organization how to engage the population that needs support. Brilliant! Impactful!
May 13, 2022
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A Journey Through the Career of Charles Boicey: Clinician to Data Informatics

May 13, 2022: Today we walk through the impressive resume of https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlesboicey/ (Charles Boicey), Chief Innovation Officer at https://clearsense.com/ (Clearsense). Beginning as a Paramedic, moving to Nursing and working at the LA county USC Medical Center in the 80s and 90s in the thick of a unit filled with gunshots, stabbings and other mayhem from man versus man. Moving on to Nurse Manager, Senior Clinical Project Manager. Completing Computer Science, Technology and Management degrees. Next was Clinical Informatics Officer then Informatics Solutions Architect at UCI followed by Co-Founder and Chief Innovation Officer for Social Health Insights. Charles is currently a Professor at Stony Brook and leader of Clearsense. He believes the doctor of the future will give no medication, but in the interest of patients give care of the human frame in diet and the cause and prevention of disease. Charles is dedicating his career to engaging people, not in healthcare, but in health. Key Points: The number one thing that's tweeted about hospitals is …. food! The end product isn't what's in your head. It's what the clinical staff needs. Technology is improving exponentially and the need for technology is exponential. What does it look like when data governance is done right? https://clearsense.com/ (Clearsense)
May 13, 2022
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Systemic Solutions

Where have efforts to reconstruct patient safety failed and what opportunities exist to remake the landscape of patient safety? How can advances in data technologies and systems thinking help us revolutionize over the next decade? Join host Karen Wolk Feinstein and esteemed guests Dr. Kathleen Sutcliffe, Bloomberg Distinguished Professor at Johns Hopkins University, and Dr. Vivian Lee, president of health platforms at Verily Life Sciences, for a glimpse into the potential for a collaborative, tech-enabled transformation of healthcare safety. View show notes and a transcript of this episode here.
May 12, 2022
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63: Ohio: Pandemic Response and Public Health Lessons, with Bruce Vanderhoff, M.D., Director, Ohio Department of Health

Meet Bruce Vanderhoff, M.D.:Bruce Vanderhoff, M.D. is the Director of the Ohio Department of Health. Before his directorship, he was the department’s Chief Medical Officer. Prior to that, Dr. Vanderhoff served in a variety of roles at OhioHealth, including the Senior VP, Chief Medical Officer, and VP of Medical Education, Quality, and Patient Safety. He also practiced as a family medicine physician. Dr. Vanderhoff received his M.D. from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from Franklin University.Key Insights:Dr. Vanderhoff dives into pandemic management and leadership lessons from a state government perspective.Ohio’s Vax-a-Million. Dr. Vanderhoff described the design behind Ohio’s vaccine lottery. The goal was to incentivize people that were inclined to get the vaccine, but hadn’t done so yet. Two weeks after the program was announced, there was a 28% increase in the number of people getting vaccinated. (3:33)Lessons for Public Health. Dr. Vanderhoff emphasized that we cannot predict all potential public health threats. However, we know that people who are healthy are better able to weather pandemics and other health challenges compared to people who are unhealthy. Thus, improving the overall health of people is a crucial part of preparation for future public health threats. (19:58)Problem Solving Methodology. To achieve big goals, Dr. Vanderhoff recommends designing a plan that is iterative, that breaks down the problem into smaller steps. He also points to the importance of understanding lived experience. Seek out perspectives from workers on the frontlines before formulating solutions to their problems. (33:35)Relevant Links:Read more about Dr. VanderhoffRead “DeWine names Dr. Bruce Vanderhoff as the Ohio Department of Health's new director”
May 12, 2022
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Stephanie Hillman Takes a Systems Approach to Healthcare Consulting

In this episode, Joy chats with Stephanie Hillmann, the Senior Executive and Principal Owner of Prairiewood Consulting, based out of Seattle. She and Joy had a heartfelt conversation that touched on family dynamics, supporting the mental health of our youth, working to eliminate gender bias, and calling for more love and empathy in healthcare. Overall, not only does she have a wealth of knowledge, but she's also happy to share it.
May 12, 2022
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74: Boosting Career Potential Through Mentorship, with Renee DeSilva, Melinda Buntin, Ph.D., and JaeLynn Williams

Meet the Guests:This episode features three leaders previously showcased on Her Story and the powerful advice they received from mentors. Renee DeSilva is the CEO of The Health Management Academy. Melinda B. Buntin, Ph.D. is a Mike Curb Professor and Chair of the Department of Health Policy at Vanderbilt University. And JaeLynn Williams, the CEO of Air Methods.Key Insights:Mentors play an important role in career trajectory by providing advice, perspective, and direction.Personal and Professional Development. Renee’s mentor provided an outside perspective, helping her understand her unique strengths and areas for improvement. (1:07)Maintaining Job Opportunities. Dr. Buntin’s mentor pointed out that too many consecutive roles in government would limit her job opportunities in academia. Due to that advice, Dr. Buntin maintained her connections and continued to publish research to keep those doors open. (3:21)What is Your Ideal Job? Jaelynn was given the advice to start with the end in mind. To think about her ideal job and work backwards to determine the experiences and skills necessary to achieve that. This informed her choice to leave a company she worked at for many years to pursue a new opportunity. (4:51)
May 11, 2022
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#148: How Post Traumatic Growth Can Help You Thrive as a Healthcare Leader

We know healthcare clinicians and leaders have been through unbelievable stress and trauma over the past two years. In fact, they had to make difficult decisions and deal with very challenging situations during the  Covid-19 pandemic. Therefore, understanding post-traumatic growth and some simple action steps can be helpful to healthcare leaders and organizations to support their emotional, spiritual, and physical well-being. In this podcast, we talk about how a “post-traumatic growth” mindset and strategy can help you move the negative outcomes from the past into a place of positive healing, well-being, and personal growth. We also discuss the five domains of post-traumatic growth and how they align with our work with healthcare leaders in our multiple coaching programs leveraging our Dynamic Balance Effect™ Framework. For full show notes and links, visit: https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU! This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you. Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llc https://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLC https://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLC https://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/
May 11, 2022
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33: Disrupting the Healthcare Economy, with Mike McSherry, Founder and CEO, Xealth; Brandon Weber, Co-founder and CEO, Nava; and Sean Mehra, Founder and CEO, HealthTap

Meet the Guests:This episode showcases three guests previously featured on Day Zero. Mike McSherry is the CEO of Xealth, a platform that facilitates clinicians prescribing digital health tools to patients, tracking usage, and improving digital health recommendations. Brandon Weber is the co-founder and CEO of Nava, a benefits brokerage firm that facilitates high quality healthcare to employers. Sean Mehra is the founder and CEO of HealthTap, a virtual-first, affordable urgent and primary care clinic. Key Insights:Healthcare presents a unique ecosystem for entrepreneurs. No market is as complicated, regulated, and confusing as healthcare.Advancing Technology.  Entrepreneurism in healthcareis extra challenging because healthcare often lags in adopting new technology. A hospital may have cutting edge MRIs, and yet still use fax machines. Unpredictable adoption can be due variable reimbursement plans, conflicting incentives, and government regulations. (1:39)Fixing the Bottleneck. There is a huge explosion of innovation on the supply side of healthcare, but it is not reaching buyers. Part of the bottleneck is in the benefits brokerage industry. Brandon thinks the future might already be here, it’s just not evenly distributed. (3:30)Expanding the Production Possibility Frontier. In the next 5-10 years, Sean predicts that technology innovation will make supply and demand transactions more efficient, such as telehealth better connecting patients to providers, and make supply itself more efficient, like AI and algorithms to help providers. (5:39)
May 10, 2022
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Stacy Hurt is a Fierce Patient Advocate

Stacy Hurt is probably best known as one of the fiercest patient advocates in healthcare. But she's so much more than that. She's a patient engagement consultant, survivorship activist, digital health strategist, and keynote speaker. As an award-winning pharma executive who lives as a healthcare consumer every day, she is also a caregiver for her intellectually and developmentally disabled son as well as a stage four colorectal cancer survivor herself. In this episode, she shares her story and best advice.
May 9, 2022
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Ep. 94: Securing Clinical Trial Documentation – Hadil Es-Sbai (CEO Triall)

Hadil Es-Sbai is on a mission to make clinical trial data more secure and accessible. His company, Triall, is attempting to revolutionize the clinical trial industry. They’re building an easy and secure way for researchers to conduct trials as well as for participants to stay engaged. Hadil shares why blockchain solutions are a perfect match for an industry like clinical research and how it can make the transition to Web3. Topics Covered: How Hadil got into blockchain after working over 20 years in the clinical research industry The different blockchain integrated e-clinical solutions that Triall is developing How blockchain solutions can help streamline clinical development activities Using LTO Network, Accumulate – but blockchain agnostic   The ways Triall is making it easier for participants and researchers to complete clinical trials How Triall is ensuring patient privacy and also accessibility for researchers Triall’s ICO and TRL token Roadmap for the future of their platform About the Guest Connect with Hadil Learn more about Triall Resources Mentioned CR2O Sphereon The 48 Laws of Power News Corner Louisiana sues UnitedHealthcare, OptumRx for alleged Medicaid drug overcharging - https://digitalhealth.modernhealthcare.com/technology/louisiana-sues-unitedhealthcare-optumrx-alleged-medicaid-drug-overcharging Hyperledger - Healthcare Special Interest Group Meetings https://wiki.hyperledger.org/display/HCSIG/HC-SIG+General+Meetings Health Unchained Links Website: https://healthunchained.org Telegram: t.me/healthunchained Twitter: twitter.com/Healthunchaind
May 7, 2022
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Hyland presents: Creating a Strong, Cybersecure Organization

Sponsored: Dan Dennis, Hyland Software’s senior vice president and chief information security officer, outlines how organizations can navigate the ever-changing cyber threat landscape and keep staff engaged through talent retention and training.
May 6, 2022
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Tapping into EHRs for public health insights – with Brian Dixon

The COVID-19 pandemic has had spillover effects on screening and preventive care. But even before the novel coronavirus, adequate screening for disease, especially among vulnerable people, was still a public health concern.A recent study from the Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University found that even though screening rates have improved, about one in five women still do not receive a test for syphilis during pregnancy –- which is recommended by the CDC given the serious threat syphilis can pose to the health of the fetus. Brian Dixon, study senior author and director of public health informatics at the Regenstrief Institute, joined Healthcare IT News to speak about the research and the role IT can play in informatics.Talking points:-Rates of congenital syphilis have been rising-Previous studies have largely only used claims data-The benefits of syphilis screening during pregnancy-Disparities in syphilis screening rates, and what might be behind them-The potential effects of COVID-19 on screening rates-How public health leaders could use information like this-More ways health IT can be used to support public health objectives-The next projects on deck at RegenstriefMore about this episode:Regenstrief, IU launch public and population health programRegenstrief launches initiative to disseminate SDOH dataHow HIEs can enable public health reporting when EHRs fall shortHospitals facing big hurdles to public health data reportingCIOs plan big investments in EHR optimization and pop health IT
May 6, 2022
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Dr. Monica Bolbjerg Makes the Patient Journey More Personal

In this bonus episode, recorded at HIMSS22, Joy sits down with Dr. Monica Bolbjerg, CEO and Founder of Qure4U. Her work focuses on how to use technology to improve patient and provider interaction when they're not together. She has bragging rights to the world's first patient portal that was put in place in Denmark and boasts 30 percent of the country's population was using the platform back in 2001. Her work helps strategize how to providers can improve communication and engagement along a patient's complete journey - whether that is through text messaging, an app, or however the patient prefers to be reached.
May 6, 2022
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The Sequoia Project: Driving Interoperability and Qualified Health Information Networks (QHINs)

May 6, 2022: In an industry marked by rapid turnover and burnout, https://www.linkedin.com/in/mariannyeager/ (Mariann Yeager) is an anomaly. This year, she is celebrating 10 years at the helm of https://sequoiaproject.org/ (The Sequoia Project), a public-private collaborative formed to advance implementation of secure, interoperable nationwide health information exchange. What was the lay of the land with regard to interoperability 10 years ago? Why was data exchange so hard at the time? How did the pandemic impact the interoperability landscape? How has the 21st Century Cures Act changed the work of the Sequoia Project? How would we like to see patients engage with their data over the next five years? What work is The Sequoia Project doing to support the implementation of TEFCA? Key Points: In 2012 a lot of healthcare was not yet digitized. We were just starting to see that evolve. The goal of TEFCA is a single on-ramp for connectivity nationwide There’s a big push in the US for a national patient identifier AI and machine learning are bringing up a whole new set of problems with our data https://sequoiaproject.org/ (The Sequoia Project)
May 6, 2022
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62: The Power of Regret, with Daniel Pink, Author, “The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward”

Meet Daniel Pink:Daniel Pink is the author of five New York Times bestsellers aboutbusiness, work, creativity, and behavior. His latest is “The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward.” Daniel hosts a MasterClass on sales and persuasion, and he contributes to in The New York Times, Harvard Business Review, The Atlantic, and Slate. Previously, Daniel was the host and co-executive producer of the television show “Crowd Control.” Daniel received a B.A. from Northwestern University, and a JD from Yale Law School.Key Insights:Regret is a complex, but common negative emotion. It is uncomfortable, but when confronted, it can be transformative.Transformational Regret. Reflecting on regret has been found to decrease cognitive biases, and improve skills related to problem solving, strategy, and negotiation. Daniel shares research that showed that participants who were asked to reflect on what they regretted about a previous negotiation exercise did better in the next negotiation. (12:05)Four Categories of Regret. Through his research, Daniel found four core regrets. foundational regrets are about stability, often related to finances or health. Boldness regrets are about taking chances, like traveling or starting a business. Moral regrets are about doing the right thing. Lastly, connection regrets are related to the loss of relationships. The most common regrets are connection regrets. (17:08)How Leaders Can Use Regret. Daniel encourages leaders to share their regrets and mistakes. It creates an opportunity for powerful conversations about what can be learned from regrets and how to prevent future ones. It also helps normalize regret, which is important because regret is normal. (30:55)Relevant Links: Check out Daniel Pink’s websiteListen to the Pinkcast, Daniel Pink’s podcastRead “What Can We Learn from the Solace of ‘At Least’ and the Sting of ‘If Only’?” by Daniel Pink
May 5, 2022
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Dr. Shika Pappoe is a Lifetime Learner who Loves Teaching

Dr. Shika Pappoe, Chief Medical Officer at Strive Health, is a nephrologist with a blended background in medicine, public health, and business administration. In this episode, she and Joy Rios talk in-depth about kidney disease and Dr. Pappoe's work at one of the country's largest safety-net hospitals, where she's able to focus her energies on providing care to underserved communities. One in three adults in the U.S. is at risk for chronic kidney disease, many of whom do not understand the full spectrum of the disease and how it impacts themselves or their loved ones. Dr. Pappoe works to get resources and education into the hands of both providers and the general public to increase awareness of chronic kidney disease.
May 5, 2022
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73: The Beauty of Math, with Cindy Lawrence, Executive Director and CEO, National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath)

Meet Cindy Lawrence:Cindy Lawrence is the Executive Director and CEO of the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath). She started as a volunteer for the organization, and served in a variety of roles including Chief of Operations, Associate Director, and Co-executive Director. She also directs extracurricular mathematics programs with Brookhaven National Laboratory. Previously, she was a Lead Instructor and National Editor for Becker Professional Education. Cindy received a Bachelor’s degree in business administration from the University of Buffalo, and an MBA from Hofstra University. Key Insights:Cindy Lawrence is a math enthusiast and leader of the only museum of mathematics in North America: The National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath).Fundraising Through Passion. Asking people for money can be awkward. However, Cindy found that if she focuses on sharing what she’s excited about, and ignites interest in others,the fundraising naturally follows. She has raised millions of dollars for MoMath, and credits it to her passion for math. (4:07)Virtual Museum. Early on, Cindy directed her leadership team to brainstorm and prepare for a potential shut down. This allowed MoMath to smoothly transition to zoom events when the pandemic started. Now, Cindy is working on optimizing hybrid programing for in-person visits, as well as for groups around the country that enjoy MoMath virtually. (17:03)Be Careful What You Volunteer For. Cindy started as a volunteer, but found that she spent more and more of her time at MoMath. She eventually made the leap, leaving an organization she had worked with for 18 years, to work at MoMath full-time. (26:08)This episode is hosted by Julie Gerberding, M.D. She is a member of the Advisory Council for Her Story and the CEO of the Foundation for the National Institutes of Health.Relevant Links:Learn more about The National Museum of MathematicsListen to “Steven Strogatz Interviews Cindy Lawrence, Executive Director & CEO of National Museum of Mathematics”Stay update with MoMath on Twitter
May 4, 2022
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#147: Coping with Burnout: A Respiratory Therapist’s Perspective featuring Joel Brown

In this episode, we talk with our special guest Joel Brown about burnout in Respiratory Therapy and the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on Respiratory Therapist leaders. Joel is the CEO and founder of Arrived Leadership (AL) and the President of the Executive Board for Delaware Guidance Services and Vice-Chair of the Board for Leadership Delaware Inc, and the Chair-Elect for the Leadership and Management Section of the American Association of Respiratory Care (AARC). He is an accomplished Respiratory Care Practitioner and an internationally recognized public speaker, researcher, and author. He received a baccalaureate degree in Biology and Respiratory Care from the Millersville University of Pennsylvania and a Master of Science Management from Wilmington University in Delaware. Joel shares some strategies to support Respiratory Therapists to move beyond the COVID-19 pandemic. We also talk about his journey on how he entered the Respiratory Therapy profession and some lessons he learned along the way. For full show notes and links, visit: https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcast If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU! This self-study program is specifically designed for healthcare leaders like you, so you can find a way to care for your team without neglecting you. Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll! SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS: https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llc https://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLC https://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLC https://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/
May 4, 2022
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32: L.O.V.E. to Lead, with Sean Lane, Chief Executive Officer, Olive

Meet Sean Lane:Sean Lane is the CEO of Olive and CEO of Circulo Health. Previously, he was an Intelligence Officer for the National Security Agency. He was also founder and Chairman of the Board for Betamore, and Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Digital Harbor Foundation. Sean received a Bachelor’s in Political Science and Government from Miami University. Key Insights:Sean Lane is freeing up healthcare’s scarcest resource: time. The Inspiration for Olive. Sean was trying to address prescription drug abuse challenges in his community when he realized that healthcare doesn’t have the internet. Healthcare systems and software don’t communicate, rather healthcare relies on humans as routers to complete repetitive tasks and manually share data. (7:46)What Olive Can Do. Using artificial Intelligence, Olive automates repetitive healthcare tasks to free up human capacity. It started with revenue cycle, but expanded into areas of administration and operation. (15:05)Challenges. To Sean, Olive’s biggest challenge is scale. There are billions of hours of human capacity wasted on repetitive tasks that could be automated. In order to have an impact on the industry, Olive needs to get big enough to matter. (16:26)This episode is hosted by Gary Bisbee, Ph.D. He is the Founder, Chairman, and CEO of Think Medium. Relevant Links:Learn more about OliveCheck out Sean’s websiteWatch “A plan to redirect a trillion dollars in the US healthcare system with Olive CEO Sean Lane”
May 3, 2022
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Amy Divaraniya Helps Women With Irregular Cycles Conceive

In this episode, we learn from Amy Divaraniya, CEO and Founder of Oova. With Oova's at-home hormone testing kit, women with irregular cycles who are trying to conceive can find out where they are in their cycle, whether or not they have released an egg yet, how many days post ovulation they are, as well as the concentration levels for both luteinizing hormone and progesterone. That means it’s the first to pinpoint the fertile window and confirm ovulation in one test. Oova users get a customized daily action plan and are empowered with information to share with their healthcare providers to really take control of their conception journey. Amy tells us all about it!
May 2, 2022
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