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Health Impressions: Authority, Acquisition, Retention

Healthcare marketing podcast delves into patient experience, tech, and industry insights.

HITea With Grace

Where we spilll the tea on HIT

The Smart Care Team Spotlight

In a rapidly evolving healthcare landscape, the challenges faced by clinicians are mounting.

Smart From The Start

Welcome to Smart From The Start, where we discuss the revolutionary potential of AI and Ambient Intelligence in healthcare.

Emerging Medtech Today

Hear from the innovators and investors building breakthrough businesses that are moving medtech forward, presented by the team at the epicenter of the industry.

Aging Fast & Slow

Conversations on Structural Racism and Resilience across the Lifecourse

Up Next for Patient Safety

Untangling the Paths to Safer Health Care

Sports Medicine Weekly with Dr. Brian Cole

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

Bright Spots in Healthcare

Find a bright spot ... and clone it!

The TRU Leader Podcast

Balancing Leading and Living

Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast

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

HIT Like a Girl Pod: Empowering Women in Health IT

Amplifying the voices and achievements of women in Health IT

This Week Health: Conference

This Week Health: Conference aims to propel healthcare forward by amplifying the voices of advancement and innovation in health technology.

Digital Health 101

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

Health Unchained

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

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#258: Leadership and Work Culture in 2024

The TRU Leader Podcast, hosted by Dr. Tracy Christopherson and Michelle Troseth, delves into the evolving nature of leadership, work, and life, advocating for breaking through traditional norms to boost productivity, effectiveness, and overall well-being. With nearly four decades of combined experience, the hosts explore how the pandemic has shifted perceptions of work-life balance and discuss findings from the HP Work Relationship Index survey, revealing a concerning disconnect between knowledge workers and their sense of value, respect, and work-life balance. The discussion underscores the critical need for purpose, passion, and employee recognition in the workplace, emphasizing that many individuals prioritize happiness and meaningful work over monetary compensation. The conversation further highlights the necessity of rethinking productivity, evolving company culture, and leveraging technology to enhance employee satisfaction and organizational success. It addresses the risks of burnout, particularly in professions driven by passion and purpose, and stresses the importance of maintaining a healthy balance between professional and personal life for effective leadership. The episode also touches on the challenges of remote work, including building trust and engaging employees without face-to-face interaction, and the importance of aligning work with personal values and goals. In conclusion, The TRU Leader Podcast emphasizes the significance of personal and organizational change in fostering a fulfilling work environment and life. It promotes the TRU leader Mentorship Program as a tool for individuals seeking to align their work with their values and aspirations, encouraging listeners to take proactive steps towards achieving a healthier work-life balance and meaningful employment. For full show notes and links, visit https://www.missinglogic.com/truleader If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!    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/
June 19, 2024
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Episode #29. Nurses as Innovators: Embracing the MacGyver Spirit in Healthcare, with Rich Kenny, SAS Healthcare Industry Executive Advisor

Discover how Rich Kenny transformed from a flight nurse to a pioneering healthcare executive, revolutionizing healthcare with technology and analytics! In this episode of the Smart Care Team Spotlight, Rich Kenny discusses his extensive healthcare career, highlighting his transition from a flight nurse to becoming the SAS Health Care Industry Executive Advisor, where he focuses on integrating analytics and AI into healthcare operations to improve patient care and system efficiency. He emphasizes the importance of nurses in technology implementation and advocates for their involvement in problem-solving and decision-making processes. He envisions a future where technology supports clinicians seamlessly, enhancing patient care without overshadowing the human connection.
June 18, 2024
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TownHall: Refining Digital Health and Thinking Outside the Box With Joey Seliski and Ashis Barad

June 18, 2024: Reid Stephan, VP and CIO of St. Luke's Health System, interviews Dr. Ashis Barad MD, CDIO, and Joey Seliski, Director of Operations and Strategy (Digital Health), from Allegheny Health Network. They discuss the transformative potential of ambient listening technologies like AI scribes, questioning how these tools can improve note quality and diagnosis accuracy without merely increasing clinician workload. What does it mean to truly humanize healthcare through technology, and how can we balance the excitement of digital health innovations with the necessity of practical, ROI-driven implementations? Ashis and Joey share their experiences and predictions, diving into the evolving role of clinicians in an AI-enhanced landscape and the impact of personalized patient engagement on care outcomes.Categories: Digital Health & Emerging TechnologySubscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 18, 2024
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Bridging the Gender Gap: The Importance of Men Advocating for Gender Equity

In this episode of the Joy Rios welcomes Brad Johnson, and David Smith, authors of, "Athena Rising: How and Why Men Should Mentor Women" and "Good Guys: How Men Can Be Better Allies for Women in the Workplace," highlighting the importance of male engagement in promoting gender diversity and inclusion. They discuss their work on gender equity in the workplace, driven by personal motivations and extensive research. The conversation covers practical strategies for men to show up as allies, the benefits of diverse workplaces, and the personal and professional gains men can achieve by advocating for gender equity. Episode Highlights [00:02:37] Importance of Men Engaging in Gender Equity Work [00:09:44] Potential Penalties for Advocating for Gender Equity [00:12:30] Importance of Listening and Learning in Gender Equity Efforts [00:13:45] Addressing Fear in Men Mentoring Women [00:16:49] Eye-Opening Experiences of Gender Disparities in the Workplace Stay connected to Brad Johnson & David Smith: Brad Johnson | David Smith Workplace Allies | LinkedIn
June 18, 2024
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Flourish: Redefining Success – Lisa Esch’s Story of Transformation and Fractional Leadership

Flourish: Redefining Success - Lisa Esch's Story of Transformation and Fractional LeadershipJune 17th, 2024: In the first episode of 'Flourish,' host Sarah Richardson explores the forefront of healthcare innovation with guest Lisa Esch, a seasoned digital transformation and strategy executive. The discussion covers Lisa's journey from her role at NTT Data Services to founding Advisory.Studio, focusing on the challenges and opportunities of fractional executive work. They delve into the issues of ageism, the importance of networks in career transitions, and the potential of generative AI in transforming healthcare operations. Key topics include the significance of a clear value proposition for startups, the impact of emerging technologies, and strategies for reducing administrative burdens in healthcare. Key Points:0:00 Flourish: Redefining Success: Lisa Esch's Story of Transformation and Fractional Leadership00:33 Introduction to the Guest04:31 Navigating Ageism in the Workplace06:27 The Rise of Fractional Work15:15 Challenges and Opportunities for Startups24:12 Point Solutions and Business Transformation25:37 The Role of the CIO in AI Strategy28:09 The Evolution of EMRs and Organizational Change29:14 The Importance of a Clear AI Strategy31:59 Speed Round: Healthcare Technology and Automation34:33 Challenges and Hopes for Healthcare Interoperability36:41 Conclusion and Final ThoughtsStay connected, stay curious, and keep flourishing.Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 17, 2024
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Keynote: Merging Cultures, AI Innovations, and Epic Milestones with Jason Joseph

June 13, 2024: Jason Joseph, Chief Information and Digital Officer at Corewell Health, talks about the monumental digital transformation following the merger of Spectrum Health and Beaumont. How does Corewell navigate the complex integration of cybersecurity, infrastructure, and core applications? What challenges arise in standardizing workflows across diverse hospital systems, and how does the organization plan to optimize its One Epic ecosystem? Jason also explores the role of AI in healthcare, pondering its potential to revolutionize call centers, home health, imaging, and patient and clinician experiences. What are the implications of ambient computing for clinicians, and how does it alleviate their documentation burdens? Finally, Jason reflects on leadership qualities vital for driving innovation in healthcare IT, emphasizing accountability, humility, and teamwork. As Corewell lays the foundation for future advancements, what strategic initiatives will shape its path forward?Key Points:Digital Transformation MilestonesOne Epic EcosystemAI Integration StrategiesLeadership in Healthcare ITPatient and Clinician ExperienceSubscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 13, 2024
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Episode #31. Redefining Healthcare IT Leadership in a Digital Age, with Russell Branzell, CEO and President of CHIME

In an era where digital transformation is reshaping healthcare, how do today's IT leaders navigate the challenges and opportunities of their evolving roles? In this episode, Russell Branzell discusses the evolution of healthcare IT leadership, emphasizing the shift from traditional CIO roles to broader digital health positions, the impact of digital technologies, and the trend of executives moving to corporate roles. He also highlights hospital consolidations, the ambition of younger leaders, the transformative potential of AI, and the importance of relationships and technology in improving global healthcare systems. Tune in and discover how ambitious healthcare IT leaders are redefining their careers in an industry that’s more dynamic than ever!
June 13, 2024
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Everything You Thought about Value-Based Care Is Wrong: A Plan CEO Tells You Why

Fred Turner, co-founder and chief executive officer of Curative, joins Eric to discuss how Curative is reinventing health insurance by adopting a more preventative approach to drive better results and lead to a more affordable delivery of plans.   Fred shares Curative’s journey from a pandemic testing company to a health insurance provider with a first-of-its-kind plan that eliminates copays and deductibles and advocates that the most effective approach to promote early preventive care is ensuring accessible and cost-free access to top-tier healthcare providers.   Fred underlines the significance of simplifying the healthcare system and the positive impact of Curative's approach. The innovative health insurance plan offers unmatched transparency into healthcare costs, providing reassurance to both employees and employers about the affordability and accessibility of healthcare.    Tune in and learn what makes Curative different from other plans and how it makes health care affordable, accessible and engaging for members. About Fred Fred Turner is the Chief Executive Officer and co-founder of Curative. A British scientist from West Yorkshire, Turner attended the University of Oxford. Fred was named one of the top 100 practicing scientists in the UK by the Science Council in 2013. Turner was included in Forbes “30 Under 30” list and ranked first in the European Union Contest for Young Scientists.    About Curative Curative has been critical and a national leader in bringing COVID-19 testing and vaccine-administration resources in response to the pandemic, providing more than 32 million tests and two million vaccines across thousands of locations in 40+ states. Concurrently, Curative has created and launched a first-of-its-kind health insurance plan offering that offers unmatched transparency into health care costs.
June 12, 2024
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#257: Mastering Work-Life Fulfillment with Dr. Tracy Brower

In this TRU Leader Podcast episode, guest Dr. Tracy Brower, along with hosts Dr. Tracy Christopherson and Michelle Troseth, explore the concept of work-life fulfillment and the pursuit of happiness. The conversation addresses the delicate balance between work and personal life, underscoring the need for effective management of passion and energy to prevent overextension while remaining energized by our pursuits. The hosts advocate for organizational support in achieving this balance through meaningful work, flexible schedules, and empowering employees with choice and control. They highlight the importance of aligning organizational support with individual needs, encouraging actions that resonate with personal beliefs, and making mindful decisions for greater happiness and contentment. Contrary to the belief that happiness emerges from overcoming challenges alone, the discussion promotes actively creating conditions conducive to joy and elevating happiness levels. The dialogue further delves into finding joy in life’s journey, embracing challenges as growth opportunities, and the power of intentional decision-making in aligning with one’s passions. It stresses the value of a supportive work culture that honors both personal and professional aspects of life and acknowledges the dignity of all work contributions. For full show notes and links, visit  https://www.missinglogic.com/truleader If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! 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/
June 12, 2024
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TownHall: AI Governance, Practical Applications, and Financial Constraints with Clara Lin

June 11, 2024: Zafar Chaudry, CDO & CIO at Seattle Children's, speaks with Clara Lin, CMIO and Associate VP at Seattle Children's. They explore whether AI is a real help or just hype by discussing its practical applications and the risks involved. How can AI be integrated without compromising patient safety? What governance structures are essential to mitigate AI-related risks? How do we balance the high costs of AI innovation with the financial constraints of healthcare systems? The episode also highlights the evolution of AI use cases, emphasizing the need for a strong governance framework and the importance of clinician involvement in designing and implementing of AI solutions.Categories: Emerging Technologies & GovernanceSubscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 11, 2024
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Beyond the Stethoscope: Navigating Regulations and Technology

In this episode, Joy Rios delves into the intricate world of healthcare with guest Aja Hardy, a seasoned professional with a diverse background in software development, marketing, and regulatory affairs for medical devices. Aja shares her unconventional journey, from initially aiming to become a doctor to finding her niche in the healthcare industry through opportunities like the American Hospital Association fellowship and a pivotal role at Cerner. The conversation touches on the challenges of balancing work and personal life, the significance of visibility and transparency in the healthcare sector, and the evolving landscape of regulatory processes for medical devices. Episode Highlights [00:01:23] Aja Hardy's Background and Experience [00:05:17] Transitioning to Regulatory Affairs [00:10:32] Balancing Work and Personal Life [00:15:20] Importance of Visibility and Transparency [00:20:42] Opportunity with Cerner [00:25:15] Learning and Contributing in Different Roles [00:31:37] Connecting with Aja Hardy Stay connected to Aja Hardy: LinkedIn | Twitter FDA | LinkedIn
June 11, 2024
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Nurse Leader Rhonda Collins Spills the Tea on Healthcare Workplace Violence

Welcome to HITea Tuesday!  In this episode, we're honored to welcome the inspiring Rhonda Collins, DN, RN, FAAN. As a prominent figure in healthcare, Rhonda currently serves as Chief Nursing Officer at Kontakt.io and is a leading voice in tackling the serious problem and challenges in workplace violence (WPV) in healthcare settings. Join us as Rhonda shares her journey and insights into why WPV is a critical issue for nursing professionals today. We discuss practical strategies for nurse leaders to foster a safe and supportive work environment, effective patient assessment for aggression prevention, and the integration of security personnel to mitigate WPV. Rhonda also highlights the essential components of WPV policies, the role of wearable duress technology, and the financial benefits of investing in WPV prevention. We explore the impact of WPV on nurse well-being and patient care, and the importance of federal legislation to protect healthcare workers. Tune in for an enlightening conversation that underscores the need for every woman to be the "CEO of You"—managing your career and personal life like a thriving business to grow and promote strength. Don't miss this episode packed with valuable insights and actionable advice!
June 11, 2024
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Investor Insights: Strategies to Drive Transformative Growth in Healthcare

  Leading healthcare investors and strategists discuss how to rethink capital in healthcare and share unique ways to grow and scale companies to improve health outcomes, cost savings, and operational efficiencies.   Topics include: Components investors look for in 2024 Healthcare sectors with the highest growth projections Human capital strategies Growth strategies to scale your company Bright spots that have been attracting people and capital   Anna Haghgooie, Managing Director at Valtruis, a WCAS Company Steven Klopfer, Founder & Managing Partner, Kamyn Search Shayan Masoudpour, Director, Bow River Capital Naimish Patel, President, Healthcare Practice, Red Cell Partners   https://www.brightspotsinhealthcare.com/events/investor-insights-strategies-to-drive-transformative-growth-in-healthcare   Feedback survey: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VGMVMWB
June 7, 2024
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Keynote: AltaMed’s Digital Shift, Managed Care, and Clinical Informatics with Dr. Eric Lee

June 6, 2024: Dr. Eric Lee, the Medical Director of Clinical Informatics at AltaMed, engages in a deep dive into the integration of technology and healthcare services at one of the nation's largest federally qualified health centers. They explore how AltaMed leverages its position to manage care for a vast and diverse patient base across L.A. and Orange Counties. How does the implementation of technological innovations like EPIC's Chronicles claims loader and digital tools address quality measures and improve patient outcomes? What strategies does AltaMed employ to navigate the challenges of Medi-Cal expansions and the integration of clinical informatics? These questions are explored, shedding light on the practical implications of digital transformation in a healthcare setting focused on underserved communities.Key Points:Digital Transformation JourneyManaged Care ChallengesClinical Informatics IntegrationServing Impoverished CommunitiesAdapting EHR SystemsSubscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 6, 2024
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Episode #28. Robyn Begley on the Future of Nursing: A Special Repost.

From recruitment strategies to positive work environments, nursing leadership drives change. In this episode, Dr. Robyn Begley, who recently announced her plans to retire at the end of 2024 from her position as CEO of the American Organization for Nursing Leadership and Senior Vice President and Chief Nursing Officer of the American Hospital Association, discusses the challenges faced by healthcare systems, such as the overwhelming demands on bedside caregivers and the fiscal unsustainability of current care delivery models. Dr. Begley emphasizes the need for tailored approaches given the diverse landscape of healthcare facilities and offers recruitment and retention strategies, including innovative partnerships with local communities and educational institutions. She also shares insights into virtual nursing, detailing successful implementations that have improved patient satisfaction and safety outcomes. Dr. Begley stresses the importance of continued innovation and optimism in transforming healthcare delivery. Tune in and learn how to empower care teams with a human touch through smart technology!
June 5, 2024
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Interview in Action: Unified Security and Budget Constraints with George Pappas and Scott Mattila

June 5, 2024: George Pappas, CEO, and Scott Mattila, CSO, from Intraprise Health delve into the intricacies of healthcare security. They explore how Intraprise Health aims to simplify and unify risk management for healthcare organizations. With a strong emphasis on automation and comprehensive service offerings, they tackle the pressing question: How can healthcare entities maintain high-level security amidst ever-evolving threats and budget constraints? The discussion also highlights the challenges faced by operational leaders in maintaining continuous security post-certification, and the critical need for a holistic approach to risk unification. Drex DeFord facilitates this insightful conversation, prompting reflection on how organizations can prioritize and manage diverse security needs effectively
June 5, 2024
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#256: A Stark Look at the Rise of CEO Turnover and Burnout

The TRU Leader Podcast episode, featuring Dr. Tracy Christopherson and Michelle Troseth, tackles the critical issue of CEO burnout and the essential pursuit of work-life balance for high-achieving leaders. It sheds light on the rising trend of CEO turnover due to burnout, emphasizing the negative effects on both individuals and their organizations. The hosts offer practical strategies for enhancing productivity and well-being, such as setting priorities, learning to decline unnecessary commitments, delegating tasks, and emphasizing self-care. They underscore the importance of integrating personal well-being with professional duties, adopting a flexible mindset, and seeking support when necessary. The conversation also covers the value of establishing micro habits like exercise, mental resilience, positivity, and adequate sleep, alongside managing relationships and stress. Further, it discusses the significance of balancing personal growth and professional success through mindfulness, meditation, reflection, and prioritization. Strategies including weekly check-ins, employing systems like EOS, setting boundaries, celebrating achievements, and adopting dynamic approaches for achieving work-life balance are explored. Ultimately, the episode advocates for seeking help, making intentional choices, leveraging polarities, and aligning actions with one’s greater purpose to cultivate thriving leadership. For full show notes and links, visit  https://www.missinglogic.com/truleader If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! 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/
June 5, 2024
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Embrace Every Body: Uniting for Systemic Equity

In this episode, Joy Rios interviews Cate Navarrete, the founder and executive director of the Body Positive Alliance, a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting body positivity and systemic equity for all bodies. Cate discusses the growth and impact of the organization, highlighting the challenges of retention and engagement within the chapters. She emphasizes the importance of knowledge and community in fostering body positivity and social justice awareness. The conversation delves into measuring success in promoting body positivity, and the potential impact of their work on a larger scale. Episode Highlights [00:00:00] Introduction by Joy Rios [00:13:00] The growth and impact of the Body Positive Alliance [00:13:30] Challenges of retention and engagement in the organization [00:16:17] Measuring success in promoting body positivity and social justice issues [00:22:42] The importance of knowledge and community in promoting body positivity [00:24:50] Potential impact of work on a larger scale Stay connected to Cate Navarrete: LinkedIn | Twitter Body Positive Alliance | LinkedIn
June 4, 2024
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TownHall: Transitioning from a Fragmented Pharmacy to Simple Semantic Data with Colin Banas, MD

June 4: Today on TownHall we are taking a look back at a previously released episode. In this episode  Mark Weisman, CIO and CMIO at TidalHealth interviews Colin Banas, MD, Chief Medical Officer at DrFirst, Inc. about the importance of having accurate medication lists for patients. How can we get to medication list interoperability in a fragmented pharmacy participation landscape? Is relying on pharmacy techs the answer and what are their drawbacks? On a journey to absolve the complexities in today’s interoperability, Dr.First’s mission is to utilize AI so that data is semantically interoperable first and foremost. What does the future look like with this technology in place?Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
June 4, 2024
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Navy Nurse Mary Russell Spills the Tea on EHR Disaster Recovery Planning

In this episode of HITea, we're honored to have Mary Russell, MJ, BS, RN, a retired Navy Nurse Corps officer and the Senior Director for Clinical Implementation at CliniComp, join us for an insightful conversation.  Mary shares her incredible journey from starting as a registered nurse to becoming a leader in healthcare IT. She delves into her motivations for transitioning into this field and how her extensive experience in both inpatient and outpatient military environments has shaped her approach to healthcare and clinical implementation. We explore pressing topics such as veterans' mental health, current statistics, and concerns, and how technology is being leveraged to address these issues. Mary provides concrete examples of how technology is enhancing mental health services for veterans and other patient populations.  Mary also dove into the topic of disaster recovery and the critical role of EHR systems in maintaining healthcare operations during events like the recent devastating tornadoes in the Midwest. She shares real-life experiences from her career, illustrating the crucial role of disaster preparedness and EHR systems in ensuring patient care continuity. And of course, no HITea With Grace episode would be complete without our signature tea moment! Listen in to learn from and laugh with Mary!
June 4, 2024
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Storytelling to Build Medical Trust How Boston Medical Center is Crushing Outcomes via Empathy and Trust

  Katherine Gergen Barnett, MD, Vice Chair of Primary Care Innovation and Transformation in the Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center (BMC) and Cheryl Harding, patient and community advocate, join Eric to share how Boston Medical Center is utilizing storytelling to build trust and connection between the hospital and its community partners. Katherine and Cheryl discuss the impact medical mistrusts has on health outcomes and health disparities.   They also tell how Storytelling to Build Medical Trust project was born out of the desire of BMC to improve the health and well-being of Black and brown community members. The project puts a face to the statistics and allow community members to explain why they lack trust in the overall healthcare system.   Hear how this unique project has brought the medical and local communities together and how empathy and trust can help advance health equity and narrow health disparities. About Katherine Katherine Gergen Barnett, MD, is a family medicine physician and the Vice Chair of Primary Care Innovation and Transformation in the Department of Family Medicine at Boston Medical Center (BMC). Dr. Gergen Barnett is also a clinical associate professor at Boston University Chobanian & Avedisian School of Medicine. Her primary clinical interests are behavioral health, preventive medicine, nutrition, trauma informed care, gender affirming care, women’s health, reproductive care, mindfulness-based stress reduction, and group medical care. Dr. Gergen Barnett’s research focuses on innovative models of care to address chronic medical conditions, physician burnout, and engaging community partners in creating feasible solutions to increase health and wellness and to address medical distrust in traditionally marginalized communities. Dr. Gergen Barnett is involved in local and state health policy addressing health inequities, national policy addressing primary care delivery, and is a regular contributor to The Boston Globe, Boston Public Radio, and various television outlets.   About Cheryl The founder of a Boston nonprofit, From Roots to Wings, Cheryl continues to be a strong voice for the underserved and underrepresented to ensure that everyone gets access to information, services and opportunities.  About the Project “Storytelling to Build Medical Trust” focuses on highlighting the experience and wisdom of community members, who shared in video interviews their negative interactions with the healthcare system in the hope that the healthcare industry would finally listen. The project is jointly led by Boston Medical Center, Everyday Boston, and the B.L.A.C Project, in partnership with Transformational Prison Project, We Got Us, and EmVision Productions. The project was funded by Boston University Clinical and Translational Science Institute and MA-CEAL.   https://www.storiesformedicaltrust.org/  
May 30, 2024
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Keynote: Transforming Healthcare Through WayFinding AI Technology with Glen Tullman

May 30, 2024: Glen Tullman, CEO of Transcarent, explores the paradigm shift in healthcare through innovative uses of AI and human interaction. How does the introduction of Transcarent’s new AI product WayFinding redefine patient navigation and care delivery? Can this technology-driven approach significantly lower healthcare costs while improving the quality of service? As they delve into the impact of generative AI on privacy and the seamless integration of diverse healthcare services, the discussion prompts listeners to consider whether the healthcare industry is ready for such a transformation. This conversation not only highlights the potential of AI in healthcare but also questions its implications on the traditional healthcare models.Key Points:WayFinding: AI TechnologyBold InnovationPatient ExperienceClinician WorkloadHealthcare FinanceSubscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
May 30, 2024
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#255: Why Do Leaders Need More Mental Toughness? with Matt Phillips

On The TRU Leader Podcast, former professional baseball player and leadership coach Matt Phillips shares insights into leadership development and mental toughness with hosts Tracy Christopherson and Michelle Troseth. Phillips emphasizes the importance of mental resilience, mindset, and self-motivation for sales leaders to overcome personal and professional challenges and achieve high performance. He discusses the necessity of understanding customer motivations, risk tolerances, and learning styles for effective influence, alongside crafting a vision, setting clear expectations, and fostering consistency in personal growth to enhance leadership skills and team performance. The conversation also covers a leadership development program that focuses on continuous personal growth through regular training, group coaching, reflection, and embracing change. Key practices include daily journaling, envisioning future selves, evolving leadership styles, clear communication, and making concepts tangible through documentation and setting clear expectations. The significance of risk-taking, quick pivoting, establishing partnership agreements, and consistent leadership reflection are underscored as essential for creating a positive work environment and optimizing team dynamics. For full show notes and links, visit https://www.missinglogic.com/truleader If you found value in this episode, please subscribe and leave us a review on Apple Podcasts! 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 29, 2024
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Episode #30. Enhancing Healthcare Efficiency: Are We There Yet?, with Thomas Bentley, the Chief Information and Digital Transformation Officer of The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center

Imagine a world where AI helps reduce mundane tasks for clinicians, giving them more time with patients and potentially improving their work-life balance.  In this episode, Thomas Bentley explores how Wexner Medical Center is leveraging AI and ambient technologies to streamline workflows, alleviate clinician burnout, and improve patient care. He shares his insights on integrating new technologies seamlessly with existing systems and offers practical advice for CIOs looking to implement innovative solutions in their organizations. This conversation is packed with valuable perspectives on the future of healthcare technology, so sit back and enjoy!
May 28, 2024
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