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Episode 42: Who cares for the care providers? Gail Gazelle, MD, talks physician burnout, mental health, and mindfulness

Medical professionals are leaving the industry in droves, and those who remain are burning out over untenable workloads and business pressures. Our doctors are responsible for caring for us. But who’s responsible for caring for them? And why do so many doctors not take the time to take care of themselves? Dr. Gail Gazelle, a physician coach, author, and Harvard assistant professor, joins Justin to explain why healthcare professionals are so prone to burnout and how they can – and must – preserve their mental well-being. Dr. Gazelle discusses the four signs of burnout, the systemic factors that contribute to it, and how mindfulness can help physicians avoid handing over their happiness.
November 30, 2023
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Rachael Jones on the Calling of Leadership. And it starts with Grit and Grace || EP. 140

Laurie McGraw is speaking with Inspiring Woman Rachael Jones, Founder and CEO of Syntax Health at HLTH 2023. This is the next episode of this Inspiring Women collaboration highlighting several of the ...
November 30, 2023
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398 – Celebrating the Brilliant Women in Digital Health in 2023 – Telstra Health

In this episode of Talking HealthTech, host Peter Birch dives into the world of digital health innovation and recognition at the Telstra Health Brilliant Women in Digital Health Awards. He is joined by guests Sonika Tyagi, Arcot Sowmya, Frances Kay-Lambkin, and Kate Taylor, who share their experiences, insights, and challenges in the field. From the importance of collaboration and data analysis to the significance of purpose-driven work and the need for diversity in the tech industry, this episode highlights the incredible contributions made by women in digital health.Key Takeaways:👩‍⚕️ Developing healthtech solutions that seamlessly integrate into the workflow of users and require minimal additional effort is a major focus.🤝 Collaboration, teamwork, and a shared purpose are critical to unlock the potential of digital technologies in healthcare.🔍 Building trust and strong relationships with stakeholders is essential for creating evidence-based and trusted solutions.💡 Understanding the needs of the person being helped and maintaining human connection are important in driving innovation.🎓 Providing direction, opportunities, and motivation to students in the university context is crucial for fostering the next generation of digital health professionals.🔮 Anticipating future demands and staying ahead of healthcare trends is essential for long-term success.👏Recognising and celebrating the contributions of entire teams in research and development is just as important as individual recognition.Check out the episode and full show notes on the Talking HealthTech website.Loving the show? Leave us a review, and share it with someone who might get some value from it.Keen to take your healthtech to the next level? Become a THT+ Member for access to our online community forum, quarterly summits, and more exclusive content. For more information, visit talkinghealthtech.com/thtplus.
November 30, 2023
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99: Healing the Healers

A choir for nurses, art tours for clinicians, on-demand meditation for all healthcare workers.  In this episode, we’re sharing a panel discussion recorded live at Aspen Ideas: Health featuring Winnie Mele, RN, Jon LaPook, MD, David Ko, and Eric Wei, MD to learn how clinical settings are testing support and wellness interventions to boost emotional health and tame the widespread stress and burnout among nurses, physicians, and all healthcare providers that intensified during the COVID-19 pandemic and continues to strain so many. Clinical staff are reporting remarkable improvements in morale and motivation from these creative approaches. Effective patient care is best delivered by a compassionate care team, and that means designing programs to heal the healers.   Find this episode’s resources at www.seeyounowpodcast.com and earn free CNE credits by listening to curated podcast bundles via the American Nurses Association Innovation webpage at www.nursingworld.org/innovation.  Have questions for the SEE YOU NOW team? Feedback? Future episode ideas? Contact us at [email protected].  
November 30, 2023
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How Two Founders Are Using AI to Tackle Wasteful Healthcare Spending

On this StartUp Health NOW episode, we’re talking about wasteful spending in healthcare. This is one of those topics that’s hard to put in perspective. The institute of medicine says that 30% of healthcare spending could be categorized as wasteful, putting the total tab north of $750 million. It could be a trillion dollars. Health insurance premiums are up 7% year over year, according to Health Affairs. Analysts point to inflation as a strong cause, but this nearly trillion dollars in unnecessary spending isn’t helping the equation. Bottom line, healthcare costs are out of control and driving many people into medical bankruptcy. If 30% of healthcare spending is unnecessary, we’ve got to get this under control. Thankfully, we’ve got founders in the StartUp Health community who are passionate about this issue. Jude Odu, CEO & Founder of Health Cost IQ, and Pinaki Dasgupta, CEO & Founder of Hindsait, will help us understand what constitutes wasteful spending and how advances in AI allow us to root it out at the source. This is the kind of innovation that takes some courage, because pointing out to a hospital that they’re double billing or telling an insurer that they’re making massive errors doesn’t make you popular with either party. But it’s got to be done if we’re going to get overall health costs under control. Enjoy the episode. — Innovators: Health Transformer University fuels your health moonshot Funders: Become a Health Moonshot Champion Want more content like this? You can subscribe to the podcast as well as other health innovation updates at startuphealth.com/content. Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox. Looking to break down health barriers? If you’re an entrepreneur or investor, contact us to learn how you can join our Health Equity Moonshot. Passionate about Type 1 diabetes? If you’re an entrepreneur or investor, contact us to learn how you can join our T1D Moonshot.
November 30, 2023
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A Leap of Faith – Rare Disease Moms on the Bittersweet Joy of New Babies

ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 209 A Leap of Faith - Rare Disease Moms on the Bittersweet Joy of New Babies I'm joined by two new, rare moms, Emily and Katie, to discuss the topic of having additional children after you've had a child with a rare disease.  EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS How did your experience with your first born children's genetic conditions shake your hopes and fears about having a second child?  Once you connect with the rare disease world and learn about all of the rare disease possibilities, you know rare isn't so rare. The second pregnancy is different because you're aware of the chance that something can happen more than once and your eyes are open to the potential outcomes. Does having the knowledge the second time take away from the joy? It definitely does. We had genetic testing done on our second child and it was terrifying until we got results. Throughout the entire pregnancy, I didn't feel safe.  Did you wish you had a typical experience and did you feel bad for feeling that way? You expect challenges to happen again, and it's a self-preservation mentality, not wanting to set yourself up to be disappointed. I do feel guilty about wanting a typical parenting experience, but that's what everyone wants. That's not to say that you don't love and appreciate your parenting experience with your child who has disabilities. We don't want to see our children suffer and we don't want to suffer as parents.  What is your best advice for families thinking about having another child? It's important for parents to acknowledge all of their feelings and the complexities of their feelings. It's complicated, so reach out to other people you know who have been through it. Talking to others will help to solidify your decision to continue growing your family, despite how terrifying it might feel.   CONNECT WITH KATIE A Very Rare Adventure https://averyrareadventure.com/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/averyrareadventure CONNECT WITH EMILY Instagram https://www.instagram.com/emily_amerson_/ LINKS AND RESOURCES MENTIONED ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 151 - Rare Friends Forever - Hanging Out and Showing Some Love to Brene Brown with Katie Lloyd and Adam Johnson https://effieparks.com/podcast/episode-151-rare-friends-forever ONCE UPON A GENE - Episode 125 - A Very Rare and Very Real Adventure with DeSanto-Shinawi Syndrome Mom and Author of a Very Rare Adventure Katie Lloyd https://effieparks.com/podcast/episode-125-katie-lloyd ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 205 - Mastering the Art of the Supermarket Answer When Someone Asks, How Are You with Jennifer Siedman https://effieparks.com/podcast/episode-205-mastering-the-art-of-the-supermarket-answer 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/
November 30, 2023
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Are Psychedelics The Next Big Thing In Medicine?

What do you think about psychedelics? Does your mind wander to late-60’s Beatles tunes? What colors do you see? Have you heard about their therapeutic uses in medicine? Seems like hippy-dippy fringe medicine stuff, right? We're talking magic mushrooms, LSD, and ketamine (among other substances) here! Can you guess which academic research institution has the most robust psychedelic research department in the US? It’s the Johns Hopkins Center for Psychedelic and Consciousness Research! A recent (11/16/23) Johns Hopkins Congressional Briefing, titled “What’s Next for Psychedelics” featured a panel of experts discussing psychedelics in medicine, and Your Doctor Friends think the future looks PROMISING! Their discussion centered on the potential cost-saving benefits of utilization of psychedelics in treatment of a variety of conditions, including addiction, anxiety, depression (including that associated with Alzheimer’s disease), eating disorders, OCD, and post-treatment Lyme disease. Are you ready to break on through to the other side and talk medicinal psychedelics with us?? Also, we end with a little dessert from Jeremy highlighting recent data recommending the benefits of routing iron level screening, given new data on the high prevalence of iron deficiency, and why you might want to bring it up to your healthcare provider! Resources for today's episode include: The Johns Hopkins Congressional Briefing Series page, with link to the 43-minute panel presentation titled "What's Next For Psychedelics". A New York Times article about Johns Hopkins psychiatrist Dr. Roland Griffiths, titled "A Psychedelics Pioneer Takes the Ultimate Trip". The FDA Draft Guidance document titled "Psychedelic Drugs: Considerations for Clinical Investigations. Guidance for Industry." A Johns Hopkins Magazine article titled "Preparing for a new era of psychedelic treatment". A New York Times article titled "More Than a Third of Women Under 50 are Iron-Deficient". For more episodes, limited edition merch, or to become a Friend of Your Doctor Friends (and more), follow this link! This includes the famous "Advice from the last generation of doctors that inhaled lead" shirt :) Also, CHECK OUT AMAZING HEALTH PODCASTS on The Health Podcast Network   Find us at: Website: yourdoctorfriendspodcast.com  Email: [email protected]  Connect with us: @your_doctor_friends (IG) Send/DM us a voice memo/question and we might play it on the show! @yourdoctorfriendspodcast1013 (YouTube) @JeremyAllandMD (IG, FB, Twitter) @JuliaBrueneMD (IG) @HealthPodNet (IG)
November 30, 2023
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Enhancing Healthcare Consistency Through AI: Ajit Singh, Artiman Ventures

In this episode, Ajit Singh, PhD, Managing Director and General Partner at Artiman Ventures, shares his insights on various aspects of healthcare, his approach to leadership and decision-making and his thoughts on the future of healthcare. From AI to oncology to neuro technology, Ajit covers it all.
November 30, 2023
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Episode 128: Change Management, Part 2: Mergers & Acquisitions

As a community-centered, rural hospital, we know the struggle of existing independently when resources are scarce. Unfortunately, sometimes hospitals have no other choice but to accept a merger or acquisition. How do rural hospitals maintain the trust of their community as they face hard choices and dramatic change? On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Letitia Fecher, Vice President, Public & Community Health Systems Practice Lead, with Jarrard Inc. about change management in rural hospital merges and acquisitions. Follow Jarrard Inc. on social media and online!  https://jarrardinc.com/  https://www.linkedin.com/company/jarrard-inc  https://www.facebook.com/jarrardinc/  Follow Rural Health Rising on Twitter!  https://twitter.com/ruralhealthpod/  https://twitter.com/hillsdaleCEOJJ/  https://twitter.com/ruralhealthrach/ Follow Hillsdale Hospital on social media!  https://www.facebook.com/hillsdalehospital/  https://www.twitter.com/hillsdalehosp/  https://www.linkedin.com/company/hillsdale-community-health-center/  https://www.instagram.com/hillsdalehospital/  Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer  https://www.kenjiulmer.com/ 
November 30, 2023
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Interview in Action @ CHIME ’23 – David Higginson, Phoenix Children’s Hospital

November 30: Today on the Conference channel, it’s an Interview in Action live from the 2023 CHIME Fall Forum. On this episode Reid Stephan, VP and CIO at St. Lukes speaks with David Higginson, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Innovation Officer at Phoenix Children's Hospital. They discuss innovative strategies in healthcare, with a focus on home care and utilization of technology according to patients' needs and accessibility. David stresses the importance of gathering patient data between visits and leveraging simple tech solutions, like text messaging, to better identify and resolve issues promptly. The episode also touches on the challenges and benefits of digital patient experience, the role of CIOs as change agents, and the necessity for innovation in healthcare to lower costs and increase quality. Is there a risk in running too quick to full deployment of technology in the home?Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
November 30, 2023
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