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Phosphate Binders and CVD in Hemodialysis Patients, Memory Decline After CABG vs PCI, USPSTF Guideline on Colorectal Cancer Screening, and more

Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the May 18, 2021 issue.
May 18, 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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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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NEJM This Week — May 13, 2021

We discuss the latest in medical research and ideas.
May 12, 2021
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Antibiotics for IPF, Digital Interventions for Depression and OCD, Headache Management Review, and more

Editor's Summary by Christopher Muth, MD, Senior Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the May 11, 2021 issue.
May 11, 2021
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A beginner's guide to SASE frameworks — with Samuel Hill

New trends in computing require new frameworks and architectures, so that when stakeholders want to merge or collaborate they can trust that their technologies will work together. For edge computing, that framework is Secure Access Service Edge, or SASE. This network architecture rolls software-defined wide area networking (SD-WAN) and security into a single cloud service. Samuel Hill, senior manager for healthcare at Aruba Networks, joins host Jonah Comstock to dig into what SASE is and why it's important for healthcare technologists to know about.This podcast is brought to you by Aruba Networks.Talking points:Why SASE is coming out strong as the pandemic abatesWhat SASE is and why it makes sense as more work goes remoteHealthcare as an illustrative use case for SASEHospital use case example: radiologySecurity implications of SASE frameworksBenefits and drawbacks of SASEHow SASE relates to SD-WAN and SD-BranchTips for implementing a SASE frameworkWhat is ZeroTrust and how does it fit in?More about this episode:Last week on HIMSSCast: Edge Computing 101 with Tao ZhangHealth passports and distancing tools among COVID-19 tech climbing Gartner Hype CyclePonemon SurveyATM Digital: WAN & Security TransformationTheresa Payton Keynote
May 7, 2021
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Top Stories for 5/7

Biden Administration aims to get 70% of Americans at least one vaccine dose by July 4; Healthcare among the top industries affected by tracked ransomware incidents . Also: Employer health benefits management platform Collective Health has scores $280 million in Series F funding .Links to the stories:Biden sets new goal of 70% of adults getting the COVID-19 vaccine by July 4Healthcare hackers demanded an average ransom of $4.6M last year, says BakerHostetlerCollective Health scores $280M to scale employer health benefits platform
May 7, 2021
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NEJM This Week — May 6, 2021

Featuring articles on a trial of an antibody to amyloid in Alzheimer’s disease, short-course treatment of tuberculosis, weight loss maintenance with exercise and liraglutide, dexamethasone and surgical-site infection, a fountain of youthful retinal ganglion cells, and decoupling crisis response from policing; a review article on gastric emptying abnormalities in diabetes; a Clinical Problem-Solving on the inside and out; and Perspective articles on understanding and mitigating health inequities, on designing an independent public health agency, and on losing touch. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 384, No. 18.
May 5, 2021
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IMO Presents: Women in Health IT: Gender Equity Is the Ultimate Goal

Encouraging girls and young women to study for careers in health IT is ongoing. Experts say it will take years to reach gender parity. In this podcast, IMO CEO Ann Barnes talks about her philosophy on what’s needed now, the changes she’s made in her company and how the health IT industry can come together to bring about gender equity in a cohesive, collaborative way.In this podcast, we’ll discuss:•Learning from one another to bring more parity to the health IT industry•Best practices in developing women leaders in health IT•How the industry is collaborating and sharing best practices for greatest impact
May 5, 2021
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Sleep, Health, and Healthcare with Marty Martin

Few would argue that the lack of sleep has detrimental effects upon performance.  Unfortunately, the healthcare industry has taken the “sleep is important for others” approach to operations and staffing.  In this episode of SoundPractice, we speak with Marty Martin a nationally recognized behavioral sleep expert and DePaul University professor.  His website, zestysleep.com, is a go to resource for numerous industry leaders when addressing optimal performance of their staff.  This episode looks at chronotypes, microbreaks, smartphones, and physician call coverage.  Marty Martin’s practical guidance to sleep offers useable information for both patients and physicians. Dr. Martin mentions www.zestysleep.com. It is a go to resource for numerous industry leaders when addressing optimal performance of their staff.  [email protected] Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org  
May 5, 2021
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Helmet Ventilation for COVID-19, Rheumatoid Arthritis and Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Disease Treatment, Diagnosis and Management of Stable Angina, and more

Editor's Summary by Mary McDermott, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the May 4, 2021 issue.
May 4, 2021
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Programmable Video Platform Enhances Long-Term Telehealth Strategy

On this podcast Christina Sung, Twilio’s Director of Product for Healthcare,  shares how scalable and secure Programmable Video solutions are easily integrated into clinical workflows throughout the patient journey.  She discusses  the benefits of a platform approach versus a point solution and the tools that providers should consider as communities adjust to hybrid in-person and virtual health appointments.This podcast is brought to you by Twilio.
May 3, 2021
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Twilio Presents: Programmable Video Platform Enhances Long-Term Telehealth Strategy

On this podcast Christina Sung, Twilio’s Director of Product for Healthcare,  shares how scalable and secure Programmable Video solutions are easily integrated into clinical workflows throughout the patient journey.  She discusses  the benefits of a platform approach versus a point solution and the tools that providers should consider as communities adjust to hybrid in-person and virtual health appointments.This podcast is presented jointly with Twilio.
May 3, 2021
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Edge Computing 101 — with Tao Zhang

While the last five years have seen computing move from local networks to the cloud, especially in healthcare, the trend of edge computing is seeing organizations move back to move forward: Moving key computing and intelligence back to the point of care while still retaining the benefits of cloud computing. This not only reduces latency, which can be especially important for healthcare, but also has important implications for privacy and security. On today's episode, we welcome NIST Fellow Tao Zhang to give us a primer on edge computing, and explain what it can do for healthcare organizations.This podcast is brought to you by Aruba Networks. Talking points:What is edge computing and why is it gaining traction now?Striking the balance between the edge and the cloudThe history of edge computingWhy the healthcare space is turning to edge computingSecurity implications of edge computing for IoTDownsides to edge computingMore edge computing use cases Tips for adopting edge computingWhat next for edge computing: edge and AIMore about this episode:NIST ResourcesHospitals embracing IoT must be prepared to secure a decentralized environmentStriking a balance between medical device security and innovationGE Healthcare unveils new edge computing tools for cliniciansNvidia launches AI edge computing platformTech Optimization: Medical device and IoT operating secretsHow Vail Health ensures consistent medical device security and firmware patching
April 30, 2021
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Edge Computing 101 — with Tao Zhang

While the last five years have seen computing move from local networks to the cloud, especially in healthcare, the trend of edge computing is seeing organizations move back to move forward: Moving key computing and intelligence back to the point of care while still retaining the benefits of cloud computing. This not only reduces latency, which can be especially important for healthcare, but also has important implications for privacy and security. On today's episode, we welcome NIST Fellow Tao Zhang to give us a primer on edge computing, and explain what it can do for healthcare organizations.This podcast is brought to you by Aruba Networks. Talking points:What is edge computing and why is it gaining traction now?Striking the balance between the edge and the cloudThe history of edge computingWhy the healthcare space is turning to edge computingSecurity implications of edge computing for IoTDownsides to edge computingMore edge computing use cases Tips for adopting edge computingWhat next for edge computing: edge and AIMore about this episode:NIST ResourcesHospitals embracing IoT must be prepared to secure a decentralized environmentStriking a balance between medical device security and innovationGE Healthcare unveils new edge computing tools for cliniciansNvidia launches AI edge computing platformTech Optimization: Medical device and IoT operating secretsHow Vail Health ensures consistent medical device security and firmware patching
April 30, 2021
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Top Stories for 4/30

A healthcare coalition releases a framework protecting the safety and security of patient information; Biden signals goal to lower ACA premiums, deductibles and prescription drug costs. Plus: Accolade eyes the telemedicine space with the acquisition of PlushCare.Links to the stories:Patient ID Now coalition releases national strategic framework for identity, matchingIn his first joint address, Biden promotes giving Medicare the power to negotiate lower drug pricesAccolade acquires virtual primary care platform PlushCare
April 30, 2021
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Twilio Presents: Innovations to improve patient engagement

In this podcast, presented jointly with Twilio, we welcome Twilio’s Sr. Global CX Consultant, Mauro Faili joins us to talk about innovation and different strategies to reimagine your communication operations using the existing data your system has. Additionally, learn about different ways you can personalize your patient communication.Mauro Failli is a Senior Global CX Consultant is currently the team lead for Twilio Foundry - a consulting practice designed to inspire executive engagement vision. With over 20+ years of industry experience his knowledge spans from communication technologies, IT service management and lifecycle frameworks, and customer engagement / experience management. He enables customers to deliver their engagement vision through reference architectures, milestone planning and facilitating the creation of success criteria through diversified stakeholder discussions.
April 29, 2021
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NEJM This Week — April 29, 2021

Featuring articles on vadadustat in non–dialysis-dependent chronic kidney disease, vadadustat for anemia in patients undergoing dialysis, oncolytic HSV therapy in pediatric glioma, blood-loss prevention after cesarean delivery, and diversity of the national medical student body; a review article on postpartum hemorrhage; a case report of a newborn girl with a neck mass; and Perspective articles on Australian firearm regulation at 25, on vaccination plus decarceration, and on the Zoom family meeting. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 384, No. 17.
April 28, 2021
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Anticoagulation for COVID-19, Reducing Cesarean Deliveries for Low-Risk Births, USPSTF Hypertension Screening Guideline, and more

Editor's Summary by Gregory Curfman, MD, Deputy Editor of JAMA, for the April 27, 2021 issue
April 27, 2021
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Top Stories for 4/23

Peloton comes under fire for safety concerns about its Tread+ treadmill; Electronic health record usability scores take a nosedive, possibly contributing to burnout among nurses . Also: HHS Secretary Xavier Becerra said the U.S. needs to do more to promote racial equity.Links to the stories:Consumer safety group warns parents to stop using Peloton Tread+ after reports of child injuries and deathNurses give EHR usability an 'F' in new studyDerek Chauvin conviction prompts HHS vow to tackle racism as a serious public health threat
April 23, 2021
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Digital health's $7B Q1 and what it means for the space — with Unity Stoakes

Host Jonah Comstock, MobiHealthNews Managing Editor Laura Lovett and MobiHealthNews Associate Mallory Hackett welcome Startup Health President Unity Stoakes to discuss Q1 2021 digital health funding. With more than $7 billion raised according to MobiHealthNews's tracker and more than $8 billion according to Startup's, we can all agree it was an impressive month. But how do those numbers compare to the past? To other industries? And what does it all mean for the health of the space? Tune in to find the answers to those questions and more.Talking points:2021 funding in a larger historical contextThe changing geography of digital health startupsDramatic changes to digital health market dynamicsThe talent infrastructure underpinning digital healthHow today’s startups are putting together decades of piecesIs the digital health market oversaturated?We’re far from the ceiling for digital health fundingDigital health subsectors to watch“Boomerang” innovation from other geographiesWhere digital health investment is headed nextFrugal innovation and what it can teach usMore about this episode:Investors pour $7.1B into digital health investments during Q1 2021Digital health completes a record-breaking first quarter driven by mega dealsWith $8.5B Raised Globally in Q1, Health Innovation Funding Hits New Milestone (Startup Health's Q1 Report)SPAC deals attract younger, less-funded digital health startups
April 23, 2021
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NEJM This Week — April 22, 2021

Featuring articles on interleukin-6 receptor blockade in severe Covid-19, tocilizumab in severe Covid-19 pneumonia, a microbiota-directed food supplement for malnutrition, sacituzumab govitecan in triple-negative breast cancer, and fighting SARS-CoV-2 with nanobodies; a review article on adrenal incidentaloma; a case report of a man with a rash on the scalp and face; and Perspective articles on advancing President Biden’s equity agenda, on encouraging acceptance of Covid-19 vaccines, and on Nanima. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 384, No. 16.
April 21, 2021
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Your Game Plan and Frontal Cortex: Strategic Thinking with Brooke Albright

Your Game Plan and Frontal Cortex:  Strategic Thinking with Brooke Albright Key to any shift in behavior is the understanding of how positive behavior change works in the body, brain, and mind.  In truth, the neuropsychological elements of strategic thinking play out in important and often unexpected ways in our daily lives.  Brooke Albright, MA, Founder of Conscious Healthcare Consulting, has designed a self-study course on The Neuropsychology of Strategic Thinking for the AAPL. Join us on this episode of SoundPractice for a look at executive brain function, brain anatomy, and how subjective experiences shape our strategic thinking.  Ms. Albright provides an approachable and meaningful way for physician leaders to “start where you are” in understanding strategic thinking in terms of neuropsychological principles.  [email protected] Learn more about the American Association for Physician Leadership at www.physicianleaders.org  
April 21, 2021
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