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Equitable From the Beginning

HighlightsIntroduction: The data on maternal health | Callie and Stacey continue the focus on equity and our health with a look into the state of maternal health care, including reports from the CDC on pregnancy-related deaths.04:21 Roundtable: Redefining maternal care | Dr. Natalie Hernandez of the Morehouse School of Medicine and Ryan Adcock of Cradle Cincinnati talk about public health, the history of maternal care, and what changes they're seeing make a difference.16:47 Cradle Cincinnati | Callie and Ryan dig deeper into the work that Cradle Cincinnati is doing—and how it illustrates the idea that maternal health needs to be considered in the context of a person's identity and broader social context.23:15 Conclusion | To wrap up the episode, Callie and Stacey reflect on what their guests shared. Of particular note is the idea of diverse and inclusive care practices, which we’ll take a closer look at in Episode 3. Resources mentionedCDC research: Pregnancy complicationsThe challenge to improve U.S. maternal healthCradle CincinnatiPress release: Optum Awards $1.4 Million in Maternal Health Grants to Five Community Organizations GuestsDr. Hernandez’s current research and research interests include transdisciplinary approaches to improving women’s health, reproductive health, sexually transmitted infections, health disparities, community-based participatory research, and reproductive social justice. Dr. Hernandez’s research and interests stem from her commitment to health equity and improving health in underserved communities. During her doctoral program, she worked on multiple projects including behavioral and psychosocial health issues related to women’s health, HPV, and sexuality education. Dr. Hernandez was a HRSA maternal and child health leadership trainee and epidemiology trainee. In addition, she is a lead investigator on a study focusing on psychosocial and socio-cultural correlates of Human Papillomavirus (HPV) vaccine intentions and uptake among minority college students and her dissertation focused on examining multiple factors that contribute to the meaning and perceived consequences and management of an unintended pregnancy among Latinas. As a result of her work, she has received a number of awards and published a variety of articles in peer-reviewed journals. Ryan Adcock is the executive director and co-founder of Cradle Cincinnati, a network built with the express purpose of reducing the high infant mortality rate in Hamilton County. In the eight years since its founding, Cradle Cincinnati has raised more than $25 million for its cause and built dozens of partnerships within the community to save lives. His work for Cradle Cincinnati has included community engagement, strategic planning and evaluation, and communications and media strategy. The result to date—among many other positive outcomes—has been a 15% decline in Hamilton County infant deaths. The views, opinions, and content expressed in this presentation do not necessarily reflect the views, opinions, or policies of Optum.
July 27, 2021 by Until It’s Fixed

This Little Diagnostic Went To Market…

On the show today, I'm thrilled to welcome – LIVE IN STUDIO — Liz Cormier-May, CEO of Mammogen, and Marty Keiser, CEO at IV Bioholdings. It's hard to blend funny, entertaining wit with healthcare jargon like diagnostics, market access, go-to-market strategy, etc. And yet, somehow, we did it. The process is gnarly and ridiculous but, now more than ever, it's actually possible to NOT GET CANCER because of much more accessible and affordable diagnostics. Some of them are free; some are even over the counter. But getting into the hands of doctors or retail consumers is a whole other story, let alone issues with the FDA and safety. Well, we cut through all that crap and get to the brass taxes of how the only real thing moving the needle are consumers who vote with their wallets.For more information, visit https://OffScripMedia.com and follow @MZOutofPatients, @MatthewZachary, @VaxOnPod, and @OffScripMedia on Twitter.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

159 – Beyond telehealth; what’s next for virtual care? Kerry Stratton, InterSystems

In this episode, we hear from Kerry Stratton from InterSystems, who speaks about innovation in healthcare surrounding COVID-19, including telehealth. He also discusses the concept of value-based care and the importance of healthcare data. This episode covers how technology can improve the accessibility and quality of healthcare in rural and remote Australia. It also includes the tangible use and value of healthcare data, the sustainability of telehealth in its current form and explores what the future might hold for healthcare innovation.    Key Takeaways: The factors that hindered innovation before COVID-19 and how they have changed. One of the determinants Kerry outlines is that healthcare is quite complex, and as such, doing anything, such as making decisions and gathering and using data takes much more time.  The value of healthcare data. Kerry shares examples of how healthcare data is being used and weighs in on whether or not it has been highlighted by the pandemic. The utilisation and reliance of telehealth globally. With the global responsibility for InterSystems, Kerry gets exposed to the various ways that countries use telehealth. He describes some ways that he has seen it being used and points out aspects of telehealth that need improvement.  Improving healthcare in rural and remote Australia using technology. Along with technology, Pete and Kerry discuss looking at other aspects of enhancing healthcare, such as internet connectivity and being able to provide care long-term.  The concept of value-based care. Kerry explains how true value can be accomplished. He also addresses the possible barriers to health tech innovation and pinpoints how technology may interfere with clinical governance.
July 26, 2021 by Talking HealthTech

047: What Professional Anxiety Looks Like with Lauren Bell

Anxiety is more prevalent in the nursing workforce than we realise. Unfortunately, It looks like it has increased due to the pressures of the COVID-19 pandemic.    Nurses often work 10 to 12-hour shifts (sometimes longer with enforced overtime) which in itself can induce a lot of stress within our bodies. Moreover, many nurses face trauma on a regular basis and often feel undervalued. All of these factors contribute to our anxiety levels.    In this episode, I speak with Lauren Bell, a registered nurse for over 35 years and a wellness and wealth coach. We unpack professional anxiety in the nursing space and how we can address it.   We are facilitating an online professional workshop to “release professional anxiety and Unleash your happy nurse.” Join us via zoom on Saturday 14th August 0930-1630 AEST.  Register at happynurse.com.au/unleash-your-happy-nurse TOPICS WE DISCUSSED INCLUDE: How stress affects us (2:43)  Peace is contagious (4:40) Acknowledge how you feel (9:25)  Take deep belly breaths (12:11)  Shake your body (13:01)  Get out into nature (18:23)  It’s okay to say NO (21:59)  Self compassion (27:54) Higher acuity, higher fear (33:28)  Recognize your value (36:03)   RESOURCES MENTIONED The Anxiety Relief Handbook  Unleash Your Happy Nurse CONNECT WITH LAUREN BELL laurenbell.com.au Connect with Lauren on Facebook and Instagram Connect with Lauren on LinkedIn CONNECT WITH ELAINA MULLERY HappyNurse.com.au Connect with me on Instagram and Facebook Connect with me on LinkedIn Subscribe to my Youtube channel
July 26, 2021 by The Happy Nurse

Mobile Heartbeat Presents: Perspectives & Possibilities in the Clinical Communications & Collaboration Industry

Mobile Heartbeat CEO, Ron Remy, shares his perspective on the evolving clinical communication & communication landscape across the healthcare continuum. He explores the developing market needs and emerging trends that are informing the roadmap of his company.
July 26, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Medcorder & The Fight To Help Patients Understand Doctors with David Weekly, Founder and CEO at Medcorder

In this episode, we are privileged to feature the amazing David Weekly, Founder and CEO at Medcorder, the first company focused on helping patients get the most out of a consult by recording the session. David discusses how his company helps patients retain and understand doctor instructions which lead to better health. He explains the benefits of Medcorder for both patients and doctors and other possibilities for the medical speech audio which the company is currently exploring. David also talks about technology, telehealth, setbacks, and shares many other info on voice biomarkers. Medcorder is a great solution that has many possibilities. Learn more about Medcorder and its potential benefits in this interview. Please tune in! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
July 26, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Optum Presents: Learn how enterprise IT strategies can enable modernizationfor improved care outcomes and enhanced provider and patient experiences

Hear how enterprise IT strategies present numerous opportunities for improving and transforming healthcare including; improving administrative efficiencies, facilitating clinical advancement, and improving staff efficiency across numerous health system departments. As organizations look for a competitive edge, a cohesive IT strategy is critical to avoid the short-term outcomes of patch work approaches.
July 26, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Supporting The Next Generation Of Nurse Practitioners

In this episode, we spend time with Dr. Barbara Todd to discuss the role of mentorship and education in nurse practitioner training. Dr. Todd shares her personal clinical and teaching experience and emphasizes the importance of diversity in the workforce to support nurse practitioners who work in underserved communities. Dr. Barbara Todd is an experienced nurse practitioner certified in both family practice and acute care. She currently holds a leadership position as the Director of Practice and Education Advanced Practice at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania (HUP). Dr. Todd also teaches at the University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing and is a senior fellow at the Center for Health Outcomes and Policy Research.
July 26, 2021 by At the Core of Care

Engineering Personal Health with Dave Korsunsky

Engineering Personal Health with Dave Korsunsky

Why it's important for physicians to change the system

"What if I had access to real solutions? What if I had resources to provide to a person to help them overcome their problem? As a primary care provider with over 20 years of experience, I know viscerally that I will never “fix” anyone. I can teach, I can guide, I can comfort; but I’m never going to fix a single person. Still, I wish I had more to offer. In my current iteration, I take care of people experiencing homelessness. Having spent much of my career taking care of people with homes, I’m currently grant-funded to care for people experiencing homelessness. The problems, I find, are not fundamentally different, but the phenotype, the manifestation of common, universal problems, such as social isolation, poor nutrition, insecurity, addiction, comes with sharper edges." Nancy Connolly is an internal medicine physician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "What if this physician had access to real solutions?" (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/05/what-if-this-physician-had-access-to-real-solutions.html)
July 26, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Episode 70: Alexandra Giardina – Biobanking and the Pathologists' Assistant

Today my guest is Alexandra Giardina, Pathologists' Assistant student and Biorepository Consultant. What we discuss with Alexandra: Her research experience in neurosignaling physiology Cancer research and how this introduced her to pathology and biobanking How she discovered the pathologists' assistant field while working in biobanking Her work with Audobon Bioscience Her thoughts on the role of a pathologists' assistant in biobanking Her experience as a pathologists' assistant student How the pandemic affected her program and how the program adapted Why she thinks it is important to diversify your skillset Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning The ConfLab from LabVine Dress A Med scrubs   Tulane University Pathologists' Assistant Program Audobon Bioscience Episode 6: Sarah Garner - Garner's Guide to Gross Anatomy Episode 17: Heidi Wagner - Biobanking and Medical Ethics   People of Pathology Podcast: Website Twitter
July 26, 2021 by People of Pathology Podcast

303: Summer Showcase Solo – Burnout, Boundaries and Dragons

Are you ready for my Summer Solocast Series? I am doing some quick solocasts to get you juiced up, infused with encouragement and inspiration. I want you to go about your summer loving your life and making things better.    It’s important that you acknowledge your burnout. Let’s get real. You wouldn’t be listening to this podcast if you didn’t know on some level that you were experiencing burnout. Plus once you’ve named it, you can address it.    If you’re just not sure whether or not you are experiencing burnout, listen as I share the D’s, E’s, and F’s of burnout. If any of them hit home, then you’re likely burned out.    But where do you go next? What do you do?    First, ask yourself this question. Are your needs being met? If they aren’t then you need to address those before you go any further. Give yourself the time and space to actually dig in and do the work.    You can do hard things. You are enough. Stop trying to be everything for everyone. You can’t.   “You are enough, you can not be everything to everybody.” Dr. Errin Weisman In this episode: [02:28] When it comes to burnout, you first have to acknowledge that you have it. [03:05] Listen as I list the D, E’s and F’s and see if any of these hit home. [04:07] I share where you can go from here. [06:04] Look at what you need and see if they are being met. [07:08] The most important thing is to make time and space for yourself. [08:20] Everything that is different about you is your superpower. [11:25] You are enough, you can not be everything to everyone. [12:42] You can do hard things, just make sure the hard things are ones you want to do. Links and Resources CareCloud   3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book, Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Sit with me in my Slack Channel. Schedule a call with Errin HERE Find out more about sponsoring an episode HERE Email Errin HERE
July 26, 2021 by Doctor Me First Podcast

302: Summer Showcase – The Replacement: Niran Al-Agba, MD

Welcome to the Doctor Me First Summer Showcase where we are spotlighting the other amazing doctor podcasts that are out there. Over the next eight weeks you will get to listen to an episode from a different doctor podcast and then a solo podcast from me. This episode is from the RX For Success podcast with Dr. Randy Cook.   Niran S. Al-Agba, MD is a third-generation primary care physician practicing for 20 years in her hometown. She began working in her father’s medical office on Saturdays when she was 9 and has done every job in a medical office that there is including receptionist, medical assistant, janitor, and all the way to physician owner. After graduating from Michigan State University with a BS in Lyman Briggs Physiology and History of Health and Humanities, she attended University of Washington School of Medicine, graduating in 1999. She completed an internship and residency at Denver Children's Hospital/University of Colorado SOM and returned home to work in her father’s practice in 2001 for a few months and then permanently in 2002.   Dr. Al-Agba’s Prescription for Success: Number 1: Be exactly who you are; don’t try to change for other people Number 2: Learn to sift the personal from the professional feedback. It’s not about you as a human being, rather about something you did or can do better. Number 3: Be brutally honest. Don’t sugarcoat the message, tell people, for good or bad, exactly what you’re thinking. Connect with Dr. Al-Agba Email: [email protected] Website: https://www.niranalagba.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/silverdalepeds KevinMD: https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/post-author/niran-s-al-agba Dr. Al-Agba also writes a regular column for the Kitsap Sun Newspaper: https://www.kitsapsun.com/ Links and Resources CareCloud   3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT LOW-COST!!! Buy my Kindle Book, Doctor Me First, on Amazon Join us for our Monthly Burnout Masterclass Series. Sit with me in my Slack Channel. Schedule a call with Errin HERE Wanna be on this podcast: Schedule HERE Email Errin HERE
July 26, 2021 by Doctor Me First Podcast

Newsday – IT Spending, Telehealth Expansion, and State Licensure for Telehealth

July 26, 2021: It’s Newsday with Ed Ricks, CEO, Director of Healthcare at Sirius Healthcare. A Gartner CIO report shows that IT spending is expected to increase for cyber, analytics and cloud. McKinsey reports that telehealth utilization has stabilized at levels 38X higher than before the pandemic. Why are states against easing licensing for telemedicine? Does it make sense? Walmart Health is getting licensed in 37 states to offer telehealth. What does that mean for the industry? Truveta Grows to More Than 15% of US patient care. HIEs are exploding globally. Why the exponential growth? And in hospital telehealth is not an oxymoron. During COVID, the benefits of it were obvious. However, what happens after COVID? Key Points:Don’t look at it as a cybersecurity problem. Look at it as a risk management problem. [00:06:45] Behavioral health is currently the highest percentage of telehealth visits [00:21:45] Some of the most important work within our industry is around the USCDI [00:29:55] The more data the better. There's no doubt about it. [00:36:25] Sirius HealthcareStories:Gartner CIO report: IT spending expected to increase for cyber, analytics, cloud - Healthcare IT NewsIt's '​​all about protecting local physicians from competition': Why states are against easing licensing for telemedicine - BeckersWalmart Health is Gearing up to Offer Telehealth across the Country - Business InsiderTelehealth: A quarter-trillion-dollar post-COVID-19 reality? - McKinseyIn Hospital Telehealth is not an Oxymoron. Here’s Why - Healthcare Pitt StopUnified Data: The Key to HIE Success -  Healthcare IT TodayTruveta Grows to More Than 15% of U.S. Patient Care with New Members, Closing Series A Funding with Nearly $100 Million
July 26, 2021 by This Week In Health IT

What to Do if Your Business Idea Is Already Taken

Join me this week as I offer why you don’t have to worry about your business idea already existing out in the world. I’m showing you the advantages of having a business idea that’s already taken, 4 ways to make an already established idea yours, and how I’ve made my business authentic to me. Get full show notes and more information here: https://entremd.com/137
July 26, 2021 by The EntreMD Podcast

Ep. 84: NEM Development for Healthcare – Gregory Saive (CEO UBC.Digital)

Gregory Saive is an experienced software developer from Belgium who uses the NEM blockchain platform to develop various dapps including an online game called PacNem. He spent time as Head Foundation Developer at NEM. Gregory is founder and CEO of UBC.Digital which publishes content for blockchain developers. He's also the blockchain lead at D Health and works on Symbol from NEM. Twitter: https://twitter.com/eVias PacNem website: https://www.pacnem.com/ D Health website: https://dhealth.network/ Symbol website: https://symbolplatform.com/ --Show Notes-- •Introduction to Gregory's background •Development experience and career •What is the most important thing you are doing in the blockchain space? •Please describe your organization, UBC Digital for developers •eBook – Symbol from NEM the return of the ninjas •What is the primary benefit of using NEM vs another blockchain network for DLT development? •What healthcare organizations are using NEM and what problems are they trying to solve? •How can development be incentivized using blockchain? •What is Dhealth.network? •How did you come up with Pac-Nem? •What are your thoughts on Ethereum and Cardano development? •What is Symbol Platform and how much traction does it have? •General technical specifications (architecture) of network •What are your thoughts about the singularity that is supposed to happen in 2045? •If you had to have micro chip implanted in your body, where would you want it to be implanted? •Favorite book that has influenced you – Clean Code by Robert C. Martin •Final Takeaways --News Corner-- https://qz.com/2036529/more-than-450-airlines-can-now-use-ibms-digital-health-pass/ On July 22, 2021, international airline reservation system, Amadeus, announced adoption of IBM’s digital health passport solution called IBM Digital Health Pass. The health pass uses IBM’s blockchain technology to allow travel security agents to verify a travel’s covid-19 vaccination status without using a simple QR code scan. --Health Unchained Links-- Website: https://healthunchained.org Telegram: t.me/healthunchained Twitter: twitter.com/Healthunchaind
July 26, 2021 by Health Unchained

Self-Care/Internal Conversations/Feelings: Dr. Sogol Pahlavan – Pediatrician

Now is a great time to start a podcast!  Check out the free podcast launch masterclass I created to learn how: http://bit.ly/podcastinglaunchmasterclass ___________________ Dr. Sogol Pahlavan is a board-certified pediatrician, founder, and managing partner of ABC Pediatric Clinic.  After struggling with burnout, Dr. Sogol embarked on a journey of mindful living and became certified as a mindfulness coach.  She utilizes mindfulness tools along with meditation, yoga, and breathwork to connect to the present moment to find self-fulfillment and JOY.  She teaches physicians to fully take back responsibility for their life by reclaiming their power and committing to reconnecting to their most authentic selves. Her mission: heal the healers. Check out her podcast: Mindful Living with Dr. Sogol Or find her on Facebook and Instagram ___________________ Thank you for dropping by to check out the latest podcast episode.  I’m thankful and grateful that you are here.   ___________________ I love all things about podcasting, especially helping others get their podcasts started.  Here are some of the amazing podcasts that have been launched after taking the Podcasting Launch Course for Professionals.   SPOILER ALERT - one of these talented women is launching their SECOND podcast!  How cool is that?   Pivot & Bloom Podcast  https://bit.ly/PivotandBloom   The Drama-Free Workplace with Patti Perez  https://bit.ly/DramaFreeWorkplace   Living at Your Finest  https://www.buzzsprout.com/1202669   Ignite Your PowHer https://igniteyourpowher.buzzsprout.com/ ___________________ RESOURCES: Looking to start a podcast? Now is a great time to do just that!  Check out the free podcast launch masterclass I created to see if starting a podcast is a match for you.  http://bit.ly/podcastinglaunchmasterclass  Are you too busy to participate in a facilitated course but still want to get your show started? The Podcast in a Box is for you! You provide the audio for your first 5 five shows to launch with a bang, we do the REST.  http://bit.ly/doneforyoupodcasting Are you a podcast host or have the desire to be a podcast guest?  You will want to check out PodMatch, a free service that automatically matches podcast guests and hosts together for interviews.  Here’s my invite link: http://bit.ly/joinpodmatch   Get off the fear fence today. Your tribe is waiting to hear your voice!
July 25, 2021 by Fearless Freedom with Dr. G

Why doctors can’t rest

"I think doctors are just wired that way. We are productive. We get things done. It is expected. We are supposed to do more, do it all, and be all the things to all the people. We come to a point where we try to satisfy this, and then we cannot do enough for ourselves. We cannot rest. We must keep trying to check things off the list to get things done. And it is overwhelming. It does lead to burnout. I am still a work in progress. I am writing this on a work night because it is burning in my brain, wanting to come out. Perhaps I should be doing nothing, resting for a full day. But if I do that, I will feel guilty that I have wasted this time when I could have been putting my thoughts down on paper. The mind is always going. This is me, but I think it applies to many other physicians. Look at your habits and see if you have some of my same tendencies. If you do, let’s start talking about how to reverse this tide of overwhelm to create some time for yourself when you are doing nothing and not regretting it." Marion McCrary is an internal medicine physician and can be reached at Marion McCrary Wellness. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Why doctors can’t rest." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/05/why-doctors-cant-rest.html)
July 25, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Marshall Allen on how to contest hospital bills and avoid treatment you don’t need

"It’s rare for anyone to try and tally the precise cost of unnecessary care. But when they do, the estimates are staggering. The Washington Health Alliance, a nonprofit dedicated to making care safe and affordable, analyzed insurance claims from 1.3 million patients who received one of 47 tests or services that are considered overused or unnecessary. What they found should make patients and doctors rethink that next referral. In a single year, more than 600,000 patients underwent a treatment they didn’t need, costing an estimated $282 million. More than a third of the money spent on the tests went to unnecessary care, their study found. Unnecessary medical care has 'become so normalized that I don’t think people in the system see it,' Dr. Vikas Saini told me. Saini is president of The Lown Institute, a Boston think tank focused on making health care more effective, affordable and just. Lown researchers have shown how overtreatment happens across the spectrum of medical care. Doctors may push for Caesarean sections for their own convenience, not so moms and babies can be healthy. Breast cancer, prostate cancer and thyroid cancer get over-diagnosed, leading to harmful and costly treatment. Around a third of colonoscopies are unnecessary, research has shown. That’s not just wasting our money. It’s also putting us at risk of harm." Marshall Allen is a journalist and author of Never Pay the First Bill: And Other Ways to Fight the Health Care System and Win. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "How to avoid treatment you don’t need." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/06/how-to-avoid-treatment-you-dont-need.html)
July 24, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

The Future of Healthcare in a Post Pandemic World with Andrew Botham, Chief Scientific Officer at TestCard

In this podcast, we are excited to host Dr. Andrew Botham, the Chief Scientific Officer, and Co-Founder at TestCard. Andrew discusses how his company is leveraging the power of technology and cameras in smartphones to offer immediate results related to medical tests. He talks about challenges healthcare scientists face and how TestCard's home testing solution, with the help of a phone's camera (or clinical grade scanner), helps people get accurate and faster results, which they can then take to their doctor. He talks about providing easier access to health care, low-cost solutions, reducing contaminations, and more. This interview is packed with learnings and insights, so please tune in! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
July 23, 2021 by Outcomes Rocket

Top Stories for 7/23

Direct contracting reimbursement model proving popular among payers and providers; Mass General teams with YouTube to tackle medical disinformation. Also: Gamified strategies show only modest success in changing people's health behaviors.Links to the stories: Providers, payers see direct contracting's capitation as an important move to value-based careYouTube tapped to support access to accurate medical infoGamification boosts physical activity, healthy behaviors in new study
July 23, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Hospital lessons learned from COVID-19 — with Paul Coyne, Joe Fisne, and Bill Siwicki

For the past several months, Healthcare IT News Features Editor Bill Siwicki has been writing a series on lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic for hospitals throughout the US. For this installment of HIMSSCast, Bill and host Jonah Comstock are joined by Paul Coyne, NP,  clinical practice and chief nursing informatics officer at the Hospital for Special Surgery, and Joe Fisne, associate chief information officer at Geisinger Health System, to discuss some of the biggest learnings to come out of the series.This podcast is brought to you by Zoom and is a companion to 'Telehealth is here to stay', episode 1 of our Workplace Re-entry series.Talking pointsHow COVID taught us how fast we can innovateThe importance of video conferencing, internally as well as externallyPhysician collaboration and rapid prototypingHow COVID-19 aligned priorities within hospitalsAn unexpected lesson: Hospital HR systems need improvementComfortable vs uncomfortable innovationThe future of telehealth utilizationMore about this episodeHealth IT Lessons Learned During the COVID-19 Era (Bill's series)Hospital IT leaders talk lessons learned from a tough pandemic yearWhat does the 'after COVID-19' business look like? IT leaders weigh inCIOs plan on refined telehealth, faster deployments, more collaborative toolsHow IT leaders are reimagining and repurposing technologies to handle new challengesBurnout in the Age of COVID-19 (Bill's previous series)
July 23, 2021 by HIMSSCast

How physicians can be better medical leaders

"A sad truth is this: Most everywhere, health care is a low-margin industry that lacks resources to invest in leadership development. Although our business’s central, sacred function is caring for our fellow human beings, many who move up in the health care hierarchy do so without possessing the so-called 'soft skills' that facilitate one’s ability to lead groups and motivate others. 'Soft skills,' a military term that arose in the 1960s, refers to the interpersonal savvy that it takes for organizational stakeholders to succeed. Soft skills are about more than the weaponry and the machinery; they’re about the people. Whether it’s academic medicine, corporate medicine, or public sector medicine, we are simply not taking enough time to focus our leaders’ attention on the interpersonal dimension of their work. Excellent training and supervision enhance essential managerial skills, but most health care organizations choose not to invest in that which is 'soft.'" Steve Adelman is a psychiatrist and can be reached at his self-titled site, AdelMED. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "The joylessness of harried medical leaders." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/07/the-joylessness-of-harried-medical-leaders.html)
July 23, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Becoming a Nurse Informaticist Extraordinaire | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 332

On episode 332 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews nurse informaticist extraordinaire Lisa Jenkins Brooks about her journey from the bedside to nursing informatics, as well as becoming an author and a sought-after influencer in the healthcare informatics space.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. 
July 23, 2021 by The Nurse Keith Show
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