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Captions on the COVID vaccine selfie matter as much as the picture

"For a vaccination campaign to be highly effective, we need to be open to having difficult conversations with people who disagree with our perspective. If we don’t, the result will be a polarization of philosophical ideas and not an unbiased and unemotional assessment of the data where maybe we can meet in the middle. As we share our pictures and experiences regarding getting our vaccines, let’s try to admit what we know and, more importantly, what we don’t know. Let’s not speak down to those who have questions. And let’s not be afraid to say that maybe we are a little afraid ourselves of some of these unknowns but that we are willing to take the potential risk of getting a vaccine because over the past then months, there are a few more knowns about the actual virus that scare us even more. Happy conscientious and kind posting." Alicia Billington is a plastic surgeon. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "The COVID vaccine selfie: The caption matters as much as the picture." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/12/the-covid-vaccine-selfie-the-caption-matters-as-much-as-the-picture.html)
March 6, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

David Verinder, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System

  This episode features David Verinder, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System. Here, he discusses his top three points of pride in the organization, the challenges he sees with his community’s growing population, and more.  

David Verinder, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System

This episode features David Verinder, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System. Here, he discusses his top three points of pride in the organization, the challenges he sees with his community’s growing population, and more.

David Verender, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System

This episode features David Verender, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System. Here, he discusses his top three points of pride in the organization, the challenges he sees with his community’s growing population, and more.

David Verinder, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System

This episode features David Verinder, CEO of Sarasota Memorial Healthcare System. Here, he discusses his top three points of pride in the organization, the challenges he sees with his community’s growing population, and more.

Ernie Sadau, President & CEO at CHRISTUS Health

This episode features Ernie Sadau, President & CEO at CHRISTUS Health. Here, he discusses his career journey, how technology is changing healthcare, and more.

Dr. Ray Costantini, CEO and Co-founder of Bright.md

In this episode, Dr. Ray Costantini, the CEO and Co-founder of Bright.md, discusses how to improve healthcare in America and highlights the differences between coverage and access. This episode is sponsored by Bright.md (https://bright.md/).

Using data to work toward telehealth equity — with Dr. Lauren Eberly and Dr. Srinath Adusumalli

We know that telehealth can be a tremendous opportunity to expand healthcare access for people who might face barriers to medical services. But it also may be replicating the digital divide.In a recent study, researchers examined data from nearly 150,000 unique patients who scheduled telemedicine visits from March 16 to May 11, 2020. They investigated who completed those visits, and how. Two of those researchers, Dr. Lauren Eberly, a fellow in cardiovascular medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, and Dr. Srinath Adusumalli, assistant chief medical information officer for connected health and assistant professor of clinical medicine, cardiovascular at Penn Medicine, joined MobiHealthNews Managing Editor Laura Lovett and Healthcare IT News Senior Editor Kat Jercich to discuss their findings and the importance of centering equity in virtual care.Talking points:Structural inequities are pervasive, and the digital divide is realPatients of color have lower rates of access to broadband and digital connectivityIn this study, older patients, Asian patients, Medicaid users and non-English speakers were less likely to complete telehealth visitsIt’s important to meet patients where they’re at and to meet their clinical needsThere are many opportunities for telehealth outside of rural careIt's a matter of population health as well – and we have to get it right sooner rather than laterThis is the chance to rethink strategies to deliver careVendors should incorporate equity into their designLaying a stronger foundation for reimbursement of care —especially payment parity—would be helpful to safeguard careBroadband access will also be keyMore about this episode:Women are less likely to use video for telehealth careStudy: Black patients more likely than white patients to use telehealth because of pandemicTelehealth may worsen digital divide for people with disabilitiesTelehealth's digital divide is real, and members of Congress want to address itHims & Hers, ATA, and 10 others launch Telehealth Equity Coalition
March 5, 2021 by HIMSSCast

Top Stories for 3/5

Medical groups urge racial data collection efforts for COVID-19 vaccinations; Apple and the University of Michigan share first results from hearing study. Also: Merck and Johnson & Johnson partner with the federal government to ramp up vaccine manufacturing.Links to the stories:Medical groups urge racial data collection efforts for COVID-19 vaccinationsApple, University of Michigan share first results from Apple Hearing StudyMerck to open facilities to Johnson & Johnson for speedier COVID-19 vaccine production
March 5, 2021 by HIMSSCast

F122 Algorithm-based Matchmaking Of The Elderly And Caregivers (Anja Silbauer)

As a part of the currently running series about AgeTech, today’s episode is focused on elderly care and how to best match caregivers and the elderly. You are going to hear from an Austrian entrepreneur, Anja Silbauer.    According to OECD, health care coverage is near-universal, and accessibility of services is generally good. Austria is among the countries with the lowest self-reported unmet medical needs in the EU. While life expectancy has increased in recent years, behavioral risk factors remain a major driver of morbidity and mortality in Austria. Smoking among adults has not declined over the past two decades and is now more prevalent than in most other EU countries. Progress with restricting smoking in public places has been slow, and a smoking ban in establishments that provide hospitality was delayed again to late 2019. Although alcohol consumption has decreased since 2000, it remains above the EU average.• In this episode you will hear from Anja Silbaur - co-founder and CEO of Harmony & Care - an Austrian startup that designed a matching platform for caregivers of the elderly. It resembles dating providers: caregivers and the elderly need to fill out a thorough questionnaire. This serves as a basis for finding the most suitable matches. In the past Harmony and Care (https://www.harmonyandcare.com/) worked with Caregivers agencies in Austria. In 2019 they also launched their own https://careplus24.com/ Care+ platform that enables the elderly or their loved ones to find a full-time caregiver that lives with the elderly person at their home. In this way, the elderly can delay or avoid a stressful move to a nursing home facility and stay at home longer. In this discussion with Anja, you will hear some thoughts about the demands of the aging population, the needs of the elderly, and how society can best approach care in our final years of life. This episode is a part of a longer series about AgeTech and peaceful aging. Tune in to other shows as well, and subscribe to be notified about new ones automatically.     Go to: www.facesofdigitalhealth.com  Leave a rating or a review: www.lovethepodcast.com/facesofdigitalhealth
March 5, 2021 by Faces of Digital Health

Do politics have a place in medicine?

"In addition to being a pediatrician, I am Jewish and the granddaughter of a sole Holocaust survivor. My grandfather’s family perished in Auschwitz, a concentration camp in Poland. My grandfather alone escaped, skiing through the night, to his safety and ultimate survival. The request from my hospital, the presidential debate, and the seeming dismissal of parentless children reminds me of a quote from Elie Wiesel, a Nobel Prize-winning writer, and Holocaust survivor. “What hurts the victim most is not the cruelty of the oppressor, but the silence of the bystander.” I will not tone it down. I will not be silent. I believe a medical institution that is dedicated to the well-being of all people would not ask me to do otherwise." Ariana Witkin is a pediatrician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Why politics has a place in medicine." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/10/why-politics-has-a-place-in-medicine.html)
March 5, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Assessing the State of American Public Health in the Age of COVID-19 | The Nurse Keith Show, EPS 312

On episode 312 of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Ron Bialek, MPP, the President and CEO of the Public Health Foundation, and Vanessa Lamers, MPH, MESc, the Assistant Director of Performance Management and Quality Improvement of the Public Health Foundation. In the course of this important conversation, we take a deep dive into the state of public health in the United States in the age of the COVID-19 pandemic, especially in light of the egregious defunding of our crucial public health infrastructure.  Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, as well as a professional podcaster, published author, inspiring speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur.  The Nurse Keith Show is a proud member of Ars Longa Media, a collaborative network of podcasts and media entities adding a humanistic touch to professional education, educate the public from a scientifically informed perspective, and improve lives by addressing social ills. The Nurse Keith Show is also a proud member of The Health Podcast Network, one of the largest and fastest-growing collections of authoritative, high-quality podcasts taking on the tough topics in health and care with empathy, expertise, and a commitment to excellence. Show notes NurseKeith.com Facebook.com/NurseKeithCoaching Twitter.com/nursekeith Instagram.com/nursekeithcoaching LinkedIn.com/in/keithallancarlson
March 5, 2021 by The Nurse Keith Show

What nursing home turnover means for quality of care

Listen to Rob Lot and Jessica Bylander discuss the latest on the COVID-19 vaccine rollout, nursing home staff turnover, and how health equity relates to both topics.
March 5, 2021 by Health Affairs This Week

The #BCSM Podcast, EP3: Ending Health Disparities

In this series finale crossover episode, we meet Maimah Karmo, President, and CEO of the Tigerlily Foundation, and learn about her journey to end disparities for young breast cancer patients of color. If you like this series, be sure to subscribe, leave a rating, a review, share on social media, and please tell your community to check it out. Your voice matters. Tell us your story in your voice and give us your feedback about the series by leaving us a good old-fashioned voicemail at (855) AUDIO66 (283-4666.) And don’t forget to join the #BCSM weekly tweet chat live every Monday at 9pm/ET on Twitter.

How Telehealth, Remote Patient Care, and Digital Initiatives are Changing Cancer Care with City of Hope CIO

March 10, 2021: City of Hope is a world-class cancer hospital with precision immunotherapy, T-cell and STEM cell medical therapies. CIO Patrick Anderson gives us a glimpse into his role in 2021. What work is top of mind right now? Physical moves to...
March 5, 2021 by This Week In Health IT

Joseph Koons, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer at LifeBridge Health

This episode features Joseph Koons, Senior Vice President and Chief Revenue Officer at LifeBridge Health. Here, he discusses what revenue technologies he’s using, the challenges he’s anticipating in 2021, and more.

Michelle Fortune, CEO at St Luke’s Hospital

Michelle Fortune, CEO of St. Luke's Hospital in Columbus, North Carolina, joined the podcast to discuss how priorities for rural and community healthcare will change in the coming year and how she is preparing to meet the top challenges on the horizon. She also spoke about caregiver wellness and maintaining the financial stability of her institution.

Three Rules for Sustainable Physician Compensation Plans

Hospital CEOs pull Peter LaFleur into their inner circle of trusted advisers. As a CPA, Peter brings his financial know-how coupled with a broad strategic understanding of healthcare in order to reach sustainable agreements that benefit the entire community long-term. As the ultimate compliment, Peter’s Consilium Group is often asked to stay around to negotiate and then administrate plans for better healthcare delivery. To learn more, and get the full benefits of our community, visit us at medvale.com --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/medvaleradio/message
March 4, 2021 by Medvale Radio

113 – Creating healthy and well workplaces; Tom Bosna, Pinnacle Health Group Australia

Is your workplace invested in your health and wellness? Tom Bosna  is the co-founder of Well Workplaces and owner of Pinnacle Health Group Australia. He is a former physiotherapist turned health business owner, and an industry leader of workplace wellbeing with a vision for a world where workplaces lead and create healthier communities. Over the past decade, Tom has established a market-leading onsite wellness centre model of care for innovative companies such as ANZ, EY, Westpac and more. With growing interest and corporate demand, Tom and his team have helped establish a unique approach to wellbeing that helps progressive organisations thrive. He is also the host of the podcast Well Workplaces, a project he’s focused on for the last two years. Well Workplaces’ primary focus is to inspire healthy changes in the workplace. The company focuses predominantly on the small to medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) with around 50 to 1000 people. Tom explained that this is the primary difference between Well Workplaces and Pinnacle Health Group Australia; the latter focuses on convenient corporate wellness centres. Well Workplaces caters specifically to wellness programs for small to medium enterprises that need to make healthy changes. This episode of Talking HealthTech features Tom Bosna from Pinnacle Health Group Australia. We discuss workplace wellness programs, the value of wellbeing in the workplace, the return of investment on mental health programs in a work setting, what workplace wellness looks like nowadays in an increasingly remote workforce setting and the future trends of workplace health. Tune into this episode of Talking HealthTech to understand the value of workplace wellness programs and how exactly investing in your employees can have massive financial returns. Also, get advice from a physiotherapist about setting up a workspace that promotes good body posture. Check out the episode and full show notes here. To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Pinnacle Health Group Australia, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here. 
March 4, 2021 by Talking HealthTech

Matt Hawkins, CEO of Waystar on the Pediatric Revenue Cycle

This episode features a fireside chat with Matt Hawkins of Waystar as part of Becker's Pediatric Leadership Virtual Forum. Here, Matt discusses simplifying healthcare payments and the future of RCM for Children's Hospitals. This podcast is sponsored by Waystar (https://www.waystar.com/).

Avoiding Narrow Interview Structures with Jesse and Jay

In this new MedMan Podcast episode, Jay interviews Jesse about the interview structures and how to avoid narrow ones during the hunting and hiring process. Jesse delves into the importance of different types of structures he has used on the MedMan clinic: from phone interviews to one-on-ones and group interviews. They also discuss how much valuable information you can get about a candidate when they are engaging with other people that are not in charge of the process. Jesse likes to do this and know how the candidates interact with the front desk before and after the interviews. He also suggests creating the steps of the process backward, knowing what you need to know from the candidate before initiating the interviews. For the full transcript, show notes, and resources to help you level up your practice, visit us at medman.com 
March 4, 2021 by The MedMan Podcast

Managing Cognitive Impairment with Dirk Soenksen

Managing Cognitive Impairment with Dirk Soenksen

An introduction to medical-legal consulting

"There is a unique non-clinical consulting opportunity any physician can learn to do full-time, as part of your existing practice, or in lieu of retiring.  I’m Dr. Armin Feldman, and I’m a full-time medical-legal consultant in legal cases.  A little over 13 years ago, I started and now, through the years, have been refining a new subspecialty of forensic medicine.   I’ve trained over 1,600 physicians to do this consulting work. When doctors and lawyers think about lawyers hiring doctors, they only think of one thing: Hiring doctors to be expert witnesses.   It’s important to know, you won’t act as a medical expert, and you won’t participate in medical malpractice cases.  There is a big difference between a medical-legal consultant and a medical expert witness in legal matters.  In fact, they are two completely different things." Armin Feldman is a medical consultant to attorneys. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "An introduction to medical-legal consulting." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/12/an-introduction-to-medical-legal-consulting.html)
March 4, 2021 by The Podcast by KevinMD

How to Go From Idea to Selling Your Product with Brian Mohika

# 28 How many times have you had a great idea for something that would make your life or the life of your patients easier? How many times have you seen a nurse come up with a tip or trick to get something working? Nurses are natural inventors and in this episode we sit down with Brian Mohika, CEO & Founder of CathWear. He walks through his journey of how he came up with the idea through manufacturing and selling his product. He shares the struggles he encountered on the journey, including what he did to build a team and scale his empire. He also    highlights his amazing story on becoming a nurse inventor in his new book “Let it Flow”.  Whether you are interested in becoming a nurse inventor, or simply want to improve your leadership skills this episode will share crucial insights into getting a team on board to make differences in others lives. Never miss an episode by hitting subscribe! Find more information to help you on your nurse leader journey at www.nurseleadernetwork.com
March 4, 2021 by Nurse Leader Network
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