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Keynote: The Future of Healthcare: Data Surges, Virtual Nurses, and Aligned Missions With Doug King

In this episode, Doug King, Senior VP & CIO at Northwestern Medicine, delves into the transformative role of technology in healthcare. As healthcare systems increasingly integrate cutting-edge technology, how will clinicians adapt? Can AI truly be a reliable "team member" in patient care? As the borders between clinical and consumer data blur, what ethical considerations should be taken into account? Doug argues that the influx of data, while invaluable, also presents the challenge of discerning "signal" from "noise." How should healthcare institutions prepare for this exponential increase in data, and what strategies can help in filtering valuable information? Lastly, when it comes to forming valuable partnerships with vendors, Doug emphasizes the importance of shared mission and culture. Listen in to explore these questions and more. Key Points Ethical Considerations in AI & data Data-driven decisionsDigital nurses Patient digital experienceValuable vendor partnerships
September 22, 2023 by This Week Health: Conference

Blockchain at the Core of Healthcare Data with Jim Nasr, CEO of Acoer

Blockchain technology is coming to change the game for the healthcare industry. In today's episode, our returning guest, Jim Nasr, talks about the application of blockchain technology in healthcare. He explores blockchain's role in healthcare data management, emphasizing Acoer's value-driven approach and blockchain's transformative potential in the U.S. healthcare system. Tune in to gain insights into the evolving role of blockchain in improving healthcare outcomes and empowering patients with their health data. Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
September 21, 2023 by Outcomes Rocket

378 – The rise of Speciality General Practice Clinics and their changing digital health needs

📺 Watch this episode on YouTube: this episode of Talking HealthTech, podcast host Peter Birch sits on a panel at the Talking HealthTech Winter Summit, moderated by Jessica White from Best Practice, alongside Dr Adam Moody, and Dr Talat Uppal to discuss the changing landscape of specialty GP clinics and their digital health needs. They delve into the importance of workflow optimisation and interoperability in healthcare delivery and share their experiences and challenges with implementing technology solutions. The panel highlights the significance of collaborative care, patient engagement, and understanding the specific needs of clinicians. This episode offers valuable insights into improving health outcomes through technology. Key Takeaways:- Workflow optimisation and interoperability are crucial for efficient healthcare delivery in specialty GP clinics. - Technology solutions should be purpose-built for specific clinical needs rather than forcing clinicians to adapt to existing technology. - Collaborative care and respect for allied health professionals are essential for providing comprehensive patient care. - Patient engagement, such as involving patients in healthcare decisions and using patient portals for information access, can improve outcomes. - Understanding the specific challenges and needs of clinicians is key to solving healthcare problems through technology integration. 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
September 21, 2023 by Talking HealthTech

Episode 37: It’s time to take your medicine – and Charles Gellman of HiDO Health has AI robots to help you remember

More than 131 million people in the U.S. take a prescription drug every day, but nearly half don’t take their medications as directed. Charles Gellman, CEO and co-founder of HiDO Health, joins Justin to discuss how technologies like AI, RFID, and robotics can help patients and caregivers adhere to complex drug regimens without direct support from a doctor or pharmacist. Charles explains how his company leverages this tech to eliminate barriers to health equity and reduce the 125,000 preventable deaths and $300 billion in preventable care costs associated with medication non-adherence each year.
September 21, 2023 by Definitively Speaking

TO: Trends and Tailwinds Shaping the Dental Industry with Maggie Jarrett, Director of Business Development at TUSK Partners

Dentists can use some support to focus on clinical care, but here’s what they need to know to make the most out of their practice’s value. In this episode, Maggie Jarrett talks about mergers and acquisitions involving dental service organizations and traditional practices, touching on matters like the negotiation, valuation, and execution of these deals, considering industry trends and developments with hosts Jonathan and Mariya. She also explains what invisible DSOs are, how they work, and why everyone seems to be heading in that direction to provide better care, still have financial support, and make patients happier. Tune in and learn more about DSOs and the business side of dental care! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
September 21, 2023 by Outcomes Rocket

Episode 30: Youth Suicide Prevention in the United States

September is National Suicide Prevention Month. According to the World Health Organization, more than 700,000 people die due to suicide every year. Many more people think about or attempt suicide. It is the fourth leading cause of death among 15-29 year olds, and in the US, one person dies every 11 minutes from suicide. Discussing this sobering topic are two mental health experts Dr. Holly Wilcox and Dr. Michael Lindsey. Dr. Holly Wilcox is a Professor in the Department of Mental Health at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health with joint appointments in the Department of Health Policy and Management as well as the Johns Hopkins Schools of Medicine and Education. Dr. Michael A. Lindsey is Dean and Paulette Goddard Professor of Social Work at NYU Silver School of Social Work. Dr. Lindsey is a noted scholar in the fields of child and adolescent mental health. Podcast References and Resources: Trevor Project Healing Conversations Steve Fund Youthline Crisis Text Line Text HOME to 741741 to connect with a volunteer Crisis Counselor 988
September 21, 2023 by On the Pulse

Amplify Nursing Season 8: Episode 01: Live from the Summer Innovation Institute

On our first episode of season 8 of the Amplify Nursing podcast, we kick off with a live podcast recording from this past June as a part of our Summer Innovation Institute. During the live event - which was so much fun to record, as you will hear - we discussed with our audience the need for senior nurse leaders in health systems to embrace and support innovation, what individual and organizational traits make a nurse more innovative, and so much more. We also reveal the origin story of the Amplify Nursing podcast. This was a very fun episode to record. We hope you enjoy it.
September 21, 2023 by Amplify Nursing

Navigating Parenthood as a Rare Mom – Expert Insights into Special Needs Financial Planning with Mary McDirmid from Special Abilities Network

ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 199 Navigating as a Rare Mom - Expert Insights into Special Needs Financial Planning with Mary McDirmid from Special Abilities Network Mary McDirmid is a rare mom and Chief Inclusion Officer at Special Abilities Network. She has a passion for advocating for families like ours— families with children who have disabilities and rare diseases. She's here to talk us through the uncomfortable topic of financial and future planning for our rare families.  EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS How do parents approach planning for their children's future when things feel so uncertain? If you don't have the capacity to think about it, the first thing to do is to figure out what you can do to create space and capacity. Triage anything that's causing a lot of stress so you can move from caregiver mode to parent mode.  What's the importance of planning when you have a child with disabilities or rare disease? The importance is that if a child is on any type of state or federal benefit, we want to ensure they keep those benefits. When they turn 18, they're legally an adult and they can only have a certain amount of assets in their name. There's only a couple places we can put money to help them save and not have funds count against their asset limits. It's important to also be able to supplement financial care when you're no longer around. The importance is keeping your child benefit-eligible and to ensure your child is cared for.  What is your advice for parents who don't have the financial resources to save for their child's future? Apply for state benefits and leverage those resources to find funds. Think about other resources such as family members who can contribute. Examine how your family is spending money  and reflect on your personal spending habits to see if there's somewhere to save.   How can families advocate for change around policy and providing better care for our kids? If you're up for the fight, you have the time, and you have the capacity, think about what you want to achieve, be clear in your ask and be prepared to follow up. If you're considering taking something on, ask yourself if the project benefits from your special skill or expertise, if it serves the community you represent, and what / who you want to be held accountable to.  LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED Dante Labs Special Abilities Network TSC Alliance State Disability Resource Guides TUNE INTO THE ONCE UPON A GENE PODCAST Spotify Apple Podcasts Stitcher Overcast CONNECT WITH EFFIE PARKS Website Twitter Instagram Built Ford Tough Facebook Group Interested in advertising on Once Upon a Gene? Email adve[email protected] for more information!
September 21, 2023 by Once Upon A Gene

Is emergency medicine your calling?

Join Yang Wang, an emergency physician. Explore the unique challenges and rewards of emergency medicine, the evolving landscape of the field, and the qualities that make someone an ideal fit for this demanding profession. Discover insights into maintaining passion and purpose in a career that revolves around saving lives and navigating the complex world of health care. Yang Wang is an emergency physician. He discusses the KevinMD article, "The rewards and challenges of emergency medicine." The Podcast by KevinMD is brought to you by the Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience. Ambient intelligence augments human capabilities to make our lives easier. The applications are many, especially in health care. Ambient clinical intelligence is offsetting the most pressing challenges in health care today, such as burnout, physician shortages, physician and patient dissatisfaction, and underperforming financial outcomes, by applying the technology to clinical documentation.  The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, utilizes artificial intelligence and natural language processing to automatically document care. It securely listens to and captures the natural, clinician-patient encounter conversation unobtrusively, and turns that conversation into a clinical note for the clinician's review and signature directly in the electronic health record. You just talk naturally, and DAX does the rest.  DAX is being used by thousands of physicians across 30 different specialties nationwide. It has already won the Silver Stevie award in the health care technology category and was ranked #1 for improving clinician experience in KLAS's top 20 emerging solutions. VISIT SPONSOR → SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → Powered by CMEfy.
September 21, 2023 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Episode 120: Stepping Up to Lead in a Time of Change

Solid executive leadership is essential to the success of any hospital, but the job of a rural hospital president is unique with its own set of challenges and opportunities. So, how do rural hospital presidents set the stage for the future and lead their organizations with purpose? On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Helen Johnson, president of Sparrow Eaton Hospital, about stepping into her role as a rural hospital president. Find Sparrow Eaton Hospital online! Follow Rural Health Rising on Twitter! Follow Hillsdale Hospital on social media!  Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer 
September 21, 2023 by Rural Health Rising

TownHall: How to Become a Better Physician & Curate Insightful Thinking with Steven Lane, MD

September 21: Today on TownHall we are taking another look back at an episode from last year. In this episode, Brett Oliver, CMIO at Baptist Health, spoke with Steven Lane, Practicing Primary Care Physician & Clinical Informaticist of Sutter Health concerning interoperability and his journey into the world of informatics and what started him on that path. How does he see TEFCA and Carequality working together in the future? What does he see as ways to solve data duplication and corrections to errors? How did his introduction to a world of informatics create a hunger for becoming a better physician? Finally, what we all want to know, what is his funny story about decorating his first office?Join us for our webinar "Interoperability Outcomes: A Discussion of What’s Possible" on October 5th at 1 PM ET/10 AM PT, discussing challenges in healthcare interoperability. We'll tackle key issues like fragmented technology systems, data privacy, and cost-effectiveness. Engage with top-tier experts to understand the current landscape of healthcare IT, learn data-driven strategies for patient-centered care, and discover best practices for ensuring system security and stakeholder trust.  Register Here - This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
September 21, 2023 by This Week Health: Conference

The Journey to Excellence in Healthcare Revenue Cycle Management with Heather Richards, Chief Revenue Optimization Officer at Atlas

Let’s envision a future where healthcare is more efficient, accessible, and predictable. In today's episode, Heather Richards discusses optimizing revenue with managed care contracts and developing value-based arrangements in healthcare. Join us and discover how Heather Richards, a finance expert turned healthcare leader, is reshaping the industry's future! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
September 20, 2023 by Outcomes Rocket

NEJM This Week — September 21, 2023

Featuring articles on semaglutide for heart failure in patients with obesity, inhaled fluticasone furoate for treatment of Covid-19, a trial of solanezumab in preclinical Alzheimer’s disease, and targeting the BRAF pathway in pediatric glioma; a review article on the prevention of central line–associated bloodstream infections; a case report of a woman with abdominal distention and acute kidney injury; and Perspective articles on the new USPSTF mammography recommendations, on the ethics of abortion care advocacy, and on reducing the risks of nuclear war. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 389, No. 12.
September 20, 2023 by NEJM This Week – Audio Summaries

Episode 59: The Science Behind Feeling Safe: Notice what you notice with Emily Daniels, MEd, MBA

Ever wonder about what it means to "feel safe"? If you're curious about what it means to become regulated and create regulation for you and children with whom you work, this episode is for you! Regardless of your profession, if you work with children and families, felt safety and regulation are important aspects of your practice. Learn about the science of safety and what it means to regulate! EMILY READ DANIELS, M.Ed., MBA, NCC, SEP™ in trainingEmily Read Daniels is the author and creator of The Regulated Classroom©, a former school counselor, and a proud soccer mum. Daniels is an internationally recognized trauma specialist and trainer in the trauma-informed school movement and has served thousands through in-person and virtual professional development training, workshops, conferences, webinars, and keynote addresses.  Daniels and her work have been featured in the Associated Press, Fox News, ABC News, Los Angeles Times, and NPR.   RESOURCES Dr. Amy's Newsletter Learning Collaborative - The ConnectED Collab Invitation Dr. Amy Youtube FREE DOWNLOADS Top 10 Guiding Principles When Working with Children & Families Start Creating Boundaries Handout & Script Finding Calm to Prevent Overwhelm Don’t Forget! Follow Dr. Amy on LinkedIn, Facebook, and Instagram For more information visit 

The Healing Touch: Elevating Patient Experience

Dani speaks with Dr. Desi McCue, Senior Director of Operations at The Center for Women’s Health at Oregon Health & Science University and current President of Northwest Organization of Nurse Leaders.  They discuss workplace violence and the impact of tailored programs and mindset shifts on improved outcomes, nurse staffing laws, pathway to leadership, and how professional organizations shaped her as a nurse leader.   
September 20, 2023 by The Handoff
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