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Ep. 100: Decentralizing Pay-for-Success Models – Savva Kerdemelidis and Nicholas Fiorenza (Crowd Funded Cures)

Savva Kerdemelidis is the CEO and Founder of Crowd Funded Cures (CFC), a non-profit initiative funded by the Prize Charitable Trust. Aiming to renovate the broken system of medical innovation, CFC creates an open source incentivization of clinical trials for off-patent drugs. In this episode, Savva Kerdemelidis, along with Nicholas Fiorenza, CFC’s Head of Business Development & Operations, talk about the main market failures of the medical patent system and how Crowd Funded Cures addresses these failures in ways that ultimately transform how traditional science is done.  Topics Covered How Savva and Nick first got interested in the idea of decentralized science (DeSci) & its importance in solving scientific challenges through collaboration.  Savva and Nick share their original reason for starting Crowd Funded Cures and its current operations.  The challenges they faced and the pushbacks often heard by people in the scientific academic community.  How the pay-for-success contracts work as an alternative to the traditional patent system and its benefits in the field of academic science. What IP NFT is and its advantage to the clinical field and as well as to investors. Why DeSci is important for the psychedelic space and how important psychedelic research is going to be for science DAOs. Connect with Savva LinkedIn @newzealandlaw / Twitter  Crowd Funded Cures  Connect with Nick LinkedIn @nfiorenza / Twitter Moleculetter - Blog Resources Mentioned VitaDAO - Longevity DAO  Molecule Protocol Home | A New Era of Drug Development Open Source Pharma Foundation - Medicine for all Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA)  National Health Service (NHS)  News Corner UNOS transplant network depends on out-of-date technology - The Washington Post In a recent exclusive story by the Washington Post, investigators reveal that the entire organ transportation and IT infrastructure needs a major overhaul. In January of 2021, theWhite House’s U.S. Digital Service recommended that the government “break up the current monopoly” that oversees what is formally known as the Organ Procurement and Transplant Network. That monopoly the United Network for Organ Sharing, the nonprofit agency that operates the transplant system, has held for 36 years and worth more than $200million, funded mainly by fees patients pay to be listed for transplants. It is a complex collection of about 250 transplant-performing hospitals; 57 government-chartered nonprofits that collect organs in their regions; labs that test organs for compatibility and disease; and other auxiliary services. The mechanics of the entire transplant system must be overhauled, the review concluded, citing aged software, periodic system failures, mistakes in programming and over reliance on manual input of data. Health Unchained Links  Website: Telegram: Twitter:
August 16, 2022 by Health Unchained

Self Coaching for Nurses

Nurses are some of the busiest people on the planet. Between managing patient care and dealing with paperwork, there’s precious little time for self-care. However, if you want to be your best both at work and at home, it’s important to take some time for yourself.  In this week’s episode of High Performance Nursing, I am sharing with you the importance of self-coaching for nurses and how it can improve the industry. While self-coaching may seem like a daunting task, it’s actually quite simple.  Personally, I am a big fan of self-coaching. I find that it helps me to stay focused and motivated, both at work and in my personal life. Self-coaching also allows me to reflect on my achievements and learn from my mistakes.  As nurses, we are constantly bombarded with tasks and responsibilities. It can be easy to get bogged down and feel like you’re just going through the motions. However, by taking a step back and coaching yourself, you can gain a new perspective on your work.  If you’re interested in learning more about self-coaching, check out this week’s episode of High Performance Nursing. WHAT YOU’LL DISCOVER IN THIS EPISODE: How can self-coaching help the nursing industry (01:14) The benefits of coaching (03:37) Steps to self-coaching (08:01) The self-coaching model (10:42) Finding the facts in a situation (13:19) The power of self-coaching (18:32) CONNECT WITH LIAM CASWELL COACHING  Follow @highperformancenursing on Instagram for the latest career and leadership coaching from Liam.  Click here to Join my private Facebook Community "High-Performance Nursing - How to build your healthcare career" where I share all the career tips and strategies to thrive within your career. All new joins receive my Career freebies that have helped hundreds of nurses succeed in their careers! (You must answer all questions to be admitted). Subscribe and listen to the High Performance Nursing Podcast available on all major podcast platforms! I would love if you could leave a review!
August 15, 2022 by High Performance Nursing

MM: Taking Steps Forward with Digital Health Tech with Michael Bidu, Co-Founder and CEO of INTERFACE Health Society

Massive change is about to happen in health technology. Welcome to the Marketing Mondays Podcast!  In this episode, Michael Bidu, co-founder and CEO of MYND Therapeutics and Interface Health Society, talks about the evolution that’s coming for technology in the digital health space. Michael introduces MYND Therapeutics, a digital therapeutics company, and explains how it uses virtual and augmented reality in cognitive behavioral therapy to prevent, manage and treat chronic diseases, eating disorders, and obesity. He also talks about the non-profit organization, Interface Health Society, and how they created the first virtual accelerator in the world for digital health. Michael discusses innovation and digitization in healthcare as ways to democratize access through new digital health tools, products, and services. He talks about the technological changes in the digital health space, like digital humans, and the benefits they will bring. Tune in to this episode to learn about the evolution in digital health technology and how it will make being healthy fun! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
August 15, 2022 by Outcomes Rocket

273 – How will AI transform healthcare for millions of patients a day? Dr Aengus Tran,

In this episode you will learn how AI is impacting the healthcare journey for over a million people per day through the ambitions of Harrison AI. This episode also looks at the shortage of radiologists and how AI can help to remedy that problem while providing accurate data, aiding with triage and helping clinicians to scale. Additionally, learn about the use of clinical trials and evidence-based practice to build client trust.
August 15, 2022 by Talking HealthTech

Dimension Inx using 3D-printed biomaterials to restore bone regeneration and fertility – Ep 176

Dr. Caralynn Nowinski Collens is the CEO of Dimension Inx, a next-generation biomaterials and biofabrication company developing 3D-printed therapeutic products that direct cells to rebuild healthy tissues. She is passionate about building teams and organizations that harness technology to drive transformational change and improve the quality of people’s lives. Previously as the co-founder and CEO of UI LABS, a first-of-its-kind technology organization focused on the digital future of industries, Caralynn built the organization from concept in late 2011 through launch in 2014, raising $200M+ in investment and ultimately spinning out MxD (national digital manufacturing institute) and City Tech Collaborative as independent businesses in 2019. After starting her first company while a joint medical/business student at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Caralynn spent her early career in venture capital and corporate finance, primarily focused on technology-based university spin-outs. Caralynn is an Independent Director of Fathom Digital Manufacturing [NYSE:FATH] and serves on the Executive Council of Granite Creek Capital Partners. She is proud to have been a member of the Chicago Chapter of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and recognized as one of Crain’s Chicago Business’ “Forty Under Forty”, “Notable Women in Manufacturing”, and “Tech 50”. In 2020, SME recognized Caralynn as one of “30 Leaders Transforming Manufacturing”.Dimension Inx is a biomaterials platform company. We design and develop 3D- printed therapeutic products that restore tissue and organ function. Our materials-centric approach enables biofunctionality without compromising manufacturability. We precisely tune our biomaterials to create clinical solutions not otherwise possible. We work shoulder-to-shoulder with biotech and medical device partners to help solve their most challenging materials problems, and internally develop medical products for various therapeutic applications ranging from bone regeneration to fertility preservation. Dimension Inx is proudly based in Chicago, IL. To learn more about our team and our technology, please visit Dimension Inx. Biomaterials, reimagined. Social HandlesLinkedin: @FemTech Focus @Brittany BarretoTwitter: @Femtech_Focus @DrBrittBInstagram: @FemTechFocus @DrBrittanyBarretoFacebook: @FemTech Focus @Dr. Brittany BarretoFemTech Focus Bio:FemTech Focus is a 501c3 non-profit organization founded to bring awareness externally and internally for the FemTech industry and to empower the key stakeholders including entrepreneurs, investors, physicians, governments, and biopharma with resources and research to elevate women’s health and wellness globally. Subscribe and Donate: www.femtechfocus.orgFemTech Focus Podcast Description:The FemTech Focus Podcast with Dr. Brittany Barreto is a meaningfully provocative conversational series that brings women's health experts - including doctors, scientists, inventors, and founders - on air to talk about the innovative technology, services, and products that are improving women, female, and girl's health and wellness, collectively known as FemTech. The podcast gives the host, Dr. Brittany Barreto, and guests an engaging, friendly environment to learn about the past, present, and future of women’s health and wellness.  
August 15, 2022 by FemTech Focus

Automation Anywhere Presents: Debunking the Top Five Healthcare Automation Myths

An explosion of data within healthcare coupled with new regulatory requirements are adding pressure to the already overworked medical industry. Automation can relieve many of these pressures – but some are hesitant to implement these solutions due to preconceived opinions. In this podcast, Dr. Yan Chow, Global Healthcare Leader at Automation Anywhere, will unpack the top five myths associated with automation in healthcare to help you overcome implementation barriers within your organization.
August 15, 2022 by HIMSSCast

Personalizing Probiotics with Sunny Jain

Personalizing Probiotics with Sunny Jain

A medical student’s advocacy journey

"As I looked across the boxes on my screen, I saw the gleaming faces of my peers. Just as it did then, and as it has for countless of my peers since, involvement in the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA) Advocacy Day showed me the difference that medical student voices make." Scott Landman is an osteopathic medical student. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Student advocacy through the Student Osteopathic Medical Association (SOMA)." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at
August 15, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Episode 123: Dr Martin Weihrauch – Smart In Media, Digital Pathology, and AI

Today my guest is Dr Martin Weihrauch What we discuss with Dr Weihrauch: How he became interested in computers and computer programming Why he decided to go to medical school and how he became interested in hematology and oncology The origin of Smart In Media How Smart In Media became involved with the European Society of Pathology and the International Academy of Pathology How Smart In Media branched out from education into diagnostics How Smart In Media integrates AI and Dr Weihrauch's thoughts on the future of AI What is on the horizon for Smart In Media Links for this episode: Health Podcast Network  LabVine Learning Doctors on Social Media Laboratory Transformation Seasonal School  The ConfLab from LabVine Dress A Med scrubs pathCast - Key Concepts In Specimen Grossing   Smart In Media website Dr Weihrauch on the Digital Pathology Podcast European Society of Pathology International Academy of Pathology   People of Pathology Podcast: Website Twitter
August 15, 2022 by People of Pathology Podcast

381: Money Series: Why I DIDN’T Accept Loan Forgiveness the First Time Around

Student loan forgiveness feels like a no-brainer right? You spent all this time and money to obtain a degree that will directly impact the lives of others, why wouldn’t you want to accept the loan forgiveness programs that exist to help reduce your financial burden?  For me accepting loan forgiveness the first time would have been adding another set of golden handcuffs to my wrists.  I was already heavily burned out and it was affecting my life and family. When I was approached about student loan forgiveness by our administrators, I had a gut feeling that I shouldn’t accept. So I turned it down to the dismay and confusion of the entire leadership staff.  That was one of the best decisions I have ever made. I would have felt obligated to stay there and I would have drowned in an unmanageable workload. I would have never started my business. This podcast wouldn’t exist. I would have been stuck.  This time around when loan forgiveness was offered, I accepted it. I have finally found my place in this industry and in the medical community and it felt right to accept.  All of this is to say that it’s important to listen to your gut feelings. Both in practice and in life, your gut is a smart bitch that’s looking out for you and your patients. Don’t discount those feelings! “Golden handcuffs are the things that are so shiny and so pretty but yet keep us locked into bondage.” Dr. Errin Weisman In this episode: [02:34] I share the reason I decided to decline loan forgiveness. [04:07] “If I had signed up for loan forgiveness with that practice, it would have been another pair of golden handcuffs.” [05:08] I would have also lost my autonomy. [05:40] I share my definition of golden handcuffs. [07:42] I actually just applied for loan forgiveness with my new practice. [08:09] Remember to always trust your gut. [10:53] “We have to know that intuition is there and it’s a tool we can use.” [11:32] Thank you for listening and the 4th installment will be coming your way soon. Links and Resources Burntout to Badass Ep. 380 Why I Stopped Contributing to My Retirement Ep. 379 Why I Broke Up with Dave Ramsey   3 WAYS TO GET INCREDIBLE HELP AT A 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 Chann
August 15, 2022 by Doctor Me First Podcast

Going Against the Grain with Dr. Malini Khanna

Tune in this week as Dr. Malini takes us behind the scenes of her journey to physician entrepreneurship. She’s sharing so many lessons that will be applicable to your business, whether you’re an already established physician entrepreneur or you're considering investing in a group like EntreMD Business School to kickstart your journey. Get full show notes and more information here:
August 15, 2022 by The EntreMD Podcast

What It’s Really Like to Vacation in Bali: Dr. Charmaine Gregory

Another episode live from Bali, Indonesia.  This one is on the beach where you can see the 400-foot statue of GWK (Garuda Wisnu Kencana) in the distance.   What is it really like to vacation in Bali?     This episode has some small recaps of last week, as well as some interesting information we learned about living on this beautiful island.     Looking to expand your horizons?  Go to more places and talk to more people! Who is Dr. G?: Dr. Charmaine Gregory (Dr. G) is a wife, mom to 3 cherubs, and a burnout survivor.  She’s an Emergency Medicine Physician and a serial entrepreneur with a weekly podcast, a course on starting a podcast, done for you services for podcasters, as well as a speaker and author of several books.    As a physician, Dr. Gregory has exclusively worked the night shifts, both in Michigan and now in Guam.     To face her visceral fear of public speaking, Dr. G started a podcast, Fearless Freedom with Dr. G, which focuses on facing fear and emerging victoriously.   To expand further into her appreciation for podcasting and the positive impact podcasts can have in the lives of listeners, she began teaching others how to get started with their shows through her podcasting course.  She has also developed done-for-you podcasting services.   Dr. G has faced another fear by diving into learning more about financial trading and working on building her financial future of freedom.    ___________________ Subscribe to this podcast and download your favorite episodes to listen to later: AppleSpotify RSS Feed ___________________   ⚕️ Are you a woman healthcare professional who is struggling to juggle everything in your personal and professional life?   💯 I understand! This is why I created this community of like-minded women to support each other through the ups and downs of our daily lives.     💥 Join us today! It’s free to join and you can connect with other women just like yourself. ⤵️⤵️⤵️   ___________________   Podcasting Launch Course for Professionals - Podcast of the Week   Is this podcast one you’ve listened to yet?  If not, check it out!   The Single Well Podcast       ___________________ 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.    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.   Get off the fear fence today. Your tribe is waiting to hear your voice!
August 14, 2022 by Fearless Freedom with Dr. G

Are you ready to hear the truths about perfectionism?

"Are you a perfectionist? Did you know that perfectionists are actually some of the biggest procrastinators? Yes, really. In theory, perfectionism sounds like a good thing. Who doesn’t want to do and be their best? It can even seem like a harmless way to motivate yourself. But the reality is, nothing is perfect. What does “perfect” even mean? What does it look like? Who has the instruction manual? It’s different for everyone. What’s “perfect” in your eyes may not be perfect in someone else’s eyes and vice versa. As you can see, there is no end to this game. There is no way to win." Cindy Tsai is an internal medicine physician and can be reached on Twitter @cindytsaimd. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Perfectionism is a myth: Are you ready to hear the truths about perfectionism?" Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at
August 14, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Preserving humanity in the ICU

"Five days before this story begins, where everything is upside down, and the end is the beginning. Me, standing in my PICU, slowly approaching that cradle, then removing the medication, one by one, turning off the syringe pumps. Saying out loud the number of milliliters passed, where that line is trapped, that little division between the professional and me, the person. Where I stopped being a doctor and became a woman holding a baby." Sylvia Belda-Hofheinz is a pediatric intensivist in Spain. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "A dead baby in my arms." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at
August 13, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network / August 8th – 12th 2022

This episode is brought to you by Provider Solutions and Development, the leaders in physician and APC recruitment that deliver top-tier candidates for the right roles. Visit to start the conversation today, get tailored support and dedicated recruitment and efforts that lead to provider retention and longevity. Welcome to the weekly summary of what happened this week in the Outcomes Rocket Network! We are so excited to be launching this and give you the chance to explore and listen to people from other verticals in the healthcare ecosystem! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
August 12, 2022 by Outcomes Rocket

39: Innovation from the Public to Private Sector

Meet Brad Smith:Brad Smith is the Founder and CEO of Russell Street Ventures. He was also the Co-Founder and CEO of Aspire Health. He served as Chief Operating Officer of Anthem’s Diversified Business Group. In government, Brad served as Deputy Director of the White House Domestic Policy Council, Senior Advisor to the Secretary of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), Deputy Administrator at the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS), and Director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation (CMMI).Brad received an undergraduate degree from Harvard University and a Master of Philosophy from Oxford University. Key Insights:Brad Smith has experiencing innovating in healthcare from government to venture capital.  Taking the Leap. Brad credits his path to entrepreneurship to great mentors that encouraged him to take big risks, and to his work in government and non-profits. He had experience bringing people together and rallying them around a common vision, which is fundamental to building a company. Partnerships Instead of Disruptions. Healthcare is full of big players on both the payer and delivery side; innovators need to accept the healthcare landscape. Disrupting the status quo is challenging. Instead, Brad encourages aspiring entrepreneurs to think about a partnership path, helping large organization effectively leverage their size and scale. On the Horizon.Brad is focused on three things. One, maintaining the United States as the forefront of innovation. Two, addressing chronic conditions, which are burdensome on individuals, as well as the system. And three, decreasing healthcare costs.This episode is hosted by Laura Veroneau. She is a member of the Advisory Council for Day Zero and is a Managing Partner and Founding Team Member of Optum Ventures. Relevant Links:Learn more about Russell Street Ventures“Valued-based care firm CareBridge nets $140M, reaches 'unicorn' status” by Becker’s Hospital Review
August 12, 2022 by Day Zero

Communities must be engaged at the ground level for health equity to work

What’s needed is communication, education and access, says Dr. Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker.
August 12, 2022 by HIMSSCast

What a lifetime of gaslighting by other doctors feels like

"Ehlers-Danlos syndrome patients take an average of 10 years to be diagnosed. In that time, the pain from microtrauma and joint instability can become unbearable. “Just exercising more” can backfire, causing injury and disability and creating a cycle of added stress from chronic illness. But the biggest challenge is when our physicians are our opposition. It’s been more than 20 years since the first time I tried to convince a doctor to believe me. I was just a child, and the trauma of repeated dismissal still haunts me at every new appointment. Thankfully, I am a physician myself now, and I am no longer powerless. I can advocate for myself AND my patients in ways most people cannot. I can navigate the system and find specialists independently. But I shouldn’t have to, and neither should our patients. And none of us should fear what our doctors say about us when they leave the room." Sarah Cohen Solomon and Linda Bluestein are physicians. They share their stories and discuss the KevinMD article, "What a lifetime of gaslighting by other doctors feels like." Did you enjoy today’s episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Click here to earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at
August 12, 2022 by The Podcast by KevinMD

Addressing Racism in Nursing, Part 2 of 2

On episode 382, the second in a 2-part series of The Nurse Keith Show nursing and healthcare career podcast, Keith interviews Daniela Vargas, MSN, MPH, MA, RN, PHN; Ruth Francis, MPH, MCHES; and Cheryl Peterson, MSN, RN, all members of the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing. In the course of this episode, Keith and his esteemed guests discuss the American Nurses' Association reckoning with its own structural racism, data from the commission's National Survey on Racism in Nursing, the commission's foundational report, and much more. On January 25, 2021, leading nursing organizations launched the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing. The Commission examines the issue of racism within nursing nationwide focusing on the impact on nurses, patients, communities, and health care systems to motivate all nurses to confront individual and systemic racism. The Commission members and organizations represent a broad continuum of nursing practice, racially and ethnically diverse groups, and regions across the country. The Commission is led by the American Nurses Association (ANA), National Black Nurses Association (NBNA), National Coalition of Ethnic Minority Nurse Associations (NCEMNA), and National Association of Hispanic Nurses (NAHN).Before joining forces to address racism in nursing, the organizations that make up the National Commission to Address Racism (the Commission) have for years raised their individual voices to condemn all forms of racism within our society and health care system. Nurse Keith is a holistic career coach for nurses, professional podcaster, published author, award-winning blogger, inspiring keynote speaker, and successful nurse entrepreneur. Connect with Nurse Keith at, and on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram. The Nurse Keith Show is 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.
August 12, 2022 by The Nurse Keith Show

Supporting Global Work When War Breaks Out, Visiquate Data Science in the Ukraine

August 12, 2022: The Ukraine boasts a very educated and committed workforce. US companies have been working closely with teams over there for many years, diversifying their portfolio and bettering their fields. What do you do when war breaks out? How do you continue to support and work with that team? (Brian Robertson), CEO of (VisiQuate), explains how working with his team of data scientists has changed over the last couple of months. What contingency plans should you have in place? How can you help support their safety and how can you support them 100% remotely? What gets lost in translation? This episode is a one-stop shop for those wanting to hear about working with teams all over the world, remote work and culture, telemedicine, and the magic of Ukraine. Key Points: Coding culture in the Ukraine started rapidly growing in the early 2000’s How do you get into a career of healthcare analytics? (Visiquate - donate to the Ukraine) (VisiQuate) Webinar: Don’t Pay The Ransom - Thu Aug 18 @ 1pm ET / 10am PT Is your health system paying out for attacks on your data? How can we stop the cycle? Rubrik is offering incredible insight into the arising issues in cyber resilience in ransomware attacks, cloud data management with securing Epic in Azure, and unstructured data. In this webinar, we analyze the best practices to initiate in our hospital systems. ( Register here)
August 12, 2022 by This Week In Health IT

[BONUS] Entrepreneurial Advocacy on the Spectrum With Dr. Robyn Schlicher

In today's whirlwind bonus episode, I proudly welcome Dr. Robyn Schlicher, mental health advocate and Vice President of Business Development at Pear Bio. Robyn's backstory is profoundly personal and evocative of a young person trying to make sense of their life living on the autism spectrum and coping with the fundamentals of mania, euphoria, depression, and entrepreneurialism. Her role in the healthcare universe is that of a sherpa assisting pharma and providers in ensuring the drugs actually work first before getting to patients. She's a passionate, no-BS advocate who talks fast, so prepare for an invigorating rollercoaster ride of wry wit and frenetic authenticity.See Privacy Policy at and California Privacy Notice at

Designing the Future of Healthcare with John D. Couris, President & CEO of Tampa General Hospital

This episode is brought to you by Provider Solutions and Development, the leaders in physician and APC recruitment that deliver top-tier candidates for the right roles. Visit to start the conversation today, get tailored support and dedicated recruitment and efforts that lead to provider retention and longevity. Innovation in healthcare is building the future. In this episode, John Couris, President and CEO at Tampa General Hospital, talks about creating an organizational culture in healthcare and the innovative ideas he’s implemented at Tampa General Hospital to achieve that. He believes that care coordination is the future of healthcare, creating a frictionless system that leverages technology and people. He talks about Internal Design, which consists in taking a private industry concept in having a group of people completely dedicated to designing future products and services in healthcare. He shares information on the building of a medical district in downtown Tampa and talks about how different leadership and partnerships can improve an organization. Tune in to this episode to learn about healthcare innovation happening at Tampa General Hospital! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources:
August 11, 2022 by Outcomes Rocket

272 – Improving data sharing to make oncology clinical trials more efficient and save lives; Dr Huren Sivaraj & Tam Nguyen – Oncoshot

If you work with cancer patients, you know how difficult it is to get a better understanding of their condition, as time is literally against them. In clinical trials geared toward oncology studies, time is a major factor. But if there was a way to make the process smoother and improve data sharing to yield better results and help more patients? This episode takes a deep dive into solving that very issue and more.
August 11, 2022 by Talking HealthTech

How Advanced are Artificial Limbs? (Dima Gazda, Esper Bionics)

In 2017, 57.7 million people were living with limb amputation due to traumatic causes worldwide. Apart from accidents, a person might need an amputation due to vascular diseases and diabetes. You might have come across increasingly sophisticated prosthetic limbs, which mimic human movements. The problem is, these are extremely expensive. Simple cosmetic prosthetic costs around $5,000, a functional prosthetic with a hook up to $10,000, and the latest myoelectric tech-enhanced ones cost up to $100,000. In this episode, Dima Gazda, CEO, and founder of Esper Bionics speaks about the development of the market, and how Esper Bionics operates, given that it has facilities in Ukraine. Subscribe to the newsletter: Website:  
August 11, 2022 by Faces of Digital Health
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