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Expert Coronavirus Updates | Session 20

As physicians and healthcare leaders continue to innovate, especially during this pandemic, the needs and use cases for artificial intelligence is becoming more and more prevalent. AI has the potential to transform the industry in so many powerful ways. It can be utilized to lessen the burden on physicians, improve quality care for patients, and decrease costs for the entire system. In order to address this important topic, we are joined by Dr. Uli Chettipally in today’s episode. Dr. Chettipally is an emergency physician, innovator, and the author of Punish The Machine!: The Promise of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care, where he shares his invaluable perspective on the ways that cutting edge technology is revolutionizing healthcare research, treatments, and how it’ll affect the industry in the future. Join us as we learn from Dr. Chettipally how AI can be used to revolutionize the industry and aid all of us during these unprecedented times with COVID-19 and beyond! Episode Highlights: An overview of InnovatorMD How can artificial intelligence help empower physicians and the healthcare system during a crisis like COVID-19? Dr. Uli explains what his book, Punish the Machine! is all about How can we deliver care to patients despite burnout and stress from uncertain times Examples of how the industry is integrating machine learning and AI to battle COVID-19 Tips for physician and healthcare providers who have a solution to a problem within the healthcare industry What to do when you have a solution to a certain healthcare problem but unsure of what measures to take About Our Guest: Dr. Uli K. Chettipally is an emergency physician, researcher, author, and an innovator. He is currently the President of InnovatorMD, a healthcare innovation company.  As a physician-scientist, he is interested in technology-enabled care. He received the Pioneer Award for Innovation from Kaiser Permanente and Morris F. Collen Research Award from The Permanente Medical Group.   His other roles include President, San Mateo County Medical Association; Chairman, Society of Physician Entrepreneurs, San Francisco Bay Area chapter; Advisor, Mentor, and Investor at various healthcare start-ups. His book, "Punish the Machine! The Promise of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare" is available on Amazon. Links Supporting This Episode: InnovatorMD website: (http://www.innovatormd.com/) Dr. Uli Chettipally LinkedIn page: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/ulichettipally/) Dr. Uli’s Book: (https://www.amazon.com/Punish-Machine-Promise-Artificial-Intelligence/dp/1599329441) Join our online community: (https://www.passionatepioneers.com/) Subscribe to newsletter: (https://forms.gle/4XjvmqWxaaNe21PX6) Guest nomination form: (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqk_H_a79gCRsBLynkGp7JbdtFRWynTvPVV9ntOdEpExjQIQ/viewform)

E77: Dr. Debbie Salas-Lopez – The Girl From The Bronx

Ben & Jay have a memorable and inspiring conversation with Dr. Debbie Salas-Lopez, SVP of Community and Population Health at Northwell Health.  Beyond her formal role, she is a nationally recognized speaker and educator for women leaders in...
September 16, 2020 by A Sherpa’s Guide to Innovation

Is now the time for single payer?

"Single payer is the solution. And the time for it is now. A single-payer system would guarantee health care coverage immediately to every American. So whether a loved one gets sick from COVID, has a heart attack, or gets in a car accident, she will receive the care she needs without it causing financial hardship. A single-payer system will eliminate employer health insurance contributions. This will provide huge relief to hundreds of thousands of struggling small businesses across the country. The money saved can go towards paying their employees a living wage or hiring new workers, which will help get our economy back on track. A single-payer system will relieve the burden of finding health insurance from individuals. Freelancers and gig, self-employed, and per diem workers can pursue employment without having to worry about providing health coverage for their families. And with families relieved of the insecurities created by surprise medical bills and massive out-of-pocket costs, they will be more likely to contribute to our consumer-driven economy. COVID has absolutely quelled consumerism; single payer can help to bring it back." Toby Terwilliger is an internal medicine-pediatric resident. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Is now the time for single payer?" (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/07/is-now-the-time-for-single-payer.html)
September 16, 2020 by The Podcast by KevinMD

#62 Living and Leading in a World with Systemic Racism: Thoughts, Reflections, and Possibilities featuring Renwick Brutus

In this episode we interview Renwick Brutus.  Renwick is an entrepreneur, business consultant and motivational speaker. We begin our interview with our guest Renwick Brutus, talking about this key question, “What right do you have to deny anybody the opportunity to benefit from who you are, what you know, and what you do?”. As a leader and entrepreneur, Renwick helps individuals and teams identify and use more of their potential to increase performance and results. He  guides individuals to be irresistible to their organizations, customers, and the market-at-large.  On top of all that, Renwick provides investment and wealth management guidance to individuals.   Renwick’s philosophy is, “Too many of us are programmed to follow paths that are not congruent with our natural interests and strengths.  We are not aware of the wide, open spaces around us in which we can express who we are.  All of us deserve to find our rightful place, to live joyfully, and to excel”.  During our interview we discuss with Renwick the world’s response to George Floyds death. Renwick shares his perspective that the visual imagery of George Floyd’s killing was worth 10 million words because it enabled the world to see the magnitude of the negative attitudes and treatment that has persisted toward black people.  It also brought systemic racism to the forefront of consciousness in a way no words or complaints could.  Renwick shares his personal experience with racism and how he chooses to respond to it.  He also acknowledges that many people opposed to racism are doing their part to systemically crush it, and many are working quietly to stamp out racism and this gives him the sense that he is not alone.   In the interview Renwick also conveys his thoughts and reflections on how others who want to can learn, understand, and stamp out injustices and systemic racism.  We close the interview with conversation about leadership during these times. Renwick’s wisdom is profound.  Listen and find out for yourself!Email us at [email protected] if you have any questions, we may use your question on a future episode. We have opened a private Resilient and Balanced Healthcare Leader Community in Facebook to provide a safe space for healthcare leaders to connect, support each other and share their experiences during this time of crisis.  To join Click here.  
September 16, 2020 by Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast

Rubrik Solution Showcase with Josh Peacock, Michael Friesen & Zak Pellecchia

September 16, 2020: What challenges are we facing in data protection today? Josh Peacock from Sirius, Michael Friesen from Cone Health and Zak Pellecchia from Rubrik join us to talk about Rubrik’s revolutionary data control system. Say goodbye forever...
September 16, 2020 by This Week In Health IT

Rubrik Solution Showcase

September 16, 2020: What challenges are we facing in data protection today? Josh Peacock from Sirius, Michael Friesen from Cone Health and Zak Pellecchia from Rubrik join us to talk about Rubrik’s revolutionary data control system. Say goodbye forever...
September 16, 2020 by This Week In Health IT

Our Powers Combined

After a meeting at a StartUp Health event years ago and recognizing a kindred mindset in the other, two CEOs from our portfolio, Jim Iversen of Sen-Jam Pharmaceutical and Anupam Khandelwal of Sagesurfer decided to join forces and develop a digital therapeutics app, which just hit the app store, to help patients track their MS-related symptoms for personal awareness purposes.
September 15, 2020 by StartUp Health NOW Podcast

Vineet Arora, Associate Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Learning Environment at the University of Chicago Medicine

This episode features Vineet Arora, Associate Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Learning Environment at the University of Chicago Medicine. Here, she discusses her top priorities, what she’s most passionate about in her role, and more.
September 15, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Dr. Amit Vashist, Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer at Ballad Health

This episode features Dr. Amit Vashist, Senior Vice President and Chief Clinical Officer at Ballad Health. Here, he discusses his experience transitioning to living and working here after moving from India, the things he’s most passionate about in is role, and more.
September 15, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

The state of critical care nursing

Critical care nurses have played a crucial role in the fight against COVID-19, and many have had a front row seat to how the virus has affected patients. Our guest, Megan Brunson, is a 20 year veteran of the ICU and the immediate past president of the American Association of Critical Care Nurses, which is the largest specialty nurses association in the US. On this episode of The Handoff, Megan and Dan talk about everything from the health disparities she sees firsthand with COVID patients in the hospital she works in in Texas, why she thinks now is a good time for nurses to consider a career in critical care, and her advice to nurses and nurse managers on how to prevent burnout.  Megan has been at the bedside for 23 years, with 20 of those in the ICU. She has worked the night shift for her entire career and is passionate about the role of sleep in keeping nurses mentally and physically healthy. Links to recommended reading:  https://www.aacn.org/nursing-excellence/dear-world https://www.trustedhealth.com/nursing-specialties-guide/critical-care-nurse The full transcript for this episode can be found here: www.trustedhealth.com/the-handoff-podcast/megan-brunson
September 15, 2020 by The Handoff

Remdesivir for COVID19, Transport vs On-Scene Resuscitation for Cardiac Arrest, The World Brain Death Project, and more

Editor's Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the September 15, 2020 issue
September 15, 2020 by JAMA Editor’s Summary

The Enterprise-wide Financial Impact of AI & Automation – Olive CEO, Sean Lane

Hear from Olive CEO, Sean Lane on the role AI and automation can play as health systems build financial recovery plans and best practices for organizations looking to implement an AI. This episode is sponsored by Olive (https://oliveai.com/).
September 15, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Updates for Diabetes Treatment and Monitoring

Guest:  Bithika M. Thompson, M.D. Host: Darryl S. Chutka, M.D. Dr. Bithika Thompson discusses the recognition and treatment of pre-diabetes, individualizing glycemic control goals for patients based on a series of variables, and recent advances in technology for monitoring that help to decrease the burden of care. Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd. 
September 15, 2020 by Mayo Clinic Talks

Why cultural competency courses should be requisites for medical school

"Doctors are people, and people are capable of prejudice and discrimination. But, in medicine, there is no place for prejudice and discrimination because a patient’s life is at stake. Stereotyping a customer and assuming that they cannot afford a certain product is emotionally hurtful, but it is far less dangerous than stereotyping a patient and misdiagnosing a life-threatening condition. The nature of the medical profession is handling a patient’s life; doctors are the last line of defense between life and death. As such, doctors have to balance every aspect of the patient when choosing the right treatment, and ample evidence suggests that a patient’s culture, including race, ethnicity, and class, is an important factor in determining a health outcome. With the stakes this high, it is vital that doctors understand the intersection of culture and medicine, and they understand it as soon as their journey into medicine begins." Shvetali Thatte is a premedical student. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Why cultural competency courses should be requisites for medical school." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2020/07/why-cultural-competency-courses-should-be-requisites-for-medical-school.html)
September 15, 2020 by The Podcast by KevinMD

News Day – Digital Foundation, Ohio State and Magellan Choose Partners

September 15, 2020: Welcome to News Day. We explore digital transformation, Wexner’s partnership with One Medical, Magellan Health’s strategic relationship with Lovango, GoodRx files going public and CMS approving the first reimbursement for AI...
September 15, 2020 by This Week In Health IT

Priorities, Trends and Leadership in Dentistry with Kevin Mosher, CEO, ClearChoice Management Services

Dental implant leader, Kevin Mosher, CEO, ClearChoice Management Services, discusses industry priorities, trends and leadership. This episode is sponsored by ClearChoice (https://www.clearchoice.com/)
September 14, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

65 – Changing behaviour with a cancer diagnosis; Tim Atkins, CancerAid

Tim Atkins is the COO of CancerAid, a digital health technology company that builds patient engagement solutions for people with a cancer diagnosis.  In this episode, you will learn about Tim’s unique career pathway that drew him to CancerAid, and his reflections and advice for others who want to enter into a career with a healthtech start up. Tim talks about the process of instigating behavioural change in cancer patients and the importance of patient engagement, as well as the challenges of delivering a hyper personalised healthcare solution at scale using technology.   He also provides his two cents on pitching for fundraising for healthtech startups.   Check out the episode and full show notes here. Visit CancerAid on the Talking HealthTech Directory here to see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at the company. 
September 14, 2020 by Talking HealthTech

Dentistry’s Perception Problem—What We Must Do To Ensure Dentistry Isn’t Shuttered Again

Dental implant leader, Kevin Mosher, CEO of ClearChoice Management Services, discusses how COVID-19 underscored the importance of medical professionals yet left dentistry on the sidelines. He discusses the issue and what we can do to ensure this never happens again. This episode is sponsored by ClearChoice (https://www.clearchoice.com/)
September 14, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Ripple Effect: COVID-19 Upends Health & Society

COVID-19, a newcomer to the human menagerie, is unleashing tectonic shifts and magnifying cracks in society and health care. Vanderbilt Health physicians guiding us through this era pinpoint what needs to change and how far this pandemic will reverberate. 

Chris Barber, President & CEO of St. Bernard’s Healthcare

This episode features Chris Barber, President & CEO of St. Bernard’s Healthcare. Here, he discusses his points of pride in the system, his best pieces of advice for emerging leaders, and more.
September 14, 2020 by Becker’s Healthcare Podcast

Self-Advocacy Through Storytelling with Katie Vigos, RN

Katie Vigos is a nurse who knew she wanted to be in the healthcare profession even before entering university. In this episode, host D and Katie discuss her current career as a per diem nurse specializing in critical care and her past work creating the Empowered Birth Project which started as a way of personal storytelling and blossomed into an online source of information and empowerment for mothers. Katie and D also chat about how COVID has changed per diem nursing and nursing at large, how Katie avoids nurse burnout, and send their thoughts out to expecting mothers at a time where COVID has added more uncertainties to one’s birthing journey.Follow Katie on Instagram @katievigos and learn more about the Empowered Birth Project @empoweredbirthproject. Be sure to subscribe, rate and review, and follow us on Instagram and Twitter @TheWoMed! Remember to submit your weekly Nurse D Energy moments to D on Instagram - we love reading and sharing them!
September 14, 2020 by The WoMed

Democratizing Mental Health Care for Kids with Damayanti Dipayana

Almost 80% of US children who need mental health treatment do not have access to the traditional healthcare system. And, for the kids who do get treatment, only 17.6% of parents are fully satisfied with the care they receive.  For kids to have better access to mental healthcare, our next guest has made it her life’s work to create a platform that will help democratize mental health care for our youth! In this episode, the passionate and energizing health-tech innovation leader, Damayanti Dipayana joins us. She is the CEO of Manatee- a digital platform that empowers mental health providers and families by integrating therapy into daily life.  Find out why Damayanti is so committed to bringing more awareness and solutions to pediatric mental health and how you can help the Manatee team further their incredibly important mission for some of our youngest community members across the nation.  Episode Highlights: The big problem with therapy for kids How do you translate therapy into daily life? How Manatee is impacting the lives of children and their parents How Manatee made therapy fun for kids What’s next for Manatee? About Our Guest: Damayanti Dipayana, Co-Founder & CEO of Manatee, has been at the early beginnings of various successful startups (up to series C and a total of $76M received to date). She used to run Customer Success and Professional Services and built high performing, cross-functional teams in London and across North America (NYC, SF and LA).  She grew up in the Netherlands with a neurodiverse brother and is on a mission to reimagine behavioral health for families. She's lived and worked in 9 different countries across 4 continents in Europe, Asia, North and South America.  Through her exposure to different cultures and beliefs, she loves challenging existing assumptions through honest conversation, which is why she also founded the video production company, Be Frank.  Links Supporting This Episode: Manatee website: (https://getmanatee.com/) Manatee Twitter page: (https://twitter.com/getmanatee) Damayanti Dipayana LinkedIn page: (https://www.linkedin.com/in/damayanti-dipayana/) Join our online community: (https://www.passionatepioneers.com/) Subscribe to newsletter: (https://forms.gle/Ko1SR9h2DqUKmoVq6) Guest nomination form: (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScqk_H_a79gCRsBLynkGp7JbdtFRWynTvPVV9ntOdEpExjQIQ/viewform)
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Ripple Effect: COVID-19 Upends Health & Society COVID-19 is unleashing tectonic shifts and magnifying cracks in society and health care. Vanderbilt Health physicians guiding us through this era pinpoint what needs to change and how far this pandemic will reverberate.