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Podcasts for Doctors and Physicians

See You Now

Inspiring stories highlighting innovative and human-centered solutions driven by nurses addressing today's most challenging healthcare problems.

The Healthtech VC

Featuring founders, investors and leaders in healthtech.

AAOS Career Podcast

The Bone Beat, an orthopaedic podcast channel from AAOS

HIMSSCast

A weekly news and analysis podcast from the folks behind Healthcare IT News, MobiHealthNews, and Healthcare Finance News.

AAOS Advocacy Podcast

Conversations on health policy issues affecting musculoskeletal care.

Once Upon A Gene

True stories of raising rare kiddos

HOT for your Health

HOT for Your Health is a fast paced, high energy, luxury lifestyle brand focusing on relentless health innovations.

AMA Moving Medicine

AMA Moving Medicine highlights innovation and the emerging issues that impact physicians and public health today

Medvale Radio

...inspiring ideas to make the world healthier

Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professionals Podcast

Being a Powerhouse in Your Career and a Passionate Person in Life

The EntreMD Podcast

The EntreMD Podcast helps physicians embrace entrepreneurship so they can have the financial freedom to live life and practice medicine on their own terms.

NEJM This Week – Audio Summaries

New medical research findings, review articles, and editorial opinion on a wide variety of topics of importance to biomedical science and clinical practice.

Healthcare’s MissingLogic Podcast

Where healthcare leaders see their problems and challenges through a brand-new lens.

SoundPractice Podcast

The business podcast for physicians and health care leaders.

Mayo Clinic Talks

Stay on top of your practice with podcasts from colleagues at Mayo Clinic.

Docs Outside The Box

Ordinary Doctors Doing Extraordinary Things

The Podcast by KevinMD

Social media's leading physician voice, Kevin Pho, MD, shares the stories of the many who intersect with our health care system but are rarely heard from. Welcome to The Podcast by KevinMD.

Impossible Healthcare

Two physicians who speak with thought leaders driving healthcare forward.

Patient Convert Podcast

Patient Convert Podcast delivers healthcare marketing insights and the latest digital strategies to help providers and health systems reach new patients.

DOCSF – Digital Orthopaedics Conference San Francisco

Bridging the worlds of digital health and clinical orthopaedics to catalyze the adoption of technology in musculoskeletal care

Creating a New Healthcare

A podcast series for Primary Care Physician leaders who are looking for fresh perspectives, new solutions and inspiration in their journey to advance value-based care.

Doctor Me First Podcast

Authentic conversations between female physicians that encourage, inspire and go beyond just medicine.

Latest Episodes

Untangling the complex web of US drug pricing — with AJ Loiacono

Drug prices are a major topic of conversation these days as the Biden administration grapples with federal options for mitigating what many see as out of control costs for specialty drugs. To put some context to the news, HIMSSCast host and Healthcare Finance News Managing Editor Susan Morse welcome to the show AJ Loiacono, CEO of Capital Rx, to talk a bit about why drug pricing is the way it is and what can be done.Talking points:Why are drug prices so poorly defined for doctors and patients?Capital Rx’s market-efficiency hypothesisHow Capital Rx operates and negotiates lower pricesWhy rebates are a part of drug pricingWhat the government can and should do to affect drug pricingDrug pricing needs to be transparent and consistentWhy US prices affect global pharma companies and vice versaWho benefits from drug pricing inflation?Could startups reduce drug prices the way Robinhood reduced investment costs?More about this episode:Linking U.S. prescription drug prices to those paid in other nations could cut costs in halfHHS Secretary Xavier Becerra releases proposal to lower prescription drug costsPhRMA battles Biden on proposal for Medicare to negotiate drug pricesBiden pushes for lower drug prices in $3.5 trillion budget proposalGovs. Chris Christie and Terry McAuliffe trade jabs at HIMSS21Folx Health lands $25M to develop its LGBTQA+ health platform, Digital PBM Capital Rx scores $50M and more digital health fundings
September 17, 2021
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Top Stories for 9/17

Lawsuit alleges Aetna discriminates against LGBTQ+ members; Organizations at security risk due to skills gaps. Also: Elvie launches smart breast pump.Links to the stories:Aetna hit with lawsuit claiming LGBTQ+ fertility discriminationSkills gap in healthcare IT industry cause security threats, according to new reportElvie launches new smart breast pump in the US covered by insurance
September 17, 2021
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Who needs scientists? It’s not like we listen to them anyway.

"I am a proud science-trained medical doctor and concerned mother. I am not going to remain silent when the biggest tragedies are yet to hit earth yet. Like seriously, I do not want to become like the dinosaurs. History wasn’t too kind to them. Just saying. Scientists say the worst is yet to come if America doesn’t listen. What do scientists know anyway? You might disagree with my words, but If you want to get angry, write many insults, and be in denial, go ahead. I am a mother bear, and I do bite, as it’s called self-defense. To all my fellow scientists and torchbearers of the truth, I salute you. Let us not stop speaking the truth until real change happens." Tomi Mitchell is a family physician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Who needs scientists? It’s not like we listen to them anyway." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/08/who-needs-scientists-its-not-like-we-listen-to-them-anyway.html)
September 17, 2021
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Genes & Your Health Edition – How Does Viral Genetics Influence Transmission, Diagnosis, and Severity of COVID-19?

To claim credit for this series, visit: https://ce.mayo.edu/online-education/content/mayo-clinic-talks-podcast-genes-your-health#group-tabs-node-course-default1 Guests: Andrew D. Badley, M.D. (@BadleyAndrew); Matthew J. Binnicker, Ph.D. (@DrMattBinnicker) Host: Denise M. Dupras, M.D., Ph.D. COVID-19. Variants. The future. Does one test fit all?  Will the vaccine continue to provide protection against future variants? What makes the Delta variant more transmissible? Join the second episode of our Genes & Your Health Edition from the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine to learn how viral genetics influence transmission, diagnosis, and severity of COVID-19. Additional resources: Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine: https://www.mayo.edu/research/centers-programs/center-individualized-medicine Connect with the Mayo Clinic School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
September 16, 2021
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A Rare Collection – Rare Disease Storytelling with Kyle Bryant, Jennifer Siedman, Liz Morris and Ashley Fortney Point

ONCE UPON A GENE - EPISODE 100 A Rare Collection- Because of You with Kyle Bryant, Jennifer Siedman, Liz Morris, and Ashley Fortney Point There's power in storytelling- for the listener and the storyteller. A Rare Collection is a monthly series featuring people from the rare disease community, sharing a story with a common theme. Kyle Bryant, Jennifer Sideman, Liz Morris, and Ashley Fortney Point share stories of rare disease. EPISODE HIGHLIGHTS Kyle Bryant, Living with Friedreich’s Ataxia Kyle was diagnosed with Friedreich’s Ataxia at age 17. It's a disease that affects balance and coordination and has symptoms of scoliosis, vision loss, hearing loss and life-shortening heart complications. At the time he was diagnosed, he ignored that his future would be much different than what he'd imagined. After a few years, he wanted to take a cross-country bike ride. Kyle reads a page from his book about how he convinced his parents to join him. Jennifer Siedman, Mother to Ben Jennifer loved a little boy with a rare disease called Sanfilippo Syndrome. That boy graced this Earth for 17 years with a big lion roar of a laugh and a gentle heart. He loved farms, tractors, baseball and chocolate donuts. His quiet determination convinced a researcher to pursue a treatment and because of it, there are other children today with Sanfilippo Syndrome who's future might look different than his. Jennifer knows who she is today because she was Ben's mother. Jennifer shares a story of her mother-in-law who, through her own determination, modeled the skills she would need to be the best mother and advocate she could be to Ben.  Liz Morris, Mother to Colson The Pacific Northwest is abundantly beautiful. Seattle's true appeal is in it's wild spaces. Carkeek Park in northern Seattle is one of Liz's favorites with organic healing powers she needs. Trails lead through the lush woods, there's an expansive shoreline with built-in driftwood seating and open green hills overlooking the sea and mountains. Liz and her husband sat on the beach at Carkeek Park on a hazy August evening in 2016 and talked of their future. They talked of the future they wanted for their future child, which Liz was six months pregnant with. Colson was born in October 2016. He was impacted by mitochondrial disease, a genetic disorder that compromised his body's ability to turn food into energy. Liz shares a story of living with enough. Ashley Fortney, Mother to Davis In 2014, Ashley welcomed her son Davis into the world after a difficult pregnancy filled with many hospitalizations and much worry. From the start, the doctors thought there might be something different about Davis. Davis was diagnosed with Koolen-de Vries syndrome at age 7, but he's continued to grow, learn and prove that nothing can stop him. Ashley shares all the ways that Davis has helped the family grow and find support from others in the community and all the ways he makes the world a better place. TUNE INTO THE ONCE UPON A GENE PODCAST Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/5Htr9lt5vXGG3ac6enxLQ7 Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/once-upon-a-gene/id1485249347 Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/once-upon-a-gene Overcast https://overcast.fm/itunes1485249347/once-upon-a-gene CONNECT WITH EFFIE PARKS Website https://effieparks.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/OnceUponAGene Instagram https://www.instagram.com/onceuponagene.podcast/?hl=en Built Ford Tough Facebook Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/1877643259173346/
September 16, 2021
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Dying after leaving against medical advice

"This is where we are: Hospitalizations rising, new variants that are more infectious, and many people believing that this is all a hoax, or that millions of people have conspired together to make injections that harm people rather than helping them. Patients leaving AMA and dying because there’s no trust anymore. This is where we should be: People recognizing that we don’t like wearing masks or getting shots but maybe we should in order to get things under control, people trusting that health care workers are really working toward the best interest of everyone, health care workers optimistic because they see progress. How do we get from here to there?" Steve Burgess is a hospitalist and creator, Hospital Medicine Seminars, where he teaches CME focused on updates for those who practice hospital medicine. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Dying after leaving AMA." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/08/dying-after-leaving-ama.html)
September 16, 2021
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NEJM This Week — September 16, 2021

Featuring articles on salt substitution and cardiovascular events, safety of the BNT162b2 mRNA Covid-19 vaccine, lutetium-177 in prostate cancer, typhoid vaccine in Malawian children, and a call for emergency action on the climate crisis; a review article on the treatment of acute appendicitis; a case report of a woman with Covid-19 and suicidal ideation; and Perspective articles on public option plans and on the treatment of older adults with cancer. Supplement to the New England Journal of Medicine, Vol. 385, No. 12.
September 15, 2021
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Take back the power and joy of being a doctor

"What can we control? Our behavior and our responses to circumstances. Focusing on what is in our power to control and putting all our energy and efforts in the right places and for the right reasons seems to be a step in the right direction to make positive changes and avoid burnout. Now, imagine not only surviving medicine but also enjoying it, using it as an opportunity for personal growth and development, as a catalyst that transforms challenges into amazing outcomes. Close your eyes and remember why you decided to be a doctor. How did you feel the first time using your white coat, hearing the ticking of a heart, saving a life? It’s time to recover the power. It’s time to reassume the responsibility, the privilege and the joy of being a physician. Be healthy, be happy — and keep helping people and saving lives!" Miriam Zylberglait Lisigurski is an internal medicine physician. Yudith Furman is a psychotherapist. They share their stories and discuss their KevinMD article, "Take back the power and joy of being a doctor." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/08/take-back-the-power-and-joy-of-being-a-doctor.html)
September 15, 2021
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Ep 66- “Creating Time and Scaling Your Private Practice with Tony DeRamus”

In today’s episode, you will meet Dr. Tony DeRamus, He is a 1998 graduate of Parker University. He is the founder of Sandstone Health, a rapidly expanding healthcare company. Dr. DeRamus has been spotlighted on various national podcasts, ESPN, and is a frequent guest on the popular Good Morning Houston show. He enjoys speaking on topics that include personal development, leadership, and business. He is also an international best-selling author.Dr. DeRamus is the Parker Seminar “Chiropractor of the Year” for 2018. He has been voted one of “America's Top Chiropractors” on several occasions. He is the former chiropractor of the Houston Texans Cheerleading squad and is a founding member of the Houston Rodeo Sports Medicine Team. When he is not living his life as a chiropractor and entrepreneur, he spends his time on a jiujitsu mat with his good friends. To connect with Dr. DeRamus find his links below:Instagram: drtonyderamusLinkedin: Tony DeRamus, DCFacebook: Tony DeRamusTwitter: @twder01Thank you again for joining us today! If you know anybody that would benefit from this episode please share it with them and help spread the knowledge and motivation. Don’t forget to show your support for the Powerful and Passionate Healthcare Professionals Podcast by writing a review on iTunes. Your feedback helps the success of our show and pushes us to continuously be better!ADDITIONAL RESOURCESWant to save 8+ hours of work and reboot your focus within 2 minutes so you can do the things you love to do? Yes, it’s really possible -- and I’m going to prove it to you! I offer 3 FREE consultations per week. Book yours here before they run out! SabrinaRunbeck.com/BlueprintWant to instantly restore your energy and brighten your fatigued eyes in 2 minutes? Download your FREE audio exercises and discover them for yourself.This is just the tip of the iceberg, and I know you have a lot more questions that you want to get answered. Join us inside our private community for our weekly Ask Me Anything sessions and monthly networking with like-minded healthcare practitioners.
September 15, 2021
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#114: Top 10 Secrets to Creating and Sustaining Strong Partnerships

As Meg Wheatly says, “Relationships are everything!” There isn’t much more stressful than a strained or difficult relationship at work or at home. If you’re doing one of the following things 1) not making relationships a priority, 2) struggling with how to build a strong relationship, or 3) thinking relationships are “soft, fluffy stuff” and you don’t have time for that, then we guarantee your relationships are strained, your energy is drained, and you’re unhappy. We’ve been blessed with strong partnerships in all aspects of our lives and in this episode we share with you our top ten secrets to strong partnerships.For full show notes and links, visit:https://www.missinglogic.com/new-podcastIf you found value in this episode, please leave us a review on Apple Podcasts!Other Resources You May Enjoy:Self-Study Opportunity:  Enrollment is open to our Self-Study Program, Caring for Others Without Neglecting YOU!  Click Here NOW to learn more and enroll!Click the title to download our free perspective paper: The 3 Biggest Mistakes Healthcare Leaders Make When Trying To Achieve Work Life BalanceIf you have questions for us email your questions to [email protected] SOCIAL MEDIA LINKS:https://www.linkedin.com/company/missinglogic-llchttps://www.facebook.com/missinglogicLLChttps://twitter.com/MissingLogicLLChttps://www.instagram.com/missinglogic_llc/
September 15, 2021
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240 – Give her $1 Million Dollars – she still won't take a job

Dr. Stephanie Freeman joins us on this episode Stephanie shares how being fired multiple times put her on the locums pathway; Why she calls herself an “unemployable doctor”; Is it really hard to work for yourself and setup benefits The positive IRS tax benefits of being an independent contractor
September 14, 2021
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HIMSS21 Changemaker: Geisinger's Karen Murphy

The chief innovation officer of Geisinger's Steele Institute for Health Innovation discusses how COVID-19 led to new thinking about technology-enabled cost and quality improvements – and why the pandemic has shown that fee-for-service doesn't work.
September 14, 2021
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Genes & Your Health Edition – Genomics and Healthcare, Why Does it Matter?

To claim credit for this episode, visit: https://ce.mayo.edu/online-education/content/mayo-clinic-talks-podcast-genes-your-health#group-tabs-node-course-default1 Guests: Matthew J. Ferber, Ph.D. (@Matt_Ferber); Teresa M. Kruisselbrink, M.S., CGC (@T_Kruisselbrink); William C. Palmer, M.D. (@williampalmermd) Host: Denise M. Dupras, M.D., Ph.D. For so long we've heard Genetic Testing is coming. Well guess what, it’s here!  We have over 25 million people who have chosen to participate in direct-to-consumer testing alone. What does this mean for primary care, and does it matter? Find out in the first episode of our Genes & Your Health Edition from the Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine. Additional resources: TAPESTRY Study: https://www.mayo.edu/research/clinical-trials/cls-20477323?_ga=2.268706548.460922620.1627479724-1519128218.1623079535 Mayo Clinic Center for Individualized Medicine: https://www.mayo.edu/research/centers-programs/center-individualized-medicine Connect with the Mayo Clinic School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
September 14, 2021
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Enneagram Series_Episode 5

In this fifth and final episode of the Enneagram Series; We will discover the last Enneagram triad by the hand of the Trilogy Effect team. Types 5, 6, and 7 are often inclined to pursue a career that involves researching!   Drawn to knowledge and with an intense intellectual curiosity, these three types go to analysis and research when they are in fear. Type 5s are good at detaching themselves from the situation to analyze it and have multiple perspectives. Types 6, on the other hand, are absolutely loyal, responsible, and community-oriented. Finally, 7s don’t seem like a head center type because they like to take action by educating themselves. These three types could use exercises like meditation to calm their minds. Thank you for listening to our Enneagram Series; we hope you enjoyed and learned a lot about yourself and the leaders around you!
September 14, 2021
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Eradicate the disability tax, before it’s too late

"Some may say that we all come into this world with our own luck, and if we end up having to endure a disability, then other people in society should not be held financially responsible. To that I say, do we not have a moral imperative to ensure that we create a society that we would be proud to live in? Humankind has only come so far on the basis of cooperation, trust, and looking after each other. We can’t just abdicate our responsibilities in the face of selfishness, or because it feels easier. United we stand, divided we fall. I would hope that if one day you find yourself a victim of fate, someone extends a hand to you in your time of need. Because we’re all healthy—only until we’re not." Shreya Kumar is a medical student. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Eradicate the disability tax, before it’s too late." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/08/eradicate-the-disability-tax-before-its-too-late.html)
September 14, 2021
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Why physician-specialized private counseling practices are important

"Attending physicians struggling with a mental health issue should consider contacting a counselor first, rather than a department head or employer resource. A counselor can assess the mental health issue, offer treatment recommendations, and provide therapy that meets the physician’s needs – all while protecting that person’s privacy. Mental health providers are legally obligated to maintain confidentiality except under the most narrow of circumstances. Despite the concerns that licensing boards and employers have about the risk to patients or impairment, there is little evidence that simply having a mental health issue, or receiving treatment for one, imperils patients. We have abundant evidence, however, that avoidance of treatment imperils physicians. Many physicians have successfully undergone counseling while continuing to work without ever notifying their employer or department, imperiling patient care, or incurring licensing consequences. Until changes occur that mitigate the causes of burnout, depression, anxiety, and substance use disorders among physicians, our priority must be increasing access to and engagement in treatment. Physician-specialized private counseling practices are one way to accomplish that." Vickie Mulkerin is a family physician and owner, White Coat Counseling, LLC. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Why physician-specialized private counseling practices are important." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/08/why-physician-specialized-private-counseling-practices-are-important.html)
September 13, 2021
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317: Solocast – Work is My Drug (The Work Addiction Series – Part III)

Welcome back to part III of the work addiction series. In part I, we talked about the definition of work addiction. Part II was a review of the literature overall. Now in Part III I want to talk about how to navigate work addiction and how to re-enter the work environment. Listen in!   If you want to change your work addiction you need to change the way you relate to yourself, your environment, and your work. So many people come to me in the midst of burnout convinced that they need to leave their jobs.    But here’s the deal, no matter where you work, you will always take yourself.    Work addiction is not inherent in the environment that you work in necessarily. More often than not, this is an internal conflict that stems from conditioning, perfectionism, and other internal stimuli.    Listen in to hear all of my advice and let me know what you think!   “Done is better than perfect.” Dr. Errin Weisman   In this episode: [01:58] I give a brief review of the previous two parts of the series. [02:45] If you want to change your work addiction, change the way you relate to your work, yourself, and the others around you. [04:25] In my experience, the best strategy, once you’ve acknowledged you are a workaholic, is to take a pause. [05:46] I want you to look at your finances and see how much you can use as a resource while you pause. [06:20] Next, sit down and set a budget. [06:33] Now evaluate your life and see how you are living and see if there are places you can cut back. [09:04] This time and space needs to be focused on you. [09:55] Things you need to do when you are thinking about taking a pause. [11:51] It’s important to develop the capacity to disconnect from work. Links and Resources Deputy   Katrina McGee Coaching   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
September 13, 2021
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316: How the Circus and Emergency Medicine are Alike with Dr. Kelsey Quin

Emergency medicine is much like a 3-ring circus, just ask Dr. Kelsey Quin. She grew up in the circus capital of the United States and still volunteers in the amateur circus that she performed in. The skills she learned there are helping her succeed as a physician and she’s telling us how.   In emergency medicine there is always something going on. People being admitted, administrators coding charts, actual emergencies, and then cleaning up after the emergencies. One of the primary skills needed in an ED is the ability to prioritize each task appropriately.   It’s exactly the same in the circus. Between making sure all safety measures are in place to creating an exciting show, there is definitely a hierarchy of tasks.    Dr. Quin is sharing her background, why she chose medicine and her thoughts on medicine today. Listen in to hear it all.    Have you been to the circus lately?    “At the end of the day you have to know yourself and you need to know what got you into this profession.” Dr. Kelsey Quin   In this episode: [02:38] Welcome to the show, Dr. Kelsey Quin! [02:45] Listen as she shares what she is doing now and the circus she performed in. [04:53] She discusses how an Emergency Room is very similar to a circus act. [06:56] Dr. Quin talks about why she chose to be a D.O. [08:30] She shares what it’s like to practice as a D.O. in emergency medicine today. [11:00] Listen as she shares a bit of encouragement today. [12:38] Thank you for being on the show!   Links and Resources Deputy   Find Kelsey: Indiana Osteopathic Association All IN D.O. podcast   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
September 13, 2021
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The Reason Coaches Don’t Make Money

 I get so many coaches, especially newer coaches, asking me questions about how to find clients and what they can do to make more money so this week, I'll reveal the number one reason why some coaches don’t make money. I’m also sharing the three things you need to fulfill to give you the best chance of succeeding, and how to overcome your fear of putting yourself out there and speaking to the people who truly need your help. Get full show notes and more information here: https://entremd.com/151
September 13, 2021
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An emergency medicine life

"I called my wife of 31 days, anxious and dazed. I told her that the pace I was on was crushing me. I told her I had done seven admits since 5 p.m. and taken floor calls, too. It was not yet midnight. I told her I don’t know if I can do this job. But I soldiered on. It was the first of July. I picked up my first chart of the shift and began to walk to see the patient. Felt some apprehension. I looked at the chart and noticed the name printed in the box for the attending physician. The name was mine. I felt awe. I felt pride. I felt fear." Duane Corsi is an emergency physician. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "An emergency medicine life." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/07/an-emergency-medicine-life.html)
September 12, 2021
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Words of advice from a chief resident

"Chiefs, remember, one of those interns is going to fill your shoes in a few years. They may model you in that role, so you want to raise them well! As a former chief resident, I have lots of pearls for those entering residency. However, what I will tell you now is different from what I would have told you then. I have since learned that there are possibilities to create the results that we want and not just follow the path we are told to take. Recently, a former intern of mine — who went on to be a chief resident and subsequently a program director — tweeted that he received advice from another chief: “If you are unhappy in residency, you need to adjust your expectations.” He pondered that this suggestion was a mixed bag. Can you see both sides? Residents, who is responsible for your happiness? Is it the institution, the program, the program director, the chief resident — or you?" Marion McCrary is an internal medicine physician and can be reached at Marion McCrary Wellness. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "A word of advice from one chief resident to another." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/07/a-word-of-advice-from-one-chief-resident-to-another.html)
September 11, 2021
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How documentation burdens patients and clinicians, and what can be done — with Dr. Davin Lundquist

The EHR revolutionized medical record-keeping, but it also created burdensome workflows that create barriers to positive patient-doctor relationships, negatively impacting the experiences of both patients and physicians and even contributing heavily to clinician burnout.Augmedix CMO and practicing physician Dr. Davin Lunquist joins us on today's episode of HIMSSCast to talk about the realities of documentation burden and what his company is doing to combat it.Today's podcast is brought to you by Medallia.Talking points:Davin’s background in clinical practice and at AugmedixHow the introduction of the EHR has led to documentation burnoutDocumentation’s impact on the patient experienceThe difference between electronic and paper recordsDifferent approaches to solving for documentation burdenDifferences between dictation, transcription, and scribingThe advantages of tech-enabled, remote scribingReal-time and recorded scribingSecurity and privacy provisions for scribingHow do patients feel about a third person in the room?Augmedix’s scribing offering and telehealthWhat’s next for Augmedix?How scribing affects note accuracyMore about this episode:Nursing leaders share strategies for reducing documentation burdenHow to improve clinical documentationAI-assisted EHR documentation will need human helpEHR automation is helping reduce clinician burdenAugmedix's device-based remote scribing system announces $19M Series BAugmedix raises $23M for Google Glass-powered remote scribe platform
September 10, 2021
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Top Stories for 9/10

Amazon expanding telehealth and in-person care to 20 more cities; Cityblock Health raises $400M in funding round. Also: AHIP is concerned about the timeline for an interim final rule on surprise billing.Links to the stories:Amazon looks to bring telehealth, in-person care to 20 more citiesCityblock rakes in $400M for platform focused on Medicaid and low-income populations and other digital health fundingsAHIP wants more time for insurers to implement the interim final rule on surprise billing
September 10, 2021
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