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Dr. Asha Parekh shares how an arterial occlusion device can save patients precious time

Today, we talk with Dr. Asha Perekh, Cofounder, CEO, and Biomedical engineer at Frontline Medical Technologies. Her talents are aimed at medical devices that are used in emergent situations to control bleeding. In tangible ways, her work very much saves lives.
January 17, 2022

Lara Dodo discusses how connecting to an Inspirator in a meaningful way can impact your health

In this episode, we hear from Lara Dodo, Chief Growth and Operations Officer at Newtopia. She explains how businesses are recognizing that they can't afford to manage employees chronic diseases so they're starting to adopt preventative telehealth strategies faster than insurers.
January 13, 2022

Harpreet Nagra discusses what motivates us to change

Harpreet Nagra, Ph.D., VP of Behavioral Science at One Drop, merges behavioral science with data science to create a clinically effective digital product that motivates people with Diabetes (or other chronic conditions) to maintain and improve their health. Evidence-based and clinically effective, the One Drop app brings affordable, accessible self-care to every person with a smartphone, as well as their insurers, employers, and healthcare providers.
January 10, 2022

Wema Hoover tackles DEI and the importance of emotional intelligence in leadership

Wema Hoover is a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) Thought Leader. In this episode, she discusses why increasing the emotional intelligence of our leaders to reinforce the culture of their companies is critically important and how companies can ensure a strong internal network of advocates who support minority talent at every level within the organization.
January 6, 2022

Tina Beilinson addresses the isolation and overwhelm of pregnancy and early parenthood

In this episode, Tina Beilinson, CEO and co-founder of Seven Starling, talks with us about this new digital platform and membership program for new and expectant parents. Seven Starling makes doulas and peer group support more accessible to parents everywhere — creating a digital community-led experience that's improving maternal health outcomes.
January 3, 2022

Reflections on 2021 from Three Continents

Every December brings reflectiions about what has happened in the past year and what's coming in the next year. This event brings together three podcasters from the US, Europe and Australia who will address digital health trends and perspectives from three continents and different perspectives their podcasts focus on: digital health law, female empowerment and diversity in healthcare systems across the world. Speakers:  Joy Rios - Consultant, Host of HIT Like a Girl Podcast Bianca Rose Phillips - Founder of Digital Health Think Tank  Tjasa Zajc - Business Developer at Better, Host of Faces of Digital Health podcast
December 28, 2021

Healthcare belongs to everyone, but women play a critical role as the primary decision-makers, or “Chief Medical Officers” for their families, others they care for, and themselves. It’s the women who are deciding which medicines their family take, which health treatments to follow, which doctors to see, and how to live a healthy lifestyle.
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Joy Rios

Joy Rios

Joy Rios is a subject matter expert and health IT consultant focusing on the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS). She has authored four books on how to keep up with CMS regulations, created health IT curricula, trained hundreds of healthcare professionals through online workshops, and written content for various health IT publications. Joy has helped thousands of physicians and clinicians succeed in MIPS and value-based care.
Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts

Robin Roberts is a Health IT Strategist and policy expert with more than 15 years of experience ranging from RCM to population health. She is passionate about helping physicians and health systems pioneer meaningful pathways in value-based care that demonstrate high-quality care at moderate costs while balancing administrative and operational burden.

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Creating Healthcare IT with Cliff Illig, Co-founder of Cerner Corporation This episode is hosted by Day Zero Advisory Council Member Donald Trigg, Former President, Cerner Corporation.