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Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli

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Expanding Clinical Education to Develop Healthcare’s Workforce with Kyle Swinsky

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: How can we expand clinical education to develop the healthcare workforce we desperately need?According to our next guest, Kyle Swinsky, co-founder and CEO of AMOpportunities, it starts by equipping universities and healthcare providers with scalable infrastructure.Drawing from a passion to increase opportunities for international medical trainees, Kyle built a workforce solution that matches students to hands-on rotations while supporting host sites through technology and services.While together, we explore AMO's mission to address bottlenecks preventing schools from graduating qualified healthcare professionals and Kyle reveals how his company augments limited teaching capacity, facilitates ideal student-site relationships, and drives strategic growth into allied health fields.Join us to hear how Kyle and the AMO team is successfully expanding clinical education to develop healthcare’s workforce! Let’s go! Episode Highlights:AMO bridges clinical education gaps by matching students to hands-on training opportunitiesTheir platform and services augment limited teaching capacity at hospitals/clinicsStudents get experience where they want while sites gain pipeline of future workforceAMO has helped over 5,500 trainees secure rotations to advance their careersStrategic growth planned for nursing, PA, rehab therapy, and other allied health fieldsAbout our Guest: Kyle Swinsky is the co-founder and CEO of AMOpportunities, a Chicago-based company that helps international medical students and graduates secure U.S. rotations and supports hospitals and schools in managing trainees through high-quality services and software solutions.In 2013, Kyle, along with co-founder and COO Ben Bradley, launched AMOpportunities to make U.S. clinical experiences accessible to medical trainees around the world. Since 2013, AMO has tripled in size, raised $8.9 million in funding, won the President’s “E” Award for Exports and PIEoneer of the Year, and helped more than 3,600 trainees rotate in the U.S. The company counts Kaplan Medical and AMSA as partners as well as institutions such as University of Miami, Chicago Medicine, MedStar Georgetown University Hospital, and Florida International University.Links Supporting This Episode:AMOpportunities Website: CLICK HEREKyle Swinsky LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREKyle Swinsky Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
February 26, 2024

Reshaping Women’s Health Through Virtual Menopause Care with Joanna Strober

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: How can we reimagine women’s health by meeting them where they are- virtually and compassionately?According to our next guest Joanna Strober, founder and CEO of Midi Health, it starts with understanding the overlooked symptoms of perimenopause and menopause that deeply impact quality of life.Drawing from her own frustrating journey to receive proper hormonal care, Joanna built an accessible, insurance-covered virtual clinic tailored to women navigating this transition.While together, Joanna shares Midi Health’s mission to deliver personalized, expert protocols for the over 30 symptoms related to declining estrogen, and also reveals how her company identifies gaps like painful sex and weight gain to build specialty services. Additionally, Joanna shares the vision for Midi Health to become a trusted partner supporting long-term health, and why partnerships with health systems are imperative.Join us to learn how Joanna and the Midi Health team is successfully reshaping women's health through virtual menopause care! Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Midi Health meets women where they are by providing virtual, insurance-covered care for overlooked perimenopause/menopause symptomsThey take a listening-based approach to build specialty services addressing gaps like painful sex and midlife weight gainThe goal is for Midi Health to be a 20-year partner supporting women's long-term health needsPartnerships with health systems are crucial for referrals and sharing patient dataMidi Health is successfully reshaping care to center the woman in her midlife healthcare journey  About our Guest: Joanna is the co-founder and CEO of Midi Health, the leading virtual care clinic focused exclusively on women navigating midlife hormonal transition. The company brings insurance-covered expert care for the symptoms of perimenopause and menopause to women nationwide. A successful serial entrepreneur in the digital health space, Joanna previously served as CEO and founder of Kurbo, the first digital therapeutic for childhood obesity, which she sold to Weight Watchers. Recently named to the “Forbes 50 Over 50” list and a featured speaker at the 2023 Fortune Most Powerful Women Conference, Joanna is a frequently quoted expert on issues related to digital health, women in business, startups and leadership. Prior to becoming a founder, Joanna spent more than 20 years in direct private equity and venture capital investing in health and consumer companies, including a number of notable consumer internet companies, such as BlueNile, eToys, Babycenter, HotJobs and Flycast. Joanna is also the author of the book, “Getting to 50/50,” a primer on how women can succeed and thrive at work and at home. Links Supporting This Episode:Midi Health Website: CLICK HEREJoana Strober LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMidi Health LinkedIn page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page:
February 12, 2024

Unlocking the Power of Glucose with Phil Southerland

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE---What does it take to reimagine metabolic health by harnessing the power of sport and technology?According to our next guest, Phil Southerland, Founder and CEO of Supersapiens, it starts with audaciously believing that real-time biometric data can revolutionize wellbeing for all.Drawing from his lifelong journey managing type 1 diabetes through exercise, Phil shares Supersapiens' mission to make continuous glucose monitoring accessible worldwide. Their cutting-edge ecosystem inspires better nutritional choices by visualizing individualized glucose responses whether you're a pro-athlete or everyday parent.While together, Phil reveals how Supersapiens is tackling insurance obstacles to customize care, why helping youth build healthy habits is imperative, and the pivotal role entrepreneurs play in shaping preventative healthcare policy.Join us to hear Phil's vision of using sports and technology to unlock the power of glucose that can fuel our amazing human potential! Let's go!Episode Highlights:Harnessing sport and activity as a platform to inspire better metabolic healthBringing real-time glucose insights to people with and without diabetesOvercoming early startup mistakes by listening to customer feedbackThe need for payers to cover CGM technology for preventative careInspiring all people to believe in themselves to invest in their wellbeing  About our Guest: Phil Southerland, Founder and CEO of Supersapiens, is a visionary leader whose expertise in health technology and personal experience with diabetes fuel the company's innovative approach. Living with type 1 diabetes since he was just 7 months old, his leadership and strategic vision are instrumental in steering Supersapiens towards groundbreaking achievements in diabetes management, reflecting a deep commitment to improving healthcare outcomes through technology.Links Supporting This Episode:Supersapiens Website: CLICK HEREPhil Southerland LinkedIn page: CLICK HERESupersapiens Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
February 4, 2024

Empowering Healthcare with Actionable Data with Caryn Hewitt

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: How can health systems transform operations via real-time locating innovations?According to our next guest, Caryn Hewitt, Senior Director of Consulting Services at CenTrak, it starts with responsibly harnessing actionable data to drive productivity, cost savings, and elevated care experiences.With over 37 years improving hospital operations and four years as a health system Chief Information Officer, Caryn brings invaluable wisdom that is helping empower healthcare with actionable data. Currently, she leads CenTrak teams that are helping over 2,000 healthcare organizations worldwide to increase asset visibility, respond faster to staff duress, reduce patient wait times, and more through cutting-edge IoT solutions.While together, Caryn shares her journey from bedside nursing to pioneering connective technologies, how real-time locating awareness unlocks shared asset utilization across facilities, and why she urges innovators to imagine expanded use cases that could further transform point-of-care operations.Join us as Caryn reveals how to tap data streams towards revolutionizing healthcare functionality. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Always put the patient and family first when considering care improvementsReal-time locating systems can increase asset sharing between hospitals to reduce costsStaff duress solutions are currently very popular to protect staff safetyTracking patient workflow can identify bottlenecks and opportunities to add more patient revenueImagine expanded use cases for how real-time data could further elevate point-of-care workingsGuest Bio: Caryn Hewitt has been involved in hospital operations for 37 years as a Nursing Executive. She has held various roles, including 4 years as the Chief Information Officer of a large health system. Caryn brings extensive experience in several healthcare technology projects including all facets of planning and opening a new 400-bed hospital which was inclusive of many real-time location system (RTLS) use cases. Currently, Caryn is CenTrak’s Senior Director of Consulting Services, leading a team of highly experienced professionals with a wide variety of clinical and operational healthcare expertise.Links Supporting This Episode: CenTrak Website: CLICK HERECaryn Hewitt LinkedIn page: CLICK HERECenTrak Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
January 28, 2024

Unlocking Equitable Pediatric Care with Dr. Sharief Taraman

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Ossur. To learn more about their ‘Responsible for Tomorrow’ Sustainability Campaign, and how you can get involved: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: What will it take to shatter systemic barriers obstructing timely and equitable pediatric care? According to our next guest, Dr. Sharief Taraman, Chief Executive Officer of Cognoa, it starts with responsible AI adoption designed to uplift all patients. As creators of the first and only FDA-authorized diagnostic for autism, Cognoa continues pioneering digital health solutions upholding diversity, cost savings, and care team empowerment. While together, Dr. Taraman passionately shares Cognoa's mission of democratizing quality care, how their autism diagnostic is dissolving geographic and financial obstacles through telehealth accessibility, and why he urges investors to back ventures tackling pediatric device gaps spanning ADHD, anxiety, speech impediments, and more. Join us as Dr. Taraman shares why he and his team at Cognoa are so dedicated to unlocking equitable pediatric care. Lets go! Episode Highlights:How Cognoa launched 1st ever FDA-authorized diagnostic test for autismExtracting digital biomarkers from parental questionnaires and child observation videosReducing disparities by maintaining high accuracy across patient demographicsAuto-generating necessary evaluation documentation to alleviate administrative burdensCognoa’s pursuit to earn breakthrough designation for condensed 6-week autism behavioral therapyAbout our Guest: Dr. Sharief Taraman, MD, DABPN, DABPM, FAAP, is dual board-certified in Neurology with special qualifications in Child Neurology from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and Clinical Informatics from the American Board of Preventive Medicine. He formerly served as the Division Chief of Pediatric Neurology for the CHOC Children’s Specialists Pediatric Subspecialty Faculty and is a Clinical Associate Professor of Pediatrics at UC Irvine School of Medicine. Dr. Taraman is the Chief Executive Officer of Cognoa, a leading early childhood development and pediatric behavioral health company, creator of the first and only FDAauthorized diagnostic for autism and early, rapid developmental health evaluation, designed to increase childhood access to life-changing early intervention and treatment of behavioral health conditions. Links Supporting This Episode:Cognoa Website: CLICK HEREDr. Sharief Taraman LinkedIn page: CLICK HERECognia LinkedIn page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
January 21, 2024

Fostering Sustainable Stewardship with Bergthora Hlidkvist Skuladottir

With over a decade focused on propelling global sustainability initiatives, Bergthora Hlidkvist Skuladottir knows navigating the road toward environmental stewardship requires unwavering commitment from every stakeholder. As Global Sustainability Director at Össur, Bergthora leads the charge on continuously seeking innovative mobility solutions that balance ecological health, social equity, and economic prosperity. During our conversation, Bergthora unpacks Össur's steadfast environmental efforts spanning greenhouse gas emissions, raw material efficiencies, renewable energies, diversity programs, science-based targets, and ushering in the circular economy across the healthcare industry. Join us for this passionate conversation on spearheading sustainable transformation and empowering an integrated ownership model that permeates every facet of business. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Set and achieved goal of sourcing 100% green electricity for operationsEstablished science-based emission targets aligned with 1.5°C global warming trajectoryImplemented ambitious electric vehicle adoption plan, targeting 75% by 2030Launched "Responsible for Tomorrow" umbrella sustainability program with cross-department ownershipProviding customers sustainability-focused product enhancements like eco-friendly packaging About our Guest: With a robust background in environmental science, Bergthora has devoted her career to advancing sustainable practices and fostering global environmental stewardship. Her passion for bridging the gap between scientific research and actionable sustainability solutions continues to drive impactful change for Össur by championing initiatives that balance ecological health, social responsibility, and economic viability.Links Supporting This Episode:Ossur Website: CLICK HEREBergthora Hlidkvist Skuladottir LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREOssur Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
January 14, 2024

Elevating Community Health with Colby Takeda

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Colby Takeda, co-founder and CEO of Pear Suite, a game-changing company pioneering tech-enabled community health workers to address social drivers of health. With a career improving community wellbeing through social determinants programs, Colby saw technology’s potential to empower this workforce. While together, Colby shares how Pear Suite’s platform captures data, coordinates care, and tracks outcomes to elevate community health workers’ impact. Additionally, we discuss the invaluable but untapped role these workers play in building trust and relationships with patients where health systems can’t reach and how connecting them to resources, social programs, and care coordination closes important health and care gaps. By making these workers scalable, Colby sees healthcare finally utilizing community assets for equitable access. Join us for this passionate and impactful conversation. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Origins: Inspired by community health workers’ potential with better tech enablementThe Platform: Centralizes workflows, surfaces insights and coordinates careTrusted Role: Community health workers build relationships and address social needsScalable Model: Tech elevated data and care coordination drives sustainabilityVision: Connecting community and health systems for equitable accessAbout our Guest: Colby Takeda is the co-founder and CEO of Pear Suite, a digital health company working to empower community health workers and better address the social determinants of health. Through Pear Suite’s social care navigation platform, health plans, providers and community-based organizations can boost member engagement, improve health outcomes, and reduce the cost of care in a person-centered, culturally, and linguistically centered way. Colby is a former senior living executive and has dedicated most of his professional career to improving community well-being through population health management programs, policy change, and technology solutions, particularly around the social determinants of health. After completing his undergraduate studies in health sciences, Colby completed a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, Shidler College of Business and a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the University of California, Berkeley School of Public Health.Links Supporting This Episode:Pear Suite Website: CLICK HEREColby Takeda LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREColby Takeda Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
January 4, 2024

Fueling Modern Benefits Innovation with Trusted Data with Shannon Goggin

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: Joining us on today’s episode is Shannon Goggin, CEO and co-founder of Noyo, a passionate innovator and entrepreneur on a mission to build the digital infrastructure necessary to power modern benefits experiences.With over a decade focused on developing technology to tackle meaningful impacts on people's daily lives, Shannon started Noyo to ensure everyone can easily understand and utilize their healthcare benefits.While together, we discuss the inspiration behind Noyo's founding and Shannon's advice for entrepreneurs seeking large-scale change by both envisioning an ideal future state and deeply understanding current real world constraints.Shannon also explains Noyo's role as a bridge helping antiquated systems adapt to enable much needed consumer-centric innovation around benefits experiences.Through this pursuit, Shannon aims to eliminate common pain points like surprise bills and improve trust through correct, readily available benefits information.Join us for this exciting look at the data fueling the next generation of benefits. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Envisioning an ideal future state and understanding current constraintsBridging modern innovation and antiquated legacy systemsEliminating common benefits pain points like surprise billsImproving access to correct benefits informationData powering next-generation benefits experiences About our Guest: Shannon Goggin is the CEO and co-founder of Noyo, the benefits data platform built to power next-generation benefits experiences for everyone. Shannon has been building software for nearly a decade and is passionate about putting technology to work on issues that have a meaningful impact on people’s daily lives. Shannon started Noyo to make sure everyone can easily understand and use their healthcare and benefits every day. She lives in San Francisco, where Noyo is headquartered.Links Supporting This Episode:Noyo Website: CLICK HEREShannon Goggin LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREShannon Goggin Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
December 18, 2023

Humanizing Healthcare Leadership with Dan Wright

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: Joining us on this episode is Dan Wright, Chief Nursing Officer at Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital, a passionate executive pioneering authentic connections between leaders and frontline staff to improve care culture. With over 19 years of nursing leadership experience aimed at elevating care quality, patient outcomes, and colleague engagement, Dan believes deeply in people-centered leadership. While together, Dan shares how regular rounding on units, hosting open forums for team member feedback, and inviting caregivers to shadow him helps humanize executive roles while building trust. We also discuss the challenging reality of current nursing shortages and burnout. Dan explains that re-inspiring and motivating staff through relationship building and helping them feel valued and invested is key to overcoming these crises. By putting people first, Dan sees a path forward for healthcare that enables both compassionate, quality care and a positive work environment. Join us for this important, timely, and invigorating conversation. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Leading with authenticity- being your true self breaks down barriers between leaders and staffRounding and shadowing- increased informal interactions strengthen connectionsNursing shortages and burnout- COVID aftermath has challenged workforce mental healthInspiring caregivers- helping staff feel valued and invested fosters engagementIt’s about people first- focusing on culture and environment enables quality careAbout our Guest: Dan has more than 19 years of combined leadership experience with positive patient outcomes and colleague engagement. Early in his nursing career, Dan worked his way from staff nurse to charge nurse, nurse manager, nursing director and beyond. He has taken on leadership roles overseeing perioperative services, clinical operations and patient care services, and also served as Corporate Director of Nursing Practice Standards for HCA Healthcare. He served in various nurse executive roles including Chief Nursing Officer in MetroWest Boston and as a system Chief Nursing Officer in New York. He currently is the Chief Nursing Officer at Ascension Columbia St. Mary’s Hospital. Dan received his Associate Degree in Nursing from Hondros College School of Nursing, and both his Bachelor of Science in Nursing and Master in Health Administration from Ohio University. He has also completed the HCA Executive Development Program where he received the EDP CNO Award in 2020.He believes in people-centered leadership and making connections with all those he serves from caregivers, patients, and the community. His focus and passion is investing in caregivers to improve both the culture and environment for people to prosper and provide the best quality and compassionate care for the community.Links Supporting This Episode:Ascension Website: CLICK HEREDaniel Wright LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREAscension Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page:
December 11, 2023

Pioneering Personalized Allergy Relief with Shani Bocian

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Shani Bocian, founder and CEO of Allermi, an innovative telehealth startup aiming to improve the lives of allergy sufferers through personalized prescription nasal sprays. Born from Shani’s mission to enhance the health of others and her father’s 30 years of allergy research at Stanford University, Allermi provides customized relief by combining medications to target individual symptoms.While together, Shani explains how Allermi’s approach helps chronic allergy patients who struggled with over-the-counter options and brings specialized care to those unable to access in-person allergists. We also explore Allermi’s rocketship growth, serving thousands of customers in just one year, and how Shani is taking the company to the next level.With an unrelenting focus on patients’ allergy health, Shani and Allermi team are pioneering much-needed innovation in a $15 billion industry. Join us as she shares her vision for leading change in allergy care nationwide. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Origins: Allermi was born from Shani's father, Dr. Robert Bocian's 30 years of allergy research and "potions" at Stanford to provide better reliefCustomized Care: Personalized multi-ingredient nasal sprays target individual symptoms vs one-size-fits-all over-the-counter optionsTelehealth Innovation: On-demand virtual allergist appointments increase access and care nationwideRocketship Growth: Served over 15,000 customers in just the first year since launchingFunding The Future: Recently closed a $7.5 million seed round to fuel further expansion About our Guest: Shani Bocian is the visionary founder and CEO of Allermi, a groundbreaking telehealth startup based in San Francisco that aims to improve the lives of chronic and seasonal allergy sufferers with personalized prescription nasal sprays. Founded in 2021, Allermi has quickly garnered attention and funding for its innovative approach to combating allergy symptoms.Born and raised in Palo Alto, California, Shani’s family has a background in the medical field and her father, Robert Bocian, MD, PhD, FAAAAI, is a Professor of Allergy-Immunology at Stanford University. Her father’s expertise and passion for helping patients with rhinitis and hay fever served as the catalyst for Allermi’s creation.With Shani’s mission to help people improve their health and her father’s decades of clinical experience, Allermi became a family endeavor. They assembled a team of dedicated professionals, including six full-time employees on the operational side and approximately 20 licensed physicians providing telehealth services across all 50 states.Links Supporting This Episode:Allermi Website: CLICK HEREShani Bocian LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREAllermi Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK...
December 3, 2023

Removing Obstacles to Clinical Trial Access with Scott Gray

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Scott Gray, CEO of Clincierge, pioneering concierge-level support services to enhance clinical trials. Bringing extensive experience in pharmaceutical events, Scott is driven to remove obstacles patients face in accessing potentially life-changing trials. While together, Scott shares how Clincierge manages logistics and finances so patients can focus on treatment and why his team is so passionate in building trust and customized care by aligning coordinators directly with participants throughout lengthy trial regimens. Additionally, we discuss innovations enabling continuation of research and patient safety amidst the pandemic's disruption. Join us as Scott advocates for considering the immense value of improving trial experiences to speed novel therapies to market and how his team at Clinciege is doing exactly this! Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Scott brings pharmaceutical events expertise to transform clinical trial experiences.Clincierge manages logistics and finances so patients can focus on treatment.Custom care and trust stem from aligned coordinators supporting patients.Scott drove creative solutions enabling trials to continue safely despite COVID.Scott exemplifies the immense value of improving experiences to progress faster.About our Guest: Scott Gray is the co-founder and CEO of Clincierge, a provider of patient support services for clinical trials. Since 2015, Clincierge patient coordinators have managed logistics and reimbursements in more than 300 clinical trials worldwide.Links Supporting This Episode:Clincierge Website: CLICK HEREScott Gray LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREClincierge Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
November 13, 2023

Streamlining Clinician Workflows with Dr. Holly Urban

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we sit down with Dr. Holly Urban, VP of Clinical Product Design at CliniComp, pioneering intuitive EHRs to combat clinician burnout. Bringing deep medical expertise, Holly is driven to create the right tools so clinicians can deliver better care. While together, Holly shares how CliniComp is building a new system focused on streamlining workflows for modern healthcare's digital age and how her company is leveraging the latest innovations around AI and automation to further accelerate documentation and administrative efficiencies. We also discuss the future of increased EHR competition and innovation in a mature yet dissatisfied market. Join us as Holly advocates for technology that lets providers practice medicine rather than data entry and to hear her dedication to improving care through thoughtful design. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Holly brings extensive clinical leadership spanning practice and informatics.CliniComp is creating intuitive EHRs purpose-built for streamlined workflows.The goal is to reduce burdensome tasks so providers can focus on patients.Holly sees opportunities for increased competition and innovation in EHRs.She exemplifies commitment to combating clinician burnout through design.  About our Guest: Dr. Holly Urban, as a pediatrician and clinical informaticist, is passionate about the power of healthcare information technology to enhance patient care at scale.  Holly completed her undergraduate degree at Stanford, received her MD from the University of Colorado, and her MBA from Regis University.  After completing her pediatrics residency at Children's Hospital Denver, Dr. Urban went on to practice as a pediatrician, providing primary care and attending to her low-acuity hospitalized patients.Subsequently, Holly transitioned to product management roles at top-tier healthcare IT vendors, where she served as a product leader for McKesson Horizon Clinicals EHR and Hearst Health's evidence-based content companies, Zynx Health and MCG Health.As a recognized leader in the field, Dr. Urban served as CMIO at Oracle Cerner before recently assuming her current position as VP of Clinical Product Design at CliniComp. Her extensive expertise in clinical product design and healthcare informatics, coupled with her passion for improving patient care through cutting-edge technologies, has made her an invaluable asset to the field of healthcare IT.Links Supporting This Episode:CliniComp Website: CLICK HEREDr. Holly Urban LinkedIn page: CLICK HERECliniComp Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest...
November 6, 2023

Optimizing Medical Purchasing with ​​Luká Yancopoulos

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we connect with Luka Yancopoulos, CEO of Grapevine Technologies, pioneering supply chain automation to revolutionize healthcare purchasing. Driven by firsthand experiences amid COVID-19 shortages, Luka is committed to reinventing antiquated distribution models. While together, Luka shares how Grapevine unites all vendors onto one platform to optimize savings for independent practices. Additionally, Luka unpacks building seamless operations that let clinicians focus on medicine rather than supply logistics. We also discuss the future of disintermediation to reduce healthcare costs by streamlining redundant middlemen markups. Join us as Luka advocates for putting service over profits to increase healthcare accessibility and how Grapevine equips providers with resilient, efficient supply chains. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Luka brings supply chain expertise to transform healthcare purchasing.Grapevine unites vendors onto one platform to optimize savings.The goal is seamless supply operations so clinicians can focus on medicine.Luka sees massive cost reductions from cutting redundant middlemen.He exemplifies commitment to increasing healthcare accessibility.About our Guest: Luka Yancopoulos is the dynamic CEO of Grapevine Technologies and a rising force in the healthcare industry. As a distinguished VIPER student at UPenn, Luka's impactful academic journey has equipped him with invaluable knowledge. With six years of research and professional experience under his belt, including groundbreaking nanopore bioanalytic research and collaboration with esteemed institutions like CHOP, Luka's passion for improving healthcare logistics became evident. Inspired by the challenges he witnessed firsthand, Luka fearlessly founded Pandemic Relief Supply (PRS) in April 2020, spearheading the delivery of over $20M in critical supplies, including generous donations to the AFYA Foundation. Now, with the founding of Grapevine in June 2021, Luka's unwavering commitment to revolutionizing the healthcare supply chain shines bright. Stay tuned as he leads Grapevine on a transformative journey to redefine the industry.Links Supporting This Episode:Grapevine Technologies Website: CLICK HERELuká Yancopoulos LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREGrapevine Technologies LinkedIn page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
October 30, 2023

Modernizing IVF with Marty Gauvin

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Marty Gauvin, CEO of Fertilis, a fast-growing startup pioneering precision devices to modernize IVF treatments. As a serial entrepreneur, Marty is driven to eliminate the heartbreak of infertility impacting millions. While together, Marty shares how Fertilis provides unprecedented environmental control and standardization to improve outcomes. Additionally, Marty unpacks the future of micro-fertility innovations addressing systemic issues limiting accessibility and success rates as well as global population health impacts driving increased prioritization and access. Join us as Marty advocates for supporting people emotionally and physically on their journey to start a family while also sharing his dedication to helping IVF finally live up to its extraordinary potential through continuous improvements. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Marty’s startup expertise to transform the IVF experience for patients.How Fertilis controls embryos' environments and reduces variability.Marty’s vision is to solve systemic issues limiting IVF's accessibility and 30% average success rate.Why Marty sees global prioritization growing as infertility becomes a population health issue.Marty’s commitment to the mission of eliminating the heartbreak of infertility.About our Guest: Marty Gauvin is CEO and Co-Founder of Fertilis, where he works to commercialize the team's pioneering technology and make it accessible to millions of people around the world. Marty is a serial entrepreneur, co-founding several startups including Hostworks, Australia’s largest critical application hosting company, and is currently CEO at Virtual Ark. He served two terms as Chair of The Innovation Investment Committee in the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science in Australia since 2016, which governs the VC sector in Australia. He has been a member of several government and private investment boards that have invested or overseen the investment of billions of dollars into the commercialization of Australian research. Links Supporting This Episode:Fertilis Website: CLICK HEREMarty Gauvin LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMarty Gauvin Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
October 16, 2023

Driving Better Patient Engagement with Lisa Blue

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we connect with Lisa Blue, Chief Clinical Innovation Officer at Providertech, a leading company pioneering better patient engagement and care management. Bringing deep nursing expertise, Lisa is driven to transform complex healthcare journeys through human-centric design. While together, Lisa shares how Providertech leverages behavioral science and clear navigation to drive meaningful actions. Lisa also unpacks real-world implementations empowering vulnerable populations through simplified education and direct access and the continued push towards value-based care and population health enabled by smart technologies. Join us to hear how Lisa and the Providertech team advocate for advancing healthcare through creativity, relationships, and persistently believing better is possible and to gain inspiration from her dedication to improving care team workflows and patient experiences. Lets go!Episode Highlights:Lisa brings clinical leadership experience from acute to community care settings.Providertech uses behavioral science and navigation to drive patient actions.Real-world examples show simplified education and access empowering populations.Lisa sees continued momentum towards value-based care and population health.She exemplifies creativity, persistence, and leveraging connections to transform care.About our Guest: Lisa Blue is the Chief Clinical Innovation Officer with Providertech, which offers technology solutions to address the complexity of scaling patient engagement while improving operational efficiencies. She is an enthusiastic population health leader who believes that doing healthcare differently, and better, is possible. She is a registered nurse with clinical experience from acute care to FQHCs, giving her the ability to effectively translate and enhance healthcare workflows. She earned her Diploma of Nursing from St Elizabeth Hospital Medical Center in Ohio, her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at Grand Canyon University, and her Master of Healthcare Innovation from Arizona State University.Links Supporting This Episode:Providertech Website: CLICK HERELisa Blue LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREProvidertech Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
October 9, 2023

Pioneering Continuous Diagnostic Monitoring with Dr. Agim Beshiri

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Dr. Agim Beshiri, Chief Medical Officer of Nutromics, an international leader pioneering continuous diagnostic monitoring to transform personalized care. Bringing over 20 years of clinical and industry expertise, Agim is driven to advance patient-centric precision medicine. While together, Agim shares how Nutromics utilizes synthetic DNA sensors for real-time, first-order molecular recognition. Additionally, Agim unpacks the future of scaling personalized treatment through continuous multiplexed monitoring. We also discuss reinventing antiquated blood testing methodologies and paradigm shifts enabling preventative intervention. Join us as Agim outlines a vision for mimicking implanted diagnostic tools across diverse disease states and to gain inspiration from his dedication to elevating global standards of care through innovative diagnostics. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Agim brings deep medical affairs experience to transform diagnostic testingHow Nutromics uses synthetic DNA sensors for continuous, multiplexed monitoringWays in which Nutromics enables real-time precision dosing adjustments and early interventionsAgim envisions scaling continuous diagnostics across diverse disease statesHow Agim exemplifies commitment to profoundly advancing personalized medicine About our Guest: Agim Beshiri, M.D., is the Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at MedTech startup Nutromics. His passion is in elevating the standard of care for all patients. With over 20 years’ experience in the IVD field both in the clinical setting and industry. Dr Beshiri developed methods and collaborations that enabled patient-centric application of diagnostics addressing underserved patients in disease states from cardiology to oncology.A leading industry expert in developing a medical affairs organization and driving medical research and education. With a broad background in internal medicine, hematology, general cardiology, and laboratory medicine, Dr Beshiri initiated and collaborated on research programs resulting in over 800 research collaborations and over 1000 publications.Prior to Nutromics, Dr Beshiri was Senior Medical Director at Abbott Laboratories where he developed supporting their Diagnostics organization for over 16 years. His clinical experience includes the Brooke Army Medical Center in Texas, the 452nd Combat Support Hospital in Wisconsin and Aurora/Advocate Clinical Laboratories in Wisconsin and Illinois, and South-eastern Europe.Dr. Beshiri is a member of several organizations, including the American Medical Association, American Heart Association, European Society of Cardiology, International Society for Laboratory Hematology, European Hematology Association, American Society of Hematology, and American Society of Clinical Oncology. He has also served on guideline subcommittees for the Clinical and Laboratory Standards Institute.Links Supporting This Episode:Nutromics Website: CLICK HEREDr. Agim Beshiri LinkedIn page: CLICK HERENutromics Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page:
October 2, 2023

Enhancing Patient Engagement with AI Avatars with Chuck Rinker

During this episode, we connect with Chuck Rinker, CEO of PRSONAS, an industry leader pioneering digital personality technology to revolutionize healthcare engagement. Bringing expertise from the gaming and entertainment industries, Chuck is driven to apply AI for more humanistic care.While together, Chuck shares how PRSONAS creates virtual assistants to guide patients, providing a vital, personalized touch at scale. Additionally, Chuck unpacks real-world implementations that ease patient journeys through empathy and diverse representation. We also discuss shifting mindsets as pioneering providers embrace future-focused care transformation. Join us as Chuck outlines a vision for 24/7 digital advocates that unite holistic teams behind-the-scenes to deliver tailored support and relieve overwhelmed staff by injecting compassion and humanity into our healthcare system. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Chuck brings a fresh perspective from gaming to transform impersonal healthcare journeys.PRSONAS uses AI personalities to provide empathetic guidance and support.Virtual assistants act as the face of health systems to boost patient satisfaction.Chuck advocates for pioneering providers to embrace care transformation.The vision is 24/7 digital advocates uniting holistic care teams behind-the-scenes.About our Guest: Chuck Rinker is simply an "Imagineer without the ears!". He has spent his entire professional and personal life stimulating both sides of his brain, pursuing advanced degrees and career positions that exploit his self-proclaimed mastering of both artistic expression and technical know-how.Rinker's professional career has taken him from developing black-ops military tech and NASA/space-borne avionics through gaming, including directing the NCAA / Madden series of games for EA Sports. This lead to the creation of nuMedia Innovations and the patented technologies behind it. Their premier offering is the PRSONAS™ Digital Personality Engine bringing human engagement to self-service solutions for airports, hospitals, and commercial markets.His educational background spans degrees and post-graduate education in electrical engineering, computer science, multimedia technologies, advanced 3D animation, and digital audio.Rinker's professional experiences have only been trumped by the pure luck he enjoys having a wonderful wife of 30 years and two incredibly talented and respectful daughters. He also indulges other passions as a general aviation pilot, a devoted fan of Walt Disney's genius, attempting to find time to enjoy the 7 musical instruments he plays. Most of all, Rinker enjoys the arts, dance, and theater with an appreciation that only living with three ladies in his life have brought out in him.Rinker's only goal is to keep doing what he's doing in all aspects of his life with only two changes: "Do it bigger" and "Do it better"!Links Supporting This Episode:PRSONAS Website: CLICK HERE  Chuck Rinker LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREPRSONAS Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter:
September 18, 2023

Empowering Hypertension Self-Care with Dr. Jay Shah

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we connect with Dr. Jay Shah, Chief Medical Officer of Aktiia, a high-growth startup revolutionizing blood pressure monitoring. Bringing deep clinical expertise, Jay is driven to apply technology to solve practical problems in medicine. While together, Jay shares how Aktiia’s innovative cuffless arm bracelet tracks optical blood pressure signals to provide continuous, actionable data. Additionally, Jay unpacks the potential to empower patients through tests assessing interventions over time, facilitated by remote monitoring. We also delve into leveraging partnerships to scale impact beyond the device itself. Join us as Jay outlines the future of preventative, patient-centered hypertension care enabled by novel digital health technologies and gain inspiration from his dedication to improving this silent epidemic by impacting over 1 billion people worldwide. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Jay brings clinical leadership to disrupt antiquated blood pressure monitoring technologyAktiia’s cuffless bracelet tracks optical signals to deliver continuous blood pressure dataRemote monitoring allows carefully assessing interventions over timeFuture digital tools can empower patients in preventative self-careJay exemplifies commitment to tackling the global hypertension crisisAbout our Guest: Dr. Jay Shah has 15+ years of medical expertise and leadership in healthcare delivery at city general hospitals, to community settings, to the Mayo Clinic.  He has brought his experience and expertise to the Swiss startup Aktiia, to change the paradigm of how the world’s most common disease – hypertension – is understood and managed.  Also an angel investor and advisor, he is passionate about applying technology to solve practical problems in medicine and believes strongly in the power of positive thinking and collaboration.Links Supporting This Episode:Aktiia Website: CLICK HEREDr. Jay Shah LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREAktiia Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
September 11, 2023

Advancing Care for Chronic Eye Diseases with Dr. Clark Chang

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we sit down with Dr. Clark Chang, Director of Global Medical Affairs at Glaukos, a pioneer in micro-invasive glaucoma surgeries. Motivated by enriching patient lives, Dr. Chang brings a clinician's perspective to advancing care for chronic eye diseases like keratoconus. While together, Dr. Chang shares insights into Glaukos' corneal cross-linking procedure, iLink, which halts disease progression and how this strengthens the cornea, allowing for visual optimization with specialty lenses. We also discuss the overwhelmingly positive patient feedback and Glaukos' mission of developing novel therapies. Tune in as Dr. Chang outlines key priorities like improving diagnosis and education to ensure patients receive timely, effective treatment. Join us to gain inspiration from his dedication to elevating patient’s quality of life through persistence and collaboration. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Clark's clinical background motivates him to pursue upstream solutions for complex eye diseases.Glaukos' iLink cross-linking procedure halts keratoconus progression by strengthening the cornea.Overwhelmingly positive patient feedback shows the impact on quality of life.Priority areas are improving diagnosis and education around eye disease.Clark exemplifies persistence and commitment to elevating patient care through collaboration.About our Guest: Clark Chang, OD, MSA serves as the director of global medical affairs at Glaukos.  He pursued both Doctor of Optometry and Master of Science degrees in Low Vision Rehabilitation. After the completion, Dr. Chang undertook additional residency training in the area of primary care to augment his knowledge in the management of ocular pathologies. Dr. Chang’s residency training culminated his interest in the cornea and contact lenses, which led to the completion of his fellowship in Cornea and Contact Lens at The Cornea and Laser Eye Institute.In addition, he has been involved in many clinical studies, during both his residency and fellowship. Dr. Chang lectures both nationally and internationally.  At the Cornea and Laser Eye Institute and its Center for Keratoconus, Dr. Chang concentrated on providing preoperative and postoperative care for refractive surgery patients and participants in onsite clinical trials. He also specializes in designing specialty contact lenses for optical rehabilitation in patients with various corneal conditions including keratoconus, ectasia, post-intacs, post-collagen cross-linking, post-corneal transplantation, and post-ocular trauma.Links Supporting This Episode:Glaukos Website: CLICK HEREGlaukos LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREGlaukos Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK...
August 28, 2023

Leveraging AI to Revolutionize Virtual Care with Narinder Singh

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we chat with Narinder Singh, co-founder, and CEO of LookDeep Health, an innovative company leveraging AI and computer vision to revolutionize virtual care in the hospital. Motivated by his mother's harrowing healthcare journey, Narinder brings an outsider's perspective to solving systemic access issues of continuously monitoring patients that drive healthy outcomes. While together, Narinder shares how LookDeep Health enables hospital-wide video surveillance through affordable hardware and software, while nudging providers' attention via AI. Narinder unpacks the virtual command center experience for clinicians and feedback from nurses who feel they finally "have more resources" with LookDeep’s technology. We also discuss the measured approach to implementing human and AI collaboration and the mindset shifts required in skeptical healthcare settings. Join us to gain inspiration from Narinder's passion for applying technology to ease care provider burdens and keep patients safe. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Narinder's personal healthcare crisis revealed gaps in hospital care and monitoring.LookDeep uses computer vision and AI to monitor patients hospital-wide continuously.Affordable hardware model enables ubiquitous video surveillance and virtual monitoring.Feedback shows nurses feel like they "have more resources" supporting patients.Thoughtful change management is key for human-AI collaboration in healthcare.  About our Guest: Narinder is co-founder and CEO of LookDeep Health. Prior to that, he was co-founder and president of Appirio, a pioneer in cloud computing and the first cloud investment of Salesforce.com and Sequoia Capital. Appirio grew to over 1,200 employees and was acquired by Wipro in 2016. Previous to Appirio, Narinder worked in the Office of the CEO at SAP and ran product development at webMethods.He holds a BS from Northwestern, an MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and Masters in Translational Medicine from The University of California, San Francisco and Berkeley. He serves on the boards of Par Technologies (NYSE:PAR) and the Sikh Coalition.Links Supporting This Episode:LookDeep Health Website: CLICK HERENarinder Singh LinkedIn page: CLICK HERENarinder Singh Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
August 14, 2023

Workforce Optimization in Healthcare with Marty Ray

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we sit down with Marty Ray, Executive Director of Workforce Optimization at Providence, a national-leading health system spanning the West Coast. With hands-on experience across clinical, technology, and leadership roles, Marty brings creative problem-solving to address workforce challenges. While together, Marty gives us a behind-the-scenes look at Providence's strategic approach to empowering caregivers and adopting new technologies. Marty also unpacks the multifaceted nature of workforce optimization, from using AI to augment human workflows to listening intently to caregiver needs. Join us as Marty shares feedback directly from Providence's vast network of frontline clinicians and staff on emerging technologies and hear his passion for collaborating across the healthcare industry to reimagine our caregiver workforce during this national staffing crisis. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Listening deeply and asking questions is critical for understanding needs and finding common groundWorkforce optimization puts frontline caregivers at the center when evaluating workflows, pain points, and potential tech solutionsGetting raw feedback from clinical end users is crucial to ensure tech helps rather than hindersHealthcare has unique change challenges requiring building trust and overcoming automation stigma through collaborationTo address workforce shortages, increased collaboration across organizations is needed- healthcare must unite to solve shared problemsAbout our Guest: Martin Ray is an accomplished healthcare leader with practical experience in clinical, technology, and executive environments. He brings creative and collaborative leadership to every situation and environment, aiming to overcome the challenges facing healthcare by fostering opportunities that strengthen connections between culture, strategy, technology, and operational execution. With a diverse set of skills including Balanced Scorecard development and strategy execution, business intelligence data management, Lean Six Sigma project management, and technology product/services implementation, he is well-equipped to achieve his goals.Throughout his career, Martin has been a valuable member of successful business and clinical teams, where he has cultivated a positive workplace culture through inclusive communication and decision-making processes. He firmly believes in the power of diverse perspectives when crafting opportunities for interpersonal, professional, and organizational growth.Martin understands that leadership and culture are shaped by the process and communication of decision-making. He strives to maintain a balance between emotion and reason, ensuring that his decisions positively impact his team, customers, stakeholders, and the organization as a whole.Links Supporting This Episode:Providence Website: CLICK HEREMartin Ray LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREProvidence Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page:
August 7, 2023

Elevating Patient Engagement with Dave Bennett

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE—Episode Overview:During this episode, we sit down with Dave Bennett, President and CEO of pCare, a visionary company leading the charge in patient engagement through digital and mobile technologies. With a storied history dating back 75 years, pCare has evolved from a TV rental business to a cutting-edge patient experience platform integrated with healthcare systems. Dave shares the profound impact of culture on technology adoption and the invaluable lessons learned during the pandemic. Join us as Dave highlights the power of digital transformation in healthcare and how it can improve patient outcomes and experiences. Get ready to be inspired by Dave's dedication to making a difference in the healthcare industry through pCare’s work of elevating patient engagement. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:pCare's evolution from a TV rental business to a leading patient engagement company with a 75-year history.The vital role of culture in successful technology adoption for meaningful patient engagement.Opportunities and challenges in healthcare's digital transformation, accelerated by the pandemic.Heartwarming pandemic stories: pCare facilitating patient and family connections.Dave's passion for healthcare impact and the call for collaboration to drive innovation in patient engagement.  About our Guest: Dave Bennett's visionary approach to patient engagement, digital and mobile technologies, and IT integration ensure continuous innovation of the #1-KLAS ranked pCare platform and a company culture dedicated to delighting customers. Prior to joining pCare, Dave served in a variety of executive roles at ViiMed, GetWellNetwork and StayWell. Dave holds a CISM certificate from ISACA and is an active member of the Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS), The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), Information Systems Audit and Control Association (ISACA), and the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE)..Links Supporting This Episode:pCare website: CLICK HEREDave Bennett LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREpCare Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
July 31, 2023

Unlocking Healthcare Data to Transform Care with Josh Rubel

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we are joined by Josh Rubel, the Chief Commercial Officer at MDClone, a passionate industry expert leading a trailblazing health tech company on a mission to revolutionize healthcare data analytics. While together, Josh delves into the crucial role of striking a harmonious balance between clinical and business aspects when crafting innovative healthcare solutions. Discover how MDClone's cutting-edge ADAMS Platform empowers health systems, payers, and life science organizations to organize, access, and protect patient data, driving research, quality improvement, and innovation for better patient outcomes. Additionally, Josh shares his thoughts on emerging technologies like ChatGPT and generative AI, poised to shape the future of our industry. Join us for a thought-provoking discussion of how Josh and the MDClone team are unlocking healthcare data to transform care. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Importance of the clinical case and business case in healthcare innovationJosh's background and how he joined MDCloneMDClone's vision of improving healthcare via real-time learning of health systemsExamples of how MDClone has helped healthcare providersEmerging technologies in healthcare, such as chat GPT and generative AIThe importance of data in decision-making and the challenges around itLabor shortages in healthcare and how to make use of dataAbout our Guest: Josh Rubel leads MDClone's commercial team with a focus on building relationships with public and private health systems, life science, and health plan organizations through direct sales, partners, and channel alliances. Prior to joining MDClone, Josh spent 20 years in both established and new venture healthcare IT organizations including commercial leadership roles at GE Healthcare, Optum, and Enli Health Intelligence.Links Supporting This Episode:MDClone website: CLICK HEREJosh Rubel LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMDClone Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
July 24, 2023

Re-imagining Precision Health with Dr. Ravi Komatireddy

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: As a passionate and trailblazing digital health physician entrepreneur with a mission to disrupt the healthcare landscape, our next guest combines cutting-edge technologies and insights from diverse industries to empower individuals to live healthier, longer, and more productive lives.Dr. Ravi Komatireddy, Founder and CEO of Daytona Health, joins us to explore his company's groundbreaking approach of leveraging personalized coaching and behavior change techniques to drive positive health transformations. Join us to learn how Dr. Komatireddy's expertise in translational medicine and digital health startups has helped him build his fast-growing company, as well as the inspiring discussion we had about navigating healthcare data, harnessing the power of AI, and driving innovation in the pursuit of a better world. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Dr. Komatireddy shares his journey as a clinician, translational medicine, digital health, and previous startupsWhy Dr. Komatireddy launched Daytona HealthThe challenges of navigating the sea of data in healthcareThe importance of combining technology with human persuasion to turn data into actionable insightsThe potential of machine learning and AI in the coaching spaceAbout our Guest: Ravi Komatireddy, MD, MCTI is a digital health entrepreneur, former Chief Medical Officer, and Board-certified physician with a solid reputation of leveraging cutting-edge technologies and innovations to disrupt the healthcare landscape. He looks outside the field of healthcare to other industries to translate ideas, tools, and solutions into proactive, preventive approaches to medicine that foster health, wellness, performance, and longevity.Ravi creates value by:Delivering Accessible, Affordable Care – Ravi understands and addresses the problems of costly hospital-based care with digital innovations that provide access to people of every gender, race, age, and socioeconomic status. Translating Ideas into Real-World Solutions – Across a wide range of industries, Ravi connects with experts who have successfully ideated and released innovations in the real world. He reframes problems in healthcare and leverages solutions from other fields to move healthcare away from complex, narrow vision to new ways of thinking. Championing Improvements in Human Behavior – Ravi builds intelligent teams of experts and tech solutions that motivate behavior change, resulting in better health and enabling people to be their most productive, disease-free selves.In his current role as the Founder and CEO of Daytona Health, Ravi leads a network of experts to provide ultra-personalized coaching for behavior change and modification, resulting in improved health, longevity, and performance. Daytona Health leverages algorithms, advanced software, sensors, and human data to help its members achieve meaningful, measurable outcomes in metabolic disease, range of motion, energy levels, and stress management.Previously, Ravi co-founded and served as Chief Medical Officer for 2 digital health startups: Reflexion Health and Lumiata. He provided the product vision and clinical oversight to spinout a digital medicine, telehealth physical therapy solution – Reflexion Health – from the Scripps Research Institute and West Health Institute. This was one of the world’s first motion tracking-enabled home virtual physical therapy platforms that pioneered the use of consumer devices for FDA-cleared healthcare...
July 10, 2023

Building Healthcare’s Benefits Infrastructure with Jason Bornhorst

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE—Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Jason Bornhorst, the Co-Founder, and CEO of First Dollar, a groundbreaking company revolutionizing the healthcare benefits industry. While together, Jason shares his passion for making healthcare work seamlessly and the determination he and his team has to simplify consumer-focused healthcare payments using innovative technology. Additionally, Jason outlines the importance of identifying and understanding the pain points entrepreneurs should aim to solve, which led to Jason sharing the inspiring backstory of First Dollar's founding team and their unwavering determination to fundamentally transform the way benefits are bought and sold, creating a better solution for individuals in need of a health wallet. Join us as we explore how Jason and the First Dollar team are building healthcare’s benefits infrastructure. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Importance of falling in love with the pain that entrepreneurs want to solve before crafting a solutionBackstory of First Dollar's founding team and their mission to simplify consumer-focused healthcare paymentsFirst Dollar's approach to improving the healthcare benefits industry through technologyTrends toward preventative care in health plans' benefit offerings   About our Guest: Jason Bornhorst is the Co-Founder and CEO of First Dollar, a technology company that builds healthcare benefits infrastructure. Bornhorst is a successful repeat founder passionate about making healthcare work like it should. His previous company, care coordination platform PatientIO, was sold to athenahealth in 2016.Links Supporting This Episode:First Dollar website: CLICK HEREJason Bornhorst LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREJason Bornhorst Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
June 26, 2023

Personalizing Healthcare with Patty Hayward

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, I spend time with Patty Hayward, GM of healthcare and life sciences at Talkdesk, as she shares her expertise in personalized patient experiences and the pivotal role of technology in achieving them. While together, Patty outlines how Talkdesk's cloud-based contact center technology revolutionizes patient care by seamlessly connecting communication channels and enhancing interactions. Additionally, Patty sheds light on Talkdesk's collaboration with Memorial Health Care during the pandemic, showcasing their rapid scaling and innovation to deliver exceptional value to their end users. Join us for this important conversation as we explore the challenges faced by the healthcare industry, such as technology adoption and change fatigue, and how Patty and her team at Talkdesk are dedicated to personalizing healthcare. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Patty's career path and eventual leadership role at TalkdeskThe importance of personalized patient experiences and Talkdesk's cloud-based contact center technologyChallenges faced by the healthcare industry during the pandemic and the role of technology in adapting to virtual careTalkdesk's personalized product for healthcare, integrating with EMR and automating manual processesThe transformative potential of Generative AI in healthcare and the importance of smartly consuming technology About our Guest: Patty Hayward, GM of healthcare and life sciences at Talkdesk, has over a quarter century of industry strategy experience, including at organizations such as McKesson, Medicity, and Humedica. She is an expert in HIE, population health, pharmacy, process redesign for healthcare systems, and increasing access to patient information.Links Supporting This Episode:Talkdesk Website: CLICK HEREPatty Hayward LinkedIn page: CLICK HERETalkdesk Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
June 12, 2023

Transforming Laboratory Medicine with Joshua Soldo

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we spend time with Josh Soldo, the Chief Scientific Officer at Veravas, and a healthcare innovator dedicated to developing diagnostic tests that enhance patient survival rates and reduce preventable medical tragedies.  While together, Josh shares his personal and professional journey to entrepreneurship and why he is on a mission to revolutionize healthcare and improve patient care. We explore his deep industry expertise, the importance of networking, Veravas' exciting ventures, his company’s strategic business model pivot, and Josh's vision for the industry's future. Join us to learn from Josh how he and the Veravas team are saving lives by transforming laboratory medicine! Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Josh’s deep industry experience that prepared him to help lead VeravasWhy networking is important to help discover new career opportunitiesWhat Josh and the Veravas team are most excited aboutHow Veravas pivoted their business model to meet market needsWhere Josh sees the industry heading over the coming years  About our Guest: Josh Soldo is a healthcare innovator who has dedicated his career to developing diagnostic tests with the mission of giving patients a greater chance of survival and reducing the number of preventable medical tragedies. He has over 25 years of experience in diagnostic technology, product development, and commercialization in the life sciences industry, and he is a subject matter expert in solid phase chemistry, sample interference, and Vitamin D testing. He is a sought-after speaker and educator, and his research and patent portfolio include six granted US patents and over 50 international patents. His expertise in assay development and solid phase chemistry has been instrumental in his invention of Veravas' proprietary magnetic bead technology for sample interference elimination and biomarker enrichment. Josh has held numerous R&D and Scientific Affairs leadership roles over the past 20 years at Roche, Anteo Technologies, DiaSorin, and Beckman Coulter. He received the 2017 Roche Career Achievement Award for demonstrating continued commitment and achievement of excellence within Medical & Scientific Affairs, and the 2006 Beckman Coulter “Innovation in Technology” corporate award for his research to improve the quality and manufacturing scale of the Access immunoassays. At DiaSorin his teams developed and commercialized the market-leading LIAISON 25 OH Vitamin D Total Assay, and he was the principal inventor of the world's first fully automated, extraction-free immunoassay for the accurate detection of 1,25 Dihydroxyvitamin D. Josh’s vision for Veravas is to continue leveraging its innovative VeraBIND technology platform to develop better diagnostics tools and treatments, ultimately improving patient care. Josh’s leadership is playing a significant role in the company’s success and has enabled Veravas to provide tools supporting the development of assays with unparalleled accuracy and sensitivity.Links Supporting This Episode:Veravas Website: CLICK HEREJosh Soldo LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREVeravas Twitter page: CLICK...
June 5, 2023

Revolutionizing Healthcare Through Nutripharma-Powered Digital Wellness with Helene Rutledge

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we are joined by Helene Rutledge, President and Co-Founder of Mend, a revolutionary healing company that is transforming healthcare through Nutripharma-Powered Digital Wellness. While together, we discuss Helene’s extensive experience in the healthcare industry and her vision of leveraging personalized nutrition and digital support to make measurable impact on patient outcomes. Additionally, Helene takes us on the journey of Mend, from her background as a chemical engineer to the formation of the company. We also delve into Mend's offerings, including personalized regimens for different episodes of care and the incorporation of digital components for better surgical outcomes. Join us to discover how Helene and the Mend team are shaping the future of healthcare through personalized nutrition and digital support. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Personalization of healthcare and leveraging individual backgrounds and expertiseJourney and formation of Mend, starting from Helene's career as a chemical engineerThe merger between Upgraid and Mend and the unique approach to clinical nutritionThe digital component of Mend's offerings and personalized regimens for different episodes of careWhat the patient feedback on the prevention of emergencies has been like  About our Guest: Helene Rutledge brings a career of experience in the Healthcare industry to her current role as President and Co-Founder of mend Labs, the Healing Company that is revolutionizing healthcare through Nutripharma-Powered Digital Wellness. Known as an innovator and change agent, Helene has held senior leadership roles including Global Head of Open Innovation at GlaxoSmithKline, Chief Innovation Officer at New Avon, VP of R&D at Nature’s Bounty (now the Bountiful Company), and Head of Global Clinical Supplies at Pfizer. In addition, Helene has served on the Board of Personal Care Products Council (PCPC) and is an award-winning product developer and subject matter expert on Innovation. Helene earned an Executive MBA from NYU Stern School of Business and a Bachelor of Engineering in Chemical Engineering with a minor in Chemistry from Manhattan College, where she has returned as an adjunct professor and to coach teams of entrepreneurs. She is a native New Yorker and amateur triathlete and relies on mend™ products for her performance and recovery.Links Supporting This Episode:MEND Website: CLICK HEREHelene Rutledge LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMEND Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
May 22, 2023

Transforming Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment with Artificial Intelligence with Dr. David Klimstra

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Dr. David Klimstra, Founder and Chief Medical Officer at Paige, joins us to discuss how his company is driving a new era of diagnostics and precision treatment to improve the lives of cancer patients. While together, Dr. Klimstra shares how Paige has created decision-support diagnostic tools and a cloud-based platform for pathologists, enabling them to review digital slides and perform AI tasks on tissue samples. Additionally, Dr. Klimstra emphasizes the importance of prioritizing patient care in developing and using AI technologies and advises healthcare transformers to be patient and persistent in their pursuit of transforming healthcare. Join us for this timely and important conversation and to learn how Dr. Klimstra and the Paige team are transforming cancer diagnosis and treatment with artificial intelligence. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:How Paige uses AI assistance in cancer diagnosis and treatmentHow Paige creates decisions that support diagnostic tools and a platform for pathologistsDigital biomarkers for the prediction of mutations, survival, and recurrence/response to treatmentHow Paige received Breakthrough Status from FDA for prostate biopsy modelImportance of patient care in the development and use of AI technologiesAdvice for healthcare transformers to be patient and persistent  About our Guest: David Klimstra, M.D. is Founder and Chief Medical Officer at Paige, the first company to receive FDA approval for an AI product in digital pathology, Paige Prostate. He also serves as Medical Consultant at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at Weill Medical College of Cornell University. An internationally recognized expert on the pathology of tumors of the digestive system, pancreas, liver, and neuroendocrine system, he has published over 425 primary articles and his research focuses on the correlation of morphological and immunohistochemical features of tumors of the gastrointestinal tract, liver, biliary tree, and (most notably) pancreas with their clinical and molecular characteristics. Dr. Klimstra received his M.D. and completed a residency in anatomic pathology at Yale University, and he completed fellowship training in oncologic surgical pathology at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center. Links Supporting This Episode:Paige website: CLICK HEREPaige LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREPaige Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK...
May 8, 2023

Optimizing Movement Intelligence with Dr. Phil Wagner

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we are joined by Dr. Phil Wagner, CEO, and Founder of Sparta Science, a Movement Health Intelligence company dedicated to helping the world move better. While together, Dr. Wagner shares his journey in the health technology industry, the early beginnings of Sparta Science, and how his company is combining modern data science, clinical expertise, and epidemiological principles to fuel organization-wide movement health decisions. He also addresses common misconceptions about movement health intelligence and highlights the benefits of Sparta Science's technology for healthcare providers and patients.Additionally, Dr. Wagner emphasizes the importance of resilience, conviction, and flexibility in pursuing innovation in the healthcare industry.Join us for this exciting conversation as Dr. Wagner discusses how the Sparta Science team optimizes movement intelligence. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Dr. Phil Wagner's journey in the health technology industryThe early beginnings of Sparta ScienceImportance of resilience in pursuing innovation in the healthcare industryInsights into the innovative solutions provided by Sparta ScienceAddressing common misconceptions about movement health intelligenceBenefits of Sparta Science's technology for healthcare providers and patientsThe positive impact of Sparta Science's movement health intelligence platform on compliance and patient outcomes  About our Guest: Dr. Phil Wagner is founder-CEO of Sparta Science, a physician and a strength coach whose own athletic career as a football and rugby player was cut short by a series of avoidable injuries. Dr. Wagner’s commitment to data-driven coaching and athlete development began as a strength coach for U.C. Berkeley and UCLA and as a professional rugby coach in New Zealand and Australia.Frustrated by the lack of evidence-based approaches in performance and injury prevention, Phil received his medical degree from USC focused on biomechanics. Phil’s passion for improving movement health and longevity through movement coupled with his medically-oriented human performance mindset inspired him to found Sparta Science, a human movement technology and data science company dedicated to helping the world move better.Links Supporting This Episode:Sparta Science Website: CLICK HEREDr. Phil Wagner LinkedIn page: CLICK HERESparta Science Twitter page: CLICK HERE Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
May 1, 2023

Accelerating Medical and Surgical Mastery with Dr. Ruchi Thanawala

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Ruchi Thanawala, Thoracic Surgeon and co-founder of FireFly Lab. While together, Dr. Thanawala shares her journey of becoming an entrepreneur after pursuing a career in surgery, and how FireFly Lab's Innovative Medical Acceleration Learning platform is helping doctors, residents, and surgeons master their surgical procedures through timely, actionable, individualized feedback and learning curves. We also address the advances of AI to power educational platforms and the way surgeons are trained, the game-changing impact of edtech platforms for future surgeons as well as advice for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to make a difference in the healthcare industry. Join us as Dr. Thanawala shares how she and the FireFly lab team are accelerating medical and surgical mastery. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Dr. Thanawala’s journey of becoming an entrepreneur after her pursuit of being a surgeonWhy Dr. Thanawala started FireFly LabHow accelerated learning platforms make a difference in surgeon residents' education processWhat areas of education FireFly Lab is focused on todayDr. Thanawala’s advice for other aspiring entrepreneurs  About our Guest: Dr. Ruchi Thanawala, Thoracic Surgeon and co-founder of FireFly Lab, Dr. Thanawala was recruited to Oregon Health and Science University in late 2020. She joined the thoracic surgery faculty as an assistant professor, after completing her cardiothoracic surgery fellowship at the University of Iowa and her general surgery residency at the University of Massachusetts Medical School-Baystate Medical center. She also completed a Master of Science in Health Informatics from Northwestern University and a Surgical Education Research Fellowship from the Association of Surgical Education, becoming one of a very small number of thoracic surgeons informaticians with education research training in the U.S.Links Supporting This Episode:Firefly Lab website: CLICK HEREDr. Ruchi Thanawala LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREFirefly LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
April 24, 2023

Virtual Health and Well-Being for Students with Dr. Bob Booth

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Dr. Bob Booth, Chief Care Officer at TimelyCare joins us to discuss the importance of addressing mental health issues in college students and how their virtual care platform works with universities to provide care. While together, Dr. Booth shares his journey of joining TimelyCare, as well as the company's mission to improve the well-being of college students by making virtual medical and mental health care accessible anytime, anywhere. Additionally, Dr. Booth emphasizes the need for a population health approach and empowering students to take ownership of their own wellness. We also explore the future of the learning environment and mental health, as well as the importance of mental and behavioral health in our communities across the nation. Join us for an insightful conversation at the intersection of healthcare and higher education. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:The importance of doing hard things and embracing failure in healthcare innovationDr. Booth's journey to joining TimelyCareTimely MD's mission to provide virtual health and wellbeing solutions for higher education studentsThe importance of addressing mental health issues in college studentsHow TimelyMD works with universities to provide mental and behavioral health care through their platformThe future of higher education and mental healthThe importance of mental and behavioral health in communitiesAbout our Guest: Dr. Bob Booth brings extensive expertise in clinical administration and a unique combination of medical, mental health and higher education experiences that make him perfectly suited to lead the dynamic and innovative care team at TimelyCare.Most recently, Bob served as Regional Chief Medical Officer, VP of Physician Services at NorthStar Anesthesia, where he provided clinical and operational leadership across 43 hospital contracts from Texas to Montana. In this role, he led enterprise-wide strategy around developing and guiding clinical leaders to foster wellness in healthcare workers. He also played an integral role in shaping NorthStar’s approach to leadership development by addressing burnout, promoting well-being and building resiliency among providers.Prior to attending medical school at Texas Tech and completing his residency in Anesthesiology at Baylor Scott and White in Temple, Texas, he worked in student affairs. After earning his B.S. at Abilene Christian University, he worked as the Director of Living and Learning Communities for four years at ACU while pursuing his master’s degree in Counseling Psychology.Between his residence life and housing experience and completing practicum hours at the university’s on-campus counseling center, Bob has a deep and first-hand understanding of what college students are going through – from the continuum of homesickness to suicidal ideation.Bob’s heart for helping college and university students flourish physically, mentally, and spiritually aligns perfectly with TimelyMD’s vision to help students be well and thrive in all aspects of their lives.Links Supporting This Episode:TimelyMD website: CLICK HEREDr. Bob Booth LinkedIn page: CLICK HERETimelyMD Twitter page:
April 17, 2023

Transforming Post-Acute Care Collaboration for Patients and Providers with Melissa Kozak

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we're joined by Melissa Kozak, co-founder of Citus Health, a digital health transformation leader that enables real-time, secure collaboration between patients, care teams, care partners, physicians, and family members to optimize the patient experience and positively impact the financial outcome of the care provider. While together, Melissa shares her personal experiences as a post-acute nurse and the communication and care coordination challenges she faced while connecting frontline clinical teams with patients and partners in home-based care. Melissa also provides valuable advice for aspiring entrepreneurs looking to start a company in the home-based care space. Join us to learn about Citus Health's mission, the impact of the pandemic on the shift of care to the home setting, and the need for collaborative efforts to solve the clinical shortage problem. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Melissa’s experience as a post-acute nurseCommunication and care coordination challenges faced by frontline clinical teams with patientsMelissa's advice for aspiring entrepreneurs in the post-acute spaceWhy Melissa is so passionate about Citus Health's missionThe pandemic's impact on the shift of care in the home settingMelissa’s concern about the clinical shortage in nursingThe need for collaborative efforts within the community to solve the clinical shortage problemAbout our Guest: As a post-acute nurse, Melissa saw first-hand the communication and care coordination challenges connecting front line clinical teams with patients, field staff and partners in home-based care. She also recognized that providers were relying on manual processes to communicate and deliver care, causing inefficiencies and decreasing quality of care. Melissa teamed up with a leading healthcare technologist and founded CitusHealth in 2016 to tackle these challenges head on by providing real-time, secure solutions that ensure a high level of care team coordination and family engagement.Links Supporting This Episode:Citus Health website: CLICK HEREMelissa Kozak LinkedIn page: CLICK HERECitus Health Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
April 3, 2023

Creating a less Stressful Environment for Patients and Providers with David Garner

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, I’m excited to welcome David Garner, the Chief Operating Officer of CalmWave, the world's first AI-Based platform that empowers providers with the insights they need to deliver more data-driven, more efficient, and quieter care.While together, David shares his journey of co-founding CalmWave and the future of healthcare innovation. Additionally, David outlines how CalmWave plans to expand across the healthcare paradigm and the potential for his company to work beyond the healthcare industry.Join us to learn how David and the CalmWave team create a sustainable and less stressful environment for patients and healthcare providers. Let's go!Episode Highlights:How the application of artificial intelligence and advanced analytics enables healthcare practitioners to give more data-driven, effective, and quieter treatment.The significance of having a strong sense of passion for what you do, especially in healthcare innovation.David’s journey that led to co-founding CalmWaveThe inspiration behind CalmWaveHow Alarm Fatigue affects both healthcare workers and patients.How CalmWave transforms operations through data science and AI.The potential for Calm Wave's data science and AI-focused solutions to be applied to various industries beyond healthcare, such as supply chain, IT, and travel.About our Guest: An engineer & designer by training, David is a talented Sales, Marketing, & Business leader with broad, yet extensive, experience in Healthcare and Medical Devices.  He’s held leadership roles across R&D, Product Management, Marketing, Digital, Design, Customer Success, Strategy,  E-commerce, Sales, and Services.   He's an expert on assessing markets and identifying growth opportunities.   His passion for leading new initiatives and changing the healthcare landscape motivates him to take on the most challenging issues of today and the future.He's raised $250M+ for a mid/late stage startup, built full commercial teams, and implemented comprehensive go to market plans.  He's built, led, & grown businesses from $0 to $100M+, and has 'growth hacked' to accelerate and win where others have not.     He has built best-in-class, high performing teams at every company he’s worked, and it's fundamental to his success.   He has both big company and small startup experience, with 2 of his last 3 startups reaching successful exits.He’s currently Chief Operations Officer at CalmWave, Inc., where he leads a number of operational and commercial activities.   Before joining, David was on a journey to start and build a company from the ground up, zero-to-one, while continuing his mission of leveraging technology to positively impact the world.   That led him to the Paul Allen Institute for AI’s (AI2) Incubator, whose focus is to launch companies that leverage AI for the common good.  While planning to take on a role as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence, he met Ophir Ronen, a serial entrepreneur, IT expert, and CEO/founder of CalmWave, who was looking to leverage his prior work in  enterprise IT/data science towards healthcare, with the goal to improve patient outcomes, enhance operations, and reduce burnout.  David was blown away by the problem space, and what Ophir was working on.  It was a great fit, and aligned with David’s impact-focused interests in healthcare.   Since inception in spring of 2022, CalmWave has raised $4M in seed funding, and is only gaining...
March 27, 2023

Bringing Care Orchestration to Clinicians’ Fingertips with Dr. Subha Airan-Javia

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we are excited to welcome Dr. Subha Airan-Javia, CEO of CareAlign, a HIPAA-compliant care orchestration platform that empowers clinical teams to collaborate effectively while reducing the risk of communication-related medical errors. Dr. Airan-Javia is a seasoned clinician and informaticist with over 15 years of experience bridging the gap between frontline clinicians and technology teams designing care delivery.While together, Dr. Airan-Javia shares her passion for healthcare innovation and why she co-founded CareAlign to address the inefficiencies and errors in medicine caused by communication breakdowns among clinicians. She also discusses how CareAlign is leveraging artificial intelligence and machine learning to help clinicians make more informed decisions and ultimately improve patient outcomes.Join us to learn how Dr. Airan-Javia and the CareAlign team are bringing care orchestration to clinicians' fingertips. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Dr. Airan-Javia's advice on reimagining the health of our worldHow and why CareAlign was formedThe inefficiencies and errors in medicine, and the need for effective communication in healthcareCareAlign's mission to make it easier for clinicians to do the right thing for patients and save timeCareAlign's three main features The importance of building on the foundation of EHRsAbout Our Guest: Dr. Subha Airan-Javia has been practicing medicine and clinical informatics as a hospitalist at Penn Medicine since graduating from residency there in 2007. She has spent the last 15 years focused on bridging the gap between front line clinicians, and the teams building and designing the technology used to deliver care. Formerly the Associate Chief Medical Information Officer for Penn Medicine, Dr. Airan-Javia’s research focus has been on designing and implementing communication platforms to improve team coordination – from handoffs, to discharge to documentation.  She also redesigned and implemented a handoff simulation education program for trainees at Penn Medicine as well as a curriculum in using technology effectively in clinical environments.  Dr. Airan-Javia now serves as CEO of CareAlign, a Penn Medicine spin out dedicated to improving clinician workflows, and ensuring technology is designed to improve the quality of and experience delivering care. Links Supporting This Episode:CareAlign website: CLICK HEREDr. Subha Airan-Javia LinkedIn page: CLICK HERECareAlign Twitter page: CLICK HEREClubhouse handle: @mikebiselliMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
March 13, 2023

Adding Precision to Healthcare Data with Sean O’Malley

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Sean O'Malley, CTO of Monocle Insights, joins us to discuss how his company is providing precise, simple, and actionable healthcare data to address the industry's toughest problems. With a background in behavioral economics and machine learning, Sean brings a unique perspective to healthcare innovation and shares with us his passion for injecting insight into an industry drowning in noise.While together, Sean stressed the importance of building skills and maintaining curiosity to make a meaningful impact. Sean also outlined the challenges of selling healthcare products and how Monocle Insights has pivoted to meet its clients' needs. By operating outside of a traditional healthcare system, Sean’s company has been able to find solutions to complex problems for the industry.. Join us to learn more about the exciting innovations Sean and his team are building at Monocle Insights. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Importance of building up one's skill set and nurturing a sense of humble curiosity in healthcare innovationSean's journey from being academically capable to understanding the additional dynamic of solving problems in a language that people speakThe complexity of the healthcare industry and the changing culture within itWhy Sean and his team launched Monocle Insights and their aha momentsThe behavioral economic aspect of selling healthcare products in the marketplaceChallenges in creating unlocks for some health tech companies due to analysis paralysis and nebulous understanding of ROIMonocle Insights' pivot to offer clients the ability to quantify the ROI of their product and understand opportunities in the market.About our Guest: Sean O’Malley has spent his career in the practical application of behavioral economics, machine learning, and social network science aimed at the optimization of markets, improvement of complex systems, and betterment of the individuals therein. After building his technical chops in digital advertising, a stint working in developing world public health sparked a love affair with healthcare that continues until today.Links Supporting This Episode:Monocle Insights website: CLICK HERESean O’Malley LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMonocle Insights LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
March 6, 2023

Advancing the Future of Clinical Trials with Jane Myles

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: Being deeply committed to transforming the way we approach clinical trials with the goal of bringing medical innovations to patients faster and more efficiently, our next guest has been a driving force in improving trial design and execution for over 25 years.Jane Myles, Vice President of Clinical Trial Innovation at Curebase, joins us to share the importance of collaborative problem-solving and openness to new opportunities that is at the heart of her personal success and what helped lead her to Curebase. She also discusses the integration of healthcare and clinical trials, and the potential benefits of data aggregation at scale, leading to more accurate results and avoiding unnecessary tests for patients.Join us as we explore Curebase's exciting journey toward better patient care, and learn how you can contribute to advancing the future of clinical trials. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Jane’s journey to Curebase and the power of saying "yes"The DTRA initiative and the playbook for decentralized clinical trials at CurebaseCurebase's flexible solution for clinical trial data capture, patient engagement, and insightsThe tension between drug development organizations and regulatory requirements for population data in drug developmentThe new omnibus legislation driving Curebase's missionThe future of clinical trials and the importance of blending healthcare and clinical trialsData aggregation at scale and making hidden signals more visible About our Guest: Jane has focused on improving clinical trials and patient experience for more than 25 years. Her passion is driving innovation into the trial design and execution to get medicines to patients faster. Currently, she is the V.P. of Clinical Trial Innovation at Curebase, a DCT technology & services provider. She’s also an initiative co-lead and a member of the DTRA leadership committee. She worked at Roche / Genentech for 17 years in many roles, including operational program manager for hematology, ultimately working on driving patient-facing technology into global trials. In prior lives, she held various roles in DCT optimization at LabCorp, and ranglobal trials at Lilly and Sanofi.Links Supporting This Episode:Curebase website: CLICK HEREJane Myles LinkedIn page: CLICK HERECurebase Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
February 27, 2023

Scaling Value-Based Care Programs with Lynn Carroll

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE—Episode Overview: During this episode, we are joined by Lynn Carroll, the Chief Operating Officer at HSBlox, a national-leading company empowering healthcare organizations with the tools and support to deliver value-based care successfully and sustainably.While together, Lynn shares insights on how to scale value-based care programs, emphasizing an incremental approach using modular building blocks of technology. He also highlights the importance of tailored solutions that meet providers' specific needs rather than large-scale implementations that may not fit their requirements.Join us as Lynn discusses his experiences in the healthcare industry and the innovative work being done at HSBlox to drive value-based care forward! Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Lynne's experience in starting and building companies, and the launch of HSBlox  Importance of starting with the customer in healthcare solution designThe modular approach of HSBloxThe need for innovation to improve outcomes and reduce costsThe importance of aligning benefit design with value-based care goalsThe role of employers in driving value-based programs  About our Guest: Lynn Carroll, COO and head of strategy at HSBlox for almost six years, is a high-energy business professional who launched a successful healthcare payments platform business in the infancy of HIPAA compliance and helped lead its growth through the ACA and beyond.  An expert in value-based contracts, bundled payments, P4P and global reimbursement, alternative payment models, episodes of care and contract administration, Carroll possesses an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare insurance and integrated payments ecosystems.  Among his successful launches: enterprise solutions for premium invoicing and collection, digital payments, patient financial engagement, prospective bundled payments, and value-based contract administration.Links Supporting This Episode:HSBlox website: CLICK HERELynn Carroll LinkedIn page: CLICK HERELynn Carroll Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
February 20, 2023

Helping Clinicians and Cancer Patients Make Better-Informed Decisions with Kathy Ford

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, we welcome a national healthcare leader who is passionate about delivering innovative and market-leading solutions that improve the health and wellness of the global population.Kathy Ford, Chief Product and Strategy Officer at Project Ronin, joins us to discuss how her company is revolutionizing the delivery of cancer care through its cutting-edge clinical intelligence software. While together, Kathy also shares how she became a part of this game-changing company and what is on the horizon for Project Ronin. Join us as we explore how Kathy and her team are simplifying the complex process of delivering individualized care and providing oncologists with the insights they need to make informed decisions and produce better outcomes for patients. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:The brokenness in our healthcare systemHow Kathy became part of Project RoninProject Ronin’s solution for better patient flow What is coming on the horizon for Project RonanAbout our Guest: Kathy Ford is a veteran healthcare executive who is passionate about delivering game-changing solutions to the healthcare global market. With over 25 years of experience driving strategic business development and solution commercialization in the Global Healthcare IT and Medical Device sectors, Ford has a long history delivering innovative technology at leading health IT companies such as Project Ronin, Rhinogram, GE Healthcare, Siemens Medical, McKesson and NantHealth. She is responsible for the ideation, development and commercialization of Ronin, a provider of cutting-edge clinical intelligence software and AI services that helps clinicians understand the context between data points for patients undergoing oncology treatment.Links Supporting This Episode:Project Ronin website: CLICK HEREKathy Ford LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREProject Ronin LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
February 13, 2023

Starting Patients on the Right Path to Improved Mental Health with Dr. Thomas Young

Episode Sponsor:This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, I am honored and excited to welcome Dr. Tom Young, a board-certified family physician, a national mental health expert, and the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Proem Behavioral Health. While together, Dr. Young shares how his company uses a fresh and innovative approach to deliver mental healthcare through an evidence-based behavioral health workflow engine that simplifies the complex process of delivering mental healthcare and helps providers and researchers get the data they need to make more informed clinical decisions and produce better outcomes for patients suffering from mental illness. Join us as we discuss how Dr. Young and the Proem Behavioral Health team are starting patients on the right path to improved mental health. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:How Dr. Young started his career in the mental healthcare fieldThe ah-ha moments for creating Proem Behavioral HealthWhat biometric markers in behavioral health mean in 2023 and beyondThe effect of the pandemic on mental health and how Proem has helped others during these difficult timesAbout our Guest: Thomas R. Young, MD is a board-certified family physician with more than 35 years of medical experience. He is also a recognized thought leader on ways to better identify and manage mental health disorders, especially among adolescents and teens.Dr. Young currently serves as the Medical Director for Port of Hope in Nampa, ID, where he provides psychiatric services for clients with substance use disorders and co-occurring mental healthdisorders. Dr. Young is also the Founder and Chief Medical Officer of Proem Behavioral Health, a behavioral health technology company providing tools for physicians and researchers to help diagnose psychiatric disorders accurately and efficiently.Previously Dr. Young served for six years as the Medical Director of Idaho Medicaid and has remained active in the formation of medical and mental health policy for the state of Idaho. Dr. Young was also Chief Clinical / Medical Officer of Idaho Medicare QIO Qualis Health.Dr. Young also served as President of Behavioral Imaging Solutions, a technology firm recognized for its application of video imaging for the treatment of children with autism. Most recently, he served as Chief Operating Officer at US Preventive Medicine, a health technology leader in Population Health Management.He is also a successful entrepreneur. His business ventures include Diversified Franchises, LLC which owns a chain of specialty restaurants, a home health business, and Elite Sports Society, a successful sports marketing business where he serves as the business development officer.Links Supporting This Episode:Proem Behavioral Health website: CLICK HEREDr. Thomas Young LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website:
January 30, 2023

Implementing Asynchronous Video Technology with Meghan Nechrebecki

Episode Sponsor:---This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: As someone who has seen firsthand the struggles patients face in navigating care, and the burnout clinicians and staff experience due to unstandardized 1:1 conversations, our next guest knew something had to change. Meghan Nechrebecki, CEO of Health Care Transformation, joins us to discuss her passion for finding solutions to systemic healthcare challenges, and how her team at HCT is revolutionizing the way care is delivered through innovative digital video technology. Join us to learn how Meghan and the HCT team are not only making healthcare more effective and efficient for patients but also reducing burnout and improving the overall experience for clinicians and staff by implementing asynchronous video technology. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:How did HCT startThe responses Meghan first received about HCTThe gaps in ensuring a value-based careWho is HCT, and the benefits it brings to clinicians and patientsThe financial ROI of async video technologyMeghan’s vision for the industry and where HCT is headingAbout our Guest: Meghan Nechrebecki, MSPH, is the founder and CEO of Health Care Transformation. She is a leading healthcare administration expert who has been solving complex systemic healthcare challenges at top institutions for over a decade, including UCLA Health, Privia Health, The Advisory Board Company, and CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield. Her expertise lies in healthcare systems improvement, healthcare analytics, value-based care, population health, and digital marketing. She earned her MSPH from Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health where she was a Delta Omega Alpha scholar and she earned her B.S. from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in Biochemistry and Spanish where she was a Hilldale Scholar. Check out Meghan's Ted Talk “Shaping the Future of Health Care”. She has been a top speaker at conferences including ViVE, HIMSS, and the Healthcare Facilities Symposium. She has been featured on many shows, podcasts, and written publications including Good Morning LaLa Land, Business Rockstars, Thrive Global, Authority Magazine, Medical Economics, and more. Health Care Transformation is her first company.Links Supporting This Episode:Health Care Transformation website: CLICK HEREMeghan Nechrebecki, MSPH LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMeghan Nechrebecki, MSPH Twitter page: CLICK HERELink mentioned during the interview: https://hctdigitalcare.com/nurse-repetition/Mike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
January 23, 2023

Orchestrating Patient Care with Greg Miller

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: From not planning a career in healthcare to having over 35 years of amazing experience in digital health technology, our next guest is more passionate than ever about moving our industry forward by lowering the cost of care and improving the patient experience. Greg Miller, Chief Growth Officer at Lumeon, joins us to discuss how his company is providing a cloud-based care orchestration platform that automates the tasks, workflow, activities, and events that occur during the process of coordinating care.Join us to learn how Greg and the Lumeon team are orchestrating patient care that allows healthcare staff to deliver more efficient and meaningful patient experiences. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:How Greg entered the healthcare industryWhy Lumeon was createdWhat automation means to the healthcare industry and the patients it servesTop issues the healthcare industry struggles withLumeon’s impact on the healthcare systemGreg’s vision for the industry and Lumeon  About our Guest: Greg is the Chief Growth Officer for Lumeon, leading Lumeon’s go-to-market strategy in North America. With more than 35 years of experience in the Digital Health industry, Greg brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to Lumeon and its customers. He has held executive leadership roles in sales, marketing, corporate operations, and strategy in leading Digital Health companies such as TSI, Picis, IBM, Medicity, Aetna, Health Catalyst, and Talkdesk. Greg has made it his mission to transform healthcare, with a focus on lowering the costs of care, enhancing quality and improving the patient and member experience. Greg is certified in healthcare quality and process improvement from the Healthcare Delivery Institute’s Advanced Training Program at Intermountain Healthcare.Links Supporting This Episode:Lumeon website: CLICK HEREGreg Miller LinkedIn page: CLICK HERELumeon Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
January 16, 2023

Providing Fertility Insights with Dr. Amy Beckley

Episode Sponsor:This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: After battling infertility and recurrent miscarriages, seven in total, our next guest applied her scientific expertise to uncover problems with ovulation quality, which led her to launch her high-growth startup that is providing fertility insights to families across the country. Dr. Amy Beckley, Founder and CEO of Proov, joins us to discuss her founding journey of building her startup, the positive impacts the technology has on others trying to conceive, and where she envisions Proov to be over the next few years. Join us for this powerful conversation with Dr. Beckley, a mompreneur who doesn't take no for an answer as she and the Proov team empower women at every stage of life to track their hormones quickly and easily at home. Let's go! Episode Highlights:Why Dr. Beckly created Proov after her battle with infertility and recurrent miscarriagesHow IVF is not the last resort to getting pregnantHow Proov gained FDA clearanceThe response from families using ProovDr. Beckley’s vision for Proov over the coming years  About our Guest: Amy Beckley, PhD, is the founder of Proov and the inventor of the first and only FDA-cleared test to confirm ovulation at home. When Amy and her husband tried to get pregnant, they suffered through several years of infertility, including seven miscarriages and two rounds of IVF – the second of which resulted in her son. When Amy decided she wanted another child (without another round of IVF), she used her background in hormone signaling to uncover a problem with ovulation which caused a progesterone deficiency (also called a luteal phase defect). With the help of an inexpensive progesterone supplement, Amy and her husband were blessed with their daughter. Amy invented the original PdG test in her basement to help women identify problems with ovulation at home, and started selling them in plastic bags on Amazon with a $50 logo off Upwork.Links Supporting This Episode:Proov website: CLICK HEREDr. Amy Beckley LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREProov Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
January 9, 2023

Smart Care Routing with Adeel Malik

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Adeel Malik, Chief Executive Officer of Clearstep, joins us to discuss his passion and mission to revolutionize how patients can find and access the right care while enabling healthcare organizations to leverage advanced digital technologies.While together, Adeel outlines how he and his team have built an AI "Smart Care Routing" engine used by health systems and payers to make it easy for patient-consumers to know their best next step for care. Additionally, Adeel shares his exciting vision for the healthcare industry and where Clearstep is heading. Join us to learn how Adeel and Clearstep are building industry-leading smart care routing technology to enhance patient experiences and outcomes. Let's go! Episode Highlights:Why Adeel founded ClearstepAdeel’s passion for patients accessing careClearstep’s value prop for health systemsAdeel’s vision for how to better serve patients   About our Guest: Adeel co-founded Clearstep out of a desire to revolutionize the way patients can find and access the right care while enabling healthcare organizations to better leverage advanced digital technologies. In his role, he coordinates with Clearstep customers, product teams, healthcare industry experts, investors, and others to ensure Clearstep remains at the forefront of driving innovation in smart care routing.Under Adeel’s leadership, Clearstep has partnered with some of the leading healthcare institutions in the world. He was featured in Built In Chicago's 50 Startups to Watch in 2020 and was one of the inaugural members of the UnitedHealthcare accelerator. Adeel was also named one of Chicago's 20 in their 20's by Crain's Chicago Business in 2020.Before co-founding Clearstep in 2018, Adeel was a strategy and analytics consultant at Accenture where he worked with some of the largest institutions in healthcare across pharma, health tech, health systems, and retail. Before joining Accenture, he also spent three years as a neuro-immunology researcher at the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine.Links Supporting This Episode:Clearstep website: CLICK HEREAdeel Malik LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREClearstep Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
December 19, 2022

Treating Neuropsychiatric Disorders with Kelly Roman

Episode Sponsor:This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Kelly Roman, CEO of Fisher Wallace Labs, a pioneering company in wearable prescription technology, joins us to discuss how his team is building industry-leading innovations that treat the brain electrically to reduce the symptoms of depression, anxiety, and insomnia. Additionally, Kelly shares how Fisher Wallace came to be, why he is so passionate about liberating people from depression, and his vision for wearable technology as the next frontier for mental health treatment. Join us to learn how Kelly and the Fisher Wallace team help treat neuropsychiatric disorders with novel wearable technology. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:How Fisher Wallace came to be after a pivotal meeting with his co-founderReducing the cost of mental health treatment with Fisher Wallace’s technologyConsumer feedback on Fisher Wallace’s technologyWhy wearable devices are the next frontier for mental health treatmentAbout Our Guest: Kelly Roman is the Co-Founder & CEO of Fisher Wallace Labs. He has helped pioneer the prescription wearable category for more than a decade, with a proven track record in product development, regulatory affairs, and clinical trial strategy. Before co-founding Fisher Wallace, Kelly graduated from Harvard and served as an award-winning executive in the digital advertising and SaaS industries.Links Supporting This Episode:Fisher Wallace website: CLICK HEREKelly Roman LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREKelly Roman Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
December 12, 2022

Supporting Augmented Care with Virtual Teams with Lisbeth Votruba

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Lisbeth Votruba, Chief Clinical Officer of AvaSure, a pioneering company and market leader in virtual patient monitoring, joins us to discuss her vision to revolutionize inpatient care delivery through virtual telehealth technology.Additionally, Lisbeth shares how AvaSure has helped health systems across the nation to create safer environments for patients, families, and caregivers with their advanced patient observation and communication platform. Join us to learn how Lisbeth and the AvaSure family support augmented care with virtual teams. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Important advice from Lisbeth about the role of technology and reimagining healthcareLisbeth’s journey to working for AvaSureWho is AvaSure and what they provide in the healthcare industryHow AvaSure helps in the demand of nurses during COVID-19Response from patients, clinician, and administrator on the company’s technologyLisbeth Votruba’s vision for the healthcare industry and AvaSure  About our Guest: Lisbeth Votruba, MSN, RN, is the chief clinical officer of AvaSure. She has a vision to revolutionize inpatient care delivery through virtual technology. She is a pioneering nurse executive committed to continuous improvement of healthcare and the diffusion of new technologies to drive patient and staff safety. Votruba is dedicated to advancing dialogue at the state and national policy level as well as influencing how industry and nurse leaders collaborate to develop and implement technology in rapidly evolving and highly regulated healthcare environments. She is recognized for providing compassionate leadership; promoting the nursing profession; and safeguarding the dignity and quality of care for patients, families, and healthcare professionals. She published one of the first research articles on video monitoring for patient safety in 2016. Alongside her colleagues, Dr. Pat Quigley and Jill Kaminski, she has co-authored four more research articles on the ways virtual care can reduce falls, mitigate workplace violence and support nurses during a pandemic.Votruba volunteers her time in support of nurses and women struggling with substance use disorder. She has served Michigan’s nurses as the Michigan Board of Nurses appointee to the Health Providers Recovery Committee, the state’s healthcare provider monitoring program. She currently serves as the president of the board of Our Hope, a residential treatment program for women. In doing so she strives to contribute to the de-stigmatization of mental health issues. As a third-generation nurse, she is a long-time advocate for the well-being of caregivers and is passionate about providing quality care for patients.Links Supporting This Episode:AvaSure website: CLICK HERELisbeth Votruba LinkedIn page: CLICK HERELisbeth Votruba Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website:
December 5, 2022

Powering Healthcare with Connected Medical Devices with Dr. Waqaas Al-Siddiq

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Dr. Waqaas Al-Siddiq, Founder and CEO of Biotricity, a business recognized as one of the Top 50 Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company, joins us to discuss the why and the how of building his medical diagnostic and consumer healthcare technology startup.  Additionally, Dr. Al-Siddiq shares the positive impact his team is having as they continue to bring their biometric remote monitoring solutions to market. Join us to learn how Dr. Al-Siddiq and the Biotricity team are powering healthcare with connected medical devices and real-time communication. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Why and how Dr. Al-Siddiq started BiotricityTwo critical pieces of advice from Dr. Al-Siddiq that can help innovate healthcarePatient feedback about Biotricity’s technologyDr. Al-Siddiq’s’ vision for the healthcare industry and Biotricity  About our Guest: Waqaas Al-Siddiq, CEO and founder of Biotricity, is a serial entrepreneur, a former investment advisor, an expert in corporate strategy, and an innovative technologist. Academically, he has been distinguished for his various innovative designs in digital, analog, embedded, and micro-electro-mechanical products. Waqaas has held several high-level design positions at IBM, AMD, and Intel. He also has vast experience leading various groups through his board experience and executive roles within start-ups, mid-sized companies, and non-profits. Waqaas has raised over a $100M as an entrepreneur and built companies that have been recognized as leaders in their space.In his current role as CEO of Biotricity, a medical diagnostic and consumer healthcare technology company, Waqaas guides and continues to lead the company through every stage of bringing its biometric remote monitoring solutions to market. The company is considered one of the leading digital health companies and has been recognized as one of the Top 50 Most Innovative Companies by Fast Company and the most Innovative Medical Device Company.As an industry enthusiast, Waqaas publishes extensively on the future of healthcare. Waqaas’ publication experience spans back to his academic work, which was published in various conferences such as IEEE and the National Communication Council. Since founding Biotricity Waqaas has become deeply vested in the potential that IoT connected technology, enhanced with artificial intelligence, could bring to healthcare. He has published a variety of articles that focus on thought-provoking discussions around topics such as artificial intelligence, implementation of new technologies into the healthcare sphere, and the development of medical devices for underserved and remote communities.1 Waqaas is considered a thought leader and a regular contributor for MedCity News, Becker’s, and other industry publications that are sources for research and insights on emerging technology.Waqaas has a dual Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering and Economics, a Master’s in Computer Engineering from Rochester Institute of Technology, and a Master’s in Business Administration and a Doctorate in Business Administration from Henley Business School, specialized in Transformative Innovations and Billion Dollar Markets.Links Supporting This Episode:Biotricity website: CLICK HEREDr. Waqaas Al-Siddiq LinkedIn page:
November 28, 2022

Saving Teeth and Improving Lives with Bjarne Bergheim

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Bjarne Bergheim, President and CEO of Sonendo, a commercial-stage medical technology company committed to solving tooth decay, the most prevalent chronic disease globally, joins us to discuss his deeply rooted commitment and passion for his company’s mission to save teeth and improve lives. While together, Bjarne shares his entrepreneurial journey, why and how he became Sonendo’s first employee in 2007, and the bright vision for Sonendo’s future. Join us as Bjarne, and I discuss the importance of oral care as we continue to work together to move the health of our world forward! Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Bjarne’s background and entrepreneurial journey What lead to the big vision for SonendoThe 3 building blocks of Sonendo A prediction of Sonendo and the Dentistry Industry in the future  About our Guest: Bjarne Bergheim has served as Sonendo’s President, Chief Executive Officer and a member of the board of directors since 2008. Mr. Bergheim was the company’s first employee and previously served as Chief Operating Officer from 2006 to 2008. Prior to joining Sonendo, Mr. Bergheim was a co-founder and member of the management team of Fjord Ventures, LLC, a life science accelerator located in Laguna Hills, California focused on building and operating companies in the medical device, diagnostic and biopharmaceutical sectors.Previously, Mr. Bergheim was the first employee of 3F Therapeutics, Inc., which was acquired by ATS Medical and later by Medtronic, Inc. Mr. Bergheim received a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Irvine and an M.S. in mechanical engineering from the California Institute of Technology. Mr. Bergheim also studied cardiovascular and biomedical engineering at NTNU, Norway in collaboration with Stanford University and California Institute of Technology.He has spent decades in the medical technology industry and is passionate about advancing Sonendo’s mission to save teeth and improve lives.Links Supporting This Episode:Sonendo website: CLICK HEREBjarne Bergheim LinkedIn page: CLICK HERESonendo LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
November 14, 2022

Protecting Every Child’s Digital Journey with Teodora Pavkovic

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: In a digital-heavy world coupled with the youth mental health crisis, our next guest has made it her life’s work to protect every child’s digital journey.  Teodora Pavkovic, a prominent figure in the global digital wellness community, and the Director of Community Engagement at Linewize, joins us to discuss her inspiring work and mission and how she and her team are working tirelessly to build the industry-leading safety management system for the academic setting. Additionally, Teodora shares how parents can be more positively involved in their kids’ technology and digital lives.Join us as we discuss this timely and important topic with a passionate and dedicated expert helping lead the charge for positive change in cyber safety. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:How Teodora became passionate about digital wellnessWhy it is important to implement digital wellness in the academic settingWhy Teodora became involved with LinewizeTeodora’s vision for a safer and healthier digital lifestyle for allAbout our Guest: Teodora Pavkovic is the Director of Community Engagement at Linewize, where she leverages her decade-plus of experience as a youth psychologist, parenting coach and digital wellness practitioner to provide guidance and advice to parents, teachers and school administrators on topics concerning mental health, responsible and safe use of technology, tech ethics, parenting in the digital age and child development. A prominent figure in the global digital wellness community, Pavkovic is a member of both the American and British psychological associations, co-chair of Fairplay’s (formerly Campaign For a Commercial-Free Childhood) parenting professionals’ group and an advisory board member of several educational and mental health organizations. She has dedicated herself to helping people preserve and protect their wellbeing and relationships in this increasingly digital world, teaching them to use technology mindfully, intentionally and humanely. Pavkovic has her master’s in clinical psychology and has trained in both psychotherapy and coaching. She has lived in nine different countries and is a sought-after public speaker, thought leader and media expert who has spoken at conferences like TEDx in Singapore, Human After All in New York City, and HUMANITECH, the first virtual digital wellness conference that she both organized and moderated.Links Supporting This Episode:Linewize website: CLICK HERETeodora Pavkovic LinkedIn page: CLICK HERETeodora Pavkovic Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
November 7, 2022

Digital Empathy and Web-side Manner in Telehealth with Dr. Matt Sakumoto

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: During this episode, Dr. Matt Sakumoto, virtual-first primary care physician and clinical informatics champion, joins us to discuss his personal experiences at multiple health systems and telehealth startups, which has led him to develop a national-leading approach to digital empathy and web-side manner for telehealth consults that are enabling care teams to better connect with patients.Join us to learn from Dr. Sakumoto how care team providers can humanize their telehealth visits. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Dr. Sakumoto’s outlines his approach to digital empathy and and how to foster web-side mannerHumanizing the telehealth visitDelivering care beyond the clinic wallsWays to engage with patients beyond the specific point in time of the consultWhy engaging with startups/innovation community was an important factor in developing Dr. Sakumoto’s approachAbout Our Guest: Dr. Matt Sakumoto is a virtualist primary care physician in San Francisco. He is also fellowship-trained in clinical informatics at UCSF, with a focus on virtual care and provider efficiency tools for the EHR. Through personal experience at multiple health systems and telehealth startups, he has developed an approach to Digital Empathy and Web-side Manner to better connect with patients.Links Supporting This Episode:Dr. Matt Sakumoto LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREDr. Matt Sakumoto Twitter page: CLICK HEREAmerican Medical Association article: CLICK HERETelehealth and Medicine Today report: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
October 31, 2022

Preventing Infections in Nursing Homes with Dr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Salesforce. Salesforce believes the future of health is connected, do you? Learn more at www.salesforce.com/businessofhealthHear from Kevin Riley, Salesforce’s Chief Customer Officer, on this podcast: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: Before the COVID-19 pandemic, infectious diseases ran rampant in US nursing homes, and the nursing home industry has been struggling with infection prevention and control practices for decades. Thankfully our next guest has a deeply-rooted passion and bold vision for change!Dr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci, CEO of IPCWell, joins us to discuss how her organization is devoted to mitigating infectious diseases to reduce adverse events, infections, antibiotic resistance, re-admissions, and death through targeted, data-driven solutions and advanced statistical analytics.Additionally, Dr. Buffy shares her journey of visiting hundreds of nursing homes and why her experience led her to write her book BROKEN: How the Global Pandemic Uncovered a Nursing Home System in Need of Repair and the Heroic Staff Fighting for Change. Join us for this timely and needed conversation to learn how Dr. Buffy and IPCWell team are working tirelessly to combat the estimated one to three million infections leading to more than 380,000 deaths annually in the nursing home industry. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:How Dr. Buffy became so passionate about her missionIPCWell’s process to prevent harm and deaths from infectionsWhat Dr. Buffy experienced on the frontlines of healthcare when she was writing her bookThe importance of going on-site to provide coaching and mentoring for healthcare facilities   About our Guest: Dr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci is one of the foremost authorities on infection prevention and control in nursing homes and long-term care facilities. She is a frequent contributor and interview source for national and trade press concerning infection prevention and control and mitigation. With more than 20 years of healthcare and public health experience, Dr. Lloyd-Krejci's data-driven approach is hands-on and collaborative. Using her experience with more than 700 healthcare facilities across the United States she works tirelessly to combat the estimated one to three million infections leading to more than 380,000 deaths every year in the nursing home industry. She has worked with the CDC and other organizations on infection control studies and research such as the Arizona Emergency Preparedness Infection Control(EPIC) grant, the Institute of Health (IHI) and, Project ECHO, a hub-and-spoke knowledge-sharing network to support Nursing Home leadership during COVID-19.Links Supporting This Episode:IPCWell website: CLICK HEREDr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREDr. Buffy Lloyd-Krejci Twitter page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page:
October 24, 2022

Delivering Life-Saving Therapies to Patients with Jeff Beck

Episode Sponsor:This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Salesforce. Salesforce believes the future of health is connected, do you? Learn more at www.salesforce.com/businessofhealthHear from Kevin Riley, Salesforce’s Chief Customer Officer, on this podcast: CLICK HEREEpisode Overview: With deep knowledge and expertise, delivering critically needed and life-saving therapies to patients with rare, ultra-rare, and orphan diseases is our next guest’s passion and mission in life. Jeff Beck, Chief Development Officer at Biocare, joins us to discuss his company’s three brands- BioCareSD, a leading national specialty distributor of life-saving therapies, CanyonCareRX, a full-service specialty pharmacy, and LogiCare3PL, a national provider of time and temperature-sensitive pharmaceutical logistics services. Additionally, Jeff shares why and how the company remaining patient-focused has been the key to its success since 1982. Join us to discover how Jeff and his team at BioCare are delivering life-saving therapies to patients across our nation. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:How Jeff’s time with the Harlem Globetrotters prepared him for healthcareDistribution and supply chain logistics during the pandemic Creating the LogiCare 3PL extensionA look into the orphan drugs marketLife-changing testimonies from patientsBioCare’s umbrella servicesAbout Our Guest: As Chief Development Officer at BioCare, Jeff is responsible for setting current and future strategic direction for the company’s brands, including BioCareSD, CanyonCareRx and LogiCare3PL.Additionally, Jeff leads the expansion and diversification of BioCare’s manufacturer and product portfolio. With a proven ability to build loyal relationships through value-driven selling and rapid problem identification and resolution, Jeff’s demonstrated capabilities include strategic planning, budgeting, employee development and cross-functional team collaboration. Prior to joining BioCare, Jeff served as Vice President of National Accounts a Baxalta, where he was responsible for setting strategic direction and tactical execution.  Links Supporting This Episode:BioCare website: CLICK HEREJeff Beck LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREBioCare Twitter page: CLICK HEREClubhouse handle: @mikebiselliMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
October 17, 2022

Advancing Human Imaging with a Smartphone with Vlado Bosanac

Episode Sponsor:---This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Salesforce. Salesforce believes the future of health is connected, do you? Learn more at www.salesforce.com/businessofhealthHear from Kevin Riley, Salesforce’s Chief Customer Officer, on this podcast: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: Recognizing the smartphone as one of the most significant pieces of technology ever invented, our next guest has made it his life’s pursuit to leverage this technology to bring fundamental change to how people understand their health. Vlado Bosanac, Co-Founder & Head of Strategy at Advanced Human Imaging, joins us to discuss how his company has developed a proprietary dimensioning innovation that enables users to privately and accurately check, track, and assess their body dimensions and composition using only a smartphone.Additionally, Vlado shares how advancements in mathematics, computer vision, and artificial intelligence have fueled his company’s human scanning technology to become a leading global innovation.Join us for this fascinating conversation as Vlado shares where Advanced Human Imaging is today and what is in store for the future as he and his team advance human imaging with a smartphone! Let’s go! Episode Highlights:How Advanced Human Imaging beganThe technologies and innovations needed to enable Vlado’s companyVlado’s vision for Advanced Human Imaging How consumers can help improve Advanced Human Imaging   About our Guest: Vlado Bosanac is an accomplished business leader & advisor with over 30 years experience across a range of sectors including bio-medical devices, technology, and healthcare. Vlado co-founded MyFiziq in 2014, now known as AHI. Vlado has been passionately showcasing and demonstrating our amazing technology all over the world and believes it will bring fundamental change to how people understand their health and the risks they post to themselves through their lifestyle.Links Supporting This Episode:Advanced Human Imaging website: CLICK HEREVlado Bosanac LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREAdvanced Human Imaging Twitter page: CLICK HEREClubhouse handle: @mikebiselliMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form: CLICK HERE
October 10, 2022

Creating A Holistic Wellness Experience with Paula Turicchi

Episode Sponsor:---This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Salesforce. Salesforce believes the future of health is connected, do you? Learn more at www.salesforce.com/businessofhealthHear from Kevin Riley, Salesforce’s Chief Customer Officer, on this podcast: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: To positively impact and change the lives of the patients she serves, our next guest has dedicated her career to strengthening her organization through processes, systems, partnerships, and new ventures. Paula Turichhi, Chief Strategy Officer at Parkland Community Health Plan, joins us to discuss how she and her team are finding innovative ways to eliminate barriers to care, including financial, language, health literacy, and housing challenges. Additionally, Paula discusses her experience in managing the continuum of care for women and their infants, including ambulatory, emergency, and inpatient for one of the largest maternity services in the United States.Join us to learn how Paula and Parkland Community Health Plan fosters a holistic wellness environment for the communities they serve. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Working at the Women and Infants Specialty Health (WISH) to help create a health plan for allProviding women with continuum care, including ambulatory, emergency, inpatient, and continuous careChanges and challenges that happened at Parkland and when COVID-19 happenedCreating new processes that patients need to receive healthcare services in a financially and sustainable way  About our Guest: Paula Turicchini,  Chief Strategy Officer at Parkland Community Health Plan strives to make a difference for patients and their families by strengthening the business of the organization through processes, systems, partnerships, and new ventures. She has more than 30 years of experience in the healthcare industry and previously served as the vice president of hospital operations and administrator of Women and Infants Specialty Health (WISH) at Parkland Health & Hospital System, where she oversaw operations for one of the largest maternity services in the United States. In addition, Paula was instrumental in the design and construction of the new Parkland Hospital facility and the Moody Center for Breast Health. She is board certified in healthcare administration by the American College of Healthcare Executives and holds a Master of Healthcare Administration from Trinity University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Arkansas.Links Supporting This Episode:Parkland Community Health Plan website: CLICK HEREPaula Turicchi LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREParkland Community Health Plan Twitter page: CLICK HEREClubhouse handle: @mikebiselliMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page:
October 3, 2022

Helping Bring Therapeutics to Market Faster with Emmanuel Walckenaer

Episode Sponsor:---This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Salesforce. Salesforce believes the future of health is connected, do you? Learn more at www.salesforce.com/businessofhealthHear from Kevin Riley, Salesforce’s Chief Customer Officer, on this podcast: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: In today’s life sciences environment, developing and approving new drugs can take upwards of twelve to 15 years. One significant reason for these arduous processes and timelines is the lack of automation and artificial intelligence integration. Our next guest and his company are poised to change the game! Emmanuel Walckenaer, CEO of Yseop, joins us to discuss his journey of becoming the CEO and how his company specializes in artificial intelligence and natural language processing to help pharmaceutical companies adopt modern technology solutions and bring their life-saving therapeutics to market faster. Join us to learn how Emmanuel and Yseop team free time and money in the life sciences space with their company’s intelligent automation. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Emmanuel's journey on becoming the CEO of YseopHow Yseop was pulled into the pharmaceutical industry with one phone callWhat is CSR, its importance to healthcare, and how Yseop is automating it  Emmanuales’s vision of AI and automation in the years to come  About our Guest: Emmanuel joined Yseop as CEO in 2017, leading the company’s growth and vision to bring the benefits of automation and NLG to enterprise companies globally. He brings over 25 years of international experience in high-tech service and business development.Emmanuel joined Yseop in 2017 from Sierra Wireless, where he was General Manager and Senior Vice President of the Cloud & Connectivity Services business unit. He led the growth of this unit across Europe and North America through strategic acquisitions and the development of a bespoke cloud and connectivity offering for the expanding Internet of Things (IOT) market.Before joining Sierra Wireless, Emmanuel was Senior Vice President at Gemalto where he was responsible for the development of global Telecom business services. He had previously held various positions with Esso across IT and business development.Links Supporting This Episode:Yseop website: CLICK HEREEmmanuel Walckenaer LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREEmmanuel Walckenaer Twitter page: CLICK HEREClubhouse handle: @mikebiselliMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter:
September 26, 2022

Powering the Business of Health with Kevin Riley

---Episode Resources:---Connected Health Consumer Report: CLICK HEREBusiness of Health: CLICK HEREVirtual Healthcare Master Class Webinar: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: Due to healthcare’s systemic and intractable challenges and needs, digital transformation is now widely recognized as the conduit to meet those challenges we face and the patients we serve. Fortunately, some inspiring leaders and organizations are answering the call! Our next guest is helping lead the pack! Kevin Riley, Chief Customer Officer and Senior Vice President for Healthcare and Lifesciences at Salesforce, joins us to discuss his company’s efforts of powering the business of health by helping the healthcare and life sciences industries reshape how they operate and collaborate for better outcomes.Additionally, Kevin shares his journey of becoming a senior leader at Salesforce, including creating the widely respected modelh strategic framework to build better healthcare businesses. Lastly, Kevin discusses the key findings from his company's recently published Connected Health Consumer Report. Join us for this timely, informative, and inspiring conversation to learn how Kevin and the Salesforce team are supporting a global movement of healthcare trailblazers to inspire and drive change. Let's go!Episode Highlights:Kevin’s improbable journey into healthcare and innovationGetting out of the building and talking to customersBeing committed to equity and sustainability in the healthcare industryHighlights from Salesforce’s Connected Health Consumer ReportWhat Kevin and the team are driving with Salesforce Health CloudHow Kevin and the team are delivering personalized digital experiencesHow the modelh strategic framework came to be and how to access it  About Our Guest: Kevin Riley is an entrepreneur, executive, and business model innovator who created the modelH strategic framework to build better healthcare businesses. Over the course of his career, he has applied his skills and deep industry experience to startups and legacy companies across the healthcare industry. Currently, Kevin leads products for healthcare and life sciences at Salesforce. Before Salesforce, he was the founder and CEO of a national healthcare retail company, and held leadership roles for several national retail health startups. He served as the first Chief Innovation Officer for a major insurance plan. Kevin has also founded and sold multiple innovative health-focused companies. Kevin holds a Master of Business in entrepreneurship and marketing from Rice University.Links Supporting This Episode:ModelH Creative Commons:
September 19, 2022

Addressing Social Determinants of Health with Brett Hickman

Episode Sponsor:---This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: After years of experience and becoming a nationally recognized healthcare executive leader, our next guest has married his expertise with his passion for helping make health and care more accessible in communities across our country. Brett Hickman, Chief Commercial Officer at Modivcare, joins us to discuss his storied journey and why he is so passionate about Modivcare’s mission to provide equity, hope, and healing to those in need. Additionally, Brett shares how Modivcare has become a leading technology-enabled healthcare services and value-based solutions company to address the social determinants of health and enable greater access to care, reduce costs, and improve outcomes.Join us for this inspiring episode and message from Brett and how the Modivcare team is addressing social determinants of health. Let’s go! Episode Highlights:Brett’s passion to serve the community and fixing economic barriers to healthcareWhy social determinants of health became more apparent through the pandemicHow Modivcare is moving the SDOH space and industry into value-based careBrett’s vision for Modivcare to address loneliness that impacts so many people About Our Guest: Brett Hickman was appointed Chief Commercial Officer in April 2022. Prior to joining Modivcare, Hickman was Chief Growth Officer for Cityblock Health, a leader in making healthcare accessible and affordable to the country’s most vulnerable populations. He has held various executive leadership roles at Optum and ProVenture, an Aetna subsidiary for joint venture provider-sponsored health plans and is a retired partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. Hickman graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Economics from DePauw University and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Indianapolis.Modivcare Inc. (“Modivcare”) (Nasdaq: MODV) is a technology-enabled healthcare services company that provides a platform of integrated supportive care solutions for public and private payors and their patients. Our value-based solutions address the social determinants of health (SDoH), enable greater access to care, reduce costs, and improve outcomes. We are a leading provider of non-emergency medical transportation (NEMT), personal care and remote patient monitoring. To learn more about Modivcare, please visit www.modivcare.com.Links Supporting This Episode:Modivcare website: CLICK HEREBrett Hickman LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREModivcare Twitter page: CLICK HEREClubhouse handle: @mikebiselliMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
September 12, 2022

Impacting Preventative Health with Dr. Jonathan Baktari

This episode’s Community Champion Sponsor is Catalyst. To virtually tour Catalyst and claim your space on campus, or host an upcoming event: CLICK HERE---Episode Overview: When our next guest was at the peak of his medical career as a triple board-certified physician, he saw an opportunity to write his second career chapter as a health care CEO. Taking everything he’d learned as a doctor, medical director, and educator, he launched two businesses - a vaccine clinic and a drug-testing enterprise - driven by technology and designed for fast, customer-centric service. Dr. Jonathan Baktari, founder and CEO of e7 Health, joins us to discuss how his leadership positions within the clinical, educational, administrative, and insurance company settings positioned him to build world services and technologies to serve Americans across the country and to make a material impact on preventative medicine. Join us to learn how Dr. Baktari and the e7 Health team have built an industry-leading systems company that has invested heavily in developing electronic cloud-based software to leverage technology for their operations, patients, and clients. Let’s go!Episode Highlights:Dr. Jonathan’s story from being a medical student to e7 Health’s CEOWhy Dr. Baktari chose to focus on preventive medicine and adult vaccinationHow e7 Health was a COVID company before COVID hitThe importance of a strong digital presence for healthcare companies About Our Guest: When Jonathan Baktari, M.D., was arguably at the peak of his medical career as a triple board-certified physician, he saw an opportunity to try something new. Taking everything he’d learned as a doctor, medical director, and educator, he launched two businesses—a vaccine clinic and a drug-testing enterprise—that are driven by technology and designed for fast, customer-centric service. Now, as those businesses grow, he’s continuing to write his second career chapter as a health care CEO.Dr. Baktari’s company e7 Health was named the best technology company in the healthcare space in 2019. e7 Health could best be described as “the Uber of preventive medicine” in that it is a systems company that has invested heavily in developing their own electronic cloud-based software to leverage technology for the benefit of their operation, patients, and clients. In addition to vaccines, antibody testing, and many other medical services essential to employers around the country, e7 is now providing at home COVID-19 tests for individuals and companies all over the US. Dr. Baktari has always believed that helping others was the ultimate achievement in life. Links Supporting This Episode:e7 Health website: CLICK HEREDr. Jonathan Baktari LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREe7 Twitter page: CLICK HEREClubhouse handle: @mikebiselliMike Biselli LinkedIn page: CLICK HEREMike Biselli Twitter page: CLICK HEREVisit our website: CLICK HERESubscribe to newsletter: CLICK HEREGuest nomination form:
August 29, 2022

Guiding Patients Through Their Digital Healthcare Journey with Dr. Justin Graham

Join us to learn why and how Dr. Graham and the Gyant team guide patients through their digital healthcare journey.
August 22, 2022

Personalizing Probiotics with Sunny Jain

Personalizing Probiotics with Sunny Jain
August 15, 2022

Improving the Healthcare Journey for Everyone with Estelle Giraud

Estelle Giraud, co-founder and CEO of Trellis Health, joins us to discuss how she and her team are creating lasting change to reframe the way pregnant moms take control of their care.
August 8, 2022

Enabling Access to Excellent Healthcare with Cody Hall

Join us for this uplifting and important conversation to learn how Cody and the Octiva Healthcare team enable access to excellent healthcare.
August 1, 2022

Revolutionizing Melanoma Detection with Dr. John Dobak

Join us to discover why and how Dr. Dobak and the DermTech team are revolutionizing melanoma detection.
July 25, 2022

Powering Patient Similarity Networks with Amnon Bar-Lev

Powering Patient Similarity Networks with Amnon Bar-Lev
July 18, 2022

Empowering Nurse Practitioners with Sylvia Hastanan

Empowering Nurse Practitioners with Sylvia Hastanan
July 11, 2022

Building Infrastructure to Scale Provider Services with Cavan Klinsky

Building Infrastructure to Scale Provider Services with Cavan Klinsky
June 27, 2022

Delivering a New Fitness Experience for Older Adults with Katie Reed

Delivering a New Fitness Experience for Older Adults with Katie Reed
June 13, 2022

Solving Healthcare’s Staffing Problems with Dr. Steven Kupferman

Solving Healthcare’s Staffing Problems with Dr. Steven Kupferman
June 6, 2022

Bringing Health Data to Life with Dr. Oleg Bess

Bringing Health Data to Life with Dr. Oleg Bess
May 23, 2022

Building a Healthcare Innovation Community with Peter Birch

Building a Healthcare Innovation Community with Peter Birch
May 16, 2022

Improving Metabolic Health with Carlee Hayes

Improving Metabolic Health with Carlee Hayes
May 9, 2022

Communicating with Patients Using Artificial Intelligence with Dr. Adam Silverman

Communicating with Patients Using Artificial Intelligence with Dr. Adam Silverman
May 2, 2022

Teaching New Languages to Improve Healthcare with Ray Blakney

Teaching New Languages to Improve Healthcare with Ray Blakney
April 25, 2022

Delivering Precision to Nutrition with Ari Tulla

Delivering Precision to Nutrition with Ari Tulla
April 18, 2022

Redefining On-Demand Access to Healthcare with Anthony Capone

Redefining On-Demand Access to Healthcare with Anthony Capone
April 11, 2022

Removing Barriers to Patient Education with Michael Boerner

Removing Barriers to Patient Education with Michael Boerner
April 4, 2022

Unlocking Longevity Fitness with Patrick Samy

Unlocking Longevity Fitness with Patrick Samy
March 28, 2022

Accelerating Healthcare’s Digital Transformation with Madhuri Sebastian

Accelerating Healthcare’s Digital Transformation with Madhuri Sebastian
March 21, 2022

Prioritizing Healthcare Innovation with Aaron Martin

Prioritizing Healthcare Innovation with Aaron Martin
March 14, 2022

Creating the Internet of Healthcare with Dr. Jeremy Friese

Creating the Internet of Healthcare with Dr. Jeremy Friese
March 7, 2022

Paving the Way for Precision Health with Joe Cohen

Paving the Way for Precision Health with Joe Cohen
February 28, 2022

Driving Transformational Change in Healthcare with Brian Dowd

Driving Transformational Change in Healthcare with Brian Dowd
February 14, 2022

Helping Americans Breathe Easier with Tonya Winders

Helping Americans Breathe Easier with Tonya Winders
February 7, 2022

Improving the Health of Billions of People with Kees Wesdorp

Improving the Health of Billions of People with Kees Wesdorp
January 31, 2022

Connecting Care in the Home with John Brady

Connecting Care in the Home with John Brady
January 24, 2022

Reinventing Healthcare One System at a Time with Mike Waterbury

Reinventing Healthcare One System at a Time with Mike Waterbury
January 17, 2022

Improving Access to Genomic Sequencing with Dr. Mikolaj Raszek

Improving Access to Genomic Sequencing with Dr. Mikolaj Raszek
January 10, 2022

Rebuilding the Pharmacy Industry with Eric Kinariwala

Rebuilding the Pharmacy Industry with Eric Kinariwala
January 3, 2022

Shaping the Future of Telehealth with Dr. Laura Purdy

Shaping the Future of Telehealth with Dr. Laura Purdy
December 20, 2021

Building Healthcare’s Superstore with David Goldhill

Building Healthcare’s Superstore with David Goldhill
December 13, 2021

Personalizing Autoimmune Care with Rory Stanton

Personalizing Autoimmune Care with Rory Stanton
December 6, 2021

Delivering Outcomes for Strategic Initiatives with Alex Castro

Delivering Outcomes for Strategic Initiatives
November 29, 2021

Breaking Down Data Silos with Ardy Arianpour

Breaking Down Data Silos with Ardy Arianpour
November 22, 2021

Advancing AI Cough Detection with Iulian Circo

Advancing AI Cough Detection with Iulian Circo
November 15, 2021

Helping Entrepreneurs Create a Healthier World with Dr. Behrooz Behbod

Helping Entrepreneurs Create a Healthier World with Dr. Behrooz Behbod
November 8, 2021

Humanizing the Healthcare Experience with Michael Wood

Humanizing the Healthcare Experience with Michael Wood
November 1, 2021

Simplifying Continued Medical Education with Dr. Ian Madom

Simplifying Continued Medical Education with Dr. Ian Madom
October 25, 2021

Automating Patient Explanations with Dr. David Grew

Automating Patient Explanations with Dr. David Grew
October 18, 2021

Scaling Virtual Group Therapy with Denise Shiffman

Scaling Virtual Group Therapy with Denise Shiffman
October 11, 2021

Eliminating Patient Waiting Rooms with Shelby Sanderford

Eliminating Patient Waiting Rooms with Shelby Sanderford
October 4, 2021

Amplifying Voice in Oncology & Rare Disease with Matthew Zachary

Amplifying Voice in Oncology & Rare Disease with Matthew Zachary
September 27, 2021

Reducing Reliance on the Criminal Justice System with Dr. Carrie Pettus

Reducing Reliance on the Criminal Justice System with Dr. Carrie Pettus
September 20, 2021

Managing Chronic Conditions with AI with Bettina Hein

Managing Chronic Conditions with AI
September 13, 2021

Transforming Standard-of-care Therapies with Pedro Lichtinger

Transforming Standard-of-care Therapies with Pedro Lichtinger
August 30, 2021

Transforming Virtual Specialty Care with Julian Flannery

Transforming Virtual Specialty Care with Julian Flannery
August 23, 2021

Delivering New Treatments for Type 2 Diabetes with Dr. Harith Rajagopalan

Delivering New Treatments for Type 2 Diabetes with Dr. Harith Rajagopalan
August 16, 2021

Improving Brain Health with Virtual Reality with Amir Bozorgzadeh

Improving Brain Health with Virtual Reality with Amir Bozorgzadeh
August 9, 2021

Supporting Activist Patients with Brad Power

Supporting Activist Patients with Brad Power
August 2, 2021

Engineering Personal Health with Dave Korsunsky

Engineering Personal Health with Dave Korsunsky
July 26, 2021

Optimizing Patient Education with Tim Fitzpatrick

Optimizing Patient Education with Tim Fitzpatrick
July 19, 2021

Catalyzing the Future of Health and Medicine with Dr. Daniel Kraft

Catalyzing the Future of Health and Medicine with Dr. Daniel Kraft
July 12, 2021

Automating Anesthesia Assignments with Dr. Michael Bronson

Automating Anesthesia Assignments with Dr. Michael Bronson
June 28, 2021

Revolutionizing Maternal and Child Healthcare with Melissa Hanna

Revolutionizing Maternal and Child Healthcare with Melissa Hanna
June 21, 2021

Curating Communities with Dr. Amir Kalali

Curating Communities with Dr. Amir Kalali
June 14, 2021

Expert Coronavirus Updates with April Gill | Session 39

Expert Coronavirus Updates with April Gill | Session 39
June 7, 2021

The Art of Human Care for COVID-19 with Dr. Hassan Tetteh

The Art of Human Care for COVID-19 with Dr. Hassan Tetteh
June 3, 2021

Solving Healthcare’s Complexities with Dr. Michael Petersen

Solving Healthcare’s Complexities with Dr. Michael Petersen
May 24, 2021

Protecting Sensitive Data with Gabe Gumbs

Protecting Sensitive Data with Gabe Gumbs
May 20, 2021

Revolutionizing Infection Prevention with Grant Morgan

Revolutionizing Infection Prevention with Grant Morgan
May 17, 2021

Cultivating Health Coaching with Marina Borukhovich

Cultivating Health Coaching with Marina Borukhovich
May 13, 2021

Helping AI Work with Humans with Erick McKesson

Helping AI Work with Humans with Erick McKesson
May 10, 2021

Connecting Health Innovators with Taylor McPartland

Connecting Health Innovators with Taylor McPartland
May 6, 2021

Managing Advanced Illness with Jeremy Powell

Managing Advanced Illness with Jeremy Powell
May 3, 2021

Correcting Broken Sleep with Matt Berg

Correcting Broken Sleep with Matt Berg
April 26, 2021

Distributing Donated Medical Relief with Dr. Douglas Jackson

Distributing Donated Medical Relief with Dr. Douglas Jackson
April 22, 2021

Championing Health Innovation with Gil Bashe

Championing Health Innovation with Gil Bashe
April 19, 2021

Innovating After Spinal Injury with Derek Herrera

Innovating After Spinal Injury with Derek Herrera
April 15, 2021

Bridging Digital Health and Clinical Orthopedics with Dr. Stefano Bini

Bridging Digital Health and Clinical Orthopedics with Dr. Stefano Bini
April 12, 2021

Harnessing the Power of Digital Empathy with Eric Gombrich

Harnessing the Power of Digital Empathy with Eric Gombrich
April 8, 2021

Delivering Diabetes Education with Miguel Johns

Delivering Diabetes Education with Miguel Johns
April 5, 2021

Making Complex Workflows Simple with Dr. Sandeep Pulim

Making Complex Workflows Simple with Dr. Sandeep Pulim
April 1, 2021

Investing in a Global Army of Health Transformers with Unity Stoakes

Investing in a Global Army of Health Transformers with Unity Stoakes
March 29, 2021

Mastering Autoimmunity with Mette Dyhrberg

Mastering Autoimmunity with Mette Dyhrberg
March 25, 2021

A Moment with Mike | Session 15

A Moment with Mike | Session 15
March 22, 2021

Powering Virtual Health Assistants with Nate Treloar

Powering Virtual Health Assistants with Nate Treloar
March 18, 2021

Reducing Surgical Complications with Dr. Bora Chang

Reducing Surgical Complications with Dr. Bora Chang
March 15, 2021

Conquering Heart Disease with Dr. Harsh Vathsangam

Conquering Heart Disease with Dr. Harsh Vathsangam
March 11, 2021

Building Clubhouse’s Healthcare Community with Henry Peck

Building Clubhouse’s Healthcare Community with Henry Peck
March 8, 2021

Managing Cognitive Impairment with Dirk Soenksen

Managing Cognitive Impairment with Dirk Soenksen
March 4, 2021

Breaking Down Data Silos with Troy Bannister

Breaking Down Data Silos with Troy Bannister
March 1, 2021

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Peter Marx | Session 38

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Peter Marx | Session 38
February 25, 2021

Transforming how to Address Addiction with Fred Muench

Transforming how to Address Addiction with Fred Muench
February 22, 2021

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Amy Boutwell | Session 37

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Amy Boutwell | Session 37
February 18, 2021

A Moment with Mike | Session 14

A Moment with Mike | Session 14
February 15, 2021

Accelerating Medical Reimbursement with Andrew Lockhart

Accelerating Medical Reimbursement with Andrew Lockhart
February 11, 2021

Helping Patients Lead Opioid-Free Lives with Ankit Gupta

Helping Patients Lead Opioid-Free Lives
February 8, 2021

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Robert Hamilton | Session 36

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Robert Hamilton | Session 36
February 4, 2021

Redesigning the Healthcare Experience with Joseph Kitonga

Redesigning the Healthcare Experience with Joseph Kitonga
February 1, 2021

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Kim Gandy | Session 35

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Kim Gandy | Session 35
January 28, 2021

Inspiring Children to Reach their Full Potential with Artis Stevens

Inspiring Children to Reach their Full Potential with Artis Stevens
January 25, 2021

Moving Through Grief with Wendy Black Stern

Moving Through Grief with Wendy Black Stern
January 21, 2021

Reimagining Healthcare Staffing with Matt Pierce

Reimagining Healthcare Staffing with Matt Pierce
January 18, 2021

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Piotr Orzechowski | Session 34

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Piotr Orzechowski | Session 34
January 14, 2021

Simplifying Specialty Patient Access with Yishai Knobel

Simplifying Specialty Patient Access with Yishai Knobel
January 11, 2021

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Duane Reynolds | Session 33

Expert Coronavirus Updates | Session 33
January 7, 2021

Rehumanizing Healthcare with Dr. Davin Lundquist

Rehumanizing Healthcare with Dr. Davin Lundquist
January 4, 2021

A Moment with Mike | Session 13

A Moment with Mike | Session 13
December 28, 2020

Healthcare from the Trenches with Dr. Alejandro Badia

Healthcare from the Trenches with Dr. Alejandro Badia
December 21, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Susan Dentzer | Session 32

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Susan Dentzer | Session 32
December 17, 2020

Resolving Health Disparities with Technology with Jamey Edwards

Resolving Health Disparities with Technology with Jamey Edwards
December 14, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Harry Pliskin | Session 31

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Harry Pliskin | Session 31
December 10, 2020

Building Support Systems for Vulnerable Populations with Rebecca W. Munn

Building Support Systems for Vulnerable Populations with Rebecca W. Munn
December 7, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Jag Singh | Session 30

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Jag Singh | Session 30
December 2, 2020

Lifting Revenue Cycle Performance with Jim Gaffney

Lifting Revenue Cycle Performance with Jim Gaffney
November 30, 2020

A Moment with Mike | Session 12

A Moment with Mike | Session 12
November 23, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Jon Klein | Session 29

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Jon Klein | Session 29
November 19, 2020

Transforming Children’s Mental Health with Dr. Parker Huston

Transforming Children’s Mental Health with Dr. Parker Huston
November 16, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Kitty Kolding | Session 28

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Kitty Kolding | Session 28
November 12, 2020

Managing Medicare and the Aging Journey with Joseph Schneier

Managing Medicare and the Aging Journey with Joseph Schneier
November 9, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Nick Mark | Session 27

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Nick Mark | Session 27
November 5, 2020

Helping Providers Make Better Prescribing Decisions with Carm Huntress

Helping Providers Make Better Prescribing Decisions with Carm Huntress
November 2, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Ramin Bastani | Session 26

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Ramin Bastani | Session 26
October 28, 2020

Nudging Care Teams to Work and Live Better with Niraj Swami

Nudging Care Teams to Work and Live Better with Niraj Swami
October 26, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Mara Aspinall | Session 25

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Mara Aspinall | Session 25
October 21, 2020

Confronting Unconscious Bias with Dr. Arie Nettles

Confronting Unconscious Bias with Dr. Arie Nettles
October 19, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dan Brillman | Session 24

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dan Brillman | Session 24
October 14, 2020

Shepherding Reproductive Mental Health with Dr. Linda Kim

Shepherding Reproductive Mental Health with Dr. Linda Kim
October 12, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Maureen Sullivan | Session 23

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Maureen Sullivan | Session 23
October 7, 2020

Solving the Entrepreneur Mental Health Crisis with Aaron Houghton

Solving the Entrepreneur Mental Health Crisis with Aaron Houghton
October 5, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Marcy Willard | Session 22

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Marcy Willard | Session 22
September 30, 2020

Building Person-Centric Support Communities with Dr. Charu Ramanathan

Building Person-Centric Support Communities with Dr. Charu Ramanathan
September 28, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. David Asch | Session 21

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. David Asch | Session 21
September 23, 2020

The Art of Human Care with Dr. Hassan Tetteh

The Art of Human Care with Dr. Hassan Tetteh
September 21, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Uli Chettipally | Session 20

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Uli Chettipally | Session 20
September 16, 2020

Democratizing Mental Health Care for Kids with Damayanti Dipayana

Democratizing Mental Health Care for Kids with Damayanti Dipayana
September 14, 2020

A Moment with Mike | Session 11

A Moment with Mike | Session 11
September 11, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Bruce Greenstein | Session 19

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Bruce Greenstein | Session 19
September 9, 2020

A Moment with Mike | Session 10

A Moment with Mike | Session 10
September 4, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Chaun Powell | Session 18

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Chaun Powell | Session 18
September 2, 2020

Humanizing Healthcare with Kistein Monkhouse

Humanizing Healthcare with Kistein Monkhouse
August 31, 2020

A Moment with Mike | Session 9

A Moment with Mike | Session 9
August 28, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Kaisa Helminen | Session 17

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Kaisa Helminen | Session 17
August 26, 2020

Women Empowering Women with Emma Sayle

Women Empowering Women with Emma Sayle
August 24, 2020

A Moment with Mike | Session 8

A Moment with Mike | Session 8
August 21, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed | Session 16

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Dr. Abdul El-Sayed | Session 16
August 19, 2020

Three Steps to Better Decision Making with Matthew Confer

Three Steps to Better Decision Making with Matthew Confer
August 17, 2020

A Moment with Mike | Session 7

A Moment with Mike | Session 7
August 14, 2020

Applying Behavioral Economics to Healthcare with Karen Horgan

Applying Behavioral Economics to Healthcare with Karen Horgan
August 12, 2020

Creating Entertainment to Affect Change with Patrick James Lynch

Creating Entertainment to Affect Change with Patrick James Lynch
August 10, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Josh Disbrow | Session 15

Expert Coronavirus Updates with Josh Disbrow | Session 15
August 5, 2020

Embracing Failure to Achieve Success Miha Matlievski

Embracing Failure to Achieve Success Miha Matlievski
July 13, 2020

Expert Coronavirus Updates | Session 14

Expert Coronavirus Updates | Session 14
July 1, 2020