In this captivating episode of Solving Healthcare, your host, Dr. K, engages in an enlightening conversation with the accomplished Lydia Di Francesco. With over 12 years of experience in the wellness industry, Lydia serves as the CEO and Employee Wellness Specialist at Fit + Healthy 365. Tune in as Lydia generously imparts her extensive wisdom on holistic well-being, tackling burnout both personally and within our teams, fostering self-upliftment, discovering joy, and offering a wealth of invaluable advice to empower us all to achieve more!Listen now on Apple & SpotifySPONSORBetterHelp is the largest online counseling platform worldwide. They change the way people get help with facing life's challenges by providing convenient, discreet and affordable access to a licensed therapist. BetterHelp makes professional counselling available anytime, anywhere, through a computer, tablet or smartphone.Sign up HERE for 10% off | Use discount code “solvinghealthcare”OFFERSThank you for reading Solving Healthcare Media with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng. This post is public so feel free to share it.Solving Healthcare Media with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. Get full access to Solving Healthcare Media with Dr. Kwadwo Kyeremanteng at kwadcast.substack.com/subscribe
December 5, 2023
Hosts: Sanj Kakar, M.D., @sanjkakar | Dawn R. Davis, M.D.
Guests: Brian T. Carlsen, M.D.| Sharonne N. Hayes, M.D.
Health care professionals often struggle with personal well-being due to career demands. There are simple and straightforward ways to improve well-being despite a demanding profession. We welcome you to learn from two Mayo Clinic physicians who share their personal journeys and suggestions for well-being.
Watch the full episode here: https://ce.mayo.edu/internal-medicine/content/taking-care-your-personal-well-being-their-own-words
Connect with the Mayo Clinic’s School of Continuous Professional Development online at https://ce.mayo.edu/ or on Twitter @MayoMedEd.
December 5, 2023
Crank up the Salt-N-Pepa, friends, cuz Your Doctor Friends are TALKIN SEX, BABY!
In all seriousness, Your Doctor Friends think that healthcare providers can do a better job making sexual health education and treatment more accessible and less stigmatized. Sexual health concerns, and sexual dysfunction are so prevalent, and deserve meaningful, evidence-based treatment strategies within reach.
So let's break down some stigma, and have a candid conversation about all things SEX!
We are so happy to welcome our guest, and expert in all things sexual health, Lyndsey Harper, MD, FACOG!
Dr. Harper completed her OB-GYN residency in 2011 at Baylor Scott & White Health in Dallas, Texas, saw patients in private practice for seven years, and is now an OB-GYN hospitalist.
Dr. Harper is Associate Professor of OB-GYN for Texas A&M College of Medicine, a Fellow of The American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and a Fellow of the International Society for the Study of Women’s Sexual Health.
She is also the Founder and CEO of Rosy, which is a resource to connect the 84 million women in the US with sexual problems with hope, community, and research-backed solutions to improve their lives.
She has been named Forbes Top 53 Women Disrupting Healthcare, People Newspapers’ 20 Under 40, a Top Innovator in North Texas for 2020 and a DBJ Top Woman in Tech.
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Resources in this episode include:
Dr. Harper's Texas A&M University bio page.
The International Society for the Study of Women's Sexual Health webpage.
"A Tired Woman's Guide to Passionate Sex" by Laurie Mintz, PhD.
"Becoming Cliterate" also by Laurie Mintz, PhD.
"Come As You Are" by Emily Nagoski, PhD.
A recent New York Times article titled "8 Sex Myths That Experts Wish Would Go Away".
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December 5, 2023
In this episode, Joy and Genein Letford, CAFFE Strategies Founder and CEO, delve into the complexities of healthcare and the need for creativity and innovation in the field. Genein Letford, an educator, speaker, author and corporate trainer, discusses her unique perspective on healthcare and intercultural creativity. She emphasizes the importance of creativity and cultural competency, as well as the impact of leaders' mindsets on their teams. The discussion explores how AI and technology can complement human creativity rather than replace it, and it touches on the distinction between the brain and the mind. This episode provides valuable insights into the evolving landscape of healthcare and the role of creativity in addressing its challenges.
December 5, 2023
Solid executive leadership is essential to the success of any hospital, but the job of a rural hospital president is unique with its own set of challenges and opportunities. So, how do rural hospital presidents set the stage for the future and lead their organizations with purpose?
On today’s episode, hosts JJ and Rachel talk with Helen Johnson, president of Sparrow Eaton Hospital, about stepping into her role as a rural hospital president.
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Audio Engineering & Original Music by Kenji Ulmer
-| This episode originally aired on September 21, 2023 on Rural Health Rising. Listen, follow and subscribe at here.
-| The Healthcare Leader Podcast Channel is produced with support from Provider Solutions & Development, expert recruitment advisors helping physicians navigate their next career move. Learn more about their work by visiting healthpodcastnetwork.com/psd
December 5, 2023
In honor of Gift of Sight month we're replaying this insightful episode with Mark Wuttke, CEO of Dopavision. In their own words, Dopavision is pioneering the development of innovative solutions that target the eye’s innate dopamine pathway to address unmet needs in ophthalmology using digitally delivered light.
The background to Dopavision
The pediatric Myopia vs adult Myopia markets
Patient experience using Dopavision
Changes to clinical trials and the mechanism of action
Plans for commercialization
Potential future applications to other ophthalmological conditions and neurological conditions
The future of OTC vs Rx
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December 5, 2023
Uterine fibroids are noncancerous growths in the uterus that can cause pelvic pain and debilitating periods. Up to 80% of women may experience fibroids before the age of 50, but this condition remains under-researched and misunderstood. In this episode, Tanika Gray Valbrun joins to discuss uterine fibroid facts and share hope for women grappling with this condition. She tells her story, voicing her commitment to raising awareness through her organization, The White Dress Project. Tanika leads the conversation about patient-doctor communication, listening to women’s voices, and the importance of community support. We discuss the link between black women and fibroids, and consider why there remains a lack of research in women’s reproductive health.Tanika Gray Valbrun is the Founder and Senior Advocate of The White Dress Project, a non-profit organization committed to spreading uterine fibroids awareness. Ms. Valbrun is an award-winning journalist, educator, and non-profit founder with a passion for women’s health. She works with doctors, health advocates, and elected officials across the country to get legislation passed, including having July declared as “Fibroids Awareness Month.”Discussed in this episode:Facts about uterine fibroidsTanika’s experience of uterine fibroids, surgery, and advocacyRacial disparities regarding uterine fibroidsPatient advocacy when communicating with healthcare providersUterine fibroid treatment optionsChallenges in women’s health research today The White Dress Project and its influence on women’s access to uterine fibroid support“I always say that a patient's story is data, especially with something like uterine fibroids, endometriosis, or PCOS. There are variations in how it can show up in your body.” - Tanika Gray ValbrunRelated to this episode:Related Episode: Uterine Fibroids and Heavy PeriodsRelated Episode: Uterine Fibroids | Minimally Invasive Surgeon Dr. Jessica Opoku-AnaneRelated Episode: Uterine Fibroids and the Need for Better Standard of CareThe White Dress Project: www.thewhitedressproject.org White Dress Project Instagram: @wecanwearwhite Tankika’s Instagram: @tgvwearswhiteTwitter: @wecan_wearwhiteFacebook/Meta: The White Dress Project: We CAN Wear WhiteMentioned: 'Sex Matters' by Dr. Allison McGregorAmerican College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists: www.acog.org Recommended Books on Your Body and Menstrual...
December 5, 2023
December 5: Today on TownHall, Brett Oliver, Family Physician and Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health talks with Christopher McGhee, CEO at Current Health. Post pandemic, how has the at-home market evolved and what are its current challenges? The conversation raises thought-provoking questions: As health systems' financial situations are challenged, are we seeing a cooling of interest in care at home or is it a transition period to a better, more efficient future? How can healthcare organizations adapt to these shifts, preparing for the future without compromising the present? Are bricks-and-mortar health systems ready to offer more consumer-centric services?Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
December 5, 2023
In this episode, I emphasized the value of embracing flexible career paths rather than fixating on meticulously laid out plans. I delve into the prevalent sentiment among healthcare professionals, including myself, of feeling the need to tightly control career outcomes, which often leads to unnecessary stress and worry. Drawing from my own experiences and insights gleaned from successful professionals, I highlight the nonlinear nature of success in nursing and the futility of trying to micromanage every aspect of our journey. Instead, I urge listeners to cultivate resilience and adaptability, empowering themselves to navigate discomfort and change while centering on an internal locus of control—managing our thoughts, emotions, and actions.Throughout the discussion, I underscore the significance of remaining open to diverse opportunities that align with our evolving personal and professional needs. I stress the importance of being receptive to change and varying pathways, recognizing that a rigid approach seldom aligns with the dynamic nature of our careers. I advocate for a mindset that embraces uncertainty and seeks growth through embracing diverse opportunities.The crucial role resilience plays in our pursuit of fulfilling careers and lives. It emphasizes that developing comfort in discomfort is pivotal, serving as a prerequisite for achieving our aspirations. By fostering resilience and a willingness to adapt, we can chart our course towards our dream careers while navigating the unpredictable nature of our professional journeys.Key takeaways:01:29 The Illusion of Control and the Importance of Flexibility03:01 The Power of Diverse Experiences: A Case Study04:55 The Pitfalls of Linear Thinking in Career Progression05:30 Embracing Change and the Grief Process07:27 The Role of Discomfort in Achieving Goals08:25 The Importance of Critical Thinking and Emotional Resilience09:18 Creating Your Own Path and Embracing Opportunities10:36 The Role of Emotions in Pursuing Your Goals13:56 The Power of Failure and Rejection in Personal Growth14:47 Conclusion: Discomfort as the Currency of Your DreamsWant to land your graduate nursing role with ease?Didn't land your grad? Want to guarantee yourself a job? Join GCLP round 2 here!Download Our Free Job Application Guide Here!Download our Free Interview Guide Here!CONNECT WITH LIAM CASWELL COACHINGWant to discuss your situation with Liam?👇☎️ Book a call with LiamFollow @highperformancenursing on Instagram for the latest career and leadership coaching from Liam.Click here to Join my private Facebook Community "High-Performance Nursing - How to build your healthcare career" where I share all the career tips and strategies to thrive within your career. (You must answer all questions to be admitted).Subscribe and listen to the High Performance Nursing Podcast available on all major podcast platforms! I would love if you could leave a review!
December 4, 2023
In this episode of Talking HealthTech, host Peter Birch is joined by Nick White and Kaye Hocking from Alcidion. Together, they delve into the topic of improving patient care and streamlining healthcare journeys. They emphasise the importance of prioritising clinician and patient needs before integrating technology, focusing on data liberation and technology support for clinical workflow. The conversation covers patient flow management, the value of data integration and interoperability in healthcare, and the potential of artificial intelligence in predicting demand and capacity mismatches in patient flow.Key Takeaways:Understanding patient flow as managing care delivery for individual patients and across the systemImportance of prioritising clinician and patient needs before integrating technologyTailoring patient flow solutions to different hospital settings for optimising patient journey and experienceBenefits of optimising length of stay for patients and addressing patient discharge planningThe impact of digital solutions on bed management, handover preparation time, and administrative burden on cliniciansThe potential of artificial intelligence and natural language processing in patient flow solutionsTimestamps:[00:00] Introduction[3:30] Kaye Hocking explains the concept of patient flow management and its significance in healthcare[9:20] Nick White emphasizes the importance of prioritizing clinician and patient needs before integrating technology[15:45] Discussion on tailoring patient flow solutions to different hospital settings[21:10] Exploring the challenges in patient allocation and the impact of technology on managing patient information[30:05] Importance of data integration and interoperability in healthcare and patient care delivery[35:40] The benefits of optimising length of stay for patients and the potential of artificial intelligence in predicting demand and capacity mismatchesCheck out the episode and full show notes on the Talking HealthTech website.Loving the show? Leave us a review, and share it with someone who might get some value from it.Keen to take your healthtech to the next level? Become a THT+ Member for access to our online community forum, quarterly summits and more exclusive content. For more information visit talkinghealthtech.com/thtplus
December 4, 2023
The complex aspects of structural racism—encompassing policies, practices, and cultural biases—make it difficult to measure, often requiring innovative methods that account for historical and contemporary disparities. In this episode, we speak with Dr. Karen Bandeen-Roche, a distinguished biostatistician who has mastered the art of quantifying the unquantifiable. Dr. Bandeen-Roche guides us through her expertise in measuring elusive variables such as frailty and how this skill could illuminate aspects of healthcare's structural racism.
Bandeen-Roche K, Gross A L, et al. Principles and Issues for Physical Frailty Measurement and Its Clinical Application. The Gerontological Society of America. July 2019.
Bandeen-Roche K, Xue Q-L, et al. Phenotype of Frailty: Characterization in the Women’s Health and Aging Studies. Journal of Gerontology. March 2006.
December 4, 2023
2023-12-01 DTRA Initiative Leaders Munther Baara (Edetek) and Moulik Shah (Advanced Clinical) to discuss Data Connectivity and Interoperability in DCTs and how it can be done with study teams now.Follow the Decentralized Trials & Research Alliance (DTRA) on LinkedIn and Twitter. Learn more about Membership and our work at www.dtra.org.
December 4, 2023
Most of the time, COPD is caused by smoking and other pollutants. But in some cases, COPD is caused by a genetic condition called alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency, also known as "alpha-1." In this episode, we talk about what alpha-1 is, what causes it, how it's treated, and why getting genetic testing for alpha-1 is so important.
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December 4, 2023
In this podcast episode, Dr. Lisa Herbert interviews Dr. Lesley Sharpe, an emergency medicine physician participating in a global healthcare collaboration in The Gambia.
In this episode:
Dr. Lesley Sharpe discusses her decision to pursue emergency medicine, the mentors who influenced her, and the challenges and rewards of working in the emergency department.
She talks about the prevalent health challenges worldwide, such as high blood pressure, cardiovascular disease, and diabetes, and the importance of addressing nutrition.
She shares her excitement about meeting traditional healers in the Gambia and learning about their knowledge of herbs and natural remedies for various health conditions.
She shares a personal experience of responding to a deteriorating patient's condition and the quick thinking and delicate procedure required to save the patient's life.
In conclusion, this podcast episode is a testament to the power of collaboration and the potential of traditional healing methods. It's about bridging the gap in global healthcare and learning from each other to create a healthier world.
December 4, 2023
Join Natalya Beneschott, a pediatric infectious disease fellow, as she shares her personal experience and insights on coping with the lasting impact of a patient's death, the challenges medical professionals face in processing grief, and the importance of creating a supportive environment for health care providers. Natalya Beneschott is a pediatric infectious disease fellow. She discusses the KevinMD article, "Coping with haunting memories of a patient's loss." Our presenting sponsor is Nuance, a Microsoft company. Together, Microsoft and Nuance are leveraging their rich digital technology and advanced AI capabilities to tackle some of health care's biggest challenges. AI-driven technology promises to revolutionize patient and provider experiences with clinical documentation that writes itself. The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, is a voice-enabled solution that automatically captures patient encounters securely and accurately at the point of care. DAX Copilot combines proven conversational and ambient AI with the most advanced generative AI in a mobile application that integrates directly with your existing workflows. Physicians who use DAX have reported a 50 percent decrease in documentation time and a 70 percent reduction in feelings of burnout, and 85 percent of patients say their physician is more personable and conversational. Discover AI-powered clinical documentation that writes itself. Visit https://nuance.com/daxinaction to see a 12-minute DAX Copilot demo. VISIT SPONSOR → https://nuance.com/daxinaction SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → https://www.kevinmd.com/recommended GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/9GIZCt Powered by CMEfy.
December 4, 2023
Mike and John reflect on times where they have overscheduled, overcommitted, and overworked. Sometimes, life happens. When you schedule yourself with a thin margin, you have less room to adapt to the unexpected. It's important to take these moments of overextension to reflect on how to improve going forward and double check that the things we bring into our lives are adding value both personally and professionally.
-| This episode originally aired on October 13, 2023 on White Coats of the Round Table. Listen, follow and subscribe here.
-| The Physician Podcast Channel is produced with support from Provider Solutions & Development, expert recruitment advisors helping physicians navigate their next career move. Learn more about their work by visiting healthpodcastnetwork.com/psd
December 4, 2023
December 4: Today on the Conference channel, it’s an Interview in Action live from the 2023 CHIME Fall Forum. In this episode Karla Arzola, Chief Information Officer at Rocky Mountain Human Services speaks with Beth Cooper, SVP, Product Engineering & Data Strategy at Tivity Health. They discuss the importance of solidifying a data strategy, the integration of AI, and its potential risks and rewards. Beth underlines the utmost importance of AI governance which is central to reducing risk. She also shares that their organization has been working on a project named 'Dark Star', which aims for a complete cloud migration by 2024, along with implementing Snowflake and data governance. How is she prioritizing initiatives during budget season and planning for the years ahead?Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex’s Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
December 4, 2023
Rick Neal is a well-known progressive advocate in Central Ohio, but his political conscience has long been driven by his passion for and professional experience in humanitarian relief, especially in Asia and Africa. On Episode 137, taking a few weeks off from challenges here in Ohio, Dan Skinner talks with Rick about his experience as a humanitarian relief worker with Peace Corps, Oxfam, and Refugees International. Topics include the challenges of securing adequate funding, geopolitical complexities, and how to ensure Ohioans don't forget the serious crises that exist around the world, even as we tend to our own challenges here at home. Listen, as well, as Rick explains why medical and public health professionals in Ohio might consider jumping in to do this important work. Show notes and stream at prognosisohio.com/episodes/neal
December 3, 2023
In this episode of Talking HealthTech, Anthony Murray, Head of Growth at Opyl, joins host Peter Birch to discuss the revolution of health research and clinical trials through the use of digital-focused recruitment platform Opin, and AI-driven Analysis Portal, Trial Key. They delve into the current challenges and opportunities in health research, including the barriers to clinical trial participation, the importance of patient advocacy groups, and the role of technology in improving clinical trial recruitment and efficiency.Key Takeaways:Use of Digital Channels for Clinical Trial Recruitment: Using digital channels like social media, search engines, and online platforms for patient recruitment beyond the traditional methods.Importance of Patient Advocacy Groups: The importance of patient advocacy groups in connecting individuals to health research and clinical trials, as well as supporting research advocacy.Accessibility and Inclusivity in Health Research: The need to address the barriers of medical and digital literacy, language, accessibility, and diversity to ensure inclusivity in health research participation.Co-Design and Collaboration: The significance of co-design and collaboration between researchers, sponsors, and participants to create meaningful and inclusive clinical trials that represent the diversity of the population.Timestamps:[00:00] - Introduction [01:21] - Meet Anthony Murray[02:24] The statistical risk behind health research and the traditional methods of finding volunteers for clinical trials.[04:46] Advantages of messaging beyond patient lists and the role of technology in expanding referral networks for clinical trial participation.[07:42] Importance of considering lived experience and the challenges related to medical and digital literacy in clinical trial communication.[09:09] Trends in the number of clinical trials in Australia and the barriers to participation, including language, accessibility, and diversity.[11:21] Launch of the world's first registry with accessible language to facilitate clinical trial search and participation.[13:17] Importance of co-design and diversity in clinical trials and the challenges of accessibility and inclusivity.[:15:12] Collaboration with Bio New South Wales and the focus on commercialization and support for healthcare innovators.[17:51] The role of Opyl in connecting to patient advocacy groups and building digital hubs for education on health research participation.Access the full episode article on the Talking HealthTech website.Loving the show? Leave us a review, and share it with someone who might get some value from it.Keen to take your healthtech to the next level? Become a THT+ Member for access to our online community forum and more exclusive content. For more information, visit talkinghealthtech.com/thtplus.
December 3, 2023
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
In a rare moment of navel-gazing, Ben catches up with friend of the pod Anto Neosoul - host of the Unlock Your Soul Podcast, and Nya Mona Muchemi - host of the hit podcast AfriWetu on how podcasting is democratizing content-creation, challenging harmful social attitudes and practices, and fighting back against misinformation that clutters too much of our digital feeds these days.
Unlock Your Soul Podcast
A Shot In the Arm Podcast
Directed and produced by Nick Mutuma at Giraffe @shotbygiraffe. Executive Producer Erik Espera of NewsDocMedia https://newsdocmedia.com
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December 3, 2023
Y-Isha Raphael asks two young Kenyan content creators how gender social norms are changing in a rapidly-evolving world of instagram and TikTok after COVID lockdowns. And they ask the tough question: are men really still the providers in 21st century Kenya?
Y-Isha Raphael @shesinprogress.sa
Claudia naisabwa @Claudia_naisabwa
Narayan mbugua @_na.rayan _
This podcast was recorded at Shujaaz as part of a collaboration with the Global Listening Project and LVCT Health, with funding from The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. It was produced and directed by Nick Mutuma and the team at Giraffe @shotbygiraffe
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December 3, 2023
We sit down with guest Andrew Wilner, a neurologist, to explore the transformative impact of artificial intelligence on medicine. Join us as we discuss how AI is changing the role of health care professionals, the tasks it can take over, its limitations, and the enduring importance of the patient-physician relationship. Andrew Wilner is a neurologist. He discusses the KevinMD article, "Will artificial intelligence replace physicians?" Our presenting sponsor is Nuance, a Microsoft company. Together, Microsoft and Nuance are leveraging their rich digital technology and advanced AI capabilities to tackle some of health care's biggest challenges. AI-driven technology promises to revolutionize patient and provider experiences with clinical documentation that writes itself. The Nuance Dragon Ambient eXperience, or DAX for short, is a voice-enabled solution that automatically captures patient encounters securely and accurately at the point of care. DAX Copilot combines proven conversational and ambient AI with the most advanced generative AI in a mobile application that integrates directly with your existing workflows. Physicians who use DAX have reported a 50 percent decrease in documentation time and a 70 percent reduction in feelings of burnout, and 85 percent of patients say their physician is more personable and conversational. Discover AI-powered clinical documentation that writes itself. Visit https://nuance.com/daxinaction to see a 12-minute DAX Copilot demo. VISIT SPONSOR → https://nuance.com/daxinaction SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST → https://www.kevinmd.com/podcast RECOMMENDED BY KEVINMD → https://www.kevinmd.com/recommended GET CME FOR THIS EPISODE → https://earnc.me/1InS9Z Powered by CMEfy.
December 3, 2023