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Tony welcomes Camila Smith, LCSW, to the Virtual Couch. Camila is a psychotherapist, educator, and the Chief Clinical Officer of Bekome (http://joinbekome.co). Camila specializes in gut health, with an advanced doctoral focus in mental health and clinical nutrition. Tony and Camila talk about the current state of the mental health system as practitioners which often view mental health as solely in the brain. They discuss a more integrated view of mental wellness, including Camila's passion for taking a more holistic view, including not only therapy and exercise but, more importantly, nutrition and understanding the role that your gut health plays in mental well-being, especially concerning anxiety. Learn more about Bekome, and its customized supplements by visiting http://joinbekome.co). You can get 30% off Bekome's customized supplements by using code Tony30 at checkout. And follow Tony on the Virtual Couch YouTube channel to see a sneak preview of his upcoming podcast "Murder on the Couch," where True Crime meets therapy, co-hosted with his daughter Sydney. You can watch a pre-release clip here https://youtu.be/-RkRq8SrQy0 Subscribe to Tony's latest podcast, "Waking Up to Narcissism Q&A - Premium Podcast," on the Apple Podcast App. https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/waking-up-to-narcissism-q-a/id1667287384 Go to http://tonyoverbay.com/workshop to sign up for Tony's "Magnetize Your Marriage" virtual workshop. The cost is only $19, and you'll learn the top 3 things you can do NOW to create a Magnetic Marriage. You can learn more about Tony's pornography recovery program, The Path Back, by visiting http://pathbackrecovery.com And visit http://tonyoverbay.com and sign up to receive updates on upcoming programs and podcasts. Tony mentioned a product that he used to take out all of the "uh's" and "um's" that, in his words, "must be created by wizards and magic!" because it's that good! To learn more about Descript, click here https://descript.com?lmref=bSWcEQ
This episode features Dr. Michael Dolan, Co-Chief Clinical Officer at Bellin Health & Gundersen Health System. Here, he discusses his background & what led him to his current role, what it takes to thrive in an organization for 20-30+ years, top priorities for 2023, and more.
In this episode, Heather speaks with Cynthia Grant, Chief Clinical Officer at AllHealth Network, about her surprising and traumatic background, the lens that he sees the world and thus engages with her people and a time when she was not the best leader she could be. Cynthia shares tremendous leadership tips, but just listening to her is inspirational.
About Today's GuestsDr. Heidi KraftHeidi Squier Kraft received her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from the UC San Diego/SDSU Joint Doctoral Program in Clinical Psychology in 1996. She joined the Navy during her internship at Duke University Medical Center and went on to serve as both a flight and clinical psychologist. Her active duty assignments included the Naval Safety Center, the Naval Health Research Center and Naval Hospital Jacksonville, FL. While on flight status, she flew in nearly every aircraft in the Navy and Marine Corps inventory, including more than 100 hours in the F/A-18 Hornet, primarily with Marine Corps squadrons. In February 2004, she deployed to western Iraq for seven months with a Marine Corps surgical company, when her boy and girl twins were 15-months-old. Rule Number Two is a memoir of that experience.Dr. Kraft left active duty in 2005, after nine years in the Navy. She currently serves as Chief Clinical Officer at PsychArmor Institute, a national non-profit that provides free online education for those who live with, care for, and work with military Veterans. She is frequently invited to speak at conferences and panels on combat stress, stigma and caring for the caregiver. She is a lecturer at San Diego State University, where she teaches Stress, Trauma and the Psychological Experience of Combat, Health Psychology, Abnormal Psychology, and Infant and Child Development. Dr. Kraft lives in San Diego with her husband Mike, a former Marine Harrier pilot. Her twins Brian and Meg, who have no memory of their mother's time in Iraq, are college freshmen now.Dr. Ted BonarTed C. Bonar, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and a nationally recognized trainer and speaker at conferences and universities. An independent professional based in Columbus, OH, he operates a successful private practice and is known as a Subject Matter Expert in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Suicide, and matters related to military and veteran mental health concerns. He serves on the Healthcare Advisory Committee for PsychArmor Institute, and was previously the Chief of Continuing Education Programs at the Center for Deployment Psychology (CDP) where he oversaw and implemented training programs focused on common military-related behavioral healthcare concerns, evidence-based treatment of PTSD, and suicide prevention and treatment. He is also a National Trainer trainer in Mental Health First Aid.Dr. Bonar has spoken at over 200 universities, national conferences, and continuing education events, including special projects for Brady United, PsychArmor Institute, the Defense Suicide Prevention Office (DSPO), the American Association of Suicidology (AAS), the National Center for Veterans Studies at the University of Utah, PsychHub, Inc., and the National Council for Behavioral Health. Dr. Bonar has held clinical positions at the Jesse Brown VA Medical Center in Chicago, The Ohio State University Counseling and Consultation Service, the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Counseling Center, and private practice in both Bethesda, MD and Columbus, OH. Dr. Bonar was awarded the 2013 Distinguished Alum award by the Illinois School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University/Chicago.Dr. Kyleanne HunterDr. Kyleanne Hunter is an Assistant Professor of Military and Strategic Studies at the United States Air Force Academy (USAFA). She is also a Nonresident Fellow at the Brute Krulak Center for Innovation and Creativity at Marine Corps University and a Senior Adjunct Fellow at the Center for New American Security (CNAS). Kyleanne is the former Chair of the Employment and Integration Subcommittee for the Secretary of Defense's Advisory Committee on Women in the Services. Her research focuses on military gender integration and defense policy, with an emphasis on military effectiveness in irregular warfare. She is the co-director of the CNAS-sponsored Athena Leadership Project, which studies the impact that women (both in the military and elected office) have had on the conduct of the Global War on Terror. She has authored several government policy reports, peer-reviewed articles and book chapters, and has a forthcoming book. Her work has also appeared in popular press such as New York Times, Washington Post, War on the Rocks, and she has appeared as a subject matter expert on multiple TV new programs. Prior to earning her PhD, Kyleanne was a Marine Corps Officer, serving multiple combat tours as an AH-1W “Super Cobra” attack pilot in Iraq and Afghanistan, and as the Marine Corps Legislative Liaison Officer to the House of Representatives. She was part of the Department of Veterans' Affairs Inaugural Class of Women Trailblazers and member of the board of advisors for the Stanley Center funded IMPACT: Peace program.Links Mentioned In This EpisodeStack UpVeterans, Suicide Prevention, and Safe Storage Twitch StreamDr. Hunter's USAFA PageDr. Bonar's Web PageDr. Kraft's PsychArmor PageClinical Readiness ProjectBradyPsychArmor Resource of the WeekThis week's PsychArmor resource of the week, is the PsychArmor ourses related to Suicide Prevention, Intervention and Postvention. Suicide in America is a critical issue, with high rates in service members and Veterans. Asking the right questions and feeling confident about how to help are the first steps in preventing someone from dying by suicide. We hope these courses will help you to be a lifeline and be there for someone in need.With generous funding from the NFL Foundation, PsychArmor Institute presents a portfolio that promises to provide vital education and information about Suicide Prevention, Intervention, and Postvention for healthcare providers, service members, Veterans, families, caregivers and the community-at-large. You can find the link to this resource here: https://psycharmor.org/suicide-prevention-intervention-postvention/ This Episode Sponsored By: This episode is sponsored by PsychArmor, the premier education and learning ecosystem specializing in military culture content. PsychArmor offers an online e-learning laboratory with custom training options for organizations.Contact Us and Join Us on Social Media Email PsychArmorPsychArmor on TwitterPsychArmor on FacebookPsychArmor on YouTubePsychArmor on LinkedInPsychArmor on InstagramTheme MusicOur theme music Don't Kill the Messenger was written and performed by Navy Veteran Jerry Maniscalco, in cooperation with Operation Encore, a non profit committed to supporting singer/songwriter and musicians across the military and Veteran communities.Producer and Host Duane France is a retired Army Noncommissioned Officer, combat veteran, and clinical mental health counselor for service members, veterans, and their families. You can find more about the work that he is doing at www.veteranmentalhealth.com
In this conversation with Registered Dietitian Adrien Paczosa we dive into the neuro-biochemistry behind food and its connection to aspects of mental health. Listen in for why carbs play such an important role and the lesser-known surprise benefits of potassium-rich foods! Adrien is the Chief Clinical Officer and Founder of the tele-nutrition company Nourish and host of the podcast Fearless Practitioners. In the show, we have a nice chat about the value of these two areas in which she practices too! Listen in to learn more. Here is the link to her handout on food and mood! https://www.usenourish.com/food-and-mood More about Adrien: Adrien Paczosa (RD, LD, CDERD-S) has more than 20 years of experience working in the dietetic field with a focus on eating disorders, neurochemistry nutrition, and business development. In 2007, Paczosa founded and opened her first private practice in Austin, Texas called iLiveWell Nutrition. Paczosa combined evidence-based nutrition science with a compassionate approach to counseling patients to deliver health outcomes and improve patients' day-to-day lives. She has personally counseled hundreds of patients ranging from severe eating disorder cases to diabetics to high- performance athletes. A few years later, iLiveWell Nutrition has become Nourish — a nationwide, virtual-first nutrition group focused on addressing America's healthcare crisis through greater access to nutrition care. Paczosa now serves as the Chief Clinical Officer of Nourish and what started out as just an idea now serves thousands of patients, nearly all of whom use the service via telehealth and are completely covered by their health insurance. You can find and follow Adrien at: firstname.lastname@example.org www.usenourish.com From Shame Free Eating: Food Freedom To Do List - Free Workshop As always reach out if you would like to talk. Schedule a free consult at shamefreeeating.com. We can talk about your story and where you might be stuck or could use some support. • Check out my schedule here • Join the Shame Free Eating Live private FB group • Shame Free Eating on Instagram
Rebecca Love, RN, BS, MSN, FIEL, Chief Clinical Officer of IntelyCare and TED speaker, shares her perspectives on how health systems today are struggling with nursing challenges largely put into motion over one hundred years ago. As well as how nurses are not only continually expected to do continually do more, but are also expected to bare the risks of system-driven decisions as well.
Adrien Pocszosa RD, LD, CEDRD-S is the Chief Clinical Officer of Nourish - a national tele-nutrition company with all anti-diet dietitians - and host of Fearless Practitioners. Adrien is passionate about making good quality, weight neutral care accessible to all. She started out her own small private practice which grew into what it is today - Nourish. You will hear throughout this episode how she put her fear aside and built up a huge company. I understand the debate between taking insurance and not, so that is an interesting thing to pay attention to as well. I also just want to make good nutrition care accessible- but how do we do that? We, as the clinician also have to care for ourselves and make sure we don't burn out. Intuitive Eating is so much about honoring ourselves, our needs, our limits and I think this episode does a great job tackling all these issues. If anything, I just want to get you to think! Check out all of Adrien's sites here: https://www.usenourish.com/ https://www.instagram.com/usenourish/ https://www.tiktok.com/@usenourish https://www.instagram.com/adrienpaczosa/ https://www.tiktok.com/@adrienpaczosa If you are looking to make peace with food through the intuitive eating process, you can reach out to work with me one on one or you can sign up for my group counseling (email me at email@example.com to be added to the next group). This will include weekly zoom calls, a private WhatsApp community with like minded women, and more support from me! I'd love to have you so please reach out. If you'd like to sign up for 1-1 counseling, you can fill out my application here https://gilaglassberg.com/video-application/ Please let me know if you have any questions, comments or concerns- email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you have any specific topic requests or people you'd like to see on the podcast, let me know as well. Thank you for being here and for listening! If you have gained from this episode or any of my content, please leave a rating and review and share it with those who can benefit. This is how the podcast moves up on Apple Podcast and more people can hear this information. Check out my Intuitive Eating self paced course here: https://gila-glassberg-intuitive-nutrition.teachable.com/p/intuitive-eating/ Have a great day and thank you for being here! If you are ready to make peace with food, check out my website www.gilaglassberg.com and apply for a free 20 minute clarity call. I look forward to hearing from you! https://gilaglassberg.com/scheduling/ If you'd like to learn more about what I do, follow me on Instagram @gila.glassberg.intuitiveRD. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/gila-glassberg/support
Responder Health is a program designed and managed by Armor Up America that specializes in supporting first responders and their families. First responders endure chronic stress and trauma that has a direct impact on their well-being. Responder Health provides the education, resources, and community they need to live healthy lives. Their team is comprised of current and former first responders and essential workers, with extensive, lived, and learned experiences in the field. Youturn Health's Chief Clinical Officer, Rich Jones, recently had a round table discussion with individuals from this organization who are on a mission to provide the best possible behavioral health services to first responders. They discuss what has not been helpful in the past and the best model for success moving forward. This team is making major strides in supporting the ones who take care of us all!Included in this podcast discussion with Rich Jones are:Sean RileyCo-Executive Director, Armor Up America Founder, Safe Call NowSean started his law enforcement career as San Diego County Deputy Sheriff in 1987 and then relocated to Washington in 1990 and spent over 16 years with the Kirkland Police Department. Sean's many accomplishments include being a member of the International Homicide Investigator's Association, a Homicide and Sexual Assault Detective, a D.A.R.E. Officer, a Gang Officer, and a certified trainer. He is also credited with solving one of the first-ever elder abuse homicide cases in the nation. Recognized as an exciting national keynote speaker and trainer in high demand, Sean travels throughout the United States to share his inspirational story, and cutting-edge training in a non-traditional, interactive format. Riley hits those controversial topics “head-on” that have traditionally been taboo in the first responder population.Safe Call Now® provides public safety employees, all emergency services personnel, and their family members nationwide with a simple and confidential way to ask for help. Staffed by first responders, former first responders, and public safety professionals, Safe Call Now® is a safe and confidential place to turn to get help from individuals who understand the demands of a first responder career.Dr. Jorey Krawczyn Experienced University Instructor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Law Enforcement Instruction, Expert Witness, Research, Psychological Testing, and Teaching. Strong research professional with a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) focused in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University Sarasota.Dr. Olivia Johnson Dr. Olivia Johnson is the Founder of the Blue Wall Institute, a former police officer, and a military veteran. She currently conducts research, training, consultation, and needs assessments for law enforcement agencies nationwide regarding health, wellness, and safety both on and off duty. She is a leading subject expert in the field of officer suicide and inoculation efforts to reduce these tragic deaths. Vanessa RileyVanessa Riley is the President and Co-Founder of Armor Up West Virginia and the Director of Family Services for Armor Up America.In her capacity, she provides critical and much-needed services to first responder family members 24/7. Vanessa is also a national keynote speaker and shares her experience of strength and hope around the country.Vanessa walks family members through her experiences of an officer-involved shooting, untreated trauma which led to addiction and domestic violence in her home, and the path to healing and recovery.https://responderhealth.com/https://www.bw-institute.com/
Healthcare innovation is on the rise and getting a lot of attention, but is it getting the RIGHT attention? The kind it not only deserves, but needs? Coming up with solutions that fit existing problems and drive adoption has always been a difficult process for innovators, but when we don't talk to the right people during that process, it gets even harder. Sometimes finding the right people can be tricky, but the real shocker is this: Sometimes they're already present, right under our noses - we just don't see their value. Rebecca Love has built her career and reputation around empowering nurses to lend their voices in an attempt to build stronger communities that can transform healthcare. She believes that solving problems and scaling solutions so they work for the greater good is the whole point of healthcare. And we have all the parts needed to accomplish this feat, we just need to put them in the right order. So, join us as Rebecca gets into the details around how she's pushing to forge a bolder, more innovative path to better healthcare by empowering nurses and giving them a voice (and seat) at the innovation table! Here are the show highlights: This is how to achieve the best problem-solution fit (9:30) Solving problems and scaling that solution to work for many (11:12) Is there a nursing shortage on the horizon? (14:33) Transforming reimbursement models (22:36) The fundamental need for healthcare innovation (25:33) Optimizing healthcare workforces (27:58) Guest Bio Rebecca Love is Chief Clinical Officer at Intelycare, an AI-based healthcare workforce management platform. Her extensive nursing experience earned her the recognition as the first nurse featured on Ted.com, and as one of Modern Healthcare's most influential people in healthcare in 2022. Rebecca is passionate about empowering nurses and creating communities that can transform healthcare. Rebecca holds a M.S. in Nursing from Northeastern University, B.A. in International Relations/Spanish from Boston University. If you want more information about Intelycare or Rebecca Love's work, you can reach out to her on LinkedIn at @RebeccaLove.
Listen in today as our host Kelsie Heermans sits down with an amazing group of forward thinking individuals that have been involved in designing a wonderful memory care community located within the campus of Meadowood. Meadowood is a Continuing Care Retirement Community located on a 135-acre campus in Worchester, Pennsylvania. This design and pictures can be found at McLean Memory Care on Haven Senior Investments website. Paul Nodreman, President and CEO and Regina Farrell, VP of Health Services and Chief Clinical Officer of Meadowood come together with Eric McRoberts, Partner and Kristen Novak, Senior Interior Designer/Director from RLPS Architects to discuss a carefully designed environment that has created amazing outcomes for the residents and staff at McLean Memory Care. Learn more about this design at https://www.rlps.com/projects/meadowood-mclean-memory-care/
"Diet culture is this pervasive belief that your body shape is more important than your physical physical and psychological well being"As a Registered Dietitian, intuitive eating is a huge part of my practice. This goes against the grain of what's been popular in society. Noom, Weight Watchers, Keto, SlimFast, billions of dollars gets thrown into diets. Diets and marketing that tell us, if we are smaller, we are better. If we are smaller, we are beautiful. It is part of my legacy, that I help my clients and my audience to realize how dangerous these beliefs about weight can be. I have brought Adrien, another experienced RD, to help me unpack diet culture and discuss why our mental and physical health is at risk. Adrien Paczosa (RD, LD, CDERD-S) has more than 20 years of experience working in the dietetic field with a focus on eating disorders, neurochemistry nutrition, and business development. In 2007, Paczosa founded and opened her first private practice in Austin, Texas called iLiveWell Nutrition. Paczosa combined evidence-based nutrition science with a compassionate approach to counseling patients to deliver health outcomes and improve patients' day-to-day lives. Since then, iLiveWell Nutrition has become Nourish — a nationwide, virtual-first nutrition group focused on addressing America's healthcare crisis through greater access to nutrition care. Paczosa now serves as the Chief Clinical Officer of Nourish and what started out as just an idea now serves thousands of patients, nearly all of whom use the service via telehealth and are completely covered by their health insurance.Resources from this Episode: Don't Weigh Me CardsBook Recommendations:Intuitive Eating The Antidiet BookPodcast Recommendations: Maintenance Phase Food Psycheatriight.org - Find a dietitian If you want to connect with Adrien, visit the following:Instagram: @AdrienPaczosaInstagram: @UseNourishWebsite: UseNourish.comHow can I work with Plant Centered Nutrition? One on One Coaching"Positively Plant-Based": the Online CourseIf you want to connect with Ashley, visit the following:Instagram: @plantcenterednutritionWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered NutritionIf you want to connect with Katie, visit the following:Instagram: @plantcenteredkatieWebsite: plantcenterednutrition.usFacebook: Plant Centered Nutrition
Many thanks to Emily Santagati, M.Ed, BCBA, LABA, for joining me on The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner. Emily discovered during high school that she had a special place in her heart for helping people with disabilities. To pursue her goals, she achieved a Masters in Education and board-certification as a behavior analyst. Emily is the Chief Clinical Officer of the ABA Centers of America, which offers behavior treatment for autism and other disorders. Because ABA therapy is individualized, it can be challenging to describe. Emily is here today to explain the background behind ABA therapy and how it can be applied to improve patient outcomes.If you are a teacher, have a child with autism, or know someone who does, you will find our conversation informative and valuable. Please join us for this 30-minute discussion.For more information about ABA therapy, contact Emily at the company's website:https://www.abacenters.com/For those interested in learning more about ABA Therapy, Emily suggested this resource: www.ASATonline.org.You can listen to "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" on the web: https://andrewwilner.buzzsprout.com/ or streaming on your favorite podcast player! Please search for "The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner" on Amazon, Apple, Google, iHeart, Spotify, Stitcher, and many others! You can watch “The Art of Medicine with Dr. Andrew Wilner” on Youtube here: www.youtube.com/c/andrewwilnermdauthorFeedback is welcome! Please rate, review, and share every episode you learn from and enjoy! You'll find a new program every two weeks.To receive the latest updates and links, please join my email list at: www.andrewwilner.comTo help fund this program: https://www.patreon.com/andrewwilner Finally, this production has been made possible in part by support from “The Art of Medicine's” wonderful sponsor, Locumstory.com. If you are interested in locum tenens, or considering a new full-time position, please go to Locumstory.com. Or paste this link into your browser:https://locumstory.com/?source=DSP_directbuy_drwilnerpodcast_physician_general Tell them Dr. Wilner sent you! Thanks for listening!PS: For some nonmedical entertainment, watch "Underwater with Dr. Andrew" on YouTube: www.youtube.com/c/andrewwilner
The right wheelchair can transform someone's life by allowing them to attend school, helping them participate in their community, and more. This episode's guests share how their company Participant Assistive Products works to bring affordable, high-quality mobility products to children all over the world. Keoke King, Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of Participant Assistive Products, describes what makes their products unique and how they reach underserved communities. Next, Dave Calver, Participant's Chief Clinical Officer and Co-Founder, shares stories from people in Mexico and Colombia who've used their new Cub wheelchair, and how it benefits people.
Responder Health is a program designed and managed by Armor Up America that specializes in supporting first responders and their families. First responders endure chronic stress and trauma that has a direct impact on their well-being. Responder Health provides the education, resources, and community they need to live healthy lives. Their team is comprised of current and former first responders and essential workers, with extensive, lived, and learned experiences in the field. Youturn Health's Chief Clinical Officer, Rich Jones, recently had a round table discussion with individuals from this organization who are on a mission to provide the best possible behavioral health services to first responders. They discuss what has not been helpful in the past and the best model for success moving forward. This team is making major strides in supporting the ones who take care of us all!Included in this podcast discussion with Rich Jones are:Sean RileyCo-Executive Director, Armor Up America Founder, Safe Call NowSean started his law enforcement career as San Diego County Deputy Sheriff in 1987 and then relocated to Washington in 1990 and spent over 16 years with the Kirkland Police Department. Sean's many accomplishments include being a member of the International Homicide Investigator's Association, a Homicide and Sexual Assault Detective, a D.A.R.E. Officer, a Gang Officer, and a certified trainer. He is also credited with solving one of the first-ever elder abuse homicide cases in the nation. Recognized as an exciting national keynote speaker and trainer in high demand, Sean travels throughout the United States to share his inspirational story, and cutting-edge training in a non-traditional, interactive format. Riley hits those controversial topics “head-on” that have traditionally been taboo in the first responder population.Safe Call Now® provides public safety employees, all emergency services personnel, and their family members nationwide with a simple and confidential way to ask for help. Staffed by first responders, former first responders, and public safety professionals, Safe Call Now® is a safe and confidential place to turn to get help from individuals who understand the demands of a first responder career.Dr. Jorey Krawczyn Experienced University Instructor with a demonstrated history of working in the higher education industry. Skilled in Law Enforcement Instruction, Expert Witness, Research, Psychological Testing, and Teaching. Strong research professional with a Doctor of Education (Ed.D.) focused in Counseling Psychology from Argosy University Sarasota.Dr. Olivia Johnson Dr. Olivia Johnson is the Founder of the Blue Wall Institute, a former police officer, and a military veteran. She currently conducts research, training, consultation, and needs assessments for law enforcement agencies nationwide regarding health, wellness, and safety both on and off duty. She is a leading subject expert in the field of officer suicide and inoculation efforts to reduce these tragic deaths. Vanessa RileyVanessa Riley is the President and Co-Founder of Armor Up West Virginia and the Director of Family Services for Armor Up America.In her capacity, she provides critical and much-needed services to first responder family members 24/7. Vanessa is also a national keynote speaker and shares her experience of strength and hope around the country.Vanessa walks family members through her experiences of an officer-involved shooting, untreated trauma which led to addiction and domestic violence in her home, and the path to healing and recovery.https://responderhealth.com/
The guest for the last episode of this season is Bonnie Clipper, a nurse futurist and thought leader, a former chief nurse executive, a fellow at the American Academy of Nursing, a startup coach, a consultant, a faculty member at multiple schools of nursing and the Chief Clinical Officer at Wambi. Bonnie is a repeat visitor who came on the show last season to chat with Dan about the future of nursing in a conversation that got pretty spirited at times but seemed to resonate with many of you, as it became our most downloaded episode ever. She's back to talk specifically about the skill set, attitude and competencies that nurse leaders need to survive in a post-COVID world based on her experience consulting and working with a variety of hospitals around the country. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen/
Lisbeth Votruba, Chief Clinical Officer at AvaSure, reflects on the challenges for nurses and hospitals in these times of nursing shortages, burnout, and expedited retirements. The AvaSure solutions provide virtual nursing, safety monitoring, and expert virtual nursing to monitor critically ill and high-acuity patients. Experienced nurses and those trained as virtual nurses embrace this solution as a way to care for patients while supporting the efficient use of hospital resources for bedside care. Lisbeth explains, "The first model that I'll talk about is the Telesitter® solution, which supports nurses indirectly. This involves using mobile devices or sometimes fixed cameras with really amazing audio in patient rooms. We are using that to keep patients safe, prevent falls, prevent elopement. This also was used to protect nurses from COVID because patients were ripping off their oxygen masks because they were confused and reminding them to put their masks back on again." "Prior to this revolution in virtual patient monitoring in the hospital setting, the only thing that hospitals could think to do was assign one-to-one what they called "sitters" to confused or at-risk patients. So 5% of the hospital census would have a staff member, not a nurse, a nursing assistant sitting 24/7, watching them and trying to keep them safe physically. The Telesitter® solution allows one remote, trained staff member to monitor 12 to 16 patients, interacting with them, talking to them, and sometimes needing to use alarms to keep them safe. That frees up that bedside staff to be back out helping the rest of the care unit." @AvaSure #VirtualNurse #VirtualCare #NurseLeaders #RegisteredNurse #AcuteCare #Nurses #Telesitter #Hospitals #DigitalHealth AvaSure.com Download the transcript here
Lisbeth Votruba, Chief Clinical Officer at AvaSure, reflects on the challenges for nurses and hospitals in these times of nursing shortages, burnout, and expedited retirements. The AvaSure solutions provide virtual nursing, safety monitoring, and expert virtual nursing to monitor critically ill and high-acuity patients. Experienced nurses and those trained as virtual nurses embrace this solution as a way to care for patients while supporting the efficient use of hospital resources for bedside care. Lisbeth explains, "The first model that I'll talk about is the Telesitter® solution, which supports nurses indirectly. This involves using mobile devices or sometimes fixed cameras with really amazing audio in patient rooms. We are using that to keep patients safe, prevent falls, prevent elopement. This also was used to protect nurses from COVID because patients were ripping off their oxygen masks because they were confused and reminding them to put their masks back on again." "Prior to this revolution in virtual patient monitoring in the hospital setting, the only thing that hospitals could think to do was assign one-to-one what they called "sitters" to confused or at-risk patients. So 5% of the hospital census would have a staff member, not a nurse, a nursing assistant sitting 24/7, watching them and trying to keep them safe physically. The Telesitter® solution allows one remote, trained staff member to monitor 12 to 16 patients, interacting with them, talking to them, and sometimes needing to use alarms to keep them safe. That frees up that bedside staff to be back out helping the rest of the care unit." @AvaSure #VirtualNurse #VirtualCare #NurseLeaders #RegisteredNurse #AcuteCare #Nurses #Telesitter #Hospitals #DigitalHealth AvaSure.com Listen to the podcast here
In this episode of the podcast, Dr. Erin Donaldson hosts Michael Chapman, Director of Product Innovation, and Patti Devers, Chief Clinical Officer, of Genova Diagnostics. This global, clinical laboratory is pioneering a system-based approach that supports healthcare providers in personalizing treatment and prevention of chronic disease. Together, they discuss the specifics of Genova's diagnostics tests – for gut health, methylation, nutrient deficiencies, and more – and the key biomarkers that have major implications on our health and disease risk.
Our guest for our last episode of this season is Bonnie Clipper, a nurse futurist and thought leader, a former chief nurse executive, a fellow at the American Academy of Nursing, a startup coach, a consultant, a faculty member at multiple schools of nursing and the Chief Clinical Officer at Wambi. Bonnie is a repeat visitor who came on the show last season to chat with Dan about the future of nursing in a conversation that got pretty spirited at times but seemed to resonate with many of you, as it became our most downloaded episode ever. Today she's back to talk specifically about the skill set, attitude and competencies that nurse leaders need to survive in a post-COVID world based on her experience consulting and working with a variety of hospitals around the country. Links to recommended reading: Episode 73: A candid conversation about the state of nursing The Nurse's Guide to Innovation: Accelerating the Journey The Nurse Manager's Guide to an Intergenerational Workforce The full transcript for this episode can be found here: works.trustedhealth.com/handoff/bonnie-clipper-nurse-leader
Camila Smith, LCSW, DHSc, is a licensed psychotherapist, anxiety expert, and Chief Clinical Officer at bekome. Bekome is a mental wellness company that formulated an all-natural supplement to help alleviate anxiety, and focuses on empowering individuals to regain control of their wellbeing through education, nutrition, and consultation.Listeners can get a 30% discount on bekome supplements by using code: Evan30Bekome truly values personal and personalized care and offers a complimentary 15-minute consultation: Link below for free consultation:https://calendly.com/camilasmith/15min Learn more about Camila here!Learn more about Path to Podcast Success here!
Hi Navigators! Catherine and Francis are excited to welcome Heather Russo, LMFT, CEDS-S, Chief Clinical Officer at Alsana, an eating disorder recovery community and treatment proivder with programs in Alabama, California, and Missouri (as well as virtual services nation-wide). Heather is responsible for nurturing the growth and success of Alsana's clinical treatment teams and maintaining the integrity and efficacy of the Adaptive Care Model®'s Therapeutic Dimension. The discussion was very insightful, and covered topics about adaptable and different approaches to nutrition and movement in treatment spaces, with an ultimate mission of being more inclusive. We very much appreciated Heather's perspective and knowledge, and look forward to following all the great work she's doing in the eating disorder care and healing space. Thank you, Heather!CW: eating disorder behaviors, eating disorder treatment spaces, mention of trauma histories, clinical work, family dynamics
Are you aware that some of the most famous inventors, entertainers, scientists, athletes, musicians, and writers were diagnosed with autism? Albert Einstein, Dan Akroyd, Emily Dickinson, Armani Williams, Bill Gates, and Elon Musk. My next guest, Tahra Cessna, understands that no matter what traits of autism you or your loved one may have, a person with autism has their own unique strengths and abilities. People without autism often have a range of interests and can easily switch focus from one topic or activity to another and may not commit to excelling at one particular thing; people with autism may have a limited and narrow range of interests.This characteristic may contribute to the success that many people with ASD experience in life. By focusing on and maintaining one core interest for years or even for most of one's life, the person with ASD can use this interest to accomplish great things.Tahra Cessna is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst, and the Chief Clinical Officer for Positive Behavior Supports Corp. She received her BCaBA certification in 2008 and her BCBA certification in 2016. In the 13 years that Tahra has worked with the agency, she has supported growth from a small pocket in South Florida with less than 150 clients to serving individuals with unique needs across 24 states and Canada with nearly 7,000 active clients. Tahra has used a model as a springboard to develop new leaders and expand the organization from 1 region to 71 regions. Tahra's work with the agency and nearly 20 years of working in the field of applied behavior analysis have led to multiple publications on the topics of transitions, quality of life, and sexuality education and afforded more than 100 speaking opportunities at the national and international levels. A former educator, Tahra recognized the deficits of public and private schools in her area, which led her to open the Treasure Coast Autism Project or TCAP, a private, non-profit school for children on the autism spectrum. The school began in August of 2011, serving 11 students ages 8 to 11 in one classroom, and has expanded to help hundreds of elementary through high school students. Before her work with Positive Behavior Supports Corp. and The Treasure Coast Autism Project, Tahra was the Director and founder of Behavioral Building Blocks, where she and her team provided wrap-around Applied Behavior Analysis services within a clinic and home and community settings to over 75 individuals with special needs over the course of four years. Tahra is passionate about enhancing the quality of life for her clients and her team and uses the principles of organizational behavioral management to improve individual and group performance to guide Clinical and Regional Directors in attaining their personal and professional goals.
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Mark Adams, Chief Clinical Officer at ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers, to discuss the future and technological improvements of the implant industry.This episode is sponsored by Aspen Dental.
In this episode, we are joined by Dr. Mark Adams, Chief Clinical Officer at ClearChoice Dental Implant Centers, to discuss the future and technological improvements of the implant industry.This episode is sponsored by Aspen Dental.
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:
The end of life is not easy....for anyone. Thankfully, we have the Hospice of the Chesapeake. Hospice was a bit of a mystery to me, so we sat down with Becky Miller, the Chief Clinical Officer. The services they offer to patients, families, and friends are so far-reaching that their footprint has expanded. The Hospice of the Chesapeake now covers Anne Arundel, Charles, Calvert, and Prince George's Counties. We learn about the vast programs and how they are intricately woven into our care system with compassion and caring! Have a listen! Links: Hospice of the Chesapeake (Website) Hospice of the Chesapeake (Twitter) Hospice of the Chesapeake (Facebook) Hospice of the Chesapeake (LinkedIn)
Through the integration of digital and peer recovery supports, JourneyPure was able to double improvement of recovery outcomes compared to treatment as usual. In this interview, Dr. Brian Wind, Chief Clinical Officer of Regard Recovery and JourneyPure, shares how the integration of these supports came about, what results they've seen, and the success they've had in getting reimbursed for those efforts as well.
In this week's episode, Editor of Managed Healthcare Executive, Briana Contreras, had the pleasure of speaking with Chief Clinical Officer of WellSky, Tim Ashe, about the issue of Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services cutting rates for Medicare home health. Tim addressed the solutions that are either underway or those that can potentially preserve access to these services.
Meet the Guests:Dana Udall, Ph.D. is the Chief Clinical Officer at Ginger and Headspace Health. Alison Darcy, Ph.D. is the President and Founder of Woebot Health. Virna Little, Psy.D. is a clinical psychologist and the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Concert Health. Key Insights:This episode explores how different companies are innovating mental healthcare. Personalized Care. It is important that mental health resources reflect the backgrounds and identities of the patients, especially for vulnerable or underrepresented groups. Dr. Udall points out that there is no “one size fits all” for treatment.Mental Health Ally. Woebot is an AI that doesn't replace therapy, rather its complimentary. Dr. Darcy shares that it helps encourage self-directed mental health care and enables patients to better engage in the practices they learn during therapy sessions.Collaborative Care. Dr. Little describes how collaborative care gives patients the flexibility to choose their treatment path. It leverages the trust and relationship patients build with their primary care physician and compliments it with a team of specialists.This episode is part two of a special two-part series on mental health. Check out part one on Her Story! Relevant Links:Check out Dr. Udall's full interviewCheck out Dr. Darcy's full interviewCheck out Dr. Littles full interview
During a 10-minute online survey, agencies were asked to share more about their challenges, successes, and future goals around their employee training programs. Linda Leekley, Chief Clinical Officer, and Todd Austin, President of HCP, recently shared the insights we gained and their advice for the future. If you'd like your own copy of the report, go to https://www.homecarepulse.com/2022-state-of-training-report/.
Host Dr. Nick van Terheyden, aka Dr. Nick, discusses System-Based Thinking Applied to Healthcare with Ankit Rohatagi, Chief Clinical Officer, Assurecare. Their discussion includes diving into Ankit's experience with multiple different health systems, India, UK and the NHS and US and what we can learn, how to apply system based thinking to improve the practice of medicine, & creating better incentives for clinicians to deliver the best care. To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play Healthcare NOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
Doctors Sara and Lisa speak with Dr John Patterson about Health Inequalities. This is the second of our two talks on Health Inequalities, please check out Dr Laura Neilson's talk before this one. Dr John Patterson is a GP and Medical Director of Hope Citadel, as well as their Focused Care Lead and the Chief Clinical Officer for Oldham CCG. We discuss the social determinants of health and a working definition of health inequalities. He talks to us about his journey into tackling health inequalities, his projects, and others of interest. He makes a compelling case as to the importance of health inequalities, and how ‘the right thing is always the smart thing to do'. You can use these podcasts as part of your CPD - we don't do certificates but they still count :) Useful resources: Book: Tackling Causes and Consequences of Health Inequalities: A Practical Guide (2020) Edited By James Matheson, John Patterson, Laura Neilson: https://www.routledge.com/Tackling-Causes-and-Consequences-of-Health-Inequalities-A-Practical-Guide/Matheson-Patterson-Neilson/p/book/9781138499867 Hope Citadel Resources: https://hopecitadel.org.uk/ Focused Care (service model to work with the most vulnerable families in communities): https://focusedcare.org.uk/ The Shared Health Foundation: https://sharedhealthfoundation.org.uk/ Greater Manchester Deprivation GP training programme: https://www.docsindepgpst.org.uk/ The Marmot Review 10 Years On: https://www.health.org.uk/publications/reports/the-marmot-review-10-years-on?gclid=Cj0KCQjwkt6aBhDKARIsAAyeLJ28cEVgCnGVUAgk9SflEGZnM-Q0iZ76by6yxw7R-T0CktbmSGIqllkaAg9CEALw_wcB Doctors John Patterson and Laura Neilson both mention the Eden Project: https://joineden.org/ Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs (discussed as an approach to Health): https://www.gp-training.net/communication-skills/communication-skills-theory/maslows-hierarchy-of-needs Professor Steve Fields (Previously NHS England's Deputy National Medical Director, with the lead responsibility for addressing health inequalities): http://www.homelessnessandhealth.co.uk/events/2017/professor-steve-field/ Interesting Paper Mentioned: North and South: addressing the English health divide, Clare Bambra, Ben Barr, Eugene Milne (2014): https://academic.oup.com/jpubhealth/article/36/2/183/2901779 Related Blog: What can German reunification teach the UK about levelling up? UK policymakers can learn lessons from the German experience to help level up the UK economy Kathrin Enenkel (2021): https://www.centreforcities.org/blog/what-can-german-reunification-teach-the-uk-about-levelling-up/ Common-Wealth health Inequalities Global Research: https://www.common-wealth.co.uk/ David Buck Kings Fund Focused Secondary Prevention in Primary Care is the fastest way to close health inequalities: https://www.kingsfund.org.uk/blog/2011/04/incentivising-public-health-primary-care-learning-qof The Black Report on Health Inequalities in 1980: https://navigator.health.org.uk/theme/black-report-health-inequalities NHS Health Inequalities Oversight Group: https://www.england.nhs.uk/about/equality/equality-hub/national-healthcare-inequalities-improvement-programme/our-approach-to-reducing-healthcare-inequalities/strategic-drivers/ Core20PLUS5 A national approach to reducing health inequalities explained: https://www.england.nhs.uk/about/equality/equality-hub/national-healthcare-inequalities-improvement-programme/core20plus5/ Bentley C and Leaman J Health Inequalities: National Support Team Priority actions based upon best practice that could impact inequalities in mortality and life expectancy in the short term (accessed Oct 2022): https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/215329/dh_130949.pdf ___ We really want to make these episodes relevant and helpful: if you have any questions or want any particular areas covered then contact us on Twitter @PCKBpodcast, or leave a comment on our really quick anonymous survey here: https://pckb.org/feedback ___ This podcast has been made with the support of GP Excellence and Wigan CCG. 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Dr. Amber Valentino, Chief Clinical Officer for Trumpet Behavioral Health where she leads all research and training activities, joins us to discuss the importance of prioritizing research. We delve into the issue of outdated research for those receiving services and the benefits of practitioners publishing needed research. As she shared, “What you want to happen is for a practitioner to pick up an article and say “I can do that. That makes sense.” or “I could modify that in a particular way and apply it to my population.” That's really how our science will inform our practice.” Dr. Valentino also breaks down ways that practitioners can get involved with research with specific guidance from her recent book, Applied Behavior Analysis Research Made Easy: A Handbook for Practitioners Conducting Research Post-Certification. For More Information: Applied Behavior Analysis Research Made Easy: A Handbook Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World
Being a caregiver can be overwhelming. Dr. Madhavi Vemireddy's first son was born with congenital heart disease and at age 5 was diagnosed on the autism spectrum. As a result of her experiences as a Primary Caregiver, Dr. Vemireddy began looking at ways to help other caregivers and provide resources to them she wished she'd had early on in her journey caring for her son. In today's episode, Dr. Vemireddy will talk about her experiences as a Primary Caregiver, how she and her husband cofounded CareTribe and her current work as Chief Clinical Officer at Cleo. About Our Guest: Madhavi Vemireddy MD is Cleo's Chief Clinical Officer, where she is responsible for the clinical and product strategy, member operations, and program outcomes. Madhavi is board certified in Internal Medicine and has over 20 years of experience in advanced clinical analytics, population health programs and digital health products. Being an active caregiver to her eldest son, she and her husband, Jeff Jacques, cofounded CareTribe to provide expert support to family caregivers. Prior to CareTribe, Madhavi was Chief Medical Officer and Head of Product at ActiveHealth Management and Head of Program Design for Aetna Care Management (CVS Health companies), where she led the development of digital health products and services that served over 22 million Americans. Connect with Our Guest: Linkedin | www.linkedin.com/in/madhavivemireddymd
Today, I am super excited to bring you Heidi Jannenga, the founder and Chief Clinical Officer of WebPT. Heidi advises on the company's strategic direction and product innovation while advocating for the rehab therapy profession on an international scale. She co-founded WebPT after recognizing the need for a more sophisticated industry-specific EMR platform and has since guided the company through exponential growth, while garnering national recognition. Heidi brings with her more than 15 years of experience as a physical therapist and multi-clinic site director as well as a passion for healthcare innovation, entrepreneurship, and leadership. Enjoy!Missing the immediate gratification of working with patientsHanding off the things you don't enjoy doingFacilitating our children's relationships with moneyHead to the link below to participate in our 5 Day Challenge! https://www.physicaltherapybiz.com/challenge www.physicaltherapybiz.com/apply PT Everywhere: https://pteverywhere.com/Do you enjoy the podcast? If so, leave us a 5-star review on iTunes and tell a friend to do the same!Are you a member of our free PT Entrepreneur Facebook Group? If not, head to the link below and join the community!https://www.facebook.com/groups/ptentrepreneur/
In this episode Lizzie interviews Dr. Micki Burns, Chief Clinical Officer from Judi's House. Dr. Burns speaks about the works that Judi's House does in child bereavement and how they are expanding their reach of people served. Dr. Burns also speaks about what we can do as individuals to help others who are grieving and how our society can move into becoming a more grief informed society. For more information about Judi's House go to judishouse.org
In this episode of the VetMed Mind:Rachel Teichberg, CVPM, CVBL interviews Dr. Emily Anhalt, a psychologist, emotional fitness consultant, and the CoFounder and Chief Clinical Officer of Coa, your gym for mental health. She studied psychology at the University of Michigan and attained Masters's and Doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology in Berkeley, California. Dr. Anhalt has conducted extensive research with prominent psychologists and entrepreneurs about how leaders can improve their emotional fitness. Dr. Anhalt has matched more than 800 people into therapy and has collaborated with some of the fastest-growing technology companies in the world including Google, Asana, TEDx, Github, NASDAQ, Unilever, Bloomberg, and Salesforce.You can follow Dr. Emily Anhalt and COA on Facebook and InstagramCheck out more on COA at www.joincoa.comAre you a VGP Member and interested in COA? Contact our excellent customer service team to get the latest information on how COA can support your team!The VetMed Mind is a podcast project about sharing inspirational stories, lessons, and successes from the amazing people of the veterinary industry.Have a great story that you want to tell? Let us know! Reach out to us on Facebook @VeterinaryGrowthPartners or Instagram @vgpvet
Today we welcome to the podcast Dr. Reid Robison, who is the Chief Clinical Officer for Numinus and also has several local clinics known as Cedar Psychiatry. He has his own podcast and Instagram, and talks about this subject at great depth there, which we're going to get into today. We talk about the world of psychedelic therapy, how music is important in what we do and how it is really having a powerful effect in the lives of people who are dealing with difficult things such as anxiety, stress, PTSD, suicidal thoughts, and all sorts of things that are widespread today. This is ancient medicine for today's medicine and we hope this can be something that will help those who are struggling. How he's incorporating this medicine into his practice and his backstory 5:26Common ways people get stuck 13:25The harm chart 19:33What has drawn him to this 23:48Coming in for a ketamine treatment 29:36The importance of music as medicine 35:52What medicine is to the mind 42:54The Marsh Chapel experiment 47:34What Dr. Reid gives to people and microdosing 48:55Some of the success stories he has seen 52:09“So far it is synthetic Psilocybin that is still, like at the studies at Johns Hopkins, like in the ones we're doing, still at this dose, bringing about a very strong, mystical type experience, but we would love to use naturally derived Psilocybin from mushrooms, and that's coming I believe.” 49:10www.reidrobison.com
Today, David is talking to Heidi Jannenga. Dr. Heidi Jannenga is a physical therapist, co-founder, Chief Clinical Officer of https://mailtrack.io/trace/link/78123ba3de9275b8be6436427b6e0c20ba117d21?url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.webpt.com%2F&userId=6404295&signature=d4c872feb49feae2 (WebPT), a nine-time Inc. 5000 honoree, and the leading software solution for physical, occupational, and speech therapists. As a member of the board and senior management team, Heidi advises on WebPT's product vision, company culture, branding efforts, and internal operations while advocating for rehab therapists, women leaders, and entrepreneurs on a national and international scale. Since the company launched in 2008, Heidi has guided WebPT through exponential growth. Today, it's the fastest-growing physical therapy software in the country, employing over 800 people and serving more than 90,000 therapy professionals at more than 27,000 clinics. In 2017, Heidi was honored by Health Data Management as one of the most powerful women in IT, and she was a finalist for EY's Entrepreneur of the Year. In 2018, she was named the Ed Denison Business Leader of the Year at the Arizona Technology Council's Governor's Celebration of Innovation. In addition to serving on numerous non-profit leadership boards, Heidi is a proud member of the YPO Scottsdale Chapter and Charter 100 as well as an investor with Golden Seeds, which focuses on women-founded or led organizations. Her latest venture is called https://mailtrack.io/trace/link/0c242978d84f792de5003cafe496031ad510d362?url=http%3A%2F%2Frizing-tide.com&userId=6404295&signature=b76aa433648f7a13 (Rizing Tide), which is a foundation dedicated to fostering diversity and inclusiveness in the physical therapy workforce. Heidi is a mother to her 10-year-old daughter Ava and enjoys traveling, hiking, mountain biking, and practicing yoga in her spare time. What You'll Learn: Digitalization of Healthcare EHR History and Transitions Market Consolidation SMB vs. Enterprise Product Market-Fit Transition from Organic to Inorganic Growth Strategy Culture Management and its Scalability Onboarding a New CEO / New Leadership Team and its Transitions Capital Stack Transition Physical Therapist Industry Brand Recognition Today's Early Stage Investment Market Importance of Competition Favorite Quote: “Relevancy is always important for founders, and I have always felt relevant and important to the business, Today.” The Capital Stack All Things Tech Investing and Value Creation Early growth investor David Paul interviews the world's most excellent ecosystem, learns how to start and scale your own business, and finds an edge in today's capital markets. To connect with David, visit: Twitter - https://twitter.com/davidpaulvc (CLICK HERE) Substack - http://davidpaul.substack.com/ (CLICK HERE) LinkedIn - http://linkedin.com/in/Davidpaulvc (CLICK HERE) IG - https://www.instagram.com/davidpaulvc/ (CLICK HERE) DISCLAIMER: David Paul is the founder and general partner at DWP Capital. All opinions expressed by David and podcast guests are solely their own opinions and do not reflect the opinions of DWP capital. This podcast is for formational purposes only and should not be relied upon for decisions. David and guests may maintain positions in the securities discussed on this podcast.
Motivo Health Is Changing The Way Mental Health Professionals Find Clinical Supervision With Rachel McCrickard And Dr. Carla SmithMotivo is a virtual clinical supervision platform for behavioral health employers.Motivo helps aspiring therapists, social workers, behavior analysts, and psychologists complete and maintain their licensure through virtual clinical supervision and continuing education.My two guests today are CEO and founder Rachel McCrickard, and Chief Clinical Officer, Dr. Carla Smith.A few questions we cover in this episode:What is the process of becoming a licensed therapist?Why is finding clinical supervision so difficult?How does Motivo Health make it easier for clinicians to find supervision?What are the barriers for pre-licensed mental health professionals after they graduate?In areas where clinical supervisors are rare, how can therapists and their clients access quality mental health services? Motivo Health fills in the gaps for mental health professionals.In this episode of the Mental Health Today Podcast, John welcomes Motivo Health CEO and founder Rachel McCrickard and Chief Clinical Officer Dr. Carla Smith. With both background and expertise in marriage and family therapy, as well as social work, they have witnessed the gaps in the industry and have found ways to address them. While it may be tough in rural areas to find good clinical supervisors with related expertise and cultural background, Motivo Health makes it easier for their clients.As a mental health tech company, Motivo Health offers a platform for behavioral health employers such as aspiring therapists, social workers, behavioral analysts, and psychologists to complete and maintain their licensure through virtual means. This includes clinical supervision, continuing education, and a seamless licensure process so therapists receive validation for their expertise – treating people who need help the most.[Timecodes][02:19] What is Motivo Health?[03:40] Introducing Rachel McCrickard and Dr. Carla Smith[10:17] What is culturally responsive care?[12:19] What is the typical process of becoming a licensed therapist?[16:42] Finding clinical supervision these days is difficult.[20:10] Motivo is making it easier for people to find clinical supervisors.[23:22] How can pre-licensed therapists find a good supervisor on Motivo Health?[24:47] How can supervisors get connected to Motivo Health?[29:49] Self-care tipsAdditional Resources:Visit Motivo Health's Official Website: motivohealth.comConnect with Rachel McCrickard: www.linkedin.com/in/rachelmccrickardConnect with Dr. Carla Smith: www.linkedin.com/in/drcarlasmithYour review will really help the show reach more people - thank you!Support the showRate the show: If you enjoyed this episode, please consider providing an honest rating of the show here www.mentalhealthtodayshow.com/reviews/new . Disclaimer: The Mental Health Today Show is for educational purposes only and should not be interpreted as therapy. If you are seeking therapy, please contact a licensed therapist for help.
Alex Dayton has an impressive history in the mental health field including serving as the Clinical Director for Freedom Institute and the Chief Clinical Officer of Veritus. He joins us today to talk about addiction treatment and recovery for licensed professionals. Because of their license, professionals like doctors, lawyers, and judges are more reluctant to seek treatment. The program offered by Veritus, which uses technology, helps to make treatment more accessible to this population. Listen to today's episode as Alex talks about the correlation among addiction, wealth, and success, explains dialectical behavior therapy (DBT), and shares exciting trends in the mental health field. IN THIS EPISODE [01:46] Similarities and differences between licensed professionals and the average person getting support for substance use. [06:22] How doctors compare to other patients in treatment [09:54] How treatment for lawyers is specialized [12:54] The correlation among addiction, success, and wealth [18:21] An explanation of DBT [23:42] Alex shares what he is looking forward to in the field in the coming years KEY TAKEAWAYS Technology is being used in the mental health field making treatment more accessible and offering different solutions for clients. DBT is an effective therapy technique because it is applicable in real-time. Doctors, lawyers, and other licensed professionals often have a hard time seeking help for substance use because they are afraid it will affect their license. Veritus and the Freedom Institute both aim to help treatment be more accessible to this population. RESOURCES: Beyond the Balance Sheet Website Veritus Website BIO: Alex Dayton is a Psychotherapist in private practice and an advisor to several organizations helping to support mental healthcare programming and strategy. Alex served for several years as the Clinical Director for Freedom Institute, an outpatient treatment program located in New York City.. In addition, Alex served as the Vice President of clinical strategy and business development for Freedom Institute. Alex served as Chief Clinical Officer of Veritus, a virtual intensive outpatient program he helped launch and design to treat medical professionals, lawyers, and judges struggling with substance use disorder. Alex remains a consultant for both Freedom Institute and Veritus as a senior advisor. In addition to his Masters degree from New York University, Alex has received intensive training in DBT, and advanced practices in DBT from Marsha Linehan at Behavioral Tech. He has received training in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) from the Beck Institute, completed the Foundations in Family Therapy Program at The Ackerman Institute for The Family, and completed training in advanced practices for Motivational Interviewing from MINT. Alex completed training at Bellevue hospital and at FEGS, working with adults who have both chronic mental illness and addiction. He has worked with adults, adolescents, and children at the Brooklyn Center for Psychotherapy and on a research team at New York University conducting HIV and substance use research.
In this episode, we are joined by TeamHealth clinicians Dr. Michael Corvini, Southeast Division President and Dr. Rohit Uppal, Chief Clinical Officer, Hospitalist Services to discuss the impact of current industry challenges on high-quality hospital medicine services and how TeamHealth is helping providers navigate these issues.This episode is sponsored by TeamHealth.
No more bloating, cramping, and irritability every month. No more migraines every period. No more birth control pills. No more worries about diapers, teenage children, and no more worries about getting pregnant, especially during these uncertain times.No more menstruation. Yes, menopause is the time when another door opens. It is the time when we can pursue what has been stalled during our time of raising children, where we were always laid in with guilt when work interferes with the time we want to spend with our children. It is a time when we realize our wants and are now ready to pursue them.It is the time when we can operationalize or actualize what we always planned for ourselves, but we're halted by marriage, pregnancy, and raising a family. It may be even time for probably a second career! Time to be better. So menopause - despite all its consequences - should not be viewed as a midlife crisis. It is a normal physiologic change in our bodily functions as we women grow older.So let us now fear menopause - let us embrace it!Memorable Quotes:Menopause is such a destabilizing time in a woman's life. It's nice to know that we have so many options for different particular symptoms depending on severity and importance to women. - Dr. Julieta GabiolaThe average age of menopause is 51. By the early forties, most women are already starting to be in perimenopause and may be experiencing some of these symptoms. - Dr. Mindy GoldmanFor women that are within 10 years of the onset of menopause, the benefits of hormone therapy outweigh the risks. - Dr. Mindy GoldmanPeople do not have to feel like they have to suffer from menopause. I want them to realize that there are alternatives to hormones. There are lifestyle changes, an integrative approach, botanical and herbs - all things that can help out in managing menopausal symptoms. - Dr. Mindy GoldmanAbout the Guest:Mindy Goldman is an Ob/Gyn who worked at UCSF for the past 29 years. Based on a personal experience helping her dearest friend battle breast cancer she changed the focus of her career to bridging gynecology and breast oncology. At UCSF she directs the Gynecology Center for Cancer Survivors and At-Risk Women helping women navigate menopause and other side effects of treatment. She recently joined Midi Health as their Chief Clinical Officer to help achieve her goals of scaling the type of care that she provides. At Midi, she helps develop the clinical protocols for guiding care and will be helping launch a cancer survivorship platform. Learn more about Dr. Goldman here.About the Host:Dr. Jette Gabiola is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Stanford University and the President & CEO of ABCs for Global Health. Click here for her full profile or read her full interview here. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
In this episode we are joined by Dr. Michael Corvini, Southeast Division President for TeamHealth and Dr. Rohit Uppal, Chief Clinical Officer, Hospitalist Services for TeamHealth to discuss the impact of current industry challenges on high-quality hospital medicine services and how TeamHealth is helping providers navigate these issues.This episode is sponsored by TeamHealth.
Today on Sense of Soul we have with us Dr. Philip Hemphill, he is a thought leader in the behavioral health and addictive service industry. He was a Strategic Board Advisor for All Points North (APN) Lodge before becoming Chief Clinical Officer. Dr. Hemphill moved throughout the system of care as a consultant, manager, leadership coach, and strategic planner. He has developed and executed numerous programs, such as program design, 360-degree monitoring, professional evaluation, fitness for duty recommendations, staff training and supervision, vocational and professional reintegration, workplace monitoring, staff development, coaching, and administrative management of the programs. Dr. Hemphill has served as the Chief Clinical Officer of a premier addiction treatment facility where he was responsible for the planning, organizing, implementing, and directing of all the company's behavioral health and addictive services. He utilized cost-effective methodologies while ensuring the clinical quality of those services. As a member of the Executive Leadership, he worked collaboratively with medical staff leaders in decision-making structures and processes. He was the lead person for developing and implementing plans for the provision of patient care services, policies, and procedures that delineate how needs were assessed and delivered by the company. He has served as a full-time Professor of Practice in the Tulane School of Social Work teaching and supervising research for the next generation of professional social workers. He has taught courses on Program Evaluation, Evidence-based Research, Human Behavior in the Social Environment II, Advanced Clinical-Community Practice, Advanced Research Methods, Psychopathology and DSM-5, Intro to Social Work Practice, and Sex Therapy. He has presented papers and workshops at national conferences and published articles in the field of trauma, personality disorders, and addictions during the past 29 years. Today he continues to write and publish academic research. He joined us to share his newest book “Integrated Care in Addiction Treatment.” www.apn.com Integrated Care in Addiction Treatment Check this out on Amazon https://phemphillphd.com/publications/book-2/ Visit Sense of Soul at www.mysenseofsoul.com Do you want Ad Free episodes? Join our Sense of Soul Patreon, our community of seekers and lightworkers. Also recieve 50% off of Shanna's Soul Immersion experience as a Patreon member, monthly Sacred circles, Shanna and Mande's personal mini series, Sense of Soul merch and more. https://www.patreon.com/senseofsoul Thanks to our Sponsors KACHAVA: www.kachava.com/senseofsoul ATHLETIC GREENS: https:// athleticgreens.com/senseofsoul
On tonight's edition of the Other Side of Midnight: Frank flexes a bit of his knowledge on the city of Baltimore and encourages those listening in in Baltimore to call in, then Frank talks to Nicholas Meyer, Novelist, Screenwriter, Director and Producer, whose credits include Time after Time and Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan about reviving the Star Trek franchise, how reality mimics science fiction, and his new podcast. After, Frank talks about his thoughts on orthodontists before Dr. Nicholas Kardaras, Founder and Chief Clinical Officer of Omega Recovery, a former clinical professor at Stony Brook Medicine, and a best-selling author, whose latest book is “Digital Madness: How Social Media is Driving Our Mental Health Crisis — and How to Restore our Sanity” joins Frank to discuss how social media is literally making teens mentally ill. Later, Frank does his commendations segment, talks his experience at the Staten Island FerryHawks game over the weekend, and much more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices