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OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
When The Doctor Gets The Cancer: Dr. Beverly Zavaleta

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 31, 2023 30:35


Beverly A. Zavaleta, MD, is a board-certified family physician, cancer survivor, and long-time advocate of patient education. The author of "Braving Chemo: What to Expect, How to Prepare, and How to Get Through It," Beverly talks about the "good problem to have" of being a medical professional and a cancer patient simultaneously. An unapologetic straight-shooter, she and Matthew hit all the nerves, especially the GenX nostalgia factor. Learn more about Beverly, her book, and her work at https://www.beverlyzavaletamd.com.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Slice of Healthcare
#316 - Sam Jactel, Founder & CEO at Ayble Health

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 30, 2023 11:29


Our Guest: Sam Jactel, Founder & CEO at Ayble HealthWhat you'll get out of this episode: Jactel's background An overview of Ayble Health The limitations/gap with the current standard of GI healthcare The unique benefits of patient-founded companies What's next for Ayble Health? Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about Ayble Health please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

Fight Back
Library Release: Digital Health Records

Fight Back

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 39:27


In this Fight Back Library Release, we talk about bringing healthcare into the digital age. Digital health is applying digital technologies to healthcare to improve wellness programs and make medicine more accessible, personalized, and precise. It aims to improve the quality of care and lower costs.We welcome our special guest, Gary Cohen, Vice President of Government Affairs at Blue Shield of California.Gary joins us to discuss what bringing healthcare into the digital age means. How are your healthcare records kept safe, secure, and yet accessible to your healthcare providers? How can the new technologies that help you monitor your health at home be integrated into your health records? Why are you still filling out a form with pen and paper when you visit a new doctor or specialist, or in the worst case, the emergency room? We dive into these questions and more.

Relentless Health Value
EP392: When Patient Journeys Don't Fit in the EHR System, With Emily Kagan Trenchard From Northwell Health

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2023 31:38


So, a few things to remind everybody. First of all, don't forget EHRs (electronic health records) were purpose built originally for billing. This is no secret. People quite openly have called EHR systems glorified cash registers. If I want to be generous, maybe I would restate this to say that EHRs were designed to document patient interactions. This is what their core architecture was built to achieve. But today, there's a lot that goes on that isn't a traditional patient interaction. First of all, me even calling it, frankly, a patient interaction should give longtime listeners a clue where this is headed. I mean, say you're sitting at home on your couch. I don't know. You're probably not considering yourself a patient. You're considering yourself a person sitting on your couch. However, say you're sitting on your couch and you haven't taken your COPD maintenance therapy. Potentially that is something of clinical significance that maybe should get figured out and noted somewhere—potentially prior to the acute event going down. Or, still talking about things that are relevant to patient health but which don't naturally tuck into an EHR system's native architecture, maybe we have social workers and nutritionists and all kinds of people who are not doctors or nurses or PAs (physician assistants) in this mix. Most of the time, these people don't even have access to the EHR. I mean, what percentage of things that are going to impact a person's health outcomes can be classified as traditional patient encounters that EHRs were designed to document? I mean, you've got your scheduler who wants to tell the transportation company something about a patient. Anything RPM. Where's the caregiver or the family in that garden-variety patient interaction? In sum, what is happening between codes getting written in patient health records? Where's all that information going? I mean, what order set are you gonna use to get all that in and out of the system? Am I saying anything revolutionary that many of you don't already know extremely well? No, I am not. But I am shining the spotlight on it to challenge what might have become a sort of default position at provider organizations today, which is to make the EHR the one ring to rule them all, which might be something to consider revising strategically. My guest in this healthcare podcast, Emily Kagan Trenchard, makes a super point about all of this that I haven't heard made so succinctly or so eloquently. Emily puts it this way: She says just integrating into the EHR as a reflex without contemplation is kind of the olden days. She talks about identifying the core functionalities, the centers of gravity that are needed to bring together providers and patients and everybody else in the mix. Then you find the best systems—call them platforms if you want. But if, at a fundamental level, you have a technology designed for one thing and you're trying to shoehorn it to do something else and this something else is a critical business function, maybe this is something to think about at the highest levels. Of course, it goes without saying that these platforms have to work together (obviously); but you kind of gotta get the right platform for the right job. Now, to make one point clear as glass, what we are not talking about here is cobbling together a bunch of point solutions. What we are talking about is getting the fundamentals, the core architecture here, solidified. Pam Arora talks about this at length in episode 246. She's the CIO at Texas Children's. Pam Arora says that if a health system doesn't get its technology infrastructure rock solid, if that infrastructure is janky in any way, then everything built on top of it will require duct tape and workarounds and probably not go as well as planned. On the show today, Emily Kagan Trenchard continues that theme. She talks about the four platforms that she feels are very necessary to underpin or be the chassis to best support helping providers and others help patients and people in and out of the clinic. She calls each platform a tentpole. These four platforms are: The EHR A CRM (customer relationship manager). And, by the way, when Emily says CRM, she's talking about more than software. It's more like a philosophy or a whole approach around relationship building with patients/people/customers. A cloud platform for data and analytics A data exchange One last takeaway, for me at least. Emily has talked about two basic facts that inform her thinking: (1) Providers and patients alike are increasingly not tolerant of friction. (2) What is easiest is the most likely to happen. Something that we don't get into in this show but certainly bears considering is the larger context here. Yeah, we got Amazon, we got Google—not only what they are doing alone but also what they are investing in. They have platforms that are purpose built to remove friction and to be really, really easy … one-click easy. So, let's talk about the WIIFM (the “what's in it for me?”) here for health systems to get a move on. When Merrill Goozner was on the show a few weeks ago (EP388), he says that when patients and employers and taxpayers start crying uncle on both healthcare prices as well as just bad friction-filled experiences and also when, at the same time, technology and new competitors move in on the supply side, he says what's gonna happen then is older incumbents like hospitals could find themselves getting their lunches eaten. So, probably intuitively as well as intellectually, health systems really getting their technology clearly optimized to support their communities, their patients, and their providers might seem to be mission critical, especially as we contemplate the stuff that Mike Thompson was talking about in episode 389 about how there is increasingly data out there which identifies hospitals who are very inefficiently run. And so, if at a very basic level a hospital has misaligned tech that's requiring a lot of workarounds and stuff, which is another way to say wasting a lot of staff time, having the right technology deployed in the right way will certainly ground efforts to be effective and also help compete with some of these lurking entities who are looking to take a piece of the $3 or $4 trillion healthcare industry in this country—of which hospitals account for something like $1 trillion. And as Eric Bricker, MD, says in episode 351, this is why hospitals have a big red target on their back. Also, I would be remiss not to mention that non–purpose-built, dare I say bad, technology causes bad clinician burnout, which causes bad turnover, which is really expensive. Arshad Rahim, MD, MBA, FACP, talks about this in episode 323. By the way, I interviewed Emily Kagan Trenchard at NODE.Health's Annual Digital Medicine Conference in New York City this past December—always a great conference. Emily is SVP and chief of consumer digital solutions over at Northwell Health. Northwell, in case you haven't heard of this health system, is very large: 21 hospitals, 850 outpatient clinics, 300,000 patients a year. Yeah, it's big. You can learn more at northwell.edu and connect with Emily on LinkedIn. Emily Kagan Trenchard offers a unique perspective from within the American medical system: A spoken-word-poet-turned-healthcare-executive, she is on a mission to remix the human in healthcare, challenging entrenched assumptions about what it means to give and receive care in the digital age. As senior vice president, chief of consumer digital solutions, for New York State's largest health system, Northwell Health, Emily leads teams that push the limits of how we use technology to make healthcare seamless and steeped in humanity while keeping the company competitive at a time of radical change. She is a big believer that innovation is an ongoing process, not just a box to check, and launched Northwell's first UX department to ensure that patient perspectives and needs drove the design of digital tools and systems. Prior to joining Northwell, Emily led Web systems for New York City's Lenox Hill Hospital, where she drove the development of many early consumer health tools, including the first-ever implementation of the Zocdoc scheduling platform for a hospital. Emily holds a master's degree in science writing from Massachusetts Institute of Technology and a bachelor's degree from the University of California at Berkeley.   07:55 How does customer digital solutions fit into the larger technology infrastructure in healthcare? 09:54 “Where else do you have centers of gravity that you should respect in the architecture?” 10:11 “There is a constellation of need here.” 11:51 “We interact with way more than just patients.” 14:28 “We have to be able to understand the network of relationships in a population.” 15:11 How do EHRs and CRMs interact as two tentpoles in healthcare? 17:32 “The question is, where does a human being work?” 19:54 How are patients staying on a nonfragmented care journey in a proactive way? 23:46 “Anybody who's a consumer of our digital offerings has a relationship with us.” 29:33 “The medicine is being practiced not only on our physical bodies but on our digital bodies.” You can learn more at northwell.edu and connect with Emily on LinkedIn.   @ektrenchard of @NorthwellHealth discusses #EHRs and #CRMs on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #EHR #CRM   Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Dr Scott Conard, Gloria Sachdev and Chris Skisak, Mike Thompson, Dr Rishi Wadhera (Encore! EP326), Ge Bai (Encore! EP356), Dave Dierk and Stacey Richter (INBW37), Merrill Goozner, Betsy Seals (EP387), Stacey Richter (INBW36), Dr Eric Bricker (Encore! EP351), Al Lewis, Dan Mendelson, Wendell Potter, Nick Stefanizzi, Brian Klepper (Encore! EP335), Dr Aaron Mitchell (EP382), Karen Root, Mark Miller, AJ Loiacono, Josh LaRosa, Stacey Richter (INBW35), Rebecca Etz (Encore! EP295), Olivia Webb (Encore! EP337), Mike Baldzicki, Lisa Bari, Betsy Seals (EP375), Dave Chase, Cora Opsahl (EP373)  

Slice of Healthcare
#315 - Geoffrey Boyce, CEO at Array Behavioral Care

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 25, 2023 12:56


Our Guest: Geoffrey Boyce, CEO at Array Behavioral CareWhat you'll get out of this episode: Braswell's background An overview of Array Behavioral Care What's happened since the merger The moves that he's made to position Array for success What's next for Array Behavioral Care?  Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about Array Behavioral Care please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
Clinical Trials By Fire with Jane Myles

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2023 27:33


Jane Myles is the Vice President of Clinical Trial Innovation at Curebase, a platform at the forefront of "decentralized trials." What does that mean? Well, when a patient qualifies and—hopefully—enrolls in a trial, they usually have to take up residence in a different city and uproot their lives for a few weeks or months. The idea behind decentralizing them means all the medications and protocols come to a patient's local hospital so as not to cause such unnecessary upheaval. Jane is also a musician at heart, so there's a bunch of non-science geekery afoot. Enjoy the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Slice of Healthcare
#314 - Tony Braswell, Founder & President at Gale Healthcare

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 16:03


Our Guest: Tony Braswell, Founder & President at Gale HealthcareWhat you'll get out of this episode: Braswell's background An overview of Gale Healthcare Why daily pay is important? Addressing the nursing shortage crisis with technology What's next for Gale Healthcare?  Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about Gale Health please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.
140. Medical AI Chatbot, Solving Rheumatoid Arthritis, Getting to Mars in 45 Days (Engine Concept)

That's Cool News | A weekly breakdown of positive Science & Tech news.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 38:02


Headlines: Google Research and DeepMind develop AI medical chatbot | Digital Health (01:25) MIT researchers develop an AI model that can detect future lung cancer risk | MIT news (09:22) Major breakthrough as scientists produce first-ever rheumatoid arthritis gene therapy | Brighter Side News (18:54) New Nanoparticles Deliver Therapy Brain-Wide and Edit Alzheimer's Gene | Neuroscience News (24:02) NASA nuclear propulsion concept could reach Mars in just 45 days | Interesting Engineering (31:10)

Healthcare Strategies
Pursuing Digital Health Transformation in the Health Payer Space

Healthcare Strategies

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 19:21


Health insurers face a couple of key obstacles as they implement digital health solutions, such as the lack of payer alignment around digital quality measures and the slow development of interoperability. Peter Long, executive vice president of strategy and health solutions at Blue Shield of California and co-author of a National Academy of Medicine article on digital health, explains how payers can refine their digital health efforts and how an integrated health record can overcome digital health barriers.

High-Impact Growth
Taking a whole-of-government approach to digital health in Zambia with Innocent Chiboma from the Zambian Ministry of Health: Dispatches from the 2022 Global Digital Health Forum

High-Impact Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2023 18:14


“If you want to get a holistic picture of a person's health, you have to look at everything that concerns them, including for instance the issues of the local authorities - sanitation…water, everything to do with that. So we should not limit digital health to ministry of health. It's something that will go to all the other government ministries and agencies and may I say including the private sector.” - Innocent Chiboma, Principal ICT Officer for Digital Health, Ministry of Health of Zambia Jonathan Jackson talks to Innocent Chiboma, Principal ICT Officer for Digital Health at the Zambian Ministry of Health, to discuss taking a whole-of-government approach to digital health and what it looks like in practice to build coordination and collaboration across ministries and the private sector. Some topics covered in this conversation include: The importance of good governance and strategic clarity in driving digital transformation of health Creating buyin and fostering respect across ministries Breaking down siloes to take a more holistic view of health How to introduce new ideas within a government ministry Lessons learned in Zambia's journey towards better access to health services

Healthcare is Hard: A Podcast for Insiders
The Healthcare Data Goldrush: Leavitt Partners' Ryan Howells & IMO's Dale Sanders Lay Out A Guide for Prospectors

Healthcare is Hard: A Podcast for Insiders

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 48:53


The digital transformation of healthcare has been a long and winding road, but one that is starting to open new possibilities in every aspect of business operations, care delivery and consumer experiences. The critical aspect to all of this is a newfound access to data.Dale Sanders and Ryan Howells have been at the forefront of the movement to unlock data in healthcare and help organization leverage it to actually drive business and clinical performance. As Principal at Leavitt Partners, Ryan works with the White House, Congress, HHS, and VHA on health care policy and interoperability issues. He also currently leads the CARIN Alliance, a multi-sector, public-private alliance focused on giving consumers digital access to their health information. Dale is Chief Strategy officer at Intelligent Medical Objects (IMO) where he closely analyzes market needs and challenges to set IMO's strategic direction developing products that deliver critical data quality improvements and insights to improve patient care.In this episode of Healthcare is Hard, Keith Figlioli draws on the decades of experience Dale and Ryan have driving healthcare data policy and strategy. Their discussion touches on the intricate details of healthcare data, the everyday impacts that data can have on healthcare consumers, and many points in between. They cover topics including:Entering the “app economy” for healthcare. Ryan points out that almost every other aspect of the consumer world entered the app economy almost 20 years ago. But for healthcare, that transition is just starting. They talk about how the emergence of structured data eliminates the need to rely solely on legacy vendors to solve problems, and the potential it unlocks for creating new, billion dollar companies.Encouraging physicians to stage a riot. The group discusses how quality measures are creating administrative overhead, burning-out physicians, and affecting data quality in ways that many people don't realize. With revenue streams that are tied to these outdated processes and make them difficult to change, a shift towards measuring outcomes will not be easy. What will it take? Dale says one option he's encouraging is an uprising among physicians.The B-to-C-to-B data strategy. Data privacy has been a big hurdle to enabling the exchange of EHR data and patient information between organizations. But what if patients have full control of their data and can be the conduit between providers and other organizations? Ryan talks about how this can fundamentally change the issue of data portability by eliminating the need to negotiate and implement complex legal agreements required to exchange data between two organizations. They talk about how this strategy hinges on the ability to verify digital identities.Disrupting EHR incumbents. With so much change on the horizon and data access creating new possibilities for healthcare's core infrastructure, should incumbent EHR vendors be nervous? Dale says a new enterprise infrastructure in healthcare – a next-gen EHR that's focused on team-based care, not the encounter – is imperative. And he offers advice on how to get there. Ryan adds his belief that the industry needs a complete new coding system built for value-based care, not fee for service.To hear Keith, Dale and Ryan talk about these topics and more, listen to this episode of Healthcare is Hard: A Podcast for Insiders.

Let's Cover That
#32 - Mental Health for Today's Family, featuring Damayanti Dipayana CEO and Co-Founder, Manatee Health

Let's Cover That

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2023 18:10


Our guest: Damayanti Dipayana CEO and Co-Founder, Manatee HealthIn this episode we discuss:  Dipayana's background An overview of Manatee Health  How to help children deal with stress The challenges of providing mental healthcare to children and their families Therapist goal setting and why it's important What the future of mental healthcare looks like through Dipayana's lens What's next for Manatee Health Sponsored by: CM&F Group (www.cmfgroup.com)To learn more about Manatee Health please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

Product Talk
EP 268 - Transcarent Head of Product on Creating an Integrated Digital Health Experience

Product Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 26:33


What does digital health have in common with Spotify? More than you might think. This is episode four in our podcast series hosted by the 2023 Awards Advisory Board. In this episode, TimelyMD SVP of Product Zachary Fleming speaks with Transcarent Head of Product Vikas Sabnani. They discuss the evolution of the music industry and how that relates to digital health. Then Vikas shares his four markers of what makes a great product. Overall, the theme is about creating an integrated digital health experience for every user.

Slice of Healthcare
#313 - How to Scale Virtual Care in the US (Live from the Virtual First Care Summit)

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 45:29


What you'll get out of this episode:Listen in as host Jared S. Taylor records live from the Virtual First Care Summit that was held in Boston, MA in October 2022.  In this interview he discusses how to scale virtual care in the US with leaders in the healthcare industry. Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about the Virtual First Care Summit & other Gray Green Media conferences please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

Shot of Digital Health Therapy
Shot of #DigitalHealth Therapy - Tjasa Zajc

Shot of Digital Health Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2023 32:17


Jim Joyce and I are starting to get our cadence back with #TheShot of #DigitalHealth on your screen or in your ear (almost) every Wednesday. Today we bring you the awesome Tjasa Zajc, journalist turned business developer and a host of the Faces Of Digital Health Podcast. We #chatGPT'ed today about:

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
Fight Cancer! with The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2023 40:33


Today's episode is made possible in part by The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN,) the nation's leading cancer advocacy organization that is working every day to make cancer issues a national priority. Today I am joined live in-studio by Pam Traxel (ACS CAN Senior Vice President for Alliance Development and Philanthropy), Kate Weissman, a young adult cervical cancer survivor, and Ian Locke, a Ph.D. student in molecular cancer biology at Duke University.Kate is a state lead ambassador for ACS CAN in Massachusetts, and Ian is a congressional district member for ACS CAN in North Carolina. Together with Pam, we talk about channeling anger into action, what lobbying the federal government looks like, and how getting legislation passed across the aisle can help millions of Americans at a clip.What's more, we invite you — the listener — to join the thousands of cancer patients, survivors, caregivers, and advocates fighting every day on Capitol Hill to make healthcare suck less for Americans. Why complain when you can do something tangible right now? How would you like to help reduce drug costs, improve access to care, and motivate the FDA to approve new life-saving treatments?Visit https://fightcancer.org/pod and see how you can take an active role in influencing the government to do the right thing and help cancer patients around the country.That's https://www.fightcancer.org/podNow go and be a badass cancer advocate.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli
Orchestrating Patient Care with Greg Miller

Passionate Pioneers with Mike Biselli

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 31:11


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

Slice of Healthcare
#312 - Ryan Eder, Founder & CEO at IncludeHealth

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2023 10:34


Our Guest: Ryan Eder, Founder & CEO at IncludeHealthWhat you'll get out of this episode: Eder's background An overview of IncludeHealth How IncludeHealth isis "empowering the next evolution of MSK care" The importance of unlocking hybrid care What's next for IncludeHealth Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about IncludeHealth please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

The Cycle. Endometriosis Podcast
Tips to help manage your endo symptoms and what about endo & menopause with, Dr. Fenske.

The Cycle. Endometriosis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2023 61:40


Board-certified gynecologist and integrative health expert Suzanne Fenske, MD, FACOG, joins me on the show. She provides holistic medical care to optimize patients' health at TārāMD in Lenox Hill, Manhattan, in New York City. Using a functional approach, Dr. Fenske applies her broad medical expertise to treat complex conditions, including hormone imbalances, endometriosis, and polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS).Dr. Fenske uses her unique combination of advanced training to provide unmatched care in hormone therapy for perimenopause and menopause, SoLā for pelvic pain, and functional medicine for various gynecological conditions. She also contributes to peer-reviewed studies, news articles, and national conferences.Check out her website: https://www.taramd.com/Follow her on IG: https://www.instagram.com/taramd4womenWant to watch it on YouTube? http://tiny.cc/6cx6tThank you for listening to and supporting this podcast. We need awareness about this disease. If you want to be on the podcast or have feedback, please reach out via my website www.melissaboudreau.com or DM me @https://www.instagram.com/melisbou/Thank you SO much for your support and time.Please consider subscribing and writing us a 5-star review on Apple or Spotify podcasts. It helps us get more awareness and with guests agreeing to come on!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Reasons to Believe Podcast
Viruses Fuel the Carbon Cycle and Digital Health | Stars, Cells, and God

Reasons to Believe Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 43:09


Join Hugh Ross and James Patterson, MD, as they discuss new discoveries taking place at the frontiers of science that have theological and philosophical implications, including the reality of God's existence. Viruses Fuel the Carbon Cycle (Hugh Ross) A recent study shows that DNA and RNA viruses in the oceans play a crucial role in the ocean carbon flux cycle. Additionally, they play significant roles in the sulfur, nitrogen, and deep ocean cycles. Viruses deposit huge amounts of carbon, sulfur, nitrogen, and oxygen on an ongoing basis onto the ocean floors. Once there, subducting plates move these elements into Earth's mantle. Without this process, advanced life wouldn't be possible. These huge deposits require that ocean viruses be extremely abundant and diverse and that they be specifically designed in a variety of ways so that advanced life can thrive.   References: Diversity and Ecological Footprint of Global Ocean RNA Viruses   Digital Health (James Patterson) In a world that is now more connected than ever in a digital sense, it seems that humans are becoming more and more disconnected. We've all seen it—a room full of people, all staring at their smartphones. Why is that? Why are more people depressed and suicidal now than ever before? What can we do to promote healthy living in a digitally connected society?    References: Glenn Geher, “The Dark Side of Civilization,” https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/darwins-subterranean-world/202209/the-dark-side-civilization

Outcomes Rocket
LabOps: Data Science and Digital Health to Accelerate Transformative Innovation for Patients with Tommaso Mansi, VP, AI/ML and Digital Health, R&D at The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of J&J

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2023 27:33


Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, and Data Science's positive impact on the Pharma Industry and patients are astounding. In this episode, Tommaso Mansi, Vice President, AI/ML and Digital Health, R&D, The Janssen Pharmaceutical Companies of Johnson & Johnson talks about the development of AI approaches to the development of medications and treatments for specific diseases with the help of digitized biomedical data. Tommaso shares the importance of having proper data governance in the research lab and why humans will always be necessary to produce breakthroughs in partnership with AI. Tune in and learn more about AI's role in data in R&D! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

Slice of Healthcare
#311 - Mara McDermott, VP at McDermott+Consulting & Kristen Ratcliff McGovern, Partner at Sirona Strategies

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 15:59


Our Guests: Mara McDermott, VP at McDermott+Consulting &  Kristen Ratcliff McGovern, Partner at Sirona StrategiesWhat you'll get out of this episode: Their backgrounds An overview of their companies Their upcoming event Their 2023 Predictions Future events What's next?  Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about McDermott+Consulting please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInTo learn more about Sirona Strategies please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

Pear Healthcare Playbook
Lessons from Sonia Millsom, CEO of Oxeon, innovating at the forefront of value-based care and digital health

Pear Healthcare Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2023 49:22


This week, we're super excited to get to know Sonia Millsom, CEO of Oxeon, a trusted healthcare firm, powering change through talent, entrepreneurship and investment. She is a veteran healthcare leader who has been at the forefront of value-based healthcare, with extensive experience growing mission-driven innovative companies, as well as serving as an adviser, board member and investor. Prior to joining Oxeon, Sonia served as the Chief Commercial Officer at Maven Clinic, which achieved the first unicorn valuation in women and family health. Before joining Maven, she was Chief Growth Officer at Boston-based startup Iora Health, where she helped strengthen the organization's revenue and oversaw an expansion that led to its $2.1 billion acquisition by One Medical. Sonia also held leadership roles at Best Doctors, Health Dialog and UnitedHealthcare. She is also a board member for Clever Care Plan, Quilted Health and Suvida Health. She is an advisor to a number of early stage startups including, Stellar Health, QHLTH and Flourish Fund. Sonia has a MPH from Columbia University and a BA from Boston College. In this episode, Sonia shares her experiences across the ecosystem from the payer to provider sides, and from large public companies to small startups, all the while empowering diverse leaders in the healthcare space.

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
It's My 27-Year Cancerversary Episode!

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 26:27


As a college senior, I was diagnosed with what doctors thought could be terminal brain cancer. That was 27 years ago TODAY: January 10th, 2023. No guests. Just me. Reflecting on what was, what is, and what may be. If life were easy, we'd all do it. How the hell am I still here? I have no idea. But I am still here. And I thank each and every one of you for supporting me, my work, this show, and the fundamental belief that advocacy matters. Enjoy the show. Oh, and I also relaunched my website, https://www.matthewzachary.com, to commemorate this special occasion. Happy New Year!See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Game-Changing Women of Healthcare
Vivian DeWoskin: Connecting Dots with Komodo Health

The Game-Changing Women of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2023 32:31


Meg welcomes, Vivian DeWoskin, VP of Strategy and Head of Life Sciences at Komodo Health.Meg and Vivian discuss Komodo Health, which brings together large amounts of anonymized, linked patient-level data used to understand how patients navigate their care journey in the real world; Komodo Health's “Healthcare Map;” data and rare diseases; access to clinical research; Komodo's ability to reduce the time to diagnosis for challenging conditions; increasing diversity in clinical research patient populations; Vivian's background in and love of Neuroscience; her mentors and mentees; and much more. —With two years under her belt overseeing commercial operations at Komodo, where she is responsible for helping the world's leading life sciences companies tap into real-world patient data to spot gaps in care, identify sweet spots for new drug development and improve provider engagement strategies, DeWoskin also hosts female mentorship groups aiming to emulate her own impressive career mentors in helping women succeed in the sciences.Further Reading: The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a HatEpisode Credits: The Game-Changing Women of Healthcare is a production of The Krinsky Company. Hosted by Meg Escobosa. Produced by Meg Escobosa, Calvin Marty, Chelsea Ho, Medina Sabic, and Wendy Nielsen.Edited, engineered, and mixed by Calvin Marty. All music composed and performed by Calvin Marty. ©2022 The Krinsky Company

High-Impact Growth
Must-Listen Guidance for Technologists in Global Health from Malawi's Head of Digital Health, Simeon Yosefe: Dispatches from the 2022 Global Digital Health Forum

High-Impact Growth

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 20:59


“For us as a country, we want to implement and deploy comprehensive systems. A system that actually encompasses everything. Not only focusing on one company. HIV may be a starting point, but we want these resources not only to be limited to HIV, but they should cover everything. And by doing that, we ensure that we are taking care of everything. If a mother is pregnant, is HIV positive, or also has TB - all these will actually be taken care of because we have brought all this work together and those who are providing the care will actually provide this care within the same framework and the same environment. That will definitely improve the situation.” - Simeon Yosefe, Head of Digital Health, Ministry of Health of Malawi Jonathan Jackson talks to Simeon Yosefe, Head of Digital Health for the Ministry of Health of Malawi, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of digitally transforming Malawi's health system. You'll hear about the importance of aligning digital health systems closely to the vision and digital health strategy of the government, how Malawi is creating policy guidance to ensure that its digital health systems work for Malawi, and why we need to take a comprehensive approach to digital systems. Malawi has been a leader in digital health laying out a bold digital health strategy and this episode is a must listen for any digital health practitioners working or wanting to work with Ministries of Health.

Slice of Healthcare
#310 - Joanna Strober, CEO at Midi Health

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 9, 2023 17:18


Our Guest: Joanna Strober, CEO at Midi HealthWhat you'll get out of this episode: Strober's background The mission behind Midi Health Midi Health's recent funding The controversy around menopause care How Midi Health is partnering with in-person care What's next for Midi Health? Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about Midi Health please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

AAHKS Amplified
AAHKS 2022 Surgical Techniques and Technologies Award Recipient

AAHKS Amplified

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2023 10:38


In this episode of AAHKS Amplified, Digital Health and Social Media Committee chair Shaun P. Patel, MD speaks with AAHKS 2022 Surgical Techniques and Technologies Award recipient, Jacob M. Wilson, MD. He is joined by fellow Digital Health and Social Media Committee member, Mark E. Mildren, MD. They discuss Dr. Wilson's award-winning paper “Resurfacing the […] The post AAHKS 2022 Surgical Techniques and Technologies Award Recipient first appeared on AAHKS.

CareTalk Podcast: Healthcare. Unfiltered.
Do We Really Need AI in Healthcare?

CareTalk Podcast: Healthcare. Unfiltered.

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 20:47 Transcription Available


Artificial intelligence (AI) has been all the rage lately, thanks to ChatGPT. In this episode of the CareTalk Podcast, John and David assess AI's place in healthcare: How is it used now? How can it be used in the future? And is it truly useful, or is it all hype? ABOUT CARETALKCareTalk is a weekly podcast that provides an incisive, no B.S. view of the US healthcare industry. Join co-hosts John Driscoll (President U.S. Healthcare and EVP, Walgreens Boots Alliance) and David Williams (President, Health Business Group) as they debate the latest in US healthcare news, business and policy. TOPICS:(2:00) What is artificial intelligence (AI)?(3:36) What are some of the key terms and technologies involved with AI? (7:16) What is Robotic Process Automation (RPA)?(8:28) How is AI used in healthcare?(13:00) Is AI in healthcare dangerous?(17:39) Will AI be a big deal in healthcare in 2023?GET IN TOUCHBecome a CareTalk sponsorGuest appearance requestsVisit us on the webFOLLOW CARETALKSpotifyApple PodcastsGoogle PodcastsFollow us on LinkedIn#healthcare #artificialintelligence #ushealthcare #2023 #health #caretalk #healthcarepodcast #healthcare

Outcomes Rocket
CD: What Digital Health Needs to Get Right to Comprehensively Improve Care with Vineeta Agarwala, Physician, Investor, and General Partner at Andreesen Horowitz

Outcomes Rocket

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 21:43


Data can teach us about human health, it's time to invest in it. In this episode, Vineeta Agarwala, physician, investor, and general partner at Andreesen Horowitz, commonly known as a16z, talks about digital health adoption and investing in companies with products that can pragmatically change patient care and increase workforce efficiency. Vineeta speaks about not only being an investor but also a practicing physician and how that impacts her perspective on innovative digital health startups and trends in the healthcare space. Tune in to this episode to learn about the direction the healthcare industry is heading in terms of digital health adoption! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health

Wired For Success Podcast
Breathwork and Cardiopulmonary Health with Mark Carbone | Episode #118

Wired For Success Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2023 50:17


EPISODE SUMMARY Join scientist and mindset & high-performance coach Claudia Garbutt and CEO, inventor, technologist & cardiopulmonary health advocate Mark Carbone as they talk about the impact of the Covid pandemic and the power and potential of breathwork.   In this episode we talk about: - How the pandemic has impacted the way we breathe - Non-drug approaches to combat the negative effects of long Covid - Simple breathing patterns for improving focus, relaxation, and sleep   EPISODE NOTES Mark Carbone is passionate about the future of Digital Health and working towards breakthrough solutions to further the medical industry in Metabolomics, Pulmonary Therapy, and Speech Pathology. He's an inventor, business builder, technologist, and a blessed husband and father. He is the CEO of PN Medical, makers of intelligent medical devices for the pulmonary and speech fields. He serves as lead inventor overseeing the creation of their new device and software, Breather 2. He's also chief visionary, recruiter, deal maker, and leader of the company. He received his BA from UCF and MBA from Rollins College. Mark is also a Lifework Leadership alum, founder of the Rollins Business Journal, Dream Builder, medical device inventor, was VP of the Rollins MBA Alumni Board, soccer player, and nominated as Most Influential Businessman by the Orlando Business Journal.   Links:   https://www.pnmedical.com   https://www.linkedin.com/in/markacarbone/   https://twitter.com/markacarbone   ------------------   Music credit: Vittoro by Blue Dot Sessions (www.sessions.blue)   -----------------   If you enjoyed this episode, learned something new, had an epiphany moment - or were reminded about a simple truth that you had forgotten, please let me know by rating & reviewing this show on https://linktr.ee/wiredforsuccess.   Oh, and make sure you subscribe to the podcast so you don't miss out on any of the amazing future episodes! If you don't listen on iTunes, you can find all the episodes here.     HELPFUL RESOURCES If you're interested in learning more about science-based tools, techniques, and strategies to make 2023 your best year yet, join the Global Virtual Summit on Habit Change & High-Performance Habits that I'll be co-hosting from January 23-26 to learn all the! During the 4 days, you'll learn all you need to know about creating better habits from renowned neuroscientists, behavioral scientists, psychologists, successful entrepreneurs, and high-performance experts from all around the world. Our expert speakers will share their latest research data, insights, and actionable tips that set you up for sustainable success. If you have struggled with developing healthy habits before or you're simply interested in the latest cutting-edge technologies and expert advice – this is an event you don't want to miss! Get your ticket here: https://wiredforsuccess.thrivecart.com/summit-high-performance-habits/   ---------------------- Disclaimer: Podcast Episodes might contain sponsored content.  

AAHKS Amplified
AAHKS 2022 Clinical Research Award Recipient

AAHKS Amplified

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 14:36


In this episode of AAHKS Amplified, Digital Health and Social Media Committee chair Shaun P. Patel, MD speaks with AAHKS Clinical Research Award winner, Jonathan H. Shaw, MD. They are joined by fellow Digital Health and Social Media Committee member Joseph D. Maratt, MD, and the award-winning paper co-author, Jason J. Davis, MD. Dr. Shaw […] The post AAHKS 2022 Clinical Research Award Recipient first appeared on AAHKS.

ResearchPod
Digital Health in Southeast Asia: Startups and Digital Technology Applications

ResearchPod

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 9:41


Southeast Asia mirrors global trends; people are living longer and there is a growing elderly population, and disease prevention is a key contributing factor.  There's also been a rise use of digital technology; for healthcare, digital innovation offers a way to improve care for millions of people.Start-ups are a vital part of this digital health ecosystem, and Dr Hoe Siu Loon of Singapore Management University has examined the state of start-ups and digital technology applications in Southeast Asia to provide advice for organisations intending to pursue health-tech initiatives in the region.Read some of their latest work here: https://doi.org/10.7545/ajip.2022.11.2.183

Slice of Healthcare
#309 - Ron Gutman, Co-Founder & Co-CEO at Intrivo Diagnostics

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 22:08


Our Guest: Ron Gutman, Co-Founder & Co-CEO at Intrivo DiagnosticsWhat you'll get out of this episode: Gutman's background An overview of Intrivo Diagnostics The power of positive peer pressure The next frontier of Covid - what does the world need to tackle next? What's next for Intrivo?  Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about Intrivo Diagnostics please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter

Shot of Digital Health Therapy
Shot of #DigitalHealth Therapy - Grace Vinton

Shot of Digital Health Therapy

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 38:29


Cant believe its been ~2 months that Jim Joyce and I have not had our Wednesday mental health intervention... but #TheShot of #DigitalHealth Therapy is back!!!! and we are happy to start off 2023 with none other than the energetic and graceful Grace Vinton - in this first episode in the new year we talked about:

AAHKS Amplified
AAHKS 2022 James A. Rand Young Investigator’s Award Recipient

AAHKS Amplified

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 6:00


In this episode of AAHKS Amplified, Digital Health and Social Media Committee vice chair William B. Kurtz, MD speaks with AAHKS 2022 James A. Rand Young Investigator's Award recipient, Vishal Hegde, MD. He is joined by fellow Digital Health and Social Media Committee member, Eli Kamara, MD. They discuss Dr. Hegde's award-winning paper “Increased Revision […] The post AAHKS 2022 James A. Rand Young Investigator's Award Recipient first appeared on AAHKS.

Who Would Have Thought - Digital Health Innovation
2022 SmartTab Year in Review - Presented by Sacha Francois Heppell

Who Would Have Thought - Digital Health Innovation

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2023 19:01


2022 SmartTab Year in ReviewA recap of the progress at SmartTab for the year 2022 and challenges we've had to overcome. Most importantly celebrating the legacy of Robert Niichel, 2023 is about bringing his vision to life.  From the conversations we've had throughout 2022, the progress in the lab and what's ahead for SmartTab and the future of digital health as we enter 2023.SmartTab is driving the future of digital medicine by developing a superior patient-centered personalized drug delivery platform in the form of a wireless ingestible capsule. The patient experience fuels SmartTab's commitment to create novel, effective therapies that improve patient outcomes and compliance. Here's to building momentum in 2023!

Ideas That Make An Impact: Expert and Author Interviews to transform your life and business
#275 Driving change and innovation in the digital health and life science industries | Eziah Syed

Ideas That Make An Impact: Expert and Author Interviews to transform your life and business

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 19:43


3 big ideas discussed in this episode: Moving fast: In a market segment that moves slow Moving fast: In a manner that is flexible and agile yet anchored in strategy Moving fast: In a manner that is not dizzying for junior staff Get more resources for this episode here: AskJeremyJones.com/275

Physical Activity Researcher
Wearables in Large-Scale Projects: 3 Considerations You Need to Know - Dr Miriam Cabrita (Pt 2)

Physical Activity Researcher

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 25:34


What type of projects want to measure PA? Considerations when choosing an activity tracker grouped in three main topics: Participant-centric: Research and innovation driven Regulatory Dr Miriam Cabrita has done her Bachelor and Master degrees at NOVA School of Science and Technology in Portugal, and her PhD in biomedical engineering in University of Twente Then she has worked at Roessingh Research and Development Center in Netherlands for 8 years coordinating and managing EU research projects related to eHealth Teaching also courses on Physical Activity, Digital Health and Virtual Coaching at the University of Twente. She has acted as a Board Member for 5 years in International Society for the Measurement of Physical Behaviour (ISMPB) Currently she is working as a Chief Customer Officer at Fibion Inc.   _____________________ This podcast episode is sponsored by Fibion Inc. | Better Sleep, Sedentary Behaviour and Physical Activity Research with Less Hassle --- Learn more about Fibion Sleep and Circadian Rhythm Solutions: https://sleepmeasurements.fibion.com/ --- Collect, store and manage SB and PA data easily and remotely - Discover ground-breaking Fibion SENS: https://sens.fibion.com/ --- SB and PA measurements, analysis, and feedback made easy.  Learn more about Fibion Research : fibion.com/research --- Fibion Kids - Activity tracking designed for children. https://fibionkids.fibion.com/ --- Collect self-report physical activity data easily and cost-effectively https://mimove.fibion.com/ --- Follow the podcast on Twitter https://twitter.com/PA_Researcher Follow host Dr Olli Tikkanen on Twitter https://twitter.com/ollitikkanen Follow Fibion on Twitter https://twitter.com/fibion https://www.youtube.com/@PA_Researcher

Generate Your Value
Information Informs Culture: Taking A Quantum Leap In Digital Health With Ewane Masango

Generate Your Value

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2023 62:36


People around the world are suffering the consequences of not being able to react quickly enough, especially in the health world. We need to be proactive and have access to real-time information in order for our cultures to change. In this episode, Lifestyle Guru Ewane Masango shares how accessible real-time information allows us to have a proactive culture instead of a reactive culture and what benefits businesses, especially the health system, can reap because of it! He dives deep into digital health, using technologies that help us optimize ourselves and for healthcare systems to perform better and take that quantum leap. Tune in now and discover how Ewan is changing the culture of health from reactive to proactive.

InterSystems PULSEcast
9: S1E9: Healthcare Personalization – Virtual Care, eCommerce, CDS (ft. Max Maile, Parkview Health)

InterSystems PULSEcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2023 22:26


Max Maile, Senior Vice President of Digital Health at Parkview Health, reviews Parkview's approach to personalizing care through a new Virtual Care Department and eCommerce platform.

Den of Rich
Alexey Remez | Алексей Ремез

Den of Rich

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2022 115:48


Alexey Remez is an entrepreneur in Digital Health, Founder and CEO of Reztom Medicare, first Digital Pathology Lab in the Russian Federation. He is also Co-Founder of UNIM, a company specialized in the morphology stage of diagnostics oncology. FIND ALEXEY ON SOCIAL MEDIA LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram ================================ SUPPORT & CONNECT: Support on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/denofrich Twitter: https://twitter.com/denofrich Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/denofrich YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/denofrich Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/den_of_rich/ Hashtag: #denofrich © Copyright 2022 Den of Rich. All rights reserved.

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin
#95: Kevin Buckley - Biopharma and Digital Health Patent Attorney

How I Lawyer Podcast with Jonah Perlin

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 15:53


In today's special episode recorded LIVE at ClioCon I spoke with Kevin Buckley of the Torrey Pines Law Group. Kevin is an accomplished international patent attorney & executive. He founded Torrey Pines Law Group in 2013 to help his clients bring lifesaving, enduring, and commercially valuable technologies to market after previously working in Big Law. He recently earned the Clio Reisman Award for Best Growth Story for his work and the work of his law firm during the Covid 19 pandemic. Kevin is a graduate of US San Diego where he studied Biochemistry and the University of Pittsburg School of Law. In our conversation we discuss the importance of finding what you are good at, what patent attorneys do (and how that has changed through his career), the importance of connecting business/law/science especially in today's historical moment, and why they best skill to learn is how to constantly learn from the smart people around you. This episode is sponsored, edited, and engineered by LawPods, a professional podcast production company for busy attorneys. *** Want to Support the Podcast in 2 minutes or less? Leave a Review (this helps the algorithm connect me to new listeners) Subscribe on iTunes or Spotify Purchase How I Lawyer Merchandise Share on LinkedIn or Twitter

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary
AMA (Ask Matt Anything) with Carly Flumer

OffScrip with Matthew Zachary

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 27, 2022 32:57


Returning champion to Out of Patients, advocacy badass Carly Flumer flips the script on Matthew Zachary as she takes the reins for an AMA (Ask Matt Anything) reverse interview. Hilarity ensues as we take a trip down memory lane as to how the sausage was made, the very origins of Stupid Cancer and the young adult cancer movement, and how we've arrived at today's "better problems to have." Enjoy the show.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Slice of Healthcare
#308 - Stephanie Kovalick, Chief Strategy Officer & Partner at Sage Growth Partners

Slice of Healthcare

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2022 13:13


Our Guest: Stephanie Kovalick, Chief Strategy Officer & Partner at Sage Growth PartnersWhat you'll get out of this episode: Kovalick's background, and an overview of Sage Growth Partners An overview of their recent report, "America's Healthcare Crisis" (Read it here) Insights on the findings related to Delayed Care - and the impact this has on the US health system Looking ahead in the industry Our sponsor for this episode is Sage Growth PartnersSage Growth Partners accelerates commercial success for healthcare organizations through a singular focus on growth. The company helps its clients thrive amid the complexities of a rapidly changing marketplace with deep domain expertise and an integrated application of research, strategy, and marketing. For more information, please go to www.sage-growth.com & follow Sage Growth Partners on social media - @sagegrowthpartnersTo learn more about Sage Growth Partners please use the links below:- Website - LinkedInAlso, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter