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Today's guest fits into one of Raise the Line's favorite categories of people: physician entrepreneur. We've talked before on the podcast about the overlapping qualities of drive, curiosity, and desire for impact that both share, and that last trait is the core interest of Dr. Navin Goyal. A great example is OFFOR Health, a mobile healthcare company he co-founded that expedites care for children in the US who face long waits for procedures. “If you're a four-year-old with dental disease and you're on Medicaid, you have an average nine-to-twelve month wait to get into an operating room. We can enable that procedure within one month,” says Goyal. His experience with OFFOR led to the formation of LOUD Capital, which allows Goyal and his partners to seek out other business opportunities that have a social impact. Since launching in 2015, LOUD has partnered with over seventy portfolio companies in healthcare and beyond. But despite his success, Goyal has embraced the concept of being an underdog, hence the title of the book about his journey, Physician Underdog, and his weekly newsletter Underdog for Good. Check out this episode with host Shiv Gaglani to find out why he likes the term, what qualities a potential investment needs to have to get him excited and what he sees as a key upside to having physicians working in a variety of industries. Mentioned in this episode:https://www.loud.vc/Underdog for Good NewsletterPhysician Underdog BookBeyond Physician
Cryogenic Milling, the name may be self explanatory but the process is not. We sit down with Eric Eyerman CEO of at Cal Nano to talk about what Cryogenic Milling is, how Cal Nano has used it in the past, and the benefits it offers to engineers. This episode is sponsored by calnano, learn more about their work and services by visiting their website. This episode is sponsored by Materials Today, an Elsevier community dedicated to the creation and sharing of materials science knowledge and experience through their peer-reviewed journals, academic conferences, educational webinars, and more. Thanks to Kolobyte and Alphabot for letting us use their music in the show! If you have questions or feedback please send us emails at email@example.com or connect with us on social media: Instagram, Twitter. Materialism Team: Taylor Sparks (co-creator,co-host), Andrew Falkowski (co-creator), Jared Duffy (production, marketing, and editing). Keywords: Materials Science Manufacturing Cryogenic Milling
One silver lining of the COVID-19 pandemic is a jump in enrollments in public health degree programs and that's welcome news to Dr. Jan Carney, director of the Master of Public Health program at the University of Vermont's Larner College of Medicine, who believes the field needs a massive injection of personnel. “We need probably an 80% increase in people working in state and local health departments to have the essentials of public health.” As Vermont's former Commissioner of Health, Carney knows the challenges public health officials face and brings those insights to Larner's online-only MPH program, which covers the broad domains of the field from epidemiology to biostatistics to environmental health and also exposes students to the particular health challenges in rural communities. The program also prepares students for perhaps the biggest challenge facing the field: communication of health information in an era of misinformation. To that end, Carney is urging more ascertainment of how different groups of people prefer to receive information and is suggesting a major change in approach. “Maybe we can start to think of public health communication more as a conversation than a one-way information flow.” Join host Michael Carrese for insights from a national force in public health into how education is evolving to prepare public health practitioners for their vital work in challenging times for the profession.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.uvm.edu/publichealth/
Raise the Line's in-depth look at the potential use of psychedelic compounds in mental health treatment continues today with a focus on the role they may play in helping people overcome substance use disorders. Our guest is Dr. Jeeshan Chowdhury, whose own mental health journey led him to found Journey Colab, a company combating addiction through psychedelic care while employing a unique stakeholder model that includes indigenous communities in ownership. “We have put 10% of the founding equity of the company into an irrevocable purpose trust so that the land, the traditions and the people that our medicines and our work are inspired from can benefit from it,” explains Chowdhury. He tells host Shiv Gaglani that indigenous traditions also inform how the company approaches psychedelic therapy itself. “When we look at their use, it is always done in the context of an expert healer, often called a shaman, and it's done as part of a very well-honed protocol and in the context of a larger community.” Check out this thoughtful discussion to find out why Chowdhury thinks of the therapeutic use of psychedelics as akin to surgery, and how Journey Colab is working with rehab center partners to integrate psychedelic care through clinical trials with the goal of creating an integrated treatment program.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.journeycolab.com
Much of the world's population lives in countries in which little research happens. Is this a problem? According to classical economic models of the “ideas production function,” ideas are universal; ideas developed in one place are applicable everywhere. This is probably true enough for some contexts; but not all. In this post we'll look at four domains - agriculture, health, the behavioral sciences, and program evaluation research - where new discoveries do not seem to have universal application across all geographies.This podcast is an audio read through of the (initial version of the) article "When research over there isn't helpful here," originally published on New Things Under the Sun.Articles mentionedComin, Diego, and Marti Mestieri. 2014. Technology diffusion: Measurement, causes, and consequences. In Handbook of economic growth, Vol. 2, 565-622. Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-53540-5.00002-1Verhoogen, Eric. Forthcoming. Firm-level upgrading in developing countries. Journal of Economic Literature. (link)Moscona, Jacob, and Karthik Sastry. 2022. Inappropriate technology: Evidence from global agriculture. SSRN working paper. https://doi.org/10.2139/ssrn.3886019Wilson, Mary Elizabeth. 2017. The geography of infectious diseases. Infectious Diseases: 938–947.e1. https://doi.org/10.1016%2FB978-0-7020-6285-8.00106-4Wang, Ting, et al. 2022. The Human Pangenome Project: a global resource to map genomic diversity. Nature 604(7906): 437-446. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-022-04601-8Hotez, Peter J., David H. Molyneux, Alan Fenwick, Jacob Kumaresan, Sonia Ehrlich Sachs, Jeffrey D. Sachs, and Lorenzo Savioli. 2007. Control of neglected tropical diseases. New England Journal of Medicine 357(10): 1018-1027. https://doi.org/10.1056/NEJMra064142Henrich, Joseph, Steven J. Heine, and Ara Norenzayan. 2010. The weirdest people in the world? Behavioral and Brain Sciences 33(2-3): 61-83. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0140525X0999152XApicella, Coren, Ara Norenzayan, and Joseph Henrich. 2020. Beyond WEIRD: A review of the last decade and a look ahead to the global laboratory of the future. Evolution and Human Behavior 41(5): 319-329. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.evolhumbehav.2020.07.015Klein Richard A., et al. 2018. Many Labs 2: Investigating Variation in Replicability Across Samples and Settings. Advances in Methods and Practices in Psychological Science. 2018;1(4):443-490. https://doi.org/10.1177/2515245918810225Schimmelpfennig, Robin, et al. 2023. A Problem in Theory and More: Measuring the Moderating Role of Culture in Many Labs 2. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/hmnrx.Vivalt, Eva. 2020. How much can we generalize from impact evaluations? Journal of the European Economic Association18(6): 3045-3089. https://doi.org/10.1093/jeea/jvaa019Vivalt, Eva, Aidan Coville, and K. C. Sampada. 2023. Tacit versus Formal Knowledge in Policy Decisions.
Welcome back to Environmental Professionals Radio, Connecting the Environmental Professionals Community Through Conversation, with your hosts Laura Thorne and Nic Frederick! On today's episode, we talk with Thomas Abdallah, Assistant Vice President and Chief Environmental Engineer for the MTA's Construction and Development (MTA C&D) agency about All Things Mass Transit, Pandemic Lessons, and Career Advice & Experiences. Read his full bio below.Help us continue to create great content! If you'd like to sponsor a future episode hit the support podcast button or visit www.environmentalprofessionalsradio.com/sponsor-form Showtimes: 4:39 Nic & Laura discuss useless knowledge of planes9:39 Interview with Thomas Abdallah starts9:51 All things mass transit25:55 Pandemic lessons39:12 Career advice & experiencesPlease be sure to ✔️subscribe, ⭐rate and ✍review. This podcast is produced by the National Association of Environmental Professions (NAEP). Check out all the NAEP has to offer at NAEP.org.Connect with Thomas Abdallah at https://www.linkedin.com/in/thomas-abdallah-p-e-leed-ap-77b59718/Guest Bio:Thomas Abdallah, P.E. LEED AP, ENV SP is the Vice President and Chief Environmental Engineer for the MTA's Construction and Development (MTA C&D) agency. Thomas holds a B.S. in Chemical Engineering from Rutgers University. He is responsible to provide expert environmental engineering services for all MTA capital projects, and ensures that all design and construction projects meet environmental requirements including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and the NY State Environmental Quality Review Act (SEQRA). He is also a fierce champion of environmental sustainability issues and is responsible for MTA C&D's certified ISO 14001 Environmental Management System (EMS).Thomas is also an Adjunct Professor in Columbia University's Sustainability Management (SUMA) graduate program in the School of Professional Studies, and the Transportation curriculum lead at the Charles B. Rangel Infrastructure Workforce Initiative at the City College of New York CUNY. He is the proud author of the book(s) Sustainable Mass Transit: Challenges and Opportunities in Urban Public Transportation (1st Edition 2017 & 2nd Edition 2023 Elsevier) and has appeared in an episode of History Channel's Modern Marvels – Moving America.Music CreditsIntro: Givin Me Eyes by Grace MesaOutro: Never Ending Soul Groove by Mattijs MullerSupport the showThanks for listening! A new episode drops every Friday. Like, share, subscribe, and/or sponsor to help support the continuation of the show. You can find us on Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, and all your favorite podcast players.
Delve into the new (ish) exciting world of flash sintering and learn how it compares to Spark Plasma Sintering. Also get ready for a little history lesson on tceramic production in the UK. This episode is sponsored by Lucideon, learn more about their work and job opportunities by visiting their website. This episode is sponsored by Materials Today, an Elsevier community dedicated to the creation and sharing of materials science knowledge and experience through their peer-reviewed journals, academic conferences, educational webinars, and more. Thanks to Kolobyte and Alphabot for letting us use their music in the show! If you have questions or feedback please send us emails at firstname.lastname@example.org or connect with us on social media: Instagram, Twitter. Materialism Team: Taylor Sparks (co-creator,co-host), Andrew Falkowski (co-creator), Jared Duffy (production, marketing, and editing). Keywords: Materials Science Manufacturing Ceramics UK Flash Sintering
Today's episode touches on some regular themes we explore on Raise the Line such as equal access to quality healthcare, provider burnout and the impact of AI on medicine, but on this episode, we have the welcome opportunity to take a look at these key issues from the perspective of a doctor-turned-entrepreneur in Brazil. Today, Dr. Bruno Lagoeiro is an executive at Afya, one of the largest medical education groups in Brazil, but he started out as a med student who was interested in solving problems he and his classmates were encountering. After years of experimentation, and guidance from a business mentor, the solution they developed was Whitebook, a mobile app for clinical decision-support that's used in tens of millions of patient encounters every year in Brazil. Join host Shiv Gaglani as he draws out the details of Dr. Lagoeiro's amazing journey to improve healthcare in a huge and diverse country that faces delivery challenges in poor and remote communities and a provider workforce being drained by bureaucracy. Despite these hurdles, Dr. Lagoeiro has an optimistic message to share about the power of providers to change healthcare and the promise of AI to allow them to focus more on the human aspects of medicine. Mentioned in this episode: Afya
Xi Jinping (70) is voor het eerst in jaren weer eens in de VS, om te praten met Joe Biden (80). De wereldleiders werken aan hun probleemrelatie. Een ruzie die ook beleggers aan gaat, vooral die van ASML. Maar zijn de twee écht bereid om de chipoorlog bij te leggen? Ook gaat het over het asbest van de 21e eeuw, zoals Pfas wordt genoemd. Beleggers roepen chemiebedrijven als Chemours en DuPont op om te stoppen met het produceren ervan. Een serieuze groep beleggers: samen beheren ze zo'n 10.000 miljard dollar aan vermogen. Ook komt vriend van de show Warren Buffett voorbij en je hoort waarom Halloween de grote keten Target aan een giga-koerssprong helpt!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Join Sheila and Sara this week as they cover limb deficiencies and amputations as well as orthopedic conditions. This is a longer episode with a lot of material to cover. Make sure you are supplementing our conversation with charts, tables and pictures from the Campbell text referenced below. Cheers and happy listening! Affiliate Codes: ------------------------------------------ Medbridge Affiliate website: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/pushing-pediatrics Medbridge Affiliate Code: PUSHINGPEDS ----------------------------------------- Resources: Palisano, R. J., Orlin, M. N., & Schreiber, R. (2023). Campbell's physical therapy for children. Elsevier.
Join Sheila and Sara, along with Helen Carey, PT, DHSc, PCS, and Jessica Lewis, PT, DPT, PCS as we come together to dissect a case-style question from the PCS Advantage Case-Based exam! This unique opportunity not only allows you to practice a question but also provides a glimpse into the incredible benefits the PCS Advantage program has to offer in terms of test preparation. In this episode, we delve into a comprehensive vignette featuring multiple questions, providing invaluable insights for all participants. Best of all, this episode is available to everyone! Affiliate Codes: ------------------------------------------ Medbridge Affiliate website: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/pushing-pediatrics Medbridge Affiliate Code: PUSHINGPEDS ----------------------------------------- Resources: PCS Advantage: https://rehabknowledge.com/products/pcs-advantage/ Palisano, R. J., Orlin, M. N., & Schreiber, R. (2023). Campbell's physical therapy for children. Elsevier.
Among the key qualities everyone wants in their healthcare providers is a love of learning and desire to serve others. That's why we at Osmosis are confident Dr. Lewis Nasr will be a great physician and why we chose him to be the first guest in a new series of interviews on Raise the Line we're calling “Next Gen Journeys.” The series will highlight fresh perspectives on medical education and the future of healthcare offered by students and recent graduates from around the globe. Starting with Dr. Nasr is a natural choice because of the many contributions he's made to Osmosis over the last several years including service in the Osmosis Medical Education Fellowship program and being a key contributor to our Year of the Zebra initiative. In this engaging conversation with host Hillary Acer, Lewis brings the perspective of medical students trying to learn in very challenging circumstances in which their personal safety and access to basic needs can be at risk. “It's another layer of obstacles that you have to get through. This gives international students a resilience and adaptability that they can bring to clinical practice.” Lewis also discusses his interest in hematology-oncology and reflects on entering the field at a time of remarkable clinical and technical advancements. “It's exciting to see cancer go from what is perceived as a death sentence to something manageable. I really hope to be part of the scientific wave of making cancer history.” We have no doubt that he will be, and neither will you after hearing from this thoughtful, compassionate young physician. Mentioned in this episode: https://www.osmosis.org/worldhttps://www.osmosis.org/zebrahttps://www.mdanderson.org/
Today's Raise the Line guest, Dr. Megan Meyer, has a pretty simple message for proponents of psychedelic-assisted therapy (PAT) who are concerned that demand for therapists will outstrip supply in the coming years: don't overlook the largest group of mental health providers in the nation. “Social workers provide more mental health services than psychologists, psychiatrists and psychiatric nurses combined and we're embedded everywhere. I don't think the psychedelic renaissance can actually achieve its aims without us,” says Meyer, who is an associate professor at the University of Maryland School of Social Work. Meyers adds that social workers also happened to be well-equipped for PAT because they're trained to act as guides in helping clients find their own voice and not impose their own perspectives or biases. Getting large numbers trained will require collaboration across disciplines, universities and training institutes such as the project she's working on with colleagues at the university's Schools of Pharmacy and Nursing to survey social workers and nurses regarding their current knowledge and training needs related to psychedelics. Join host Michael Carrese for an expansive conversation about the role social workers can play in minimizing the risks and realizing the potential of psychedelics including issues of bias and diversity, community-based models of post-therapy integration and learning from the practices of indigenous societies.Mentioned in this episode: https://www.ssw.umaryland.edu/
Join Sheila and Sara this week as they cover Osteogenesis Imperfecta and Neuromuscular Diseases (with a primary focus on DMD). We also touch on Becker MD, congenital MD, facioscapulohumeral muscular dystrophy, Myotonic dystrophy, Emery-Dreifuss MD and SMA. Please note, the content for SMA is from Campbell, but we recognize the quickly evolving presentation of that disease with the introduction of Spinraza and other medications. Please be mindful of this during the episode. Enjoy. Affiliate Codes: ------------------------------------------ Medbridge Affiliate website: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/pushing-pediatrics Medbridge Affiliate Code: PUSHINGPEDS ----------------------------------------- Resources: Palisano, R. J., Orlin, M. N., & Schreiber, R. (2023). Campbell's physical therapy for children. Elsevier.
Tässä jaksossa fysioterapeutti Marko Grönholmin käsittelyssä on prosessiin luottaminen osana fysioterapeutin kliinistä työtä sekä potilaan kanssa vastaanotolla tapahtuvaa kommunikaatiota. Tähän kaikkeen liittyy olennaisesti myös kliininen päättely, epävarmuuden käsittely, fysioterapiaprosessi ja miksei myös liikeharjoittelu. Tämän kokonaisuuden käsittelymuotona Fysioterapiaa liikkeellä -podcastin historian toinen esseetyyppinen pohdiskelevampi katsaus tai podcast-kuunnelma. Luota prosessiin, sanotaan – mutta mitä se edes oikein tarkoittaa? Onko se vain slogan vai kätkeytyykö sen taakse syvempiäkin ajatuksia? Tähän ja moniin tuosta lausahduksesta kumpuaviin sivujuonteisiin pyrin tarttumaan kiinni tässä Fysioterapiaa liikkeellä -podcastin kasuaaleja pohdintoja -jaksossa. Tervetuloa mukaan! Jakson lähdeviitteet: Grönholm M. Fysioterapeutin kliinisessä työssä varmaa on vain epävarmuus. Fysioterapia-lehti. 2023, 4: 54-57 (myös online) Grönholm M. Fysioterapiassa kohti tulevaa - minkälaisia osaajia tarvitaan? Juhlapuhe, Laurea AMK, 9/2023. Simpkin AL, Schwartzstein RM. Tolerating Uncertainty – The Next Medical Revolution? The New England Journal of Medicine. 2016 Nov 3;375(18):1713–1715. Higgs J, Jensen GM. Clinical reasoning – Challenges of Interpretation and Practice in the 21st Century. In: Higgs J, Jensen GM, Loftus S, Christensen N, eds. Clinical Reasoning in the Health Professions. 4th ed. Elsevier, 2019: pp. 3–11 Willy RW, Hoglund LT, Barton CJ, Bolgla LA, Scalzitti DA, Logerstedt DS, Lynch AD, Snyder-Mackler L, McDonough CM. Patellofemoral Pain. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. 2019 Sep;49(9):CPG1-CPG95. Neal BS, Bartholomew C, Barton CJ, Morrissey D, Lack SD. Six Treatments Have Positive Effects at 3 Months for People With Patellofemoral Pain: A Systematic Review With Meta-analysis. Journal of Orthopaedic & Sports Physical Therapy. 2022 Nov;52(11):750-768. Jensen GM, Gwyer J, Shepard KF. Expert practice in physical therapy. Physical Therapy. 2000 Jan;80(1):28-43; discussion 44-52. Hammond A. The Problem With Goals. Blogi-kirjoitus, online 2020. Miten voisin kehittää tästä podcastista entistä paremman ja sinulle merkityksellisen kuuntelukokemuksen? Otan mielelläni vastaan kommentteja, palautetta, kysymyksiä ja toiveita sähköpostitse email@example.com tai Instagramissa @movement_physio. Fysioterapiaa liikkeellä -podcastia tukevat Kuntoutuskouluttajat, VK-Kustannus, Kir-Fix ja Palautuminen-com. Kuntoutuskouluttajien ajantasaiseen koulutustarjontaan voit tututustua osoitteessa https://www.kuntoutuskouluttajat.fi/koulutukset/ VK-Kustannuksen verkkokaupasta osoitteessa https://vk-kustannus.fi/kauppa saat koodilla 'MG' jo julkaistuista kirjoista -25% alennuksen Kir-Fixin palvelevan verkkokaupan valikoimiin pääset tutustumaan osoitteessa https://kir-fix.fi Palautuminen-com tuo käyttöösi GameReady-kylmäkompressiojärjestelmän sekä monia muita innovatiivisia tuotteita. Saat -10% alennuksen ActivForce2 -dynamometrista koodilla 'MG10' verkkokaupasta osoitteessa https://palautuminen.com
There's a relatively small number of people who have had the opportunity to create a medical school from the ground up, which is why today's Raise the Line guest, Dr. Robert Hasty, is particularly interesting to talk to because he's had that chance three times. Currently, he is involved in launching one of the nation's newest medical schools, the Orlando College of Osteopathic Medicine, in one of its fastest growing areas, Central Florida. “I think one of the things I've learned is that everything is incredibly connected at a medical school -- the facility, the curriculum, the culture, the clinical rotation partners...it all has to work together, so that's one of the things that we've done.” Hasty and his team have also designed a modern curriculum that's taking a “lecture-less,” team-based, case-based, systems-based approach that interweaves clinical skills and knowledge of basic science throughout the four years. And on top of all that, given the school's proximity to Disney World, you can see fireworks every night from campus! Join host Shiv Gaglani for this hopeful look at the cutting-edge of medical education. Mentioned in this episode: https://ocom.org/
If you get nothing else from listening to this memorable episode of Raise the Line, you'll at least have the chance to do a breathing exercise in real time along with host Shiv Gaglani and his guest, Dr. Michelle Thompson, who is triple board certified in lifestyle, integrative, and osteopathic family medicine. Dr. Thompson has come to rely on a breathing practice for her own daily wellbeing and offers to do it along with all of her patients as well as countless medical students, residents and colleagues. In fact, as a strong advocate for provider wellness, she's created full-day programs for physicians and nurses to learn tools like breathwork for resilience and self-care. “Self-care is not selfish. If we are caring for ourselves, we are more available to others,” she explains. In addition to her role as medical director of the Lifestyle Medicine Institute at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, Thompson is a national force in establishing lifestyle medicine programs in health systems across the country, as nearly 100 organizations have done. Taking it a step further, UPMC is building a new hospital in the city that Thompson says is going to have a “lifestyle village” on the first three floors to facilitate the efforts of community members to choose healthy habits. Join us as we explore the impact lifestyle and mind-body medicine is having on patient care, employee wellness and medical education in Pittsburgh and far beyond in this perspective-shifting conversation.Mentioned in this episode: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
Boo! This week join Sheila and Sara as they cover torticollis, cranial deformity and arthrogryposis. They start off this episode with torticollis and cranial deformity. Last season, they did an entire episode covering the torticollis CPG. That was the most comprehensive episode we have done and we definitely feel that it covers the full depth of torticollis. The book chapter leans heavily on the CPG so a lot of this information will be repetitive with that, but that is ok! Repetition is good. They then move on to cover arthrogryposis through the life span. Affiliate Codes: ------------------------------------------ Medbridge Affiliate website: https://www.medbridgeeducation.com/pushing-pediatrics Medbridge Affiliate Code: PUSHINGPEDS ----------------------------------------- Resources: Palisano, R. J., Orlin, M. N., & Schreiber, R. (2023). Campbell's physical therapy for children. Elsevier. Kaplan, Sandra L. PT, DPT, PhD; Coulter, Colleen PT, DPT, PhD, PCS; Sargent, Barbara PT, PhD, PCS. Physical Therapy Management of Congenital Muscular Torticollis: A 2018 Evidence-Based Clinical Practice Guideline From the APTA Academy of Pediatric Physical Therapy. Pediatric Physical Therapy 30(4):p 240-290, October 2018. | DOI: 10.1097/PEP.0000000000000544
Today's Raise the Line guest has created two new degree programs at Brown University, is a vice president and board director at one of the oldest venture capital firms in the nation, and was CEO at a groundbreaking digital healthcare company. Oh, and he's still in his twenties. As an investor, Morgan Cheatham -- who is also a third-year medical student at Brown University -- is applying his impressive experience, intellect and energy to the use of computation in improving patient care, and he's encouraged by what he sees. A prime example is Abridge, a company that uses an AI audio system to capture and summarize the information patients share during appointments, allowing the doctor to focus on the patient, not on typing notes. “A guiding light in my career has been how we take this sacred one-to-one relationship and scale it one to many, and Abridge is the company that does just that,” Cheatham tells host Shiv Gaglani, who also happens to be a successful healthcare entrepreneur and third-year medical student. And while Cheatham is excited by the potential application of AI in healthcare, he notes that the medical community needs to move quicky to establish quality standards for its use. “How do we build the right validation benchmarks and evaluation criteria to know whether or not it is performing well?” Don't miss this fun and fascinating conversation that also covers the necessity of embracing ambiguity, remaining curious and seeking diverse perspectives to navigate the rapidly evolving landscape of healthcare and technology. Mentioned in this episode: Bessemer Venture Partners