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Ryan and Emily discuss the aftermath of McCarthy's ouster as Speaker with his confirmation of not seeking to run again, Sean Hannity claims Trump is weighing a run for speaker, the largest strike in American history launching this week, Hunter Biden pleads not guilty in gun case, SCOTUS hears case that could decide the fate of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, iPhone security protections threatened by dark money backed groups, NC Republicans push for ability to destroy public records, McConnell outmaneuvered on Ukraine, and Nina Turner joins the show to discuss her new union supporting organization. To become a Breaking Points Premium Member and watch/listen to the show uncut and 1 hour early visit: https://breakingpoints.supercast.com/ Merch Store: https://shop.breakingpoints.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr Rachel Draelos founded Cydoc (www.cydoc.ai), a health tech startup building AI-powered healthcare software. Cydoc's first product is a smart patient intake form that saves time by enabling faster note-writing and more efficient visits. Our form pre-interviews patients using adaptive medical reasoning, then transforms the Q&A into the text of a medical note, including a detailed HPI focused on that individual's specific visit reasons. A study with 18 medical students demonstrated 3x faster encounters and note writing with Cydoc, from 17 minutes per patient to 5 minutes per patient. I'm excited to announce that we are now enrolling medical practices in our pilot program! If you are a physician or healthcare leader interested in deploying Cydoc in your organization, you can book a free demo and Q&A session with my team using this link https://bit.ly/43T7dGi Website https://www.cydoc.ai/ ------------------------- Dr. Sharon Mclaughlin is board board-certified plastic surgeon. She is the founder of the Female Physician Entrepreneurs Network and Business Program where she empowers women physicians by helping them turn their ideas into profitable businesses so that they can have the freedom to live their best lives. She is also the founder of Mind Lull, which helps others slow down by providing tools and journals that help small business owners improve their focus and have more fulfillment. Her latest book, Thriving After Burnout, is a compilation of stories from women physicians who share tips and strategies on what helped them during burnout. Thriving After Burnout Thriving After Burnout: A Compilation of Real Stories and Strategies to Reduce Female Physician Burnout Our Business program https://businessmindsetmd.com For women physicians https://fpestrong.com You can find Dr Mclaughlin's planners here Journal and Business Planner For Entrepreneurs and Small Business Owners: Intention and Gratitude Journal For Entrepreneurs Her website https://sharonmclaughlinmd.com You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org
When patients don't feel heard by their doctors, there's an erosion of trust that can lead to serious health consequences—even if clinicians have their patients' best interests in mind. Dr. Mary Catherine Beach, who studies patient-provider communications, talks with Stephanie Desmon about what can happen when patients don't feel heard, interventions to teach providers better listening skills, and how bias comes into play.
Last month, the Nashville Health Care Council (NHCC) launched its inaugural Nashville Healthcare Sessions Conference. The five-day event convened industry leaders from across the country for two days of collaborative panels, in-depth discussions, interdisciplinary problem-solving and relationship-building, followed by over 30 associated events and gatherings. With a focus on innovation, the conference was a seedbed for new ideas from every sector of the industry. It also represented the spirit of collaboration and unified focus necessary to navigate healthcare's environment of ongoing change, challenge and pressure. While many of those challenges are borne out of silos and technological lagging, the Nashville Healthcare Sessions Conference facilitated connection and innovation. To review everything that took place at Sessions and unpack what comes next for the industry, Apryl Childs-Potter, NHCC president, joined the High Stakes Podcast. In this conversation, she offers her perspective on the transforming healthcare industry, as well as Nashville's role in the middle of it all. Key Insights: — In an industry with seemingly 1,000 daily headlines, AI is healthcare's biggest news. Its uses, merits and ethics are being discussed in every hospital board room and executive suite across the nation. That's because it's no longer just a looming possibility…it's already being implemented at scale by health systems. — Historically, healthcare has been years behind in technology integration, but adoption is happening quicker than ever before. Tools are more sophisticated and user-friendly, allowing providers to accelerate at the pace of technological innovation. — Healthcare is at a “watershed moment.” From the changing models of care delivery to value-based care to new technologies, factors are in play that have been discussed in theory for years. Now, these developments are accelerating, in large part because of creative partnerships and that spirit of collaboration among friends and putative rivals alike. — In the midst of this change, Nashville has an opportunity to elevate as healthcare's capital. The city breeds collaboration thanks to its artistic, musical roots, but also because of the high concentration of healthcare organizations from large systems to IT to health tech startups. To maintain its position at the top of the industry, however, it needs to channel investments toward continued growth, collaboration and talent development. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
This is a special publication of the first season of the new Health Affairs podcast, Research and Justice For All. The first season, "Private Sector Solutions," is sponsored by CVS Health. The six-episode season will publish Wednesdays.Guest: Dr. Karen DeSalvo, Chief Health Officer, Google CVS Health's Sree Chaguturu and Joneigh Khaldun interview Karen DeSalvo of Google on how to leverage data and partnerships to drive positive, equitable health outcomes. They also discuss both the public and private sector approaches to promoting health equity.This season is sponsored by CVS Health.Related Links: A Health System's Experience With Inclusive Race And Ethnicity Data Collection, And The Need For Data Equity Principles (Health Affairs) Building a Clinical Team in a Large Technology Company (NEJM Catalyst) Google is committed to health equity (Google) Explore COVID-19 Symptoms Search Trends (Google) Med-PaLM (Google Research) Explore the CVS Health-sponsored Health Affairs Forefront short series, “Private Sector Solutions for Health Equity.”
The House now needs a new Speaker after Kevin McCarthy was ousted last night in a vote supported by some Republicans. The largest healthcare worker strike in US history is set to begin this morning. A suspect is still at large after a shooting at Baltimore's Morgan State University. Western allies are running out of ammunition to give Ukraine. And, the US has announced sanctions in its crackdown on fentanyl traffickingTo learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Learn the surprising science of hope and how having more of it can help us all. Meet our guest Tabitha Childers, whose yoga teacher training inspired her to create the organization: Hope for Healthcare. Tabitha shares her experience as a nurse in the healthcare industry and how Yoga helped her to create a pathway to helping her healthcare community! Connect with Tabitha Childers and Hope for Healthcare! https://www.hopeforhealthcare.org Instagram: @hopeforehealthcareusa Site mentioned: Hopescore.com Conexion Del Corazon Panama Retreat with Ashley Weber Feb 11-18th 2024: https://www.ashleyweberyoga.com/panama-retreat Connect to Yoga And... Podcast: Please write us a glowing 5 star review wherever you get your Podcasts email@example.com Instagram: yogaandpodcast TikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@yogaandpodcast Music by Mama Duke --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yogaandpodcast/message Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/yogaandpodcast/support
This episode features Holly Buckley, Chair of Healthcare at McGuireWoods & Tim Fry, Healthcare Partner at McGuireWoods. Here, they discuss the white paper - McGuireWoods Private Equity in Healthcare - An Updated Review of Selected Niche Investment Areas.To read the paper in its entirety click here.
Ever wondered why some children end up in orphanages? Kali Hymsel, an advocate for social justice, education, and healthcare in Haiti, joins us for a riveting discussion on this and much more. Having transitioned from corporate America to work with La Point Foundation in Haiti, Kali offers unique insights into the realities of life there. We delve into the complex issues surrounding volunteerism and the unintentional harm it can sometimes cause. Plus, discover how Kali is fighting for more jobs, enhanced education, and greater health equity in her homeland.In this episode, we also spotlight the phenomenal work of Lumos, an organization blessed with the support of JK Rowling. Exploring the potential of social entrepreneurship, we discuss how this approach can generate jobs, empower individuals, and offer a sustainable solution to the financial burdens of parenthood that often lead children to orphanages. We also discuss the model of Papillon Marketplace as an example of a sustainable business model.What's the state of education and healthcare in Haiti? We discuss the challenges in a system where 90% of schools are church-funded and less than 6% of people graduate from high school. We also discuss the work of the Point Foundation, which is dedicated to providing education opportunities in Haiti. Finally, we share some practical ways you can join the global health pursuit and support education in Haiti. This eye-opening episode is a must-listen for anyone interested in social justice and advocacy.__________________Support the PodcastClick here to send in a one time or monthly donationJoin the Podcast Mailing list: https://www.globalhealthpursuit.com/mailing-list Make sure to follow Hetal on LinkedIn, Instagram and Facebook!Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.Thank you so much. We deeply appreciate you.
It's no secret that the industry is in the midst of a serious workforce crisis. For years, leaders have employed strategies primarily looking to mitigate the crisis with short-term solutions without addressing the root-causes of clinician burnout and workforce shortages. However, today we want to talk about a non-negotiable tactic that can work to address these root problems: technology. In this episode, host Rachel (Rae) Woods invites Advisory Board experts Allyson Paiewonsky and Jordan Peterson to discuss what organizations are getting wrong about tech and how it can work to sustainably alleviate the workforce crisis in the long term. Throughout the conversation, they discuss emerging technologies, why the industry needs to think differently about workforce solutions, and how leaders can work with the resources that they already have. Links: Ep. 173: 4 ways to prevent a physician shortage [Bonus content] Ep. 162: Addressing the workforce crisis: Insights from University Hospitals' leaders 12 technologies to address your clinical workforce challenges How technology can help solve the workforce crisis Learn more about the Advisory Board Fellowship at: advisory.com/fellowship A transcript of this episode as well as more information and resources can be found on radioadvisory.advisory.com.
Anthony has been working in healthcare for more than 25 years. His professional career started in the 90s at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) doing bioinformatics for the Human Genome Project. He later shifted into Research and Development at Novartis Pharmaceuticals, where he was interested in contributing more directly to the development of new disease therapies. Although Anthony worked in healthcare, he was extremely sick! At 33 years old, he was denied a 20-year term life insurance policy. He was morbidly obese, weighing more than 360 pounds, medicated for high blood pressure, and suffering from psoriasis, eczema, migraine headaches, and sleep apnea. Through the transition to a whole food plant-based diet and healthy lifestyle, Anthony lost 160 lbs. and reversed all of these conditions. He has maintained that weight loss, optimal health, and a greatly improved quality of life for more than 15 years and counting. Driven to help others not experience the sickness he had to endure, Anthony realized that top-tier physicians were not available to the general public, either because of cost or availability (they lived in other states). Anthony decided to do something about it, by launching Love.Life Telehealth, an integrated health and wellness company, provides patient-centric medical care that's outcome-driven, personalized, and dedicated to addressing whole-body health. With licensed physicians practicing telehealth nationwide, Love.Life empowers patients to proactively improve their health by focusing on the root causes of chronic diseases and offering comprehensive solutions. Love.Life is a national network of wellness hubs that is leading the convergence of food, medicine, and wellness for a one-stop transformative health experience. In this podcast, we get into: ✅ How Anthony lost 160lbs on a plant-based diet ✅ Why the first time he attempted to lose 50lbs failed miserably ✅ Why he believes personalized Telemedicine is going to revolutionize healthcare ✅ How to start new habits and make them sticky & consistent
Are you living your life by default…or by design? If you're honest, are you really fulfilled with how things are? If you're not fulfilled—in your career, relationships, and life—I have good news: you get to choose! So if you are in a rough spot, or have been feeling stuck, tune in to this episode so you can get clarity on the 3 choices you have to have the clarity on what to do…and the courage to follow through. When it comes to living a fulfilled life, this is how to script your confidence! RESOURCES: >> [PODCAST]: Complicated Problems - https://rb.gy/wlrec >> [FREE EBOOK] 5 Tips to Thrive in Healthcare: bit.ly/3U3Z6Ts >> [BOOK]: Rx: YOU! The Pharmacist's Survival Guide for Managing Stress & Fitting in Fitness: amzn.to/3tEkzW4 >> [BOOK] Gen-Z Pharmacist: bit.ly/3DmhM7s Host: Adam Martin, PharmD, ACSM-CPT, NAMS-CNC -Website: www.thefitpharmacist.com -LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/fitpharmfam -Instagram: www.instagram.com/thefitpharmacist -YouTube: bit.ly/2x2urwl
There are so many functional and aesthetic factors to consider when designing color for non-residential interiors. Your color choices must support a range of branding, comfort, productivity, and /or way finding goals, to name a few. Tens, hundreds or thousands of people may be users of this space and the color decision makers can be a plurality of people. Done well you can soothe an anxious patient, inspire a creative maker or focus a leader. The list goes on... All achieved by the thoughtful and educated application of good color.
Join our host, Stephanie Clairmont on this heart-centered journey exploring the true purpose behind our chosen careers as health professionals. As we reflect on why we started this journey and how our work impacts our lives, you're invited to look inward and consider how aligned you are with your values. Listen in as Stephanie delves into the important subject of burnout, and how the tough culture in the health industry can shape our feelings about our job. Stephanie guides you to reimagine your career and business. Listen in as she uncovers how you can leverage your expertise to create a meaningful impact through your work with online programs, which allows you to make more money while transforming many more peoples' lives. All this and more in today's episode of The Leveraged Practice Podcast! Key Topics: The Soul Behind Your Business (01:15) The Meaning Behind the Heart-Centered Work that is Healthcare (03:59) Leveraging Technology for a More Efficient Practice (08:00) Re-Imagining Career and Business Vision (12:38) Re-Encountering Purpose in Healthcare (15:53) Your Take Home Action Items (18:07) Join us for our FREE 5-day workshop: Find Freedom with Online Health Programs Happening October 30th-November 3rd at 12:00pm EDT Daily In this free workshop, you'll learn how to develop digital programs, what tech is needed and how to setup an automated sales system for your established practice. You'll make a plan for a fulfilling career that also allows you to work less with private patients, while making more. Go to LeverageYourPractice.com to register! If you enjoyed this episode, you might also enjoy: Ep. 222 The Truth About Selling Online Ep. 226 What Keeps Your Fire Burning? Ep. 237 Which Idea Should I Start With?
Health Affairs' Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Jamila Michener from Cornell University on her recent paper examining the relationship between racism, power, and health equity through the lens of tenant organizations and housing rights.Order the October 2023 issue of Health Affairs.Currently, more than 70 percent of our content is freely available - and we'd like to keep it that way. With your support, we can continue to keep our digital publication Forefront and podcasts free for everyone.
Welcome to Episode 39! We are beginning a two-part journey to introduce and cover Trauma Informed Care. In this first episode, we dive into the often unknown world of Adverse Childhood Events (ACEs), those unseen moments from youth that can ripple throughout our lives, impacting our health, happiness, and even how we connect with others. Join us for a compelling exploration that might just reshape how you view childhood challenges and resilience.----------------------------------------------------------------------------------New website: https://www.purposedrivenpx.com/real-nurses-real-talk-podcastInterest form to tell your story: https://form.jotform.com/230685346709060Be sure to connect with us on Instagram:@realnurses_pcSend questions, topic ideas, and/or comments to email@example.com.
Transparent communication is the backbone of successful healthcare compliance strategies. In this episode, Edye Edens discusses the complexities of compliance across industries, with a particular focus on clinical research and healthcare. She advocates for a risk-based approach and emphasizes the importance of technology and transparent communication in adapting to evolving regulations. Tune in to learn about the delicate balance between risk and compliance in healthcare and research!
As many have noticed, there is an ongoing need to explain public health to the general public. Dr. Huntley hosts a monthly roundtable discussing a variety of public health topics. During this episode, specialists LaShonda Richardson, Andrea L. Lowe, and Ericka Horne join Dr. Charlotte Hughes Huntley to share how they answer this question. To help distinguish the field of public health from other areas, the conversation centers around how public health differs from the healthcare field. Each guest shares her approach to answering this question in plain language, along with key similarities, values, and goals that each has in common with the other. Join us for an empowering public health roundtable equipping you to understand how these two fields interact with the common goal of creating health for all. Thanks for listening! PHEC Podcast Public Health Entrepreneurs Public Health Roundtable
The landscape of obstetrics is undergoing a profound transformation, characterized by both positive and challenging changes. On the positive side, advancements in medical technology and evidence-based practices are enhancing the safety and well-being of expectant mothers and their babies. Access to prenatal care, maternal education, and support systems is improving, leading to better outcomes. However, this evolution also presents challenges, such as concerns about the medicalization of childbirth and potential disparities in access to care. Striking a balance between embracing innovation and preserving the fundamental principles of compassionate, patient-centered obstetric care will be crucial as the field continues to evolve. In the future of obstetrics, a transformation is underway that heralds a shift away from the traditional model of solo and private practitioners towards a landscape dominated by doctors employed by hospitals. This evolution carries implications that transcend the clinical realm and touch upon the intricate dynamics of patient care. As the scales tip towards hospital-employed physicians, the alignment of interests between patients and healthcare institutions may become increasingly nuanced. While this transformation may foster greater collaboration and coordination within healthcare systems, it also raises questions about whether the primacy of patients' needs and preferences might be diluted in favor of institutional priorities. Navigating this terrain will require thoughtful consideration of how to maintain patient-centered care amid changing structures, ensuring that the future of obstetrics continues to prioritize the well-being and autonomy of expectant mothers and their newborns. The future of obstetrics is likely to involve several advancements and changes, driven by advancements in technology, evolving medical practices, and shifting societal needs. While we can't predict the future with certainty, we can provide some insights into potential trends and developments in obstetrics: Personalized Medicine: The field of obstetrics may increasingly adopt personalized medicine approaches. Genetic testing and genomic profiling may become more routine to assess a mother's and baby's genetic risks for various conditions, allowing for tailored prenatal care and treatment plans. Telemedicine: Telemedicine has become more prevalent in healthcare, and obstetrics is no exception. Virtual prenatal visits, remote monitoring of vital signs, and online resources for expectant mothers may continue to expand, improving access to care, especially in rural or underserved areas. Artificial Intelligence (AI): AI and machine learning algorithms can assist in early detection of complications during pregnancy, enhancing the ability to predict and prevent issues such as preterm birth or gestational diabetes. AI can also help improve the accuracy of ultrasound imaging and fetal monitoring. Remote Monitoring: Wearable devices and sensors can enable continuous monitoring of a pregnant woman's health and the baby's well-being, providing real-time data to healthcare providers and alerting them to potential problems. 3D Printing and Customized Medical Devices: 3D printing technology may be used to create customized medical devices and implants for high-risk pregnancies or complicated deliveries, improving outcomes and reducing complications. Ethical and Legal Considerations: As technology advances, ethical and legal questions about prenatal genetic testing, gene editing, and other interventions may arise, requiring careful regulation and ethical guidelines. Maternal Mental Health: Increased attention may be given to maternal mental health, with more comprehensive screening and support services to address issues such as postpartum depression and anxiety. Global Health Initiatives: Efforts to improve maternal and neonatal health worldwide will likely continue, with a focus on reducing maternal mortality rates and improving access to prenatal care in underserved regions. Environmental Factors: Climate change and environmental concerns may impact obstetrics as they can affect the health and well-being of pregnant women and infants. Healthcare practices may need to adapt to address these challenges. Education and Training: Obstetricians, nurses, and other healthcare professionals will need to stay updated with evolving practices and technologies through ongoing education and training. It's important to note that the future of obstetrics will also be influenced by cultural, social, economic, and political factors, and healthcare systems will need to adapt to address the evolving needs of pregnant individuals and their families. These trends and developments are not exhaustive, but they provide a glimpse into potential directions in which obstetrics may evolve in the coming years. Your feedback is essential to us! We would love to hear from you. Please consider leaving us a review on your podcast platform or sending us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Your input helps us tailor our content to better serve the needs of our listeners. For additional resources and information, be sure to visit our website at Maternal Resources: https://www.maternalresources.org/. You can also connect with us on our social channels to stay up-to-date with the latest news, episodes, and community engagement: Twitter: https://twitter.com/integrativeob YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/maternalresources Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/integrativeobgyn/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IntegrativeOB Thank you for being part of our community, and until next time, let's continue to support, uplift, and celebrate the incredible journey of working moms and parenthood. Together, we can create a more equitable and nurturing world for all.
Alonzo Bodden returns with a hilarious look at the historical inaccuracies of the present and past from his unique comedic perspective in Historically Incorrect. YouTube: https://bit.ly/3ymp1to Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/ComedyDynamics Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/ComedyDynamics TikTok: https://vm.tiktok.com/J1wucyQ/ Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/ComedyDynamics http://www.comedydynamics.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
61: Vulnerability is Courage- Christie L. Kaywood, RN, BSN, NC Highlights"Over time, healing and different things like that helped me. And also, with the vulnerability, it's like, these are my goals. And how can I achieve them if I just stay in the same place? How can I achieve them if I don't step up and step out of my comfort zone?" ~Christie L. Kaywood, RN, BSN, NCAh-Ha MomentsRecognizing you need wellness or healing can be very vulnerable. It's hard to show up for yourself when you really need it!Asking for help can feel vulnerable! There are many local (and free) resources to support you in your journey, in whatever way you choose to travelYou don't always have to have the answersSocial anxiety can hold us back, reach out to a counsellor to get help, so you can be in full presence in the amazing person you are!Resistance is real! You can move yourself forward, and you also must acknowledge the resistance to move yourself forwardReiki energy work can be used for self-care for NursesAuras, crystals and essential oils can help you with your own wellbeing, as well as your patients and clientsFind the things you've struggled with and have had success with as these may be the clients that will be attracted to youTry a Nurse Coaching session!Links and ResourcesChristiel Holistic Healing CenterNurses Lived Experiences of Reiki for Self-CareThriving African American Small BusinessUrban LeagueEp8: Creating Community To Fill The Gap- Jodi Tansky, BSN, RN, HWNC-BCIntegrative Nurse Coach Certificate Program***** Thank you for listening. We LOVE Nurses! Please leave us a 5 start rating and a positive comment about an episode you love! Follow Integrative Nurse Coach Academy on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn Learn more about our programs at the Integrative Nurse Coach Academy Schedule a free call with one of our awesome admissions specialists here>> and get your questions answered!
On this special episode of The Healthcare Plus Podcast, host Dan Collard sits down with Quint Studer, co-founder of Healthcare Plus Solutions Group, and Katie Boston-Leary, Director of Nursing Programs, American Nurses Association to analyze key findings of the latest Models of Care Insight Study and what they mean for the healthcare industry.The Models of Care Insight Study Part II, conducted by Joslin Insight, collected 1,450+ responses from direct care nurses, nursing leadership, and healthcare executives in the acute care and ambulatory settings. The goal of the second study was to gain a better grasp of how nurses can operate at the top of their licensure while cultivating leadership qualities to enhance their contributions to their organizations. Key findings include:Retired nurses are willing to help fill the knowledge and complexity gap but most don't want full time work and aren't interested in direct patient care.Nurses rate their weakest leadership traits as change management, positivity, and delegation.63% of respondents say their organization's CNA workforce is understaffed or very understaffed. 47% of respondents say CNAs are not treated with the same respect as their RN peers. Quint and Katie stress that there is not one solution to all of these challenges but that there are steps leaders can take to narrow the scope, reduce caregiver workloads, and improve care delivery. About Katie Boston-LearyKatie Boston-Leary is the Director of Nursing Programs at the American Nurses Association overseeing the Nursing Practice and Work Environment Division and Healthy Nurse Healthy Nation. She is also the Co-Lead for Project Firstline, a multi-million-dollar grant collaborative with the CDC for training on Infection Prevention and Control. Katie is also the co-chair for the DEI committee for the Healthcare Leaders Network Delaware Valley, an ACHE affiliate. She helped redesign the Nurse Leadership Institute at the University of Maryland with an embedded coaching program. Katie is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Maryland School of Nursing and the School of Nursing at Case Western Reserve University. She is a board member on St. Johns University Health Programs and an editorial advisory board member with Web/MD Medscape and ACHE. Katie serves as staff on the National Commission to Address Racism in Nursing and is also part of the National Academy of Science and Medicine's National Plan to Address Clinician Well-Being supported by the U.S. Surgeon General, Dr. Vivek Murthy. Katie also leads as an ANA representative with 4 partner organizations to organize a National Nurse Staffing Think Tank and Task Force, which published short term actionable recommendations to address the nurse staffing crisis.Resources:- Podcast: How to Kill Your Own Company- Models of Care Insight Study Report and Data- Rewiring Excellence: Hardwired to Rewired by Quint Studer and Dan Collard- ACHE Magnet Presentation by Quint Studer and Katie Boston-Leary- American Nurses Association
Imagine compressing a decade of research into mere weeks or turning a failure rate of 90% in clinical drug development on its head. That's exactly what's on the horizon with the incorporation of artificial intelligence (AI) in the realm of drug discovery, and the person leading this charge is none other than Dr. Max Jakobs, CEO and co-founder of DeepMirror. Prepare to be blown away as we navigate the potential AI holds for revolutionizing healthcare, making it possible to sift through massive datasets with unprecedented speed and accuracy.In our exciting conversation with Dr. Jakobs, we dig into the gritty realities of drug discovery in its current state and the formidable issues researchers face without the aid of AI algorithms. Get ready to discover how AI not only hastens the drug-to-market journey but also boosts the clinical hit rates, saving ample time and a fortune in the process. Plus, we probe into the daunting challenge of FDA approval and how DeepMirror is working to dismantle the bias inherent in traditional drug development.To conclude, we delve into the groundbreaking advancements in small molecule drug discovery and how cloud-based AI is honing laboratory processes. Dr. Jakobs illustrates how DeepMirror is utilizing AI to unearth the most promising drug candidates more efficiently. We bring to light riveting customer success stories and the promising future that lies ahead with AI-based data analysis in the pharmaceutical industry. Brace yourselves for a riveting exploration of AI's impact on drug discovery and healthcare.Support the show
Imagine a world where medical coding is no longer a labor-intensive, error-prone task. In this episode, Andrew Lockhart discusses Fathom's inception and its mission to transform healthcare coding through the use of deep learning and natural language processing. He talks about how Fathom's innovative approach fully automates medical coding, improves efficiency, and aims to eliminate human coding through advanced automation. Listen to this episode and find out how Fathom is paving the way for a future without human medical coding! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
Here's what to expect on the podcast:What are some ways to help people discover their inner inventor?When someone comes up with an idea for inventing something, what should be their first step in turning that idea into reality?How does the idea that there's a solution or invention for everything inspire creativity and problem-solving?What are the two different types of inventors?And much more! About Michael:Michael Script, CEO of vClick3d and co-founder of In2Capital, is a third-generation inventor and serial entrepreneur. He holds more than 10 patents in the fields of Smart Object Sensing, Safety and Security, private communications, IoT, Artificial Intelligence, and Healthcare. More than 300 companies globally use his Smart Object Sensing Technology. He has received numerous recognitions and citations from NASA, governments, and industry leaders. For over 25 years, his perceptive and unique approach to tackling 'impossible' problems has led to inventions that have saved millions of lives. Connect with Michael Script!Website: https://www.michaelscript.com/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mscript/ Connect with Candice Snyder!Website: https://hairhealthvitality.com/passion-purpose-and-possibilities/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/candice.snyderInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/candicesny17/LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/candicesnyder/ICAN Institute: https://vl729.isrefer.com/go/mindandbody/PassionPurpose22/Shop For A Cause With Gifts That Give Back to Nonprofits: https://thekindnesscause.com/
Episode 160: Neal and Toby explain how the government avoided a shut down over the weekend. Plus, a round up of the latest strike news and why we could see the largest healthcare strike in history begin this week. The guys share their winners of the weekend, including a sea lion at the central park zoo and the impact BTS has on the South Korean economy. Finally, the Las Vegas sphere has officially opened and what we are watching this week. Listen to Morning Brew Daily Here: https://link.chtbl.com/MBD Watch Morning Brew Daily Here: https://www.youtube.com/@MorningBrewDailyShow Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Josh and Brian are joined by Blake Madden, writer, editor and founder of the newsletter Hospitalogy, focused on analyzing health care's financing, policy changes and more. They discussed some of the positive shifts he sees in the health care system and how he's making sense of those changes for his subscribers.
Pharmacy benefit managers (PBMs) are being called out for engaging in allegedly anticompetitive business practices that make prescription drugs less affordable. But do PBMs actually promote competition in the healthcare industry? In this episode, Professor Casey Mulligan, an economist and law professor at the University of Chicago, discusses what his research indicates could be the unintended adverse consequences of imposing transparency requirements and other regulatory burdens on PBMs. Listen to this episode to hear the arguments against targeting PBMs with restrictive legislation and enforcement proceedings as a means of reining in high drug prices. With special guest: Casey Mulligan, Professor of Economics, University of Chicago Related Links: Casey Mulligan, Ending Pay for PBM Performance: Consequences for Prescription Drug Prices, Utilization, and Government Spending (Sept. 2023) Casey Mulligan, Testimony before Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation (Feb. 16, 2023) Casey Mulligan, In Defense of Pharmacy Benefit Managers, Wall Street Journal Op-Ed (July 11, 2022) Hosted by: Alicia Downey and Jeny Maier
Join us on the latest episode! Our Guest: Alexi Nazem, Co-Founder And CEO At Nomad HealthWhat you'll get out of this episode: Discussion on transitioning from a practicing doctor to a startup entrepreneur. The story behind the inception of Nomad Health. Understanding healthcare staffing challenges in the digital age. Nomad Health's role in bridging the gap between supply and demand in healthcare staffing. Emphasis on ensuring quality and building trust in healthcare services. A look into the future of Nomad Health and its aspirations.
How we talk about disability frames the way we view the importance of access. The Accessible Stall podcast co-hosts Emily Ladau and Kyle Kachadurian talk about disability a lot in episodes covering everything from pre-peeled fruit and lingerie to health care and ableism. Today, they join the podcast to talk with Lindsay Smith Rogers about why authentic representation of disability is so critical to designing policies and spaces that serve everyone. To explore the resources recommended in this episode, visit the links below: Demystifying Disability: What to Know, What to Say, and How to be an Ally by Emily Ladau Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the Twenty-First Century by Alice Wong Being Heumann: An Unrepentant Memoir of a Disability Rights Activist by Judith Heumann, with Kristen Joiner Loud Hands: Autistic People, Speaking by Julia Bascom Squirmy and Grubs (YouTube channel)
Congressman Matt Gaetz tells CNN he plans to try and oust fellow Republican Kevin McCarthy from the House Speaker's chair following a deal to avoid a government shutdown. Meanwhile, the lack of additional funding for Ukraine in the spending bill has left some people in the war-torn country nervous. California's governor has announced his choice to replace the late Senator Diane Feinstein's seat. Turkey says it's carried out airstrikes following an attack in its capital. Plus, a large healthcare worker strike could hit the US later this week. To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Why it was selected for "CBNation Architects": In this IAMCEO Podcast episode, Oscar Delgado, Chief Executive Officer of Community Health Alliance, shares his inspiring journey in helping underrepresented communities improve healthcare issues. Oscar is a leader in the arena of compassionate healthcare, advocating for medical attention that is caring, respectful, and helpful. CEO Story: Oscar's journey since childhood was influenced by his mother's compassionate service as a Spanish-speaking translator at Washoe Medical Center. Oscar has devoted his career to ensure that all community members receive proper healthcare that they deserve. With over a decade of health care experience, Oscar has spearheaded outreach programs that improved health outcomes in underrepresented communities. Business Service: Under Oscar's leadership, Community Health Alliance, with a team of nearly 300 medical and administrative professionals, caters to the needs of primarily low-income patients. With seven clinic locations and a mobile clinic in the Reno-Sparks metropolitan area of northern Nevada, they deliver care to more than 25,000 patients annually. Secret Sauce: Oscar emphasizes quality patient care and a ground approach. He focuses on always being clear on why they do what they do and pursue it with genuine passion. CEO Hack: Oscar suggests consistent reading and networking with people outside his industry, preferably those who are honest and respected, to gain different perspectives. CEO Nugget: Oscar advises getting out of your comfort zone, embracing discomfort as part of the growth process. CEO Defined: For Oscar, being a CEO involves realizing an ever-changing vision, influenced by the goals of the people he leads. Check out our CEO Hack Buzz Newsletter--our premium newsletter with hacks and nuggets to level up your organization. Sign up HERE. I AM CEO Handbook Volume 3 is HERE and it's FREE. Get your copy here: http://cbnation.co/iamceo3. Get the 100+ things that you can learn from 1600 business podcasts we recorded. Hear Gresh's story, learn the 16 business pillars from the podcast, find out about CBNation Architects and why you might be one and so much more. Did we mention it was FREE? Download it today! Previous Episode: https://iamceo.co/2022/10/23/iam1532-ceo-helps-the-underrepresented-communities-to-improve-health-care-issues/
In a recent episode of the Dealmakers' Podcast, Alejandro welcomes Dr. David Mou, a distinguished figure in the mental health and entrepreneurship space. The conversation delves into David's personal journey, insights into mental health for entrepreneurs, the intersection of academia and startups, and his vision for the future of mental healthcare. His company, Cerebral, has attracted funding from top-tier investors like Access Industries, Prysm Capital, Artis Ventures, and WestCap.
Immersion into cultural humility needs curiosity, addresses power dynamics, embraces failure, meditates on self-critique, & fosters respectful relationships. About the Show Welcome to Health Hats, learning on the journey toward best health. I am Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged, old, cisgender, white man with privilege, living in a food oasis, who can afford many hats and knows a little about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. Most people wear hats one at a time, but I wear them all at once. I'm the Rosetta Stone of Healthcare. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all this. We respect Listeners, Watchers, and Readers. Show Notes at the end. Watch on YouTube Read Newsletter The same content as the podcast but not a verbatim transcript. Could be a book chapter with images. Download the printable transcript here Contents Table of Contents Toggle About the ShowWatch on YouTubeRead NewsletterContentsEpisodeProemPodcast introCultural competenceCultural sensitivityHealthcare, a product not delivered aloneNot the same person foreverCuriosity in not knowingReading the room, getting it wrongSelf-reflection and self-critiqueNot interacting with a statueRedress the power imbalanceCall to actionWhat about emerging adults?Person-centered approach to cultural identityTeenagers and cultural humility: ListenRelationship dyads and triadsCultural humility for the clinicianHumility in the relationship, power dynamicProviders, hang out on social media feeds where your patients hang outReflectionPodcast OutroProduction TeamOther CreditsLinks and referencesDisclaimerRelated podcastsCreative Commons Licensing Episode Proem Image created on DALL.E Something is missing. I'm not yet ready to conclude this series on emerging adults with mental illness. In the next and last episode, I'll dive for pearls in the fifteen episodes published over the past ten months. What's nagging at me? Each guest spoke from the culture they knew and the cultures in which they received or offered treatment and service. I need an episode about how people can approach, be curious about, and be open to the cultures they experience. Is this cultural competence or sensitivity or what? I sought experts working with a kaleidoscope of cultures—first, Jamila Xible, a previous guest and community health worker with Cambridge Health Alliance. Jamila blows my socks off whenever Photo taken by Thyla Jane PhD on UnSplash I speak with her. Next, my friend and previous guest, Kiame Mahaniah, referred me to Catherine Smail, Ph.D., a psychologist at the Lynn Community Health Center. Cat is a clinician therapist and the Associate Director of Training for Behavioral Health. Erika Malik at the Innovation and Value Initiative referred me to Theresa Nguyen, Ph.D., who has a social work background at Mental Health America. Theresa primarily does research and runs their screening program of youth coming onto the internet to solve problems for the first time. Hang on. Here we go. I learned a ton. Podcast intro Welcome to Health Hats, the Podcast. I'm Danny van Leeuwen, a two-legged cisgender old white man of privilege who knows a little bit about a lot of healthcare and a lot about very little. We will listen and learn about what it takes to adjust to life's realities in the awesome circus of healthcare. Let's make some sense of all of this. Cultural competence Health Hats: Let's discuss cultural competence, sensitivity, and humility. How do cultural humility, sensitivity, and competence come into the team sport of best health? We'll dwell here briefly, hearing all three guests speak in depth. Catherine Smail: Cultural competence came about in the eighties, a first attempt to start grappling in a new way with the disparate health outcomes that providers saw in their immigrant populations. They tried to understand why that was happening and how ...
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Dr. Stephanie Phillips, DO, is a highly accomplished healthcare professional with a deep commitment to delivering top-tier patient care. Born and raised in the picturesque town of Bluefield, West Virginia, her journey in the medical field is marked by outstanding achievements and a passion for global healthcare outreach.Stephanie's academic journey began at Emmanuel College in Franklin Springs, Georgia, where she not only excelled as part of the women's basketball team but also graduated Magna Cum Laude in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology.Continuing her pursuit of excellence, Stephanie earned her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from the Via College of Osteopathic Medicine, located on the Virginia Tech campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, in 2010. During her time there, she served as the President of the Christian Medical and Dental Association and actively participated in an international missions training program.Stephanie's commitment to providing comprehensive healthcare was further honed during her family medicine residency at Anmed Health in Anderson, South Carolina. Her dedication led to graduating with honors and a strong foundation in healthcare.Since 2015, Dr. Phillips has been dedicated to the Department of Veterans Affairs, where she provides outpatient primary care services. She has also held the role of Medical Director at two Community Based Outpatient Clinics, one in Princeton, West Virginia, and the other in Athens, Georgia. Her expertise extends to caring for children, adolescents, and college-age adults.Dr. Phillips holds Certification in International Medicine, underscoring her dedication to global healthcare. She has actively participated in numerous international mission trips and lent her expertise to the Baptist Hospital in Ghana, Africa.In 2020, Stephanie and her family took on a new adventure by relocating to Georgia, where they now oversee a family farm in Royston. She is an active member of Royston First United Methodist Church and values her community involvement.Beyond her medical practice, Stephanie enjoys quality time with her husband, three children, grandchild, and a charming array of farm animals. Her hobbies include quilting, knitting, and relishing the simple pleasures of front porch sitting.Dr. Stephanie Phillips is a distinguished medical professional committed to enhancing the health and well-being of her patients, locally and globally. Her journey reflects a dedication to excellence in healthcare and a genuine passion for making a positive impact.---------------------Check out the My DPC Story RESOURCE PAGE HERE!---------------------HELP FUND THE PODCAST!CLICK HERE to Support tSee the trends driving employer adoption of DPC by clicking HERE Learn more about Med Mastery: HERESupport the showVisit the DPC SWAG store HERE!Let's get SOCIAL! Follow My DPC Story! FACEBOOK * INSTAGRAM * LinkedIn * TWITTER * TIKTOK * YouTube
10/01/23The Healthy Matters PodcastS02_E21 - COVID-19 - It's Been a Minute...Remember COVID-19? Of course, we all do (it was a global pandemic), but what's the latest on it? It seems like it's been a bit absent from the conversation lately, especially in the media. But is it still a major public health concern? What have we learned and what still remains a mystery?On Episode 21, we thought it would be a good idea to dive back into the topic and check on the current status of the disease from a trusted source - Dr. Hilden! From the initial suspicions to the latest vaccines and treatments, we've learned a lot by rolling with the punches over the past few years. On this episode, we'll explore where we've been and where we may be headed, as well as the best practices for living with a virus that's likely to be a part of our experience going forward. Join us!Got a question for the doc? Or an idea for a show? Contact us!Email - email@example.comCall - 612-873-TALK (8255)Find out more at www.healthymatters.org
Welcome to PICU Doc on Call, a podcast dedicated to current and aspiring intensivists. I'm Pradeep Kumar coming to you from Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, Emory University School of Medicine, and I'm Rahul Damania from Cleveland Clinic Children's Hospital. We are two pediatric ICU physicians passionate about all things medical education in the PICU.Episode Overview: PICU.com call focuses on interesting PICU cases and management in the acute care Pediatric setting. In this episode, we discuss the case of an eight-year-old boy with chest pain, fatigue, and shortness of breath. This case presentation by Rahul highlights the complexity of pediatric care in the PICU.Case Presentation: An eight-year-old boy with up-to-date immunizations and no recent travel or pet exposure presented to the PICU with chief complaints of chest pain, fatigue, and decreased oral intake. His history over the preceding two weeks included a diminishing appetite, episodes of vomiting, and shortness of breath.On examination, he exhibited various cardiac findings, including a hyperdynamic left ventricle, murmurs, and a noted gallop. Abdominal and neurological findings were also concerning. Diagnostic studies revealed an enlarged heart, and sinus tachycardia with left ventricular hypertrophy, and echocardiography confirmed severe valvular and ventricular abnormalities.Laboratory Findings:Laboratory findings included elevated BNP, slightly elevated troponin, and elevated inflammatory markers (ESR and CRP). Strep throat culture was negative, but ASO and anti-DNAse B titers were markedly elevated. MRI confirmed multiple punctate infarctions, likely due to valvular heart disease.Diagnosis: Given the complex multisystem presentation, the child was admitted to the PICU for intensive monitoring and comprehensive management of this multisystem pathology. The working diagnosis is rheumatic fever.The episode is organized into three parts:Pathophysiology of Acute Rheumatic FeverApproach to Diagnosis and InvestigationsManagement and PreventionPathophysiology of Acute Rheumatic Fever: Acute rheumatic fever is an autoimmune disease initiated by a response to group A strep infection, primarily due to molecular mimicry. The streptococcal M protein has structural similarities with host proteins, leading to organ damage, especially in the heart.Epidemiology: Acute rheumatic fever is most prevalent in low to middle-income areas, affecting over 80% of cases. It mainly affects children between 5 to 14 years of age, and overcrowded households and limited healthcare access increase the risk. Globally, rheumatic heart disease affects millions of people annually and claims many lives.Jones Criteria for Diagnosis: The Jones criteria help diagnose acute rheumatic fever. For
Dr. Regan Stiegmann is Associate Professor of Preventive and Lifestyle Medicine and Director of the Digital Health Track at Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic Medicine in Parker, Colorado. Dr. Stiegmann served 11 years in the U.S. Air Force, most recently as a Flight Surgeon and Lifestyle & Performance Medicine Specialist with the 10th Operational Medical Readiness Squadron at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado Springs. She is passionate about human performance optimization, positive psychology, and health promotion, and she discusses how diet, exercise and other factors play a role in mental wellness Special Guest: Dr. Regan Stiegmann .
In this video, I talk about the new 2024 Medicare prescription drug numbers including the new donut hole information. Christian Brindle Insurance Services is a Medicare specialized agency located in Sandy Utah. Christian hosts the most popular Medicare podcast on the internet called The Everything Medicare Podcast, written and published two books about Medicare, and is the founder of his own company that is dedicated to helping people on Medicare everywhere. Don't forget to like and subscribe for more videos! Helping people in 46 states! Call us to see if we can help you! 801-255-5340 Visit our website for more information: www.christianbrindleinsuranceservices.com Pick up Christian's Medicare Guidance book and learn everything you need to know to make a good choice: https://www.amazon.com/Medicare-Guida... Follow us on social! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/christianbri... Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/christianbr... Twitter: https://twitter.com/C_E_Brindle #Medicare#Medigap#Insurance #HealthInsurance #Health#Healthcare#Medicaresupplement#MedicareAdvantage #Medicare2021#Medicarehealthplan#InsuranceAgent#MedicarePodcast Medicare, Medigap, Medicare Supplement, Insurance, Health Insurance, Health, Healthcare, HAS, Retire, Retirement, Social Security, Christian Brindle, FICA, Medicare Podcast, Medicare Advantage, Medicaid, Medicare Part A, Medicare Part B, FICA, FICA Tax, Retirement, Retire
In this episode, our guest is Zain Syed, PharmD, an oncology pharmacist with 10 years of experience turned product manager. He's a health systems expert who specializes in oncology and pain management and has worked in a variety of settings including Infusion, Clinic, Inpatient, Outpatient, and Investigational Drug Services. And, he has his own newsletter and podcast called Digital Thoughts: How to create better healthtech products. Join 1000+ founders, clinicians, and executives for free.Main points to cover: Zain has seen the dark side of healthcare. The lack of access, financial struggles, and people falling through the cracks all leading to worse outcomes and increased costs to the system.He is a tech nerd that tries to solve his problems using technology and optimizing workflows, and has seen how technology can help automate and give you back your time. Career journey/transition What is a Product manager? Tech in healthcare and how pharmacy can utilize it Guest - Zain Syed zainsyed.substack.comHost - Hillary Blackburn, PharmD, MBAwww.hillaryblackburn.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/hillary-blackburn-67a92421/ @talktoyourpharmacist for Instagram and Facebook @HillBlackburn Twitter ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★
Vince Guzzo is Founder & CEO of Cinémas Guzzo, Groupe Guzzo Construction inc., Guzzo Medical, and Guzzo Hospitality. He received national attention in 2018 when he joined the cast of the CBC Television business reality show Dragons' Den as one of the investor "Dragons" in season 13 and season 14. He owns the largest movie operator in Quebec, with 141 screens and 10 locations, and the third-largest in Canada. His new cinema Méga-Plex St-Jean 12 was just built. He joins the show this week to share his thoughts on the future of movie watching at home, investing in movies and theaters, and the effects of the pandemic on his businesses. Websites: www.mrsunshine.com www.CinemasGuzzo.com