Imagine with me, your life gets completely turned upside down in less than a year. Your world is rocked and you have no idea what's next. What do you do?You can choose to go down the road of making yourself better and creating better circumstances out of terrible situations, or you can let the depression and the despair crush your soul.This was the choice my guest was facing when life completely took his legs out from under him. Several years ago, Drew Deraney found himself at a crossroads. After losing his marriage, his job, his father, and almost losing his own son in less than a year, he made a fateful choice. And that choice led him to become an Amazon bestselling author, a podcaster, and a men's coach and speaker.Drew has a powerful story of reinvention and redemption and I'm beyond grateful that he chose to share his story on the Soul-R Powered podcast. About Drew:Drew Deraney was born in Brooklyn, NY and raised in Ho-Ho-Kus, NJ where he still lives to this day caring for his elderly mom and his 3 adult children Matthew, Nicholas, and Emma. Drew earned his B.A. in Psychology, M.A. in Applied Psychology, and two psychology research publications while at Fairfield University; a scholarship from the Healthcare Financial Management Association; and his M.B.A. in Health Care Administration from Baruch College / Mount Sinai School of Medicine in NY. In a 9-month span, Drew experienced a grueling divorce, job loss, his son's suicidal ideations, and his father's death which devastated Drew emotionally, mentally, physically, and spiritually. It is a commonality for men to consider any challenge as a weakness as well as to show emotion and ask for help. While writing his book, Drew realized he was not the only man suffering in silence. With more clarity of purpose than ever, he began asking for help. Drew Deraney's mission is to help, especially men, release their inner greatness by showing vulnerability, keeping in integrity of their power, and making a great impact on the people in their lives both personally and professionally. About Drew: https://profitcompassion.com/ - Drew's website https://shorturl.at/vwBJP - Drew's Memoir Drew@profitcompassion.com About Ryan: www.royalheartsmedia.com www.facebook.com/soulrpoweredpodcast www.facebook.com/ryanhallwrites www.twitter.com/ryanhallwrites www.instagram.com/ryanhallwrites firstname.lastname@example.org --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/soul-r-powered/support
Medical missionaries from Western industrialized nations frequently encounter ethically disturbing situations when providing care in the developing world. This may be due to generally-recognized ethical principles being largely influenced by Western realities, beliefs and values. Individuals in resource-limited settings may have very different views on the risks and benefits of medical care, widely disparate access to reliable treatment, and decision-making that emphasizes honoring the opinions of the group over those of the individual. After briefly reviewing some basic tenets of medical ethics, this session will work through a number of actual cases with the goal of finding potential ways forward in each.
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Michael A. Pfeffer, MD, FACP serves as Chief Information Officer and Associate Dean for Stanford Health Care and Stanford University School of Medicine. Michael oversees Technology and Digital Solutions (TDS), responsible for providing world class technology solutions to Stanford Health Care and School of Medicine, enabling new opportunities for groundbreaking research, teaching, and compassionate care across two hospitals and over 150 clinics. TDS supports Stanford Medicine's mission to improve human health through discovery and care and strategic priorities to be value focused, digitally driven, and uniquely Stanford.Michael is a Clinical Professor in the Department of Medicine and Division of Hospital Medicine with a joint appointment in the center for Biomedical Research (BMIR) in Stanford University School of Medicine. As such, Michael continues to provide clinical care as a Hospitalist Physician as well as teaching medical students and residents on the medicine inpatient wards.Prior to joining Stanford Medicine, Michael served as the Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief Information Officer for UCLA Health Sciences. During his tenure, Michael served as the lead physician for the largest electronic health record “big bang” go-live of its time, encompassing over 26,000 users. Michael subsequently became the first Chief Medical Informatics Officer for UCLA Health before transitioning into the Chief Information Officer position. Under his leadership, UCLA Health IT achieved numerous industry awards including the HIMSS Analytics Stage 7 Inpatient, Ambulatory, and Analytics Certifications; the Most Wired designation for eight consecutive years; US News & World Report's Most Connected Hospitals; the Top Master's in Healthcare Administration 30 Most Technologically Advanced Hospitals in the World; and the prestigious HIMSS Davies Award. Michael also implemented of one of the first ACGME-accredited Clinical Informatics Fellowship Programs and served as its Associate Program Director.Michael has lectured worldwide on health information technology; served on the national HIMSS Physician Committee and as a HIMSS Stage 7 international site surveyor; and has published numerous peer-reviewed articles on health IT. Michael was featured in Becker's Hospital Review as 10 physician CIOs to know and 12 standout healthcare CIOs and was one of LA's top doctors in Los Angeles Magazine.
Keith and Joe moved to Costa Rica after many years of living in Arizona. They have been together for 16 years. They both had a dream of living in Costa Rica and running a small hotel. 3 years ago, they finally made it come true, finding the perfect hotel in Uvita Costa Rica. They sold their home in Arizona and bought Nature's Edge Hotel in March 2020. The US borders shut the exact week that they planned to move due to Covid, so they had to manage a major hotel renovation project remotely from the states. The borders finally opened in September 2020, allowing them to finally arrive in Costa Rica. Their first hotel guests arrived in December 2020.Keith was born in New Jersey but spent most of his younger life in Atlanta. Joe was born and raised in Chicago. After meeting 16 years ago, they moved to Arizona.Keith has a degree in Psychology from Georgia State.Joe started his career as a registered nurse but worked most of his professional career in the IT and Operations side of healthcare. Joe has a BSN from Northern Illinois, an MBA from Loyola University Chicago, and a Masters degree in Healthcare Administration from Georgia State University. Joe worked remotely for the first 3 years after moving to Costa Rica but just retired (June 30, 2023) and now works solely helping to run the hotel.Keith has had a variety of jobs throughout his career, first working as a corporate travel agent and then moving on to various project management roles in the tech and travel industries. Keith quit working after purchasing the hotel and is the primary operator of the hotel. Joe cooks breakfast, sets up rooms, does laundry, and checks in guests.Joe plays tennis, works out at the gym, hikes, reads, cooks, and bakes. He also watches a lot of tennis on TV.Keith discovered a love for gardening and bird watching since moving to Costa Rica. They both are actively engaged in the Costa Rican community they live in. Both Keith and Joe enjoy traveling. They are going on an extended trip to Spain followed by a trans-Atlantic cruise.Uvita Town in Costa RicaPopulation: Approximately 5,000 peopleGeography: Uvita is located on the southern Pacific coast of Costa Rica, in the Puntarenas province. It is about a 3-hour drive from the capital city of San José. Climate: Uvita has a tropical rainforest climate, with warm temperatures and high humidity year-round. The average temperature is 77°F (25°C).Cost of living: The cost of living in Uvita is relatively affordable, especially compared to other parts of Costa Rica. Groceries are also relatively inexpensive, and you can find many local restaurants that offer affordable meals.Uvita is home to the Whale Tail, a natural rock formation that resembles a whale's tail. This is a popular spot for whale watching, as humpback whales migrate to the area every year to mate and give birth. Uvita is also home to the Marino Ballena National Park, which protects a variety of wildlife, including humpback whales, dolphins, turtles, and monkeys.Uvita is a popular destination for surfers, as it has several good surfing spotSupport the showIf you enjoy these podcasts, please make a donation by clicking the coffee cup on any page of our website www.wheredogaysretire.com. Each cup of coffee costs $5 and goes towards bringing you these podcasts in the future.If you or you know someone who is interested in being a guest on the podcast, please contact me at email@example.com. Please join our Where Do Gays Retire Facebook group at Where Do Gays Retire? | FacebookThank you so much for listening!
Maydis Caldwell Skeete is a lifelong learner, a passionate administrator, and a champion of God-given health principals. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Biology/Medical Technology and Master's in Public Administration /Health Administration. Maydis is a member of the American Heart Association, American College of Sports Medicine, and the Functional Aging Institute. She is the owner and president of ‘Get Up and Mooove, LLC: personal training that's fun and effective'. Maydis is the author of a recent publication “Self-care for the Caregiver: a guilt-free way to love yourself while caring for others”. This book provides insight and practical information that will guide a reader to greater self-awareness and wellness concepts. Knowledge gathered from a 40-year career at University of Michigan Health System, an understanding of Biblical principles and the personal life experiences of those engaged in caregiving, made this publication a reality. She is also a co-author in the bestselling book “For the Love of Caregiving” with visionary author, Sherrill D. Mims. Maydis retired from Health Care Administration in 2019 and now serves as a wellness coach and personal trainer in Ann Arbor, Michigan. She will be one of the featured speakers at the Global Caregivers Conference on November 10.
Does your work support your well-being? On this episode of the Live Greatly podcast Kristel Bauer sits down with Joshua Detillio, a healthcare executive and author of 'Healthy You, Healthy Team, Healthy Company.' Josh shares insights into creating a succcessful employee wellness program, tips to support employee well-being as a leader and more. Tune in now! Key Takeaways from This Episode: A look into the employee wellness program Josh helped create The importance of embracing wellness as a leader How Josh utilized bonus structures to increase engagement in their wellness program Tips to support longevity of engagement with employee wellness programs The importance of word of mouth with increasing engagement What didn't go well when Josh was trying to create an employee wellness program Some of the stuggles that healthcare workers face and what they can do to support themselves ABOUT JOSHUA DETILLIO: Joshua J. DeTillio, MBA, MPH, FACHE Joshua DeTillio is a healthcare executive with over 20 years of leadership experience in Healthcare Administration in investor-owned, public, faith based, and non-profit healthcare companies in the United States. Beginning in 2023 Mr. DeTillio started as the Chief Operating Officer for Nutex Health. Based in Houston, TX, Nutex Health Inc. (NASDAQ: NUTX), a physician-led, technology-enabled integrated healthcare delivery system comprised of 22 state-of-the-art micro hospitals in 8 states and primary care-centric, risk-bearing physician networks. In 2021 Mr. DeTillio began leading the Bravera Health System as the Market Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Bravera Health is a fully integrated health system with two hospitals, two ASC's, an Urgent Care Center, Wound Care Center, Rehabilitation Center, and Employed Medical Group with over 20 access points. Mr. DeTillio is responsible for providing operational direction and oversight of the leadership team, and collaborating with the hospital, region, and corporate teams to achieve financial, growth, operational, quality, safety, and strategic goals. Under Mr. DeTillio's leadership the System has experienced noteworthy growth in Admissions (7%), ER visits (16%), and Surgeries (9%) as well as significant improvement in Patient Experience. From 2018 to 2021, Mr. DeTillio served as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Palms West Hospital and The Children's Hospital at Palms West in West Palm Beach, Florida. From 2011-2018, Mr. DeTillio served as the Chief Administrative Officer (Hospital CEO) for Gulf Coast Medical Center. From 2012- 2018, Mr. DeTillio also served as an outside director for Leesar, Inc., a $300M net revenue Group Purchasing Organization (GPO). Prior to Lee Health, Mr. DeTillio worked for five years for Tenet Healthcare (THC), starting in 2006 as the Chief Operating Officer at North Shore Medical Center, in Miami, FL. Mr. DeTillio began his healthcare career in 2003 after being recruited by HCA. During his 3-year tenure with HCA, Mr. DeTillio held entry level administrative roles in two hospitals in Miami, FL. His years at Joshua J. DeTillio, MBA, MPH, FACHE HCA provided excellent operational experience in a for-profit environment in large tertiary medical centers in highly competitive markets. Prior to his work in Healthcare, Mr. DeTillio served for five years in the US Army. As an Artillery officer, he led various units and teams as a Platoon leader, Fire Support officer, Fire Direction officer, and Company Executive officer. He served in various units including time in Oklahoma, Georgia, California, and Tennesseee. LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/joshua-detillio-376b1684/ Josh's Book: https://www.amazon.com/Healthy-You-Team-Company-Organization/dp/1544510837 About the Host of the Live Greatly podcast, Kristel Bauer: Kristel Bauer is a corporate wellness expert, popular keynote and TEDx speaker, and the host of top-rated podcast, “Live Greatly,” a show frequently ranked in the top 1% for self-improvement. Kristel is an Integrative Medicine Fellow & Physician Assistant with clinical experience in Integrative Psychiatry, giving her a unique perspective into optimizing mental well-being and attaining a mindset for more happiness and success in the workplace and beyond. Kristel decided to leave clinical practice in 2019 when she founded her wellness platform “Live Greatly” to share her message around well-being and success on a larger scale. With a mission to support companies and individuals on their journeys for more happiness, success, and well-being, Kristel taps into her unique background in healthcare, business, and media, to provide invaluable insights into high power habits, leadership development, mental well-being, peak performance, resilience, sales, success, wellness at work, and a modern approach to work/life balance. Kristel is a contributing writer for Entrepreneur and she is an influencer in the business and wellness space having been recognized as a Top 10 Social Media Influencer of 2021 in Forbes. A popular speaker on a variety of topics, Kristel has presented to groups at APMP, Bank of America, Commercial Metals Company, General Mills, Northwestern University, Santander Bank and many more. She has been featured in Forbes, Forest & Bluff Magazine, Authority Magazine & Podcast Magazine, has contributed to CEOWORLD Magazine & Real Leaders Magazine, and has appeared on ABC 7 Chicago, WGN Daytime Chicago, Fox 4's WDAF-TV's Great Day KC and Ticker News. Kristel lives in the Chicago area with her husband and their 2 children. She can be booked for speaking engagements worldwide. You can learn more at https://www.livegreatly.co/ To Book Kristel Bauer as a speaker for your next event, click here. Website: www.livegreatly.co Follow Kristel Bauer on: Instagram: @livegreatly_co LinkedIn: Kristel Bauer Twitter: @livegreatly_co Facebook: @livegreatly.co Youtube: Live Greatly, Kristel Bauer To Watch Kristel Bauer's TEDx talk of Redefining Work/Life Balance in a COVID-19 World click here. Disclaimer: The contents of this podcast are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Always seek the guidance of your physician for any recommendations specific to you or for any questions regarding your specific health, your sleep patterns changes to diet and exercise, or any medical conditions. Always consult your physician before starting any supplements or new lifestyle programs. All information, views and statements shared on the Live Greatly podcast are purely the opinions of the authors, and are not medical advice or treatment recommendations. They have not been evaluated by the food and drug administration. Opinions of guests are their own and Kristel Bauer & this podcast does not endorse or accept responsibility for statements made by guests. Neither Kristel Bauer nor this podcast takes responsibility for possible health consequences of a person or persons following the information in this educational content. Always consult your physician for recommendations specific to you.
Thinking about investing in real estate? Want to learn more about strategies for investing? In this episode of the 7-8 Figure Special Series I interviewed Robin Binkley. She is the Co-Founder of Real Equity Investment Partners and Co-Host of a podcast, Ladies Kickin Assets. Robin has a diverse background in Healthcare Administration after spending 24 years working as a Nursing Home Administrator and in the Healthcare field for almost 30 years. Robin's passion for Real Estate was realized in the early 1990s, but it was not until 2018 that Robin made her first Real Estate Investment. Robin has dove headfirst into Single Family Homes, Multifamily Syndication, International Acquisitions, Developments, and other Passive Income Generating Assets. Today, Robin is a Professional Real Estate Investor with a desire to make positive changes in the world for women. She aspires to assist women in learning about Financial Education and Money Management in the United States and abroad. She is motivated, inspired, and loves sharing her vision with others. It is her greatest desire for women and others to gain financial independence and freedom. Real Equity Investment Partners Website: https://realequityip.com/Join our Facebook group for business owners to get help or help other business owners!The Business Ownership Group - Secrets to Scaling: https://www.facebook.com/groups/businessownershipsecretstoscalingLooking to scale your business? Get free gifts here to help you on your way: https://www.awarenessstrategies.com/
On this episode of The Power of Love Show we welcome special guest, Jessica Correnti, MS, CCLS. Jessica Correnti is a Certified Child Life Specialist with more than 15 years' experience. She spent the first 14 years of her career in the hospital setting in Pediatric ICUs, the Emergency Department, Inpatient Units, and Surgical Centers. Jessica has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Education of Young Children, a minor in Psychology and a Master of Science degree in Healthcare Administration and Community Health. She is the founder and owner of ‘Kids Grief Support', a private practice that provides virtual and in-person sessions to grieving children and families across the globe through therapeutic activities and support. Jessica is also the author of ‘Forever Connected', a children's book for bereaved siblings and ‘The ABCs of Grief', which will be released this fall. Jessica is passionate about supporting grieving children, families, and the professionals that companion the bereaved. Learn More About Jessica: Website: KidsGriefSupport.com Instagram: @KidsGriefSupport LinkedIn: Jessica Correnti Email: Contact@KidsGriefSupport.com
Every day healthcare workers face a lot of stressful and emotionally challenging situations at work. Moreover the long drawn pandemic has had its impact on healthcare workers. Numerous deaths, making difficult choices due to resource constraints and overstretched days are some of the challenges that have affected health workers mentally and emotionally. With daily work demands being constant many of them are left with these issues unresolved. How then can we care for our caregivers who support the health and quality of life of their patients and their relatives? This is a taster of a program that uses large group learnings, small group sharing, peer-to-peer interactions and role-plays. This session will also provide an overview of the program that provides healthcare teams a platform to address their unaddressed pain, and emotional as well as psychological hurts Using a structured and sustained approach the program provides the supportive environment, caring community and appropriate skills for the healing of healthcare workers and equips them to go on to become better careers in the workplace. https://bit.ly/gmhc2022_mathewmulavelil_caringforthecaregiver
Pete O'Heeron, MSHA, is the CEO of FibroBiologics ( https://fibrobiologics.com/ ), a biopharmaceutical company focused on developing and commercializing fibroblast cell-based therapies for patients suffering from chronic diseases. Mr. O'Heeron has over 25 years of medical technology and biotech development experience and brings together the resources necessary to commercialize unique technologies with expertise from business start-ups and biologics, to medical devices and patient centered healthcare delivery. Prior to founding FibroBiologics, Mr. O'Heeron founded an operational investment group, Advanced Medical Technologies, LLC, that identified early-stage opportunities in the medical field with strong intellectual property potential. He also founded NeoSurg Technologies that developed the T2000 Minimally Invasive Access System. The sale of NeoSurg Technologies to Cooper Surgical occurred in 2006. Mr. O'Heeron brings decades of executive-level experience at Christus Health Care Corporation and strategic advisory to healthcare companies in the areas of biologics, advanced surgical instrumentation, and telemedicine to the company along with an academic foundation rooted in healthcare administration. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Healthcare Administration at Texas State University, his Masters in Healthcare Administration from the University of Houston Clear Lake, and his Executive Management Certification in Mergers and Acquisition from University of Chicago. Support the show
Dr. Omayra Mansfield serves as Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for AdventHealth Apopka, and she is also the Chief Medical Officer for the Physician Experience of the Central Florida Division of AdventHealth. She is Board certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine and a Fellow with the American College of Emergency Physicians. Dr. Mansfield completed her medical degree and Masters in Healthcare Administration at the University of Florida and her emergency medicine residency at Carolinas Medical Center in North Carolina.Thanks for tuning in! Check out more episodes of The Well-Being Connector Podcast at www.forphysicianwellbeing.org/podcast.
Join us for a captivating discussion with our esteemed guest, Dr. Brian Lein, a retired Army Major General and General Surgeon with a storied Military Medicine career. Dr. Lein currently serves as Assistant Director for Healthcare Administration at the Defense Health Agency (DHA) and has a wealth of experience at the strategic levels of operational medicine. He peels back the layers of the complex world of military healthcare, shedding light on the intricacies that come with ensuring the health and readiness of military staff on and off the battlefield. In a thought-provoking conversation, we grapple with the ethical dimensions of battlefield medicine, the future implications of large-scale combat operations, and the role of advanced technology in training medics. Dr. Lein opens up about the vital conversations taking place within the Military Medical community regarding the ethical implications of new technologies and the tough decisions that come with limited resources in combat. We also glean insight into the DHA's role as a supportive entity, working to consolidate the efforts of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Space Force Medicine. Hear all about the DHA's unwavering commitment to maintaining a balance between garrison healthcare and operational medicine and its mission to ensure the readiness of our armed forces. The conversation was recorded at the 2023 Defense Strategies Institute's Operational Medicine Symposium. Take Home Messages: Military Medicine is a complex and multifaceted field, with challenges ranging from maintaining the health and readiness of military staff to navigating the ethical dimensions of battlefield medicine. Large-scale combat operations could drastically change the nature of battlefield injuries, potentially resulting in more casualties and ethical dilemmas regarding resource allocation. The Defense Health Agency (DHA) plays a crucial role in consolidating the efforts of the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Space Force Medicine, striking a balance between garrison healthcare and operational medicine. Advanced technology and simulation are becoming increasingly important in training military medics, with the potential to use historical data to create virtual reality platforms for training. There is a pressing need to engage in ethical discussions regarding using artificial organs and other life extenders and decisions related to resource allocation in large-scale combat operations. The DHA serves as a synthesis of Army Medicine, Navy Medicine, and Air Force Medicine, providing support to these entities and ensuring the military's readiness. Providing care for the families of military personnel is crucial, as it ensures that Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Guardians, and Marines can focus on their duties without worrying about the well-being of their loved ones. The advancement of medical practice in expeditionary environments depends on the latest innovations and opportunities. These advancements require a collaborative effort among military medicine entities. Military Medicine is facing a future where battlefield conditions and medical needs could drastically differ from past conflicts, necessitating adaptation and innovation. There is a growing emphasis on ensuring that military healthcare professionals are prepared for the unique challenges they may face in battlefield conditions, including making difficult decisions under extreme pressure. Episode Keywords: Military Medicine, Defense Health Agency, Battlefield Medicine, Combat Operations, Advanced Technology, Training Medics, Ethical Implications, New Technologies, Limited Resources, Army, Navy, Air Force, Space Force Medicine, Garrison Healthcare, Operational Medicine, Readiness of Armed Forces Hashtags: #wardocs #military #medicine #podcast #MilMed #MedEd #MilitaryMedicine #BattlefieldEthics #HealthcareInCombat #DefenseHealthAgency #WarDocs #OperationalMedicine #MilitaryHealthcare Honoring the Legacy and Preserving the History of Military Medicine The WarDocs Mission is to honor the legacy, preserve the oral history, and showcase career opportunities, unique expeditionary experiences, and achievements of Military Medicine. We foster patriotism and pride in Who we are, What we do, and, most importantly, How we serve Our Patients, the DoD, and Our Nation. Find out more and join Team WarDocs at https://www.wardocspodcast.com/ Check our list of previous guest episodes at https://www.wardocspodcast.com/episodes Listen to the “What We Are For” Episode 47. https://bit.ly/3r87Afm WarDocs- The Military Medicine Podcast is a Non-Profit, Tax-exempt-501(c)(3) Veteran Run Organization run by volunteers. All donations are tax-deductible and go to honoring and preserving the history, experiences, successes, and lessons learned in Military Medicine. A tax receipt will be sent to you. WARDOCS documents the experiences, contributions, and innovations of all military medicine Services, ranks, and Corps who are affectionately called "Docs" as a sign of respect, trust, and confidence on and off the battlefield, demonstrating dedication to the medical care of fellow comrades in arms. Follow Us on Social Media Twitter: @wardocspodcast Facebook: WarDocs Podcast Instagram: @wardocspodcast LinkedIn: WarDocs-The Military Medicine Podcast
Like many of you, I'm no stranger to hardship. As a child, I was forced to migrate with my family from the Dominican Republic to New York City, where we faced seemingly endless adversity. My parents were both professionals in the Dominican Republic. In New York, my father worked as a floor technician and my mom in a sweat shop. My father had an accident and became disabled for life. It was only my mom working and we couldn't make ends meet. Some nights we didn't have dinner; my late brother and myself had to go to work as children. This period of time has shaped my life. I am driven to be successful because I promised myself that my family will never experience this again. Between language barriers and culture shock, I found it difficult to find my footing in such a foreign place and yearned for well-intentioned guidance. I worked hard in school and did very well. I started a career in healthcare as an executive. I yearned to impact people's lives in a positive manner everyday. I continued my education and obtain a Masters in Healthcare Administration and now a Doctorate in Leadership. I just published my first book focusing on Leadership Attributes CRAVE (Communication, Respect, Authenticity, Vulnerability and Empathy). After leading hundreds of teams, I found that these attributes are vital for creating great leaders and successful teams. I now coach, train, consult and speak on leadership and leadership development. I have a coaching program designated towards leaders that I provide to individuals and organizations.
Click here for the Revenue Recovery cheat sheet: https://hubs.ly/Q02531_L0 Welcome to the fourth episode of our HeartTalk podcast series, Revenue Recovery. Host Melanie Lawson, MS, speaks with MedAxiom's Nicole F. Knight, LPN, CPC, CCS-P, executive vice president of Revenue Cycle Solutions and Care Transformation, and Linda Gates-Striby, CCS-P, ACS-CA, Revenue Cycle Solutions consultant. Together, they discuss the challenges and benefits of capturing home health certification and recertification services and share some top implementation tips your practice can use.Guest Bios: Nicole F. Knight, LPN, CPC, CCS-PExecutive Vice President, Revenue Cycle Solutions and Care Transformation Nicole's decades of healthcare experience include cardiovascular and neurology practice operations, clinical management, business office management, and consulting. The most recent years have been devoted to cardiovascular consulting in operations, LEAN process improvement, and the revenue cycle. Prior to joining MedAxiom, Nicole served as practice administrator for Baptist Neurology and Northeast Florida Cardiology and director of operations for Jacksonville Heart Center and Louisiana Cardiology Associates. She has extensive expertise in coding, compliance, and education for various specialties including cardiology, neurology, radiology, hematology/oncology, orthopedic, ENT, gastroenterology and internal medicine. Nicole has provided physician and staff coding and compliance education sessions nationally. Nicole has completed numerous education hours toward a B.S. in Health Care Administration. In addition, she maintains her LPN licensure in Louisiana and Florida. She is a member of the American Academy of Professional Coders and the American Health Information Management Association. She received her Advanced Cardiovascular Coding Certification with the Board of Medical Specialty Coding and completed the AAPC inpatient coding and reimbursement course. Nicole is a certified AHIMA ICD-10-CM Trainer and completed a LEAN Healthcare training course at Johns Hopkins University. She also serves on the Physician Practice Council for AHIMA. Linda Gates-Striby, CCS-P, ACS-CAMedAxiom Consultant, Revenue Cycle Solutions Linda Gates-Striby has worked in the medical field for over 30 years and has specialized in cardiology coding and revenue cycle for 25 years. Her clinical experience includes work in the heart stations and coronary intensive care units as well as working as an EMT for a level one trauma center. As a MedAxiom Revenue Cycle Solutions consultant, Linda provides cardiovascular programs across the country with operational expertise, implementation strategies and simplification for often complex initiatives to minimize risk and maximize revenue. Linda, who has spent the past 30 years working as a specialist in compliance, revenue cycle and quality with a large cardiology and multi-specialty practice, is also the director of quality assurance with Ascension Medical Group in Indiana. Linda is a sought-after speaker and consultant and has conducted numerous national educational sessions focused on documentation, coding, auditing and revenue cycle improvement for clinicians, coders and administrators across the nation. Linda serves as a non-physician member of the American College of Cardiology's coding work group and publications subcommittee and has also served on the coding committee for the Heart Rhythm Society. Linda served as the cardiology chair on the Board of Advanced Medical Coding, lead the development of the Advanced Cardiology and Specialty Cardiology Certification examinations, and was the technical editor for cardiology-focused newsletters. Linda has served as an Independent Review Organization auditor for Office of Inspector General Corporate Integrity Agreements, and as an expert witness on behalf of cardiology practices.
Evidence based medicine is emphasized worldwide. An important skill in the practice of evidence based health care is the ability to critically appraise the validity of published literature. This lecture will explore principles of evidence based medicine and critical appraisal of randomized controlled trial.
Mentors are instrumental in the professional and personal growth of healthcare professionals. However, mentoring relationships often fail to realize their full potential. Attendees will be encouraged and equipped to initiate mentoring relationships that provide both mentor and mentee with a rewarding experience.
A panel of those who entered full time missions after age 50 will discuss how God overcame and is overcoming objections, difficulties and fears to place them in service. https://bit.ly/gmhc2022_bond_burgess_makingamidcareermove