GrassRoots Functional Medicine
Joseph Antoun, MD, PhD passion is to enhance human longevity by nurturing a true healthcare system alongside the current sick care system. Dr. Antoun is the CEO and Chairman of the Board of L-Nutra, a unique Nutri-tech company leading the Food as Medicine movement by applying cutting edge Science to Nutrition research first to uncover what humans should eat to live healthier longer and second to help patients achieve better health outcomes. In this episode, Seth is joined by Dr. Antoun to discuss the role of nutrition in unlocking health and longevity. Dr. Antoun shares his expertise on the impact of nutrition on our DNA and aging process and how products like fasting and L Nutra's nutrition technology can make a significant difference in our health span. He also talks about the importance of nutrition in inducing disease remission and progression. This episode is a must-listen for anyone who wants to learn more about nutrition's critical role in achieving a healthier and longer life. Tune in and discover valuable insights that can help transform your approach to nutrition and healthcare. Topics discussed: Big nutrition companies have only done limited trials on food, despite its impact on health and longevity. Nutrition should be one of the primary approaches to preventing and treating diseases. Normalizing nutrition as a foundation for good health and combating illnesses can benefit our society as a whole. Fasting mimicking diets can improve the immune system and slow the effects of aging. Resources Discussed in this episode: Grassroots Prolon Discount Link: https://prolonfmd.com/GrassRootsFM The Longevity Diet: Discover the New Science Behind Stem Cell Activation and Regeneration to Slow Aging, Fight Disease, and Optimize Weight https://www.amazon.com/Longevity-Diet-Discover-Activation-Regeneration/dp/0525534075 Six-Month Periodic Fasting in Patients With Type 2 Diabetes and Diabetic Nephropathy: A proof-of-Concept Study JCEM Fasting Results: https://academic.oup.com/jcem/article/107/8/2167/6576281 More About Dr. Joseph Antoun and L-Nutra Visit L-Nurta's website Learn more about Prolon Dr. Antoun has dedicated his professional experience to reforming health systems towards preventive care, to create a market for healthy aging by launching the first aging and longevity product called ProLon, and to bringing back fasting as a longevity practice to humanity. In 2016, Dr. Antoun launched the Fasting Market, which by 2018, became the #1 nutrition regimen in the US, and continues to grow in popularity. In 2018, the Fasting Mimicking Diet was granted a patent on 'promoting longevity and healthspan'. Dr. Antoun completed his Health Policy studies at Harvard University, Public Health at Johns Hopkins University, Medicine and Biological Sciences at Saint Joseph University, and his PhD studies in Mediterranean & Middle Eastern Studies at King's College. He is married to the loveliest Carine, has three amazing boys and stays healthy by practicing time restricted eating, periodic fasting and walking daily while on his phone Connect with Dr. Seth Osgood To learn more about Dr. Seth Osgood and the GrassRoots Adaptation Program, head over to www.grassrootsfunctionalmedicine.com Join the GrassRoots Facebook community at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/grassrootsfuntionalmedicine
Have you been gaslit by someone in the medical system? Have you been unfairly labeled by a physician/nurse/provider? Have you your symptoms been dismissed and you were treated like it is all in your head? Has someone used their power to intimidate you so you doubt your experience to the point where you are afraid to say the wrong thing around the person? Gaslighting in the healthcare system is a problem. I share my opinion on the situation, a personal experience that almost caused harm to my newborn baby, and ways to take control of your health. I acknowledge that there are many amazing people working in the medical system and that the system is broken in many ways for everyone involved. Want to share your experience? Visit https://thegoodlifecoach.com/241 to leave a comment. Referenced in this Solocast. Listen to Monday Musings with Michele: Living Angels
One in five Americans now has medical debt in collections and rising health care costs today threaten every small business in America. Dr. Makary, one of the nation's leading health care experts, travels across America and details why health care has become a bubble. Drawing from on-the-ground stories, his research, and his own experience, The Price We Pay paints a vivid picture of the business of medicine and its elusive money games in need of a serious shake-up. Dr. Makary shows how so much of health care spending goes to things that have nothing to do with health and what you can do about it. Dr. Makary challenges the medical establishment to remember medicine's noble heritage of caring for people when they are vulnerable. Kevin covers his top takeaways and his experience having worked in the system. Buy the book here: https://amzn.to/3Leogwx +++++ Subscribe to the Podcast! ▶︎ PODCAST: https://pod.link/thebooklegion Follow us on Social Media: ▶︎ WEBSITE | https://thebooklegion.com ▶︎ YOUTUBE | http://bit.ly/2MZJ3Io ▶︎ INSTAGRAM | https://instagram.com/thebooklegion ▶︎ FACEBOOK | https://facebook.com/thebooklegion Check out Tyzer Evans' other Podcast, Grind Sell Elevate here: https://pod.link/1387700042 Check out our sponsor Odin's Rune Clothing Co.: https://bit.ly/odinsrune, clothing for those who want to burn the boats to live a purpose-driven life Do you love Coffee? Our sponsor Coffee. Love. Hope. Has fun coffee mugs and shirts for gifts! Check out their store here: https://etsy.me/3gTBVfZ
Well hello friends!! In today's episode I'm chatting with another amazing sober mama, Adrienne McDougal. Adrienne lives here in Oregon with her husband, two kiddos and a giant 120 pound dog. She's originally from New Mexico and has been a nurse for 14 years. She's very passionate about influencing rapid change in our healthcare system by developing and growing this generation of leaders. She loves spending time with her family, especially when it's in the outdoors anywhere near the water or the mountains! Adrienne is another amazing example of a mom who knew alcohol wasn't serving her, put in the hard work, and is thriving in sobriety. Can't wait to hear what you think of this great episode!Connect with Adrienne:Instagram: @amcdougal84 LinkedIn: adrienne-mcdougal Listen to her show: Between the Bedside and the BoardroomNext Steps: Contact: email@example.comWebsite: Click hereCommunity: The Decidedly Dry Community - Helping Women Embrace a Sober LifestyleCoaching: More Information
The Federal Reserve and the Biden administration are attempting to stop the unfolding crisis on America's banks. Despite new measures taken to ensure that depositors are able to get money from troubled banks, upsets in the stock market and problems threatening regional banks suggest the crisis isn't over. Meanwhile, Republicans are calling for U.S. military action against the drug cartels, and the Mexican government is threatening to launch an information war against the lawmakers on American soil if they don't back down. In this live Q&A with Crossroads host Joshua Philipp, we'll discuss these stories and others, and answer questions from the audience. ⭕️ Stay up-to-date with Josh with the Crossroads NEWSLETTER
Wellness Your Way with Megan Lyons
This episode covers:An interview with Dr. Erin Yuet Tjam, PhD. Dr. Erin has been a health educator, adjunct professor, entrepreneur, and Special Advisor to the President at the University of Waterloo. She was also Director of Research at St. Mary's General Hospital and Health Researcher at St. Joseph's Health Care System, in Ontario, Canada. She now he devotes her time to researching and writing about health and beauty.Dr. Erin's personal obsession, why we don't need to exfoliate, what Kevin got right (that I always made fun of him for!), how skincare products are like drugs, what soap operas have to do with all of this, and so much more.Links I mentioned during this episode:Join Revitalize: www.thelyonsshare.org/revitalizeDr. Erin Tjam's Website: www.skinsobering.comSkin Sobering Book: https://amzn.to/3j707MSHow to take action after listening to this episode:Try skin sobering! Consider one thing you learned from this interview you currently do that is not optimal for your skin. Maybe it's swapping a product you currently use on your skin for something better, changing what you put on the inside via nutrition, or incorporating more exercise into your week. What's one thing you can do for your skin health? Commit to it and start to implement it this week.
The Essential Oil Revolution –– Aromatherapy, DIY, and Healthy Living w/ Samantha Lee Wright
When I used to work in healthcare I see so many people who are overworked, underpaid and undervalued but they keep going because well for one they're amazing people who want to look after patients and two they don't believe life can be any different. It freaking breaks my heart! So when I met Tracy Bingaman - OMG, her journey and what she does to help other healthcare professionals to create better lives for themselves was music to my ears! You don't need to leave your job if you love it, but you can create a life where you work because you want to, not because you need to and that goes for any profession! On this episode, I chat with Tracy Bingaman on: How to Become Work Optional - work because you want to not because you need to! Walk your talk - are your actions reflecting what you say are your priorities? Figure out your value and worth and ask for it Why it's important to set up your boundaries and stick to it Plus so much more! Tracy is The Money PA, a Certified Physician Assistant, Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies, and Host of The PA Is In Podcast. She helps Physician Associates land the biggest raise of their career. From the depths of healthcare burnout, Tracy has healed and grown to become a Unicorn PA with a job she loves and abundant time, money and energy. She slashed her work hours from 60 to 24 per week and tripled her hourly income practising clinically as a PA. On The PA Is In Podcast, Tracy recently celebrated 40,000 downloads as she works to redefine success as a Physician Assistant. A thought leader on burnout, boundaries, work optional financial freedom and how to negotiate as a PA, Tracy is helping PAs to earn more money, work fewer hours and ultimately become Unicorn PAs too. For more about Tracy Website - www.tracybingaman.com Facebook - www.facebook.com/mrstracybingaman Instagram - www.instagram.com/mrstracybingaman LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/tracybingaman Pinterest - www.pinterest.ph/mrstracybingaman For more about host KaKi Lee Website - www.kakilee.com Facebook Page - www.facebook.com/kakiverse888 Instagram - www.instagram.com/kakiverse888 Check out KaKi's Signature Coaching Program - Unlimited Abundance Academy - www.kakilee.com/unlimited-abundance-academy Interested in working with KaKi? Have an Abundance Tea
In this Sunday edition: How California's mental healthcare system failed a young man with schizophrenia. Plus, the transformative impact of the "Oscars-So-White" campaign on the Academy's diversity. Support The L.A. Report by donating now at LAist.com/joinSupport the show: https://laist.com
In episode 105 of the Wealth in Christ show, we sat with Dr.Clarence Lee Jr. Dr. Lee is a physician-entrepreneur, international speaker, executive coach, and the President and CEO of Exhort Health. He is a multi-talented individual who is also a decorated war veteran. He holds Biology, Medicine, and Business degrees. He is a published author and regular on-air TV health expert. This episode discusses Dr.Clarence's journey as an entrepreneur and how he helps doctors break free from the rat race.Link to join Pray and Invest Group:https://www.facebook.com/groups/216144613257783/Link to investing guide:https://wealthinchristbrand.com/products/investing-guideWealth in christ Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/Wealthinchrist/Dami on IG:https://www.instagram.com/damilola_oguntoyinbo/Wealth in christ store: wealthinchristbrand.comUSE promo code: WEALTH for 10% off any products
Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices Shine
Leah and Cole chat with Tabitha Chilton, a White Earth Nation member who serves as Sanford Health's Native American patient advocate in Bemidji, Minnesota. Tabitha's focus on outpatient care at the Joe Lueken Cancer Center helps Native communities access healthcare throughout Northern Minnesota. She works with Tribal communities to help build trust and understanding in the healthcare system and emphasizes the need for preventative care and primary care. Tabitha chats with us about her current position at Sanford Health, helping youth through trauma-informed care and her path to serving communities.Miigwech to Tabitha for sharing about what has led her along the path of advocating for Native Americans in Healthcare systems!Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices ShineNative Lights is a weekly, half-hour radio program hosted by Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe members and siblings, Leah Lemm and Cole Premo. Native Lights is a space for people in Native communities around Mni Sota Mkoce -- a.k.a. Minnesota -- to tell their stories about finding their gifts and sharing them with the community.Native Lights: Where Indigenous Voices Shine is produced by Minnesota Native News and Ampers, Diverse Radio for Minnesota's Communities with support from the Minnesota Arts and Cultural Heritage fund. Online at https://minnesotanativenews.org/
Regular listeners to Raise the Line know that research into rare diseases should matter to everybody because it has led to treatments for much more common conditions that have improved and saved millions of lives. Statins are usually the prime example of that. Well, on this episode we're going to get into much more detail on this point with someone who literally wrote the book on the subject: Dr. Jules Berman. His 2014 work published by Elsevier, Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs, Keys to Understanding and Treating the Common Diseases, shows that much of what we now know about common diseases has been achieved by studying rare diseases, and therefore, accelerating progress in the field of rare diseases will lead to yet more advances affecting common conditions. “If you have a rare disease and you think about the phenotype that results from it, you can often find that same phenotype occurring much more commonly in acquired disease, so the treatment for the rare disease can often help people with the acquired disease.” Don't miss this provocative conversation with host Michael Carrese as Dr. Berman shares why he thinks researching one rare disease at a time is a flawed approach, especially in light of his belief that there are more than 50,000 rare conditions.
Lucy Landman is one of only a few children known worldwide to have a genetic disorder called PGAP3, in which a single missing gene can cause seizures and severe physical and cognitive limitations. Luckily for Lucy, her parents Geri and Zach Landman are both physicians whose expertise has been a big help in obtaining a diagnosis and in advocating for her. The Landmans are bringing that know-how and a fervent desire to help all children with single gene disorders to the non-profit they founded, Moonshots for Unicorns, which is already working with Nationwide Children's Hospital on a promising gene therapy. “There are so many of these single gene disorders that should be amenable to things like gene therapy and drug repurposing. So, we don't want this just to focus on PGAP3.” Listen to this moving episode with host Michael Carrese to learn what causes PGAP3, how the rare genetic disorder has impacted Lucy's life and health, and the suspected connection between PGAP3 and Autism. Dr. Landman also addresses the big gaps she sees in newborn screening, medical education and research efforts from a rare disease perspective.Mentioned in this episode: www.moonshotsforunicorns.org
The Cybercrime Magazine Podcast brings you daily cybercrime news that airs each day on WCYB Digital Radio, the first and only 7x24x365 Internet radio station devoted to cybersecurity. Our host Hillarie McClure keeps you on the cutting edge of cyber with a rundown of the latest cyberattacks, hacks, data breaches, and more. Don't miss an episode! Airs every half-hour on WCYB and every day on our podcast. Listen to today's news at https://soundcloud.com/cybercrimemagazine/sets/cybercrime-daily-news
Medicine on Call with Dr. Elaina George
Dr. Ralph La Guardia has spent over three decades researching alternative ways of treating and preventing diseases of all types. He has been in private practice in Connecticut for more than thirty years. During that time, he has learned what alternative and natural methods work and which ones are “snake oil.” He has read hundreds of books and research articles on alternative ways of treating diﬀerent diseases. In fact, he has a huge personal library of many out-of-print books. Moreover, he is well known in the medical underground of pioneering integrative medical practitioners. Integrative medicine is the highly eﬀective combination of traditional and alternative medicine. Additionally, he authored “The Doomsday Book of Medicine,” considered by many to be the best book on medical prepping. He also wrote “The Bible of Alternative Medicine.” Recently, Dr. La Guardia released his newest book entitled “Infected: Secrets from The Medical Underground.” He lives on an organic farm in Connecticut with his lovely wife Lynne, his feisty 91 year old mother Mary, and their three dogs and four horses. When not practicing medicine or writing, he spends most of his time in his orchards or his geodesic dome greenhouse. While there, he enjoys experimenting with growing and propagating edible fruits of all kinds. Bible of Alternatie Medicine: https://bibleofalternativemedicine.com/buy-now/ INFECTED: Secrets From The Medical Underground http://drralphlaguardia.com/
If you're like me you get on with your busy life not really thinking about our local hospital-- until you need it. It's then you hope you're getting truly superior care.But what I hadn't considered until recently is the incredible role fundraising plays in the quality of front-line care you and I receive.I'm so very pleased to welcome Stacey Corley, President Sarasota Memorial Health Care Foundation (SMHCF).In this episode, you'll learn...One thing most people don't know about Stacey.Why she chose philanthropy as a careerWhat some people get wrong about healthcare fund-raisingThe tremendous importance SMHCF plays in the quality of our local healthcare systemGame-changing projects she and the hospital are working on now... and much, much, more!Thank you for listening in today as it is my hope you will listen .. learn ... and connect!Stacey Corley joined Sarasota Memorial Healthcare Foundation as president in September 2022. The Healthcare Foundation is the philanthropic partner of Sarasota Memorial Health Care System, providing the hospital with critical resources through grants in the key areas of patient care, education, clinical research, technology and facilities. Prior to joining SMHF, Ms. Corley served as VP for Advancement at Ringling College of Art and Design. She originally joined that organization in 2012 as a Sr. Development Officer, becoming AVP for Strategic Philanthropy in 2014. Previously, she served as Assoc. Dir. for Development for FSU Foundation/The Ringling. She also worked for Bristol-Myers Squibb in various roles including Sr. Hospital Business Manager. She has held leadership positions with organizations including RCLA, AFP, Junior League of Sarasota, and is a member of Sarasota Women's Alliance. Stacey holds a Bachelor of Professional Accountancy and MBA from Mississippi State University.TwitterFacebookInstagram
A podcast brought to you by Elephant in the Womb blog (www.elephantinthewomb.ca). Disclaimer: this podcast is for informational purposes only. This is NOT medical advice. If you need medical advice, please see your doctor or healthcare provider. I am so happy to finally bring you this episode with my returning guest, Kaitlyn! Today, Kaitlyn shares her experience as a plus size woman accessing the healthcare system during pregnancy. She shares her struggles and wins, and highlights areas where improvements are needed in terms of care delivery. We also talk about the lack of supports, information and resources in quite a bit of detail... tune in for a great episode and thank you to Kaitlyn for once again sharing her story with me. Two instagram accounts she mentioned in the podcast are: @plussizebirth and @plussizebabywearing !
Dr. Curry-Winchell, based in Reno, was named a Healthcare Hero by Nevada Business Magazine and was awarded the Community Service Award from the Washoe County Medical Society.
In this Sunday edition: One L.A. family's heartbreaking loss sheds light on critical shortcomings in our healthcare system, where Black people are more likely to experience complications or die in childbirth. Mariana Dale will bring us that story. Then…coding bootcamps have exploded in popularity in recent years, with dozens of programs available across the U.S… Julia Barajas investigated the promise and potential pitfalls of these programs… Support the show: https://laist.com
Eighty percent of rare diseases are caused by genetic mutations, which is why many of our recent guests have highlighted the importance of pursuing gene therapies as potential treatments and cures. That's why we're particularly pleased to have Dr. Gaurav Shah on Raise the Line today. He's the CEO of Rocket Pharma, a company that's in hot pursuit of developing curative gene therapies for patients with inherited genetic diseases, and showing remarkable results in some cases. For instance, a gene therapy for a rare and fatal heart condition called Danon disease is moving every parameter in the right direction, a result Dr. Shah is understandably proud of. “When gene therapy works, it really works. We were able to demonstrate the power of gene therapy for heart disease for the first time in our species,” he tells host Michael Carrese. Don't miss this fascinating look at the art, science and practicalities of developing gene therapies and where Rocket Pharma is seeing progress. You'll also learn about the many career options in drug development and hear how Dr. Shah's background as a Grammy-winning artist informs his approach to leadership.Mentioned in this episode: https://rocketpharma.com/
“Burnout to me is about losing control, not overwork. It's about being unable to solve problems, and problems beginning to stack up with no end in sight.” Today's Raise the Line guest Justin Welsh earned that insight the hard way after a demanding corporate job led to a panic attack so severe it prompted a 911 call. Five years later, after founding a one-man business called “The Saturday Solopreneur,” he's gained full control of his work life and has the number one rated course on LinkedIn which helps more than 10,000 people identify, share and monetize the knowledge they already possess. Listen in to this enlightening episode with host Shiv Gaglani as Justin shares his journey from successful digital health executive to self-employment and what he's learned along the way about himself and what really matters to him. He details how he gained such a large following in short order, and offers advice for healthcare workers and digital health entrepreneurs on advancing their careers and preventing burnout. And stay tuned for an insightful take on the impact of AI that should reassure those with real world knowledge and experience, and the wisdom that can come from both. “Try not to look for ways to cut the line in place of real learning. Do the work, make the mistakes, analyze the mistakes, iterate, repeat.”Mentioned in this episode: linkedin.com/in/justinwelsh
UNCONSCIOUS- A Healthcare System on Life Support Series===
Coach Amanda B improved migraines, gastroparesis, IBS, gastritis, anxiety, and SIBO symptoms on a carnivore diet. Her coaching profile: https://carnivore.diet/product/amanda-b/ Timestamps: 00:00 Trailer 00:40 Introduction 02:01 Intermittent bouts of flu-like symptoms 04:05 Colonoscopy, endoscopy for fecal block 05:56 Starting keto 07:45 Seeing visuals 09:45 Migraines and stress 11:45 Idiopathic intracranial hypertension 13:35 Mental health declining 14:58 Starting carnivore diet 17:13 Money spent on health care costs 19:06 Physician feedback on carnivore diet 21:29 Migraines and carbohydrates 22:50 Cholesterol numbers versus quality of life 27:12 Sugar and chronic pain 29:34 Amanda's carnivore diet today 32:56 Myopic focus on LDL cholesterol 34:51 Fasting 37:02 Carnivore diet and family 40:09 Fat, salt, and electrolytes 42:27 Straying from the carnivore diet 45:53 Carnivore diet and social situations 47:45 Father on carnivore diet 49:57 Work more enjoyable 52:02 Vegan reactions to carnivore diet 53:58 Circle of life See open positions at Revero: https://jobs.lever.co/Revero/ Join Carnivore Diet for a free 30 day trial: https://carnivore.diet/join/ Book a Carnivore Coach: https://carnivore.diet/book-a-coach/ Carnivore Shirts: https://merch.carnivore.diet Subscribe to our Newsletter: https://carnivore.diet/subscribe/ . #revero #shawnbaker #Carnivorediet #MeatHeals #HealthCreation #humanfood #AnimalBased #ZeroCarb #DietCoach #FatAdapted #Carnivore #sugarfree
Inside Sources with Boyd Matheson
High prescription drug prices, high hospital costs, and nursing strikes dominate the headlines in the US when it comes to healthcare. We're familiar with the usual talking points regarding solutions: transparency, price caps, and subsidies. But Dr. Joseph Jarvis from Common Sense Health Care for Utah explains what we should really be thinking about to fix our broken system.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“The qualities of a provider that were envisioned fifty years ago are completely different from what the world needs for tomorrow. It's completely different,” insists Dr. Abebe Bekele, who is entrusted with educating this new breed of physician at the University of Global Health Equity in Rwanda. As Bekele explains to host Shiv Gaglani in this special in-person interview on the campus of UGHE in Butaro, Rwanda, COVID-19 has demonstrated that doctors now need to be able to serve as leaders of institutions, manage large projects, raise money and interface with influential public sector players such as policymakers and journalists. The program at UGHE has been designed with that in mind by providing a grounding in liberal arts and humanities along with the necessary medical content. As you'll learn in this insightful conversation, the relatively young school -- which was established by Partners in Health in 2015 -- is taking a thoughtful approach to meeting healthcare needs in the region through admissions policies and scholarships that are boosting the number of female physicians and incentivizing its graduates to practice medicine in their home communities. Beyond connecting with Dr. Bekele, Shiv's visit gave him a chance to meet with students and faculty to gain a deeper understanding of the partnership Osmosis has with UGHE which is part of a larger effort to support medical education in Sub-Saharan Africa, including in Namibia where he was born. As you'll hear, Shiv came away seeing UGHE as a model for health education in an increasingly interconnected world. Mentioned in this episode: https://ughe.org/
Nothing pulls at our heartstrings more than a sick kiddo. Remarkably, our system does quite well for children with serious illnesses. But luck plays way too big a part in which kids live or die. Special thanks to our season two sponsor Thorne. Thorne believes personalized, scientific wellness can extend the duration of one's health span, create happier and healthier lives, and feel one's best at every age and life stage. Visit the Lemonada Media Thorne Storefront at www.thorne.com/u/care for 10% off your first order.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
“Our rare disease community is looking to solve for many different types of policy barriers because we have a very diverse patient community,” says Annie Kennedy, who was drawn to the rare disease issue due to some personal experience early in her life. After spending many years as a patient advocate -- including being with patients during provider visits -- she has developed a keen understanding of where the healthcare system can be improved to do justice to rare disease patients and families. That insight informs her work as chief of Policy, Advocacy and Patient Engagement at the EveryLife Foundation where she helps provide patient communities with tools and resources they can use to make their voice heard in the policy arena. In fact, next week, EveryLife is holding its annual Rare Disease Week on Capitol Hill during which members of the rare disease community will meet with lawmakers in Washington to provide meaningful perspectives and encourage their support. “There are more than thirty million Americans living with rare diseases, so this is a real public health priority,” she tells Raise the Line host Michael Carrese. One resource EveryLife has brought to the table is a study on the total cost of living with a rare disease, not just the costs of medical care, which is helping to inform policy discussions. You'll also learn about some key steps pharma companies, insurers and providers can take to support the rare disease community and where the field is heading in the next few years. Mentioned in this episode: https://everylifefoundation.org/
Vitality Radio Podcast with Jared St. Clair
Kimberly Overton is a registered nurse with a desire to change the current medical model, and she has a plan to do just that. Jared and Kim discuss the issues with today's medical system and a novel approach to giving patients a better alternative where doctors and nurses can work with patients outside of the confines of insurance companies and government and pharma restrictions. This is a fascinating conversation that everyone needs to hear.Links: www.nursefreedomnetwork.orgwww.remnantnursing.orgwww.nursefreedomnetwork.substack.com americaoutloud.com/nursesoutloudwww.givesendgo.com/remnantnursingVisit the podcast website here: VitalityRadio.comJust a reminder that this podcast is for educational purposes only. The FDA has not evaluated the podcast. The information is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease. The advice given is not intended to replace the advice of your medical professional.You can follow us at @vitalityradio on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Shop the products that Jared mentions at vitalitynutrition.com. Let us know your thoughts about this episode using the hashtag #vitalityradio and please rate and review us on Apple Podcasts. If you'd like to shop our visit please visit us at vitalitynutrition.com. Thank you!
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Chadd Canode from VA Sunshine Healthcare Network spoke to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of #HSPI2023. Chadd talks about why he enjoys attending as well as his interest in touring UPS Worldport at this year's conference. You can also scroll to our podcast breaks from the 2022 conference to hear Chadd's thoughts about the event in Orlando.
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Stacy Cassio, founder/CEO of Pink Mentor Network, spoke to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of #HSPI2023. Stacy talks about her experience attending the conference as a newcomer as well as offering insights from her keynote speech at the awards dinner Friday night.
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Daniela Torres Stephanian, continuous improvement analyst with Inova Health System, spoke to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of #HSPI2023. Daniela discusses what it's been like visiting the conference for the first time as well as what led to her wanting to work healthcare.
“In about three weeks, I went from a completely normal thirty-year-old to somebody with a heart transplant. It was crazy,” says Dr. Alin Gragossian, who shares her remarkable experience on this edition of Raise the Line. What makes her tale even more interesting is that at the time of the life-threatening heart episode that necessitated the transplant, she was finishing up a residency in emergency medicine. In fact, Dr. Gragossian is dually trained in emergency medicine and critical care medicine. Since her transplant, she's been using her platform to share her unique experiences with other health professionals and raise awareness about the importance of organ donation. “I've had a lot of amazing lessons from what I call ‘patient school' that medical school never really taught me,” she tells host Michael Carrese. Listen in to this fascinating episode to hear Dr. Gragossian describe what life is like after an organ transplant and the lessons learned as a transplant patient that she's applying to her medical career. She gets candid about what she would change about medical school curriculums and what would encourage more people to become organ donors. Then, she talks about her podcast, “Both Sides of the Stethoscope” and emphasizes the power of strong patient communities and support groups.
Speak English Now Podcast: Learn English | Speak English without grammar.
Transcript: Are you curious about how the healthcare system works in the U.S.? In this episode, I will explain the basics of the American healthcare system. There is not one universal system, but a range of public and private insurance options. I will lay out how these plans work so that you can gain a better understanding. And yes. Contrary to what some people assume, public health care exists in the USA. There are several public systems, both federal and state. All Americans must have health insurance or face a federal offense. Therefore, everyone should be properly insured. If someone is unemployed, they may be eligible for federal or state public insurance programs to help them access the necessary health care services. Let's find out more about public health in the U.S. In 1965, the federal government created Medicare and Medicaid, which provided health coverage to the elders and the poorest segments of the population. What are Medicare and Medicaid? Medicare is a federal health insurance program primarily available to people 65 or older, certain younger people with disabilities, or people with End-Stage Renal Disease. Medicaid offers health insurance to countless Americans, such as eligible low-income adults, children, pregnant women, senior citizens, and people with disabilities. States must follow federal rules while running the program, which is funded by both state and federal money. Other programs, such as the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP), is a federal-state partnership program administered by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. Children's Health Insurance Program provides health insurance coverage to low-income children and pregnant women who do not qualify for Medicaid but cannot afford private health insurance. I hope you found this episode interesting. In the next one, I will continue talking about healthcare in the U.S. [END OF THE EXTRACT] Get the transcript here: SpeakEnglishPodcast.com/podcast
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Members of “BUF2” – a team competing in the FlexSim Student Simulation Competition – talked to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of the Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2023. Team members Yuxin Yang and Mohammad Saeed Alattar hail from Binghamton University.
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Dr. Erkeda DeRouen is joined again by Dr. Stephanie Pearson. In this episode, Dr. Pearson steers from disability insurances to life insurances. She will give us an insight of the different types of life insurances and how medical professionals and students can choose which type of insurance they can select from depending on their lifestyle. [00:21] Re-Introduction of Stephanie Pearson [03:54] About Life Insurances [07:26] Why Buy Life Insurance? [11:05] Difference Between Term and Whole Insurance [16:22] Figuring Out the Right Coverage For You [21:00] What Would You Change in the Healthcare System Life Insurances Unlike disability insurances, life insurances serve more as an umbrella insurance for individuals regarding health, benefits, and other safety nets depending on ones' lifestyle. For medical students and practitioners, life insurance will be an essential purchase down the line particularly for individuals who plan to start or have a family. Life insurances are customizable and more flexible to change depending on the person and what they want to be more secure about. Knowing You're Covered The importance of why insurance exists is for individuals to be covered in terms of health, giving them an extra life line in case bad things may happen. Being a health practitioner does not always guarantee that you are 100% covered, being that most of them are exposed to contagious illnesses and unwanted accidents. It's essential to know and measure what you want insurance to cover in your life now, beit medical, education, mortgages, etc. You can reach Dr. Pearson through her Facebook, Instagram, and Linkedin, or you may also reach her through her website and landline that is 610 658 325. Or you can email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn more about how MedSchoolCoach can help you along your medical school journey, visit us at Prospective Doctor. You can also reach us through our social media: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MedSchoolCoach Dr. Erkeda's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctordgram/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@ProspectiveDoctor
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Lauren Cooper from Wake Forest Baptist Health in Kernersville, N.C., spoke to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of the Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2023. Lauren talks about her career evolution and the value of the professional network she has built over several years attending this annual event.
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Matthew Tharakan from the University of Wisconsin-Madison spoke to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of the Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2023. Matthew talks about what he's learned about mentorship and networking at the conference as well as how the pandemic steered him toward healthcare.
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Members of “Daddy Lion” – a team competing in the FlexSim Student Simulation Competition – talked to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of the Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2023. Team members Diory Cheng, Yiyang Wang, and Andrew Chung hail from Pennsylvania State University.
Problem Solved: The IISE Podcast
Members of “Elite” – a team competing in the FlexSim Student Simulation Competition – talked to IISE's Frank Reddy at the Kentucky International Convention Center in Louisville, site of the Healthcare Systems Process Improvement Conference 2023. Team members Anjula Nayanajith, Manidu Hewage, Isara Tillekeratne, and Dinusha Bandara Homagama hail from University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka.
Mackenzie Drazan has made it her mission to ensure everyone has access to effective mental healthcare through her platform, MiResource. During this episode, Mackenzie shares the strategies that have helped her get this far, including her approaches to effective communication, dealing with stress, and building a support system.About Mackenzie Drazan:Mackenzie is the Co-founder and CEO of MiResource, a platform that connects patients with mental health professionals. Her goal is to create a world where everyone has access to effective mental healthcare. Mackenzie holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science from Duke University, as well as a certificate in Innovation & Entrepreneurship. She was also named on Forbes's 30 Under 30 list. Episode highlights: “It takes a village.” Guidance and support are essential to the success of an entrepreneurial venture. Surround yourself with mentors and peers who can help shape you into the best entrepreneur you can be. (14:12) As an entrepreneur, you will constantly be put in situations outside your comfort zone. To prevent the stress of discomfort from becoming overwhelming, reframe those feelings and keep reminding yourself of why you chose to do what you are doing so that you can hold onto your energy and passion. (22:54) Becoming a successful entrepreneur requires being able to communicate your vision effectively. Be consistent in your messaging, keep it simple, and reiterate it often to yourself and your team. (27:09) The role of an entrepreneur is to solve problems. Don't get caught up in titles and expectations; just focus on the impact you want to make in the world. (30:01) To ensure that you are always moving towards your greater vision, set yourself small, simple process goals that you can remind yourself of every day. (32:08) Mackenzie's best advice for entrepreneurs:“Everything is always changing, which makes it so fun, but it can also be stressful. So you're always having to reformulate how you handle those stresses. That's always an area of growth for me.” (24:00)Connect with Mackenzie: LinkedIn Twitter Website Email Follow Beyond 8 Figures: LinkedIn Twitter Website
There are so many choices to make as an undergrad in med school: selecting which medical field to go into; whether to go down the academic path; and how to use your knowledge and skills to find success and create positive change in the world, to name a few. On today's episode we're going to hear from someone who helps students work through all of those questions and also assists faculty colleagues with adjusting to the changing medical education landscape. Dr. Kim Tartaglia does all of this wearing several hats at Ohio State University Wexner College of Medicine including Professor of Medicine, Director of the “IMWell” program for internal medicine residents and Director of Faculty Mentorship. “There are so many different ways to make an impact that there's not one path to success and there's not one path to be impactful,” she tells host Michael Carrese. Listen in to this episode as Dr. Tartaglia shares her perspective on how medical education has changed since the pandemic as well as how students and academic leaders are relating to each other differently as they work to improve the med ed system. You'll also learn how she chose her specialty in med school, what drew her to stay in academics, how she established an enjoyable career in medical academics, and the benefits of attending OSU's College of Medicine. And stay tuned to the end for an enlightening discussion of the role of lifestyle medicine in treating and reversing disease, and the benefits of coaching and mentorship for med school residents.Mentioned in this episode: https://medicine.osu.edu/
This episode features Paul Hiltz, President & CEO at NCH Healthcare System. Here, he discusses NCH taking steps and going through a period of transformational change as they become an advanced community healthcare system, what that means, the strength of having a smaller unified board, and more.
The CE experience for this Podcast is powered by CMEfy - click here to reflect and earn credits: https://earnc.me/FAyEnW Dr. Marion Mass rejoins the podcast this week, to give us an update on the situation impacting all Americans - The cost of healthcare, and how Insurance companies, along with their Pharmacy Benefit Manager organizations are not incentivized to provide the best care...only the best profits. Please visit the Website: free2care.org and check out The Health System Tracker Dr. Marion Mass is a pediatrician who has practiced in suburban Philadelphia for 21 years. She is a founding member and Co-Chair of Practicing Physicians of America, an organization dedicated to protecting the physician's ability to serve their patients and to confront unnecessary and overbearing regulations that limit their ability to advocate for those patients. Dr. Mass is also a writer with works being published in The Wall Street Journal The Hill and The Washington Times in addition to advising policy shapers at the state and national level. She serves on the editorial board of her county newspaper, on the board of The Bucks County Health Improvement Partnership, and as a delegate to the Pennsylvania Medical society. She guest blogs on various sites regarding teaching organic gardening to children. Join the Conversation! We want to hear from you! Do you have additional thoughts about today's topic? Do you have your own Prescription for Success? Record a message on Speakpipe All The Tools You Need To Build and Scale A Integrative Health Business Get a behind the scenes look at our playbook at Texas Center for Lifestyle Medicine to see the underpinnings of how they deliver health while keeping team members fulfilled. Find out more at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/IPB Unlock Bonus content and get the shows early on our Patreon Follow us or Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | Amazon | Spotify --- Show notes at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/141 Report-out with comments or feedback at https://rxforsuccesspodcast.com/report Music by Ryan Jones. Find Ryan on Instagram at _ryjones_, Contact Ryan at email@example.com Production assistance by Clawson Solutions Group, find them on the web at csolgroup.com
— The goal of functional medicine is to find the root cause of disease using science-based methods. All symptoms are considered interrelated in the functional medicine model, since the body is viewed as an integrated whole. Therefore, a problem in one part of the body does not simply affect that part, but also affects other parts. In functional medicine, genetics, diet, lifestyle, and environment are taken into consideration, along with their interaction with the various body systems. A natural state of equilibrium or balance is restored to the body by identifying and treating its root cause. In contrast to conventional medicine, which treats symptoms largely without addressing the underlying problem, this method is radically different. Valeria interviews Dr. Leke Asong — He is the author of “How To Stay Ahead Of Your Doctor And Influence Your Health: Simple, Practical and Effective Insider Tips to Utilize the Healthcare System to Your Advantage and Stay Healthy.” Dr. Leke Asong is a practicing NHS General Practitioner (Family Dr), Functional Medicine Doctor and Wellness Consultant from England, UK. For years he suffered from poor gut and overall health. He saw the best specialists in different fields, but he was told everything was normal-None had the answers. On starting GP training, Dr. Leke Asong quickly realized there were many patients in his position who were suffering despite having normal blood tests and scans. That's when he was convinced conventional medicine did not have all the answers, specifically with regard to chronic diseases. This set he on a relentless journey not only to fix his health but also the health of his patients. Along Dr. Leke Asong's journey, he discovered functional medicine, a science-based model that seeks to find the root cause of disease. In the end, he fixed his gut and overall health. In order to share what he has learned and help NHS patients, he wrote the book titled How To Stay Ahead of Your Doctor and Influence Your Health. Dr. Leke Asong also launched Gut Health Medic, an online website where he sees patients with difficult-to-treat gut and related disorders. He plans to launch Wellness Programs via Gut Health Medic in the next few months. Dr. Leke Asong is also an inventor, with products mainly in the kitchen space. To learn more about Dr. Leke Asong and his work, please visit: guthealthmedic.co.uk — This podcast is a quest for well-being, a quest for a meaningful life through the exploration of fundamental truths, enlightening ideas, insights on physical, mental, and spiritual health. The inspiration is Love. The aspiration is to awaken new ways of thinking that can lead us to a new way of being, being well.