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Beyond The Hype: Artificial Intelligence
S03E05. Role of Tech in Reversing Type 2 Diabetes

Beyond The Hype: Artificial Intelligence

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 24, 2021 45:19


In this episode, MMC Manager Dele Akinyemi talks to Ian Braithwaite and Napala Pratini co-founders of Habitual. An MMC portfolio company that is a digital-first diabetes prevention and reversal programme that delivers lifelong weight loss and behaviour change. They discuss why they're on a mission to change diabetes type 2 as we know it, the role technology plays in their business and what differentiates them from the competition.  

Futurized
Health Tech Reboot

Futurized

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2021 31:16


In episode 147 of the Futurized podcast (@futurized2), the topic is: Health Tech Reboot. Today, I have no guest. Instead, I'm talking about my new book, Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset. In this episode, I answer the following questions, which typically are asked of authors: Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background and how it's relevant to the topic of the book? Why did you write this book? How did you come up with the title for your book? What's your message? Who should read it? What are are people saying about your book so far? Would you read us an excerpt from the book? Can you take us through some key chapters? How long on average does it take you to write a book? What was the most challenging aspect of writing this book? How much research did you need to do for your book? Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. I'm your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity. Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Futurized—conversations that matter. If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in. The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future. Before you do anything else, make sure you are subscribed to our newsletter on Futurized.org, where you can find hundreds of episodes of conversations that matter to the future. I hope you can also leave a positive review on iTunes or in your favorite podcast player--it really matters to the future of this podcast. If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 120, Regenerative Medicine, episode 100, The Future of Medicine is Invisible, or episode 17, Pandemic Aftermath: Introduction. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners.   Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org. The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim, videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan, and podcast marketer Nahin Israfil Hossain. Please share this show with those you care about. To find us on social media is easy, we are Futurized on LinkedIn and YouTube and Futurized2 on Instagram and Twitter: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurized2/ Twitter (@Futurized2): https://twitter.com/Futurized2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Futurized-102998138625787 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/futurized YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Futurized Podcast RSS: https://feed.podbean.com/www.futurized.co/feed.xml See you next time. Futurized—conversations that matter.

Living Corporate
Talking Equity and HealthTech with Doximity (w/ Félix Manuel Chinea, MD)

Living Corporate

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2021 40:48


Zach sits down with Félix Manuel Chinea, MD, the head of DEI at Doximity, to talk about the intersection of health, equity, and tech. Want to know more about our LinkedIn Learning courses? Check them out! https://bit.ly/3k4havy You can connect with Félix on LinkedIn and Twitter. https://bit.ly/3bVhARd https://bit.ly/303jBYP Find out more about Doximity on their website. https://bit.ly/3HgFG7B Check out Living Corporate's merch! https://bit.ly/375rFbY Interested in supporting Living Corporate? Check out our Support page. https://bit.ly/3egO3Dk

Beyond the Uniform
BTU #411 - Air Force to Health Tech Startup President (Kit Kieling @ Orderly Health)

Beyond the Uniform

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2021 44:53


Why Listen: Today's conversation is dense in terms of the amount of wisdom per square second. I've known Ken for a while now, and it was great hearing more about his story. I respect his vulnerability and authenticity in sharing how he navigated multiple times in his career in life. Things didn't work out the way that he thought they would. One example is his work in the ICU in Afghanistan and Iraq that changed his view about medicine and realizing that that path wasn't what he wanted to do. And he goes from there to consulting and then becomes a senior at a rapidly growing startup. It just shows that you can adapt and overcome. He talks about hiring, managing a remote workforce, and so many great things.  About Kit: Kit Kieling is the President, COO, and Co-Founder of Orderly Health. Orderly Health is on a mission to make sure patients have access to the most up-to-date information about healthcare providers. Through proprietary algorithms of machine learning, Orderly Health improves the accuracy of provider directories and the overall interoperability of data for payers and providers. Kitt started at the Air Force Academy and earned his MD from the Oregon Health and Science University. He served as the Pediatric ICU Director in Iraq and Afghanistan. He has also worked as a Consultant at McKinsey & Company in addition to multiple medical positions before his time at Orderly Health.

Spark from CBC Radio
523: Mental Health Tech

Spark from CBC Radio

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2021 54:07


A look at the boom in mental health tech and the limits to fixing mental health gaps. And, how we can design mental health tech tools that work for underserved and marginalized populations?

Futurized
Cultural Agility

Futurized

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2021 48:40


Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. I'm your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity. Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Futurized—conversations that matter. In episode 124 of the podcast, the topic is: Cultural Agility. Our guest is Paula Caligiuri, D'Amore-McKim School of Business, Northeastern University, author of Build Your Cultural Agility: The Nine Competencies of Successful Global Professionals. After listening to the episode, check out: Paula Caligiuri (@PaulaCaligiuri): https://damore-mckim.northeastern.edu/people/paula-caligiuri/  Build Your Cultural Agility: The Nine Competencies of Successful Global Professionals: https://www.koganpage.com/product/build-your-cultural-agility-9781789666595  In this conversation, they talk about Remote Cultural Agility in a Globalized World during COVID-19. How do you acquire cultural agility? How does it translate to the online world or to the hybrid future of work? There are lessons for both expatriate management, global leadership development, and self-help. If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in. The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future. Before you do anything else, make sure you are subscribed to our newsletter on Futurized.org, where you can find hundreds of episodes of conversations that matter to the future. I hope you can also leave a positive review on iTunes or in your favorite podcast player--it really matters to the future of this podcast. Thanks so much, let's begin. You have just listened to episode 124 of the Futurized podcast, with host Trond Arne Undheim, futurist and author. If you are interested in Trond's products or services, feel free to check out Futurized.org/store, where you can book a keynote speech, become a sponsor or partner, request a podcast swap, or buy a few of Trond's books, such as Health Tech, Future Tech, Pandemic Aftermath, Disruption Games or Leadership From Below. If you are interested in all of Trond's projects, check out his website, Trondundheim.com which has links to his other podcasts as well as his public appearances. In this conversation, we talked about how to be culturally agile as we are already living in a hybrid future of work. Trond's takeaway: my takeaway is that being a successful global professionals is not easy. You have to master self-management including tolerance and resilience, you need to be competent at building relationships and you need to manage cultural adaptation to new realities around you. Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars. If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode113, Tech in Tomorrow's Learning Organizations, episode 94, Workforce, Humanity, and Future Tech, or episode 66, The Serendipity of Social Innovation. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners. Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org. The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim, videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan, and podcast marketer Nahin Israfil Hossain. Please share this show with those you care about. To find us on social media is easy, we are Futurized on LinkedIn and YouTube and Futurized2 on Instagram and Twitter: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurized2/ Twitter (@Futurized2): https://twitter.com/Futurized2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Futurized-102998138625787 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/futurized YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Futurized Podcast RSS: https://feed.podbean.com/www.futurized.co/feed.xml See you next time. Futurized—conversations that matter.

Better Product
Big Data & 'Enlightenment As A Product' In The Age Of Health Tech

Better Product

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 25:44


We're kicking off our latest series on Health Tech by exploring the rise of Big Data, wearable tech, and what it means to be “enlightened” by a product.  Often, enlightenment is understood in a spiritual sense; in the age of wearable health tech and personalized digital products, enlightenment is emerging by empowering users with real-time information about their health. Of course, there's a catch. With more visibility also comes more risk, and product leaders have to consider how their products impact how a person responds to health issues.   Christian & Meghan explore these themes and more in our Health Tech series kick-off ahead of episodes featuring the leaders behind innovative health products, including:  Aagya Mathur, co-founder & CEO of Aavia, a hormone health brand David Flinner, co-founder of the glucose monitoring app Levels Elizabeth Burstein, CEO & co-founder of the virtual neurology clinic Neura Health that helps users manage chronic headaches and migraines Frank Bach, a lead product designer at the widely popular mindfulness app Headspace

Via Oral
Tomou? EP 86: Médicos Gostam... Reps? Eventos Virtuais? Email Mkt?

Via Oral

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 9:23


Que tal conhecer mais sobre o novo game para médicos da Lilly e Boehringer?Amazon Alexa nos hospitais, auxiliando a equipe de enfermagem - gostou?Estudo publicado no BMJ fala sobre aumento de buscas por saúde digital e para finalizar mais um estudo da Sermo com médicos sobre interação, educação médica continuada e comunicação personalizada.Todas as segundas!Acesse o Site Aqui ouhttp://bit.ly/Tomou86

The TypA Podcast - For & About Impact Entrepreneurs
Episode 51: Efficient, effective and empowering; setting a new standard for women's health tech with Amy Divaraniya - PhD & Founder, Oova

The TypA Podcast - For & About Impact Entrepreneurs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 46:48


Amy Divaraniya is the founder of Oova, a women's health tech company that is responsible for inventing the first fertility translator. With a PhD in the medical field, Amy never wanted to be an entrepreneur but ended up creating a company and product that is setting a new standard for women's health.   Oova is a test that monitors multiple hormones through urine and tracks the data over time. Clinician approved and completely personalized, Oova is giving women the power to be their own advocate.   In our conversation we discuss: Amy's journey and why we need to normalize conversations around fertility Why it took 3 years to develop a product that was not a bandaid solution, unlike other products available on the market today Her experiences raising VC money And why trusting your vision will get you far as a founder   Amy and Oova are taking the women's health tech space by storm. With plans for new products and growth in the near future, her definition of success isn't about profit margins but rather how she can truly help women take control of their health at every stage of life.   Connect with Amy:   https://oova.life   https://instagram.com/oovalife?utm_medium=copy_link   Our intro theme song is “Pico & Westwood” by Esbie Fonte. Check her out here: https://www.esbiefonte.com/

After Animals Podcast
The Breakthrough Technology We Can Use Instead of Animal Experiments - NETRI's Thibault Honegger

After Animals Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 61:19


Can tiny, lab-made replicas of the human brain FINALLY lead us to cure devastating illnesses such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, and brain cancer? NETRI is a fast-rising French biotech startup that believes they absolutely can... while also eliminating costly, often inaccurate animal experiments along the way. Founded in 2018, NETRI has already grown to 30 staff globally, boasting a handful of organ-on-a-chip technology patents, including their flagship technology: brain-on-a-chip. Excitingly, NETRI works hand in hand with major clients and partners across the cosmetic, pharmaceutical, and medical industries to advance these giant industries towards a better future of health for us all. So we are thrilled to share this episode featuring Thibault Honeggar, CEO and Co-Founder of NETRI, to give us the scoop on their trailblazing work. In this fascinating and engaging interview, you'll learn all you need to know about brain-on-a-chip: the tiny technology that will have a huge impact on the future of brain health.NETRI website: https://netri.fr/about/ Support the show (https://www.afteranimals.com/support-us)

The No Normal Show by ReviveHealth
Revive's rundown on HLTH 2021

The No Normal Show by ReviveHealth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 34:51


TakeawaysGetting a feel for HLTH 2021Revive's Gale Pryor and Brennan Mason joined our team on The No Normal Show to share their takeaways from this year's HLTH conference in Boston, Massachusetts.The purpose of the event is to bring everyone in the health ecosystem to reimagine healthcare delivery. Brennan and Gale found that the ecosystem has more players than ever.A good mix of organizations attended, including Amazon, AARP, Fidelity, AHA, IBM Watson, Maven, Philips, ResMed, Teladoc, Verizon, Vertex, CVS, Walmart, Zoom, Optum, Oak, Cigna, Aetna, Humana, and the Blues+.HLTH orchestrated an indoor event of 6000+ attendees while ensuring that everyone in attendance was vaccinated or had tested negative within the last 72 hours of the conference. They made COVID-19 testing accessible in the lobby. The reinvention of primary care Primary care is attracting heated discussions because many of the core themes in healthcare transformation are coming together in primary care.Amazon Care is expanding its virtual and hybrid primary care service beyond its employees, offering other employers a covered benefit in selected cities.UnitedHealth is rolling out a virtual-first primary care product, NavigateNow, to select employers with self-funded plans in nine markets, expanding to 25 markets by the end of 2022.Primary care is a strangely heated space. This year, Rushika Fernadopulle of Iora Health clashed with serial entrepreneur Adrian Aoun of Forward about tech-based primary care. Adrian equated the entrance of pharmacy retailers to "wanting an iPhone and being sold a Motorola."Our hosts found that Adrian came across as disconnected from the reality of primary care and that retailers like Walgreens, CVS, and Walmart have advantages like a massive physical presence, logistical network, longitudinal understanding of consumers, and high net promoter scores. Digital health, of course Digital health has always been the focus of HLTH, but this year was less about an incoming digital revolution and more about the ways different players collaborate and integrate solutions.Walmart Health put it well: It's not just about going digital; it's about having different mechanisms for different consumer preferences.Hybrid care was widely recognized as a critical element in appealing to consumer preferences and building trust.Much of the conversation was focused on chronic care management and wellness, with Noom, Thirty Madison, Big Health, and Everly Health all present. The goal of digital tools in this space is to become a reimbursed benefit.If healthcare delivery wants to transform healthcare delivery, organizations need to take the lead. To lead healthcare delivery, organizations need to change their business model from a pipeline to a platform where all players can connect to your health system.Plans + employers + digital health As employers take a more proactive role in workforce health, plans seem to be reinventing care delivery using digital health and the workplace to do it. As Divya Paliwal, Chief Clinical Transformation Officer of Horizon BCBS said, "How can we use these dollars better than shelling out to a hospital ED or ICU?"The drivers of the growth in digital health are plans and employers. And employers are moving away from PPO, and high deductible plans to incent healthy behaviors – the key focus of digital health tools.In a world of remote work, benefit offerings become even more important. When features of physical workspace become irrelevant, benefits are essential in recruiting and retention.Employers are certainly stepping up to improve access to health solutions through employee benefits, but this only intensifies the division between the "haves" and "have nots" by excluding small businesses and the unemployed.

Relentless Health Value
EP342: How the Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA) and ERISA Fiduciary Requirements Are an Anchor for Self-insured Employers to Navigate the Complexity of Healthcare, With Christin Deacon

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 36:38


This episode's conversation is about the new Consolidated Appropriations Act (CAA), the fee disclosure part of it, as well as ERISA and the fiduciary responsibility that self-insured employers are responsible to comply with under the law. Don't worry, the first thing my guest in this healthcare podcast, Christin Deacon, does is explain these terms, what they actually mean, and how they can be a tool actually in CEOs' or CFOs' toolboxes to get access to the employer's own claims data, which is a linchpin here that we'll talk about in a sec. But suffice to say here that the ERISA fiduciary responsibility has a few provisions and, in general, self-insured employer health plan administrators kind of tend to off-load worrying about these provisions to their brokers and consultants. The problem with this is that brokers and consultants do not bear the ERISA fiduciary responsibility. They do not bear the responsibility of complying with the CAA either. The employer does. You'd think that, given this, more self-insured employers would dig in hard to do their own due diligence to check whether or not their plan is compliant. But they don't. I asked Parker Edman from Leavitt Partners why, and he said he thought that it's likely a combination of the “old boy's network” and a fear of the massive lift that switching up plan designs or even looking at this might entail. But here's another facet: There's a contingent of plan advisors and carriers who have a very vested interest in self-insured employers not knowing what's going on with their spend. And they actually even have a magic trick that they have developed to beat back inquiries. In this magic trick, HIPAA is the abracadabra. Let me give you an example role-play. Self-insured employer: I need my claims data. Carrier: HIPAA. Self-insured employer: Nooo, not the HIPAA. I stand down. Forget I mentioned it. Here's a pro tip: Actually read HIPAA. Pull it up on your computer. It's easy to find. Spoiler alert: You know what you'll discover? Ninety percent of it is a love note to the carriers themselves that govern the data they must possess and the structure of that data. Ten percent of it is about the privacy of that data, and in that 10%, it specifies clearly that a self-insured employer is a covered entity and, therefore, falls under the umbrella of who can have access to claims data, especially if it is deidentified. Of course, said employer has obligations as to how to treat that data, but yeah, just don't be fooled by the HIPAA when it's wielded like sorcery. The only reason that word has any power is because so many C-suites let it have power. Also now, there's some provisions in the Consolidated Appropriations Act, the CAA (which was passed in 2020), which really ups the ante here. My guest, Christin Deacon, explains all of this and more, including what's up with the CAA, which is good because I could barely remember the name of it throughout the course of this interview. Christin Deacon is a healthcare leader and public-sector entrepreneur. She is a former deputy attorney general, a “recovering attorney” as she calls herself. Earlier this year, 2021, she left her role running the state health and school health benefits plan for about 800,000 New Jersey public employees. Now, she's just transitioned to the private sector where she serves as an executive VP at 4C Health Solutions. You can learn more by emailing Christin at cdeacon@4chealthsolutions.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn.   Christin Deacon is a healthcare thought leader who brings with her a wealth of experience in both public and private sector. Driven by her passion to change the healthcare system to truly benefit patients and payers, she focuses on bringing solutions and agency to self-funded and government-sponsored health plans.     04:10 What is ERISA, and what does it stand for? 05:40 What is a fiduciary obligation for an employer? 08:18 “We're now at a point of spending 17.7% of our GDP on healthcare costs.” 09:39 “You absolutely have the keys to … controlling that spend.” 13:35 “You have to own your data.” 15:04 “If you don't have your claims data, how do you know you're paying reasonable fees?” 15:31 “If your carrier is telling you, ‘Oh, HIPAA … you can't look at your data,' you need to pull out that red BS card.” 16:25 How do employers navigate carriers refusing to share claims data? 21:36 “It has only as much teeth as the self-funded employer is … willing to learn about it and … willing to push back.” 22:22 “This is not aspirational; this is an absolute floor.” 24:11 “What does value mean?” 27:41 “Become familiar with HIPAA beyond just the privacy piece.” 29:30 “At the end of the day, it's about people.” 29:38 “If you're not paying reasonable fees, you're using plan assets to enrich others.” 32:21 “The self-insured market … they hold the keys to unlocking value. And they're holding them; they just have to use them.” 34:10 Marshall Allen's new book. You can learn more by emailing Christin at cdeacon@4chealthsolutions.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn. @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is ERISA, and what does it stand for? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth What is a fiduciary obligation for an employer? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “We're now at a point of spending 17.7% of our GDP on healthcare costs.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You absolutely have the keys to … controlling that spend.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “You have to own your data.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you don't have your claims data, how do you know you're paying reasonable fees?” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If your carrier is telling you, ‘Oh, HIPAA … you can't look at your data,' you need to pull out that red BS card.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How do employers navigate carriers refusing to share claims data? @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It has only as much teeth as the self-funded employer is … willing to learn about it and … willing to push back.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “This is not aspirational; this is an absolute floor.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “What does value mean?” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Become familiar with HIPAA beyond just the privacy piece.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “At the end of the day, it's about people.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If you're not paying reasonable fees, you're using plan assets to enrich others.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “The self-insured market … they hold the keys to unlocking value. And they're holding them; they just have to use them.” @deacon_christin of @4CHealth discusses the #CAA and #ERISA for #selfinsured #employers on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Gary Campbell, Kristin Begley, David Contorno (AEE17), David Contorno (EP339), Nikki King, Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis, Dr Arshad Rahim, Dr Monica Lypson, Dr Rich Klasco, Dr David Carmouche (AEE15), Christian Milaster

Via Oral
Mundipharma Uma Empresa Global

Via Oral

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 27:17


Neste episódio eu recebi o Carlos Grzelak que há mais de 20 anos se dedica a indústria da saúde com passagens pela Lilly, Pfizer, Chiesi, Glenmark, Emcure e agora Mundipharma, uma empresa com sede em Londres e que no Brasil atua com Oftalmologia, Oncologia e Dor.Falamos sobre o atual momento da empresa e as expectativas dele para o Brasil e o futuro da Indústria da Saúde.#viaoral

StartUp Health NOW Podcast
From Journalist to HealthTech Investor: Chrissy Farr, OMERS Ventures

StartUp Health NOW Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 54:02


This week on the podcast we sat down with Chrissy Farr, a HealthTech Investor at OMERS Ventures, where she focuses on women's health and behavioral health. In this interactive chat, Chrissy talked about her priorities for the remainder of the year, including focus areas of women's and behavioral health, as well as her experience making the change from being a full time journalist covering the health-tech beat at major publications like CNBC and Fast Company, to a venture capitalist, and how that has impacted her view on company storytelling. She also gave the inside scoop on OMERS Ventures and how to position yourself to get on her, and the broader company's, radar. Entrepreneurs: How to get investment from StartUp Health startuphealth.com Investors: How to invest in StartUp Health Moonshots healthmoonshots.com Want more content like this? You can subscribe to the podcast as well as other health innovation updates at startuphealth.com/content. Sign up for StartUp Health Insider™ to get funding insights, news, and special updates delivered to your inbox.

Futurized
The Future of Marketing is Curation

Futurized

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 63:14


Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. I'm your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity. Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Futurized—conversations that matter. In episode 112 of the podcast, the topic is: The Future of Marketing is Curation. Our guest is Professor Michael R. Solomon, Ph.D, Saint Joseph's University, author of the book The New Chameleons: How to Connect with Consumers Who Defy Categorization. After listening to the episode, check out: Michael R. Solomon: https://www.michaelsolomon.com/ The New Chameleons: How to Connect with Consumers Who Defy Categorization: https://www.koganpage.com/product/the-new-chameleons-9781398600041  In this conversation, we talk about the future of consumerism and shopping, what objects mean to us and how that's changing. We discuss the postmodern consumer and the fact that traditional ways to categorize consumers is not helpful anymore. If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in. The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future. Before you do anything else, make sure you are subscribed to our newsletter on Futurized.org, where you can find hundreds of episodes of conversations that matter to the future. I hope you can also leave a positive review on iTunes or in your favorite podcast player--it really matters to the future of this podcast.   You have just listened to episode 112 of the Futurized podcast, with host Trond Arne Undheim, futurist and author. If you are interested in Trond's products or services, feel free to check out Futurized.org/store, where you can book a keynote speech, become a sponsor or partner, request a podcast swap, or buy a few of Trond's books, such as Health Tech, Future Tech, Pandemic Aftermath, Disruption Games or Leadership From Below. If you are interested in all of Trond's projects, check out his website, Trondundheim.com which has links to his other podcasts as well as his public appearances. The topic was: The Future of Marketing is Curation In this conversation, we talked about the postmodern consumer who defies categorization. Trond's takeaway: Consumption is such a key part of contemporary society, yet so misunderstood. We all do it, so we all think we know why. This is not the case. Retailers are getting much better at personalized targeting, yet they also fail to predict consumer sentiment again and again, both short term and long term. Why? Because society is more complex than that. I'm glad it is. Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars. If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 107, The Future of Art and Tech, episode 78, The Next Generation Marketplaces, or episode 52, The Future of Peer-to-Peer. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners. Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org. The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim, videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan, and podcast marketer Nahin Israfil Hossain. Please share this show with those you care about. To find us on social media is easy, we are Futurized on LinkedIn and YouTube and Futurized2 on Instagram and Twitter: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurized2/ Twitter (@Futurized2): https://twitter.com/Futurized2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Futurized-102998138625787 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/futurized YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Futurized Podcast RSS: https://feed.podbean.com/www.futurized.co/feed.xml See you next time. Futurized—conversations that matter.

Via Oral
Tomou? EP 85: Menoculture: A cultura da menopausa

Via Oral

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 9:00


A cultura das empresas de soluções para menopausa, Menoculture!No episódio de hoje falamos do frutos do mar a base de planta da Nestlé e da cultura Coreana no Ocidente.Eu falei de algumas empresas de Menoculture, Kindra, Stella e Nurx, além da série Bombay Begums - você precisa conhecê-las!CVS quer ser o seu HUB da saúde assim como a Raia Drogasil com a Vitat que você ouvirá no Via Oral.Para finalizar, os novos rótulos que trazem o tema sustentabilidade nos produtos de beleza. Como a Farma implementa o conceito nos seus produtos?Acesse o Site Aqui ouhttps://bit.ly/TomouEP85Todas as segundas!

Analytics Exchange: Podcasts from SAS
The Health Pulse S2E1: Improving Health Equity and Health Outcomes with Analytics

Analytics Exchange: Podcasts from SAS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 21:31


On this episode host Greg Horne interviews David Rhew, M.D., Global Chief Medical Officer & VP of Healthcare for Microsoft, on the role of technology in health care. Dr. Rhew, who has a background in infectious disease management, observed early in his career that evidence-based practices often lead to better health outcomes, but they aren't adhered to consistently. From there he set out on a digital transformation journey that quickly brought him into health tech and eventually Microsoft. Dr. Rhew and Greg discuss the role of technology in delivering the right information at the right time to improve patient experience and outcomes. For example, in one cardiac rehab program where patients were offered the option to participation digitally, completion rate jumped from 40 to 80 percent and 30-day hospital readmissions dropped from 12 percent to less than 1 percent. Quite simply, making things easier for patients improves care and reduces costs. According to Dr. Rhew, the next horizon in health care will be around making data more interoperable so that the industry can bring it into a common platform and analyze it to drive actionable insights that improve care. And, Dr. Rhew leaves us with his parting thoughts on technology's capacity to improve health equity and access.A transcript of this episode can be found here. 

GrowthCap Insights
HealthTech's Missing Link: Innovaccer CEO Abhinav Shashank

GrowthCap Insights

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 13, 2021 16:11


In this episode we chat with Innovaccer Co-founder and CEO, Abhinav Shashank, who shares his insights on how he built a global company from scratch, the power of having access to India's engineering talent, and how his investors have played a key role in helping the company scale.   Innovaccer simplifies complex data from all points of care.  It streamlines information helping healthcare organizations make better decisions based on key data insights and predictions. The company's solutions have been deployed across more than 1,000 care settings in the U.S., enabling more than 37,000 providers to transform care delivery and work collaboratively with payers and life sciences companies. We hope you enjoy the show.

This Week in Health Tech
How to Improve Patient Safety with End to End (E2E) Systems Monitoring

This Week in Health Tech

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 47:12


In this episode of This Week in Health Tech, Vik and Jimmy discuss healthcare systems monitoring and integration. In today's healthcare, we are still dependant on users to identify and report system issues. This is a big patient safety issue. Vik explains the issue in detail using an example. Patient arrives in emergency department, and based on the patient state, physician orders few different tests. In this case, physician orders lab, cardiology, and radiology tests. Lab and Cardio tests are processed successfully, and are visible to the users in those respective departments. PACS system however is experiencing some issue, and even though the order messages were received successfully through the interface, the orders still did not show up in the PACS system. So after close to an hour, the emergency department calls up radiology to find out the status of the tests and when the procedure will be done. This is when PACS admin or user realizes that there might be an issue and they will contact IT department or open a task using online task reporting system. This is when the IT help desk contact integration analyst to look into the issue, but this example show the reliance on manual intervention to find system issues is very risky and could lead to adverse patient events.This is where end to end systems monitoring comes into place. If the health system did have end to end systems monitoring in place, the active monitoring would have detected the exact location of the fault and cut down time to find and diagnose system issues. Plus it prevents reliance on users to report issue. With digital transformation number of systems and applications will continue to increase, and CIOs-CMIOS should really consider active monitoring to improve patient safety and prevent unscheduled downtimes. It is about being active instead of being reactive when dealing w/ system issues.Also, with Tido's Systems end to end monitoring, it does not stop at flagging and diagnosing the issue, but there is also well defined notifications mechanism to alert the appropriate staff members of a system issue. Jimmy asks the question, why health systems have not considered this until now? Vik explains that EHR and more electronic systems have been implemented everywhere only in the last 10-15 years. Plus applications have matured and reliance on electronic systems in health systems has increased and it will continue to increase. So it is the right timing now to implement active end to end systems monitoring. Vik then explains the end to end systems monitoring architecture and software: how it works with interface engine and EHR and downstream systems. There is also significant ROI from using automated end to end systems monitoring. All the time saved by staff members not spending their time dealing with system issues and instead of focusing on patient care is huge savings for a health system. Plus it improves patient outcomes. Tido has a deal for 6 months free end to end systems monitoring for health systems. Claim this deal by visiting tidoinc.com: https://tidoinc.com/contact-tido-inc/ and include E2E in your message. Tido's solution uses Microsoft Azure cloud for end to end systems monitoring.  Website: http://www.thisweekinhealthtech.comTwitter: @TWIHT1Tido Inc.: https://www.tidoinc.com/Music Provided by Soundstripe.comLinkedin: Vik PatelLinkedin: Jimmy KimSupport the show (http://www.thisweekinhealthtech.com/)Support the show (http://www.thisweekinhealthtech.com/)

Small Biz Insider
Ep 44: Health Tech Startup Strives to Ease Access to Some of the Hardest Conversations

Small Biz Insider

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 19:40


Koda Health co-founder and CEO Dr. Tatiana Fofanova talks about the health tech startup's AI-powered platform to guide conversations around advanced care and end-of-life care planning.

Studio CMO
062 | Integrating B2B and B2C Marketing under Your HealthTech Roof | Jackie Vinyard | Debbie Fimple | Priya Kindara | Studio CMO

Studio CMO

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 30:21


More and more HealthTech companies must support both B2B and B2C marketing efforts to meet the needs of their end customers. Companies must sway the minds and habits of medical professionals. Sometimes, the most efficient way to do so is to educate the patients so they, in turn, pique the curiosity of the doctors. At other times, both doctors and patients must be exposed to new research and solutions. Addressing both is the most expeditious way to succeed. To view a transcript of this episode, click here. About Our Guests Jackie Vinyard joined Kindara, the parent company of Priya, after hearing the CEO speak at an event. Her passion for working with those struggling with infertility lights up the room wherever she is. She has invested her career in fitness and women's health at companies like Telespine before joining Kindara. She runs the B2C marketing efforts. Debbie Fimple runs marketing on Priya's B2B side. She is an in-demand communicator with experience in B2B and B2C marketing in professional services, healthcare, and public sector industries including a stint at the Colorado Department of Healthcare Policy. Resources Mentioned on this Episode For webinar resources, check out this article and this podcast episode. The eBook, How to Not Waste Another Month While Trying to Conceive, grew out of one of their more successful webinars. Check out their gated resource here. Get Closer to Your HealthTech Buyers by Getting Rid of Technology Bias Is the Enterprise Healthcare Buyer Set up to Win on Your Website? The Complete SEO Guide for B2B Tech Marketing

TechCheck
Bullish on Square, How to Fix Facebook & Abbott Laboratories CEO Talks Health Tech

TechCheck

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 42:29


Our anchors start off the show with CNBC's Mike Santoli as the market rallies this morning. Then, Jefferies Analyst Trevor Williams is here to talk why he is bullish on Square. Next, we have NZS Capital Co-Founder Brad Slingerlend to discuss some of his picks in cloud, social media and cybersecurity. Later, New York Times Tech Reporter Shira Ovide joins to share ideas from her latest column “How to Fix Facebook” as the company faces backlash from lawmakers and whistleblower Frances Haugen. Plus, Abbott Laboratories CEO Robert Ford joins to discuss the company and the health tech space at large. Then, CNBC's Yasmin Khorram is here with an update on the Elizabeth Holmes trial. And later, CNBC's Phil LeBeau previews Tesla's annual shareholder meeting slated for later today.

Relentless Health Value
EP340: How Digital Front Doors Can Enable Value-Based Care, With Kristin Begley

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 32:06


There's a next generation of digital front doors being created that open up to a patient/member experience that folds in payer, provider, and employer data—plus behavioral data the patient themselves generates when they browse through content in there. Because that's what it takes for a so-called personalized experience or patient journey to ensue. This is what I'm talking about in this healthcare podcast with Kristin Begley, PharmD. In an ideal world, you'd have, for example, a member/patient/customer who goes to their doctor and is handed a tablet to fill out an intake form. When they hit submit, they get access to a digital front door that leads to a vast Web portal inhabited by the doctor as well as the patient's payer and their employer. This personalized Web portal then knows this patient has asthma and is nonadherent to their maintenance medication and is using their rescue med a lot, because it's in the payer PBM (pharmacy benefit manager) data. The portal also knows the patient is searching a lot on content like what to do when you have a terrible asthma attack. Further, the portal knows that the patient's current doctor visit, the one where they're filling out the intake form, is about a respiratory chief complaint, because it's in the doctor data and also on that intake form, which, by the way, was immediately uploaded with structured insights available to all parties sharing the portal data. Now, everybody who needs to know knows this patient is at obvious rising risk. What can happen now? Lots of things. Because the portal knows what's included in the patient's benefit plan, there can be a proactive reach-out to get that patient into an available whole longitudinal program before they wind up in the ER. Maybe that's a point solution. Maybe that's a high-quality doctor offering a bundle. Which leads me to the whole value-based care part of this. Front doors are not only for patients to get steered to the best provider—maybe one with a value-based arrangement—but also, in a way, a front door for providers and payers to work together. A portal can be the “hub,” if you will, the shared neutral interoperable space for all the parties who need to share space for their value-based arrangement to work out. In fact, some of these portals are taking on risk themselves. Like, you guys all use our portal for your value-based arrangements, and we'll guarantee this level of performance in those arrangements. Portals sharing risk and taking upside becomes even more relevant when the portal comes with its own network of existing provider users, for example—provider users who want to be paid for value and also with EHR (electronic health record) data and direct access and influence over patient care. It's the old network effect. But besides helping make sure the patient gets the right care at the right time, digital front doors also have the potential to ease patient administrative burden. While there's lots of well-placed attention on affordability, patient administrative burden means delayed or foregone care. That's as per a new study by Michael Anne Kyle, PhD, and Austin Frakt, PhD. Kristin Begley is chief commercial officer at Wildflower Health right now, but she started out as a pharmacist before she defected to the business world. She has spent time in the pharmacy space with big companies and small companies before transitioning into the value-based, risk-based world. She's now at Wildflower leading sales and account management, and she knows a whole lot about digital front doors. You can learn more at wildflowerhealth.com.   Kristin Begley, PharmD, is a proven leader in the healthcare space with 20 years of experience in health information technology and the pharmaceutical supply chain, focusing on innovative solutions and software. She currently serves as the chief commercial officer of Wildflower Health, a modular digital-enablement care company that activates women and their families within the healthcare ecosystem. Wildflower's software, hardware, and humanware amplify and personalize available resources to women, breaking down silos of care between payers and clinicians while fueling the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care. Wildflower supports the whole person by helping clinicians address both clinical and social determinants of health needs and empowering women to confidently navigate and access care for the family.  Kristin is a founding member of All Tru Health, a consulting organization dedicated to improving quality and lowering healthcare costs for Americans, with an emphasis on emerging technology and high-value clinical care. She also served as the chief commercial officer at EmpiRx Health, a pharmacy care manager with a model rooted in payer alignment through at-risk management and concierge service. Prior to that, Kristin was the chief pharmacy officer of Truveris, a healthcare technology company that sheds light on the inner workings of the pharmaceutical supply chain, serving all segments, including consumers. She also led Hewitt's national pharmacy practice, where she managed Rx benefit strategy for Fortune 500 employers. Kristin holds a doctor of pharmacy degree from Samford University. 04:20 What do we mean by “digital front door” in healthcare? 05:27 “In healthcare, the next generation of digital front door is connecting all those stakeholders that try to help patients stay healthier.” 06:20 “What we're trying to migrate to is … walk into any front door.” 07:24 Why is engagement the hardest part? 10:24 “Are they digital providers … or are they healthcare providers?” 12:25 “When we live in a capitalistic healthcare system, we all have a price tag on our head.” 14:01 “How will providers and payers ever be successful in value-based care if we don't have activated, educated, motivated patients?” 16:36 “I don't know how … we succeed in value-based care without having … personalized content for everyone.” 18:24 “What does a consumer want?” 26:52 How does Wildflower Health achieve their value-based care network effect? 29:54 What do stakeholders want relative to value-based care? You can learn more at wildflowerhealth.com.   Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare What do we mean by “digital front door” in healthcare? Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare “In healthcare, the next generation of digital front door is connecting all those stakeholders that try to help patients stay healthier.” Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare “What we're trying to migrate to is … walk into any front door.” Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare Why is engagement the hardest part? Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare “Are they digital providers … or are they healthcare providers?” Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare “When we live in a capitalistic healthcare system, we all have a price tag on our head.” Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare “How will providers and payers ever be successful in value-based care if we don't have activated, educated, motivated patients?” Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare “I don't know how … we succeed in value-based care without having … personalized content for everyone.” Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare “What does a consumer want?” Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare What do stakeholders want relative to value-based care? Kristin Begley of @wildflowerhlth discusses #digitalhealth and #vbc on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #valuebasedcare Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! David Contorno (AEE17), David Contorno (EP339), Nikki King, Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis, Dr Arshad Rahim, Dr Monica Lypson, Dr Rich Klasco, Dr David Carmouche (AEE15), Christian Milaster, Dr Grace Terrell, Troy Larsgard  

Meet the Mentor with Dr. Bill Dorfman
Meet the Mentor™ Rewind with Michael Savvides

Meet the Mentor with Dr. Bill Dorfman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 27:27


Michael Savvides is a South African born Tech-Entrepreneur, and Operational Process + Logistics Advisor. With a background that includes co-founding both ParkUpp and Untapped Space start-up business, one in Property-Technology and the other being an Out of Home media advertising, gaining a significant amount of unique Startup learnings and experience in Africa. Holding a strong passion for building business in the tech space, with a genuine interest focused on the health of the body and more so the mind, which has given rise to his latest Health-Tech startup, Compound Health.  Having worked for Maersk, a global fortune 500 organization, Michael has had the opportunity to live and work in different countries and cities around the world with people from different cultures and backgrounds. Michael believes in the power of human capital and the bravery that comes in being a mindful leader within tech and operations. As a thought leader influencing within an organization and its people, it is his ambition and bravery that can be felt by the people around him with the intention of encouraging those around him to find their own resiliency to create transformation in the business and their own lives. Michael is the Chapter Director for Startup of Grind West LA, the largest global community of startups. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

AHLA's Speaking of Health Law
Being a Health-Tech GC During the Pandemic

AHLA's Speaking of Health Law

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 24:20


General counsel have played a much greater leadership role than ever before in response to the pandemic. Nancy Reiner, Partner, Major, Lindsey & Africa, speaks with Blaire Bernard, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Iora Health, about her experiences as a health-tech general counsel during the pandemic. They discuss how risk was managed, how governance structures were organized to navigate decision making challenges, and how businesses can prepare themselves for future crises. They also discuss how general counsel can operate in a resilient and human-focused way while encouraging positive and smarter change, and Blaire talks about some of the next big health-tech trends facing general counsel. Sponsored by Major, Lindsey & Africa.

Via Oral
Wilson Borges: 40 Anos de Dedicação

Via Oral

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 39:13


São 40 anos se dedicando a indústria da saúde, Wilson Borges agora CEO da MDHealth, empresa de educação médica independente da América Latina que recebeu aporte de um grupo de empreendedores no valor de R$ 20 milhões.Wilson é ex-jogador de futebol profissional e profissional da indústria farmacêutica que passou por grandes empresas como, Natulab, Pfizer, Roche, Wyeth e tantas outras.#viaoral

Via Oral
Tomou? EP 84: Amazon: Democratizou?

Via Oral

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 11:03


Podcast está em alta diz o novo relatório da Kantar Ibope Media, outro relatório da Fierce Pharma revela as 11 indústrias com melhor aproveitamento de P&D.Conheça o Inhaler Tales, site que alerta profissionais da saúde sobre o uso errado de inaladores para asma com a Buffy, a vampira e o Stand Up To Cancer que usa do Hip Hop para convencer as comunidades negras e latinas ao diagnóstico precoce do câncer de cólon.Para finalizar, Amazon revela seus segredos para democratizar a saúde com o Halo View, Alexa Together, Astro, Amazon Pharmacy e PillPack.Todas as segundas!Acesse o Site Aqui ouhttp://bit.ly/tomouep84

Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business
#39: BIMA (Milvik) - How the HealthTech company is providing insurance & medical services across emerging markets

Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 3, 2021 117:09


Overview: Today, we're going to talk about BIMA - the HealthTech insurance company. We'll explore BIMA's story across 6 areas: African Health care status & context Helium Health founding and early history Fundraising & Growth Product & monetization strategy Competitive positioning & potential exit options Overall outlook. This episode was recorded on Oct 3, 2021 Companies discussed: BIMA (Milvik), Kinnevik, LeapFrog investments, Allianz X (Allianz Group), Millicom, Digicel, China CreditEase, Jamii, M-Tiba, BlueWave, MicroEnsure & Gates Foundation Business concepts discussed: HealthTech (Healthcare technology), InsurTech (Insurance Technology), Telco partnership, geographical expansion & Health policy Conversation highlights: (00:45) - Why we're talking about BIMA Health (05:15) - African Health care context (05:58) - Insurance context in Africa (28:58) - Founder background - Gustaf Agartson (35:40) - Fundraising and early growth (45:10) - BIMA Health traction- markets, users, etc (49:50) - Product , go-to-market and monetization strategy (1:05:38) - Geographical expansion (1:07:36) - Competition and options for exits, M&A (1:29:52) - Olumide's overall thoughts and outlook (1:37:05) - Bankole's overall thoughts and outlook (1:51:04) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Vusi Thembekwayo (VT Podcast) episode Wealth & Wande Coal - Ololufe Small win: Noticed someone cited my MIT thesis on Smartphone Operating systems. Nice Other content: Life Expectancy stats (World Bank) Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Love Nwantiti by CKay & Everything is a Remix - Drill Sergeant Remix & Business Breakdowns Podcast - Sky Mavis Small win: Spent last weekend in Atlanta and Memphis visiting friends and family Other content: Africa Renewal - UN Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Email info@afrobility.com with feedback! Founders: We'd love to hear about what you're working on, email us at info@afrobility.com Investors: We'd also love to link up with you to drive the ecosystem forward. Contact us at info@afrobility.com Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes at Afrobility.com

The No Normal Show by ReviveHealth
Apples legacy: Health?

The No Normal Show by ReviveHealth

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 35:56


ResourcesAmy Webb's 14th annual tech trends reportTakeawaysA little bit of everythingLast week, we launched a new podcast format and outlined our changes and why we made them. Missed the episode? You can catch up here.The podcast team shared a good laugh over the latest marketing spoof to go viral featuring Emily Zugay, a graphic designer who laughably redesigns logos for big brands like McDonald's, Doritos, and the NFL.That little health brand we like to call AppleDespite several roadblocks in Apple's initial entrance into the health industry, the tech giant continues to expand its presence with investments in health features and devices.Apple is reported to have cognitive decline and depression detection, insulin level detection, and walking steadiness detection features in development currently.Human bodies are becoming containers for data points monitored by devices. With these devices come enhanced insights and the ability for providers to treat more effectively. With so many health data points available, comes a new question of privacy – how comfortable will consumers be sharing this sort of data directly with providers?On the other hand, it's possible that these continual monitoring devices will remove the need for physician interaction altogether.Since the launch of its first health app seven years ago, Apple has a wealth of consumer health data already and will continue to build this database as it develops new health data-collection devices.If Apple is an immovable force in the health industry, where does it fit into the business plans of other health entities such as health systems? As a strategic question, systems must carefully consider where they compete, partner, and invest.While Apple's technology could make health systems' digital front door more accessible, a partnership would add a new level of dependency on Apple, giving Apple more control in the industry.Step into the metaverseMetaverse is the concept of a future iteration of the internet, made up of persistent, shared, 3D virtual spaces linked into a perceived virtual universe.Facebook is investing heavily in "responsibly" building the metaverse. For those who know Facebook's reputation for living up to civic duty, you'll understand why this gave our team a chuckle.In 2003, the first promise of a metaverse came out with the platform, Second Life. Initially, the concept created plenty of buzz in the healthcare industry, showing promise of enhanced patient engagement. But the buzz was just that – hype that quickly faded.Now, the big name in the metaverse is Roblox, a gaming creation community with 43 million active users. Brands like Vans, Nike, and Gucci have pioneered experiences in Roblox, setting the standard for brand usage of the platform.But where does Roblox and the Metaverse fit into the world of health? That remains the burning question. With no clear pathway yet defined, health brands may have an opportunity but should experiment with caution.I'm not a lawyer, but I play one on TVThis segment is our question of the day segment for the show. Today's question: how do you gain approval from legal and compliance teams to engage influencers in your marketing initiatives?By nature, good legal and compliance officers will lead you to the safest path. But as we all know, the safest path isn't what will drive results amidst heightened competition.Since influencer marketing is relatively new to healthcare, health brand marketers may need to answer questions that may sound intuitive, such as: Are we paying people to be patients? Are we disclosing that we have influencers? Can we rely on influencers to protect our brand and speak to our brand as agreed upon?

Caring as Communities
Addressing Social Determinants with Technology Series: Part two, Point Click Care and Collective Medical

Caring as Communities

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 43:39


HealthTech is paving the way for addressing social determinants of health through a myriad of platforms, softwares, and more. Join us as we talk with health IT industry leader, Benjamin Zaniello—Chief Medical Officer at Point Click Care—in this tech series and get insights for reducing gaps in care. A practicing Infectious Disease physician, Ben is also a technologist at heart, focused on healthcare innovation for Population Health and the transition to value-based care for all patients. His passion for care transformation comes from firsthand experience. Most recently Ben worked at Providence St. Joseph Health, as their Chief Medical Information Officer in Population Health.Dr. Zaniello continues to practice in medicine, focusing on Utah's high-risk populations. His undergraduate work was at Stanford (in Architecture, German, and Computer Science) but he returned home to his native Kentucky for medical school at the University of Kentucky College of Medicine. He did his Internal Medicine residency at Weill Cornell Medical Center and Infectious Disease fellowship at the University of Washington where he also received his Master's in Public Health.

Houston Innovators Podcast
Episode 103 - Health tech innovating amidst a pandemic - James Reinstein of Saranas

Houston Innovators Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 31:22


James Reinstein, Saranas president and CEO, who has a long career in health tech innovation, joined Saranas at the very beginning of the pandemic last year. In spite of the challenges, he's led the company through a $12.8 million series B round and into commercialization. He joins the show today to discuss what's next for Saranas and its Early Bird bleed detection technology.

WHERE’S THE FUNDING?!
S2 Ep. 19: Where's The Funding for Health-tech Startups? with Dr. Loleta Robinson

WHERE’S THE FUNDING?!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 28, 2021 47:22


PS: This audio is from a Live session on Fishbowl so pardon any audio issues. Dr. Loleta Robinson is a seasoned physician entrepreneur, startup advisor, venture partner with extensive healthcare technology and services expertise. She is the Founder and Principal of Fortis Industries, LLC, a firm specializing in blending data analytics, due diligence, and a strong industry network to identify and evaluate prospective healthcare investment, in-licensing, and partnership opportunities for various clients. Dr. Robinson calls on her extensive industry experience and relationships to help bring together venture capital and corporate innovation firms with appropriate healthcare startups and early-stage companies with the potential to significantly improve the quality of care. She also facilitates their collaboration via incubators, accelerators, and other entrepreneurial support organizations. Key interview highlights: Mistakes health tech startups make when approaching VCs for funding VC start-up evaluation criteria Advice for Healthtech startups - your technology should not disrupt physician workflow Other non-dilutive funding options to pursue if you are not VC ready - grants and innovation hubs and accelerators. If you are in the US, think local and think State. Some states like the State of Maryland have great support and resources for entrepreneurs Guest/sponsorship requests: If you would like to be a guest or sponsor the podcast, please contact us at whereisthefunding@gmail.com. Where to find us: Anchor, Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts. Help us grow: Please subscribe, stream, or download, leave a rating or review and share your favorite episodes with family, friends, and colleagues. Social Media: Follow the WTF podcast on Instagram. Follow me on LinkedIn: Michelle J. McKenzie Join us for the next episode!

Via Oral
Tomou? EP 83: Troque a Empatia!

Via Oral

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 13:27


A UnitedHealthcare fecha parceria com a AppleFitness+, conheça o serviço itinerante de oftalmologia instalado em Santos. A Apple fecha parceria com UCLA, Duke e Biogen para novos estudos envolvendo cognição, autismo e depressão.GoodRx entra no mundo do conteúdo e busca ser o Google da Saúde e para finalizar, 3 dias de como transformar empatia em ações no marketing, inovação e comunicação para as Farmas.Todas as segundas!Acesse o Site Aqui ouhttp://bit.ly/tomouep83

This Week in Health IT
Newsday - Growing Health Tech, Metrics on Patient Tech-ness, and Big Tech Plans

This Week in Health IT

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 39:29


September 27, 2021: Anne Weiler, health tech entrepreneur joins Bill for the news. When growing a startup, what comes first? The clients or the right investors? Johns Hopkins Medicine has developed an Epic-embedded tool aimed at automatically identifying patients likely to need telehealth technical assistance. Xealth raised $24 million in new funding. Halo Health is being acquired by Symplr. Four out of six traveling intensive care unit nurses quit just one day after arriving at Providence St. Joseph Hospital in Eureka, California, due to a lack of familiarity with the EHR. And will Big Tech firms save the day in healthcare? Or is it just too complicated?Key Points:Revenue will get you investment. Investment will not necessarily get you revenue. [00:21:00] The issue isn't that healthcare technology is that hard, it's that the business models are screwed up [00:31:30] There's no incentive to share data. Data sharing is not hard if you actually want to do it. [00:31:30] Getting information out of the EHR is one level of complexity. Getting it back in is that complexity times five. [00:32:30] Should one of the big tech firms buy a hospital system? The answer is no. [00:35:06] Stories:Johns Hopkins Develops Epic-embedded Tool to better Support Telehealth patients - Healthcare IT NewsProvidence spinout Xealth raises $24M to expand digital health services - GeekWireFast-growing Cincinnati startup celebrates exit following acquisition by Texas-based firm - bizjournals.comIs Healthcare Too Hard for Big Tech Firms? - Healthcare IT NewsAfter Traveling Nurses Quit, Hospital Blames lack of EHR Familiarity - Healthcare IT News

Studio CMO
061 | The Anatomy of a Powerhouse Marketing Team | Tarah Bryan | HealthCatalyst | Studio CMO

Studio CMO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 40:09


Your marketing team. Where would your company be without them? Where would you? A good marketing team is made up of a diverse group of people with a variety of talents, soft skills, expertise, and an X factor which, for your vision, only you can define. How do you find the right people, assimilate them into your culture, and keep them motivated to perform their best work? About Our Guest   Tarah Neujahr Bryan, MAJMC, joined Health Catalyst in 2013 and has served as Editorial Director and Vice President of Marketing; she is currently the Senior Vice President of Marketing and a member of the Health Catalyst leadership team. She brings a breadth of marketing and communications experience to her current role. Prior to joining Health Catalyst, Tarah served as the Marketing Communications Director and Foundation Executive Director at a community hospital, managed at an advertising agency, was the Editor and Operations Manager at an archaeology firm, and provided triage assistance and patient admissions at a Level-II Trauma Center. She has a Master of Arts in Journalism and Mass Communications from the University of Nebraska and a Bachelor of Arts from Montana State University-Billings. Tarah volunteers with Intermountain Therapy Animals and has done pro-bono communications work for the American Cancer Society, Wings Cancer Foundation, and many other non-profit organizations. Show Notes A Quick History of HealthCatalyst's Growth: 2008: Founded Funding Rounds Jan 8, 2013, Series B Mar 1, 2013, Series B Jan 27, 2014, Series C Mar 17, 2015, Series D Feb 29, 2016, Series E Oct 13, 2017, Series E Feb 8, 2019, Debt Financing Feb 8, 2019, Series F Jun 1, 2019, Venture Round 2013: Content Marketing Began 2015: "Practiced being Public" 2019: IPO We keep education of the industry and ensuring good care at the forefront of our mission. Our mission is to transform healthcare. And for us, that means partnerships. We produce educational pieces with customers and peers. We explore partnerships wherever our technology can actually work with another. —Tarah Neujahr Bryan Building a Rock Star Marketing Team Kill the silos. Because silos can kill you. Tarah knocked down as many as she could and moved the culture to think of marketing initiatives. as an integrated effort. Build working groups. HealthCatalyst has six teams: Marketing Operations: Tech Stack and Analytics Marketing Response: Inbound Digital Marketing: Website, social, content, and design Field Marketing: Sales enablement Business Unit: Events including their user conference, Healthcare Analytics Summit Communications Team: PR, media relations, investor relations Create layers of communication—weekly stand-ups with team leads and then weekly working group stand-ups as well. Create a framework for transparency and idea-swapping. Tarah uses the process of "Thorn, Bud, Rose" which has been used by everyone from sororities to family dinner tables to unpack what's behind the scenes. This process has given her team new places of connection and members of the team relate better to one another and find ways to support and encourage each other throughout each week. She equates the words as follows: Thorn: One thing that sucks about your week Bud: One thing that you're learning about Rose: One thing you're excited about Deploy the right tech stack Salesforce and Pardot Visible - attribution and following the buyer journey Basecamp - Team communication Smartsheet - Triblio - ABM Data visualization using HealthCatalyst's own tools The three most important aspects Tarah looks for. innew team members are smart, hard-working, and humble. Internal marketing is almost as important as external marketing. — Tarah Neujahr Bryan Links Mentioned on This Episode Some of the 260 case studies Tarah referred to: Analytics Enables Identification of Opportunities to Improve Value and Accountable Care Organization Performance Quality Improvement in Healthcare: An ACO Palliative Care Case Study Changing Healthcare Using Data: A Case Study of One Small Health System's Odyssey To Achieve Material Improvements Job openings at HealthCatalyst Article by Tarah: COVID-19 Data and Analytics: Survey Reveals Long- and Short-Term Healthcare Industry Impact 20 Reasons Why Virtual Events are Better than Live

Relentless Health Value
EP338: Ideas to Meet Rural Healthcare's Tough Challenges, With Nikki King, DHA

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 34:28


My overarching thought throughout a lot of this interview was that improving rural health will take everyone remembering to not let perfect be the enemy of the good. If I live in rural America, there's no subspecialists. Forget about even seeing a garden-variety kind of specialist. I might have to drive hours to even get to a PCP. There are NPs (nurse practitioners) in a lot of these remote communities, but everybody's fighting over whether to let them practice independently, even in places where there's zero PCPs for hundreds of miles, effectively leaving everyone in the vicinity with basically zero access to any care. Or here's another issue: Maternal mortality in this country is not only heartbreaking—a mother dying in what should be a precious moment—it's also embarrassing as an industrialized nation to be so far in last place. I don't know this for a fact, really, but women who have to drive literally hours to see a provider during their pregnancy or—God forbid!—they go into labor unexpectedly … is that a factor in our horrific maternal mortality rates? Consider that in Canada, which has, by the way, substantially better maternal mortality rates than the USA, PCPs and NPs deliver babies in low-risk pregnancies even in areas that have access to ob-gyns, unlike a lot of rural America. When do we start wondering if we're letting perfect be the enemy of the good? When do we start considering if no access to care is worse than some access, even if the “some” access is not with, perhaps, the ideal type of provider? These are not questions with easy answers, so we need data. We need to think in shades of gray—not in binary terms where good and bad have static definitions unaltered by wildly different circumstances. That said, one way to potentially make many parties happy might be to do something like the Nuka system has done for Native Americans in rural Alaska. Listen to EP312 for more info on that. It's pretty cool.   But let's just back up a sec with a little situation analysis: The thing with rural hospitals closing—and they are surely running in the red and closing—is the very pernicious cycle that develops. A hospital closing is kind of a bellwether for a community caught in a downward spiral in ways I did not realize until my conversation with Nikki King in this healthcare podcast. The main industry shuts its doors—maybe coal, or I grew up in a steel town when they were “closing all the factories down.” That was a Billy Joel quote there, and I spent a few years as a kid in the very same Allentown that song is about. Community trauma is no joke. Oh, and also, now there's no commercial lives. So, say the hospital in that town isn't prepared for this new payer mix reality and it closes. Then maybe a few hundred doctors and nurses move away, along with their spending habits, so other jobs go away. Then the more affluent senior citizens don't move back to their hometown to retire because who wants to live in a town with no hospital? Also, young families who have a choice might choose to go elsewhere. Former population centers start to disperse, and now there's not even a population big enough to support a hospital even if one would decide to go there. And when that hospital goes, so does its maternity department—and likely, even OB/GYN practices. Forget about a laborist.   You then will have local PCPs leave town because, right, a PCP connected to a hospital can make twice as much as an indie. Reference the huge number of PCPs in this country who are employed by a health system. Most of these employed PCPs will not work in rural communities where their employer health system has no facilities to refer to. There's no jobs there for an employed physician. Obviously, no specialists can stay in business in this environment either. Things go from bad to worse: Child abuse rises, and multigenerational diseases of despair start to set in. And there's no healthcare to treat these diseases or prevent them. Things go from bad to worse to even more worse. In this healthcare podcast, I am honored and thrilled to talk with Nikki King, DHA, who offers up three community-centric ideas around solving the crisis of access that people in rural communities face. In short, these ideas include: Freestanding ERs (ERs that have the financial discipline to not take advantage of the communities they claim to serve, that is) Telehealth that recognizes broadband issues, which is possible Expanding nurse practitioner rights and maybe even the scope of PCP practices to, for example, include maternity care for low-risk pregnancies in areas that have zero or very minimal access to healthcare otherwise Here's the shorter-than-short version: Perfect can't be the enemy of the good when we're talking about some of these communities that have no healthcare options. Nikki King grew up in Kentucky in the coalfields of central Appalachia. She managed a behavioral health and addictions unit at a critical access hospital and also worked in biostatistics. She is on the board of directors of the Indiana Rural Health Association and has developed policies as a member of the National Rural Health Association, among a whole list of other achievements. Nikki is innovative and compassionate, and she understands the culture of those she serves. She talks about a few things that she worked on during the pandemic that are truly inspirational. You can learn more by emailing Nikki at king.nikki2014@gmail.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn and follow her on Twitter.   Nikki King, MHSA, DHA, was born and raised in the coalfields of Southeastern Kentucky. Prior to working in the healthcare industry, she worked for the Center of Business and Economic Research studying models of sustainability in rural communities with a single economic engine. She has been working at Margaret Mary Health since 2015, occupying roles in clinical statistics, as well as currently managing the behavioral health and addiction services department. In addition to her role at Margaret Mary, Nikki completed her DHA at the Medical University of South Carolina and her MHSA from Xavier University. She currently serves on the Indiana Rural Health Association's Board of Directors, the American Hospital Association's Opioid Stewardship Advisory Group, and the National Rural Health Association's Policy Congress and Government Action Committee, and as the Board Chair of Rural Health Leadership Radio Board of Directors. 05:57 How dire is the rural hospital situation right now? 06:18 How could freestanding ERs be a potential solution for rural hospitals? 08:21 What are other potential rural health access solutions? 09:25 Why is broadband a roadblock to telehealth as a solution for rural health access? 14:06 The “hot potato” of nurse practitioners in the healthcare world. 15:05 “The number of residencies for physicians each year is not increasing, but the population … is increasing.” 19:06 EP312 with Douglas Eby, MD, MPH, CPE, of the Nuka System of Care. 20:41 What's the issue with maternity care in rural America? 22:53 “As healthcare becomes more and more specialized, [the] ability to treat high-risk cases is better, but access gets worse.” 26:50 How is mental health care affected in rural communities? 27:23 “Rural communities are trying very hard to hang on to what they have.” 28:49 “When you look at the one market plan that's available in a rural community, you probably can't afford it.” 30:39 What's the single biggest challenge to moving to a model that incentivizes keeping people healthy? 31:33 “The easiest low-hanging fruit … is having national Medicaid and have that put under the same hood as Medicare.” You can learn more by emailing Nikki at king.nikki2014@gmail.com. You can also connect with her on LinkedIn and follow her on Twitter.   @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth How dire is the rural hospital situation right now? @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth How could freestanding ERs be a potential solution for rural hospitals? @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth What are other potential rural health access solutions? @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth Why is broadband a roadblock to telehealth as a solution for rural health access? @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth The “hot potato” of nurse practitioners in the healthcare world. @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth “The number of residencies for physicians each year is not increasing, but the population … is increasing.” @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth What's the issue with maternity care in rural America? @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth “As healthcare becomes more and more specialized, [the] ability to treat high-risk cases is better, but access gets worse.” @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth How is mental health care affected in rural communities? @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth “Rural communities are trying very hard to hang on to what they have.” @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth “When you look at the one market plan that's available in a rural community, you probably can't afford it.” @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth What's the single biggest challenge to moving to a model that incentivizes keeping people healthy? @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth “The easiest low-hanging fruit … is having national Medicaid and have that put under the same hood as Medicare.” @NikkiKing0911, DHA, discusses #ruralhealthcare on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #ruralhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Olivia Webb, Brandon Weber, Stacey Richter (INBW30), Brian Klepper (AEE16), Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis, Dr Arshad Rahim, Dr Monica Lypson, Dr Rich Klasco, Dr David Carmouche (AEE15), Christian Milaster, Dr Grace Terrell, Troy Larsgard, Josh LaRosa, Dr David Carmouche (EP316), Bob Matthews

Via Oral
Tomou? EP 82: Tem nas Redes Sociais!

Via Oral

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2021 10:46


Novo estudo da Microsoft analisa o trabalho remoto e a formação de silos e falta de colaboração entre equipes, estudo foi publicado pela Nature Human Behavior.A economia das assinaturas chegou também para os Fast Foods, e a Farma, nada?Olay empresa de skin care quer combater o viés racial, uma maneira de entregar muito mais do que produto ou tratamento. E para finalizar estudos mostram como podemos utilizar das informações e postagens das redes sociais para ser mais Patient Centricity.Acesse o Site Aqui ouhttp://bit.ly/TomouEP82

Futurized
The Future of Hospitals

Futurized

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 49:33


Dan Vahdat (@DanVahdat), CEO of Huma (@humaforhealth), interviewed by Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist and author.  In this conversation, they talk about scaling digital health, post-pandemic opportunities, predictive care at scale, digital care, and is the hospital of the future a building or a distributed care concept, or both? If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in. The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Sponsors | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. If you are interested in Trond's products or services, feel free to check out Futurized.org/store, where you can book a keynote speech, become a sponsor or partner, request a podcast swap, or buy a few of Trond's books, such as Health Tech, Future Tech, Pandemic Aftermath, Disruption Games or Leadership From Below. If you are interested in all of Trond's projects, check out his website, Trondundheim.com which has links to his other podcasts as well as his public appearances. Trond's takeaway: The future of hospitals is not going to be a simple thing, digitized or not. Healthcare is fraught with contradictions, complexity, massive costs, and the stakes of life and death. Technology is really only one part of the puzzle. Having said that, we are at the precipice of healthcare tech as a major differentiator and possibly able to bypass some of the complexities and deliver blanket improvements for all, across society. However, more probably, the benefits will first come to the elite. Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars. If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 100, [The Future of Medicine is Invisible](The Future of Medicine is Invisible), episode 88, The Future of Virtual Care, episode 82, The Future of Digital Health AI, or episode 55, AI for Medicine. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners. Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org. The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim and videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan. Please share this show with those you care about. To find us on social media is easy, we are Futurized on LinkedIn and YouTube and Futurized2 on Instagram and Twitter: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurized2/ Twitter (@Futurized2): https://twitter.com/Futurized2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Futurized-102998138625787 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/futurized YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Futurized Podcast RSS: https://feed.podbean.com/www.futurized.co/feed.xml See you next time. Futurized—conversations that matter.   

Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business
#38: 54gene - How the HealthTech platform is building diverse datasets to improve diagnostic and treatment outcomes across Africa

Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 19, 2021 118:15


Overview: Today, we're going to talk about 54gene - the genomics HealthTech company. We'll explore the 54gene story across 6 areas: African Health care status & context 54gene early history Fundraising & Growth Product & monetization strategy Competitive positioning & potential exit options Overall outlook. This episode was recorded on Sep 19, 2021 Companies discussed: 54gene, llumina, African Centre of Excellence for Genomics of Infectious Diseases, Y Combinator (YC), 50 Years, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Gilead, IMS Health, Broad Institute, Novartis, Cathay AfricInvest, Helium Health & mPharma Business concepts discussed: Genomics, Capacity development / Local knowledge development, Healthcare technology, Health insurance coverage, commercial biobanks & public policy Conversation highlights: (00:54) - Why we're talking about 54Gene today (06:25) - Context on Healthcare and Genomics in Africa (27:02) - 54Gene founding and early history (34:13) - Fundraising and early growth - Seed, Series A, Series B (54:15) - Product and monetization strategy (1:11:00) - 54Gene capacity building (1:17:00) - Competition in this space, exit opportunities (1:30:39) - Olumide's overall thoughts and outlook (1:42:38) - Bankole's overall thoughts and outlook (1:56:03) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Afridigest newsletter (by Emeka Ajene) Awesome and well done. Combines threads from multiple angles. Fabulous. Recommendation: Frontier FinTech Newsletter (by Samora Kariouki) So thorough and detailed. Love it. Recommendation: Kate Nash - Foundations. So good Small win: Galaxy Buds 2 - Small, ANC (Active Noise Cancellation), great battery life, good software controls Other content: Boom - Supersonic Passenger Airplanes Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Slow Down - King Promise, Code Breakers by Walter Isaacson & Sarah Tavel on 20 minute VC Small win: Chelsea FC 3-0 W vs Tottenham Other content: 54Gene partnership with Illumina & Colonialists are coming for blood - Literally Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Email info@afrobility.com with feedback! Founders: We'd love to hear about what you're working on, email us at info@afrobility.com Investors: We'd also love to link up with you to drive the ecosystem forward. Contact us at info@afrobility.com Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes at Afrobility.com

Optimal Performance Podcast
340 Digital Therapeutics and health tech that will blow your mind with Lyle Maxson

Optimal Performance Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 13, 2021 63:16


I thought I couldn't be surprised by emerging health tech.  I was wrong! Envision a future where people get healing from Virtual Reality, Technology induced psychedelics states.  Find out more about all of Lyle's amazing projects at  Geniusx.com  entheo.digital enterandromeda.com/blog @luminouslyle on IG In this very futuristic episode we cover:  •Replacing pharmaecuticals with digital therapeutics •Defining digital therapeutics - neurohacking and creating different brainwave states using technology: wellness technology •Technodelics: Creating psychedelic states through digital therapeutics - Entheodigital makes  Sound Self which creates a similar effect as a psilocybin within 15-20min •How Lyle thinks about the balance of our default reality and virtual/online reality •Highlighting some of the emerging technoglo •A VR game for kids to help with ADD/ADHD •The future includes learning in VR open world. Waking around in a VR campus, attending classes from a wide array of instructors Help make this podcast possible by supporting our sponsors: FÜM essential oil inhaler...trust me it's awesome

Studio CMO
060 | How Collaboration Changed HIMSS21 for Innovaccer | Dipty Desai | Studio CMO

Studio CMO

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 30:25


For two years prior to the pandemic, marketing executives were bemoaning the effectiveness and the future of trade shows. When the world shut live events down, organizations pivoted to online. Would in-person events return? If so, would they be even more ineffective as those before the pandemic? Industries outside of healthcare looked to HIMSS as a major in-person trade show to gauge their own financial and human investment in events for 2021-22. Innovaccer's success at HIMSS is a blueprint for others. About Our Guest Dipty Desai, PhD serves as Director of Marketing for strategic partnerships at Innovaccer. Her thrilling career has woven through healthcare and biosciences with a stint at NASA. She holds her undergraduate and masters' degrees from the University of Bombay, studied genetics at Penn State, received her PhD at UCSF, and completed a post-doctoral research fellowship at Stanford.  While at NASA, she took her research from Stanford and helped adapt technology to study the effects of zero gravity at the cellular level. She brings a lifetime of connections to Innovaccer. Show Notes Innovaccer mounted a very successful experience at HIMSS21 through: encouraging infectious passion about their solution and their company culture building team unity defining the roles for team members and booth staff creating a transferable methodology for engaging passersby and leads in the booth using a team to evaluate, grade, and contact leads to set appointments during the show Their trade show savvy would have been nothing without the fact their HealthTech solution works and has integrity. Links Mentioned on This Episode Find out more about Innovaccer. Four Trade Show Lessons from HIMSS 2021 Overcoming the Three Curses of the HealthTech Technical Founder

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life
HealthTech SaaS Bootstrapped to $600k ARR, 1200 Customers and 500,000 Patients

The Top Entrepreneurs in Money, Marketing, Business and Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2021 15:47


Practice Management Software for Healthcare Professionals

WSJ Tech News Briefing
Could Health Tech Put the Annual Checkup on Life Support?

WSJ Tech News Briefing

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 13:05


Virtual checkups have become more common during the pandemic, but new ways of gathering health data remotely could make in-person doctor visits a thing of the past. WSJ contributor Ron Winslow joins host Zoe Thomas to discuss the new technology and the potential drawbacks of losing the human connection. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Futurized
The Future of Entertainment

Futurized

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 51:30


Futurized goes beneath the trends to track the underlying forces of disruption in tech, policy, business models, social dynamics and the environment. I'm your host, Trond Arne Undheim (@trondau), futurist, author, investor, and serial entrepreneur. Join me as I discuss the societal impact of deep tech such as AI, blockchain, IoT, nanotech, quantum, robotics, and synthetic biology, and tackle topics such as entrepreneurship, trends, or the future of work. On the show, I interview smart people with a soul: founders, authors, executives, and other thought leaders, or even the occasional celebrity. Futurized is a bi-weekly show, preparing YOU to think about how to deal with the next decade's disruption, so you can succeed and thrive no matter what happens. Futurized—conversations that matter. In episode 133 of the podcast, the topic is: The Future of Entertainment. Our guest is Brimstone, entrepreneur, professional wrestler, radio host, actor, author, musician, philanthropist, food critic, as well as a video game hero--and much more. After listening to the episode, check out: Brimstone (@entrancetohell): https://www.therealbrimstone.com/ In this conversation, we talk about what the next decade looks like in Brimstone's sphere of entertainment, comics, and wrestling. Entertainment has been here since the beginning of time, from storytelling around the bonfire, to hunting, to Greek theater to gladiators. Everywhere we go, it is about entrancing an audience and standing out from the competition by being unique. What does the future hold? What can all of us learn from a master entertainer? If you're new to the show, seek particular topics, or you are looking for a great way to tell your friends about the show, which we always appreciate, we've got the episode categories. Those are at Futurized.org/episodes. They are collections of your favorite episodes organized by topic, such as Entrepreneurship, Trends, Emerging Tech, or The Future of Work. That'll help new listeners get a taste of everything that we do here, starting with a topic they are familiar with, or want to go deeper in. The host of this podcast, Trond Arne Undheim, Ph.D is the author of Health Tech: Rebooting Society's Software, Hardware and Mindset--published by Routledge in 2021, Future Tech: How to Capture Value from Disruptive industry Trends--published by Kogan Page in 2021, Pandemic Aftermath: how Coronavirus changes Global Society and Disruption Games: How to Thrive on Serial Failure (2020)--both published by Atmosphere Press in 2020, Leadership From Below: How the Internet Generation Redefines the Workplace by Lulu Press in 2008. For an overview, go to Trond's Books at Trondundheim.com/books At this stage, Futurized is lucky enough to have several sponsors. To check them out, go to Futurized.org/sponsors. If you are interested in sponsoring the podcast, or to get an overview of other services provided by the host of this podcast, including how to book him for keynote speeches, please go to Store | Futurized - thoughts on our emerging future. We will consider all brands that have a demonstrably positive contribution to the future. Before you do anything else, make sure you are subscribed to our newsletter on Futurized.org, where you can find hundreds of episodes of conversations that matter to the future. I hope you can also leave a positive review on iTunes or in your favorite podcast player--it really matters to the future of this podcast.  You have just listened to episode 133 of the Futurized podcast, with host Trond Arne Undheim, futurist and author. If you are interested in Trond's products or services, feel free to check out Futurized.org/store, where you can book a keynote speech, become a sponsor or partner, request a podcast swap, or buy a few of Trond's books, such as Health Tech, Future Tech, Pandemic Aftermath, Disruption Games or Leadership From Below. If you are interested in all of Trond's projects, check out his website, Trondundheim.com which has links to his other podcasts as well as his public appearances. In this conversation, we talked about what the next decade looks like in Brimstone's sphere of entertainment, comics, and wrestling. Trond's takeaway: The future of entertainment is still about providing a standout performance and building a brand around your personality coupled with your products and services. It is encouraging to learn that entertaining can be rehearsed by anybody, regardless of personality. But rest assured, there is only one Brimstone, this larger than life character, and only one show like Futurized. Thanks for listening. If you liked the show, subscribe at Futurized.org or in your preferred podcast player, and rate us with five stars. If you like this topic, you may enjoy other episodes of Futurized, such as episode 107, The Future of Art and Tech, episode 80, The Future of Personal Development, or episode 54, The Future of AR. Hopefully, you'll find something awesome in these or other episodes. If so, do let us know by messaging us, we would love to share your thoughts with other listeners. Futurized is created in association with Yegii, the insight network. Yegii lets clients create multidisciplinary dream teams consisting of a subject matter experts, academics, consultants, data scientists, and generalists as team leaders. Yegii's services include speeches, briefings, seminars, reports and ongoing monitoring. You can find Yegii at Yegii.org. The Futurized team consists of podcast host and sound technician Trond Arne Undheim, videographer Raul Edward D'Trewethan, and podcast marketer Nahin Israfil Hossain. Please share this show with those you care about. To find us on social media is easy, we are Futurized on LinkedIn and YouTube and Futurized2 on Instagram and Twitter: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/futurized2/ Twitter (@Futurized2): https://twitter.com/Futurized2 Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Futurized-102998138625787 LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/futurized YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/Futurized Podcast RSS: https://feed.podbean.com/www.futurized.co/feed.xml See you next time. Futurized—conversations that matter.  

Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business
#37: mPharma - How the HealthTech supply chain platform is providing services to pharmacies & patients across Africa

Afrobility: Africa Tech & Business

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2021 122:10


Overview: Today, we're going to talk about mPharma - the Ghanaian prescription drug inventory management company. We'll explore the mPharma story across 6 areas: African Health care status & context mPharma founding and early history Fundraising & Growth Product & monetization strategy Competitive positioning & potential exit options Overall outlook. This episode was recorded on Sep 5, 2021 Companies discussed: mPharma, Novartis, DrugStoc, Medsaf, Helium Health, Golden Palm Investments, Novastar ventures, CDC & Gates Foundation Business concepts discussed: Healthcare Logistics, drug distribution, Healthcare technology, Health insurance coverage, Health platforms, IFC & Public policy Conversation highlights: (01:14) - Why we're talking about mPharma (05:18) - Background of Healthcare in Africa (198:41) - Healthcare and Pharmacy / Drugs access in Nigeria (26:05) - Healthcare context and insurance in Ghana (27:15) - mPharma founding and early history - Gregory Rockson background (43:56) - Fundraising - Seed, Series A, B, C (56:00) - Traction - users, reported revenue, etc. (1:01:50) - Product strategy - Quality (Shop) Rx, Mutti, etc. (1:11:57) - Monetization strategy (1:14:17) - E-Commerce logistics vs healthcare logistics (1:21:48) - Competition (1:34:22) - Options for exit - mergers, acquisitions (1:36:56) - Bankole's overall thoughts and outlook (1:45:36) - Olumide's overall thoughts and outlook (1:55:47) - Recommendations and small wins Olumide's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: The World After Capital (Albert Wenger) Small win: Setup Galaxy Z Flip3. Different experience. Other content: Life expectancy (World Bank database) Bankole's recommendations & small wins: Recommendation: Donald Shoup on the economics of parking & Heaven and Hell - Kanye West Small win: Attended a wedding in New Jersey this past weekend. Lots of fun celebrating with friends. Happy Married Life Joan & Chris!!! Other content: Accelerating improvements in Health Product Distribution by Salient Advisory & How the QWERTY Keyboard Broke the Chinese Language Listeners: We'd love to hear from you. Please email info@afrobility.com with your feedback! Founders: We'd love to hear about you & what you're working on, email us at info@afrobility.com Investors: We'd also love to link up with you, to partner to drive the ecosystem forward. Contact us at info@afrobility.com Join our insider mailing list where we get feedback on new episodes & find all episodes at Afrobility.com

Action and Ambition
Wendy Bronfin Creates New Technologies to Assist with Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia

Action and Ambition

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 2, 2021 26:59


Welcome to another episode of Action and Ambition. Today's guest is Wendy Bronfin, Chief Product Officer & Chief Marketing Officer at BRIGHT. Wendy has spent most of her career working at the nexus of emerging technology, consumer demands, and market potential, primarily in education and wellness. Wendy was immersed in the global startup scene before starting BRIGHT, where she headed product and marketing at Techstars, a global network that helps entrepreneurs flourish. She also consults with major HealthTech, EdTech, and consumer media firms on innovative product and platform strategies for smart homes and the future of wellness. Stay tuned and learn more about Wendy's journey!

What is UX?
S3E6 Designing for Health-tech, an interview with Director of Product Design at Teladoc, Jen Byyny

What is UX?

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 36:04


Jen Byyny is a leader in tech/product design with over 17 years of experience. She has over 7 years of design leadership experience and 10+ years of hands-on professional design experience focused on software/Saas, analytics and media experiences for business and consumer audiences with strong management experience, design-thinking methodologies, design system knowledge, user research and product insights, plus a love for innovation through storytelling and design. She had led teams focused on product design, branding, AI, data analytics, fin-tech, health-tech, media and enterprise tools across multiple platforms.In this episode, we talked about:How did Jen get into design?Her journey in designing for techWhat is Teladoc Health and how it serves people?Jen's role as Director of Product Design in TeladocThe transition from graphic design to software design information designJen's advice for people who are transitioning into designCareer growth after transitioningJen's career at YahooWhat is a good design for Jen?And MUCH MORE!Links and ResourcesVisit our website: https://whatisux.co/Connect with Jen - They are hiring various levels in Product Design at Teladochttp://bebraver.org/ https://www.teladochealth.com/ https://venettasbakedgoods.com/ 

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast
1705: Digital Health Tech For Chronic Conditions

The Tech Blog Writer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 1, 2021 23:44


DarioHealth is a software as a service company that began for diabetes management and hypertension and recently branched out into musculoskeletal and behavioral health in 2021. The company has a compelling combination between medical devices and strong software capabilities integrated with health coaching. Data shows that 29% of people with a chronic condition have a behavioral health issue as well. DarioHealth, available to users worldwide, aims to offer a holistic platform for users not to use multiple applications to address needs. Omar Manejwala discusses how the software uses AI to encourage sustained behavior change in users. Finally, we discuss how the app offers remote patient monitoring and provides users with coaching and the motivation to manage their chronic condition, ultimately reducing healthcare costs.

Relentless Health Value
AEE16: The Destruction of Primary Care—A Short History, With Brian Klepper, PhD

Relentless Health Value

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 9:53


This conversation starts out talking about the RUC, which is a committee run by the AMA, who has the sole source contract with CMS to figure out how many RVUs any given procedure or service is worth. There are roughly four times as many specialists on this RUC committee as PCPs. You might be able to see where this is going, but let me let our guest in this healthcare podcast, Brian Klepper, explain how primary care got trampled by the goings-on. Brian Klepper is a longtime healthcare analyst and former CEO of the National Business Coalition on Health. You can learn more by emailing Brian at bklepper@worksitehealthadvisors.com. Brian Klepper, PhD, is a healthcare analyst, commentator, and entrepreneur. He is a Principal of Healthcare Performance Inc, a healthcare strategy and business development practice, and CEO/Principal of Worksite Health Advisors, a benefits consultancy focused on linking high-performance/high-impact healthcare organizations with purchasers. He founded and moderates a popular professional healthcare Listserv, Healthcare Hackers, which is a discussion forum on healthcare high performance and value and which has about 850 participating benefits managers, benefits advisors, and innovative vendors. An active author and speaker, Dr. Klepper has provided healthcare commentary to CBS Evening News, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, and the Washington Post. He has published widely in healthcare trade and academic publications and in newspapers nationally. Brian is a regular contributor to Employee Benefit News, the Health Affairs Blog, The Health Care Blog, The Doctor Weighs In, Kevin MD, and other expert healthcare blogs. He is a reviewer for Health Affairs and The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. He is an advisor to the Lundberg Institute and to several for-profit healthcare organizations. In his spare time, Brian is an offshore sailor. 01:00 What is the RUC? 03:18 What is the goal of the specialists in the RUC? 04:32 Why health plans and not health systems? 06:55 “All this time, the hospital community was waging war against the HMO community.” 07:59 “The incentives that have been at play have been very formidable.” 08:23 “Primary care has developed a reputation for being the easy specialty … and it's just not so.” You can learn more by emailing Brian at bklepper@worksitehealthadvisors.com. @bklepper1 discusses #primarycare on our #anexpertexplains #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #pcp What is the RUC? @bklepper1 discusses #primarycare on our #anexpertexplains #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #pcp What is the goal of the specialists in the RUC? @bklepper1 discusses #primarycare on our #anexpertexplains #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #pcp Why health plans and not health systems? @bklepper1 discusses #primarycare on our #anexpertexplains #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #pcp “All this time, the hospital community was waging war against the HMO community.” @bklepper1 discusses #primarycare on our #anexpertexplains #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #pcp “The incentives that have been at play have been very formidable.” @bklepper1 discusses #primarycare on our #anexpertexplains #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #pcp “Primary care has developed a reputation for being the easy specialty … and it's just not so.” @bklepper1 discusses #primarycare on our #anexpertexplains #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth #pcp Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Brian Klepper (EP335), Sunita Desai, Care Plans vs Real World (EP333), Dr Tony DiGioia, Al Lewis, John Marchica, Joe Connolly, Marshall Allen, Andrew Eye, Naomi Fried, Dr Rishi Wadhera, Dr Mai Pham, Nicole Bradberry and Kelly Conroy, Lee Lewis, Dr Arshad Rahim, Dr Monica Lypson, Dr Rich Klasco, Dr David Carmouche (AEE15), Christian Milaster, Dr Grace Terrell, Troy Larsgard, Josh LaRosa, Dr David Carmouche (EP316), Bob Matthews, Dr Douglas Eby (AEE14), Dr Sheldon Weiss, Dan Strause and Drew Leatherberry, Dr Douglas Eby (EP312)

The Podcast by KevinMD
Structural racism in health tech

The Podcast by KevinMD

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 16:04


"We focus on ensuring our solution works equally well for English speakers with any accent. We regularly hear from doctors how much of a difference this makes in their ability to deliver high-quality patient care. It's our hope that more health tech vendors will take a good look at what they've chosen to prioritize and how that may contribute to inequities within the system. The factors which inspired the American Medical Association to recognize racism as a public health threat demand that we all play our role in the multi-faceted structures that contribute to delivering equitable health care to all Americans." Matthew Ko is co-founder and COO, DeepScribe Inc., and can be reached on Facebook and Twitter @DeepScribeAI. He shares his story and discusses his KevinMD article, "Examining structural racism in health tech." (https://www.kevinmd.com/blog/2021/06/examining-structural-racism-in-health-tech.html)