On the 13th episode of Enterprise Software Innovators, hosts Evan Reiser (Abnormal Security) and Saam Motamedi (Greylock Partners) talk with Bashir Agboola, Chief Technology Officer at Hospital for Special Surgery. HSS is one of the preeminent medical institutions in the world, specializing in orthopedics and providing care to patients from over 100 different countries. Today, Bashir shares his perspective on digital transformation, the exciting technologies HSS is deploying to improve patient outcomes, and insights into upcoming step changes in the healthcare industry. Quick hits from Bashir:On HSS utilizing 3D printing: “We have the first in-hospital 3D printing of joints. This was a project we did in collaboration with a European company to set up an FDA regulated facility at the hospital to print the joints for acute procedures. So for things like that of course you might think, ‘3D printing, is that digital?' Of course…it's all along the line of digital transformation. The modern total knee replacement was developed at HSS close to 50 years ago. So being able to do 3D printing of implants for those acute situations is just in line with that tradition of groundbreaking innovation.”On HSS accelerating its digital transformation during COVID-19: “We went from an organization that as of 2019 probably had less than 1% of our workforce working remotely to within March of 2020, a third of the organization was working from home, so we had to enable that technology. For me and other infrastructure and operations leaders in healthcare it was ‘finally, yes. This is what we've been saying all along, we need to focus on digital workplace transformation…'[For perspective], in all of 2019 we had less than 1500 telehealth sessions. 12 months later, we had over 123,000 telehealth sessions.”On the future of healthcare delivery: “The future of healthcare has us consuming care virtually more and in ambulatory settings whether it's in-home or in a clinical setting. To put things in perspective, for the first 150 years of HSS, we did surgery at the hospital. In the last five years, we've opened a number of ambulatory surgical care centers where you go in, you get that meniscus tear repaired and you go back home. You don't have to stay in a hospital setting.”On blockchain's use cases for healthcare: “People have also talked about tackling the problems of counterfeit therapeutics, which is a big problem, particularly in the developing world. There are counterfeit drugs in pharmacies all over Africa and other parts of the world. Leveraging the blockchain to track the provenance of that drug or any other thing for which you want to track the provenance, the decentralized nature of the blockchain can allow us to do that.”Recent Book Recommendation: The First 90 Days by Michael D. Watkins--Like what you hear? Leave us a review and subscribe to the show on Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to podcasts.Find more great lessons from tech leaders and enterprise software experts at enterprisesoftware.blog.Enterprise Software Innovators is produced by Josh Meer, Luke Reiser
For years, professional athletes, Olympians, performance artists, corporate high achievers, and individuals have relied on Heidi Skolnik to unlock their best possible performance for achieving the things they care most about in life. Considered a thought leader in nutrition, Heidi Skolnik has influenced millions through her media work, writing, and thriving consulting business. Heidi has been part of The Women's Sports Medicine Center at HSS for over 20 years. Her company, Nutrition Conditioning, oversees the Performance Nutrition program at The Juilliard School and the School of American Ballet and she has consulted with numerous Broadway shows. A realist, Heidi believes M&Ms can fit into a healthy diet along with red peppers, red meat, broccoli, and fresh fruit. She believes that healthy eating and exercise should evolve as we do, to meet our personal needs and goals.Today Heidi joins us to talk protein, eating right and her latest book, "The Whole Body Reset: Your Weight-Loss Plan for a Flat Belly, Optimum Health & a Body You'll Love at Midlife and Beyond."
Summa Networks software enables mobile communications on 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G and beyond. Francesca Rigamonti, Marketing Director at Summa Networks speaks with Don Witt of The Channel Daily News, a TR publication, about their Subscribers, policy and identity management software which was developed by a carrier for carriers, helping bridge the gaps between legacy and future networks and ideal solution for rip & replace. The Summa Networks' solution enables the creation and management of a single subscription with an unlimited number of profiles: UDR, UDM, AUSF for 5G Home Subscriber Server (HSS) for LTE Data Equipment Identity Register (EIR) Subscriber Location Function (SLF) Home Subscriber Server (HSS) for IMS Voice Home Location Register (HLR) and Authentication Center (AuC) for 2G/3G Francesca Rigamonti With 30 carriers utilizing their technology, it is obvious that their SDM model with a common database design is catching on and can improve performance while reducing costs. Summa Networks have also developed an integrated, fully virtualized, cost-effective, and unique VoLTE/VoWiFi solution: voLTEinabox. About: Summa Networks is the market specialist in Subscriber, Policy and Identity management solutions. Their mission is to guide carriers of all sizes and types in their transition towards 5G, while they still need to operate on 2G, 3G, 4G, 5G NSA networks until ready to upgrade to 5G SA, first as an overlay function in hybrid interworking mode, then as pure 5G standalone. Their trusted SDM solution, including an HLR, HSS for LTE, HSS for IMS, 5G NSA, UDR, UDM, AUSF, PCRF, PCF provided in a single piece of software, has a numerous set of features like AAA for VoLTE and VoWiFi. Their solution is suitable for MNOs, MVNOs, MVNE/As, Private LTE, IoT networks. Summa Networks belongs to the holding Enreach, European UCaaS leader and MVNO in 7 European countries. For more information: www.summanetworks.com
Episode page with video, transcript, and more Joining us today as our guest is Louis (Lou) A. Shapiro. He is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Hospital for Special Surgery HSS. He has served in this role since October 2006. Under Lou's leadership, HSS has experienced significant growth, expansion of facilities and recognition as the world leader in its specialty areas of orthopedics, rheumatology and their related disciplines. Lou has more than 30 years of healthcare experience, including as Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Geisinger Health System in Pennsylvania, and as a leader in the healthcare practice at McKinsey & Company. He began his career at Allegheny General Hospital in Pittsburgh, where he served in a number of capacities. Today we're going to be talking about how the culture at HSS contributes to their habitual excellence, including 13 years being ranked #1 at what they do as a specialty hospital for musculoskeletal care. What's the role of hiring the best of the best and how does a culture help them thrive and stay? What can be learned from the HSS approach that delivers such great value, including incredibly low infection rates. In today's episode, Lou talks with with host Mark Graban, about topics and questions including: Patients being willing to travel to HSS for better care and service (Net Promoter Score of 94) HSS will be celebrating its 160th year anniversary Do other organizations who are losing patients to HSS look to them for how to improve and compete? Why Lou doesn't compare HSS to anybody else Sharing data transparently Culture as strategy Would the HSS management model and culture translate to a general hospital or system? Commitment to culture on top of hiring the very best (and keeping them) Breaking down tradeoffs: better flow, faster care can also be more caring care, higher quality care, safer care Comparing costs - not just per episode, but across the continuum including conservative care The importance of not becoming a commodity Being visible and accessible as a leader "Excellence" as one of the values of the organization and realizing you're not perfect Aiming for and wanting ZERO injuries, infections, complications and ZERO dissatisfied patients
This episode features Allison Roditi, Chief Administrator at HSS Sports Medicine Institute at Hospital for Special Surgery. Here, she discusses strategy surrounding the growth of sports medicine, the broadening of what HSS does, advice for preventing sports related injuries, and more.
This episode features Justin Oppenheimer, Chief Operating Officer & Chief Strategy Officer at HSS. Here, he discusses his managing & consulting experience, HSS's focus on sustaining leadership in musculoskeletal health, his top priorities going into the last part of the year, and more.
In deze uitzending van de Corine van Zoelen podcast geeft Martine de Troije een online lezing over HSP en HSS. In deze uitzending hoor je een opname uit de nieuwe wereld netwerk community waar ik HSP expert Martine heb uitgenodigd. Ze is naast het feit dat ze is opgeleid als HSP Coach, Hooggevoeligheidsdeskundige en werk als UWV Werkfit Coach met als expertise hooggevoeligheid, ook vooral ervaringsdeskundige. In deze podcast vertelt ze meer over HSP en HSS en wat het verschil is met de diagnose ADD of ADHD. Ze geeft aan wat je kan doen om balans te ervaren en waarom er zoveel HSP-ers in mijn netwerk zijn. Wellicht ben jij er ook een. Super interessant als jij ook het gevoel hebt dat je anders was als de rest in je gezin van herkomst maar nog niet het idee hebt dat je HSP of HSS bent
This episode is brought to you Thompson Surgical, who are celebrating over 55 years as a leader in exposure and the original manufacturer of the table-mounted retractor. This episode is also brought to you by TrackableMed. Check out TrackableMed to help you grow your new patient base. Dr. Amar Ranawat is an orthopedic surgeon at HSS specializing in total hip and total knee replacement, revision total hip and total knee replacement, and periprosthetic fractures. Born in New York City, he received his medical degree from Weill Cornell Medical College in 1996 before completing an internship at The New York Hospital and a residency at Hospital for Special Surgery. In 2002, he completed his fellowship training in adult reconstruction under the direction of his father Dr. Chitranjan S. Ranawat. We hear about his family influence in becoming an orthopedic surgeon, including his brother who is also an orthopedic surgeon. Topics include:-How the 9/11 attacks led him to join the Navy and their Marine unit. Dr. Ranawat received the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal in 2007 for performing emergency limb saving surgery on a Marine during exercises in Tan Tan, Morocco -We hear about the importance of resident education, fellow education and research at HSS and how he also balances being President of the Eastern Orthopaedic Association. -Dr. Ranawat discusses his passion for family and traditions in hunting and fishing. Find out more about Dr. Amar Ranawat here.
CME Evolution in the Structured Heliosphere and Effects at Earth and Mars During Solar Minimum by Erika Palmerio et al. on Tuesday 13 September The activity of the Sun alternates between a solar minimum and a solar maximum, the former corresponding to a period of "quieter" status of the heliosphere. During solar minimum, it is in principle more straightforward to follow eruptive events and solar wind structures from their birth at the Sun throughout their interplanetary journey. In this paper, we report analysis of the origin, evolution, and heliospheric impact of a series of solar transient events that took place during the second half of August 2018, i.e. in the midst of the late declining phase of Solar Cycle 24. In particular, we focus on two successive coronal mass ejections (CMEs) and a following high-speed stream (HSS) on their way towards Earth and Mars. We find that the first CME impacted both planets, whilst the second caused a strong magnetic storm at Earth and went on to miss Mars, which nevertheless experienced space weather effects from the stream interacting region (SIR) preceding the HSS. Analysis of remote-sensing and in-situ data supported by heliospheric modelling suggests that CME--HSS interaction resulted in the second CME rotating and deflecting in interplanetary space, highlighting that accurately reproducing the ambient solar wind is crucial even during "simpler" solar minimum periods. Lastly, we discuss the upstream solar wind conditions and transient structures responsible for driving space weather effects at Earth and Mars. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.05760v1
Observation of Alfven wave in ICME-HSS interaction region by Omkar Dhamane et al. on Monday 12 September The Alfv'en wave (AW) is the most common fluctuation present within the emitted solar wind from the Sun. Moreover, the interaction between interplanetary coronal mass ejection (ICME) and high-speed stream (HSS) has been observed on several occasions. However, can such interaction generate an AW? What will be the nature of AW in such a scenario remains an open question. To answer it, we have investigated an ICME-HSS interaction event observed on 21st October 1999 at 1 AU by Wind spacecraft. We have used the Wal'en test to identify AW and estimated Elsasser variables to find the characteristics of the AWs. We explicitly find that ICME were dominant with Sunward AWs, whereas the trailing HSS has strong anti-Sunward AW. We suggest that the ICME-HSS interaction deforms the MC of the ICME, resulting in the AWs inside the MC. In addition, the existence of reconnection within the ICME early stage can also be the leading cause of the origin of AW within it. arXiv: http://arxiv.org/abs/http://arxiv.org/abs/2209.04682v1
This episode is brought to you by Provider Solutions and Development, the leaders in physician and APC recruitment that deliver top-tier candidates for the right roles. Visit info.PSDconnect.org/outcomesrocket to start the conversation today, and get tailored support, dedicated recruitment, and efforts that lead to provider retention and longevity. Welcome to the weekly summary of what happened this week in the Outcomes Rocket Network! We got incredible episodes, and here's what we got: For Marketing Mondays, Andreea Borcea, had Bobbi Hamilton, CEO of Chi Universe and creator of the Chi Yoga Mats and game, Listen here. The SONSIEL Podcast, had Chuck Sacco, Drexel University's Associate Dean for Strategy and Innovation with the Charles Close School of Entrepreneurship, over to tell us how Nursing and Entrepreneurship have been brought together through an incredible program, Listen here. On the Future of Global Informatics, TJ Southern had Sheena Rogers on the show talking about all things data interoperability, Listen here. Memora Health Care Delivery Podcast is back with Manav Sevak showcasing Dr. Aaron Gerber, from Reimagine Care, a company that works tirelessly to make Oncology Care more affordable, accessible, and home-centered. Listen here. LabOps Leadership Podcast, hosted by Samantha Black, interviews Jay Stella, the Senior VP at Akouos, about the importance of having people with different skills working in operations. Tune in here. On our main podcast, the Outcomes Rocket Podcast, Saul had the pleasure of speaking with Jordan Harmon, the Chief Innovation and Commercialization Officer & VP at the Hospital for Special Surgery, to discuss pushing the musculoskeletal boundaries in the life sciences, devices, and care delivery at HSS and more. Listen here!
Let's talk deeply about the cost of care, delivery, and innovation. In this episode of the Outcomes Rocket, we have the pleasure of introducing Jordan Harmon, the Chief Innovation and Commercialization Officer & VP at the Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS)! He shares how the HSS is always pushing the musculoskeletal boundaries in the life sciences, devices, and care delivery when they take to fruition the idea of any of their scientists. Jordan reflects on how the pandemic influenced and affected medical innovation, specifically at HSS, and how their team adjusted the institution's protocols and spaces to deliver care. He also chats about medical innovation, how creative it can be, and where HSS is going in the future. Tune in and enjoy a short and sweet talk about delivering care through innovation! Click this link to the show notes, transcript, and resources: outcomesrocket.health
This episode features Molly Gamble, Vice President of Editorial at Becker's Healthcare. Here, she discusses leadership changes in major health systems, the HSS shifting costs from COVID-19 vaccines, treatments, & tests to the commercial market, pharmaceutical giants slamming Medicare drug price negotiations, and more.
In this episode of the Brawn Body Health and Fitness Podcast, Dan is joined by Dr. Sabrina Strickland from Hospital for Special Surgery to discuss common knee injuries and surgical interventions, including ACL tears, patellar instability, patellar tracking issues, osteoarthritis of the knee, injections for knee pain, skiing injuries, and more! Dr. Sabrina Strickland is board certified in sports medicine and orthopedic surgery at HSS, where she specializes in patellofemoral surgery for instability, cartilage disease, ACL and meniscal surgery and shoulder surgery. She completed her residency and fellowship in sports medicine at HSS after completing medical school at Rush in Chicago. Prior to that, Dr. Strickland received her BA from Cornell University. Currently, Dr. Strickland is an associate professor of orthopedic surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College. She retired from her part-time position as the Chief of Orthopedics at the VA in 2012 after seven years of service. Dr. Strickland is also the co-founder of the HSS Patellofemoral Center Dr. Strickland is a member of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America. Her research focuses on the knee joint, specifically cartilage transplants, patellofemoral arthritis and instability, and ACL and meniscal repair. Prior to pursuing her medical career, Dr. Strickland was a ski instructor during college at Stratton and spent a year skiing in Crested Butte, Colorado where she still has a home. She has 3 daughters who all ski raced and now one is graduating from Hotchkiss and going to Boston College next year, one is graduating from Berkshire and going to Cornell and a third who is finishing up her sophomore year at Cornell. In her spare time, Dr. Strickland enjoys skiing, hiking near her home in Salisbury, CT, and paddle boarding on Twin Lakes. For more on Dr. Strickland, you can find her at https://www.hss.edu/physicians_strickland-sabrina.asp or by visiting her website https://sabrinastrickland.com/ To keep up to date with everything we are currently doing on the podcast, be sure to subscribe and follow @brawnbody on social media! Episode Sponsors: CTM Band- https://ctm.band/collections/ctm-band coupon code "BRAWN10" = 10% off! TRX- trxtraining.com coupon code "TRX20BRAWN" = 20% off Red Light Therapy through Hooga Health: hoogahealth.com coupon code "brawn" = 12% off Ice shaker affiliate link: https://www.iceshaker.com?sca_ref=1520881.zOJLysQzKe Training Mask: "BRAWN" = 20% off at checkout https://www.trainingmask.com?sca_ref=2486863.iestbx9x1n Make sure you SHARE this episode with a friend who could benefit from the information we shared! Check out everything Dan is up to, including blog posts, fitness programs, and more by clicking here: https://linktr.ee/brawnbodytraining Liked this episode? Leave a 5-star review on your favorite podcast platform! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/daniel-braun/support
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Dr. Michael Ast is an internationally renowned orthopedic surgeon and the Chief Medical Innovation Officer for the Hospital for Special Surgery. In this episode, Dr. Ast discusses his new CMIO role at HHS, his background as a former gymnast, and his guiding principles for driving healthcare innovation towards the speed of technology innovation to better serve patients. JUMP STRAIGHT INTO: (03:47) - Dr. Ast reflects on his time as a gymnast - “You wanna make everyone great. And so it was an interesting thing that I learned sort of the hard way through a patient's experience when I was 14 years old”. (07:15) - How Dr. Ast's residency years got him interested in entrepreneurship - “I found myself asking questions like When you're a doctor how much money do you make? And I got one of two responses either: ‘Oh my gosh, no one's ever asked me that before, we don't talk about that stuff. Or: ‘Learn to be a doctor. The rest will be fine'.” (13:22) - The mission to spread high-quality medical knowledge on a mass scale - “You look at these Twitter threads and it's fascinating because a complicated case gets posted and 15 people respond and they're all a little different.” (17:46) - Dr. Ast on the obstacles he faced at the beginning of his entrepreneurial journey - “I had two options I could just give up or I could really push for it and see what happens. So I did what people will jokingly say I always do when I have a new idea: I made a PowerPoint presentation.” (29:49) - Discussing the intense fear of failure among the healthcare professionals and Dr. Ast's return to HSS - “HSS has a Michelin chef. The food is great. You couldn't pay a million dollars for the view from the patient rooms of the Easter river of HSS. It's perfect. Patients never wanted to leave, until they learned that hospitals aren't great places for healthy people.” (33:17) - “Make sure you're having fun with it”: The keys to acquiring patience as a physician and an innovator - “When you're doing something that you enjoy, you're gonna keep doing it, even if you fail.” (35:25) - What it means for Dr. Ast to become Chief Medical Innovation Officer for HSS - “It's built on these sort of four fundamental pillars, right? It's clinical excellence, education, research, and innovation. And the way I think of innovation's role at an institution like ours is to learn from those other three and see where we can make things better.” (40:56) - Dr. Michael Ast's favorite pizza - “There's always this New York City vs Chicago thing. That's a separate debate. Obviously, New York City Pizza is s better than Chicago pizza.” EPISODE RESOURCES: Connect with Dr. Michael Ast on https://www.linkedin.com/in/michael-ast-603b323b/ (LinkedIn) Learn more about https://www.hss.edu/ (Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS)) Thank you for listening! Don't forget to subscribe, rate and share the show wherever you listen to podcasts! The Slice is produced by Sterling Shore and Rachael Roberts at https://www.studiopodsf.com/ (StudioPod Media), and Shauna Davis at https://www.ossovr.com/ (Osso VR). Engineered by https://nodalab.com/ (nodalab).
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This episode is brought to you by TrackableMed. To find out more about TrackableMed, go to https://www.trackablemed.com/. This is a fantastic episode with Dr. Michael Ast, who has amazing energy and an infectious personality, you can't help but listen to what he has to say. Dr. Michael P. Ast is an Orthopedic Surgeon and Chief Medical Innovation Officer at HSS focusing on rapid-recovery, short-stay and outpatient joint replacement surgery including primary, complex and revision total joint replacement. His training includes minimally invasive hip and knee replacement, partial knee replacement, robotic surgery and computer assisted surgery. Topics include: -He was born and raised on blue-collar Staten island. He was a gymnast, starting at 5 years old, and attended a Division I school at Temple University. It was in his time in gymnastics when he decided to become an orthopedic surgeon. He was accepted into medical school right out of high school and was part of a 7-year program. He completed his Medical Degree at Temple University School of Medicine and returned to New York for his residency training in orthopedic surgery at North Shore-Long Island Jewish Medical Center and a fellowship in Adult Reconstruction and Joint Replacement surgery at HSS. Before returning to HSS, he previously developed and directed one of the largest and most successful outpatient joint replacement programs in the northeast. -Dr. Ast says life is all about relationships. Don't be afraid to network and meet people. Learn from mentors in the community and do behind-the-scenes things to elevate your game. -How did he make the decision to go back to NYC? He initially thought they were kidding when they asked him to join HSS. Joking aside, Dr. Ast stayed in touch with his mentors to make the connection to get him back to NYC. Tune-in to hear how he was able to build his patient base after feeling like a " teeny-tiny fish in the largest pond in the universe." -Dr. Ast describes his role as the Chief Medical Innovation Officer at HSS. Dr. Ast helps surgeons, who are by nature innovative, harness their ideas and figure out how to get it across the finish line to improve patient care. He describes "inside-out and outside-in" with homegrown innovation or inversely, someone bringing an idea to HSS to help get it to market. -He closes out the interview with great advice to listeners thinking about innovation. For any back of a napkin ideas, snap pictures on your phone since it has timestamp. Find out more about Dr. Michael Ast here.
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Featuring Rick Blanco, CIO, Texas Health & Human Services Connect w/ Rick: LinkedIn Sponsor: The TechTables Live Podcast Tour Join us for these small, intimate live podcast conversations across the U.S. July 22nd in Raleigh, North Carolina [This Friday!] September 23rd in Sacramento, California October 14th in Tallahassee, Florida Show Notes: Mission-driven recruitment: How leveraging Veterans transformed the Pandemic into the best recruitment season at HSS: 01:06- 2:34 “During the Pandemic, we had a lot of people transitioning from Afghanistan/Iraq/overseas, and they needed another mission. And we provided that.” 01:49 Value-added: how Veterans provided guidance, vision, and long term-minded Mission-driven talent recruitment at HHS 02:45- 6:06 The evolution of Mission from the Pandemic to now: 6:07- 7:30 “We probably know the difficulties and the challenges they face in providing those Direct Care services. I want them to focus on that care; I don't want them to focus on “Wi-fi is down,” “my laptop doesn't work,” or “I have an unstable network.” That's our role and responsibility…and we want to make sure that we continually serve that.” 07:03 How Rick's motto “Do not turn down opportunity” drove his journey from Networking Admin to HHS CIO: 07:31 - 11:31 “Do not turn down opportunities…” 08:10 “I've got five kids. Nothing scares me.” 09:41 “Keep your say-to-do ratio high; if you say you're going to do something, do it… People remember that.” 12:37-12:53 The art of crafting a good story : How to make relatable asks that get projects funded: 13:47 - 18:30 Q & A: Summer on hiring Veterans: 18:49 “Sometimes people during chaos want to gravitate towards the people that make them feel good and secure.” 21:30 Cory: Key insights from career? 21:55 Krishna: 23:30 Favorite activities to decompress? ---------------------- Want to dive deeper? Check out my episode on TechTables - https://www.techtables.com/ And if you're a CIO or technology leader interested in coming on TechTables, shoot me an email at email@example.com Thank you for supporting Levity Media LLC ❤️, a small business growing private and public sector technology communities through fun and engaging conversations with top technology leaders. Learn more about Joe Toste (me) at https://www.techtables.com/about/ See what episodes I'm creating at https://www.techtables.com/
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