Barry Davis is the CEO of Arkansas Methodist Medical Center. With over 600 employees, AMMC is a vital part of our community and overall quality of life in Paragould. Barry has been with the hospital for over 42 years, and in that time, he has seen his fair share of obstacles. However, his biggest challenge came in 2016 when he was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer and told he had 6 months to live. Mr. Davis's story is one you won't want to miss.
Thanks to advances in brain imaging, we can measure reading's structural and functional benefits. Dr. John Hutton, a pediatrician and assistant professor in the Division of General and Community Pediatrics at Cincinnati Children's Medical Center, joins us to talk about what we can learn from neuroimaging about how children's activities can affect their brain structure, and what probably helps — or hinders — children's development.
Heart health is just as important as Mental health, but how do they affect each other? Join Heather Klug, registered dietitian and Lisa Kropp, registered nurse as they discuss this topic with Behavioral Health Therapist at Aurora St. Luke's Medical Center, Dr. Lissandra Lopez-Valles, Psy.D. Keep up with your heart health and other heath topics in under 30 minutes with The Queen of Hearts Podcast.National Organizations for Mental Health Resources:National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - www.nami.orgPsychology Today - https://www.psychologytoday.com/usSuicide and Crisis Lifeline - Call 988
Welcome to the American Hospital Association's new podcast series #JustLead, a series highlighting how hospitals and health systems that have been recognized with AHA Awards for innovation, collaboration, and health equity, are transforming health care for their communities. One of the five programs recognized with a 2022 AHA Dick Davidson NOVA Award is The Doorway at Cheshire Medical Center, in Keene New Hampshire. The Doorway specializes in substance use disorder, finding new ways to reach out to and treat that vulnerable population. Nelson Hayden leads the program; and Laurie Butz-MeyerRose is a clinician at Doorway. The annual AHA Dick Davidson NOVA awards recognize the stars of this effort. The awards salute those programs that are helping to address many of our nation's most pressing health challenges while creating healthier communities and increasing well-being for their neighbors. By the way, the deadline for applications for the 2023 NOVA Award is November 16th. You can learn more at www.aha.org/nova.
After listening to this episode on Tetralogy of Fallot with Pulmonary Stenosis, learners should be able to:Recognize the relevant preoperative anatomy that influences operative plan and postoperative care in the cardiac intensive care unit (CICU).Recall the goals and general steps of operative repair.Recognize the key information provided in surgical and anesthesia handover that will affect postoperative management.Recognize the common and important postoperative complications and develop an approach to their management.Develop a mental framework of the expected postoperative CICU course with a focus on common or important barriers to ICU discharge.About our guest:Dr. Laura Ortmann is an Associate Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine. She serves as the Medical Director of the Cardiovascular Intensive Care Unit at Children's Hospital and Medical Center in Omaha, Nebraska. She a CPR researcher and a great medical educator. She is a host on the Healing Hearts Podcast featuring her ongoing cardiac lesions series and produces MedEd videos on YouTube at DrOrtmannCICU. References:Ortmann LA, Keshary M, Bisselou KS, Kutty S, Affolter JT. Association Between Postoperative Dexmedetomidine Use and Arrhythmias in Infants After Cardiac Surgery. World J Pediatr Congenit Heart Surg. 2019 Jul;10(4):440-445. doi: 10.1177/2150135119842873. PMID: 31307294.How to support PedsCrit:Please rate and review on Spotify or Apple Podcasts!Donations are appreciated @PedsCrit on Venmo , you can also support us by becoming a patron on Patreon. 100% of funds go to supporting the show.Thank you for listening to this episode of PedsCrit. Please remember that all content during this episode is intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used as medical advice. The views expressed during this episode by hosts and our guests are their own and do not reflect the official position of their institutions. If you have any comments, suggestions, or feedback-you can email us at email@example.com. Check out http://www.pedscrit.com for detailed show notes. And visit @critpeds on twitter and @pedscrit on instagram for real time show updates.Support the show
In this episode, we are joined by Kelly Macken-Marble, Chief Executive Officer at Osceola Medical Center, to discuss transitioning her new role at Osceola, how inflation & staffing shortages are affecting strategy for rural healthcare, how she is looking at retail & tech giants coming into the healthcare space, and more.
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Freedom Broadcasters Livestream On Nov 1, Tuesday Guest: Dr. Carrie Madej Topic: Practicing The Truth In Medicine Bio: Dr. Carrie Madej is originally from Dearborn, Michigan and received her medical degree from Kansas City University of Medical Biosciences in 2001. She then completed her traditional internship at the The Medical Center in Columbus, Georgia and internal medicine residency at Mercer University in Macon Georgia. Dr. Madej served as a private clinician and medical director of clinics in Georgia until 2015. Dr. Madej also served as an attending physician for the Pennsylvania College of Osteopathic Medicine - Georgia Campus, where she mentored students in clinical applications of internal medicine for 8 years. She has served as a public speaker and was featured in the documentary, “The Marketing of Madness” about the overuse of prescription psychotropic medicines. Dr. Madej now dedicates her time educating others on vaccines, nanotechnology, and human rights via multiple platforms and speaking engagements. https://www.carriemadej.com/ Twitter: @DrMadej Instagram: fenixmeddr Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/carriemadej/ ======================================== What we Discussed: - What Really Happened in Her Plane Crash - Frequency Healing - Using Microscopes to See What is in the Vax - Side Effects from the Vax - Cyborgs and the Hidden Technology - 5G and frequency damage - What to do if you got the Jab - How you Should do Research - Trans-human Agenda - Who is behind the Agenda and more Interview Panel Grace Asagra ( From start to 17:29) Podcast: Quantum Nurse: Out of the Rabbit Hole from Stress to Bless www.quantumnurse.life Dr. Jayne Marquis, ND ( from 35:25 to 55:00) Podcast: INpowered https://linktr.ee/INpoweredhealth Roy Coughlan ( from 17:29 to 35:25) Podcast: AWAKENING https://www.awakeningpodcast.org/ ======================= More about Roy: All Podcasts + Coaching and Social Media https://bio.link/podcaster https://awakeningpodcast.org/ Video https://www.bitchute.com/channel/y2XWI0VCPVqX/
Gratitude Meditation for Healthcare Providers Join Dr. Hope Voto, DO, a pediatric physical medicine and rehabilitation physician at Children's Hospital and Medical Center, as she takes you through a guided meditation for healthcare providers to explore and delve into feelings of gratitude. Children's Hospital and Medical Center is grateful for our many clinical and non-clinical team members that live out our mission daily. Background music is a royalty free song.
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Originally from Harlingen, Texas, Dr. Roderick Capelo received his Bachelor of Arts in Biology at The University of Texas at Austin, then attended medical school at UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. He completed his Orthopedic Surgery internship and residency at John Peter Smith/Fort Worth Affiliated Hospitals in 2004. During his first 2 years of residency, he was unsure what aspect of orthopedic surgery was right for him. His first rotation outside of John Peter Smith Hospital was in Pediatric Orthopedics at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, and he immediately found his calling. Within his first week on that rotation, Dr. Capelo knew that caring for children was his passion. Upon dedicating himself to treating children, he underwent specialized training in Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery. He completed his fellowship training in Pediatric Orthopedics at Rady Children's Hospital in San Diego. Dr. Capelo co-founded Pediatric Sports and Spine Associates in 2006. He has lived in the DFW Metroplex for over 20 years. He and his wife, Renee, have 2 daughters and a son. He enjoys spending time with his family, reading and listening to books on personal development, traveling, cooking, jogging, and working out. He and his family have lived in Colleyville since 2013. Dr. Capelo is Board Certified in Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery and is a Diplomat of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons. 2:50 - Roderick's childhood dream of being an Orthopedic Surgeon 3:30 - How a patient at Dallas Children's Hospital changed Roderick 4:50 - Out of control and wanting to quit 6:45 - Finding Real Estate investing 8:20 - Importance of Mentors and Masterminds 13:50 - Roderick's first deal in 2017 15:40 - The importance of asking for help 16:45 - Deals gone bad 19:00 - Becoming a General Partner 21:20 - Advice for working with investors 24:15 - Never put “only” and $100,000 in the same sentence 27:45 - Passive income and options 29:00 - Planning for financial freedom 32:30 - Multi-family investments 35:30 - Finding the time 38:15 - Connecting with Roderick
Quantum Nurse www.quantumnurse.life presents Freedom International Livestream On Nov 1, Tuesday @ 12:00 PM EST 6:00 PM UK 7:00 PM Germany Guest: Dr. Carrie Madej Topic: Practicing The Truth In Medicine https://www.carriemadej.com/ Bio: Dr. Carrie Madej is originally from Dearborn, Michigan and received her medical degree from Kansas City University of Medical Biosciences in 2001. She then completed her traditional internship at the The Medical Center in Columbus, Georgia and internal medicine residency at Mercer University in Macon Georgia. Dr. Madej served as a private clinician and medical director of clinics in Georgia until 2015. Dr. Madej also served as an attending physician for the Pennsylvania College of Osteopathic Medicine - Georgia Campus, where she mentored students in clinical applications of internal medicine for 8 years. She has served as a public speaker and was featured in the documentary, “The Marketing of Madness” about the overuse of prescription psychotropic medicines. Dr. Madej now dedicates her time educating others on vaccines, nanotechnology, and human rights via multiple platforms and speaking engagements. Twitter: @DrMadej Instagram: fenixmeddr Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/channel/carriemadej/ Interview Panel Grace Asagra, RN MA (Holistic Nurse, US, originally from the Phil) Podcast: Quantum Nurse: Out of the Rabbit Hole from Stress to Bless www.quantumnurse.life Quantum Nurse - Bichute https://www.bitchute.com/channel/nDjE6Ciyg0ED/ Quantum Nurse – Apple https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/quantum-nurse-out-of-the-rabbit-hole-from-stress-to-bliss/id1522579988 Quantum Nurse Earth Heroes TVhttp://www.earthheroestv.com/categories/the-freedom-broadcasters?via=grace Quantum Nurse Rumble https://rumble.com/c/c-764837 Quantum Nurse Podbean https://graceasagra.podbean.com Dr. Jayne Marquis, ND Podcast: INpowered https://linktr.ee/INpoweredhealth Roy Coughlan Podcast: AWAKENING https://www.awakeningpodcast.org/
Dr. Rankin is a board-certified plastic surgeon and the founder of Aqua Plastic Surgery, Chief of Plastic Surgery at St. Mary's Medical Center in Florida. He is one of the country's leading experts on explants and breast implant illnesses. In this episode, we dive deep into: What is breast implant illness; The process of getting your implants removed; What to look for when choosing your explant surgeon; Post-op expectations; And many more! Find Dr. Rankin here: https://instagram.com/davidrankinmd https://davidrankinmd.com/ Product Links: Fullscript - get 15% off of professional-grade supplements --> https://us.fullscript.com/welcome/rsmith1610125615 US Wellness Meats: https://www.kqzyfj.com/click-100223128-13964759 Reach out to Rachel here: Instagram & Tik Tok: @Naturalhealthrising Website: https://naturalhealthrising.com/ Book a free consultation with Rachel here: https://link.coachmatixmail.com/widget/appointment/rachelsmith/healthconsultation FREE 3-day nutrition & detox guide: https://www.naturalhealthrising.net/energy-reboot-plan --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rachel-smith11/support
This episode features Lynn A. Fulton, President at OSF St. Joseph Medical Center Bloomington. Here, she discusses the pandemic accelerating positive disruption in healthcare, her favorite technology & software OSF is currently utilizing, her focus on staffing, and more.
A massage therapist accidentally finds an electrical wire running down their client's neck, alongside their SCM—surprise! It turns out to be a deep brain stimulation (DBS) device to help treat Parkinson's disease. DBS can also be used to treat a handful of other conditions, and treating more conditions continues to be investigated. So the chance you could have a client with a DBS device is higher than ever. How do we do that safely? Listen to this episode of “I Have a Client Who . . . ” for more. Sponsors: Books of Discovery: www.booksofdiscovery.com Advanced-Trainings: www.advanced-trainings.com Host Bio: Ruth Werner is a former massage therapist, a writer, and an NCBTMB-approved continuing education provider. She wrote A Massage Therapist's Guide to Pathology, now in its seventh edition, which is used in massage schools worldwide. Werner is also a long-time Massage & Bodywork columnist, most notably of the Pathology Perspectives column. Werner is also ABMP's partner on Pocket Pathology, a web-based app and quick reference program that puts key information for nearly 200 common pathologies at your fingertips. Werner's books are available at www.booksofdiscovery.com. And more information about her is available at www.ruthwerner.com. Recent Articles by Ruth: “Unpacking the Long Haul,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, January/February 2022, page 35, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1439667-january-february-2022/36. “Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy and Massage Therapy,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, September/October 2021, page 33, http://www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1402696-september-october-2021/34. “Pharmacology Basics for Massage Therapists,” Massage & Bodywork magazine, July/August 2021, page 32, www.massageandbodyworkdigital.com/i/1384577-july-august-2021/34. Resources: Pocket Pathology: https://www.abmp.com/abmp-pocket-pathology-app Image of Deep Brain Stimulation: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Deep_Brain_Stimulation.jpg Deep Brain Stimulation (2021). Available at: https://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/treatment-tests-and-therapies/deep-brain-stimulation (Accessed: 26 October 2022). Deep Brain Stimulation – Advantages, Risks and Conditions Treated (no date a). Available at: https://www.aans.org/ (Accessed: 25 October 2022). Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) FAQ | Boston Scientific (no date) www.dbsandme.com. Available at: https://www.dbsandme.com/en/support-and-resources/faq.html (Accessed: 26 October 2022). Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS): What It Is, Purpose & Procedure (no date) Cleveland Clinic. Available at: https://my.clevelandclinic.org/health/treatments/21088-deep-brain-stimulation (Accessed: 26 October 2022). Franchina, P. (2019) ‘Deep brain stimulation and swimming', American Parkinson Disease Association, 4 December. Available at: https://www.apdaparkinson.org/article/deep-brain-stimulation-and-swimming/ (Accessed: 26 October 2022). ‘Life after deep brain stimulation – eParkinsonPost' (no date). Available at: https://parkinsonpost.com/life-after-deep-brain-stimulation/ (Accessed: 26 October 2022). St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center, Phoenix (2022) Exercise in Advanced Parkinson's Disease (PD) With Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS). Clinical trial registration NCT05204680. clinicaltrials.gov. Available at: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05204680 (Accessed: 25 October 2022). What you need to know about deep brain stimulation (DBS) | News (2020). Available at: https://news.llu.edu/patient-care/what-you-need-know-about-deep-brain-stimulation-dbs (Accessed: 26 October 2022). About our Sponsor: About Til Luchau and Advanced-Trainings.com: As a Certified Advanced Rolfer™, Til was on the faculty of the Dr. Ida Rolf Institute® for 20 years, where he served as Coordinator and Faculty Chair of the Foundations of Rolfing Structural Integration program. The author of the Advanced Myofascial Techniques textbook series (which has been translated into 6 languages), his regular Myofascial Techniques and Somatic Edge columns have been featured in Massage & Bodywork magazine since 2009, and (along with Whitney Lowe) he co-hosts the popular Thinking Practitioner Podcast. He is the Director of Advanced-Trainings.com which since 1985 has offered short, credit-approved professional trainings and certification for manual therapists of all types, in person and online. Website: Advanced-Trainings.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Facebook: facebook.com/Advanced.Trainings1/ Instagram: instagram.com/tilluchau YouTube: youtube.com/user/AdvancedTrainings
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Valerie Brutus, a Breast Surgical Oncologist at St. Vincent's Medical Center of Hartford HealthCare, spoke with Oncology Data Advisor about the risks for breast cancer in transgender individuals. Dr. Brutus shares the importance of starting the conversation about individualized risk assessment to provide the most appropriate screening recommendations and personalized care for every patient.
With COVID still a concern and the flu season now underway and showing signs it could be severe, there's a third virus that's surging and has physicians worried about a potential "tri-demic" this winter. Pediatric hospitals are struggling to deal with cases of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. Dr. Juan Salazar of Connecticut Children's Medical Center joined John Yang to discuss the concerns. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
With COVID still a concern and the flu season now underway and showing signs it could be severe, there's a third virus that's surging and has physicians worried about a potential "tri-demic" this winter. Pediatric hospitals are struggling to deal with cases of respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV. Dr. Juan Salazar of Connecticut Children's Medical Center joined John Yang to discuss the concerns. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.org/newshour/about/funders
In honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Valerie Brutus, a Breast Surgical Oncologist at St. Vincent's Medical Center of Hartford HealthCare, spoke with Oncology Data Advisor to raise awareness about the reality that men can get breast cancer too. Dr. Brutus explains the risk factors and the conversations that men can have with their health care providers to understand their individual risks for breast cancer.
In this episode, Karin welcomes Sierra Bloodgood and Dr. Chris Harris to the show for, “More Than a Number.”Join Karin, Sierra, and Chris for a conversation on blind vs open weights, accessible alternatives to care, shame as a silencing mechanism, the benefits of virtual treatment, the rise of food insecurity, Sierra's recovery journey, the ClearStep numberless scale, and more!Dr. Harris is a licensed professional counselor with a mental health service designation with more than 15 years in the behavioral health field and is one of the original collaborators of the ClearStep scale. His research has focused on clinical compassion satisfaction and fatigue in mental health clinicians. He also has specialized training in treating Eating Disorders, Substance Use Disorders, and Trauma.Sierra Bloodgood is the CEO of Brewbike, founder of Sonder Built, and advisory board member for ClearStep. She is also an advocate for eating disorder recovery and awareness after receiving residential treatment at Oliver-Pyatt Centers and outpatient therapy at the Medical Center for Eating Disorders with Dr. Edward Tyson. Sierra believes recovery is possible and is committed to helping others achieve freedom from eating disorders.Learn more about ClearStep online at myclearstep.com and on Instagram.
Bethany Garth, the Executive Director of First Choice Women's Medical Center, a pro-life pregnancy care center with two locations in Montgomery, discussed the effect of the Dobbs decision by the U.S. Supreme Court, overturning Roe v. Wade on First Choice. She also previewed the Celebration of Life Gala on November 3, 2022 at the Renaissance in downtown Montgomery. You can learn more at supportfirstchoice.org or firstchoicemontgomery.com.
In this latest Breast Cancer Awareness Month interview, Dr. Elizabeth Stirling Craig, Director of Microvascular Breast Reconstruction at St. Vincent's Medical Center of Hartford HealthCare, explains the microsurgical techniques that she performs as a breast reconstructive surgeon and shares the importance of providing patients with a clear picture of the reconstructive options that are available to them.
We welcomed Tonya Smith to the show today. Tonya was recently (in September) named Valley Health Senior Vice President of Acute Care and President of Winchester Medical Center (WMC). Our conversation is part of our community health partnership with Valley Health where we talk each month with administrators, physicians, and other Valley Health staff about health topics, events, and the community. Tony gave us a bit of insight into her background. She is happy to have returned to the Shenandoah Valley and returned to Valley Health. She had previously served as Vice President of Operations and Ancillary Services at WMC before leaving for Munson Healthcare in Cadillac, Michigan in 2015. She is the first female president of Winchester Medical Center. We discussed the unique challenges facing the healthcare system in the wake of the pandemic. She explained the need for increased training programs, staffing shortages, and supply chain issues. We also talked about the recent lawsuit filed by Valley Health against Anthem in an effort to recoup millions in past-due reimbursements.
Called visionaries, described as "larger-than-life" leaders, Kenneth Langone and Dr. Robert Grossman talk about the restructuring and transformation of NYU's traditional medical school and hospital to an integrated medical center. Guests describe the NYU Grossman Medical School's free tuition, three-year medical program and the ambulatory based system, named the #1 Hospital in New York.
In 2021, there were 1,570 visits at Cook Children's Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas. Jamye Coffman, M.D., is the medical director of the Child Advocacy Resources and Evaluation (C.A.R.E.) Team at Cook Children's. On this episode of Raising Joy, she talks to us about her work as a pediatrician dedicated to treating victims of physical and sexual abuse, neglect and drug exposure. Dr. Coffman also shares about the increase in patients being targeted by predators online and how parents can help protect their children.
#JustLead is a new AHA's podcast series highlighting how hospitals and health systems that have been recognized with AHA Awards for innovation, collaboration, and health equity are transforming health care for their communities. Ochsner Medical Center in New Orleans was a 2022 finalist for AHA's Quest for Quality Prize, presented annually to honor leadership and innovation in achieving high-quality health care and advancing health in communities. In this podcast, Dr. Armin Schubert, vice president for medical affairs, and Dr. Ryan Truxillo, a family medicine specialist, discuss how Ochsner confronted the problem of patient deterioration and made process changes that resulted in dramatic improvement over a two-year period. Apply for the 2023 Quest for Quality Award at www.aha.org/questforquality
ECMO Anticoagulation with Dr. Ali McMichael and Dr. Lisa Settle--Part 2After listening to this series, learners should be able to:Briefly describe neonatal and pediatric developmental hemostasis. Recognize the key differences in anticoagulation of neonates, children and adults.Describe the advantages and disadvantages of commonly used anticoagulants: unfractionated heparin, bivalirudin and argatroban.Describe common laboratory testing for anticoagulation on ECMO and their limitations: ACT, aPTT, anti Xa, VHAsTroubleshoot discrepant anticoagulation laboratory testing. Discuss future research in ECMO and anticoagulation About our guests:Dr. Ali McMichael who was previously with us here in Dallas is now an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Arizona and a pediatric intensivist at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Her interests include medical education and ECMO anticoagulation. She is the first author of the 2021 ELSO Adult and Pediatric anticoagulation guidelines.Dr. Lisa Settle is a pediatric critical care fellow at UT Southwestern and Children's Medical Center in Dallas. Her research interests include anticoagulation management in ECMO, specifically focusing on the utilization of TEG data in the neonatal ECMO population.References:Levy JH, Staudinger T, Steiner ME. How to manage anticoagulation during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Intensive Care Med. 2022 Jun 11:1–4. doi: 10.1007/s00134-022-06723-z. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35689697; PMCID: PMC9187844.McMichael ABV, Ryerson LM, Ratano D, Fan E, Faraoni D, Annich GM. 2021 ELSO Adult and Pediatric Anticoagulation Guidelines. ASAIO J. 2022 Mar 1;68(3):303-310. doi: 10.1097/MAT.0000000000001652. PMID: 35080509.Ryerson LM, McMichael ABV. Bivalirudin in pediatric extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Curr Opin Pediatr. 2022 Jun 1;34(3):255-260. doi: 10.1097/MOP.0000000000001131. PMID: 35634698.Saini A, Spinella PC. Management of anticoagulation and hemostasis for pediatric extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Clin Lab Med. 2014 Sep;34(3):655-73. doi: 10.1016/j.cll.2014.06.014. Epub 2014 Jul 24. PMID: 25168949.How to support PedsCrit:Please rate and review on Spotify or Apple Podcasts!Donations are appreciated @PedsCrit on Venmo , you can also support us by becoming a patron on Patreon. 100% of funds go to supporting the show.Thank you for listening to this episode of PedsCrit. Please remember that all content during this episode is intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used as medical advice. The views expressed during this episode by hosts and our guests are their own and do not reflect the official position of their institutions. If you have any comments, suggestions, or feedback-you can email us at email@example.com. Check out http://www.pedscrit.com for detailed show notes. And visit @critpeds on twitter and @pedscrit on instagram for real time show updates.Support the show
It's Wednesday, October 12th, A.D. 2022. This is The Worldview in 5 Minutes heard at www.TheWorldview.com. I'm Adam McManus. (Adam@TheWorldview.com) By Jonathan Clark The danger of being a Christian in Communist China International Christian Concern released their Chinese persecution incident report for July 2021 through June 2022. China's government is intensifying its crackdown on state-authorized churches and underground churches: “There is no longer a safe place to be a Christian in China.” The report documented 32 cases of arrests and detainments, five raids on Christian schools, and 20 cases of officials inserting Chinese Communist Party messaging into churches. Given the limited flow of information from China, the real number of incidents is likely much higher. Worldwide economic decline The International Monetary Fund forecasts global economic growth to slow from 6% in 2021 to 3.2% in 2022 and 2.7% in 2023. Meanwhile, the IMF expects global inflation to rise from 4.7% in 2021 to 8.8% in 2022, but to decline to 6.5% in 2023. The International Monetary Fund report stated, “The worst is yet to come, and for many people, 2023 will feel like a recession.” Australia's hostility to Christians Last Monday, one of Australia's leading sports teams named a new CEO, 57-year-old Andrew Thorburn. However, a day later, the Essendon Football Club had already ejected Thorburn over his Christian faith. He is a member of an Australian-based Evangelical church, City on a Hill. The church opposes sexually perverted lifestyles and abortion. Thorburn wrote in a statement, “Today, it became clear to me that my personal Christian faith is not tolerated or permitted in the public square . . . I was being required to compromise beyond a level that my conscience allowed.” Psalm 40:4 says, “Blessed is that man who makes the LORD his trust, and does not respect the proud, nor turn aside to lies.” Medical center pauses transgender surgeries on minors Last Friday, a medical center in Nashville, Tennessee announced it will pause body-mutilating surgeries on minors. Thanks to the leadership of Republican Tennessee state Rep. Jason Zachary, Tennessee House Republicans called for Vanderbilt University Medical Center to immediately halt the transgender surgeries. Lawmakers are demanding an investigation into the medical center following an expose on it by The Daily Wire's Matt Walsh, the author of the book entitled What Is a Woman?: One Man's Journey to Answer the Question of a Generation. In an interview on Mike Huckabee's show last week, Walsh said the medical center is destroying children's health for money. WALSH: “They are performing double mastectomies on minor girls as young as 16 years old to try to masculinize them, and turn them into boys. They're giving drugs to kids as young as 13, irreversible cross hormone drugs. They're giving so-called puberty blockers, which are chemical castration drugs, to kids even younger than that. “We also found videos where they have one doctor who's very proudly talking about how one of the reasons they got into this business is because there's lots of money to be made. And, in fact, she said it's a big moneymaker.” Dozens of abortion mills have stopped baby-killing In the 100 days following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, the Guttmacher Institute reports dozens of abortions mills have stopped murdering unborn babies. Across 15 states with near-total or six-week abortion bans, 66 locations have stopped doing abortions, and 26 of those locations have shut down entirely. Before the Supreme Court Dobbs decision, the 15 states had 79 locations doing abortions. As of October 2, there were 13, all located in the state of Georgia. Study on Bible, Jesus, and teens reveals good and bad news And finally, Barna released a new survey on what teens around the world think about Jesus and the Bible. At 46%, the top perception of Jesus by teens was that He offers hope to people. However, only 23% of teens said they have a personal relationship with Jesus. On the subject of the Bible, less than 40% of teens said the Bible connects with their everyday life. However, 80% of Bible-engaged teens connected the Bible with their life's meaning and purpose. 1 Timothy 4:12 says, “Let no one despise your youth, but be an example to the believers in word, in conduct, in love, in spirit, in faith, in purity.” Close And that's The Worldview in 5 Minutes on this Wednesday, October 12th, in the year of our Lord 2022. Subscribe by iTunes or email to our unique Christian newscast at www.TheWorldview.com. Or get the Generations app through Google Play or The App Store. I'm Adam McManus (Adam@TheWorldview.com). Seize the day for Jesus Christ.
OSF Saint Luke Medical Center is ready with your COVID-19 Booster Shot and your flu shot. Brittany Boston with OSF Saint Luke Medical Center's Clinic joined Samantha Rux as a guest on Monday's edition of Wake Up Tri-Counties to invite residents of the surrounding area to make an appointment that OSF Saint Luke Medical Center clinic to get your Flu Shot and or your COVID-19 Bivalent Booster Shot. Brittany reminds everyone that it is perfectly safe to get both the COVID-19 Booster and the Flu Shot at the same time without worry of a bad reaction. Make an appointment for your Flu Shot and or COVID-19 Booster shot via OSF MyChart.
Our guest, Dr. Mo Halawi, is an Orthopaedic Surgeon at Baylor College of Medicine, an Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Chief Quality Officer for Musculoskeletal Services at Baylor's St. Luke's Medical Center. Current surgical databases control for differences in demographic, comorbidity and perioperative factors, but lack data on social determinants of health. Surgical databases play an important role in the patient outcomes following a surgery but many factors nationwide are not captured. Dr. Halawi and colleagues led a series of six studies presenting a comprehensive overview of racial and ethnic health disparities for those receiving joint replacement surgeries. The Baylor team's findings showed lower outcomes continue to occur among minorities. Recent data points to the need for greater understanding of the social factors that may impact patient outcomes. Those factors include language, education level, income, transportation or care access, living environment and caregiver support, as well as an assessment of the outcomes from surgery from the patient's perspective and require interventions to be addressed differently. While disparities occur, there's hope for the future as Baylor found the two minority groups experiencing the most disparities, Blacks and Hispanics, when analyzed over time and with interventions showed positive trends in terms of procedure utilization, health profiles and outcomes.
Entrevista con Larry Connell Director de VA Providence Healthcare System conocido popularmente como el hospital de los veteranos. El Dr. Jose Polanco Chief of Primary Care participa en la entrevista interpretando al español las palabras del director Connell.Mas informacion sobre el VA Providence Healthcare System seleccionando el siguiente link:https://www.va.gov/providence-health-care/About usAt the VA Providence Health care system, we're dedicated to improving the lives of Veterans and their families every day.About VA Providence Healthcare System The VA Providence Health care system is one of the leading health care systems serving Veterans in the VA New England Health care system. We're an innovative care center within the VA New England Healthcare System (VISN 1), which includes medical centers and clinics in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Vermont, and Rhode Island. The Providence Medical Center is dedicated to providing high quality comprehensive outpatient and inpatient health care to Veterans residing in Rhode Island and southeastern Massachusetts. Each Veteran who comes to the medical center for care is assured personalized care by a team of health care providers. A Primary Care Provider coordinates each patient's medical care, patient education needs and referrals to any of the medical centers 32 subspecialty clinics. The Medical Center's Ambulatory Care Program is supported by a general medical, surgical, and psychiatric inpatient facility fully-accredited by the Joint Commission. The medical center delivers a broad range of services in medicine, surgery, and behavioral sciences and is currently operating 73 beds. Veterans can also avail themselves of primary care and some specialty services at the VA Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOC) in New Bedford, MA, Hyannis, MA, and in Middletown, RI.The Providence Health care system has approximately 150 board certified physicians and more than 1,500 full-time equivalent employees who complete the health care delivery team of professional, technical, administrative, and support personnel.Nationally and internationally recognized clinical research activities enhance patient care in health services, dermatology, mental health treatment, pulmonary/vascular, rehabilitation, post-traumatic stress disorder, and alcoholism and drug abuse.Learn more about VISN 1 Fast factsIn 2020, the VA Providence Healthcare System renovated the Jonathan H. Harwood U.S. Army Reserve Center in Providence to accommodate our growing research programs. We serve Veterans in Rhode Island and in Bristol, Plymouth, and Barnstable counties in Massachusetts. Providence VA Medical Center offers 32 subspecialty clinics to meet the needs of Veterans. Our medical center maintains 73 beds. We have 150 board-certified physicians and more than 1,500 full-time equivalent employees. Our research projects total more than $20 million in funding.
This live episode from the 7th annual Health IT + RCM Conference features Michael Saad, Senior Vice President and Chief Information Officer at University of Tennessee Medical Center. Here, he discusses the evolving healthcare technology since the pandemic, what projects he's most excited about, and more.
The COVID-19 vaccine is one of the most exciting global health developments in recent history. What's also exciting are the key lessons learned from the national rollout of the vaccine -- knowledge that gives hope for a future of better health for all. In this episode, Dr. John Varbaro, chief medical officer at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, joins Kathy Cummings, director of communications for AHA's Health Research & Educational Trust, to reflect on key strategies and action steps that proved successful in getting shots into arms and overcoming barriers of access, trust and misinformation -- and the lessons learned that are moving health care forward.
Dr. Jaclyn Tomsic, MD is an Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon at Ohio's Center for Oral, Facial, and Implant Surgery. Dr. Tomsic completed her undergraduate studies at John Carroll University in University Heights, OH with a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and a minor in Biology, as well as earned her Doctor of Dental Medical Doctorate at Boston University Goldman School of Dental Medicine in Boston, MA. She also completed her oral and maxillofacial surgery training at the Detroit Medical Center in Detroit, MI, working at Level I trauma centers Detroit Receiving Hospital, Henry Ford Hospital, and St. John's Medical Center. She can share insights on jaw reconstruction, orthognathic surgery, facial plastic surgery, sleep apnea, TMJ, and dental issues. www.jaclyntomsic.com Instagram: @doctorjacci
This episode features Dr. Gian Varbaro, Chief Medical Officer at Bergen New Bridge Medical Center; Asst. Professor Rutgers NJMS; Chief Medical Advisor to Bergen County, NJ. Here, he discusses the role of a hospitalist, his focus on turning challenges into opportunities, the importance for emerging leaders to be empathic, and more.
ECMO Anticoagulation with Dr. Ali McMichael and Dr. Lisa Settle--Part 1After listening to this series, learners should be able to:Briefly describe neonatal and pediatric developmental hemostasis. Recognize the key differences in anticoagulation of neonates, children and adults.Describe the advantages and disadvantages of commonly used anticoagulants: unfractionated heparin, bivalirudin and argatroban.Describe common laboratory testing for anticoagulation on ECMO and their limitations: ACT, aPTT, anti Xa, VHAsTroubleshoot discrepant anticoagulation laboratory testing. Discuss future research in ECMO and anticoagulation About our guests:Dr. Ali McMichael who was previously with us here in Dallas is now an Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Arizona and a pediatric intensivist at Phoenix Children's Hospital. Her interests include medical education and ECMO anticoagulation. She is the first author of the 2021 ELSO Adult and Pediatric anticoagulation guidelines.Dr. Lisa Settle is a pediatric critical care fellow at UT Southwestern and Children's Medical Center in Dallas. Her research interests include anticoagulation management in ECMO, specifically focusing on the utilization of TEG data in the neonatal ECMO population.References:Levy JH, Staudinger T, Steiner ME. How to manage anticoagulation during extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Intensive Care Med. 2022 Jun 11:1–4. doi: 10.1007/s00134-022-06723-z. Epub ahead of print. PMID: 35689697; PMCID: PMC9187844.McMichael ABV, Ryerson LM, Ratano D, Fan E, Faraoni D, Annich GM. 2021 ELSO Adult and Pediatric Anticoagulation Guidelines. ASAIO J. 2022 Mar 1;68(3):303-310. doi: 10.1097/MAT.0000000000001652. PMID: 35080509.Ryerson LM, McMichael ABV. Bivalirudin in pediatric extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Curr Opin Pediatr. 2022 Jun 1;34(3):255-260. doi: 10.1097/MOP.0000000000001131. PMID: 35634698.Saini A, Spinella PC. Management of anticoagulation and hemostasis for pediatric extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. Clin Lab Med. 2014 Sep;34(3):655-73. doi: 10.1016/j.cll.2014.06.014. Epub 2014 Jul 24. PMID: 25168949.How to support PedsCrit:Please rate and review on Spotify or Apple Podcasts!Donations are appreciated @PedsCrit on Venmo , you can also support us by becoming a patron on Patreon. 100% of funds go to supporting the show.Thank you for listening to this episode of PedsCrit. Please remember that all content during this episode is intended for educational and entertainment purposes only. It should not be used as medical advice. The views expressed during this episode by hosts and our guests are their own and do not reflect the official position of their institutions. If you have any comments, suggestions, or feedback-you can email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out http://www.pedscrit.com for detailed show notes. And visit @critpeds on twitter and @pedscrit on instagram for real time show updates.Support the show
Today, I am joined by Dr. Andrew Campbell, a medical advisor for My Myco Lab, a laboratory dedicated to serum antibody testing for mycotoxins, as he shares multiple case studies in which patients have experienced exposure to mycotoxins and his hierarchy in treating the root cause of their symptoms. Key Takeaways Mold and mycotoxins are very prevalent in our external environment and possibly even within our household. Mycotoxins present themselves as a virus within our nasal passages and can lead to serious reactions, often mistaken for diseases. However, if you remove the root cause, and treat the mycotoxin exposure, your symptoms disappear. Dr. Campbell illustrates how to navigate from one extreme to the other in eliminating mold and mycotoxins with an immune system prepared for anything. About Dr. Andrew Campbell Dr. Andrew Campbell was educated in Switzerland where he graduated from preparatory school at age 14 and first in his class; he then completed college in 3 years. After graduating from medical school, Dr. Campbell trained at the Orlando Regional Medical Center and at the Medical College of Georgia. He was medical director of the Medical Center for Immune and Toxic Disorders in Houston for more than 20 years. Dr. Campbell has published over 100 studies in peer-reviewed medical journals and chapters in medical textbooks. Dr. Campbell has received awards from many organizations national and international. He is fluent in French, Spanish, Hungarian and English. He has been on several television shows, including 20/20, the Montel Williams Show, 24 Hour Investigative News and has been interviewed by NBC, ABC and CBS affiliates throughout the United States as well as television programs in Canada and Mexico. He lectures regularly at national and international medical conferences. He has also lectured at medical schools, including Harvard Medical School and Oxford University in England. He currently is the editor-in-chief of 2 peer reviewed medical journals, editor of 5 medical journals. Dr. Campbell is the medical advisor for MyMycoLab, a laboratory dedicated to serum antibody testing to mycotoxins. Mold Spores and Mycotoxins Mold spores and mycotoxins go hand in hand, if you have mold spores you have mycotoxins being released into the environment. Mycotoxins are about the size of a virus and rest within the nasal cavities and lungs. Symptoms range from fatigue and depression to Hashimoto's thyroiditis and Multiple Sclerosis. Dr. Andrew Campbell walks us through what to look out for and how to treat if exposed to mycotoxins long-term. Your Environment and Your Immune System Advancements in household technology and evolving climate change allow for plentiful opportunities for water damage and mold. In your home, check for leaks at all possible corners of water: refrigerator, dishwasher, bathroom, laundry, etc. In restaurants, friends' homes, offices, etc., prepare your immune system accordingly. We can't always control our environment and the immune system is very intuitive if maintained properly. Dr. Campbell coaches us on supplements, exercise, and other daily habits we can incorporate for a healthy immune system. In This Episode Difference between mold spores and mycotoxins [2:56] Exposure to mold due to water exposure in your environment [6:42] A successful mold and mycotoxins patient case from start to finish [9:35] Removing yourself from the cause to help treatment [14:43] Mast cell activation [20:05] Treating for mycotoxins [21:57] Four different types of pathogens and how they affect the body [25:01] How to maintain your immune system in fighting off mycotoxins [32:39] Supplements to incorporate into your daily routine [34:14] Every immune system is different in how it reacts to the environment [39:56] Quotes “It's a reaction, it's not a disease. A reaction means if you take away what's causing the reaction, the reaction goes away.” [13:55] “One, she removed...
Hello, and welcome to Beauty and the Biz where we talk about the business and marketing side of plastic surgery and how Dr. camp went from recon to solo practice buildout. I'm your host, Catherine Maley, author of Your Aesthetic Practice – What your patients are saying, as well as consultant to plastic surgeons, to get them more patients and more profits. Now, today's episode is called "Recon to Solo Practice Buildout — with Steven Camp, MD." As a new surgeon entering the marketplace, it's nice to join a hospital or practice that takes care of the business side so you can focus on what you enjoy most and that is surgery. But oftentimes, you ended up wanting more. Today's special guest is Dr. Steven Camp. He is a Board-Certified Plastic & Reconstructive Surgeon in private practice in Fort Worth, TX. But he didn't start out in private practice. Dr. Camp went into a multi-surgeon insurance-based practice performing reconstructive surgery. The risk was minimal since he joined a thriving practice that was already set up and working. He didn't have to deal with the business or marketing side and that was fine by him. However, after several years, Dr. Camp got restless so he made some moves and is now in his own brand new building with 2 OR suites that he will share with other surgeons in the area. Listen in to this week's Beauty and the Biz podcast as he explains his journey of how he got there. As usual, it's never an easy or straight path (but what fun would it be if it were?) Visit Dr. Camp's Website
In this episode of the Female Athlete Nutrition podcast, I talk with fellow registered dietitian Emilie Burgess. We hear her introduction to sports through tennis and her experience playing on an NCAA Division 1 team. Emilie shares how being an athlete led her to studying nutrition, and why she ended up specializing in disordered eating and female athlete nutrition. We discuss the need for sports dietitians to understand disordered eating and eating disorders given their high prevalence in athletes. Emilie talks about being a part of the pioneering Female Athlete Program at Boston Children's Hospital, and the ongoing research and educational resources they are putting out. Emilie shares her own “all foods fit” nutrition philosophy, based around listening to our bodies rather than the latest TikTok trend or diet fad. I talk about my love-hate relationship with social media and why I put more effort into the podcast than Instagram. We discuss social media frustrations and the importance of knowing which sources of information you can trust, and what you should ignore. Emilie talks about her passion for working with athletes with eating disorders in both inpatient and outpatient settings. We debunk the “not sick enough for treatment” myth, highlighting how your physical appearance does not determine your right to care: psychological pain has no look, and you deserve care and mental freedom. We discuss different work settings for sports dietitians: on the field and with collegiate teams, inpatient treatment centers, hospitals, research environments, 1:1 consultation and private practice. We highlight the role of sports dietitians within high school and college settings, work both Emilie and I love! Emilie and I finish off by comparing different nut butters: have you tried walnut butter?! Follow Emilie on Instagram @emthedietitian and online at emilieburgess.com Emilie's Official Bio: Emilie completed her Bachelor's degree in Dietetics at the University of Connecticut, where she competed as a Division I tennis player. She went on to obtain her Master's of Science in Nutrition and Food Science, and completed a dietetic internship at West Virginia University. She is also a Board Certified Sports Dietitian (CSSD) specializing in sports performance nutrition and eating disorders in athletes. Emilie began her dietetic career at St. Elizabeth's Medical Center in Boston as a Clinical Dietitian, and then accepted a position at the Cambridge Eating Disorder Center (CEDC) as a Registered Dietitian. Along with her inpatient and eating disorder experience, Emilie has volunteered for two U.S. Division I sports nutrition programs. Emilie has worked at Home Base, a Red Sox Foundation and Massachusetts General Hospital program, where she provided nutrition support to veterans and their families. During her time there she supported Home Base's tactile athletes who were competing in events such as the Boston Marathon and the Marathon Des Sables. Emilie has also spent time as a Clinical Nutrition Specialist in the Division of Sports Medicine and Female Athlete Program at Boston Children's Hospital and as a Registered Dietitian at MIT Recreation. She recently completed a sports nutrition fellowship at the University of Washington through the Gatorade Sports Nutrition Immersion Program (SNIP). LINKS MENTIONED DURING THE EPISODE: This episode is brought to you by PRACTICE BETTER: Click the link below to view plans and get a 14-day free trial. Then use the code RISEUP20 for 20% off your first 4 months. https://practicebetter.grsm.io/runp Learn more about Lindsey's Services and the Team at Rise Up Nutrition: www.riseupnutritionrun.com Worried that you have RED-S? Curious to know how we could help or how you can recover fast?! Download the RED-S Recovery Race & see how you place for more support: www.riseupnutritionrun.com/reds
There is a significant mental health care epidemic going on that has only been worsened in the past few years with the COVID pandemic. Rates of anxiety and depression are sky high, not just for adults, but for adolescents and teens as well. Our current approach to mental health care places the burden of care upon Psychiatrists and therapists and the truth is there just aren't enough people to meet the incredible demand out there. When Psychiatrists or other mental health care professionals are seeing patients, there are often not able to do so in a holistic and collaborative way - an approach that will ultimately benefit the patient more. This type of a model with better access to care is so necessary and the topic of my discussion today with Dr. Hani Talebi. We discuss: His story and journey into the world of mental health. The growing epidemic of mental health problems and what factors may be contributing to it. What our current models in Psychiatry and Psychology get right when treating depression/anxiety and where they fall short. How a more holistic model of care that incorporates physical medicine with mental health can improve our treatment of it. Social media - a force for good or increasing our mental health problems? Thoughts on the huge amounts of money being poured into mental health funding and what impact it's having. Guest Bio: Dr. Hani Talebi is a licensed psychologist and specialist in school psychology with focused experience in pediatric psychology. Dr.Talebi is an affiliate faculty member in the UT Austin Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences and a courtesy affiliate faculty member in the UT Austin Department of Pediatrics and the UT Austin Department of Educational Psychology. In his role as Senior Vice President of Health Systems Integration, Dr. Talebi's work focuses on advancing collaborative care and measurement-based care in primary care and health system settings. With more than 20 years of clinical experience, he has served in a variety of roles including Director of Pediatric Psychology at Dell Children's Medical Center, Director of Psychological Services at Del Valle Independent School District, Director of Clinical Programming in various community mental health centers, and as a clinical/consultative leader in the private sector. Dr.Talebi's administrative efforts at the juncture of the medical and mental health models have resulted in innovative program development, various quality improvement initiatives and fiscally sustainable service provision platforms across milieus. Connect with Dr. Talebi Website: https://mmhpi.org/ Connect with Dr. Akhter Website: www.madinamedicine.com Email: email@example.com Instagram: www.instagram.com/dromarakhter LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drom
New England Patriots quarterback Mac Jones has apparently suffered a severe high ankle sprain, which is expected to keep him out of action for multiple weeks. Joining host Mike D'Abate is Dr. Jessica Flynn, Sports Medicine Physician at Lahey Hospital and Medical Center to discuss the nature of Jones' injury, a potential timetable for recovery and an innovative treatment measure which may help him in his rehabilitation. Find and follow Locked On Patriots on your favorite podcast platforms: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/locked-on-patriots-daily-podcast-on-the-new-england/id1140512627 Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1c5ZxFmwg3WbfxAU3tR5Ve?si=k196wH-yRqifUcQQz8SjIQ Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/show/locked-on-patriots And follow host Mike D'Abate on Twitter, where he'll be sharing the latest news about the New England Patriots and talking with fans. On Twitter: @mdabateNFL Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! LinkedIn LinkedIn Jobs helps you find the candidates you want to talk to, faster. Post your job for free at LinkedIn.com/LOCKEDONNFL Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKEDON15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! BriteCo The guys at BriteCo Jewelry Insurance made buying insurance for your engagement ring, your watch, or whatever so easy you can get covered in 2 minutes on your cell phone. You won't find a better deal on coverage that's so affordable. Go to https://brite.co/lockedon/ PrizePicks First time users can receive a 100% instant deposit match up to $100 with promo code LOCKEDON. That's PrizePicks.com – promo code; LOCKEDON BetterHelp It's not a crisis line, it's not self-help, it's professional therapy done securely online, available to people worldwide. And they have a special offer for my listeners: get 10% off your first month at Betterhelp.com/LockedOn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Recently, the hospital leadership team of Ouachita County Medical Center, in Camden, Ark., made the “heart-wrenching decision” to close a rural health clinic that the hospital had operated for 25 years. Leaders and staff also took wage cuts and reduced work hours. Take that one sad event … multiply it by more than 135 times over the past dozen years … and you've got some idea of the alarming economic challenges facing our nation's rural and low-volume hospitals. Hospitals and health systems across the United States are experiencing unprecedented financial pressures right now. Labor shortages, increased expenses, and lower Medicare and Medicaid reimbursement rates impact most care providers, and none more so than rural hospitals. On this Leadership Dialogue Series podcast, AHA Board Chair Wright L. Lassiter III is joined by Peggy Abbott, CEO of Ouachita County Medical Center to discuss how the current economic stressors are affecting the small, rural hospital she leads. Like every hospital leader, Abbott's foremost concern is keeping the doors open and continuing to meet patients' and community health needs. Lassiter and Abbott talk about what that's going to take…what changes are needed to keep the health care system in America as we know it functioning. As Abbott says, “Hospitals are too important to every community to let any hospital fail — we need every hospital.”
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Talent Acquisition Manager - Executive Search | Veteran | Co-Founder #LinkedInMusicCity, Aaron Martin, shares his journey from 20 years as an Active Duty Army Soldier to a career in Talent Acquisition at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. Aaron shares deep insights to the resiliency, ability to adapt and overcome, and lead that our Veteran community brings to the table. All the "intangible" skills that are highly desired in every organization. Support the show