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For millennia, humans have debated the mind, body, spirit connection. But today, the phrase sounds trite -- a hallmark of the #selfcare industry. We need fresh perspectives on how we think, move, and feel. Physician and entrepreneur Tom Oxley asks: what if you could control a device, not with your hand, but with your mind? Tune in to hear about the implantable brain-computer interface that could revolutionize the way we communicate. This is part of an episode of the TED Radio Hour with NPR, another podcast in the TED Audio Collective. For more of this episode, the rest of the Mind, Body, Spirit series, and more find and follow the TED Radio Hour wherever you're listening to this.
In this episode, Dr. Aaron Fritts interviews Dr. Nisha Mehta, a radiologist and founder of the Physician Side Gigs online community. --- CHECK OUT OUR SPONSORS Medtronic AV DCB https://www.medtronic.com/avdata Reflow Medical https://www.reflowmedical.com/ --- SHOW NOTES Dr. Mehta traces her journey from being a radiologist between jobs to managing and advocating for one of the largest grassroots physician communities, with more than 162,000 online members. She started Physician Side Gigs as a private Facebook group with a few doctors to get advice on managing finances for her paid writing and speaking engagements. Overtime, the size and scope of the group grew so much that there was a branch point where a separate group, Physician Community, formed. Both groups remain active today– while Physician Side Gig still centers around business and personal finance education, Physician Community is more free flowing and fosters a variety of conversations about the healthcare environment, clinical practice, and physician advocacy. This advocacy really came into the spotlight during the peak of COVID-19, when members of the online community collaborated to create a list of physician demands for the federal government and were successful in securing $70 billion for physicians in a stimulus package. Dr. Mehta cites the lack of bureaucracy in the group as factors that helped contribute to this outcome. The groups' goals are to provide members with peer support and bridge them to opportunities to pursue other interests and revenue streams. We also discuss Dr. Mehta's personal career trajectory and how her priorities shifted throughout the years. In the beginning stages of Physician Side Gigs, she was able to balance a full time clinical practice and manage the online group in her free time. However, as the group grew in audience and partnerships, she re-evaluated her priorities and saw that fostering the community gave her more energy and allowed her to make more impact than her clinical practice did. She now practices radiology on a per diem basis and devotes most of her time to Physician Side Gigs and physician advocacy. She has also hired staff members to help moderate the group and ensure that it remains a safe and supportive environment. Finally, Dr. Mehta speaks about physician autonomy. The decision to pursue a side gig is not always based on revenue maximization. Instead, side gigs can be a way for physicians to dedicate time to pursuing their non-clinical interests and prevent burnout. Her biggest advice for doctors is to be intentional about what they want their lives to look like, and to not get caught up in others' expectations for them. In the long run, having career autonomy can extend career longevity and allow physicians to navigate their lives on their own terms. --- RESOURCES Physician Side Gigs Website: https://www.physiciansidegigs.com/ Ep. 194 (VI)- Financial Basics with the White Coat Investor: https://www.backtable.com/shows/vi/podcasts/194/financial-basics-from-the-white-coat-investor Ep. 277 (VI)- Private Equity and the Radiology Job Environment with Ben White: https://www.backtable.com/shows/vi/podcasts/277/private-equity-the-radiology-job-environment Ep. 27 (INN)- Physician Underdog with LOUD Capital Founder Navin Goyal: https://www.backtable.com/shows/innovation/podcasts/27/physician-underdog
A happy, healthy, and successful person is someone who can take the bricks that are thrown at him and use them to build a strong foundation.Order Carnivora: Nature's Nutritional Powerhouse -sponsorNo one knows that better than John Tesh.In his new book, Relentless, he shares how he used obstacles, including a deadly disease, to shape his remarkable life.All of us will encounter tragedies and heartache. That's called "life." It's how we handle them that defines us.Listen as Tesh joins Dr. Friedman to share his journey.
NEJM This Week — Audio Summaries
Featuring articles on azithromycin to prevent sepsis or death during birth, transcatheter arterialization for limb ischemia, gene–environment interactions and the risk of gastric cancer, vedolizumab for the treatment of chronic pouchitis, a general AI chatbot for medicine, and on dark-alley ethics; a review article on artificial intelligence and machine learning in clinical medicine, 2023; a case report of a man with convulsions; and Perspective articles on the end of a declared public health emergency, on medication-associated diethylene glycol mass poisoning, and on digital minimalism.
New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Dr. Peter Marks is the director of the FDA Center for Biologics Evaluation and Research. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. P.W. Marks, H.D. Marston, and L.R. Baden. End of a Declared Public Health Emergency — Implications for U.S. Emergency Use Authorizations. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1153-1155.
New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. E.J. Rubin, L.R. Baden, and S. Morrissey. Audio Interview: Ending the Covid-19 Public Health Emergency. N Engl J Med 2023;388:e53.
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Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, the first openly gay person to be elected as president of the American Medical Association, joins hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter to discuss potential cuts to federal health care and the need for more diversity in the doctors' ranks. He also explains the organization's “Recovery Plan for America's Physicians” to address burnout among its nearly 300,000 physician members. The post History-Making Incoming AMA President on His Vision appeared first on Healthy Communities Online.
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March 28: Today on the Conference channel, it's an Interview in Action live from ViVe 2023 with David Levy, Vice President, & Angela Shippy, Senior Physician Executive at Amazon Web Services. What are the key problems AWS is trying to solve in healthcare? What do David and Angela see being a focus for the healthcare industry in the next 5-10 years? As we move outside the four walls of the hospital setting how can we bring technology in, and get data out of, other venues of care?We understand that staying ahead of the curve regarding Security Priorities can be challenging. Join us, April 6, 1:00pm, for this webinar to learn how CISOs in healthcare address Security Priorities for 2023 – insights that can help keep your healthcare organization safe and secure. https://thisweekhealth.com/ciso-priorities-2023/Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex's Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
It's a "he said, she said" situation in courtroom during testimony in the lawsuit filed by a retired Utah Optometrist against actor and lifestyle influencer Gwyneth Paltrow. Terry Sanderson accuses Paltrow of crashing into him on a beginner ski slope, leaving him with brain damage and four broken ribs. Paltrow has countersued saying Sanderson caused the crash. Joining Nancy Grace Today Darryl Cohen - Former Assistant District Attorney (Fulton County, Georgia) Former Assistant State Attorney (Florida), Defense Attorney, Cohen, Cooper, Estep, & Allen, LLC, CCEAlaw.com, Facebook: "Darryl B Cohen", Twitter: @DarrylBCohen Caryn Stark - Psychologist- Trauma and Crime expert- carynstark.com Twitter: @carnpsych Jason Jensen - Private Investigator and owner of Jensen Private Investigations Co-founder: "Cold Case Coalition”, (Salt Lake City, UT), JensenPrivateInvestigations.com, Twitter: @JasonJPI, Facebook/Instagram: "Jensen Investigations" Dr. Harvey Castro - Board certified Emergency care Physician & Healthcare Consultant, CEO of ChatGPT and Healthcare, Author: “Revolutionize your health & fitness with ChatGPT's modern weight loss hacks”, Twitter: @HarveycastroMDthegptpodcast.com and harveycastromd.info Mark Di Nola - Ski Safety Expert, RyeRisk Ski Safety Consulting, RyeRiskConsulting.com Emily Ashcraft - Reporter for KSL.com in Utah, Twitter: @emilyjaneen3 See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In a 2014 survey, the medical network Doximity found that over 72% of residents had negative feelings about negotiating their compensation, including feeling stressed, concerned, anxious, or lost. 31% of physicians felt prepared to network, while only 9% felt ready to negotiate. It wasn't just first-time attending doctors who felt that way — doctors seeking raises were also affected. It's no wonder so many doctors feel anxious when few receive any training in contract negotiations.But physicians shouldn't settle for less, says Ethan A. Nkana, Principle at the Rocky Mountain Physician Agency (RMPA), which advocates for doctors seeking fair contracts and compensation.Having an advocate like Ethan helps in certain high-level situations, but you don't necessarily have to hire an advocate to get what you want. In this episode of Prosperous Doc, Ethan talks with host Shane Tenny about everything you need to know about contract negotiations, whether you're a graduating resident or an experienced physician.
Morning: Joshua 11–13 Joshua 11–13 (Listen) Conquests in Northern Canaan 11 When Jabin, king of Hazor, heard of this, he sent to Jobab king of Madon, and to the king of Shimron, and to the king of Achshaph, 2 and to the kings who were in the northern hill country, and in the Arabah south of Chinneroth, and in the lowland, and in Naphoth-dor on the west, 3 to the Canaanites in the east and the west, the Amorites, the Hittites, the Perizzites, and the Jebusites in the hill country, and the Hivites under Hermon in the land of Mizpah. 4 And they came out with all their troops, a great horde, in number like the sand that is on the seashore, with very many horses and chariots. 5 And all these kings joined their forces and came and encamped together at the waters of Merom to fight against Israel. 6 And the LORD said to Joshua, “Do not be afraid of them, for tomorrow at this time I will give over all of them, slain, to Israel. You shall hamstring their horses and burn their chariots with fire.” 7 So Joshua and all his warriors came suddenly against them by the waters of Merom and fell upon them. 8 And the LORD gave them into the hand of Israel, who struck them and chased them as far as Great Sidon and Misrephoth-maim, and eastward as far as the Valley of Mizpeh. And they struck them until he left none remaining. 9 And Joshua did to them just as the LORD said to him: he hamstrung their horses and burned their chariots with fire. 10 And Joshua turned back at that time and captured Hazor and struck its king with the sword, for Hazor formerly was the head of all those kingdoms. 11 And they struck with the sword all who were in it, devoting them to destruction;1 there was none left that breathed. And he burned Hazor with fire. 12 And all the cities of those kings, and all their kings, Joshua captured, and struck them with the edge of the sword, devoting them to destruction, just as Moses the servant of the LORD had commanded. 13 But none of the cities that stood on mounds did Israel burn, except Hazor alone; that Joshua burned. 14 And all the spoil of these cities and the livestock, the people of Israel took for their plunder. But every person they struck with the edge of the sword until they had destroyed them, and they did not leave any who breathed. 15 Just as the LORD had commanded Moses his servant, so Moses commanded Joshua, and so Joshua did. He left nothing undone of all that the LORD had commanded Moses. 16 So Joshua took all that land, the hill country and all the Negeb and all the land of Goshen and the lowland and the Arabah and the hill country of Israel and its lowland 17 from Mount Halak, which rises toward Seir, as far as Baal-gad in the Valley of Lebanon below Mount Hermon. And he captured all their kings and struck them and put them to death. 18 Joshua made war a long time with all those kings. 19 There was not a city that made peace with the people of Israel except the Hivites, the inhabitants of Gibeon. They took them all in battle. 20 For it was the LORD's doing to harden their hearts that they should come against Israel in battle, in order that they should be devoted to destruction and should receive no mercy but be destroyed, just as the LORD commanded Moses. 21 And Joshua came at that time and cut off the Anakim from the hill country, from Hebron, from Debir, from Anab, and from all the hill country of Judah, and from all the hill country of Israel. Joshua devoted them to destruction with their cities. 22 There was none of the Anakim left in the land of the people of Israel. Only in Gaza, in Gath, and in Ashdod did some remain. 23 So Joshua took the whole land, according to all that the LORD had spoken to Moses. And Joshua gave it for an inheritance to Israel according to their tribal allotments. And the land had rest from war. Kings Defeated by Moses 12 Now these are the kings of the land whom the people of Israel defeated and took possession of their land beyond the Jordan toward the sunrise, from the Valley of the Arnon to Mount Hermon, with all the Arabah eastward: 2 Sihon king of the Amorites who lived at Heshbon and ruled from Aroer, which is on the edge of the Valley of the Arnon, and from the middle of the valley as far as the river Jabbok, the boundary of the Ammonites, that is, half of Gilead, 3 and the Arabah to the Sea of Chinneroth eastward, and in the direction of Beth-jeshimoth, to the Sea of the Arabah, the Salt Sea, southward to the foot of the slopes of Pisgah; 4 and Og2 king of Bashan, one of the remnant of the Rephaim, who lived at Ashtaroth and at Edrei 5 and ruled over Mount Hermon and Salecah and all Bashan to the boundary of the Geshurites and the Maacathites, and over half of Gilead to the boundary of Sihon king of Heshbon. 6 Moses, the servant of the LORD, and the people of Israel defeated them. And Moses the servant of the LORD gave their land for a possession to the Reubenites and the Gadites and the half-tribe of Manasseh. Kings Defeated by Joshua 7 And these are the kings of the land whom Joshua and the people of Israel defeated on the west side of the Jordan, from Baal-gad in the Valley of Lebanon to Mount Halak, that rises toward Seir (and Joshua gave their land to the tribes of Israel as a possession according to their allotments, 8 in the hill country, in the lowland, in the Arabah, in the slopes, in the wilderness, and in the Negeb, the land of the Hittites, the Amorites, the Canaanites, the Perizzites, the Hivites, and the Jebusites): 9 the king of Jericho, one; the king of Ai, which is beside Bethel, one; 10 the king of Jerusalem, one; the king of Hebron, one; 11 the king of Jarmuth, one; the king of Lachish, one; 12 the king of Eglon, one; the king of Gezer, one; 13 the king of Debir, one; the king of Geder, one; 14 the king of Hormah, one; the king of Arad, one; 15 the king of Libnah, one; the king of Adullam, one; 16 the king of Makkedah, one; the king of Bethel, one; 17 the king of Tappuah, one; the king of Hepher, one; 18 the king of Aphek, one; the king of Lasharon, one; 19 the king of Madon, one; the king of Hazor, one; 20 the king of Shimron-meron, one; the king of Achshaph, one; 21 the king of Taanach, one; the king of Megiddo, one; 22 the king of Kedesh, one; the king of Jokneam in Carmel, one; 23 the king of Dor in Naphath-dor, one; the king of Goiim in Galilee,3 one; 24 the king of Tirzah, one: in all, thirty-one kings. Land Still to Be Conquered 13 Now Joshua was old and advanced in years, and the LORD said to him, “You are old and advanced in years, and there remains yet very much land to possess. 2 This is the land that yet remains: all the regions of the Philistines, and all those of the Geshurites 3 (from the Shihor, which is east of Egypt, northward to the boundary of Ekron, it is counted as Canaanite; there are five rulers of the Philistines, those of Gaza, Ashdod, Ashkelon, Gath, and Ekron), and those of the Avvim, 4 in the south, all the land of the Canaanites, and Mearah that belongs to the Sidonians, to Aphek, to the boundary of the Amorites, 5 and the land of the Gebalites, and all Lebanon, toward the sunrise, from Baal-gad below Mount Hermon to Lebo-hamath, 6 all the inhabitants of the hill country from Lebanon to Misrephoth-maim, even all the Sidonians. I myself will drive them out from before the people of Israel. Only allot the land to Israel for an inheritance, as I have commanded you. 7 Now therefore divide this land for an inheritance to the nine tribes and half the tribe of Manasseh.” The Inheritance East of the Jordan 8 With the other half of the tribe of Manasseh4 the Reubenites and the Gadites received their inheritance, which Moses gave them, beyond the Jordan eastward, as Moses the servant of the LORD gave them: 9 from Aroer, which is on the edge of the Valley of the Arnon, and the city that is in the middle of the valley, and all the tableland of Medeba as far as Dibon; 10 and all the cities of Sihon king of the Amorites, who reigned in Heshbon, as far as the boundary of the Ammonites; 11 and Gilead, and the region of the Geshurites and Maacathites, and all Mount Hermon, and all Bashan to Salecah; 12 all the kingdom of Og in Bashan, who reigned in Ashtaroth and in Edrei (he alone was left of the remnant of the Rephaim); these Moses had struck and driven out. 13 Yet the people of Israel did not drive out the Geshurites or the Maacathites, but Geshur and Maacath dwell in the midst of Israel to this day. 14 To the tribe of Levi alone Moses gave no inheritance. The offerings by fire to the LORD God of Israel are their inheritance, as he said to him. 15 And Moses gave an inheritance to the tribe of the people of Reuben according to their clans. 16 So their territory was from Aroer, which is on the edge of the Valley of the Arnon, and the city that is in the middle of the valley, and all the tableland by Medeba; 17 with Heshbon, and all its cities that are in the tableland; Dibon, and Bamoth-baal, and Beth-baal-meon, 18 and Jahaz, and Kedemoth, and Mephaath, 19 and Kiriathaim, and Sibmah, and Zereth-shahar on the hill of the valley, 20 and Beth-peor, and the slopes of Pisgah, and Beth-jeshimoth, 21 that is, all the cities of the tableland, and all the kingdom of Sihon king of the Amorites, who reigned in Heshbon, whom Moses defeated with the leaders of Midian, Evi and Rekem and Zur and Hur and Reba, the princes of Sihon, who lived in the land. 22 Balaam also, the son of Beor, the one who practiced divination, was killed with the sword by the people of Israel among the rest of their slain. 23 And the border of the people of Reuben was the Jordan as a boundary. This was the inheritance of the people of Reuben, according to their clans with their cities and villages. 24 Moses gave an inheritance also to the tribe of Gad, to the people of Gad, according to their clans. 25 Their territory was Jazer, and all the cities of Gilead, and half the land of the Ammonites, to Aroer, which is east of Rabbah, 26 and from Heshbon to Ramath-mizpeh and Betonim, and from Mahanaim to the territory of Debir,5 27 and in the valley Beth-haram, Beth-nimrah, Succoth, and Zaphon, the rest of the kingdom of Sihon king of Heshbon, having the Jordan as a boundary, to the lower end of the Sea of Chinnereth, eastward beyond the Jordan. 28 This is the inheritance of the people of Gad according to their clans, with their cities and villages. 29 And Moses gave an inheritance to the half-tribe of Manasseh. It was allotted to the half-tribe of the people of Manasseh according to their clans. 30 Their region extended from Mahanaim, through all Bashan, the whole kingdom of Og king of Bashan, and all the towns of Jair, which are in Bashan, sixty cities, 31 and half Gilead, and Ashtaroth, and Edrei, the cities of the kingdom of Og in Bashan. These were allotted to the people of Machir the son of Manasseh for the half of the people of Machir according to their clans. 32 These are the inheritances that Moses distributed in the plains of Moab, beyond the Jordan east of Jericho. 33 But to the tribe of Levi Moses gave no inheritance; the LORD God of Israel is their inheritance, just as he said to them. Footnotes  11:11 That is, setting apart (devoting) as an offering to the Lord (for destruction); also verses 12, 20, 21  12:4 Septuagint; Hebrew the boundary of Og  12:23 Septuagint; Hebrew Gilgal  13:8 Hebrew With it  13:26 Septuagint, Syriac, Vulgate; Hebrew Lidebir (ESV) Evening: Luke 4:1–32 Luke 4:1–32 (Listen) The Temptation of Jesus 4 And Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the wilderness 2 for forty days, being tempted by the devil. And he ate nothing during those days. And when they were ended, he was hungry. 3 The devil said to him, “If you are the Son of God, command this stone to become bread.” 4 And Jesus answered him, “It is written, ‘Man shall not live by bread alone.'” 5 And the devil took him up and showed him all the kingdoms of the world in a moment of time, 6 and said to him, “To you I will give all this authority and their glory, for it has been delivered to me, and I give it to whom I will. 7 If you, then, will worship me, it will all be yours.” 8 And Jesus answered him, “It is written, “‘You shall worship the Lord your God, and him only shall you serve.'” 9 And he took him to Jerusalem and set him on the pinnacle of the temple and said to him, “If you are the Son of God, throw yourself down from here, 10 for it is written, “‘He will command his angels concerning you, to guard you,' 11 and “‘On their hands they will bear you up, lest you strike your foot against a stone.'” 12 And Jesus answered him, “It is said, ‘You shall not put the Lord your God to the test.'” 13 And when the devil had ended every temptation, he departed from him until an opportune time. Jesus Begins His Ministry 14 And Jesus returned in the power of the Spirit to Galilee, and a report about him went out through all the surrounding country. 15 And he taught in their synagogues, being glorified by all. Jesus Rejected at Nazareth 16 And he came to Nazareth, where he had been brought up. And as was his custom, he went to the synagogue on the Sabbath day, and he stood up to read. 17 And the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was given to him. He unrolled the scroll and found the place where it was written, 18 “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed,19 to proclaim the year of the Lord's favor.” 20 And he rolled up the scroll and gave it back to the attendant and sat down. And the eyes of all in the synagogue were fixed on him. 21 And he began to say to them, “Today this Scripture has been fulfilled in your hearing.” 22 And all spoke well of him and marveled at the gracious words that were coming from his mouth. And they said, “Is not this Joseph's son?” 23 And he said to them, “Doubtless you will quote to me this proverb, ‘“Physician, heal yourself.” What we have heard you did at Capernaum, do here in your hometown as well.'” 24 And he said, “Truly, I say to you, no prophet is acceptable in his hometown. 25 But in truth, I tell you, there were many widows in Israel in the days of Elijah, when the heavens were shut up three years and six months, and a great famine came over all the land, 26 and Elijah was sent to none of them but only to Zarephath, in the land of Sidon, to a woman who was a widow. 27 And there were many lepers1 in Israel in the time of the prophet Elisha, and none of them was cleansed, but only Naaman the Syrian.” 28 When they heard these things, all in the synagogue were filled with wrath. 29 And they rose up and drove him out of the town and brought him to the brow of the hill on which their town was built, so that they could throw him down the cliff. 30 But passing through their midst, he went away. Jesus Heals a Man with an Unclean Demon 31 And he went down to Capernaum, a city of Galilee. And he was teaching them on the Sabbath, 32 and they were astonished at his teaching, for his word possessed authority. Footnotes  4:27 Leprosy was a term for several skin diseases; see Leviticus 13 (ESV)
Today on MedNet21, we're going to discuss Common Knee Complaints.
It’s Friday, March 23. On today’s show: The U.S. carried out a series of airstrikes in Syria on Thursday night against Iran-aligned groups. Reuters explains more. Israeli parliament passed a controversial law protecting the prime minister, according to CNN. The U.S. and Canada reached a new immigration deal. The Los Angeles Times has details. Members of Congress grilled the CEO of TikTok about data security on the world’s most popular app. NPR recaps the big moments. And Fox Business takes a closer look at all the information TikTok says it can gather on users in its terms of service. Physicians in states that have banned abortion procedures say they feel like they’re working under a microscope. The Idaho Capital Sun, Slate, and the Guardian talked with doctors in Idaho, Texas, and Alabama, which have some of the strictest bans in the country. Lab-grown dairy is here. The Washington Post reports on its potential to shake up the future of animal dairy and plant-based milks.
Anesthesia Deconstructed: Science. Politics. Realities.
Anesthesia Deconstructed host Joe Rodriguez talks to a rare professional: Dr. Rhea Temmerand, CRNA who is a pharmacology PhD and actively involved in bench research while maintaining a clinical practice. We talk about everything from what it is like to be known as a Scientist and as a CRNA, and why CRNAs often do little bench research.
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We appreciate Dr. Virginia S. for joining us this week for National Physicians Week and we enjoyed having her share her physician and locum tenens journey with us!
March 23: Today on TownHall Sue Schade, Principal at StarBridge Advisors speaks with Jack King, Chief Information Officer at American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons(AAOS). What is his team focusing on currently at AAOS? What new innovations did he discover at his organization's annual meeting? What are the differences in supporting IT for a physician-member organization like AAOS versus a more typical provider organization? What is it like to have physicians from many different health systems as his primary customer? What is he most excited about working on in the coming year?As the healthcare industry undergoes a rapid digital transformation, IT security must stay ahead of the curve. CISOs need to think ahead and proactively develop security policies and processes to ensure that healthcare organizations are secure and compliant with rapidly evolving regulations. Join us on our April 6 webinar, “Leader Series: CISO Priorities for 2023” to explore healthcare companies' challenges today and the strategies CISOs can use to stay on top of the security priorities for 2023.Subscribe: This Week HealthTwitter: This Week HealthLinkedIn: Week HealthDonate: Alex's Lemonade Stand: Foundation for Childhood Cancer
Darryl Elmouchi, MD, MBA, is the President of Corewell Health West, where he leads 11 hospitals and a medical group of over 2000 providers. Corewell Health was formerly Beaumont Health and Spectrum Health. A cardiac electrophysiologist by training, he has served in a number of roles within Spectrum Health, including the Chair of the Department of Cardiovascular Medicine, and currently serves as a clinical professor of medicine at Michigan State University. He's been noted as an influential healthcare physician executive with numerous accolades. "This is the classic US vs. THEM. I was speaking in front of a large group of physicians, and I remember saying, 'I was always one of ‘US'. And I was always frustrated with ‘THEM'. Until one day I realized, I am now ‘THEM'." Join us for an inspiring conversation with Dr. Darryl Elmouchi, a cardiac electrophysiologist and President of Corewell Health West, one of the largest health systems in Michigan. Tune in as we take a deep dive into leadership in medicine, specifically why the best physicians have the potential of becoming the best leaders and what we can start doing today to unleash that potential. Pearls of Wisdom: 1. We should hone three skills: Kindness, discipline, and the ability to deconstruct complex problems into simpler instances. 2. We think of leadership as something that starts when your hair starts to gray. Leadership is not acting when you have a title. Leadership is simply about finding solutions to problems. 3. The moment we all start to take the time to understand the why behind what the THEM or US are doing, that "why" leads to the WE. 4. The ability to poke fun at ourselves or other things in the middle of our serious jobs really brings the team together and makes us human.
Many people know the importance of healthy eating. This includes reading labels for themselves and their children, but they don't think twice about what they feed their four-legged family members. Joining us is Dr. Judy Morgan, a holistic veterinarian and author of bestselling books, a few of them out there including three cookbooks for dogs.She's here to expose the startling little known truths about how common pet food on the market can be making our pets sick, destroying their quality of life, and even killing them prematurely. Pet food, even if you see those words, all natural and healthy on the label, can still contain chemicals, food dyes, toxins, contaminants and inflammatory preservatives. Today we will discuss the best foods and other healthful tidbits of information for our pet parent listeners out there.
The Integrative Palliative Podcast
Dr. Rashmi Schramm is a meditation & life coach, and a generally sage and wonderful human being. She offers tons of practical tools to help us feel better, stress less and find joy in day to day life. She will teach you to spend a little less time DOING and a little more time BEING.You'll leave this episode with techniques that you can use to make your life better, starting today.If you'd like to work with Dr. Schramm you can find her here:firstname.lastname@example.orgShe also has a wonderful YouTube channel with tons of free meditations. Go to YouTube and search Rashmi Schramm and you'll find her.Send this episode to a colleague or friend who would benefit from turning down their stress.Yours in expanding the treatment toolbox for people with serious illness,Dr. CDelia Chiaramonte, MDAre you a physician who wants more tools to help your complex or seriously ill patients? Would you like skills to manage their anxiety, pain, fatigue (and also your own?) Have you always been "integrative medicine curious" but also committed to evidence-informed practice? You have found your people!Physicians: Come learn with me!Options for learn-on-your-own or 1:1 coaching. CME available. Enrollment is open now! Click below and join us.https://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/IntegrativeSymptomManagementProgramNon physicians:If you have a loved one with a serious illness, you don't have to do this alone . Click below to find out how. You can learn on your own, join our support program or work 1:1 with me.https://trainings.integrativepalliative.com/confident-calm-present-course Please review this podcast wherever you listen and forward your favorite episode to a friend! Thanks for helping me spread the word about heart-centered care for people with complex and serious illness.
New England Journal of Medicine Interviews
Prof. Jaime King is chair in health law and a professor of law at the University of Auckland. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. J.S. King. On Consolidation and Competition — The Trials and Triumphs of Health Care Antitrust Law. N Engl J Med 2023;388:1057-1060.
What is a lease back and can you do it with a doctor loan? When you buy a home but let the previous owner stay in the property you are doing a "lease back." While it might be an option through your bank, it may not be an option with your home owner's policy. Listen to today's episode to hear more about lease backs. For a free copy of Doug's book on buying a home, go to www.DougCrouse.com.
NEJM This Week — Audio Summaries
Featuring articles on augmenting or switching antidepressants in older adults, lebrikizumab for moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis, the acute health effects of coffee consumption, Covid-19 staff testing and outcomes in nursing homes, and an mRNA influenza vaccine; a review article on right ventricular failure; a case report of a man with shortness of breath and proteinuria; and Perspective articles on the trials and triumphs of health care antitrust law, on unwinding continuous Medicaid enrollment, and on delirium.
AMERICA OUT LOUD PODCAST NETWORK
America Out Loud PULSE with Dr. Marilyn Singleton – Not only is private equity taking over the healthcare industry, but the administrative state is making it hard for physicians to serve their patients satisfactorily for both parties. The silver lining? Medical tyranny has gone so far that more and more patients and physicians are becoming activists.
Join us for Part 2 of the powerful discussion we started at the end of last season (Season 4, Episode 6), with our 2 experts on caring for people experiencing houselessness, James O'Connell, MD, MACP (Boston Healthcare for the Homeless) and Rachel Solotaroff, MD, FACP (Central City Concern- Portland, Oregon). From the HIV epidemic to the rise of multi-drug resistant TB and the opioid crisis, those caring for people experiencing houselessness and housing insecurity saw the rise of each of these epidemics in their patient populations long before the rest of us. The devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic was particularly harsh for those in shelters or unhoused. Some say that caring for those experiencing houselessness reveals the fractures in our healthcare system earlier and more clearly than healthcare in other settings. In our discussion, Drs. O'Connell and Solotaroff describe some of the obstacles faced by these patients and their healthcare providers in obtaining/delivering healthcare, and some of the opportunities to learn from and address these challenges.Learning Objectives:Identify challenges and lessons for both clinical teams and people experiencing houselessness in providing and accessing healthcare.Describe different models of housing support and healthcare delivery for which clinicians can advocate in order to support those experiencing and emerging out of houselessness, and to ultimately reach the goal of ending houselessness.Discuss some of the challenges facing houseless individuals who are seriously ill and/or at end-of-life, and facing those who are providing their end-of-life healthcare.Episode Credits:Guests: Dr. James O'Connell, Dr. Rachel SolotaroffCo-Hosts: Dr. Marianne Parshley, Dr. Elisa ChoiExecutive Producer: Dr. Tammy LinCo-Executive Producers: Dr. Pooja Jaeel, Dr. Tiffany LeungSenior Producers: Dr. Maggie Kozman, Dr. DJ GainesEditor/Assistant Producer: Clara BaekProduction Assistants: Nilgoun Farhadi, Leyna NguyenWebsite/Art Design: Ann TruongMusic: Chris Dingman https://www.chrisdingman.comTwitter: @thedeishiftInstagram: @thedeishiftWebsite: https://www.thedeishift.comEmail: email@example.comContinuing Medical Education/Maintenance of Certification (CME/MOC) credits are available as an American College of Physicians national member benefit. To submit for CME/MOC credit for this episode, visit: https://www.acponline.org/cme-moc/cme/internal-medicine-podcasts/the-dei-shift
En este episodio de BackTable Urology, Dr. Jose Silva entrevista a Dr. Ramon Virasoro sobre los tratamientos diferentes para estrecheces uretrales. --- SHOW NOTES Primero, Dr. Virasoro habla sobre su camino a ser urólogo reconstructivo en los Estados Unidos. Empezó su educación en Buenos Aires pero obtuvo un fellowship de reconstrucción urológica en Eastern Virginia Medical School debajo de la tutela de Dr. Gerald Jordan. Dr. Virasoro refleja en su decisión de escoger esta especialidad y también los obstáculos de ser un graduado médico internacional. Decidió quedarse en la medicina académica después de terminar su entrenamiento. Próximo, Dr. Virasoro habla sobre su práctica de reconstrucción, incluso sus estudios primeros y procedimientos más comunes para pacientes con estrecheces ureterales. Aunque los síntomas son importantes, cree que la información radiológica es clave. Los doctores también están de acuerdos de que la selección de pacientes es importante también; es importante comprender la causa, la locación, y el tamaño de la estrechez porque hay técnicas mejores para cada tipo del estrechez. Entonces, discuten sobre los tratamientos diferentes para esta condición. Para estrecheces cortos sin tratamiento previo, una dilatación con globo tiene un alto nivel de éxito. Sin embargo, si la paciente con un estrecho largo o uno que ya tenía muchos procedimientos, el globo tiene un bajo nivel de éxito. En estos casos, una reconstrucción con injerto puede ser mejor. Los doctores evalúan diferentes tipos de injertos, incluso desde la lengua y desde la mejilla. También hablan de complicaciones después de la cirugía, como la pérdida de sensación, neuropraxia, y rabdomiolisis. Adicionalmente, Dr. Virasoro aboga por la preservación de vasos sanguíneos en sus casos de reconstrucción. En casos difíciles, él siempre involucra al paciente en la discusión para escuchar sus goles y preferencias. Hará una lista de los pros y contras de cada tratamiento y dará al paciente la capacidad de elegir el tratamiento. Los doctores hablan sobre la reparación concurrente de las fístulas y el desarrollo del globo con paclitaxel también (Optilume). Finalmente, Dr. Virasoro habla de sus experiencias internacionales de voluntariado con las organizaciones de Physicians for Peace y Safe Surgery and Anesthesia for Everyone. --- RESOURCES Safe Surgery and Anesthesia for Everyone (SAFE) https://www.safesurgery4all.org/ Physicians for Peace https://www.physiciansforpeace.org/
In this episode of MedEvidence, we delve into the critical issue of healthcare burnout during the pandemic. Dr. Michael Koren and Dr. Lisa Kirvin-Dawes, bring their expertise and insights as healthcare professionals to discuss the challenges and impacts of the pandemic on the mental and emotional well-being of healthcare workers. They share their experiences and offer practical advice for navigating burnout, managing stress, and finding support. Join us for a thought-provoking conversation on an important issue affecting the healthcare industry today.Lisa Kirven-Dawes, MD, is a practicing physician in Jamacia focusing on infectious control, diseases, and care & the former Chair of Medicine and graduate of Harvard Medical School.Michael J. Koren, MD, is a practicing cardiologist and Chief Executive Officer at Jacksonville Center for Clinical Research, which conducts clinical trials at 7 locations in Florida. He received his medical degree cum laude at Harvard Medical School and completed his residency in internal medicine and fellowship in cardiology at New York Hospital/Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center/Cornell Medical Center.He is a fellow of the American College of Cardiology, fellow and two-time president of the Academy of Physicians in Clinical Research, and the regional chapter of the American Heart Association. Original Air Date: January 13, 2023#healthcareworkers #heartcareburnout #medevidence Be a part of advancing science by participating in clinical researchShare with a friend. Rate, Review, and Subscribe to the MedEvidence! podcast to be notified when new episodes are released.Follow us on Social Media:FacebookInstagramTwitterLinkedIn Powered by ENCORE Research GroupThank you for listening!
When a doctor is considering making a change to his or her malpractice coverage, the issue of tail nearly always comes up. Unless you are insured on an Occurrence policy form, tail insurance is something you'll need to consider as you modify your coverage year by year. But, let's say your current malpractice insurance just isn't meeting your needs anymore and you want to shop around… Or, perhaps you're leaving an employment arrangement or moving on from another job. What are your options going forward? Well, today we're going to talk about PRIOR ACTS coverage, which makes it easy and affordable for you to move to a new carrier without having to buy tail insurance. Let's start the discussion. RELATED EPISODE: Claims-Made vs. Occurrence Coverage: What's the Difference? https://youtu.be/ziBmE9oUh2M1:36 What is prior acts coverage?2:59 Understanding claims-made coverage6:04 How to know how much prior acts coverage will cost7:30 Examples11:38 Let Aegis help!**********Contact us!**********
This season's theme is Hard Conversations, and in this final episode, Michael and Brad share their own hard conversation with a physician client involved in a tax evasion scheme. Tune in for Brad's “main character” moment, the impact of differences in communication, risk tolerance, and health care compliance. Visit our website www.byrdadatto.com to learn more and to subscribe to the ByrdAdatto newsletter. Follow us on social media to stay up-to-date on the ByrdAdatto family. Finally, subscribe to our YouTube channel for short videos on breaking developments and interesting business and health care compliance topics. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ByrdAdatto/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/ByrdAdatto Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/byrdadattolaw/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/byrdadatto YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6VSOw0W5lrrj4iIl1HxTbg
We're pleased to be discussing the book Die With Zero by Bill Perkins. Bill isn't a financial advisor (a plus if you ask us), but he offers a lot of insight and perspective on personal finance and financial independence that got us thinking about our approaches to money in a new way. It's especially applicable to us as doctors. On one end of the spectrum, we have the doctors who are in a race to reach financial independence and rarely take time to stop and smell the roses. On the other end of the spectrum, we have those who spent years delaying gratification to get through medical training who are living in full YOLO mode without enough planning for the future. Die With Zero is an interesting book because it bridges these two ends of the spectrum. Set for Life Insurance → www.setforlifeinsurance.com Looking to increase your financial literacy? Check out Medical Degree Financial University → MDFU.Co
Financial Freedom for Physicians with Dr. Christopher H. Loo, MD-PhD
Description: Join us for an enlightening conversation with accomplished entrepreneur and Scaling Up coach, George Morris. As someone who built a successful company from scratch during the dotcom crash, George offers invaluable insights into overcoming challenges and accelerating business growth. In this episode, we explore a range of topics that will empower you and your team to reach new heights. Key topics covered in this episode include: Thriving in uncertainty: George's strategies for growing your company and avoiding failure during turbulent times. Mastering the basics: The importance of focusing on fundamental business principles for sustainable growth and effective team alignment. The entrepreneurial mindset: A deep dive into the mental health of entrepreneurs, including vulnerability, self-care, and the role of love, empathy, and active listening in fostering rapid growth. Leadership insights: Discover the qualities of exceptional leaders, how to spot A-players on your team, and the leaders who have inspired George throughout his journey. Learning from experience: George reflects on his biggest entrepreneurial mistakes and discusses the critical factors most companies neglect. Coaching revelations: George shares his most surprising lessons from coaching executive teams, along with three actionable tips to help listeners propel their businesses forward. Don't miss this engaging episode filled with practical advice, hard-earned wisdom, and powerful insights from George Morris, a seasoned entrepreneur and coach who has transformed businesses and lives with his unique approach to growth and leadership. To connect with George, visit his website: https://gmorris.com/ Disclaimer: Not advice. Educational purposes only. Not an endorsement for or against. Results not vetted. Views of the guests do not represent those of the host or show. Do your due diligence. Click here to join PodMatch (the "AirBNB" of Podcasting): https://www.joinpodmatch.com/drchrisloomdphd We couldn't do it without the support of our listeners. To help support the show: CashApp- https://cash.app/$drchrisloomdphd Venmo- https://account.venmo.com/u/Chris-Loo-4 Buy Me a Coffee- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chrisJx Thank you to our sponsor, CityVest: https://bit.ly/37AOgkp Click here to schedule a 1-on-1 private coaching call: https://www.drchrisloomdphd.com/book-online Click here to purchase my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaQn4p Follow our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/chL1357 Thank you to our advertisers on Spotify. Financial Freedom for Physicians, Copyright 2023
Life Coaching for Women Physicians
Your body will hold onto excess weight when you're stressed. We all know that too much stress has a detrimental effect on our bodies, regardless of the type of stress or the cause of it. In this episode, I'm talking about the different types of stress, the stress scale, and some practical ways you can reduce your stress levels. How to Reduce Your Stress Levels Recognize how often you have judgemental thoughts Start acknowledging your stress level and where you want to be Set and maintain boundaries Weight Loss and Your Stress Levels People often ask me what the best way to lose weight is. The truth is, there is no one way to lose weight – it's entirely different and personal to your body. You need to find the best way that works for you. Saying that there is one thing that tends to prevent weight loss, regardless of your body: stress. Stress, whether mental, emotional, or physical, has a detrimental effect on your body, making weight loss way more difficult. I'd like you to consider the stress scale, with 1 being lying on a beach sipping cocktails and 10 being so stressed you can't even function. Where do you fall on any given day? Stress and Control Stress causes your body to hold onto excess weight, regardless of what you eat. When your cortisol levels are high, your body is having a response to stress. And when your body is chronically in that stress response state, of course, it will hold onto excess weight. We respond in a stressful manner when we try to control those things that we can't actually control. The first step to reducing your stress is to let go of what you can't control, and instead, focus on what you can control. This will make a huge difference. Where are you on the stress scale on an average day? Where do you want to get your stress level to regularly? Let me know in the comments on the episode page how reducing your stress level will improve your life and your weight. In This Episode What the right weight loss plan is [6:00] The different causes of stress [7:45] How to protect your energy [8:15] The role of cortisol in your stress response [15:00] How stress impacts your body's ability to lose weight [18:45] What you can control [22:15] Why you want to reduce your stress to reach your goals [25:15] Quotes “Finding a way to have these things will only be available if we're able to manage our stress.” [3:56] “You can find the evidence and research for anything you want to believe, but the magic will come in being aware on your own authentic rhythms and the way that your body likes to be fed.” [6:43] “When you're thinking about stress, think about stress is also known as whatever it is that drains your energy. If your energy is being drained, you are going to be stressed.” [8:03] “I always say the two greatest gifts are time and energy. If we can preserve our time with boundaries if we can preserve our energy with boundaries, that's just one strategy, we are going to preserve ourselves and we are going to be able to decrease the amount of stress that we're constantly under, that we're constantly facing.” [21:55] Resources Mentioned Join the Interest List for Transform 6.0 Enrollment for the next Ultimate Jump Start™ will open soon for May-June, 2023: 12-CME Credits Available Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram | YouTube Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 143: The Power of Asking for Help Episode 150: Scheduling Your Optimal Health Episode 149: Feeling Your Way to Optimal Health
After facing a near-death experience in the form of cancer in 2018, probably because of the stress he endured at work, Dr. Andrew "Andy" Berkowski knew he wanted a change. In order to prevent such a condition from ever entering his life again, he had to gain more independence in his line of work (neurology & sleep). That meant starting his own direct care practice. In order to get educated on the money side, he consumed financial resources voraciously and spoke with a lot of colleagues about the logistics. Today, he's an outspoken expert who runs his own practice and preaches against the debilitating work conditions of the medical industry. If you want to learn how Dr. Berkowski... - Started his own direct care practice.- Recovered from a life-threatening condition.- Reduced his levels of stress as a practicing medical professional. You'll love this episode! Enjoy! Links: ReLACS Health My DPC Story Podcast Direct Specialty Care Alliance Contact Finance for Physicians Finance for Physicians
Financial Freedom for Physicians with Dr. Christopher H. Loo, MD-PhD
Description: In this inspiring episode, we sit down with the unstoppable Fitz Koehler, one of America's most prominent fitness experts, race announcers, and cancer comeback warriors. We dive into her courageous journey through cancer, how she built her successful business FITZNESS, and her mission to help others live better and longer. Join us as we explore Fitz's experiences with cancer treatment, her return to high levels of fitness after cancer care, and her dedication to making fitness fun and attainable for everyone. We also discuss her Cancer Comeback Series, the power of resilience, self-publishing, and the incredible impact health and fitness can have on remission and recurrence rates. During our conversation, Fitz reveals the most exciting aspects of being a race announcer, the best parts of self-publishing, and her unique experiences standing on stages bald. Don't miss this empowering conversation with Fitz Koehler, as she shares her wisdom on overcoming fear, embracing mental strength, and proving that we all can do hard things. Make sure to grab a copy of her Cancer Comeback Series, which has been a source of motivation and hope for countless individuals. To check out Fitz's books, head on over to Amazon. My Noisy Cancer Comeback: https://amzn.to/3LCBDXx Your Healthy Cancer Comeback: Sick to Strong: https://amzn.to/40qTQvC The Everything Flat Belly Cookbook: https://amzn.to/3n8CwNA Disclaimer: Not advice. Educational purposes only. Not an endorsement for or against. Results not vetted. Views of the guests do not represent those of the host or show. Do your due diligence. Click here to join PodMatch (the "AirBNB" of Podcasting): https://www.joinpodmatch.com/drchrisloomdphd We couldn't do it without the support of our listeners. To help support the show: CashApp- https://cash.app/$drchrisloomdphd Venmo- https://account.venmo.com/u/Chris-Loo-4 Buy Me a Coffee- https://www.buymeacoffee.com/chrisJx Thank you to our sponsor, CityVest: https://bit.ly/37AOgkp Click here to schedule a 1-on-1 private coaching call: https://www.drchrisloomdphd.com/book-online Click here to purchase my books on Amazon: https://amzn.to/2PaQn4p Follow our YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/chL1357 Thank you to our advertisers on Spotify. Financial Freedom for Physicians, Copyright 2023
Dr. Hanna Erickson is PGY-1 internal medicine resident in the Stanbury Physician-Scientist Pathway of the Massachusetts General Hospital. She completed her bachelor's degree in chemistry at the University of Minnesota, her MD-PhD at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign in the lab of Dr. Sayeepriyadarshini Anakk. During her time as a MD-PhD student, she held many roles including Vice President of the American Physician Scientists Association (APSA) and Chair of the National Council of Student Members of the American College of Physicians. She also shares her journey to dual degrees and beyond on her blog mdphdtobe.com. Our conversation spanned her journey to residency, involvement in research and advocacy, challenges with transitions along the way, and reflections on motivating and retaining physician-scientist trainees. Credits: Our thanks to Dr. Erickson for being on the podcast. Follow Dr. Erickson on twitter @mdphdtobe and check out her blog at www.mdphdtobe.com Executive Producers: - Bejan Saeedi - Joe Behnke - Michael Sayegh - Carey Jansen - Nielsen Weng Faculty Advisors - Brian Robinson - Mary Horton - Talia Swartz - Chris Williams - David Schwartz Twitter: @behindthescope_ Instagram: @behindthemicroscopepod Facebook: @behindthemicroscope1 Website: behindthemicroscope.com
Today I want to give an update on non-competes for 2023. LINKS: www.ContractDiagnostics.com
This month Steven Kelly, MD and host Paul Wirkus, MD, FAAP discuss common problems in pediatric otolaryngology.In week three, the conversation centers around neck masses in children - work up, treatment and when to refer. Want to ask Dr. Kelly a question? Send your question to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your question will be answered next week. For more information about available credit visit vCurb.com.ACCME Accreditation StatementThis activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Colorado Medical Society through the joint providership of Kansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics and Utah Chapter, AAP. Kansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics is accredited by the Colorado Medical Society to provide continuing medical education for physicians. AMA Credit Designation StatementKansas Chapter, American Academy of Pediatrics designates this live activity for a maximum of 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should claim only the credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.