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Even with your own home, have you noticed that real estate prices have been a bit hectic? How do you build wealth with real estate? Not with your primary residence. In this episode of the Finance For Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about real estate as an investment outside of your primary residence. You are building wealth with your home, but it is hard to realize that wealth. Topics Discussed: • Real Estate Market Prices: Massive increases in short periods of time • Crazy Market: What are the reasons? Nobody really knows underlying causes • Supply and Demand: Low supply and high demand drives up real estate prices • Why is demand high? People still want to buy or invest in real estate • Why is supply low? Cautious builders, lumber costs, lack of skilled labor, rules • Real Estate Investing - Alternative approaches to make money: ◦ Appreciation: Own property that increases in value ◦ Rent: Own property that is rented out to others to generate income ◦ Loan: Charge interest on money loaned for real estate deals • Ways to Own Real Estate: Short- or long-term rentals, flips, multi-units, raw land • Real Estate Responsibilities: Do you want to be an investor or more involved? • Why people write/talk about real estate: Hype, interest, and money to be made • Big Benefits: Diversify, passive income, tax shelters, and better returns • Downsides: Time, dealing with people, risks, returns, complexity, and alternatives • Purpose: Why do you want to invest in real estate and build a portfolio? Links: https://www.reit.com/ https://www.vrbo.com/ https://financeforphysicians.co/
Episode 170 hosts Dr Tom Decates from Amsterdam, Holland. Dr Decates is a Cosmetic Physician who also specialises in cosmetic complications. He works at the Erasmus University Hopsital where he and his colleagues offer the only filler complications centre in the world. He has undertaken formal research in the field and completed his PhD in 2021 entitled, 'The origin of soft tissue filler adverse events'. In part one of a two part episode (out next week), we discuss: - Dr Decates background - Insights into how the filler complications centre started and how it's funded - What is the immune system's normal response to fillers when they injected? - Is it possible for a filler to be non-immunogenic? - What do we mean by ‘filler integration'? - What happens when fillers are broken down and do the small molecular weight chains of filler create an inflammatory process? - What type of patients are not medically suitable for fillers? - Can we treat patients with autoimmune disease? - Whether oral hygiene or a recent dentist appointment matters when considering injecting a patient with fillers? - COVID vaccines & filler reactions: What was the outcome of this and did we see more filler complications? - How to clean a patients face before a filler treatment - Bacteria and the formation of biofilm: what is it? - The issue with swabbing wounds and abscesses: why are they often reported as 'sterile' and where are the bacteria? - The genetic link and HLA: why a small sub-group of the population are prone to filler reactions - A new cheek swab that promises to identify such patients and help avoid up to 85% of immune-related complications Show your support for IA via Patreon Follow IA on Instagram Visit our website Subscribe to IA on Apple Podcasts Subscribe to IA on Spotify Contact Dr Jake & David More about Dr Jake Follow Dr Jake on Instagram Follow David on Instagram Follow Tom on Instagram
These medical professionals demand that crimes against humanity must be addressed. Constitutional expert, lawyer, author, pastor, and founder of Liberty Counsel Mat Staver discusses the important topics of the day with co-hosts and guests that impact life, liberty, and family. To stay informed and get involved - visit www.LC.org
"No one anticipated how the pandemic would impact their Deaf colleagues' work environment and career opportunities. Yet, 15% of adults report some form of hearing difficulty. This number increases dramatically with advancing age, with 50% of those aged 75 years or older experiencing hearing difficulty. The exact number of Deaf/Hard of Hearing (DHH) physicians and other health care providers is unknown. However, according to the Association of Medical Professionals With Hearing Losses, the numbers have increased over the past few decades. This increase is in part due to legislation (such as the Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990) and evolving technologies (such as electronic and visual stethoscopes and speech-to-text applications). Although these changes have enabled more DHH professionals to work in health care, none was sufficient to address the COVID-19 pandemic's effect on DHH physicians. I grieved this change in my life. I could not rely on my usual communication methods to understand people. To succeed in this new reality, I had to advocate for full-time interpreters at work to treat my patients, urgently help a colleague with their shift, or attend a last-minute meeting. I needed to select skilled, compatible interpreters while consciously redesigning my work environment to consider their needs, methods, and availability." Carolyn Stern is a family physician. She shares her story and discusses her KevinMD article, "Practicing medicine as a Deaf physician is an uphill battle. COVID makes it worse." This episode is sponsored by Pattern, physician disability and life insurance made simple. Shopping for disability insurance can be complicated and time-consuming. Wondering if you are getting the best prices and discounts while in training can make the process even more overwhelming. Pattern believes doctors have more important things to do than spend hours sorting through numerous insurance options. This is why thousands of doctors trust Pattern to help them compare and understand the insurance they are buying. They do this in three simple steps: First, request your quotes online. Second, compare your options and ask questions. And third, secure your policy. Be confident that you have the right policy so that your income is protected. With huge discounts for doctors in training and fewer requirements on labs and physicals, now is truly the best time to request your disability insurance quotes with Pattern at patternlife.com. Did you enjoy today's episode? Rate and review the show so more audiences can find The Podcast by KevinMD. Subscribe on your favorite podcast app to get notified when a new episode comes out. Reflect and earn 1.0 AMA PRA Category 1 CME for this episode. Also available in Category 1 CME bundles. Powered by CMEfy - a seamless way for busy clinician learners to discover Internet Point-of-Care Learning opportunities that reward AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s)™. Learn more at about.cmefy.com/cme-info
“If a physician is empowered to turn to their highest strengths, whatever they are, if it's teamwork or creativity, they are empowered to be themselves in their practice, which can kind of manage burnout too. Because burnout can happen if we're completely pushing down all of the qualities that uplift us and energize us naturally. - Ryan M. Niemiec, Psy.D. For today's episode, Master Certified Coach Jill Farmer welcomes psychologist, Dr. Ryan Niemiec. Dr. Niemiec is a leading international figure in character strengths and is the Education Director of the VIA Institute on Character. So what are character strengths? Dr. Niemiec summarizes them as the qualities that are best in you. Why should you know more about your character strengths? In this episode, you will hear all about how your character strengths can influence your life and well-being and ultimately help you to THRIVE. Dr. Niemiec will describe, in detail, the science behind his work in character strengths, how you can utilize your specific character strengths and which of the 24 character strengths you may want to strengthen in yourself based on the five pillars of health that Dr. Niemiec defines. We hope that you tune in and tap in to what is best about you! Visit https://viacharacter.org to learn more and find out what your top character strengths are and which you may want to cultivate. Ryan M. Niemiec, Psy.D. is a leading international figure in character strengths that are found in all human beings. As an educator, scientist, and practitioner, Ryan is the Education Director of the renown VIA Institute on Character, a nonprofit organization in Cincinnati, Ohio, that leads the global advancement of the science of character strengths. Ryan is an award-winning psychologist, annual instructor at the University of Pennsylvania, and author of 11 books, over 100 academic papers, and several-hundred user-friendly articles. His books include the bestselling consumer book, The Power of Character Strengths, the popular stress workbook The Strengths-Based Workbook for Stress Relief, the 2020 workbook The Positivity Workbook for Teens, and Positive Psychology at the Movies. He's also the author of the two leading practitioner-focused books in positive psychology – Character Strengths Interventions and Mindfulness and Character Strengths. The latter book contains the evidenced-based program he founded, Mindfulness-Based Strengths Practice (MBSP), used by practitioners and researchers across the globe. He created VIA's first character strengths certification program – MBSP Certification – in 2021. His research areas include character strengths, MBSP, positive interventions, peace psychology, nature/environment connection, spirituality, life meaning, disability, and positive health. Ryan has been interviewed by a number of luminaries including the legendary Larry King in 2020. He's given over 1,000 presentations on positive psychology topics, including a character strengths world tour in 2009-2010, a TEDx talk in 2017, a speaking tour of Australia, a keynote at a Harvard conference, and invited keynotes and workshops at conferences across the globe. He is Fellow of the International Positive Psychology Association (IPPA) and serves on their Council of Advisors. He is co-founder and president of the Spirituality/Meaning Division of IPPA. Ryan lives in Cincinnati with his wife and three young, zestful children. His highest strengths are hope, love, honesty, fairness, spirituality, curiosity, and appreciation of beauty. Ryan's hobbies include playing tai chi, chess, basketball, and guitar; watching Michigan State athletics and The Walking Dead, and collecting vintage and rare Pez dispensers. Find full transcripts of DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast episodes on the DocWorking Blog The past few weeks have been busy at DocWorking! We have been working behind the scenes to add more CME credits to the THRIVE memberships. Now you can get a credit for each small group coaching session as well as for each 1:1 coaching session, so 12 credits/year from monthly small group coaching sessions plus 8 credits for our foundational StressPal course+community coaching. That means there are now up to 32 credits in our THRIVE Platinum subscription! DocWorking empowers physicians and entire health care teams to get on the path to achieving their dreams, both in and outside of work, with programs designed to help you maximize life with minimal time. Are you a physician who would like to tell your story? Please email Amanda Taran, our producer, at firstname.lastname@example.org to be considered. And if you like our podcast and would like to subscribe and leave us a 5 star review, we would be extremely grateful! We're everywhere you like to get your podcasts! Apple iTunes, Spotify, iHeart Radio, Google, Pandora, Stitcher, PlayerFM, ListenNotes, Amazon, YouTube, Podbean You can also find us on Instagram, Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. Some links in our blogs and show notes are affiliate links, and purchases made via those links may result in payments to DocWorking. These help toward our production costs. Thank you for supporting DocWorking: The Whole Physician Podcast! Occasionally, we discuss financial and legal topics. We are not financial or legal professionals. Please consult a licensed professional for financial or legal advice regarding your specific situation. Podcast produced by: Amanda Taran
Are you looking for another job, or are recruiters seeking you out for opportunities? If you were offered a different job, would you think about taking it? Why, or why not? There’s a lot to consider. In this episode of the Finance for Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about whether to accept another job. It can be difficult to make a decision and navigate your priorities as an in-practice physician. Topics Discussed: Temptations: Financial aspect—try to not first look at the money/compensation Values and Goals: What’s most important? Family, work/life balance, pay? Coworkers: Who will you work with and for? What kind of lives do they live? Position: Is it a job you enjoy? Are the pay/benefits decent? What are the hours? Student Aid: Confirm if the employer is Public Service Loan Forgiveness qualified Insurance Coverage: Are malpractice insurance and tail coverage provided? Employment Law: Hire a consultant or employment attorney to review contracts Links: PSLF Customer Reviews on iTunes Financial Residency Podcast Contact Finance for Physicians Finance for Physicians
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What you believe is EVERYTHING in weight loss. When you start trying to lose weight with the same old limiting beliefs, it is like pulling a wagon full of bricks towards your goals. It's hard! But these limiting beliefs are sneaky! You may not notice them right away because they saoud so much like fact. This episode is a replay of one of the most popular episodes on the podcast. Even if you listened to it when it originally came out, listen to it again. Ready to THRIVE in your weight loss & your life? Thrive Academy for Physicians will teach you tools that honor you as an individual - no more fitting into someone else's diet rules. Get your name on the invitation list at https://weightsolutionsforphysicians.ca/thrive
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has recently started mailing letters inviting physicians to one-on-one training sessions about the Medicare hospice benefit. In this episode, Husch Blackwell's Meg Pekarske, Bryan Nowicki and Claire Postman talk about what these training sessions involve, why CMS is conducting them, and how physicians and hospices can respond.
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Featuring articles on neoadjuvant chemoimmunotherapy in resectable non–small-cell lung cancer, tranexamic acid for noncardiac surgery, activation of oncogene expression by demethylating agents, efficacy of the mRNA-1273 vaccine in older children, and structural racism in the academic residency clinic; a review article on the gliflozins in the management of cardiovascular disease; a case report of a man with fevers, night sweats, and a mediastinal mass; and Perspective articles on federal action supporting overdose-prevention centers, on when naloxone isn't enough, and on e pluribus unum.
Dr. Jillian Horton, Associate Chair of the Internal Medicine department at the University of Manitoba Max Rady College of Medicine and author of We Are All Perfectly Fine: A Memoir of Love, Medicine and Healing, explains the importance of physicians sharing their own burnout stories and why personal storytelling is a crucial step to improving culture and effecting systemic change. For resources on tackling physician burnout, please visit stepsforward.org.
In this week's episode I dig into the heart of getting your providers paid. Many of the breakdown starts with the data collected at the time of the appointment. In my career I started at the front desk. The most important role beside the Physician! I will walk you through my career from Receptionist to Consultant --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/lifeasacoder/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/lifeasacoder/support
Aletheia Lawry, General Counsel, NextCare Holdings, Inc., speaks with Tony Kouba, Principal, ECG Management Consultants, and Kelsey Jernigan, Partner, K&L Gates LLP, about some of the recent changes to the Medicare Physician Fee Schedule (MPFS) and how provider compensation programs are responding. They discuss the split in how health systems are using the MPFS, how 2021 compensation data surveys will be impacted, and how compensation structures may change as more health systems move to value-based care. Sponsored by ECG Management Consultants.
This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers, Cozy Earth, and Rupa Health.Insulin resistance is a main driver of cardiovascular disease that we don't hear enough about. Paying attention to our sugar and starch intake, eating plenty of healthy fats and vegetables, and getting enough exercise can all dramatically improve our insulin sensitivity and reduce our risk of heart disease and other metabolic issues. For the next few weeks, I'll be featuring in-depth episodes from my Longevity Roadmap docu-series. Today, we're talking all about heart health. Throughout this episode, you'll learn everything you need to know about preventing and treating cardiovascular disease from a functional perspective, from innovative testing to at-home lifestyle changes. To get all of my longevity tips, sign up for my weekly Longevity newsletter at drhyman.com/longevity.In this series, I am joined by my colleagues at The UltraWellness Center: Elizabeth Boham, MD, MS, RD, Medical Director and Physician; Todd LePine, MD, Physician; and George Papanicolaou, DO, Physician.This episode is brought to you by BiOptimizers, Cozy Earth, and Rupa Health.BiOptimizers Magnesium Breakthrough formula contains seven different forms of magnesium, all of which have different functions in the body. There is truly nothing like it on the market. Go to magbreakthrough.com/hyman and use code hyman10 at checkout for 10% off your next order.Cozy Earth makes the most comfortable, temperature-regulating, nontoxic sheets on the market. Right now, get 40% off your Cozy Earth sheets. Just head over to cozyearth.com and use code MARK40.Rupa Health is a place where Functional Medicine practitioners can access more than 2,000 specialty lab tests from over 20 labs like DUTCH, Vibrant America, Genova, and Great Plains. You can check out a free, live demo with a Q&A or create an account at RupaHealth.com.Here are more details from our interview (audio version / Apple Subscriber version): Why cardiovascular disease is not just about heart health (4:44 / 1:35)The true role of cholesterol in cardiovascular disease (7:58 / 4:35) What causes inflammation? (12:53 / 9:40) Are statin drugs effective for the prevention of heart disease? (14:28 / 11:21) Habits to prevent heart disease (18:27 / 15:14) The dangers of insulin resistance (20:23 / 17:00) The importance of LDL cholesterol particle size (24:19 / 19:45) What is insulin resistance? (31:47 / 27:18) Markers of inflammation (35:55 / 31:21) Four behaviors that reduce your risk of disease (49:54 / 45:44) See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Does the financial language seem so complicated? Are you a physician looking to grow your income? This episode is definitely for you! Dr. Elisa Chiang MD, PhD. is a practicing ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon, a certified life coach, and the host of Grow Your Wealth Mindset podcast. She dove into the world of personal finance and investing when she was in the grad school years of the MSTP (combined MD/Ph.D. program) 19 years ago and has flourished since then. Dr. Chiang now helps health care professionals feel confident about managing and investing their money to build wealth that enables them to reach financial freedom.Tune in as she shares tips for overcoming burnout, getting out of the trap of the arrival fallacy, and building your path to financial independence while enjoying the journey to get there. In a nutshell, we chat about:Why physicians need to understand money and the difference that makesSome of the biggest mistakes she has seen the physician community makeWhat investing and wealth looked like for Dr. Chiang when she started 19 years agoHow to become financially literateStrategies to stay away from growing into your income…and so much more!Featured in the Show:Website: https://growyourwealthymindset.com Instagram: @growyourwealthymindsetYouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/WealthyMindsetMD Grow Your Wealthy Mindset on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/GrowYourWealthyMindsetMore from Doctors Changing Medicine:Join the Doctors Changing Medicine Community HEREYouTube Channel
Your genes show you so many interesting things about yourself and your health, but they don't have to define you. I'm sharing with you how some of my specific gene markers show me where I am predisposed to certain responses and how knowing this can help me create a better health and wellness strategy. How to Use Your Genes for Optimal Health Figure out your stress response Optimize your stress management Understand how you're predisposed Create a smarter strategy based on your predispositions Gene Analysis and Your Health It was really interesting for me to discover, through my gene analysis, that my body is actually predisposed to have a heightened response to stress. This means that when I approach a stressful situation, my heart beats faster, my breathing shallows, and the cortisol rushes through my body. This also means that hard and fast exercises, like HIIT or daily strenuous workouts, don't work for me. My body ends up surging cortisol and adrenaline, which in turn means that I end up feeling in fight or flight mode - and holding onto the fat that I'm actually trying to lose. Knowing this about my genes helps me curate my workouts to not trigger my body's stress response. Another great example from my genes is understanding that I'm actually predisposed to binge eating! I also have the gene which means my hunger and full cues aren't as noticeable. You can see how this could cause weight gain! Redefining Your Predisposed Genes However, knowing what I know now about these genes has actually helped me develop a smarter strategy when it comes to my health, fitness, and wellness routine. I can't change my genes, but I can change my lifestyle. And that's exactly what I did. I developed strategies and methods to help me rely on them, such as knowing what a normal meal for my body size and type should look like, instead of my non-existent hunger cues. My genes don't define me - and yours don't define you. It's about understanding what you're predisposed to and figuring out a strategy that helps you work smarter for your body. If you're interested in learning more about how to use your genes to better support your health and wellness routine, I'd love to have you on my upcoming course. It's currently in development, so please register your interest and I'll be in touch when I have more details! Genetic Health Analysis Group - Interest List In This Episode How your genes might predispose you to heightened stress response [8:00] What happens to your exercise routine when you understand your body's response to stress [10:00] How your genes might predispose you to impulse and binge eating [19:00] Why knowing your genes can help you redefine your health goals [24:15] How to use your genes to create a smarter strategy [24:30] Quotes “Our genes, whatever they tell us, are not a good or bad thing. It's a thing. With the information we have from our genes, we can move forward in a way where we can work smarter, not harder, and have a lot more self-compassion.” [5:14] “I can't change my genes, but I can change my lifestyle.” [12:00] “This did feel hard because that was my predisposition, but I did it anyway. If I can do that, imagine the other things I can do. And if I can do this, knowing that I have this gene, imagine all the other genes that can give me information that I can then go ahead and optimize how I can care for myself and my health.” [21:02] “Having the knowledge is power, but we still get to decide how we pursue the lifestyle. These genes do not define us at all.” [24:18] Resources Mentioned Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 103: You Did Not Fail Episode 106: Honoring Your Authentic Body Episode 105: Go All-In On You
If you don't do anything or take action by following up on your financial vitals plan, it's not of any value to you. The purpose is to make progress and improve sooner by staying on track and measuring success. In this episode of the Finance for Physicians Podcast, Daniel Wrenne talks about steps to move forward by planning, checking, and tracking your financial vitals. Happiness is when your values are in alignment with your actions. Topics Discussed: • Goal: Come up with a game plan based on an individual's vitals and customize it • Financial Vitals Recap: ◦ Part 1: Clarify values ◦ Part 2: Save, spend, give ratio ◦ Part 3: Net worth ◦ Part 4: Safety net check ◦ Part 5: Investment plan • Annually or As Needed: How often to check if financial vitals are in alignment • Other Financial Vitals: Consider education funding and business-related items • Key Takeaway: Create plan to take action for checking financial vitals Links: https://financeforphysicians.co/ https://financeforphysicians.co/2021/08/12/what-you-need-to-know-about-estate-planning/
Dr. Haake has over a decade of experience as an emergency medicine physician and also works as an EMS director. He shares what he enjoys about it and things you could do to know for yourself if it would be a good fit. He's an amazing spokesperson for the specialty!
Kids can be challenging and frustrating to deal with sometimes. But there are ways to make non-compliance less frequent!On this episode of Calm, Cool and Connected, Dr. Liz explains three ways to get your kids to comply (without cracking the whip!).For more information on Dr. Elizabeth Fedrick, visit her website: evolvecounselingaz.comConnect with Dr. Fedrick on Instagram: @drelizabethfedrickWatch the video interview on our Facebook PageHave a question you'd like answered on the show? Leave us a voicemail here: https://www.speakpipe.com/CalmCoolConnectedFor more great Calm, Cool and Connected content, don't forget to subscribe to the podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Overcast, Spotify, and all the popular podcasting platforms. (RSS) https://3cstvshow.buzzsprout.comAlready subscribed? Please take a moment to rate and review the podcast so that we can reach as many people that need the help as we can: https://3cstvshow.buzzsprout.com DISCLAIMER: THE CONSULTATIONS OR INTERACTIONS OFFERED ARE NOT MENTAL HEALTH THERAPY. THE CONSULTATION IS FOR EDUCATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AND NOT STRUCTURED IN A WAY TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING/PSYCHOTHERAPY/THERAPY/ DIAGNOSING OF ANY KIND. YOU UNDERSTAND THAT CALM COOL AND CONNECTED IS NOT PROVIDING INFORMATION AS YOUR TREATING MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELOR, PHYSICIAN, ATTORNEY, LEGAL COUNSEL, EMPLOYER, MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL. We offer no guarantees or promise of results from event nor assume liability for any information provided.
Our guests today are Tony Stajduhar, president of Jackson Physician Search and Chris Franklin, president of LocumTenens.com. Chris and Tony are here today to talk about the findings from their joint research study on Rural Physician Recruitment and Staffing. Resources for this episode: • Tony Stajduhar(https://www.jacksonphysiciansearch.com/about/) • Chris Franklin (https://www.locumtenens.com/about-us/who-we-are/executives/chris-franklin-executive-bio/) • Rural Physician Recruitment and Staffing Survey Results (https://www.mgma.com/resources/human-resources/rural-physician-recruitment-and-staffing-survey-re) • MGMA Education Opportunities (www.mgma.com/events) This episode is sponsored by: MPE: DX Conference — Join MGMA's Pathways Conference DX June 7-8 online. Our digital experience is built on three content areas vital to medical practice excellence: finance, operations, and data. Go to mgma.com/events to register today. Onsite Women's Health — Onsite Women's Health provides healthcare practices and providers with the ability to bring screening mammography in-house. Partnering with Onsite allows more women to keep up with their annual screening and gives anyone impacted by breast cancer a fighting chance. Learn more at www.onsitewomenshealth.com. We'd love to hear from you. Tell us what you think. Let us know if there's a topic you want us to cover or an expert you'd like us to interview. Email us at email@example.com. The MGMA Insights podcasts are produced by Daniel Williams, Rob Ketcham and Decklan McGee.
Hospitals can financially induce non-physician practitioners to relocate - but be very careful. In this episode, Captain Integrity Bob Wade dives into non-physician practitioner recruitment under the Stark Law. Hear why the rules with respect to non-physician practitioners are very different, the financial incentive cannot exceed 50% of the compensation, signing bonus, and benefits, why it's limited only to primary care and mental health, who the contracts needs to be signed by, and what the pinnacle issue often is. Learn more at CaptainIntegrity.com
Today's ID the Future brings onto the show Scottish physician David Galloway, author of the recent book Design Dissected and former president of Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow. Source
This episode features Dr. Ademola Adewale, Emergency Medicine Physician at AdventHealth East Orlando, and President Elect of the Medical Staff at AdventHealth Hospital Central Florida Division. Here, he discusses identifying signs of burnout, his own experience with burnout, his focus on making providers whole, and more.
What does $400.00 and your mother's credit card have in common? For Jean Drummond it was the beginning of making an impactful and meaningful difference in the field of healthcare. Coming from a long line of “fem-trepreneurs” in her family—both her mother and grandmother owned their own businesses—Jean was surrounded by powerful role models that would later inspire her to begin her own healthcare policy business. She graduated from Howard State University as a Physician's Assistant where she witnessed the impact of health inequities daily. This became her driving motivator, and she soon found herself advocating for the vulnerable populations she served. This included running a PR campaign to prevent the closure of a minority-oriented healthcare program. She knew that she was being called to a higher purpose and wanted to advance her community in meaningful ways. All of her experiences led her to establish Healthcare Dynamics International, a national quality improvement and population health firm that has been recognized by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services for its achievements as a prime contractor. From one employee with $400.00 and her mother's credit card, HCD International has grown to a thriving business with over 200 employees from 20 different countries that speak 23 unique languages. During the global COVID-19 pandemic, Jean has remained fearlessly committed to quality healthcare and health equity for all, especially the most vulnerable. Supporting health partners and agencies, HCDI has helped to provide over 59,000 vaccinations to local communities, administered over 15,000 COVID-19 tests, and supported the contact tracing effort, leading to over 250,000 closed cases. She joined me this week to tell me more. For more information: https://www.hcdi.com/ Instagram: @hcdi_inc Twitter: @HCDI_Inc Facebook: @Jean Drummond Follow: @jean_drummond
TTUHSC President Dr. Lori Rice-Spearman recently announced that the university received the Carnegie Classification of a Very High Research Activity University among special focus four-year institutions. TTUHSC Senior Vice President of the Office of Research and Innovation Lance McMahon, Ph.D., is our guest for this episode. He explains what this newly announced classification means to the university, the type of research being done at TTUHSC, how it's funded and how undergraduate and graduate students are involved in research too.
Brian Cohen, MD, is a practicing anesthesiologist and entrepreneur in the digital health space. In 2015, he co-founded Miami Anesthesia Services, a concierge anesthesia company throughout South Florida. Dr. Cohen acts as Administrative Chief of Miami Anesthesia Services and Chief of their Management Service Organization that supports other independent anesthesia practices throughout Florida. Dr. Cohen is the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Adaptrack, a medical risk focused digital platform for clinicians. He is also the co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of CMEfy, a platform that acts as an engagement and reward tool for clinicians co-learning with each other and within organizations. Additionally, Dr. Cohen is the Specialty Medical Director for the Preferred Anesthesia and Pain Management Program of AMS-RRG, an AM Best, A-rated medical liability company. This was a wide-ranging conversation starting with his concierge anesthesia practice, why he started an MSO if he has no intention of selling said MSO, and then we move onto the digital space and discuss Adaptrack, which creates CME accredited content for physicians that is specialty specific based on trends in litigation to help us manage risk. We end on how you all are going to start getting CME credits for listening to this podcast and reflecting on what you learn via CMEfy. Dr. Cohen completed his BA/MD at the University of Missouri-Kansas City and his residency in anesthesia at Washington University in St. Louis. Most importantly, Dr. Cohen is married to his college sweetheart, also a practicing physician, and the father of their two amazing daughters.
532 - From Soccer to C-Suite: How Girls Succeed through Sports Hosts: Steve Boese, Trish McFarlane Guest: Dr. Gregory Charlop, Physician and Co-Founder of the Women's Sports Forum This episode of At Work in America is sponsored by Paychex, one of the leading providers of HR, payroll, retirement, and insurance solutions for businesses of all sizes. Nearly one-third of U.S. employees say their work schedule still remains unpredictable as a result of the pandemic, a factor they report as having a significant effect on their overall well-being – from causing financial stress, to feeling disconnected from family friends. And, this appears to be affecting younger generations the most.To learn more about these findings, and how you can optimize work scheduling to help better support your employees, visit payx.me/schedules today. This week, we met with Dr. Greg Charlop, to discuss what top women executives and medical research have learned about the importance of girls participating in sports programs. - The role of sports and leadership activities at a young age - Leadership lessons taught by sports programs - Benfits of caring for your employee's children through flexible schedules, etc. - From Soccer to C-Suite Conference information Learn more here Thank you, Dr. Greg, for joining the show today! Remember to subscribe to the HR Happy Hour wherever you get your podcasts.
Physician leaders play an important role in the sustainability of rural healthcare. This week, we're having a conversation with Dr. Bensson Samuel, who tells us about his experiences as an intensive care physician in rural Michigan. “The interesting fact about rural health is that small contributions that are made by each individual in that community leads to a bigger impact.” ~Dr. Bensson Samuel Dr. Samuel is currently based out of Sault Sainte Marie, Michigan, and is currently practicing at MyMichigan Medical Center Sault. He is a graduate of the National Rural Health Association's CFO and CEO programs. He also completed the University of Oxford Executive Leadership Program and holds a Doctor of Business Administration from the Swiss School of Business and Research with a focus on Situational Leadership and its efficacy on achieving organizational goals. His other qualifications include board certifications in Internal medicine, UCNS Neuro-critical care, Certified Health Care Financial Professional from HFMA, and Board Certified in Public Health from the National Board of Public Health Examiners. He spends his free time with his family and four kids. His other passions include economics and human rights.
Throughout my years coaching people who are trying to lose weight, I've noticed how often they start out focusing on the wrong things. What are the wrong things to focus on when it comes to sustainably and permanently losing weight? Tune in to find out! You can find show notes and more by clicking here: http://www.katrinaubellmd.com/280
In this week's episode, I am joined by Valerie Mazziotti, a Life and Health Coach with 30 years of experience as a family practice Physician Assistant. She helps providers reduce burnout by discovering techniques to improve their communication & organization skills, create goals and find support & networking opportunities with their colleagues. By improving provider and patient satisfaction, medical organizations save hundreds of thousands of dollars of loss due to provider turnover. Valerie and I discuss healthcare provider burnout, the effects of Covid-19 on patient-provider relationships, improving provider satisfaction to prevent organizational turnover, and much more. Tune in to this week's episode to learn: How we can minimize healthcare provider burnout to reduce organizational turnover What employers can be doing to improve employee satisfaction in healthcare The importance of life outside of work and its relation to burnout Why people are leaving the workforce, which has led to the great resignation in the healthcare industry Tactics, strategies and training, that can organizations can being using to be proactive in minimizing burnout Grab your drink of choice and join the conversation! Resources Website: www.appcoachingnetwork.com Connect with Valerie: firstname.lastname@example.org Connect with Jennifer George: @bestobsessed_with_jenn | Instagram Jennifer George | Website @jenngeorge08) | Twitter Jennifer George | Facebook Click here to check out my book about connecting and communicating with patients to empower their experiences! Stay up to date on everything happening with the Healthcare Provider Happy Hour by subscribing to my weekly newsletter at www.jennifergeorge.co
Ever wonder what the difference is between a broker and a bank? I will discuss the different options brokers and banks offer. Let me tell you why I think banks have the better doctor loan for you! Check out my website where you can get a free copy of my book "Hippocratic House". You can also learn more about me and my team. Come check us out! https://dougcrousephysicianloans.com/
There have been plenty of headlines sounding the alarm over a physician shortage, but how valid are those concerns? In this episode, Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Daniel Kuzmanovich and Sebastian Beckmann to talk about the existence of a physician shortage and the solutions health care leaders can take to prevent one. Links: How to prevent a primary care shortage The Medical Group Leader's EMR Optimization Playbook Ep. 96 Why the headlines are wrong about physician shortages Get the Daily Briefing newsletter in your inbox. Subscribe now.
Dr. Sandra Awaida is a clinical pharmacist that has been practicing in the US since 1999. She worked as an attending pharmacist at the Massachusetts General hospital which is a Harvard Medical School teaching hospital in the intensive care unit and internal medicine department where she also served on the pharmacy residency advisory committee, the MGH pharmacy research committee and a writer to the MGH pharmacy newsletter. She joined Novartis Canada working on new product launches, developing medical content and speaking on national meetings. Her passion for clinical pharmacy led her on to teach at several universities in the US and abroad until she found her calling when she founded a private cardiology practice where she incorporated Chronic Care Management, Remote Patient Monitoring or RPM and PGx. She is the founder of PreciGenX, LLC. Since 2008, she has worked to advance the non traditional role of pharmacists in medical practices and is a is a huge advocate of a preventative approach to patient care. She is constantly looking to create value by marrying cutting-edge innovative services with the highest evidence-based medicine to achieve the best outcome for her patients and increase ROI or Return of Investment for physicians. And of course she has been mentoring and coaching others to be able to do the same. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Like many people ever since, and even now, Abd al-Latif was fascinated by Egypt's ancient sites and structures, the pyramids and the Sphinx. He was fascinated, but also disgusted with how their stones and contents had been treated as his contemporaries looked to them less with wonder, more with greed. If you like what you hear and want to chip in to support the podcast, my Patreon is here. I'm on Twitter @circus_human, Instagram @humancircuspod, and I have some things on Redbubble. Sources: Abd al-Laṭīf al-Baghdādī. A Physician on the Nile: A Description of Egypt and Journal of the Famine Years. NYU Press, 2021. Bonadeo, Cecilia Martini. ʿAbd Al-Laṭīf Al-Baġdādī's Philosophical Journey From Aristotle's Metaphysics to the ‘Metaphysical Science'. Brill, 2013. Ibn Abi Usaybi'a. A Literary History of Medicine. Edited by E. Savage-Smith, S. Swain, and G.J. van Gelder. Leiden, 2020. Joosse, Peter. The Physician as a Rebellious Intellectual. Peter Lang, 2014. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices