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Our guest: Sonia Singh, Senior VP - Center for Consumerism at AVIA"AVIA is the nation's leading digital transformation partner for healthcare organizations. AVIA provides unique market intelligence, proven collaborative tools, and results-based consulting to help solve healthcare's biggest strategic challenges. " In this episode, we discussed: Why do hospitals need to prioritize digital? Some real world examples that demonstrate the benefits of integrating digital solutions in today's dynamic healthcare environment What moves do healthcare leaders need to make now to be successful during the pandemic surge and beyond? How can digital can bridge gaps in care equality? Our sponsors for this episode are BlocHealth, Curation Health, ChenMed & MediTelecare.BlocHealth is building the ecosystem of services and solutions to power the future of healthcare. For more information, please go to www.blochealth.com follow BlocHealth on social media - @blochealth"Curation Health's advanced clinical decision support platform seamlessly integrates into the electronic health record and leverages more than 750 proven clinical and quality rules. With this intelligent point-of-care platform, you can power a scalable risk adjustment process and amplify quality program performance." For more information, please go to www.curationhealthcare.com & follow Curation Health on social media - @curationhealth"ChenMed brings concierge-style medicine and better health outcomes to the neediest populations – moderate-to-low income seniors with complex chronic diseases. For more information, please go to www.chenmed.com & follow ChenMed on social media - @chenmed"MediTelecare provides behavioral telemedicine services to residents of skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, using state-of-the-art telehealth technology. For more information", please go to www.meditelecare.com & follow Meditelecare on social media – @meditelecareTo learn more about AVIA please use the links below:- Website - LinkedIn Also, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter
Our guest: Dr. Gordon Chen, Chief Medical Officer at ChenMed"ChenMed serves the underserved – moderate-to-low-income seniors with complex chronic diseases." In this episode, we discussed: Why aren't more healthcare professionals in the field leaders? Why do physicians (sometimes) get stuck at the “I'm the doctor, I have a medical degree” stage of influence? Why don't medical schools help physicians develop their leadership skills? How do doctors achieve these higher levels of influence and become healthcare industry leaders? Our sponsors for this episode are BlocHealth, Curation Health, ChenMed & MediTelecare.BlocHealth is building the ecosystem of services and solutions to power the future of healthcare. For more information, please go to www.blochealth.com follow BlocHealth on social media - @blochealth"Curation Health's advanced clinical decision support platform seamlessly integrates into the electronic health record and leverages more than 750 proven clinical and quality rules. With this intelligent point-of-care platform, you can power a scalable risk adjustment process and amplify quality program performance." For more information, please go to www.curationhealthcare.com & follow Curation Health on social media - @curationhealth"ChenMed brings concierge-style medicine and better health outcomes to the neediest populations – moderate-to-low income seniors with complex chronic diseases. For more information, please go to www.chenmed.com & follow ChenMed on social media - @chenmed"MediTelecare provides behavioral telemedicine services to residents of skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, using state-of-the-art telehealth technology. For more information", please go to www.meditelecare.com & follow Meditelecare on social media – @meditelecareTo learn more about ChenMed please use the links below:- Website - LinkedIn Also, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter
Our guest: Graham Rowe, Co-Founder & CEO at Guidepost "The Guidepost network of diabetes coaches uses their telemedicine platform to reach, understand, advise and support people with diabetes, helping each person achieve life-changing health outcomes through transformative personal journeys." In this episode, we discussed: His background Why-how-what of Guidepost Difficulty in getting the business model right to achieve product market fit How remote work is changing healthcare in South Africa What's next? Our sponsors for this episode are BlocHealth, Curation Health, ChenMed & MediTelecare.BlocHealth is building the ecosystem of services and solutions to power the future of healthcare. For more information, please go to www.blochealth.com follow BlocHealth on social media - @blochealth"Curation Health's advanced clinical decision support platform seamlessly integrates into the electronic health record and leverages more than 750 proven clinical and quality rules. With this intelligent point-of-care platform, you can power a scalable risk adjustment process and amplify quality program performance." For more information, please go to www.curationhealthcare.com & follow Curation Health on social media - @curationhealth"ChenMed brings concierge-style medicine and better health outcomes to the neediest populations – moderate-to-low income seniors with complex chronic diseases. For more information, please go to www.chenmed.com & follow ChenMed on social media - @chenmed"MediTelecare provides behavioral telemedicine services to residents of skilled nursing and assisted living facilities, using state-of-the-art telehealth technology. For more information", please go to www.meditelecare.com & follow Meditelecare on social media – @meditelecareTo learn more about Guidepost please use the links below:- Website - LinkedIn Also, be sure to follow Slice of Healthcare on our social channels:- Website - Facebook - LinkedIn - Twitter - YouTube - Newsletter
Scott answers a question about how Trader Joe's has been able to succeed without offering delivery or online shopping. He then shares his thoughts on why telehealth stocks have crashed back to earth after enormous highs, and offers advice to someone in Japan looking to pursue an MBA in the states. Music: https://www.davidcuttermusic.com / @dcuttermusic Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Heather and Maureen return this week for part two of their 2021 Breastfeeding Year in Review series to discuss some more of the most interesting lactation studies of 2021! Listen in to learn about newly found benefits linked to lactation, COVID-19 and breastmilk research. You don't want to miss this one! THANK YOU TO THIS EPISODE'S SPONSORSClick HERE to order Liquid IV! Use promo code MILKMINUTE for 25% off your order and free shipping.Click HERE to get Happi Tummi and enter code MILKMINUTE10 for 10% off your order! Get your breastfeeding journey BACK ON TRACK with a Lactation Consult with Heather! Telehealth available and some insurance accepted. Click the link below for the deets.Click here to Work with HeatherListener Question: Listener had a question about daytime feeds and wanted to know if it's normal for a child to feed frequently for short periods of time, lots of starting and stopping.Find the new Milk Minute Podcast website by clicking here!Become a Milk Minute VIP: Click here to get behind-the-scenes-access and exclusive merch!Contact us: To send us feedback, personal stories, or just to chat you can send us an email at email@example.comGet Community Support: Click Here to Join our Free Facebook Community!Stay up to Date: Find us on INSTAGRAM @milk_minute_podcastPrefer to read the transcript?- Click Here to read the edited version of this episode!Previous episodes of The Milk Minute Podcast mentioned in this episode:Milk Minute Ep. 72- Black Breastfeeding Equity and Opportunity for ChangeResources:Does breastfeeding protect children from COVID-19?COVID-19: Relationship and Impact on Breastfeeding COVID-19 Vaccine in Pregnant and Lactating WomenCHILD Cohort StudyUCLA Health StudyScience DirectThe Critical Window of Opportunity: Lactation Initiation Following Cesarean BirthIndiana University Study on Lactation CookiesSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/milkminutepodcast)
Today's show covers a topic that always brings out the nerd in me. If you are an STC regular, then you know the importance I place on my video and audio gear. With the future of our field being that telehealth is here to stay, a quality home studio setup can help you stand out in your field. For me, the quality of my studio has evolved over the years as I've had more money to invest. Join the conversation to learn how to take your videos to the next level by building a dream home studio. Our Featured Guest Kevin Shen Kevin Shen is a consultant who has been producing online videos for more than ten years, doing most of his work on YouTube. He has developed courses to teach what he has learned about making powerful videos and building a professional quality studio. He shares why a professional studio matters, along with practical considerations to make if building a home studio is on your radar for the future. http://www.dreamstudiocourse.com/ (Dream Studio Course) You'll Learn: Why a professional video studio matters Why online video content is like time travel and space travel How a video studio for therapy helps people who haven't been served well by traditional talk therapy Three tips for creating a dream home studio: Design your studio around your needs for your workflow. Realize that video allows you to create a space for viewers as you get their attention to your face. Lighting should create depth through a large, diffused light source. How your video components can work to create trust from someone you have never met before Kevin's course, Dream Studio Course, a cohort that teaches the structure and steps of building a dream home studio Additional resources mentioned: Find out about my gear and software: http://www.kit.co/mvarghese (Kit.co/mvarghese) You can purchase Kevin's course AND help STC: http://www.sellingthecouch.com/dreamstudiocourse (Dream Studio Course) RESOURCES TO GUIDE YOUR BUSINESS JOURNEY Disclosures: Please note that all opinions are my own and based on my personal experience. Sponsors are acknowledged. Some links in the description are affiliate links where if you click on one of the product links, I'll receive a commission at no additional cost to you. I use these funds to continue to create helpful content to serve our field. As an Amazon Associate, I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases. MY FREE ONLINE WORKSHOPS (These Can Be Watched At A Date/Time That Works For You):
I am honored to interview my fellow doctors at Plant-Based Telehealth, Dr. Klaper, Dr. Zhu, and Dr. Miller. We discuss: – Tips for retirees on how they can eat a whole food plant-based diet. – How to overcome a lack of willpower by changing your environment. – How to create systems to make living healthy automatic. -How to deal with people's perceptions of you being plant base. -Tips for meal prepping. -Tips for dealing with Covid. To learn more visit: https://plantbasedtelehealth.com￼
Elizabeth is thrilled to kick off Season 3 with Dr. Robin Berzin, Founder and CEO of Parsley Health, America's leading holistic medical practice designed to help women overcome chronic conditions. Since founding Parsley Health in 2016, Robin and her team have helped their clients upgrade their health, get to the root of their symptoms, and address everything from hormone health to anxiety. She discusses why the field of mental and physical health needs to talk with one another more, her early vision for telehealth, and how she completely bootstrapped Parsley for the first two years of business. Robin also talks about her new book State Change, a 30-Day Program to change your mind and mood. She gives a preview of the foundational elements of health and beating burnout including disconnecting from our devices, upgrading our sleep environment, and just getting back to the basics of self-care. Mentioned: Friday Night Lights Purely Elizabeth Gluten-Free Pancake Mix Robin: Parsley Health (mention purely for $150 off membership) | State Change | Instagram Say Hi To Elizabeth and Purely Elizabeth: Website | InstagramDiscount: Mention “PURELY” at checkout for $150 off Parsley Membership | Expires March 31, 2022.
BJ Miller is a longtime hospice and palliative medicine physician. He is the co-founder of Mettle Health, which aims to help patients and their families receive personalized and holistic consultation through navigating the existential issues that come with a serious illness or disability. He has worked in a variety of care settings and his main areas of speciality include working across disciplines to affect broad-based culture change, cultivating a civic model for aging and dying, and furthering the message that suffering, illness, and dying are fundamental and intrinsic aspects of life. Dr. Miller serves as a Medical Advisor for the Partnership for Palliative Care, and is the Honorary Medical Chair to the Dream Foundation, a nonprofit organization that serves terminally ill adults and their families. In today's episode, Shay Beider and Dr. Miller discuss the difference between healing versus fixing, and how he found the perseverance to navigate a major accident that resulted in him becoming a triple amputee. BJ also talks about the importance of presence and empathy in life, particularly at the end of life. By allowing things to be as they are, people can live in the moment and experience compassion in the face of suffering. The acceptance of “what is” ultimately allows people to be able to sit with the human experience of pain. In this meaningful conversation, Dr. Miller delves into the importance of embracing the unknown to create connection and fully feel the aesthetic richness of the present moment. Transcripts for this episode are available at: https://www.integrativetouch.org/conversations-on-healing Show Notes: David Foster Wallace Commencement Speech Find out more about the difference between Healing and Fixing with Rachel Naomi Remen Take a look at the Immersive Van Gogh Experience in a city near you Learn about Neuroaesthetics here Click here to find out more about the power of aesthetic in John Duey's book, Art as Experience Explore Mettle Health This podcast was created by Integrative Touch, which is working to change the way people experience healthcare. A leader in the field of pediatric integrative medicine, the organization supports families whose children have any type of special health or medical need. This includes kids with cancers, genetic conditions, autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic stress, and other serious health issues. The founder, Shay Beider, pioneered a new therapy called Integrative Touch™ Therapy that supports healing from trauma and serious illness. The organization reaches thousands of people each year in hospitals and communities and offers unique Telehealth programs to families and healthcare providers during this challenging time. Thanks to the incredible support of volunteers and contributors, individuals are able to receive wellness education and integrative medical services at little or no cost.
Hubwonk host Joe Selvaggi talks with Pioneer Senior Fellow in Healthcare Josh Archambault about his newest research paper, produced with the Cicero Institute and the Reason Foundation, on states’ success in implementing telehealth to improve healthcare outcomes. They discuss how Massachusetts has used remote medicine to better reach patients and serve their needs. Read the […]
In this episode, our guest is Becky Sanders. She is the Executive Director of Telehealth Services for OPYS Physician Services. Becky comes to OPYS with nearly 15 years of experience in rural healthcare and telehealth. She holds a master's in business administration, with a focus on healthcare administration, as well as a LEAN Healthcare Blackbelt. At OPYS, their physicians actively practice in both Rural and Urban facilities. They are experienced in the Mid-Western Rural States, as they understand the needs of Critical Access and Community Hospitals. Combined with the experience of leading trauma centers, and tertiary care facilities, OPYS Physicians bring the necessary balance of experience, depth, and integration to our partner hospitals.
: Approximately 800,000 people in the US have a heart attack every year? 1 in 4 people have had previously had a heart attack. When an individual is recovering from a heart attack or has a serious heart problem, Cardiac rehabilitation can be an instrumental part of not only the individual's recovery, but also in preventing future heart attacks. Today we are going to hear from Ade Adesanya, Co-founder and President of Moving Analytics, a company that offers Cardiac Rehabilitation in the comfort of the patient's home. We'll learn exactly what Cardiac Rehabilitation entails, and why many people fail to participate despite the demonstrated success of these programs. Show notes: Favorite Book: Crossing The Chasm by Geoffrey Moore. Podcasts: Tim Ferris Podcast; Access & Opportunity with Carla Harris.
In today's episode, you will meet my special guest Omar Zaki. Omar is a Venture Partner with TechRanch, where he supports startups in Digital Health and MedTech, as well as empowering venture and innovative ecosystems & programs around the world. By age 25, he pioneered an international Telehealth and EdTech startup which connected thousands of physicians across the MENA region in real-time, disrupting the traditional Continuous Medical Education industry. Since then, he has been building and managing international ventures and projects for the past 20 years. Today's episode was one of my favorites! With his global perspective, Omar shared deep insights from his successful personal journey. I welcome you to join in as well! In this episode, you'll learn that: ✅ Diversity is a fruitful foundation for successful minds ✅ There are multiple pathways to success and you need to find the best one for you ✅ Optimism and curiosity can be your allies in face of challenges ✅ Perseverance, timing, and understanding people are crucial for your success ✅ Failure teaches you more than success does
During the pandemic, teletherapy found its foothold as the world shut down and continues to now reopen. However, despite schools and businesses reopening, this is just the beginning of the story for occupational therapy and the doors that have opened in the world of teletherapy. In today's episode, we are talking with Occupational Therapist, Tasha Holmes, and Speech Pathologist, Kristin Martinez, from PresenceLearning. PresenceLearning is one of the largest providers of teletherapy services and in this episode, we are going to learn how they adapted during the pandemic and where they see teletherapy headed as the world continues to become more emerged in technology. Join us and we explore the future of teletherapy with Kristin Martinez, M.A., CCC-SLP & Tasha Holmes, MOT, OTR/LListen to the full episode and view a transcript of the episode at OTSchoolhouse.com/episode90
Laura Purdy is a board certified family medicine physician who is wrapping up 14 years as an officer in the US Army. Laura started working in telemedicine in 2016 as a full time physician, and became medical director of MDLIVE. After MDLIVE, Laura become one of the Regional Medical Directors of hims and hers, and entered the telehealth industry gig-economy style. Laura has now worked for dozens of virtual health companies across the industry and also consults for early-stage telehealth startups in the US and UK. She has 49 (soon to be 51!) state medical licenses and believes in empowering young businesses to meet and exceed their business vision. Laura has co-founded two telehealth companies and is now lobbying at the federal level to influence change that increases access to care and reduces disparities in telehealth. https://www.linkedin.com/in/laura-purdy-md/ https://mdintegrations.com/
Telehealth, telemedicine, virtual care, eConsult, store-and-forward….are all new terms that have been introduced to the senior living field recently and providers can quickly find themselves feeling overwhelmed by the various approaches and applications to meet their residents, teams and health care provider unique needs. However, the introduction of telehealth has been a game-changer in clinical care delivery for those who have adopted it and the use of telehealth is only growing in the future. In this episode, Amber Bardon is joined by Josh Hofmeyer, Vice President and General Manager - Senior Care Services with Avel eCare and David Darr, National Director of Sales and Client Relations of Avel eCare to unpack all things telehealth. Josh and David breakdown of all the terminology around telehealth, best use of applications based on care setting and best practices for selecting partnerships and implementation. Learn guiding principles and tactical steps you can use to implement a telehealth program in your community today. Connect with Josh Hofmeyer and David Darr.Raising Tech is powered by Parasol Alliance.Produced by Solinity Marketing.
“So much of our health stems from our mood and our happiness, the body follows the mind.” -Susan Brady, MPT Susan Brady is a Physical Therapist, Doctor of Integrative Medicine, and Nutrition Consultant. She brings a rich diversity of experience and knowledge to the healthcare profession. Susan is passionate about nutrition, believing it to be the true foundation for optimal health and healing. Susan developed a holistic treatment approach to address bone loss and osteoporosis. Her BONES Method™ is a truly integrative, holistic approach combining her experience in physical therapy, nutrition and integrative medicine.Susan has a private practice in the Reston, Virginia area. Susan also consults and works with patients remotely through Telehealth. In today's talk we discussed the gut-bone connection and why digestion is so important, how to tell if your digestive issues, and what can be done from an integrative whole body approach. Links: Susan's Website – https://nurturedbones.com/ Is Your Gut Holding Your Bones Hostage webinar - gutboneconnection.com Natural Approaches to Osteoporosis and Bone Health Summit goes LIVE this Sunday, register now to not miss any free talks! - tinyurl.com/bonehealthsummit Timestamps [05:54] The BONES Method™ as an osteoporosis assessment tool [09:14] What happens to the bones when your gut isn't working- and why antacid medicines aren't your friends [16:17] Why a stool test may be your next line of osteoporosis testing [28:50] The most common comorbidities with osteoporosis [32:14] What to do to wean off of gut irritants [42:12] The gut-bone connection free webinar! Happy Bones, Happy Life is a bone health and osteoporosis podcast hosted by Margie Bissinger, a Physical Therapist and Integrative Health Coach. For nearly twenty years she has devoted herself to helping women with osteoporosis. Margie would love to help you discover your path to the best, healthiest version of yourself. During this podcast series, Margie will share many natural approaches to optimizing and strengthening your bones while at the same time increasing your happiness and reducing your stress. Expect to learn from leading experts on what you can do to make sure you have healthy bones throughout your life. From exercise to nutrition, mental health to happiness, toxins to stress reduction, we bring you on an incredible journey to live your best life! Listen on iTunes:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/happy-bones-happy-life/id1475261223 Visit my website: margiebissinger.com View other podcast episodes: margiebissinger.com/podcast
Throughout the pandemic, health systems across the country quickly enabled telehealth and telemedicine solutions to continue to serve their patients. But as we enter 2022, some signs are indicating that the virtual solutions are losing adoption and use. In this episode, hosts Chris Boyer and Reed Smith discuss the state of telemedicine, where the industry might be headed and how some studies reveal that telehealth care may be better than care delivered in real life. They are joined by Colin Hung, Health IT leader and expert, who shares how organizations shouldn't forget that for telemedicine, it's not just about the technology. Mentions from the Show: The telehealth bubble has burst. Time to figure out what's next Telemedicine as Good as In-Person for Many Health Conditions: Review Colin Hung on LinkedIn Colin Hung on Twitter HealthcareITToday.com Healthcare IT Today Podcast Find Us Online: Touchpoint podcast Twitter Reed Smith Twitter Chris Boyer Twitter Chris Boyer website Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dr. Christina Miller worked as an emergency room physician for a decade and served as the president of the Colorado chapter of the American College of Emergency Physicians. She advocated the care of emergency patients and doctors and then was forced to turn that advocacy towards herself as she began to experience her own health concerns. Her path to reclaiming her own health led her to change the way she practiced medicine. Dr. Chris now focuses exclusively on nutrition and lifestyle changes as a means to treat the root cause of disease which to me means, healing. We are so excited to be chatting with another member of the Plant-based Telehealth team of physicians and we encourage you to pay close attention as you listen because the takeaways are endless. In this episode, we discuss: - patience when moving to a plant-based diet - moving through fear - people who heal are in a good mindset - focusing on the journey - we are not victims - we are energy beings - science to support that - stress response explained - why the bathroom line is so long at races - leaky gut in endurance athletes - the downfall of eating late at night - the lowdown on intermittent fasting - why we shouldn't be eating all the time Namaste- Jess
I'm an Australian trained Speech Pathologist with 10 years of experience. Most of my experience has been with working with children and adults on the autism spectrum but more recently I have begun to also work with adults who want to modify their accents. I love the variety of people I support in my caseload and am really excited about how telehealth and online speech therapy services can add a modern spin on how we stay in contact with and engage our clients.
We're sharing with you a special discussion we had at the end of last year with Dr. Michael Petersen, who in 2021 served as the Chief Clinical Innovation Officer of NTT DATA Services. Dr. Mike is a pediatric emergency medicine physician, served in the U.S. Army, and brings over 20 years of deep health industry knowledge of emerging technologies and strategy. Today, he is at PwC as Managing Director - Clinical Health Transformation Lead. With his early childhood spent in a Vietnamese orphanage, his personal life experiences have informed his executive leadership in addressing complex issues of health equity. Dr. Mike and I came together as a part of an immersive Telehealth Academy series organized by the Nashville Entrepreneur Center's Project Healthcare, The Disruption Lab, and Sage Growth Partners. Thank you to the event organizers for letting us share this discussion with our A Second Opinion audience.
With so many young adults struggling with anxiety and depression as they return to school after the holidays, I wanted to release a bonus episode answering questions from author Melissa Spoelstra about parenting young adults who need to find a counselor. In this episode, we'll discuss some practical aspects such as insurance coverage and the variety of mental health professionals available to help your child as well as offer you some tips on questions to ask prospective counselors, when it's time to seek professional help, and how to encourage your child to get help without offending them. Key points from our conversation:
In this episode, Andrew goes over what would be a difficult case for the most seasoned clinician: Persistent widespread pain. He reviews the conversations and odd prescription from the doctor as well as exercise regressions. Would you have done anything differently in this case? Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by EDGE Health and Tech Solutions - we level up your website with full SEO optimization, turn it into a referral generating machine and do full Google Workspace and Telehealth integrations - find out more at https://edgehealthandtech.com Modern Manual Therapy Insiders - over 650 Exclusive videos, Research Reviews, Webinars, Online Discussion - learn easy to apply Clinical Practice Patterns, integrate Pain Science with Manual Therapy and Patient Education - Join now at https://insiders.modernmanualtherapy.com Also, be sure to check out EDGE Mobility System's Best Sellers - Something for every PT, OT, DC, MT, ATC or Fitness Minded Individual - https://edgemobsys.com/bestsellers
SHOW TOPIC: WE HAVE BEEN TASKED WITH FIGURING OUT HOW TO ADAPT THE THERAPEUTIC COMMUNITY MODEL, WHICH HAS BEEN THE FOUNDATION OF DAYTOP/OCG PROGRAMMING SINCE 1963, INTO A 30 DAY PROGRAM DYNAMIC. WE'LL ALSO DISCUSS WHAT WE'VE BEEN DOING PROGRAMMATICALLY DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC TO BE ABLE TO STILL PROVIDE CONGREGATE CARE AND TREATMENT
Dr. Marlene Maheu started publicly addressing telehealth in 1994 when she was invited to Chair a subcommittee at the American Psychological Association (APA) to examine Internet issues. Her early work was based on a self-funded, consumer-based behavioral health magazine dedicated to bringing behavioral information to the consumer public on the World Wide Web. Her interest in the legal and ethical aspects of using technology fueled her research, which led to invitations from no less than 7 established publishers in 1997 after speaking at the APA's annual meeting. Those invitations launched her subsequent focus on professional writing and training about a legal and ethical risk management related to clinical interventions mediated through technology. As the Executive Director of Telebehavioral Health Institute, Dr. Maheu has served on a dozen professional association committees to assist with developing telehealth standards, guidelines, and other consensus documents. She has published 43 book chapters and journal articles as well as 5 professional books related to telehealth practice. Dr. Maheu is a consultant, researcher, author, and trainer who has served more than 55,000 professionals from 109+ countries.
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This episode is a little bit of a thought experiment, so hang with me as I bumble my way through it and then hit me up with your comments. The plan is to do another episode in the future where some of you with thoughts share your version of your own thought experiment. Here's the topic: The ultimate impact of telehealth—in 20 minutes or less. In my version of this thought experiment, I want to do something a little bit different (maybe) than everybody who seems to be putting up a poll on Twitter right now. I want to look at telehealth as a leading indicator, not as a trend. The goal here is not to inform you of things that you don't already know because I am entirely confident that much of what I'm gonna say right now the majority of you are already eminently familiar with—probably more familiar with than I am, frankly. So, the goal here is to put this information into a context that maybe is new—at least I hope it's new. The goal of that is to hopefully inspire some of you to take action, right now, with all haste. This whole telehealth thing started in the middle of one of the many conversations I've had lately about what will be the future of telehealth. You have probably had similar chats about the future of telehealth and know what I am going to say. They all seem to devolve into someone ticking off all of the states who have extended temporary telehealth measures and the 1000 telehealth bills pending in state legislatures that might mandate public and private payers cover it. Anyway, in the middle of one of these “let's all study this updated spreadsheet” exercises, I started to wonder if we were missing the bigger takeaway. So, let me tick through a few background points which are all pillars in my “what's the ultimate impact of telehealth” contemplation and the realization that telehealth in and of itself has no impact. What has impact is who is using it and whether their goals are reactionarily (if that's a word) short term and/or shortsighted, or if there's anything that approximates a strategic long game in that mix. For more information, go to aventriahealth.com. Each week on Relentless Health Value, Stacey uses her voice and thought leadership to provide insights for healthcare industry decision makers trying to do the right thing. Each show features expert guests who break down the twists and tricks in the medical field to help improve outcomes and lower costs across the care continuum. Relentless Health Value is a top 100 podcast on iTunes in the medicine category and reaches tens of thousands of engaged listeners across the healthcare industry. In addition to hosting Relentless Health Value, Stacey is co-president of QC-Health, a benefit corporation finding cost-effective ways to improve the health of Americans. She is also co-president of Aventria Health Group, a consultancy working with clients who endeavor to form collaborations with payers, providers, Pharma, employer organizations, or patient advocacy groups. 02:30 Should provider organizations be getting rid of telehealth? 02:40 EP330 with John Marchica. 04:36 EP349 with Lisa Trumble. 05:07 Should telehealth be viewed as a threat? 05:40 “Virtual is a ‘head in the bed at the hospital' demand destroyer.” 06:45 “‘Virtual' is the scapegoat.” 07:42 Patients/Consumers: Is in person really better? 10:42 EP338 with Nikki King; EP347 with Ian Tong, MD; EP320 with Christian Milaster; and EP302 with Blake McKinney, MD. 11:06 How one VP of finance justifies a facility fee for a telehealth visit. 11:54 Do patients actually act like consumers in the digital age? 12:12 Why are virtual-first entities steering patients to clinically integrated networks? 13:08 How is telehealth changing healthcare costs? 14:21 “It adds up to telehealth being inexorable. It's a done deal. It's not a trend.” 15:17 “If telehealth is a leading indicator, anybody in the care delivery business who isn't … trying to figure out how to make telehealth work in their core business is gonna find themselves … in a very problematic position.” 16:50 “When will tele-whatever become an existential problem for laggard traditional provider organizations?” For more information, go to aventriahealth.com. Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Should provider organizations be getting rid of telehealth? Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Should telehealth be viewed as a threat? Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “Virtual is a ‘head in the bed at the hospital' demand destroyer.” Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “‘Virtual' is the scapegoat.” Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Patients/Consumers: Is in person really better? Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Do patients actually act like consumers in the digital age? Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Why are virtual-first entities steering patients to clinically integrated networks? Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth How is telehealth changing healthcare costs? Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “It adds up to telehealth being inexorable. It's a done deal. It's not a trend.” Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “If telehealth is a leading indicator, anybody in the care delivery business who isn't … trying to figure out how to make telehealth work in their core business is gonna find themselves … in a very problematic position.” Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth “When will tele-whatever become an existential problem for laggard traditional provider organizations?” Our host, Stacey Richter, discusses the impact of #telehealth on our #healthcarepodcast. #healthcare #podcast #digitalhealth Recent past interviews: Click a guest's name for their latest RHV episode! Dr Steve Schutzer (Encore! 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Telehealth is going to become a permanent part of Australia's healthcare system, but restrictions and limitations come into effect on January 1 and there are concerns they'll harm the nation's most vulnerable. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Let's talk about the future of telehealth ... Many individuals are unfamiliar with the term "telehealth." It is the use of electronic information, telecommunications, and technologies to help with long-distance clinical health care. Today, we are joined by our special guest Dr. Laura Purdy to learn more about telehealth. Our guest is a board-certified family medicine physician who is wrapping up 14 years as an officer in the US Army. She started working in telemedicine in 2016 as a full-time physician and became medical director of MDLIVE. She has also co-founded two telehealth companies and is now lobbying at the federal level to influence change that increases access to care and reduces disparities in telehealth. In this episode we aim to learn more about: The future + benefits of Telehealth visits How the government can get involved in order to help Telehealth practices thrive Why Telehealth is important + what can be done to improve the system overall What Telehealth was prior to COVID Importance of Telehealth Encouraging these health visits; can be done right from your phone or computer Take a listen now and stick around 'til the end in today's informative episode as Dr. Purdy dropped some amazing gems about "The Future of Telehealth". Sign up at www.listentodrberry.com to join the mailing list. Remember to subscribe to the podcast and share the episode with a friend or family member. Listen on Apple Podcast, Google Play, Stitcher, Soundcloud, iHeartRadio, Spotify Sponsors: Lunch and Learn Community Online Store (code Empower10) Pierre Medical Consulting (If you are looking to expand your social reach and make your process automated then Pierre Medical Consulting is for you) Dr. Pierre's Resources – These are some of the tools I use to become successful using social media My Amazon Store – Check out all of the book recommendations you heard in the episode Links/Resources: Dr. Laura's Website Dr. Laura's LinkedIn Push Health Social Links: Join the lunch and learn community – https://www.drberrypierre.com/joinlunchlearnpod Follow the podcast on Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/lunchlearnpod Follow the podcast on Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/lunchlearnpod – use the hashtag #LunchLearnPod if you have any questions, comments, or requests for the podcast For More Episodes of the Lunch and Learn with Dr. Berry Podcasts https://www.drberrypierre.com/lunchlearnpodcast/ If you are looking to help the show out Leave a Five Star Review on Apple Podcast because your ratings and reviews are what is going to make this show so much better Share a screenshot of the podcast episode on all of your favorite social media outlets & tag me or add the hashtag. #lunchlearnpod Download the MP3 Audio file, listen to the episode however you like.
In this episode, Andrew reviews a recent case of arthritic knee pain. What are some common referral sites for knee pain? When the knee moves well and is strong, where else do you look? Untold Physio Stories is sponsored by EDGE Health and Tech Solutions - we level up your website with full SEO optimization, turn it into a referral generating machine and do full Google Workspace and Telehealth integrations - find out more at https://edgehealthandtech.com Modern Manual Therapy Insiders - over 650 Exclusive videos, Research Reviews, Webinars, Online Discussion - learn easy to apply Clinical Practice Patterns, integrate Pain Science with Manual Therapy and Patient Education - Join now at https://insiders.modernmanualtherapy.com Also, be sure to check out EDGE Mobility System's Best Sellers - Something for every PT, OT, DC, MT, ATC or Fitness Minded Individual - https://edgemobsys.com/bestsellers
In this episode, our guest is Sam Lippolis. Sam works with clinicians, organizations, and digital health companies using step-by-step methods for scaling a successful telehealth program the right way. She is an OG in telehealth having been in the field since 2010. Sam specializes in clinical training and has been implementing telemedicine for 12 years, across 19 specialties, and trained over 3000 clinicians from MA to doctor.
Hosts Bruce Kennedy and Tom Testa are joined by MobileSmith Health's Les Jordan for a discussion focused on the use of telehealth during the pandemic, engaging patients with mobile apps and even some predictions for the industry moving forward. Tune in! To stream our Station live 24/7 visit www.HealthcareNOWRadio.com or ask your Smart Device to “….Play HealthcareNOW Radio”. Find all of our network podcasts on your favorite podcast platforms and be sure to subscribe and like us. Learn more at www.healthcarenowradio.com/listen
Tim has spent most of his career helping non-profit organizations develop healthy communities around the world. In those roles, he has helped raise millions in private equity for social-good businesses. He has a passion to develop businesses that have an impact in the world, both in the U.S. and around the globe. Since 2019 Tim has served in the role of Director of Business Development at Blink Session, a telehealth platform designed specifically for SLPs, OTs, PTs, and ABA with a feature set that fits their needs.
Part two/our year end episode, covering the article which inspired the "Therapeutic Expectations" edition of the podcast, examining everything from our tendency to avoid what's damaging us most, being dishonest with yourself, and why the heck Courtney and Brian haven't been in the same room for most of the last week!
For physician and clinician leaders, this episode provides the latest information on the final MACRA Rule for 2022, including regulatory activities impacting reimbursement. We will discuss the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS), Alternative Payment Models (APMs), telehealth reimbursement, split visit payment rules and other information crucial to physicians and clinicians. Guest speakers: Valinda Rutledge, MBA, MSN Senior Advisor, Sg2 Vizient Madeleine McDowell, MD Principal and Medical Director, Sg2 Vizient Moderator: Tomas Villanueva, DO, MBA, FACPE, SFHM Principal Clinical Operations and Quality Vizient Show Notes: [01:58] Concerning changes to payments [04:31] Split visits [07:56] Telehealth coverage [09:10] MACRA—details and ramifications Links | Resources: To contact Modern Practice: firstname.lastname@example.org Maddie McDowell's contact email: email@example.com Valinda Rutledge's contact email? firstname.lastname@example.org Program handout from December 8, 2021 Vizient Medical Leadership Series webcast: Click here Link to December 8 webcast: Click here Subscribe Today! Apple Podcasts Amazon Podcasts Android Google Podcasts Spotify Stitcher RSS Feed
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced many addiction treatment providers to change from delivering most treatment in person to delivering treatment via telehealth. What can we learn from that experience? On this episode, we talk with Tami Mark, a health economist at RTI International, about using telehealth tools to treat addiction.
While 2021 has been a challenge for many, could some good come out of the pandemic? Boyd sat down with Congressman John Curtis (R-UT) to look back at this tumultuous year in politics and the silver lining he sees as America heads into 2022. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dr. Laura E. Purdy received her medical training from the Uniformed Services University of Health Services. She spent 14 years in the Army. Now with MD Integrations, Purdy is assisting in the rollout of telehealth to a wider cross-section of health providers and patients. She talks about some of the challenges of telehealth (acceptance, security, technology) at a time when VA has increased its use by over 1000% post-pandemic. Dr. Purdy, now living in Tennessee, talks with host Jim Fausone about the changes that are coming to this health care delivery mechanism.
We're dealing with a public health crisis. Historically, it's been criminalized socially. It's been stigmatized, and personally, there is a shame and social isolation that surrounds it. This crisis is the prevalence of overdose and overdose deaths occurring within our country. In this episode, Dr. Graham Taylor speaks with Shannon Mace to talk with us about this crisis and a new program initiated by the CDC and administered by the National Council for Mental Wellbeing. Shannon is a senior advisor at the National Council for Mental Wellbeing with over 12 years of multidisciplinary experience in the fields of public health, behavioral, health, and poverty. At the national council, Shannon leads projects focused on improving care for those with substance use disorders. Ideally, we can see harm reduction as a platform to decriminalize drug use, bypass the stigma associated with substance abuse, and avoid the shame and isolation that can happen to meet people where they are at, in a non-judgmental way, to save lives and improve public health. Together they discuss the implementation of new strategies around harm reduction programs that include overdose prevention, community-based syringe services, drug-checking equipment, a large range of interventions, and sharing innovative and creative strategies various programs used during the pandemic while complying with stay-at-home orders and reducing risks. For more information about the National Council for Wellbeing's Website, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/ For more information about National Council's harm reduction resources, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/harm-reduction/ For more information on the Environmental Scan: COVID-19 Impact on Harm Reduction Services, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/03/Harm-Reduction-Environ-Scan.pdf?daf=375ateTbd56 For more information on Supporting Telehealth and Technology-assisted Services for People who Use Drugs, please visit: https://www.thenationalcouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Telehealth-and-Technology-assisted-Services-Resource-Guide-3-November-2021.pdf?daf=375ateTbd56 For more information on the National Harm Reduction Coalition, please visit: https://harmreduction.org For more information on the North American Syringe Exchange Network, please visit: https://www.nasen.org For more information on Next Distro, mail-based harm reduction supplies, please visit: https://nextdistro.org
The PHE will eventually expire and with it the many waivers and exceptions to Telemedicine rules. A few efforts taken now can help reduce the risk a company will find itself on the receiving end of an overpayment demand or a False Claims Act investigation. Terry discusses the OIG 7 audits for Telehealth and what […] The post 7 Telehealth Audits To Be Ready For appeared first on Terry Fletcher Consulting, Inc..
This week's episode offers interesting insights on how we can leverage Telehealth to close healthcare gaps. Justin Davis, CEO at Congruity Health, describes how transforming the Telehealth industry can lead to proactive care and decreased healthcare costs. He also identifies the central friction points throughout the shift and ways to handle them. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: https://bit.ly/3rvcAvz
This episode features Gabriel Orthous, Senior Director of Healthcare Analytics at Telehealth Solutions. Here, he discusses what he is currently most focused on, dealing with staffing shortages in the healthcare industry, top priorities, and more.
This week Jeremy digs into new survey data on the ALS community's use of telehealth with guest co-host Larry Falivena, a member of The ALS Association's Board of Trustees and the ALS Focus Patient and Caregiver Advisory Committee, and Dr. Sarah Parvanta, director of ALS Focus.To dive deeper into the results of the ALS Focus telehealth survey go to https://www.als.org/research/als-focus/survey-results/survey-4-resultsSign up to participate in ALS Focus at https://www.neuroserver.org/als-focus/Home/loginFind data from past ALS Focus surveys at https://www.als.org/research/als-focus/survey-resultsThis episode is brought to you by The ALS Association in partnership with CitizenRacecar.
Kitty Westin is the founder and former President of the Anna Westin Foundation, formed after the death of her daughter, Anna. Now called WithAll, Kitty serves on the board to be an outspoken activist for those who struggle with eating disorders. WithAll provides support, advocacy and various different programs for the prevention of eating disorders to individuals and the community. She is also a founding member of the Eating Disorders Coalition, and she works with members of Congress to educate them and advance legislation for eating disorders. She also led the creation of the Anna Westin Act of 2015, which works to improve health care professional training and mental health clarity. In this episode, host Shay Beider welcomes Kitty as she shares how she has taken the grief from the loss of her daughter to create progress and resources for others with eating disorders. She has used her suffering to create positive change in legislation and continues to use her voice to destigmatize mental health challenges. Kitty speaks about the privilege of meeting former President Barack Obama at the signing of the Anna Westin Act of 2015. She talks about her personal process of healing, which has given her peace. By working to create changes in healthcare and legislation, Kitty says she feels Anna can finally rest in peace. Additionally, Shay and Kitty discuss the best ways to prevent eating disorders, and how to provide support to those who need it the most. Transcripts for this episode are available at: https://www.integrativetouch.org/conversations-on-healing Show Notes: Find eating disorder resources at WithAll Read more on the Eating Disorder Coalition Anna Westin Act of 2015 21st Century Cures Act Watch Kitty's TED Talk: Breaking the Stigma and Shame of Mental Illness This podcast was created by Integrative Touch for Kids (ITK). ITK is working to change the way people experience healthcare. ITK supports families whose children have any type of special health or medical need. This includes kids with cancers, genetic conditions, autism, cerebral palsy, traumatic stress, and other serious health issues. We have pioneered a new therapy called Integrative Touch™ and reach thousands of people each year in the hospital and community settings. We engage communities in support of families struggling with special medical needs and offer unique Telehealth programs to families and healthcare providers during this challenging time. Thanks to the incredible support of our volunteers and contributors, individuals are able to receive our healing services at little or no cost.
Welcome to Difficult Conversations with Dr. Anthony Orsini. Today, I have the distinct honor to have another incredible guest and that is Dr. Bruce B.J. Miller, who is a longtime hospice and palliative care medicine physician as well as an author, TEDx presenter, and keynote speaker. He has given over one hundred talks on the topics of death, dying, palliative care, and the intersection of healthcare with design. Led by his own experiences as a patient, Dr. Miller advocates for the roles of our senses, community, and presence in designing a better ending. His career has been dedicated to moving healthcare towards a human-centered approach. His 2015 Ted Talk, “What really matters at the end of life", has been viewed more than eleven million times, and his work has been the subject of multiple interviews and podcasts including Oprah Winfrey, PBS, The New York Times, and the Ted Radio Hour. We will be talking about his book, A Beginner's Guide to the End, Dr. Miller currently sees patients and families via Telehealth through Mettle Health, a company he co-founded with the aim to provide personalized holistic consultations for any patient or caregiver who needs help with navigating the practical, emotional, and existential issues that come with serious illness and disability. We start out by hearing BJ Miller's story, from his childhood experiences, his accident, and what brought him to working in palliative care medicine. BJ tells us a beautiful story about a nurse that locked eyes with him and held his hand upon arrival at the burn unit at St. Barnabas Hospital in New Jersey,. Dr. Orsini talks about the importance of human connection between doctors and patients and how BJ's story is very similar to Marcus Engel's story who was a previous guest on this podcast. BJ explains why we struggle with talking about dying which starts with denial. and he shares thoughts on what we need more of in this mission of medicine to help physicians,. Dr. Orsini talks about how training is so limited with physicians which is why he's dedicated the last ten years of his life to teach them how to be more comfortable with end of life and tragic diagnosis. If you enjoyed this podcast, please go ahead and hit follow. Host:Dr. Anthony OrsiniGuest:Dr Bruce BJ MillerFor More Information:Difficult Conversations I Learned as an ICU Physician Podcast EpisodesThe Orsini WayThe Orsini Way-FacebookThe Orsini Way-LinkedinThe Orsini Way-InstagramThe Orsini Way-Twitterdrorsini@theorsiniway.comIt's All In The Delivery: Improving Healthcare Starting With A Single Conversation by Dr. Anthony OrsiniResources :TED2015: “What really matters at the end of life” - BJ MillerMettle HealthA Beginner's Guide to the End: Practical Advice for Living Life and Facing Death I"m Here with Marcus Engel - Difficult Conversations - Lessons I learned as an ICU physician Podcast Episode 102
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