Newly Released Podcasts 10-8-20
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New Podcast Episodes
Tune in to our newest podcast show, The Big Unlock, and stay up to date on current trends in healthcare’s digital transformation. Featuring C-suite executives from the healthcare and technology sectors, podcast host Paddy Padmanabhan (@PaddyPadmanabha), CEO and Founder of Damo Consulting (@damoconsult), discusses how they are driving digital health innovation and leveraging emerging healthcare technologies to create improved patient experiences.
Host Paddy Padmanabhan talks to San Banerjee, Vice President of Digital Experience at Texas Health Resources, about how they create a connected ecosystem to provide a seamless digital experience for patients wherever they are through digital channels that includes virtual health. San Banerjee believes It is important to understand how tech enables healthcare keeping people and processes in mind.
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It’s time to think differently about healthcare, but how do we keep up? Each week P3 Practice Marketing’s (@p3practicemktg) Paradigm Shift of Healthcare brings you the people and ideas that are changing the way we address our health.
Physicians historically have been some of the fastest adopters of new tech, according to Dr. Ray Costantini, CEO and co-founder of Bright.md. What they resist is tech that doesn’t make their jobs easier. On this episode, join the trio of Michael Roberts (@michaelwroberts), Scott Zeitzer and Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano) and learn about the new health tech adoption cycle, bringing better tools to clinicians, and long-term challenges that providers face as they work to integrate telehealth.
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The HealthChangers podcast, presented by Cambia Health Solutions (@Cambia), shares real stories of health care transformation, from those who are experiencing it and those helping to make health care more personalized.
Until recently there were 44 million caregivers in the United States. Now in the midst of a global pandemic, we are all caregivers. Caregivers include medical teams, grocery workers, truck drivers, and others working to find balance, trying to perform at work while all at the same time, not jeopardizing the care provided to their loved ones. For this special episode of HealthChangers we hear a personal story from Dr. James Polo and Peggy Maguire, both from Cambia.
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