Newly Released Podcasts 4-29-21
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Stay up to date with Follow the (Medical) Record, hosted by MRO’s (@MROCorp) health information management (HIM) expert, Don Hardwick. Listeners hear healthcare experts give insights into the increasing importance of following a patient’s medical record through the health ecosystem, with compliance, privacy, security and efficiency front and center.
In this episode, Hardwick interviews his colleague, Angela Rose, about the changing landscape in health information management because of telehealth and the COVID-19 pandemic.
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On this episode, Alix Goss vice president and senior consultant at Imprado joins our hosts Ken Kleinberg, Pooja Babbrah and Jocelyn Keegan to talk historical policy and standards milestones, how they brought us to where we are today and why it’s important for the industry to go above and beyond the mentality of just checking the box for policy adherence in order to gain a competitive advantage and achieve better patient outcomes.
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Medical device processing is critically important to the safety of patients everywhere. Ask the Educator, a podcast from Healthmark Industries (@HmarkNews) is about answering questions and sharing knowledge related to sterile processing, endoscopy, infection prevention, biomedical engineering, leadership, and products.
In this episode, Kevin Anderson, BSN, Clinical Education Coordinator for Healthmark Industries welcomes Stephen Kovach who discusses two more unsung heroes of SPD, the instrument air gun and PPE for your ears.
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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.
What happens when 219 teams from around the world come together try to find a solution to make COVID-19 tests easier, accessible, and more affordable? You get the XPRIZE Rapid COVID Testing Competition. Hear from Dr. Amy Khan, Cambia’s Executive Medical Director and advisory board member for the XPRIZE competition, about the 6-month, $6 million dollar competition and the future of health care innovation.
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It’s time to think differently about healthcare, but how do we keep up? Each week Health Connective’s (@hlthconnective) Paradigm Shift of Healthcare brings you the people and ideas that are changing the way we address our health.
On this new episode the trio of Michael Roberts (@michaelwroberts), Scott Zeitzer and Jared Johnson (@jaredpiano) chat with Justin Bantuelle, Chief Operating Officer & Web Technology Director at Health Connective, who breaks down why Agile development matters. Learn the importance of not jumping in before you’re ready, what questions to ask before starting the development process, and how being able to pivot, partner, or stop development can sometimes lead to better results.
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Presented by Trusted Health (@trustedhealth), The Handoff is a podcast that dives into the most pressing topics in nursing, from burnout and mental health to diversity in nursing to the latest clinical innovations. Each episode features discussions that will help nurses and nurse leaders do their jobs better, whether that’s at the bedside, managing a unit or an entire health system.
On this episode host Dr. Nurse Dan Weberg talks to Dr. Kathy Scott and Bridget Sarikas, founders of L3 Fusion, a boutique consulting firm whose approach is informed by their dual clinical and business expertise. They are also the co-authors of the new book “Stupid Gone Viral,” which proposes a novel approach to leadership that is centered on science, experimentation and humor.
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