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Are you curious about how the healthcare industry is changing? Look no further than ChalkTalkJim, the podcast that brings together experts from across the healthcare system to discuss their business models and share insights on everything from payer models to life sciences, med-tech, and health IT. With Chalk Talk Jim, you'll learn about product and service innovation in healthcare and discover how to innovate and thrive in this complex industry. Don't be intimidated anymore – tune in to Cha ...
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X-Health.show - meet the future of healthcare

Alex Jani: interviewing visionaries of healthcare innovation

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The X-Health.show brings to you brilliant minds behind programming living cells, tech that detects pre-term delivery in seconds, brain-computer interface or apps that employ AI to match you, your disease with the best treatment. For the eXtra Health of the future. You’ll meet visionaries from Switzerland who push the boundaries of healthcare. Engineers who teamed up with doctors, scientists turned CEOs, doctors programming AI-powered apps, researchers who abandoned university labs to improve ...
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Your host Orlando Agrippa is joined by guests from within the healthcare sector to discuss and share on healthcare issues current, past and present but always trying to answer the question of what healthcare will look like in the future.
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The Future of Healthcare Daily is a podcast focused on discussing current health topics. They will range new advancements in health technology and research, all the way to policy and consumer shifts that affect healthcare. This is a Sister Podcast of The Future of Healthcare Podcast.
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For the past two decades, Thomas Reichart and Justin Tomlinson, authors of Live With Intent, have been consulting leaders in the global healthcare industry. The hosts continue to inspire and advise thought leaders and experts to think beyond their roles, functions, and companies to actively shape the future of patient-driven medicine. Subscribe and become part of creating the future of healthcare.
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Out of 16 000 livers donated in the US, 7 000 are discarded. 14 000 patients are on the waiting list for a transplant. What if we could recondition the 7 000? What if we could treat these livers outside of a human body and transplant to the patients that need them? You’ll hear what’s the ideal liver graft and why there’s a shortage of them how to k…
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In this episode, we sit down with Dr. Harvey Castro, a physician at the forefront of the AI revolution in healthcare. Dr. Castro discusses the various applications of AI in medicine, from diagnostic tools and predictive analytics to virtual assistants and robotics. He shares his vision for a future where AI and human expertise work hand in hand to …
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What is your optimal breathing rhythm for relaxing? How to make sure it is exactly for you? How does the sensor know when you drift off and how you breathe? Today you’ll hear about sleep tracking breathing exercises for anxiety, stress, panic attacks HRV or heart rate variability and ECG in a T-shirt smart textiles and Alex’s experience using Oxa O…
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Take a plastic chip, a bunch of cells, add some real complex engineering and cellular biology science and you'll have a lung-on-chip that can breathe as if in a human body. You're ready to test drugs, as if on people, instead of mice In this episode, you’ll hear about the biology of breathing, down to the cellular level, how to better predict drug …
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Join us as we discuss the root causes of adult acne with Lee Brandon, author, and functional medicine expert. Discover how addressing internal imbalances through diet and lifestyle changes can lead to clearer skin and improved overall health. Lee shares his personal journey and insights from his new book, "Eliminating Adult Acne for Good." See More…
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You cannot underestimate the emotion when you can feel the warmth of someone’s hand in the hand you do not have. Or cold in the fingers you have not had for years. In this episode, you’ll hear about how people with an amputated hand, can feel the temperature in their phantom hand why you don’t really feel wet or can be tricked into feeling wet when…
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Imagine breathing into a small tube for a few minutes, then your breath aerosol is sent for a PCR analysis. Quick you'll have the result: bacteria or virus causing pneumonia and can have the right treatment prescribed. You’ll hear how tricky it is to detect bacteria and viruses in the breath why so many pneumonia cases are deadly what is an electro…
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Join us as Chris Jones shares his compelling story of loss, love, and legacy, driving the creation of MatchRite Care. Learn how his personal mission to improve healthcare communication is setting new standards for patient care and data accessibility, turning grief into a force for widespread change. See More ChalkTalkJim Episodes Get more informati…
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If you suddenly slide into sepsis, there’s a 50% chance you’ll survive. Because it is so hard to detect it. Lab-on-Skin works to change it. And has the Mayo Clinic on their side. Today you’ll hear about continuous shock monitoring – to detect the earliest symptoms of sepsis how to assess sepsis nanotechnology, nanoelectronics, nanofluidics and the …
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When do you think you start aging? Age-related mitochondrial decline, one of the reasons for aging, starts in your 30s and 40s. Pretty early, huh? Today you’ll hear about longevity and healthy aging improving your healthspan from the cellular level mitophagy and how to amp it up the power of pomegranates and berries why not all of us can unleash it…
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Join AccentCare's Charlotte Mather as we delve into how predictive analytics and technology are revolutionizing hospice care, ensuring that medical supplies, drugs, and even family members are precisely where they need to be when they need to be there. This episode explores the future of healthcare innovation through the lens of personalized, compa…
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Older biological age is associated with higher mortality and various age-related diseases. What can you do if you know that you look older, feel older, are older biologically than the date of birth on your passport? What can you do with your test biological age? You’ll hear about longevity and healthspan chronological vs biological age what is an e…
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If you miss your glaucoma appointment in the UK, you could partially go blind while waiting for the next one. How about taking the test by yourself at home with a VR headset? You’ll hear about why banging into objects can be both glaucoma early symptoms, and late ones why many people don’t even realize they have glaucoma how glaucoma is diagnosed n…
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Instead of or before a genetic test – a blood smear analysis to detect blood cancers might soon be an option. What a human eye cannot see – also under a microscope, computer vision + AI can. You’ll hear about cancer diagnostics in highly specialized centers why is Next-Generation Sequencing so expensive how AI and computer vision can help bring per…
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Why did experienced nurse practitioner Cynthia Thurlow leave clinical practice? Learn how she's now driving change around metabolic health, lifestyle medicine and leveraging tools like fasting for chronic disease prevention. Hear why interconnected body systems hold the key to transforming patient health upstream. See More ChalkTalkJim Episodes Get…
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You don't see your bones melting in a hot bath, so usually osteoporosis is diagnosed too late. 20% of people with an osteoporotic fracture will die within a year. 1 woman out of 2 will develop osteoporosis after menopause 1-2 men out of 5 will develop osteoporosis but more men die of the consequences of osteoporosis Now, this can change. You may ac…
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Insights from a Seasoned Nurse Leader, Holly shares her journey spanning over 30 years as a nurse leader, navigating major industry shifts from paper to electronic records, hospital mergers, the nursing shortage, and more. Learn how to lead teams through disruption and create cultures focused on communication and continuous learning. See More Chalk…
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Katerina Sakkoula stands at the intersection of healthcare innovation and effective implementation. As the Head of Affiliate Global Interface at Roche, she and her team are at the forefront of elevating patient safety globally. Katerina offers an important perspective on the transition from sick care to healthcare. Join hosts Thomas and Justin as t…
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There is a small family of bacteria inhabiting your gut that have a super important role to play: activate vitamin B6, regulate obesity, improve your mood, reduce anxiety and stress. You’ll hear about gut microbiome balance, how to achieve it, and how to kill it this small family of gut bacteria, namely Bifidobacteria the role of Bifidobacteria in …
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Dive into the world of healthcare innovation with Lisa Shock, where we explore the multifaceted concept of population health across different sectors and its intersection with AI. While AI's role is highlighted, we also delve into challenges like healthcare disparities and illiteracy and their implications on cost and efficiency. Join us for a thou…
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To search for a possibly life-saving ground-breaking treatment for a cancer patient that is available only in clinical trials it takes: personal connections your oncologist network long hours frustration and luck. Ancora.ai wants to change it. Make clinical trials and innovative treatments more accessible for patients. Accelerate the search for pat…
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A drug that works for a mouse might not work for a human. How about testing drugs for inflammatory diseases – and cosmetics – on human organoids? You’ll hear what are human vascular organoids and how to grow human cells also about the mechanisms of inflammation and the ability to see where drugs can block it arthritis and other chronic inflammatory…
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In this episode, Carl Brodarick, Senior VP of Managed Care and Hospice Development at Accent Care, shares his comprehensive view on the shift in healthcare from hospitals to homes. Learn about the latest trends in homecare, the role of personal assistant support, and Carl's vision for advanced illness management. This conversation sheds light on th…
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If you heard about miraculous CAR-T cell therapies that cure cancer in one go, my guest today works on something one step further: immunotherapies that are manufactured from healthy donor cells. That means a thousand cancer patients may receive in the future a life-saving shot manufactured ahead and administered when needed. You may expect a fascin…
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While growing bone organoids, it is apparently important to take bone cells to the gym three times a week. Or – apply mechanical loading, if you want to use more precise language. You’ll hear about mechanical properties of the human bone how to grow bone organoids and what can you test on them osteogenesis imperfecta called glass bones osteosarcoma…
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Amidst the rise of administrative tasks in healthcare, clinicians are increasingly distanced from the core of their profession - patient care. 'Restoring the Joy of Medicine' dives into how Erez Druk and his startup Freed.ai are addressing this critical issue. By leveraging AI to automate the cumbersome process of documentation, Freed.ai aims not j…
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A new wearable is coming to the market in 2024: a smaller ring to track your sleep, stress, calories burnt, and other vitals and activities. Already pre-ordered by over 7000 people . You’ll hear about a smart ring that is smaller than other rings and what fits inside what can you track with it the differences between various wearables: smartwatches…
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Could a robot perform trachea intubation? How about letting AI guide clinicians and paramedics in inserting the tube into people's airways? You’ll hear what is tracheal intubation and why it is far from putting a straw in a bottle what can go tragically wrong how long do anaestesiologists perfect the skill and how much less some other specializatio…
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When it comes to home care knowledge, Stephen Tweed is undeniably the go-to expert. In this episode, Stephen Tweed shares insights on the trends, challenges, and opportunities shaping the fast-growing of home care and discusses why taking care of loved ones at home is increasingly preferred. Stephen discusses creative solutions to address the careg…
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Have a glimpse into the future of cancer treatment where an army of your own tiny soldiers fiercely combats the most stubborn cancers, even at late stage. They’re called T cells. My today’s guest has worked on immunotherapies that arm T cells, patient’s own white blood cells with weapons agains tumors to infuse them back to the patient’s body. Whet…
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Nurses are on the frontlines of healthcare, yet their voices often go unheard. In this raw and unfiltered episode, experienced nurse Keith Carlson exposes the broken system he has witnessed in over 27 years in the field. Keith provides an insider's critique of profit-driven corporatization, toxic hospital culture, unsafe staffing, and other dysfunc…
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What is your metabolic health score? How to tell if you have metabolic syndrome? And why should you care? We're diving into a custom method of analyzing metabolites, some of them were not available for analysis before. You'll hear about 47 metabolites and types of metabolites ML-powered actionable report the difference between NMR and MRI how does …
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How should blood feel when holding an endoscope controller? How – cutting through muscles? And why a gaming expert is employed in training surgeons? We're descending into the fascinating world where spine surgery meets Virtual Reality. You’ll hear about: ultra-minimally invasive endoscopic spine surgery, herniated disc, spinal stenosis, how haptics…
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It looks like they want to achieve impossible but when you listen closely to their plan – it totally makes sense. You’ll hear about Dr House and how can patients benefit from doctors working as a team the patient's role in the healthcare system low back pain management virtual team-based care clinical intelligence doctor shopping Baher Higazy and B…
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Building on Part 1's introduction to Lean and Six Sigma, this podcast dives into the "how" - how to implement improvements and make them stick. Guest expert Al Da Silva draws from his healthcare experience to discuss critical steps like leadership commitment, culture change, staff training, and patient-focused design. He also talks about overcoming…
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How many species inhabit a woman's vagina? If you're a woman, what kind of species are characteristic of your vagina? Now, you may learn that. And act on what you have learned to prevent recurring vaginal infections. How cool is that? You'll hear about: recurring vaginal infections, yeast infections, bacterial vaginosis, and STDs symptoms of vagina…
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How can Lean and Six Sigma principles transform operations in healthcare organizations? In this episode, Al Da Silva introduces Lean and Six Sigma principles and how they can be applied in healthcare settings. He highlights the importance of streamlining processes, reducing waste, and implementing Lean and Six Sigma, emphasizing the need for a chan…
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When viagra doesn't work any more, here comes a new solution: erectile neuro-stimulator. A Swiss startup works on a minimally invasive implantable device that selectively activates the nerve to trigger penile erection. With a remote control. First prostatectomy patients have just had the device implanted – as part of a medical trial in Royal Melbou…
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So you have a panna cotta brain and so do I, no reason to worry, that's our biology. Now, how do you even try to place anything on that panna cotta – to record the activities of the brain or to send messages to the brain, like stopping shaking or pain, in severe diseases – so that you won't damage it? You’ll hear about how does brain-computer inter…
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Let’s dive into the complexities of healthcare philanthropy, policy, and the quest to improve access and affordability. In this episode of Chalk Talk Jim, host James Jordan engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Jeffery Lewis, President and CEO of the EMC Health Foundation, about the intricate world of healthcare, philanthropy, and the fo…
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You never know: it may be the worst pain in your life or barely "an inconvenience". Many believe the pain is worth it – set it and forget it, up to 10 years of birth control. But is that whole pain trully indespensable? Or is it there because women's pain has not been taken seriously enough? You’ll hear about inserting IUD, an Intrauterine Device, …
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If you were ever told nothing can be done about your pain, you've got to listen to this. We can teach our body to inhibit pain. We're speaking today about eliminating chronic pain without drugs, painkillers, cannabis, opioids aiming at: FOREVER. Trigger Warning: suicidal thoughts will be mentioned at the beginning. You'll here about chronic pain me…
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Disclosure: I was focusing on a UFO in order to have my brain examined. Disclosure 2 (private): aah, you'll hear it by yourself. You'll also hear about how neuro-ophthalmology merges ophthalmology and neurology to attend diseases that manifest in the eye neuroplasticity or brain plasticity and if the brain stops learning strabismus or crossed eye a…
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Adaptability and education are essential in the modern healthcare industry. In this episode, Jude Pierre discusses challenges and strategies related to healthcare education, practice, and administration, pulling from his own experience and medical journey. He and Jim talk about healthcare issues, including capitated contracts, EHRs, AI, and indepen…
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Apparently it looks like a snowball in the snow – a tumor in a dense breast. AI spots it – or not, if there's nothing to spot – in 30 seconds. You'll hear about mammography and mammography alternatives to screen for breast cancer how mammography is done breast density tissue breast density categories – and if there are worries about them how to tra…
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How do you fight diabesity epidemic of the XXI century? It’s diabetes type 2 and obesity combined. Both, in contrast with diabetes type 1, often preventable. This is where my guest’s startup comes into play. You’ll hear about diabetes, especially diabetes 2 and how to take control of it obesity and how it is correlated with diabetes a digital healt…
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Pain management requires reforms to tackle the opioid crisis and obesity. In this episode, Gurpreet Padda discusses the overprescription issue driven by pharmaceutical misinformation and the role of pain management centers in reducing opioid use through interventions. Dr. Padda explores obesity's role in chronic pain, criticizes carb-centric dietar…
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There'll be 3 times more dementia cases in 20 years, meaning, it is more likely you'll develop dementia yourself later in life or we address the 40% of dementia cases that are preventable. You'll hear about what are dementia modifiable risk factors – the ones you might have influnce on how to measure your cognitive health and why healthy brain agin…
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Honda meets Assassin's Creed meets a medical device for people who are blind or with low vision. We're diving into the development of a device in an accelerated startup speed with partners many startups could dream of. You'll hear about: autonomous cars technology how people who are blind go around places and how tech can help (and how it can't) me…
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Let’s discuss the intersections between pain, metabolic health, and addiction. In this episode, Dr. Gurpreet Padda talks about his diverse medical experiences, eventually focusing on pain management and the complex relationships between pain and social determinants of health. He stresses the role of metabolic inflammation in pain management, discus…
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