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Today is a part of This Week In Health IT that is dedicated to propelling healthcare forward by amplifying the voices of advancement and innovation in health technology. Managing Editor and Host Bill Russell has served on executive teams in healthcare, higher education, and Fortune 500 consulting practices. As Chief Information Officer for St. Joseph Health, a 16 hospital $6.5 billion system, he rapidly accelerated the diffusion of new IT strategies, adopted emerging models like cloud, agile ...
 
Called to Care is a podcast by providers for providers. In each episode, we bring forward medical experts from Sanford Health to give fellow clinicians some advice and guidance they can use in their physician practice. Additionally, each physician expert featured in these episodes provides information about when it's time to refer patients and their families to more specialized care.
 
Have you heard of functional neurology but you don’t understand what it is? Or maybe you have even been to a functional neurologist but you’re still not clear what’s going on. You’re not alone! Functional neurology is a relatively new discipline showing profound results for today’s ever increasing issues with brain disorders. This podcast features functional neurology patient education interviews about non-pharmaceutical, non-surgical approaches to rehabilitating brain-based disorders and im ...
 
Dr. Samadi is a board certified urologic oncologist trained in open traditional and laparoscopic surgery and is an expert in robotic prostate surgery. He is Chairman of Urology, Chief of Robotic Surgery at Lenox Hill Hospital, Professor of Urology at Hofstra North Shore-LIJ School of Medicine. He has dedicated his distinguished career to the early detection, diagnosis and treatment of prostate cancer and is considered one of the most prominent surgeons in his field. Listen and watch Dr. Sama ...
 
One in Eight is a new health podcast series by Edith Sanford Breast Center that takes a closer look at important topics from cancer prevention and diagnosis to treatment. According to the latest research, 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer during her lifetime. These brand-new conversations shed light on awareness and feature expertise from Sanford Health providers that could save your life or the life of someone you love.
 
Johns Hopkins Medicine is pleased to present its health and medicine podcast, a lively discussion of the week’s medical news and how it may affect you. This five to seven-minute free program features Elizabeth Tracey, director of electronic media for Johns Hopkins Medicine, and Rick Lange M.D., professor of medicine at Johns Hopkins and vice chairman of medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio.
 
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Research found that people who ate the most soluble fiber had the lowest incidence of dementia. Watch this video now to learn how to add the best sources of fiber to your diet. Just click on the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website. This information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only an…
 
Research found that people who ate the most soluble fiber had the lowest incidence of dementia. Watch this video now to learn how to add the best sources of fiber to your diet. Just click on the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website. This information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only an…
 
Research found that people who ate the most soluble fiber had the lowest incidence of dementia. Watch this video now to learn how to add the best sources of fiber to your diet. Just click on the Red More Button in your email or the image below if you are on our website. This information is provided for educational and entertainment purposes only an…
 
In our news wrap Sunday, a cease-fire in Gaza has gone into effect after days of Israeli strikes and militant counterattacks, the U.S. Senate passed a sprawling bill to fight climate change and lower healthcare costs, Biden cleared from isolation at the White House after a second negative COVID test, and China carried out military drills near Taiwa…
 
Congressional Democrats are pushing through a plan that shift $288 billion away from Medicare drug spending and into Obamacare plans and Green New Deal ventures. Extended Obamacare plans from the pandemic expire around the midterm elections. Premiums will likely skyrocket at a critical time: the midterm elections. The plan will authorize the federa…
 
Residents of the Southwest including many Indigenous people have for years been exposed to high levels of radiation from uranium extraction and refining, a toxic legacy from the Cold War's weapons program and nuclear power generation. Stephanie Sy reports in partnership with investigative news outlet ProPublica on a community's fight for survival a…
 
Aug 8, 2022: Emily Mischel, CoFounder of FlexTogether joins Bill for the news today. Compelled by consumers who don't always want to schedule a video visit or drive to the doctor's office, health systems are finding new value in asynchronous, or store-and-forward, telehealth. FlexTogether is a comprehensive virtual respiratory care platform to radi…
 
48 million Americans get prescription drugs through Medicare Part D, but Medicare has had no ability to negotiate prices. A provision in the Inflation Reduction Act would change that in some cases. The bill would also cap out-of-pocket drug costs for Medicare recipients. Stacy Dusetzina from the Vanderbilt University School of Medicine joins Lisa D…
 
Now a declared national emergency, monkeypox continues to spread in the U.S. with cases doubling in the past week. Concerns are growing over disparities in access to testing, vaccines and treatment for vulnerable communities. Gregg Gonsalves, an epidemiologist from the Yale School of Public Health, joins Lisa Desjardins to discuss. PBS NewsHour is …
 
Senate Democrats are one step closer to passing a sweeping tax, climate change, and health care bill now that Arizona Sen. Kyrsten Sinema voiced her support. The last Democratic holdout agreed to vote for the package after party leaders altered some of its tax proposals, giving Democrats enough votes to pass the Inflation Reduction Act as midterm e…
 
There is another proposal that could make it into the Senate budget deal that would cap the cost of insulin. More than 7 million Americans with diabetes use insulin and about 1 million put an enormous amount of their paycheck toward that medication. We spoke to some of those who are affected by this crucial medicine's high prices and how a legislat…
 
With more than 7,000 cases reported in the U.S, the Biden administration has declared monkeypox a public health emergency. The declaration announced Thursday comes after the administration endured weeks of criticism for its response to this outbreak. Dr. Jay Varma, director of the Cornell Center for Pandemic Prevention and Response at Weill Cornell…
 
Today we look back at a TownHall episode … Sue Schade, Principal at StarBridge Advisors interviews Pamela Arora, President and CEO at AAMI on the evolution of the relationship Between IT and HTM in Healthcare.This Week in Health IT - Hello@ThisWeekinHealthIT.com tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In our news wrap Thursday, the Biden administration declared a public health emergency over monkeypox as the number of U.S. cases passed 6,600, President Biden tests positive for COVID for a sixth consecutive day, China retaliates in a dispute over Taiwan, Puerto Rico's former governor was arrested in a federal corruption case, and Taliban official…
 
Health disparities among different racial groups remain a major problem in the United States, one that was magnified during the height of the pandemic, but has been part of American history since its earliest days. A new book called "Under the Skin" looks at the causes for that. Author Linda Villarosa joins Amna Nawaz to discuss. PBS NewsHour is su…
 
Today we look back at a TownHall episode … Jake Lancaster, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Memorial Health Care interviews Tom Barnett, Chief Information and Digital Officer at Baptist Memorial Health Care on remote work and cloud migrations demand.This Week in Health IT - Hello@ThisWeekinHealthIT.com tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In our news wrap Wednesday, Republican Rep. Jackie Walorski of Indiana was killed in a car crash along with two young aides, President Biden signed an executive order to help women who cross state lines for abortions, the U.S. began annual military drills with Indonesia, the Senate moved to admit Finland and Sweden to NATO, and the WHO reports COVI…
 
After a week of delay and debate in Congress, President Biden on Monday will sign legislation that makes it easier for veterans to get VA benefits after becoming sick from exposure to toxins in war zones. But it has been a very long and frustrating road for veterans. Nick Schifrin looks at the PACT Act and the families who have paid a heavy price. …
 
Today we look back at a TownHall episode … Samuel Hill, Director Product Marketing at Medigate interviews Justin Heyl, Director, Enterprise Risk Management at Baxter International on advice for healthcare CISOs.This Week in Health IT - Hello@ThisWeekinHealthIT.com tarafından oluşturuldu
 
The monkeypox outbreak continues to grow faster than many initially expected. Nearly 6,000 cases have been reported in the U.S. since May and three states have issued emergency declarations over the outbreak in the last week. New York City Health Commissioner Dr. Ashwin Vasan joins Stephanie Sy to discuss efforts to contain the virus in one of the …
 
The pandemic brought more mental health issues than ever before and this includes everyone from the very young to the very old. There are many approaches to try to resolve these issues but very few are talking about the research on chiropractic to help solve the issues. Watch this video now to learn why chiropractic should be one of your mental hea…
 
The pandemic brought more mental health issues than ever before and this includes everyone from the very young to the very old. There are many approaches to try to resolve these issues but very few are talking about the research on chiropractic to help solve the issues. Watch this video now to learn why chiropractic should be one of your mental hea…
 
The pandemic brought more mental health issues than ever before and this includes everyone from the very young to the very old. There are many approaches to try to resolve these issues but very few are talking about the research on chiropractic to help solve the issues. Watch this video now to learn why chiropractic should be one of your mental hea…
 
Today we look back at a TownHall episode … Dr Brett Oliver, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Health Kentucky interviews Michael Adcock, VP Population Health at Magnolia Health on creating a diverse team for healthcare.This Week in Health IT - Hello@ThisWeekinHealthIT.com tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In our news wrap Monday, Nancy Pelosi begins Asian tour in Singapore amid reports that she plans to make a stop in Taiwan, Texas man tied to a far-right militia sentenced to seven years in federal prison in Jan. 6 probe, thousands of Iranian-backed protesters filled the streets of Baghdad, and President Biden continues isolating after his COVID cas…
 
Lawmakers on Capitol Hill have long been working to pass the PACT Act, a key bill that would expand health care access to veterans exposed to toxic burn pits. But what was supposed to be easy passage on a bipartisan measure has turned into political football over spending. Democratic Sen. Jon Tester of Montana, who chairs the Senate Veterans' Affai…
 
After the Supreme Court struck down the national right to abortion access in June, the issue was returned to states, which have since implemented a patchwork of protections, restrictions or total bans. Abortion rights will now be on the ballot in at least five states this year. Ali Rogin reports from Kansas, the first state holding a vote since the…
 
Aug 1, 2022: Mari Savickis, Vice President, Public Policy at CHIME joins Bill for the news. What’s happening on the Hill? The October 6 interoperability deadline is looming. Information blocking. 21st Century Cures. Where are we at? What is CHIME doing to help prepare its members for this deadline? How much of this is falling on the EHR providers a…
 
In a nearly $4 billion deal, Amazon plans to buy One Medical, a primary care group with nearly 200 locations across the country. Privacy advocates are voicing concerns about Amazon controlling people's online purchase data as well as their health care records. Erin Brodwin, health tech reporter at Axios, joins Geoff Bennett to discuss. PBS NewsHour…
 
The Supreme Court decision overturning Roe v. Wade relied heavily on the argument that, in Justice Samuel Alito's words, "a right to abortion is not deeply rooted in the nation's history and traditions." Paul Solman takes a look at that history, as part of our continuing coverage of America after Roe. PBS NewsHour is supported by - https://www.pbs.…
 
In our news wrap Saturday, catastrophic flash floods across eastern Kentucky and wider Appalachia have killed at least 25 people, President Biden tests positive for COVID again in a rare rebound case, protestors storm Iraq's parliament for the second time this week, Pope Francis contemplates early retirement due to physical ailments, and New York d…
 
When Marlena Stell suffered a miscarriage last year in Texas, she says she begged her doctor for help but instead was forced to go for weeks with fetal remains inside of her because of strict anti-abortion laws. It's a story that could become more common after Roe v. Wade was overturned. She joins Geoff Bennett to discuss. PBS NewsHour is supported…
 
Millions of Americans are suffering from long COVID, according to the U.S. Census Bureau, with symptoms ranging from mild to debilitating. Dr. Monica Verduzco-Gutierrez, chair of the Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Texas Health San Antonio, and Karyn Bishof, founder of the COVID-19 Longhauler Advocacy Project…
 
In our new wrap Friday, extreme heat in the Pacific Northwest kept temperatures at or above 100 degrees again with extreme condition expected through the weekend, another major inflation gauge is pointing to price hikes for some time to come, Exxon-Mobil and Chevron reported record profits, and shelling in the eastern Donetsk region killed scores o…
 
For the first time, the U.S. government could have the power to negotiate prices for some of the costliest drugs covered under Medicare. The proposed legislation would also help Medicare recipients by imposing penalties against drug manufacturers who raise prices too quickly and removing some copay requirements. Julie Rovner of Kaiser Health News j…
 
Today we look back at a TownHall episode ... Jake Lancaster, Chief Medical Information Officer at Baptist Memorial Health Care interviews Mark Zhang, Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at Brigham and Women's Hospital on their Innovation Hub COVID Pass.This Week in Health IT - Hello@ThisWeekinHealthIT.com tarafından oluşturuldu
 
In our news wrap Thursday, House Democrats back $280 billion bill to bolster the U.S. semiconductor industry, parts of Appalachia faced flash flooding after days of rain, the Pacific Northwest heat wave persists, Russian said there no agreement yet on a prisoner swap, President Biden spoke with China's president Xi Jinping about Taiwan, and Jet Blu…
 
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