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Summary In this episode, our guest is Renee Thompson, CEO and Founder of the Healthy Workforce Institute, a team dedicated to helping healthcare organizations cultivate a professional workforce by addressing workplace bullying and incivility. Thompson discusses disruptive behaviors and how they impact patient care, creating a culture of giving and …
 
Summary In this episode, our guest is Dr. Sam Lynch, founder and CEO of Lynch Biologics (LBIO), an innovative biologics and tissue engineering company based in Nashville, TN. Lynch shares what led him to a career in regenerative medicine, his passion for translational medicine, advice for young entrepreneurs, the challenges of the U.S. healthcare r…
 
Summary In this episode, our guest is Dr. Arun Singh, M.D., prolific heart surgeon at Rhode Island Hospital and author of the memoir “Your Heart, My Hands.” Dr. Singh shares his experience as an Indian immigrant in the U.S. during the 1960s, the obstacles he overcame to pursue a career in surgery, the importance of emotion in the medical field, and…
 
Summary In this episode, our guest is Oliver Moses, Managing Partner of WindRose Health Investors and Founder of Haven Care, a children’s health clinic in Monrovia, Liberia. Moses shares why he began a career in healthcare investment, the importance of listening as an investor, how he founded Haven Care, obstacles to providing care in an underdevel…
 
This track serves as the third and, for now, final installment of a multi-part look at some vulnerabilities in American democracy, and what could be done about them. In this episode, I review the importance of addressing these threats to American democracy, and discuss what is probably the biggest impediment to some of these solutions going into ef…
 
Summary In this episode, our guest is Kendall Lockhart, Founder and CEO of MeU Care. Lockhart shares the importance of paying attention to your customer, his fascinating background with Disney and yoga, his passion for integrative health, the importance of community for behavior change, and the intersection of A.I. and human-enabled care. Show Note…
 
This track serves as the second installment of a multi-part look at some vulnerabilities in American democracy, and what could be done about them. In this episode, I have a conversation with Democrats Abroad Global Chair Julia Bryan, focusing on those threats to democracy, and the steps being considered by Democrats in the House and Senate (HR1/S1/…
 
This episode will serve as the first installment in a multi-part look at some flaws in American democracy, and what could be done about them. In this episode, I go back in time to imagine what might have been prevented had the Democratic Party taken advantage of their huge majorities in 2009 to fix some of the vulnerabilities in America's democrati…
 
Summary In this episode, our guest is Mary Beck, DNP, RN, NE-BC, Chief Nursing Officer at MU Health Care. Beck is an accomplished nursing leader who shares lessons and guidance on clinical leadership during a pandemic, cultivating a lifelong love of learning, managing stress in critical environments, and setting up an incident command response to C…
 
In this episode, our guest is Dr. Morgan Wills, President and CEO of Siloam Health. Wills shares deeply meaningful stories and experiences around Siloam’s whole-person approach to healthcare, overcoming cultural and language barriers to provide care to Nashville’s most vulnerable populations, and the need for relationships in primary care. Listener…
 
Summary In this episode, our guest is Dr. Susan Scott, a nurse scientist and patient safety expert from University of Missouri Health Care. Scott shares her research and personal experiences with the second victim phenomenon, the impact of trauma on a clinician’s work, strategies to support clinicians after traumatic events, and ways to combat burn…
 
In this episode, we look at the January 6th attack by Trump supporters, incited by the President, on the Capitol. I discuss the recent history leading up to the attempted insurrection, and how the actions of not just Trump but a number of other figures in the Republican Party paved the way to the extreme-right violence we saw directed at our democr…
 
In this episode, our guest is Cherrill Farnsworth, an accomplished entrepreneur and influential expert on healthcare change. Over the course of her career, Farnsworth has started and sold 7 companies. Her first project was a bus company, and her most recent was HealthHelp, a utilization management company. Farnsworth shares how she had the idea to …
 
In this brief episode, Humans in Healthcare host, Nathan King, reflects on the skill of empathy in a difficult year. Using conversations from podcast guests, book references, and some humorous tweets, King provides thoughtful insight into why we must practice Empathy. Leadership in 2020 "We have to continue feeding our families, educating our child…
 
In this episode, our guest is Winnie Fritz, former hospital CEO and CNO and U.S. Army Vietnam Veteran. Fritz is an incredibly accomplished nurse and veteran with a fascinating career journey. She shares how she was invited by King Hussein of Jordan to build a nursing education program in Jordan, her experience and lessons learned from her time in V…
 
In this episode, our guest is Shaulene Stanley, a charge nurse at West Penn Hospital and former nurse educator at the University of West Indies in Jamaica. Stanley has decades of nursing and education experience and decided to transition her life from Jamaica to Pittsburgh, PA. She discusses why she made a global career move, how she sustains motiv…
 
In this episode, our guest is Michael Hite, Chief Transformation Officer of Pendrick Capital Partners. Hite shares his fascinating career journey that started as an EMT to a flight paramedic to leading and consulting with hospitals. The Impact of COVID-19 on Hospital Revenue (6:38) Because of his frequent conversations with hospital leadership team…
 
After the 2010 U.S. Census, aided by massive midterm wins, the Republicans gerrymandered themselves into unbreakable control of the House for almost a decade. With Democrats in 2020 on the cusp of an election that might look a lot like the Republican landslide in 2010, Republicans have sabotaged the census. This represents yet another attack on a f…
 
In this episode, our guest is Asheesh Mehra, Co-Founder and CEO of AntWorks™, a global leader in AI and Robotics. Mehra shares his inspiration for starting a company, how good company values have an impact on both your employees and customers, the importance of digital transformation in healthcare, and building ethical and humane AI. Mehra is passi…
 
In this episode, we welcome Dr. Lyle Berkowitz, CEO of Back9 Healthcare Consulting, to share incredible insight on virtual health. Patient Care Should be Automated (1:30) In 2013, Berkowitz published a blog post that outlines his vision for telehealth in 2025. Compared to many industries, healthcare has been resistant to automated care forcing our …
 
In this episode, Vernon Rose, Executive Director of Nashville General Hospital Foundation, joins us to share why Nashville General Hospital is unique, their food pharmacy program, the importance of health literacy, initiatives that help the most vulnerable in Nashville’s community, and her reason for joining the Foundation. Listeners both inside an…
 
Several months ago, I put out an pod about the ways in which the Republicans have been actively working to undermine democracy in America. Unfortunately "The Democrats vs. The Anti-Democrats" has aged fairly well - new reporting has detailed a plan by some in the Republican Party to create chaos in the election which will allow them to reinstall Tr…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Dr. Marc Watkins, Chief Medical Officer of Kroger Health. We cover a wide range of topics in our conversation that includes Watkins’ passion for food as medicine and his journey with weight loss, why he chose to practice medicine, an important discussion on racism, Watkins’ service in Iraq and how it impacted his pr…
 
In this episode, we’re joined by Dr. Claire Zangerle, Chief Nursing Executive of Allegheny Health Network. Our discussion includes empathetic and visionary leadership, how AHN sees the COVID-19 pandemic accelerating the future, better home care for patients, self-care in a stressful profession, the impact of an ongoing nursing shortage, AHN’s creat…
 
In this introduction episode, Humans in Healthcare host, Nathan King, shares why Shearwater decided to launch this podcast, what the theme is, and who it’s for. Why Did Shearwater Launch a Podcast? Shearwater has worked with many different healthcare companies over the years and as a result, has heard countless stories of diligence, perseverance, a…
 
Ruth Bader Ginsberg's passing represents a devastating blow to her millions of fans, to American jurisprudence, and to the causes she fought for during her entire adult life - causes threatened by the Trump administration and the increasingly right-wing Supreme Court which will now lurch dramatically further in that direction with her passing. It a…
 
In this episode, I'm joined by Professor Andrew Latham for a fairly open and broad conversation touching on Russia’s recent history, strategic culture and self-image, how those things bring it into conflict with the west, where that might lead, and what the west can do about it.By Oliver Kendall
 
In this episode, I describe dual threats posed to small-d democracy by the American Republican Party: their efforts to interfere with democracy by suppressing the vote (through voter ID laws and opposing measures to make voting safe in the context of COVID-19), and the potential that they'll ignore democracy altogether by rejecting the results of t…
 
In this episode, I discuss differences in how conservatives and liberals protest in America, and the disparity between how conservative and liberal protests are responded to. This is highlighted and made especially relevant by the apparent toleration of armed anti-lockdown protests violating social distancing guidelines in the context of COVID-19.…
 
In this episode, I give listeners an overview of Filipino politics under the rule of its colorful, extremely Trump-like President, Rodrigo Duterte. I'm also joined by Dr. Jerry Diaz, a physician in Manila, with whom I discuss the response to COVID-19, and the likely impact to Filipino politics and relations between the Philippines and China.…
 
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