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Tradeoffs is an award-winning nonprofit news organization on a mission to help the folks on Main Street, Wall Street and Capitol Hill have smarter, more honest conversations about health policy. Founded in 2019 by former Senior Health Care Reporter at Marketplace, Dan Gorenstein, Tradeoffs’ journalism combines data, evidence and storytelling to help people better understand the complicated, costly and often counterintuitive world of health care. Learn more about us and find transcripts for e ...
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The Dose

The Commonwealth Fund

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The Dose is the Commonwealth Fund’s podcast that presents fresh ideas, new perspectives, and compelling conversations about where health care is headed. Join host Joel Bervell this season for conversations with leading and emerging experts in health care and health policy. Get the Dose in your inbox: https://thedose.show/signup
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Join us as we explore the human side of healthcare. Because health equity isn’t an abstract concept; it’s a lived experience. Cultivating Health Equity through education, partnership, and advocacy. Cultivatehealthequity.com for additional resources Cultivatehealthequity.blog to participate in the conversation.
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A few years ago I was a broke, university dropout, at 18 I built an industry leading social media marketing company, and at 27 I resigned as CEO. At 28 I co-founded Flight Story – a marketing and communications company, and thirdweb - a software platform, making it easy to build web3 applications. I then launched private equity fund, Flight Fund, to accelerate the next generation of European unicorns. During this time I decided to launch 'The Diary Of A CEO' podcast with the simple mission o ...
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Leading ADHD experts give real-life answers to questions submitted by ADD adults and parents raising children with attention deficit disorder across a range of topics covering symptoms, school, work, and family life. Download the accompanying slide presentations here: additudemag.com/adhd-expert-webinars-index (look for the episode number). Note on audio quality: This podcast is a recording of a webinar series, and the audio has been captured from conversations recorded via a computer or tel ...
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JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
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Insightful conversations with leading experts in the field of health care, medical research, policy, and more from the New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM). Each episode examines the many complexities found at the junction of medicine and society.
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Moving Medicine

American Medical Association

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Listen to interviews and in-depth discussions with physicians on the advocacy efforts and innovations you care about in medicine today. Find all AMA podcasts at ama-assn.org/podcasts.
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In an environment of health disparities amplified by a pandemic and racial injustice, Providence is committed to improving diversity, equity and inclusion in our communities, workplaces, schools and more. The Culture of Health podcast will focus on what the future of healthcare and mental wellness look like in today's changing culture. In this podcast, we will discuss how we turn the conversation of culture and healthcare into lasting and meaningful action.
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Each week, Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil brings you in-depth conversations with leading researchers and influencers shaping the big ideas in health policy and the health care industry. A Health Podyssey goes beyond the pages of the health policy journal Health Affairs to tell stories behind the research and share policy implications. Learn how academics and economists frame their research questions and journey to the intersection of health, health care, and policy. Health policy n ...
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The Healthy Project is hosted by Corey Dion Lewis, Clinical Health Coach fora safety net hospital. Because of his experience working directly with patients in underserved communities, Corey felt the need to speak up address the issues, and provide solutions to improve the healthcare experience for the ones that need it the most. The Healthy Project Podcast addresses topics related to health equity, prevention, diversity, and literacy for healthcare professionals addressing today's and tomorr ...
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HLTH (Health) Forward is where we hold space for Healthcare leaders, physicians, and key health policymakers to discuss what takes us to move Healthcare Forward. We want to hear challenges, ideas, and out-of-the-box solutions for us to unite our ecosystems further and move the needle towards an innovative, affordable, and all-inclusive healthcare ecosystem. * Not affiliated with HLTH events
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Health Affairs This Week places listeners at the center of health policy’s proverbial water cooler. Join editors from Health Affairs, the leading journal of health policy research, and special guests as they discuss this week’s most pressing health policy news. All in 15 minutes or less.
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BrainStorm by UsAgainstAlzheimer's

Meryl Comer, UsAgainstAlzheimer's

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BrainStorm, a podcast series by UsAgainstAlzheimer’s, features conversations with doctors, researchers, authors and luminaries, people living with dementia and their caregivers. We’ll delve into what matters most to you about your brain and ask questions about keeping your memory sharp and maintaining optimal brain health. Learn about the latest in the science of longevity, Alzheimer’s and cognitive disease research. We’ll look at disparities in diseases, and equity and access for all. New e ...
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The Health Disparities Podcast is the world’s leading health equity discussion forum and is a program of Movement is Life. This podcast features thought leaders in the world of equitable health, and highlights health disparities, social determinants of health and community-led solutions.
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Join Hercules Capital in conversations with today’s top CEOs, CFOs, and investors in venture and private equity-backed companies. Learn about their strategies for financing rapid growth and scaling their businesses, as well as their unique interests and life stories that have shaped their paths to success.
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Our mission: In partnership with the Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health, the Public Mental Health Partnership at UCLA aims to realize a vision for excellence in care for vulnerable populations that incorporates typically marginalized perspectives and builds capacity to foster health equity. Visit our website for more information: pmhp.ucla.edu
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In each episode, AHIP is joined by a health care leader who shines a light on the big thing they want to see America focus on for health care improvement — from the impact of new technology like artificial intelligence to innovative solutions to effectively serve consumers.
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Southern Steep: Brewing Stronger Community

Bianca Ward, Nicole Elinoff, Isaiah Webster III, Jacobi Hunter-Wright, Rodderick Sheppard

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A public health and social justice podcast brought to you by NASTAD. Much like brewing stronger tea, this platform aims to brew a stronger community by centering the voices of community leaders, and their innovative work in the southern United States.
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Share Public Health

Midwestern Public Health Training Center

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Welcome to Share Public Health, the Midwestern Public Health Training Center’s podcast connecting you to public health topics, issues, and colleagues throughout the midwest region and the country, highlighting that we all share in public health.
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Have you ever wondered how to get things done in a big organization? In Season 2 of Harris Health Heartbeat, we take a deeper dive into the heart and soul of our organization. These in-depth conversations start with the why behind what we do and teach you the secrets to how. In each episode, our Harris Health leaders discuss real-life experiences and give you the tools to build genuine, lasting connections with your colleagues. From harnessing the power of empathy and emotional intelligence ...
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The Well Woman Show

Giovanna Rossi: wellness and leadership coach

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Giovanna Rossi interviews high achieving, professional women who have overcome anxiety, burnout and insecurity to become healthy, fulfilled and powerful. We share our challenges and successes as women leaders, entrepreneurs, mothers, daughters and sisters. On the "Just Giovanna" episodes, she shares insights and coaching based on mindfulness, feminism and her 20+ years working with women claiming their power and living with joy and ease. Whether it’s physical or mental health, juggling life, ...
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A podcast series exploring new approaches to primary care, public health and public service delivery, supporting the 19 Hills Wellbeing Centre and community activities in Ringland, a small area in the east of Newport in south east Wales. We talk to colleagues and partners around the UK and beyond on how shifting to prevention, prioritising action on the Social Determinants of health and community-owned models of service delivery could change lives - and give staff a better job and purpose.
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Radio Advisory is your weekly download on how to untangle healthcare's most pressing challenges, powered by 40 years of Advisory Board research. Whether it's workforce shortages, industry disruptors, or health equity strategy, we're here to help. Our hosts and seasoned researchers talk with industry experts to equip you with knowledge to confront today’s unanswered questions in healthcare. New episodes drop every Tuesday. | www.advisory.com
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Diagnosing Health Care Podcast

Epstein Becker & Green, P.C.

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Today’s health care industry is a high-stakes environment full of legal, policy, and regulatory-related obstacles. There are also tremendous opportunities, and in order to thrive, it is critical for executives, general counsel, and administrators to have a consistent pulse on trends and available business solutions. Subscribe to our health care podcast, Diagnosing Health Care, for thought-provoking, strategic insights from Epstein Becker Green attorneys and health care professionals.
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Preventive Pros

Keck School of Medicine of USC, Department of Population and Public Health Sciences

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This podcast is brought to you by the Department of Population and Public Health Sciences at Keck School of Medicine of USC. Join us as we dive into the population and public health topics involved in our research and initiatives. Meet our researchers and learn first-hand what they are up to in the field, why this work is so important, and what the future may hold.
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Quality Insights is a mission-driven non-profit organization that improves health and health care quality and equity. For nearly half a century, we have provided education, data, collaboration and consulting services that impact millions of patients and providers every day. Learn more about what we do through our podcast.
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Your Highness is about getting comfortable with the uncomfortable, having conversations not widely discussed, and honoring those who are making the cannabis space and plant available to everyone in a fair and equitable way.
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Welcome to BeingMe, a top teen mental health and wellness podcast brought to you by BeMe Health, the creators of the BeMe app designed specifically for teens. Join us on the BeingMe podcast as we delve deep into the world of teen mental health, engaging in conversations with a diverse range of individuals, including mental health experts, celebrities, athletes, & other teens. Together, we will explore their personal mental health journeys, seek valuable advice, & gain insights into how they ...
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How can data, AI and advanced analytics accelerate health innovation? Which new technologies hold the most promise? What are the biggest roadblocks to progress? How can we solve endemic problems? Join us for The Health Pulse podcast series as we explore fresh perspectives on digital transformation in health care and life sciences. With a special guest expert on each episode*, we’ll tackle the most pressing issues affecting the delivery of health care and therapies worldwide. All presentation ...
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Welcome to Essential Conversations, a podcast for behavioral health providers in Region 7 (IA, KS, MO, and NE). Join us as we explore topics related to behavioral health and addiction, including stigma, trauma informed care, equity and diversity, leadership, and more. This project is produced by the Mid-America Addiction Technology Transfer Center HHS Region 7 (MATTC) and is funded by SAMHSA, the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The content on this podcast does not ...
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Health Comm Central

Karen Hilyard, Ph.D.

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Real results to improve health outcomes and health equity begin with behavioral science. Public health communication strategist Karen Hilyard, Ph.D. will help you unpack behavior change theories & frameworks and apply them in practical ways to build a kick-ass health communication toolkit. Create more effective, engaging, evidence-based messages & campaigns to transform not only individual behaviors, but the policies and systems that impact social determinants of health.
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In this podcast, Dr. Alex Mills, Dr. Kevin Astle, and Dr. Kyle Melín discuss their commentary, “From ally to accomplice: A call to action to advance LGBTQIA+ health equity” and the AJHP special theme issue on healthcare considerations in sexual and gender minorities with host and AJHP Editor in Chief Dr. Daniel Cobaugh. The information presented du…
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As a major player within the health care system, health insurance plans are uniquely positioned to advance health equity in terms of how we design and pay for the benefits that bring better health and wellness care to everyone — no matter who you are, or where you live. LaShawn McIver, MD, MPH, AHIP’s senior vice president and chief health equity o…
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Health Affairs' Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil interviews Christopher Hoover of California Department of Public Health on his recent paper that explores how California's COVID-19 vaccine equity policies helped to avert cases, deaths, and hospitalizations in affected communities. Order the May 2024 issue of Health Affairs. Currently, more than 70 percent…
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In this 4th podcast episode of the series we interview Austin O'Carroll, an inner city GP in Dublin since 1997, founder of Safety Net Ireland, a charity working to improve healthcare access for people who are homeless, and co-founder of the North Dublin City GP Training programme aiming to recruit and train GPs to practice inner-city medicine. List…
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About: https://cultivatehealthequity.com/about Chris Knight is no stranger to the struggles of being diagnosed with cancer. In February of 2019, Chris was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma Mediastinal Large B-cell. Chris underwent six rounds of chemotherapy totaling up to thirty-six bags. Before starting his first treatment, he learned how much t…
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While stories of private equity firms running amok in health care are easy to find, new research paints a more nuanced picture. Guests: Ambar La Forgia, PhD, Professor of Management of Organizations, Berkeley Haas School of Business Rachel Werner, MD, PhD, Executive Director, Leonard Davis Institute of Health Economics, University of Pennsylvania Y…
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Alicia Fernandez is a professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of the Journal. A. Fernandez and M.H. Chin. Keep Your Eyes on the Prize — Focusing on Health Care Equity. N Engl J Med 2024;390:1733-1736.
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In this episode, I talk to Dr. Nwando Anyaoku, a physician and public health advocate working tirelessly to address racial and socioeconomic disparities in healthcare. Dr. Anyaoku shares her personal story of growing up in Nigeria and witnessing firsthand the devastating impacts of inadequate access to quality healthcare. This experience inspired h…
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Former U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams has the following message for health equity advocates: forge respectful relationships with people with different viewpoints — and pay close attention to the words you use. “We need to learn to speak in a language that resonates with folks,” Adams says. “When that happens, you will get better policy makin…
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As a physician, researcher, and educator, Dr. Cheryl R. Clark wants her students to understand what vision, love, and equity can bring to health care if we prioritize them — and why she believes doing so is critical to advancing health equity. In the latest episode of The Dose podcast, host Joel Bervell talks with Clark about how she brings health …
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Podcast Evaluation Link | This episode of the Building Health Equity series, originally a live webinar on 04/10/24, discusses the most pressing concerns/issues related to gender-based violence, communities that most impacted by these issues, resources and emergency supports available for those experiencing gender-based violence, as well as strategi…
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Joining Dr. Huntley on this episode is a repeat guest who first graced us with her presence in episode 178! Paulina Sosa the Founder of both Latinx Voces and Latinx Task Force. Amongst other distinguished accolades, she is currently a doctoral student in the public health informatics track in the DrPH program at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Pu…
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Welcome to another empowering episode of The Healthy Project Podcast! In this episode, host Corey Dion Lewis has a great conversation with Maria Torres, a passionate advocate for health equity and the Health Equity Coordinator for Pottawatomie County Public Health. What's Inside This Episode: Maria shares her fascinating journey from aspiring to be…
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ASHP Official is joined by their very own Mike Ganio, Senior Director of Practice and Quality, for insightful discussion about the sterile compounding education that will be showcased at the very first Pharmacy Futures meeting including the unique hands-on competency training designed for Designated Persons. The information presented during the pod…
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In this moment, happiness scientist and expert, Arthur C Brooks, discusses what people get wrong in their search for romantic happiness. According to Arthur, the biggest mistake people make when searching for their romantic partner is looking for an exact copy of themself. This is one of the reasons that dating apps are so unsuccessful, as their da…
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Health Affairs' Jeff Byers talks with Marianne Amoss about recent federal rulemaking activity over nursing facility staff levels and CMS' proposed mandatory kidney transplant value-based model. Read the newly published article "Judicial Decisions Constraining Public Health Powers During COVID-19" from our upcoming Reimaging Public Health theme issu…
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🎓 Ready to tackle all things graduation? Join our lively hosts, Juan Bendana and Ruthie Tessler, with producer Derek E. Baird, as they dive into the excitement and anxiety of life after high school. In This Episode: Graduation Hype vs. Reality: Balancing the excitement of graduation with realistic expectations. Preparing for College: Tips for setti…
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In this week's episode, we discuss how to screen and treat residents with opioid use disorder (OUD) in nursing homes, as well as education related to OUD. This is Part 2 of a two-part series. Part 2 will review the following: List the medications used to treat opioid use disorder Describe successful processes involved in treating residents with opi…
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Every year in the United States, more than 795,000 people have a stroke. And about 610,000 of these are first or new strokes. Stroke is the leading cause of long-term disability. What are the main risk factors for stroke? How can we intervene before a stroke happens? We spoke with Dean Sherzai, MD, PhD, and Ayesha Sherzai, MD, neuroscientists, best…
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Health informatics stands at the intersection of healthcare and information technology. It’s a science that uses healthcare data to uncover insights, advance innovation, inform research, and help clinicians make the best patient decisions and recommendations. Dr. Stacey Stokes is the Medical Director of Informatics with Children's National Hospital…
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Just like the rest of us, when clinicians are short on time and overwhelmed by complex decisions, their brains look for corners to cut, numbers to round, patterns to repeat. This week, Dan talks with Harvard physician and economist Bapu Jena about the surprising impact these mental shortcuts can have on our health care. Guest: Bapu Jena, MD, PhD, P…
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Learn the secret to unlocking your brain’s full potential from over 25 years of brain research. Dr Wendy Suzuki is a Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at New York University and the bestselling author of books such as, ‘Good Anxiety’ and ‘Healthy Brain, Happy Life’. In this conversation, Wendy and Steven discuss topics such as, how a singl…
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This podcast will highlight the role of the Medication Safety Officer, the varied pathways toward the role, and current challenges that are top of mind. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not intended as, a comprehensive source of drug informatio…
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Diana and JR delve into the intersection of intimate wellness and cannabis, discussing the benefits of CBD-infused products such as High Priestess's Drip lubricating sex oil and Avexia Bath Soaks. They address the controversial topic of cannabis industry regulations, inspired by Brad Bogus's LinkedIn post, debating the need for childproof packaging…
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Mental health is an important part of our overall health, but many people confront barriers that keep them from accessing the mental health care they need. A program in Boston aims to address mental health disparities by disrupting traditional health care models. The Boston Emergency Services Team, or BEST, is led by Dr. David Henderson, chief of p…
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This time on Code WACK!Why do lawmakers continue to ignore the toll our broken healthcare system takes on us? And what can we do, ourselves, to bring about change? What inspired single-payer advocate and mother Rebecca Wood to put much of her activism on hold to “sharpen her swords”? To find out, we interviewed Rebecca, a first-year law student and…
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Join Yessi Cubillo, a Quality Insights ESRD Network 3 Patient Engagement Specialist, and patients Robert Silvera and Joyce Solomon as they share their journeys with home dialysis (PD & Home Hemodialysis) and reveal the successes and challenges they have faced along the way. Learn more about Quality Insights End-Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) Network 3.…
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Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Demetre Daskalakis is the Director of the CDC’s National Center for Immunization and Respiratory Diseases. Hilary Marston is the Chief Medical Officer of the Food and Drug Administration. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing E…
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Some individuals with ADHD take longer to achieve independence than do their peers. Anthony Rostain, M.D., offers practical advice to parents who are struggling to support their 20-something kids during the prolonged transition known as emerging adulthood. ADHD in Emerging Adulthood: More Resources Download: Questions to Get Your Child Talking Get:…
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This podcast features a conversation about engaging the next generation of pharmacy leaders. As current health-system pharmacy leaders, the participants hope to discuss tools and strategies being used to foster leadership skills and develop an interest for emerging leaders in their organizations. The information presented during the podcast reflect…
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GenAI is rapidly making the once impossible possible. On this episode of The Health Pulse, SAS’ AI Product Strategy Advisor Marinela Profi chats with Host Alex Maiersperger about just how fast the needle is moving and what we can and cannot likely expect large language models (LLMs) to solve anytime soon. Some of the GenAI use cases Profi is most e…
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There has been a lot of change in the oncology space in the last few years. These changes have brought new pressures, like workforce strain, increased competition, rising spend, and more. While many leaders are worried about the "right now," it is crucial to consider how you can best position yourself for the future of cancer care. That's why, in t…
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Tune into this episode to get up to speed with the recent developments with Dr. Huntley’s podcast and consulting firm. Assistant Operations Manager, Laura Hollabaugh, joins Dr. Huntley to discuss changes that have already happened, and what you can expect in the future. To kick off the conversation, we discuss Laura’s growing role and how she is le…
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A ground-breaking, but still experimental non-invasive procedure for treating those newly diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, has attracted widespread media attention. Featured on CBS 60 Minutes, focused ultrasound can target and treat tissue deep within the brain, enhance drug delivery, and facilitate the removal of amyloid plaques without the nee…
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House Appropriators Release Preliminary Top-Line Spending AmountsEnergy & Commerce Subcommittee Advances 21 Health Care BillsHouse BIOSECURE Bill Advances Out of CommitteeFAA Reauthorization Includes Possible Change to Organ Transportation Policy, Updates to In-Flight Emergency Medical KitsFinance Committee Leaders Release White Paper on Physician …
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This podcast will provide members an overview of the Inflation Reduction Act’s drug pricing provision. We’ll cover the negotiated pricing, drug rebates, and what all of these changes will mean for you. The information presented during the podcast reflects solely the opinions of the presenter. The information and materials are not, and are not inten…
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According to the Prison Policy Initiative's "The Whole Pie 2023" report, more than 47,000 children under 18 years of age are incarcerated, with 1 in 16 in an adult prison or jail. This statistic underpins the American Pediatric Society’s Issue of the Year: increasing access to quality health care for children who are incarcerated. It’s an effort sp…
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Divorce rates are dominant, but is there hope for a happily ever after? James Sexton is America's top divorce lawyer, and bestselling author of romantic advice books 'How to Stay in Love' and 'If You're in My Office, It's Already Too Late'. In this conversation, James and Steven discuss the number one reason for 99% of divorces, the link between se…
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Eric Rubin is the Editor-in-Chief of the Journal. Lindsey Baden is a Deputy Editor of the Journal. Jeanne Marrazzo is the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Arnold Monto is emeritus professor of public health at the University of Michigan. Stephen Morrissey, the interviewer, is the Executive Managing Editor of th…
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In an insightful interview, Dr. Giullian, Chief Medical Officer of DaVita, a Fortune 500 healthcare provider serving 1.8 million patients annually, reveals his pioneering vision for revolutionizing kidney care. By seamlessly integrating cutting-edge technology, mental health support, nutritional interventions, and a relentless focus on preventive c…
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ASHP National meetings team education director Cynthia von Heeringen joins clinical faculty experts Kristi Kelley and Morgan Stewart to discuss their upcoming session at the Pharmacy Futures meeting. More Than "Equal": Navigating the Changing Landscape of Diabetes Care to Promote Care Equity highlights the unique position pharmacists are in to prom…
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In this episode, the team from the Atrium Health System discuss their award-winning submission to the ASHP Best Practices. They will share how their program implemented a novel pharmacist-led DPYD testing program with CDS integration and demonstrated pre-treatment testing with genotype-guided fluoropyrimidine dosing improves patient safety by mitig…
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In this captivating episode of Taking Healthcare by Storm, delve into the world of expert insights as Quality Insights Medical Director Dr. Jean Storm engages in a thought-provoking and informative discussion with Andrew Bailes, Founder, and Richard Green, Assistant Program Director, of God's Way Home in Rainelle, WV. If you have any topics or gues…
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This month, a 12-year-old boy in Washington, D.C., became the first person in the world to undergo a grueling gene therapy treatment that could cure his sickle cell disease. It is a game-changer for a disease whose history has been plagued by the racism baked into our health care system. On The Dose podcast, host Joel Bervell sits down with Dr. Cec…
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In this moment, world renowned mentor and writer, Africa Brooke discusses how the idea of personal accountability has been hijacked. She says that all too often people can pass up on accepting responsibility and instead blame others for their misfortune and see themself as a constant victim. However, Africa says that the idea of accountability is a…
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In this week's episode, we discuss how to screen and treat residents with opioid use disorder (OUD) in nursing homes, as well as education related to OUD. This is Part 1 of a two-part series. Part 1 will review the following: Define opioid use disorder and explain the prevalence of the disorder in the older adult population Explain the risk factors…
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