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Welcome to The Proven Principles Hospitality Podcast! This show is aimed at demystifying the inner workings of the hospitality industry, and breaking down the tools, tips and tricks that the world's best run hotels use everyday. Each week you'll find hospitality experts from all corners of the industry sharing insights, best practices and skills needed to help you and your business thrive; all hosted by Adam Knight, Principal at Knowing Hospitality. Knowing Hospitality is a full service hote ...
 
This interactive podcast is hosted by Eric Anderson, President Extremity Surgical, interviewing guests that include medical device executives, Orthopedic surgeons, hospital administrators and staff, and others who experience disruptive technology in the Orthopedic space. Hard hitting interviews with the correct amount of information, humor, and surprise twists.
 
A geriatrics and palliative care podcast for every health care professional. We invite the brightest minds in geriatrics, hospice, and palliative care to talk about the topics that you care most about, ranging from recently published research in the field to controversies that keep us up at night. You'll laugh, learn and maybe sing along. Hosted by Eric Widera and Alex Smith.
 
The official podcast channel for Anesthesiology News, the most widely read publication for the specialty. Anesthesiology News Presents offers three distinct series focused on examining anesthesiology from every angle possible through interviews with the very people who make the specialty so special. “On the Case” is a behind-the-scenes look into the popular case reports published in the news magazine. We’ll be discussing what it was like to experience those clinical situations with the autho ...
 
Are you a first time pregnant mom and scared out of your mind? Having your second and don't want to go through the same birth trauma as your first? Doubting the quality of your maternity care? Trying to sort between real and fake pregnancy advice? Want to know how you can get hospital staff on board with your birth plan, even if it doesn't fit in with hospital policy? Feeling lost and wishing you knew more about pregnancy, labor, birth, postpartum, & how to take care newborns? I'm an L&D nur ...
 
Emergency Medicine Journal (EMJ) is an international peer review journal covering pre-hospital and hospital emergency medicine, and critical care. The journal publishes original research, reviews and evidence based articles on resuscitation, major trauma, minor injuries, acute cardiology, acute paediatrics, toxicology, toxinology, disasters, medical imaging, audit, teaching and reflections on clinical practice. The journal is aimed at doctors, nurses, paramedics and ambulance staff. * The pu ...
 
340B Insight provides members and supporters of 340B Health with timely updates and discussions about the 340B drug pricing program. The podcast helps listeners stay current with and learn more about 340B to help them serve their patients and communities and remain compliant. We publish new episodes twice a month, with news reports and in-depth interviews with leading health care practitioners, policy and legal experts, public policymakers, and our expert staff.
 
It’s a new world. What happens now in the healthcare and hospital space when infectious disease control is on the minds of billions of people? How will hospitals, senior living communities and their designers respond? What new protocols in the built environment will be implemented to help patients, their families, caretakers and clinical staff stay safe? With compassion and curiosity, host Cheryl Janis, interviews the world’s top wellness leaders and healthcare design professionals who answe ...
 
Inland Journal is a half-hour public affairs program that includes news features and interviews produced by SPR staff, reporters from the Northwest News Network (N3) and others. The program has a regional focus that reflects the broad listening area of Spokane Public Radio.
 
Each year 1.7 million Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs) occur that contribute to 99,000 deaths and $20 billion in healthcare costs. What makes these numbers even more tragic is that 70 percent of all the HAIs are PREVENTABLE!Infection Prevent Spotlight was created by an Infection Preventionist (IP) certified in Infection Control (CIC) for other IPs and everyone else responsible for keeping patients safe from harm. It's hard for IPs to be responsible for reducing HAIs (CLABSIs, CAUTIs, SSIs ...
 
An observational documentary series following the daily lives of patients and staff at the Narayana Hrudayalaya Hospital, Bangalore, India. The hospital and its stories mirror the very essence of Indian life. In this rich, varied and confronting series, stereotypes about Indians, India and Indian medicine will all be challenged.
 
Hosted by staff nurse John-Barry Waldron, who has worked at St Andrew's Healthcare for 15 years, 'On the Ward' challenges some of the myths and taboos around complex mental illness in the UK today, as it explores what really happens behind the walls of a secure psychiatric hospital.
 
To listen live when ON-AIR: https://wildthingsports.airtime.pro/# Contact: smallbitesradio@gmail.com For a list of guest who have appeared on Small Bites - https://bluejeanfood.com/smallbitesradio/ Small Bites with Donato Marino and Derek Timm of Bluejeanfood.com is the #1 listed "Food Radio Show Philadelphia", #1 listed "Food Radio Show South Jersey", named #14 for Top Hospitality Programs on the Planet for 2020, and the most popular* weekly hospitality based program in the area. Small Bite ...
 
Calling All Saints - Nurse Jackie Fancast a podcast made by fans for the fans. Each week we sit down and review,recap and share news on our favorite show. Nurse Jackie is a dark comedy about a "flawed" emergency room nurse in a New York City hospital on Showtime that airs on Mondays at 10 pm. We hope that you will join us. As we share our thoughts with all of you each week. Please subscribe and let other fans know.
 
What was it like living and working in the largest mental deficiency hospital in Britain? And what changes led to its relatively recent closure? In it's heyday in the 1970s, Lennox Castle Hospital in Scotland housed over 1600 patients in purpose built multi-occupancy villas, and most staff lived on site or in nearby Lennoxtown. Oral historian Howard Mitchell started his working life there, as a member of the hospital's nursing staff. In the tracks on this album, he looks back at the history ...
 
The focus of this show is to dive into hospital revenue cycle management from the staff development perspective. The show will have discussions on career direction, entry level jobs, and skills needed, growth, becoming a Supervisor and finally moving into the covered Director position. Discussions will also include the different computer skills and resources used in the field. The best part of this program, we will top it off with life work balance to create the life you want. Money, Career, ...
 
Staff at the National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems break down what is at stake at the federal level for the US health care system. These experts comb through legislation and policy from Congress and the Administration, as well as the US Department of Health and Human Services and other agencies. Learn more about issues related to health care reform and the Affordable Care Act.
 
In this first presentation of "Your QIO Answers Your Questions," Howard Pitluk, MD, MPH, FACS, and Mark Michelman, MD, MBA, discuss the Surgical Care Improvement Program VTE Quality Meaures and answer questions from the audience. This Webinar, conducted on November 5, 2009, was conducted for physicians and hospital staff in Arizona, California, and Florida by Health Services Advisory Group, Inc. (the Medicare Quality improvement Organization for Arizona), Health Services Advisory Group of Ca ...
 
Brought to you by HeadStuff Podcast Network in association with Queer Moon Productions the Prospect 57 podcast puts you right in the heart of a Dublin bar and all its dirty little secrets. Join narrator Nic as she navigates a world of corruption, power, pleasure and violence in search of the truth. You think you know bars like Prospect but you haven't seen anything yet. After a colleague and friend falls victim to a horrific hate crime, bartender and wanna-be journo, Nic, is forced to delve ...
 
We help to spread successful innovations in healthcare - improving health and generating economic growth. Our region is the North West Coast - Cheshire, Merseyside, Lancashire and South Cumbria and we also work with our 14 fellow Academic Health Science Networks across England, to speed up the spread of products which are proved to have an impact.
 
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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If you’ve ever wanted to know more about those personality tests that recruiters often have you go through, this episode is for you. Heather is a Stanford trained personality psychologist and Chief Psychology Officer at Traitify, a company working to improve the assessment interview in the recruiting process. Traitify bills itself as the world’s fa…
 
Liz Crowe spent 25 years as a social worker, predominantly in paediatric intensive care and critical care. During that time she developed a passion for clinician wellbeing and started researching how she could support her colleagues. Her passion recently became her profession and Liz now draws on her clinical experience and research in her new role…
 
On this episode of the Orthoidea podcast we have the honor of speaking with Scott Goldstein who is with Medline Unite Foot and Ankle. Scott will share how Medline decided to get into the Foot and Ankle space and the exciting portfolio they have built, and continue to expand. In a short time Medline has become a key player in Foot and Ankle. Enjoy!…
 
Get ready to laugh until you cry in this second part of Rachel’s birth story. She shares her funny take on labor, being sent away by the hospital when she came for her induction, how she managed when her epidural didn’t work and how to put a medical student to good use. She gives moms who are scared of labor encouragement and strength. The most imp…
 
Frailty. What the heck is it? Why does it matter? How do we recognize it and if we do recognize it, is there anything we can do about it? On today’s podcast with talk to Linda Fried, Dean of Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health and world renown frailty researcher about all things frailty. We talk to Dr. Fried about how she first go…
 
Paul is living proof that behind every healthcare leader is a nurse – in his case his mother and his wife. Their compassionate dedication to their craft has helped Paul develop a caring and thoughtful approach to leadership that’s helped him in posts he’s held in Calgary, Inuvik, Georgian Bay, and for the past 8 years in North Bay. Paul is a true l…
 
Kírs is an Experience Coordinator at a luxury spa and hotel in Vancouver, British Columbia. Using their expertise and lived experience as a transgender and non-binary individual, they engage industry professionals in conversations regarding gender inclusivity with a focus in hospitality. After recording episode 43 with Daniel Poulin on Diversity an…
 
On this International Nurses Day, we talk with three exceptional nurses, including a Brisbane nurse who was working in New York during the city's first devastating wave of COVID-19, a Gold Coast Nurse who was infected with COVID-19 during a deployment to support Victoria's pandemic response, and an Indigenous nurse who started nursing in the city b…
 
Don't wait until the end of the month to look at your hotel's analytics! If you do, you will be missing out on exactly what consumers are looking for right now. Hoteliers have got to be nimble and able to adjust to the demand of consumers in almost real-time.SHOW NOTES:https://www.fueltravel.com/blog/hotel-marketing-podcast-episode-187-are-you-miss…
 
Show Notes: In this episode of “On the Case,” Steve Garber, MD, discusses his case report on a 39-year-old woman (gravida 5, para 4), at 36 weeks’ gestation, who was diagnosed with COVID-19 pneumonia after presenting to the emergency department with shortness of breath, cough and myalgias three days after her COVID-19 diagnosis. Dr. Garber in an an…
 
Many think of pharmacies primarily as places to get prescription medications, but pharmacists are highly trained clinicals who offer other important health care services. Pharmacies are a valuable health care resource, and access to pharmacies may be an overlooked contributor to health inequities. Individuals who live in pharmacy deserts aren't abl…
 
Former Molina Healthcare executive and entrepreneur John Molina discusses the vision he and his team had in investing in the relaunch of Community Hospital Long Beach, which recently reopened to support the healthcare community during the COVID-19 pandemic. John also shares how his departure in 2017 from Molina, while not easy, was a teaching momen…
 
Today, ICU patients seem to become sicker and more sedated. Sedation medications, such as Propofol, have become more accessible and can be hung up and left on a drip all day. Heidi Engel, PT, DPT argues that less sedation and more mobilization should be thought of as important as taking medications. In this episode, we discuss how nurses can play a…
 
As an adoptee, Rachel Safer tells us how that influenced her feelings around pregnancy. Her story sharing style is hilarious as she bemoaned all of the discomforts of her pregnancy. Rachel tells us about her hospitalization when she got Covid in her 9th month, how sharing her pregnancy with the public brought on lots of unsolicited feedback and tea…
 
Though origins of the term “moral injury” can be traced back to religious bioethics, most modern usage comes from a recognition of a syndrome of guilt, shame, and sense of betrayal experienced by soldiers returning from war. One feels like they crossed a line with respect to their moral beliefs. The spectrum of acts that can lead to moral injury is…
 
Sean is the Founder and CEO of the Short Term Rental brand, Avant Stay. The company is reimagining what it means to be a short term vacation rental by innovating new ways to leverage technology to deliver a truly unique lifestyle hospitality brand for the future traveler. Since their start in 2017, AvantStay has acquired more than 400 assets in ove…
 
To fully staff your hotel or resort you must look at your employment strategy the same as you would look at your marketing strategy. In today’s podcast, we are going to cover six strategies that will help you identify, attract, hire, and keep great employees. SHOW NOTES:https://www.fueltravel.com/blog/hotel-marketing-podcast-episode-186-six-strateg…
 
To say the role of private equity investment in the health care system is growing would be an understatement. In 2018, the valuation of private equity deals in the US health care sector surpassed $100 billion, a 20-fold increase from 2000 when it was less than $5 billion. Now, many are concerned that the incentive structures built into private equi…
 
This week we are joined by Sean Dickson, director of health policy for West Health Policy Center. Sean is an expert on the U.S drug system and focuses on policies that reduce prescription drug costs. Sean discusses why drug prices are so high, his research on how 340B fits into the drug pricing policy conversation and affects overall drug pricing, …
 
Despite Dr. Karkowsky's extraordinary knowledge and expertise in the highly specialized and complex area of high risk obstetrics, she infuses her care with a high level of compassion and empathy, remaining cognizant of the complexity of her patients' lives outside of the medical sphere. These patients are often unexpectedly thrust into this world, …
 
During the winter peak in coronavirus cases, things got busy in my hospital, but nothing close to what happened in places like New York City last spring or Los Angeles this winter. Hospitals in these places went way past their capacity, but did this strain on the system lead to worse outcomes? Absolutely. On today’s podcast, we talk with Brian Bloc…
 
It’s not easy for a hotel to stand out against their competition. At the end of the day, you are providing a place to stay just like your competitor. In this episode we cover the amenities & services that will guarantee a potential guest will pick your hotel over the one next door.SHOW NOTES:https://www.fueltravel.com/blog/hotel-marketing-podcast-e…
 
Show Notes: In this episode of “Ask the Experts,” Karen Sibert, MD, joins us to discuss the future of anesthesiology and the evolving role of anesthesiologists in modern health care. She also explains her reason for giving up on Twitter as a way of communicating her ideas and opinions about the specialty. “Ask the Experts” is a conversation podcast…
 
A central tenant of the move to value-based payment in health care is that quality can be measured and high quality providers should be rewarded for their excellence. But efforts to define and measure quality of care can run into challenges. It's considered benign to take certain types of risk factors, such as disease severity, into account when me…
 
Dr. Dale discusses growing up in Illinois, including playing basketball with Barrack Obama, and his journey into serving in geriatrics and caring for those near end of life. We devote time in the episode to discuss "The Elephant in the Room," a film Dr. Dale helped produce that brings both comedy and emotion to the often difficult conversations reg…
 
For this special series, Inspiring Impact, HIROC is partnering with AdvantAge Ontario to highlight the work of several of the presenters at their online education and networking event in May. Today we’re talking with one of the session presenters, reporter Moira Welsh, author of the recent book Happily Ever Older. For close to two decades Moira had…
 
For this special series, Inspiring Impact, HIROC is partnering with AdvantAge Ontario to highlight the work of several of the presenters at their online education and networking event in May. Today we’re talking with one of the session presenters, Paige Fernandes, Planning and Community Engagement Coordinator at Belmont House, a long-term care faci…
 
Pregnant and breastfeeding patients aren't always hospitalized for obstetric reasons and can be placed throughout the hospital. Dr. Michelle Solone, OBGYN talks to us about how we can assess these patients, what to look out for, and how nurses can promote pumping and breastfeeding during a hospitalization. Common reasons for non-OBGYN related hospi…
 
D and L Coffee Service Inc. presents the #1 listed “Food Radio show Philadelphia” and #1 listed “Food Radio show South Jersey”, Small Bites on Wildfire Radio returns this Sunday, April 11th at 635pm EST with a fantastic lineup! #SmallBitesRadio was named #14 out of the Top 30 Best Hospitality Shows on the planet for 2020.A great option for a wonder…
 
My sister-in-law Rivka Raizel had her wedding and her first baby during the Covid pandemic. Because of the unexpected circumstances, she and her husband (my baby brother!) had to put their plans of moving in Israel on hold. They finally gained entry only to find themselves back in the States to have their first baby near family. As a foreigner, RR …
 
We know from study after study that most older adults would prefer to age in place, in their homes, with their families and embedded in their communities. But our health system is in many ways not particularly well set up to help people age in place. Medicare does not routinely require measurement or tracking of disability that leads many people to…
 
This unintended mini-series on leadership book reviews is back. The episode that we did on Good to Great by Jim Collins got such a high response that we decided to do another dive into a book that affected both of our careers. This time we’re discussing 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey. We were both introduced to this book early…
 
The latest edition of the Fuel Customer Sentiment Study (Volume 12) dives in to when your customers are going to be ready to travel, what it will take for hotels to win over guests, and how vaccines will impact travel.SHOW NOTES:https://www.fueltravel.com/blog/fuel-hotel-marketing-podcast-episode-184-get-ready-for-a-booming-spring-summer/…
 
The Affordable Care Act (ACA) has been the law of the land in the U.S. for 11 years and helped more than 20 million Americans gain health coverage. Still, some are losing it, even at times when they arguably need it most. There are demonstrated health benefits for the mother and baby to having insurance before and during pregnancy and after giving …
 
This week we are joined by Maureen Testoni, 340B Health’s president and CEO. Maureen provides her expert analysis on the top 340B developments from the first quarter of 2021. The conversation includes the latest on drug manufacturers denying 340B discounts on drugs dispensed at community pharmacies, attempts to turn 340B into a rebate program, and …
 
Dr. Elissa Hellman is an experienced, board certified OB/GYN who has been in practice in midwest for the past ten years. She is also the physician at The Confident Kallah, a telemedicine gynecology practice focused on the needs of Jewish women who observe Taharat HaMishpacha (Jewish family purity laws). She consults on a range of women's health iss…
 
In this FNF message, Princeton alum, Jeremy Chen '11, gives a thoughtful and challenging reflection on 2 Corinthians 4:10 and what it means that we are "... always carrying in the body the death of Jesus, so that the life of Jesus may also be manifested in our bodies."By Jeremey Chen
 
In Part 1 of today’s episode, Cheryl speaks with Roderic Walton, AIA, NOMA, NCARB; Principal at Moody Nolan - the nation’s largest African American architecture firm. Cheryl and Roderic dive deep into the topic of race in healthcare and architecture. Cheryl asks Roderic what it’s like to work for the nation’s largest African American architecture f…
 
In part 2 of Cheryl’s engaging interview with Roderic Walton, AIA, NOMA, NCARB, Principal at Moody Nolan, Cheryl asks Roderic the question, “When thinking about the future, how can healthcare design and architecture professionals begin to change entrenched systems that are the source of some of these race-related problems?” Roderic shares, “The sol…
 
There are no currently approved disease modifying drugs for Alzheimer's disease, but in a couple months that may change. In July of 2021, the FDA will consider approval of a human monoclonal antibody called Aducanumab for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. If approved, it will not only make this drug the defacto standard of care for Alzheimer's …
 
– Listen to “Marking One Year: Fighting COVID-19 in Central Park” to hear Kristy’s conversation with Shelly Kelly while she was caring for COVID-19 patients in New York City. – Find encouragement in Kristy’s initial conversation with Ann Galgano in, “Hope in Cremona, Italy.” – Visit our website to see how God is continuing to use Samaritan’s Purse …
 
Simon Carley, Associate Editor of EMJ, talks through his highlights of the April 2021 edition of the Emergency Medicine Journal.Read the primary survey here: https://emj.bmj.com/content/38/4/249Environmentally sustainable emergency medicine: https://emj.bmj.com/content/38/4/315 When dispatcher assistance is not saving lives: assessment of process c…
 
Christine is an award-winning hotelier with over 30 years in the industry, founder of The Wise Pineapple, a company that helps leaders and organizations have Sweet Operations, Sweet Cultures, and Sweet Results and author of “Yes Is the Answer”, a book about the simple steps of responding positively while developing strong relationships. Yes is the …
 
Travel coming back in an incredible way. In fact we’re seeing many examples of hoteliers even breaking their 2019 numbers. However, don't sit back. Now is the time to look back on COVID and understand what worked and what didn’t work in your communications strategies. SHOW NOTES:https://www.fueltravel.com/blog/fuel-hotel-marketing-podcast-episode-1…
 
In this episode of “On the Case,” J. Eric Greensmith, MD, PhD, joins us to discuss his case report about the history of chloroprocaine and the benefits of using it in ambulatory surgery today. Greensmith is an associate professor of anesthesia and critical care in the Department of Anesthesiology and Perioperative Medicine at Penn State Health Milt…
 
The number of urgent care centers grew significantly in the last decade, thanks in part by private equity investments. They seek to lower health costs and be cheaper than the ER by conveniently providing on-demand care for easily treatable conditions. But, when looking at the economics, urgent care clinics may increase net health care spending. In …
 
APG President and value-based care nationall pillar Don Crane rejoins the show to share updates on the continued move from "volume to value." APG's members include some of the largest medical groups across the country, including those from 45 states and including some of the biggest names in the healthcare industry, with a focus on outcomes instead…
 
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