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Supercharge your learning and enhance your practice with this Internal Medicine Podcast featuring board certified Internists as they interview the experts to bring you clinical pearls, practice changing knowledge and bad puns. Doctors Matthew Watto, Stuart Brigham, Paul Williams and friends (a national network of students, residents and clinician educators) deliver a little knowledge food for your brain hole. Yummy! No boring lectures here, just high value content and a healthy dose of humor ...
 
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.
 
A pan-Canadian resident for resident Podcast. The Intern at Work is written by residents for residents, and is meant to serve you better on the wards and on call. Disclaimer: This podcast is intended for educational use only and is not intended as the sole resource for clinical management. All scripts are original scripts. Podcasts produced out of Canada and may contain Canadian specific guidelines.Created by: Alison Lai Executive Producers: Laiya Carayannopoulos, Zahra Merali
 
The BMJ is an international peer reviewed medical journal and a fully “online first” publication. The BMJ’s vision is to be the world’s most influential and widely read medical journal. Our mission is to lead the debate on health and to engage, inform, and stimulate doctors, researchers, and other health professionals in ways that will improve outcomes for patients. We aim to help doctors to make better decisions.
 
Welcome to the first in a series of podcasts on pediatric hospital medicine. This series was created to keep the busy physician of today informed and up to date on some of the most important diagnoses and issues we face every day in the care of hospitalized children. There is free CME associated with this via the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center (UPMC). After you have listened to the podcast just go to the link below, sign in and follow the directions, take the short quiz and get your ...
 
DKBmed Radio provides health care clinicians with expert insight and analysis in a wide variety of disease states and specialty areas. Earn continuing medical education (CME) credit by listening to the episode and visiting our website linked in the episode description. Visit https://dkbmed.com/ for more information and CME opportunities. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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In this episode, Brian Gilpin, MD, joins the podcast to discuss the Mednax OB Hospitalist Program. Dr. Gilpin shares how they’ve incorporated midwives in their inpatient programs to serve a wider population as well as some of the programs they offer for maternal safety and obstetrical optimization. This podcast is sponsored by Mednax.…
 
In this on-demand video webinar, Drs. Heather Bell and Jose Mercado discuss management of patients with COVID-19 from the hospitalist perspective. They review: *Best practices for managing patients with mild-moderate COVID-19 *Efficacy, safety and indications for treatments currently used in hospitalized patients *In-development therapeutics *Updat…
 
In Part 2 of this Ask a Fellow, Hematology Fellow Dr. Jennifer Teichman and Dr. Heather Vandermeulen discuss why iron deficiency is both underdiagnosed and undertreated in pregnant women. They raise salient points about equity in our health care system and provide suggestions on how to ensure women get more timely access to care for their iron defi…
 
This episode features Dr. Daniel Messina, President and CEO of Richmond University Medical Center in Staten Island, N.Y. Here, he joined the podcast to talk about his hospital's growth plans amid the pandemic, being successful in a competitive market, and how hospitals are transitioning to provide high-end acute care services.…
 
This episode features Ravi Bashyal, Director of Outpatient Hip and Knee Replacement Surgery at NorthShore University HealthSystem. Here, he discusses using robotics, what he’s seeing internationally compared to the US with joint replacement, and more.By Becker's Healthcare
 
Binge on some delicious knowledge food fresh from ACP’s Internal Medicine Meeting 2021 #IM2021 with pearls on: primary care management of anxiety and depression, insomnia, medical marijuana, venous thromboembolism, COVID-19 and coagulopathy, syncope, diverticulitis, aspirin, and delirium! Note: This episode will not be available for CME/MOC credit …
 
This episode features Dr. Daniel Kraft, a Physician-Scientist. Founder & Chair at Exponential Medicine, Chair at XPRIZE Pandemic Alliance Task Force, Faculty Chair for Medicine at Singularity University, and Host of the Healthy Conversations Podcast in partnership with CVS. Here, he discusses the different projects he’s been working on, the academi…
 
Almost nobody feels comfortable managing DELAYED gastric emptying (gastroparesis) and very few medical providers even think about RAPID gastric emptying in their diabetic patients. Even if you send these patients to GI specialists, your blood sugar co-management of these patients can be heavily impacted by these issues. Is delayed gastric emptying …
 
This episode features David Higginson, EVP, Chief Innovation Officer & Chief Operating Officer at Phoenix Children’s Hospital. Here, he discusses his career, responsibilities in his current roles, industry trends he is seeing, and more.By Becker's Healthcare
 
This episode features Anne Hargrave-Thomas, CEO at Oak Leaf Surgical Hospital & Senior Vice President of Operations at Surgery Partners. Here, she discusses how she's thinking about growth and staff retention for the future.By Becker's Healthcare
 
This episode features Dan Nash, Chief Information Officer at Emanate Health in California. Here, he joined the podcast to discuss IT leadership and big projects on the horizon. He also shared advice on the importance of understanding hospital finances and bringing levity to stressful situations.By Becker's Healthcare
 
This episode features Randy Moore, CEO of the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists and host of the new podcast “Moving the Needle”. Here, he discusses his published paper on hospital margins, anesthesia collaborations, anesthesia models, and more.By Becker's Healthcare
 
This interview is part of our BMJ interview series, where we talk to the people who are changing medicine. The series thus far has been a bit male dominated - reflecting the leadership in medicine at the moment, if not the actual workforce.One woman who's planning to change that is Roopa Dhatt, executive director of Woman in Global Health - a new g…
 
Listen in on a discussion between Brian Dawson, Sanjeev Agrawal, and Joe Pardavila of ForbesBooks about predictive analytics and online tools that have increased financial performance in the OR, as well as quality of patient care and surgeon satisfaction. This episode is sponsored by LeanTaaS.By Becker's Healthcare
 
Dr. Paul Auwaerter continues his interview with Dr. Michael Kornberg about the interaction between COVID-19 vaccines and multiple sclerosis. Topics: *Do any of the COVID-19 vaccines worsen MS symptoms? *Communicating the risk vs reward of COVID-19 vaccination to MS patients *The drug-drug interactions between MS therapeutics and COVID-19 vaccines *…
 
This episode features Elie Bahou, Senior Vice President & Chief Pharmacy Officer at Providence St. Joseph Health. Here, he discusses his top priorities this year, his effort to continue helping people through drug shortages due to the pandemic, and more.By Becker's Healthcare
 
This episode features Dr. Angie Nicholas, Chief Medical Officer at Einstein Medical Center in Montgomery (Einstein Healthcare Network). Here, she discusses the role of Chief Medical Officer, advice for leaders, her top priorities, and more.By Becker's Healthcare
 
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…
 
Dr. Paul Auwaerter interviews Dr. Michael Kornberg about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on multiple sclerosis treatment. Topics: *Impact of the pandemic on telemedicine and in-person visits for people with MS *How COVID-19 infection is affecting people with MS *Are people with MS at higher risk of severe COVID-19 symptoms? *Further reading: CO…
 
This episode features Katherine Behan, Senior Vice President & Chief Population Health Officer at Thomas Jefferson University. Here, she discusses what works and doesn’t work in care navigation, the work that still needs to be done in population health, and more.By Becker's Healthcare
 
This episode features Kristen Morris, Senior Vice President & Chief Government Relations Officer of Atrium Health in Charlotte, N.C. Here, she joined the podcast to talk about the big public policy and advocacy issues she is working on. She also shared three trends healthcare leaders should know.By Becker's Healthcare
 
Learn from David Harse, Vice President and General Manager of Consumer & Patient Engagement at Cerner, and Tomer Shoval, SVP of Strategic Accounts, and Business Development at Flywire as they discuss how to develop the right ecosystem of solutions that drives transformation in the billing and payment process and helps providers give patients the co…
 
In this episode, Hematology fellows Dr. Jennifer Teichman and Dr. Heather Vandermeulen discuss how to diagnosis, investigate and treat iron deficiency in pregnancy. This is part 1 of a 2 part episode, so stay tuned for our next episode on how iron deficiency in pregnancy is related to inequities in our health care system.…
 
This episode features Kevan Mabbutt, Senior Vice President and Chief Consumer Officer at Intermountain Healthcare. Here he discusses his experiences in consumerism and marketing from outside healthcare, how he plans to bring that into healthcare, advice for others, and more.By Becker's Healthcare
 
This episode features Eric Evans, Chief Executive Officer at Surgery Partners. Here, he joins Scott Becker to discuss the organization's evolving partnerships, tailoring services to different groups, and more. If interested in learning more about Surgery Partner’s Hospital and Health System Partnership opportunities, please contact John Peel at Joh…
 
This episode features Jim Shmerling, President and CEO of Connecticut Children's Medical Center in Hartford. Here, he joined the podcast to discuss how the pandemic affected the finances at children's hospitals and the new partnerships he is forging to create a more sustainable future. He also touched on exciting new research for treating pediatric…
 
This episode features Tracy Church, Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer at Hartford HealthCare in Hartford, Conn. Here, she joined the podcast to talk about how her health system is thinking about growth in the coming years. She also discussed the importance of leaders taking initiative and not letting perfection get in the wa…
 
In this episode, Dr. Nate Ruch, Chief Medical Officer, Emergency Medicine at Sound Physicians, joins the podcast to discuss how hospitals miss many opportunities to improve clinical and financial outcomes when their care teams operate in silos. He also highlights four key operating principles to help hospitals achieve clinical, operational, and cul…
 
Binge on some delicious knowledge food fresh from ACP’s Internal Medicine Meeting 2021 #IM2021 with pearls on: Heart Failure, Hypertension, IV vs PO antibiotics, Hepatology, Kiwifruit for constipation, Perioperative Sleep Apnea, Thyroid, Bariatric Surgery, Neurology, Super Gonorrhea, and more! Note: This episode will not be available for CME/MOC cr…
 
In this episode, we'll discuss how to manage patients with chronic COPD. We'll go through a large variety of interventions and highlight which interventions have a symptomatic benefit and which interventions have a mortality benefit. Our guidelines are based on the GOLD COPD guidelines. Check out our associated infographic at www.theinternatwork.co…
 
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