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Designed & engineered specifically for Dental Practices. Adit is the only dental software that integrates Calls, Texts, Emails, Patient Forms, Online Scheduling, Analytics, Reviews, Payments and more, all in one place! These features are all manageable within Adit's centralized platform, along with detailed insights on all marketing campaigns – Google Ads, social media marketing, or even billboards and flyers. Adit's comprehensive approach guarantees new patients every single month, helping ...
 
Patient Convert Podcast is a healthcare marketing podcast that delivers industry-leading insights, interviews and the latest medical marketing strategies to help providers and healthcare organizations stay ahead in growing their practice. Lead by co-hosts, Justin & Kelley Knott, this healthcare marketing podcast talks about everything healthcare marketing including strategies, tactics, and tips to grow your healthcare organization and have fun doing it! We also interview physicians and healt ...
 
A podcast dedicated to helping dentists, orthodontists, and alternative specialty doctors achieve their dream practice and dream life. Learn how to best grow your dental practice and best grow your orthodontic practice from the highest producing dentists, orthodontists, and most successful business executives. Business growth advice for all entrepreneurs, dentists, orthodontists, and other alternative specialty doctors. Learn how the best get the most out of their employees, increase revenue ...
 
Healthcare management is ever-changing. Join Lisa Miller where you will hear from innovators and leaders within healthcare and from other industries. Lisa will bring you topics on the business and clinical sides of healthcare on strategy, finance, managed care contracting, nurse engagement, physician engagement, new patient care models, patient satisfaction, innovation, leadership, communication, marketing, plus much more. This radio show will challenge you to think differently through prove ...
 
On ChiroFEAST, host Dr. Jeff Danielson and his guests serve up wisdom in the successful practice of chiropractic, the world of entrepreneurialism, and mentorship to navigating this crazy thing we call life. Having built, bought, and sold many chiropractic practices and as an owner of 19 LLCs, Dr. Jeff loves sharing the spirit of entrepreneurship and Paying it Forward. Listen to learn from his mistakes & successes to make yourself a better leader, entrepreneur, team member, and to even help m ...
 
PharmaTalkRadio is an internet radio podcast platform organized and supported by the Conference Forum to give easy and free access to industry professionals, patient advocacy and students in medicine development. PharmaTalkRadio features industry insiders on the latest strategies, business models, and new innovations to advance clinical research with emphasis on clinical trials, patient- centricity, drug delivery, Immuno-oncology, digital, mobile and other technologies as well as leadership ...
 
Who else is sick and tired of paying for marketing and advertising that fails miserably to move the needle and leaves you frustrated, confused, and ready to write off marketing altogether? Enter...The Dental Marketing Secrets Podcast. Our mission is to be the ultimate source for ideas and tactics to grow your dental and ortho practice, allow you to serve a more patients, and leave a greater impact. And for more proven strategies to grow your practice, visit www.MarkThackeray.com
 
This podcast gives health professionals tools and information to improve patient communication and education. Today, with your next patient or client. I take a communication or education issue that professionals have raised, dig into it with some research, then give you a strategy you can use in your practice right away. And I do it all in about 10 minutes. Complete show transcripts, archive & notes at healthcommunicationpartners.com
 
The New CISO is hosted by Exabeam Chief Security Strategist, Steve Moore. A former IT security leader himself, Steve sits down with Chief Information Security Officers to get their take on cybersecurity trends, what it takes to lead security teams and how things are changing in today’s world.
 
Mike Hennan, Co-Founder of Dental Marketing Consultancy, PatientBoost, and his Co-Host & Co-Founder, Sheila Heard, interview renowned dental marketers & business consultants, successful practice owners, inspiring associates, standout suppliers, and many more. We’re on a mission is to give new principals and aspiring practice owners the tools, knowledge, support, and confidence to build the dental business of their dreams.
 
The American healthcare system is one of the most innovative in the world, but it’s also riddled with complex challenges, such as access to affordable medications, inefficiency and administrative burdens, and communications barriers between providers.. In this podcast series, host Melanie Marcus, Chief Marketing Officer of Surescripts, sits down with some of the most inspiring leaders in healthcare today for in-depth and personal conversations about the industry’s challenges and opportunitie ...
 
From discovery to practice, the Center strives to improve stroke rehabilitative care and transition back into the community by finding ways to detect and treat spatial neglect, expanding our knowledge of reading deficits, improving medication adherence, and implementing new interventions during in-patient rehabilitation.
 
The Dental Makreting Podcast is a weekly show hosted by Chris Pistorius of KickStart Dental Marketing. Each week we delve into topics that help dentists win in the online world of modern day marketing. Including the most cutting edge marketing tactics and strategies that are working right now across our client base to drive leads, phone calls, and more new patients for dentists. Make sure you subscribe to the show so you get notified when we put out new content!
 
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Clinic Boost

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Clinic Boost

Daniel Coulton Shaw & Alex Zakucia

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The Clinic Boost podcast covers quick-fire practical strategies & tactics of rapidly reaching new patients today, tested by some of the worlds leading clinics.Regardless of wherever your clinic currently stands, this podcast can help you and your team predictably double your new patient numbers in as little as 90 days without doing more marketing, hiring more people or working more hours.Alex & Daniel have over 13 years of experience in reaching 1000's of new patients for clinics all over th ...
 
The Trial Talk Podcast explores how our work at the MRC Clinical Trials Unit at UCL is improving health in the UK and worldwide. In this new series, we will hear from world-leading experts about the studies we carry out. We will get inside trials on cancer, infections, and neurodegenerative diseases, explore how public and patient involvement is shaping our studies, and discover new ways to run smarter studies.
 
We are the leading dental hygiene consulting company in the world and have delivered motivational, challenging, and results-oriented trainings in over 4,000 offices across the globe. We have 18 successful clinical trainers with over 400+ years of “in the trenches” experience. We truly believe that if you focus on providing the best quality care to all of your patients, your production will go up. Our Mission is to provide the highest quality trainings and challenge doctors and dental hygieni ...
 
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BloodStream Media

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BloodStream is an entertaining and informational podcast for the bleeding disorders community. Each week, hemophilia patient Patrick James Lynch and former non-profit director Amy Board are joined by advocacy leaders, medical experts, and other guests to discuss the latest news, scientific advancements, policy initiatives, and so much more. Subscribe wherever you listen, or search BloodStream Podcast on YouTube to catch every episode there. Produced by Believe Limited. Presenting sponsor: Ta ...
 
Dr. Noel Lloyd had a super practice until a career-ending injury made it impossible to care for patients and put his back against the wall. What he learned allowed him to build dozens of top producing associates, 10 top producing clinics which he sold to his associates and built two management companies. He’s gone on to teach thousands how to build super successful practices and develop their own associates in the Win-Win Model through his companies, Five Star Management and The New Patient ...
 
Welcome to New Frontiers in Functional Medicine™. Each month, I interview the best minds in Functional Medicine. Expect thought provoking ideas, new research, lots of clinical pearls for practitioners and step-change information for consumers and patients. I hope you join us. Don’t hesitate to email me with ideas for future podcasts.
 
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New Hampshire Public Radio

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How are medical mysteries solved? And what happens when questions remain? Patient Zero is an investigation of the spaces where people and pathogens collide. This season, we take a deep dive in to the history – and mystery – of one of the fastest spreading epidemics of our time: Lyme disease. Learn more at www.patientzeropodcast.com. A production of New Hampshire Public Radio.
 
Low Carb MD is a patient-centered podcast focusing on weight loss, wellness and preventative medicine. The co-hosts, Dr. Brian Lenzkes, Dr. Tro, Dr. Jason Fung & Megan Ramos will interview a new guest on each episode and walk the listeners through how they approach weight loss, wellness and disease reversal with their patients.
 
Discover New Advances in the world of genetics, from technology like CRISPR to rare diseases to new research. For over a decade, multi-award winning podcast "DNA Today" has brought you the voices of leaders in genetics. Host Kira Dineen brings her genetics expertise to interview geneticists, genetic counselors, patient advocates, biotech leaders, researchers, and more. ***Best 2020 and 2021 Science and Medicine Podcast Award Winner*** Learn more (and stream all 180+ episodes) at DNApodcast.c ...
 
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Advances in medicine have made possible better treatments for widespread, familiar human illnesses like cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Yet there are thousands of much less common diseases, most of genetic origin, each classed as rare because it afflicts only a small number of people. These patient groups were long ignored by a pharmaceutical …
 
In this episode of The New CISO, Steve is joined by Jackie Mattingly of Owensboro Health. With a passion for technology since childhood, Jackie first began her career in IT. Today, she shares how an experience with a malicious insider transitioned her into a career in information security. Listen to the episode to learn more about Jackie’s career j…
 
Those of us living today generally think of ourselves as modern, that we live in modern times, and that we are very different from the people of the past. But there is an important thing that we share with all humans who have come before—we ask ourselves big, hard questions about life, questions like how we should live and why the world is so full …
 
It’s December which means Spotify Wrapped was announced! If you are one of the 2,616 people that had us on your Spotify Wrapped Podcast section, tag us in your story or post for a shoutout on the show! Thanks to Maya, Em, Carly, Allison and LittleDipperPomskies, for already sharing. For those that don’t follow us on social media @DNATodayPodcast, h…
 
The term “mental illness” can itself be anxiety-inducing and depressing. There are words, though, that can counter the fears and stresses that mind-related conditions induce in most of us at some point in our lives. One of those bracing, comforting words is, “flourishing.” That welcome word abounds in the 2021 book From Survive to Thrive: Living Yo…
 
The term “mental illness” can itself be anxiety-inducing and depressing. There are words, though, that can counter the fears and stresses that mind-related conditions induce in most of us at some point in our lives. One of those bracing, comforting words is, “flourishing.” That welcome word abounds in the 2021 book From Survive to Thrive: Living Yo…
 
Without the State: Self-Organization and Political Activism in Ukraine (U Toronto Press, 2022) explores the 2013-14 Euromaidan protests - a wave of demonstrations and civil unrest in Ukraine - through in-depth ethnographic research with leftist, feminist, and student activists in Kyiv. The book discusses the concept of self-organization and the not…
 
The term “mental illness” can itself be anxiety-inducing and depressing. There are words, though, that can counter the fears and stresses that mind-related conditions induce in most of us at some point in our lives. One of those bracing, comforting words is, “flourishing.” That welcome word abounds in the 2021 book From Survive to Thrive: Living Yo…
 
Prakash Kashwan's edited volume Climate Justice in India (Cambridge UP, 2022) brings together a collective of academics, activists, and artists to paint a collage of action-oriented visions for a climate just India. This unique and agenda setting volume informs researchers and readers interested in topics of just transition, energy democracy, inter…
 
Hello, world! This is the Global Media & Communication podcast series. In this episode, our host Florence Madenga discusses the book Left to Our Own Devices Coping with Insecure Work in a Digital Age (2022) by Dr. Julia Ticona. You’ll hear about: Dr. Ticona’s intellectual trajectory and how her first monograph has been transformed from a dissertati…
 
Chrysta Bilton is an American writer who lives in Los Angeles with her husband and two children. Her first book, the memoir Normal Family: On Truth, Love, and How I Met My 35 Siblings, was published in July 2022 by Little, Brown in the US and Octopus in the UK. Chrysta's work has appeared in The Guardian, Literary Hub, and Newsweek. Normal Family w…
 
Socialism Goes Global: The Soviet Union and Eastern Europe in the Age of Decolonisation (Oxford UP, 2022) is the first work to provide a broad history of the relationship between Eastern Europe and the decolonising world. It ranges from the late nineteenth to the late twentieth century, but at its core is the dynamic of the post-1945 period, when s…
 
Hello, world! This is the Global Media & Communication podcast series. In this episode, our host Florence Madenga discusses the book Left to Our Own Devices Coping with Insecure Work in a Digital Age (2022) by Dr. Julia Ticona. You’ll hear about: Dr. Ticona’s intellectual trajectory and how her first monograph has been transformed from a dissertati…
 
What exactly can artificial intelligence do? It’s an issue some of the professions are grappling with – on the face of it, law is an area that rests on fine human judgment – but in fact many of tasks it involves can be performed by AI and if that is true for law then presumably it is also true for many other areas too. Daniel Susskind of Oxford Uni…
 
Entitled People, Place, Race, and Nation in Xinjiang, China: Territories of Identity (Palgrave MacMillan, 2022), David O’Brien and Melissa Shani Brown’s new book focuses upon the ways in which ethnic difference is writ through the banalities of everyday life: who one trusts, what one eats, where one shops, even what time one's clocks are set to (Xi…
 
What exactly can artificial intelligence do? It’s an issue some of the professions are grappling with – on the face of it, law is an area that rests on fine human judgment – but in fact many of tasks it involves can be performed by AI and if that is true for law then presumably it is also true for many other areas too. Daniel Susskind of Oxford Uni…
 
Curious about something? Google it. Look at it. Ask a question. But is curiosity simply information seeking? According to this exhilarating, genre-bending book, what's left out of the conventional understanding of curiosity are the wandering tracks, the weaving concepts, the knitting of ideas, and the thatching of knowledge systems--the networks, t…
 
Annika Culver’s Japan's Empire of Birds: Aristocrats, Anglo-Americans, and Transwar Ornithology (Bloomsbury Academic 2022) uses a previously unavailable archive of photographs as the jumping off point to follow the careers of Japanese ornithologists in the transwar generation as they navigated the complexities of their swiftly changing political ci…
 
It’s the countdown time of year! Here’s our Top 10 most downloaded episodes of “10 Minutes to Better Patient Communication” from 2022. You’re reflective. You get how much communication is connected to equity. You get how the ways we educate are connected to equity. You’re the best audience there is! You’re the rockstars. And here are your 10 favori…
 
Inna Perheentupa's book Feminist Politics in Neoconservative Russia: An Ethnography of Resistance and Resources (Policy Press, 2022) is a nuanced and compelling analysis of grassroots feminist activism in Russia in the politically turbulent 2010s. Drawing on rich ethnographic data, the author illustrates how a new generation of activists chose femi…
 
The first story in Jamil Jan Kochai’s newest collection has an interesting title and premise. “Playing Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain” leads The Haunting of Hajji Hotak and Other Stories (Viking: 2022). But what starts as a story of a young Afghan-American man buying the latest installment of the stealth video game becomes an exploration of A…
 
Reaching for the Heights: The Inside Story of a Secret Attempt to Reach a Syrian-Israeli Peace (USIP, 2022) is an insider’s account of secret negotiations to broker a Syria-Israel peace deal―negotiations that came tantalizingly close to success. Ambassador Frederic Hof, who spearheaded the US-mediated discussions in 2009-11, takes readers behind th…
 
In the Philippines, unknown numbers of children are in institutional care. Commonly known as residential care or orphanages, these institutions have been established to fill a social welfare gap, and to better support child welfare and protection efforts. But what are the implications for the children in these institutions, and what does this syste…
 
In The Federal Reserve: A New History (University of Chicago Press, 2022), Robert Hetzel draws on a 43-year career as an economist in the central bank to trace the influence of the Fed on the American economy. Hetzel compares periods in which the Fed stabilized the economy and periods in which it destabilized the economy. He draws lessons about wha…
 
Dan Bouk is a writer, professor, and cultural historian of quantification, or as Bouk puts it, the history all fascinating things “shrouded in the cloak of borningness.” In Bouk’s book, Democracy’s Data: The Hidden Stories in the U.S. Census and How to Read Them (2022), the author invites readers into the social life of 1940 US Census. The stories …
 
These days it seems that nobody is satisfied with American democracy. Critics across the ideological spectrum warn that the country is heading toward catastrophe but also complain that nothing seems to change. At the same time, many have begun to wonder if the gulf between elites and ordinary people has turned democracy itself into a myth. The urge…
 
In the early 20th century, Europe and North America were undergoing a radical transformation. Scientific, technological, and political changes disrupted many traditional forms of life. The growth of cities opened up new freedoms and opportunities and scientists like Sigmund Freud and Ernst Mach were developing new theories about how we perceive the…
 
Palm oil is a commodity like no other. Found in half of supermarket products, from food to cosmetics to plastics, it has shaped the world in which we live. In Palm Oil: The Grease of Empire (Pluto Press, 2022), Max Haiven tells a sweeping story that touches on everything from empire to art, from war to food, and from climate change to racial capita…
 
When a professor is not who they say they are, what does it take to get them to resign? This episode explores: How an anonymous twitter account and a media investigation helped Ms. Cyca reveal the truth about a professor misrepresenting their identity. Why professors can fail to fully acknowledge all the harm done to the students, staff, and commun…
 
Autumn Womack is a professor of English and of African American Studies at Princeton University. Her new book, The Matter of Black Living: The Aesthetic Experiment of Racial Data, 1880–1930 (University of Chicago Press, 2022), addresses scholars and readers interested in literary studies, visual culture, and transformative justice in modern America…
 
From Lucrezia Borgia to Marlene Dietrich, Empress Marie Fyodorovna of Russia, and most recently the actress Sarah Bernhardt, C. W. Gortner has made a career out of finding strong, fascinating, real-life heroines for his novels. In The American Adventuress (William Morrow, 2022), he focuses his attention on Jennie Jerome, the mother of Winston Churc…
 
Beth Hillman discusses the recent merger between Mills College and Northeastern University. Hillman, who served as President of Mills from 2016-22, describes the many strategies that the Oakland, CA-based women’s college attempted before moving forward with the merger, including a potential strategic partnership with its neighbor, UC Berkeley. She …
 
Words for the Heart: A Treasury of Emotions from Classical India (Princeton UP, 2022) is a captivating treasury of emotion terms drawn from some of India’s earliest classical languages. Inspired by the traditional Indian genre of a “treasury”—a wordbook or anthology of short texts or poems—this collection features 177 jewel-like entries evoking the…
 
In Wars of Law: Unintended Consequences in the Regulation of Armed Conflict (Cornell UP, 2020), Tanisha M. Fazal assesses the unintended consequences of the proliferation of the laws of war for the commencement, conduct, and conclusion of wars over the course of the past one hundred fifty years. Fazal outlines three main arguments: early laws of wa…
 
The Music of the United States of America Series of musical editions is a monumental undertaking funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities with financial and organizational support from the University of Michigan, the American Musicological Society, the Society of American Music, and A-R Editions. The aim of the MUSA series, as it is call…
 
In this episode, Greg W. Mattingly, MD, and Vladimir Maletic, MD, have a conversation about the ongoing bipolar disorder research and developments expected to have an impact in the coming year. They elaborate on the various neurotransmitters being investigated and how this research might change the future of patient care. From investigating new mec…
 
In this episode, Iskandar Azwa, MBChB, and patient advocate Andrew Tan Tze Tho discuss barriers to genuinely patient-centered HIV care in Malaysia and the surrounding region and offer calls to action for healthcare professionals for responding to patient preferences. They discuss health literacy programs and other forms of effective health communic…
 
In this episode, Jill Blumenthal, MD, MAS, and Jennifer Cocohoba, PharmD, share how they manage possible antiretroviral (ARV)-associated toxicities in transgender individuals, including: Strategies on how to approach different ARV-related toxicities Other factors to consider when assessing possible ARV-related toxicities (eg, weight gain, cardiovas…
 
This podcast episode is part of a multimedia program discussing the impact of health disparities in anemia of chronic kidney disease (CKD) on patient outcomes. Tune in to hear Santosh Saraf, MD, and Milda Saunders, MD, MPH, highlight mitigation strategies to improve screening and management. The overview will include: The definition of CKD and the …
 
This week we are celebrating the 10-year anniversary of the announcement of the 100,000 Genomes Project.To mark this ground-breaking project, our Head of Public Engagement, Vivienne Parry OBE, is joined by two guests who have played a critical role over the last 10 years: Professor Sir Mark Caulfield, who led the strategic oversight and delivery of…
 
Anthropological Lives: An Introduction to the Profession of Anthropology (Rutgers UP, 2020) introduces readers to what it is like to be a professional anthropologist. It focuses on the work anthropologists do, the passions they have, the way that being an anthropologist affects the kind of life they lead. The book draws heavily on the experiences o…
 
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