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The Society of Interventional Radiology (SIR) brings you a new podcast on all the topics that impact your practice of IR. In each episode, host Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, and guests discuss new clinical opportunities, practice management tips, the latest trends and developments in the specialty, and more. Learn more on sirweb.org, sirweb.org/irq, and sirweb.org/kinkedwire.If you have any ideas for topics or guests, or have any other feedback, let us know at irq@sirweb.org. For corporate suppo ...
 
Urdu and Indian film songs is a match made in heaven. But sometimes we don’t pay attention to what those beautiful sounding words mean. Here’s a humble attempt to share some Urdu words with their meanings. If you like this effort, don’t forget to share it with your friends. You can connect with me on Instagram : sagar.sawarkar Facebook. : Sagar Sawarkar Music
 
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Data have demonstrated that individuals living in many parts of the country not only lack access to an IR but also lack access to any radiologist with image-guided procedural skills. These “IR deserts” highlight a major public health concern and a startling inequality in access to care. In the audio version of "Crossing the IR desert : The need for…
 
The impact of diversity on finances makes perfect sense when you think of the workforce like a toolbox: Every tool has a purpose and design that makes it optimal for certain jobs. If your toolbox is full of only Phillip’s head screwdrivers, you’ll never be able to work with a flat head screw ... Because we currently have a racially homogeneous work…
 
I try to present myself as mild-mannered, quiet and very nice, which wins a lot of battles, but deep inside there’s this fierce sense of “right.” And if there was something I needed to fight for—for the rights of patients or for members—I would go to the mat for them. —Katharine L. Krol, MD, FSIR As part of the new "Owning Success" column in SIR's …
 
With ever-evolving technologies, cancer treatments will almost certainly become more effective and less invasive in the future. A new procedure that will likely play an important role in the future of interventional oncology is histotripsy. While the procedure could be adopted by a variety of specialties, we believe that interventional oncologists …
 
With an increasing number of geriatric patients seeking IR services, identification of patients at higher risk for complications will allow for improved pre-procedural counseling and patient selection, as well as targeted application of resources to improve the perioperative risk profile for select patients. In the audio version of "Patient frailty…
 
In this session, Amelia Dunlop, author of Elevating the Human Experience, discusses some of the points in her book about creating a better human experience in the workplace. She also shares best practices and strategies on how companies and leaders can use data to foster a better human understanding for their workforce.Amelia's Book:Elevating the H…
 
In this session, Jane Datta, chief human capital officer at NASA, talks about her experience in managing employee well-being in a large, diverse workforce such as in NASA. Many of her points focus on the Pandemic year and how it has made organizations revisit the strategies and policies that enable a more employee centric environment.Podcast Link:i…
 
What I wanted to do is really focus in on physicians, because I feel like we're sometimes not the ones in the forefront in making decisions in how healthcare is going ... and it's not our fault. It's because we kind of weren't taught leadership skills. —Elsie Koh, MD Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with interventional radiologist Elsie Koh, MD, ab…
 
In this session, Randy Bean, Author of "Fail Fast, Learn Faster", shares tips on how to build a people-centric data-driven organization. With his vast experience in this field, being a noted author and a strategic advisor to fortune 1000 companies, he talks about some of the challenges and opportunities data holds for organizations today.Randy's Bo…
 
In this session, Frank Calderoni, CEO Anaplan shared how to build a company that sees hypergrowth by upstanding the character of the company. He shared his insights on his journey in leading a large organization while still maintaining the character-led culture. Bio:Frank Calderoni is the Chief Executive Officer of Anaplan and the chairman of the c…
 
While I do understand that there may be this idea out there, that the OBL is some magical place, the truth is that I think the ideal scenario is what I have—which is practicing on both sides of the street, so to speak. Because they each pose their own challenges and they each have their own benefits. —Bret Wiechmann, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FS…
 
#FutureOfWork Leadership: Performing Through TransformationJoin us for an interesting conversation on learning the #FutureOfWork panel series. This session 3 leaders, sat together and shared their journey leading their organization through #Futureofwork and sharing their best practices and insights with usPanelist:Andrea Patten, Chief People Office…
 
In this show, Susan Schmitt Winchester shared her journey to a leadership role of a Fortune 500 company. She shared her journey through her troubled childhood and how she copes up with her past and grow into the future. Susan shared wisdom on how to use the workplace as a healing vehicle and how everyone could achieve success by keeping their confl…
 
In this podcast, Matt Blumberg discussed his book Startup CXO, the insights it carries and shared how to build a thriving leadership that builds for tomorrow today. He sheds light on the importance of a good leader and how to achieve it effectively.Matt's Recommended Read:The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy …
 
In this show, David Bradford discussed his book Connect. He shared a transformative way to build fulfilling relationships with colleagues, friends, partners, and family, based on the landmark Interpersonal Dynamics (“Touchy-Feely”) course at Stanford’s Graduate School of BusinessBio:David Bradford is the Eugene O'Kelly II Senior Lecturer in Leaders…
 
In this show Michael discussed some tips, tricks and techniques to build a strong career. He shared some platforms that professionals could use to gain growth faster. He also shared the importance of networking and discussed how to do networking effectively.Bio:For two decades, Michael Solomon and Rishon Blumberg have been revolutionizing the field…
 
Dialysis, stroke, peripheral arterial disease, oncology, …these affect patients of all races. We know there are health care inequities—Black and Brown patients, and poor patients, uninsured tend to be afflicted more. We can recruit the best and the brightest students across the country and across the world to be part of the greatest specialty in al…
 
In this show, Jeffrey Hull talks about his book Flex. He shared insights on the art and science of being a great leader. He shared the anatomy of leadership and the ingredients of those who do it successfully.Bio:Jeffrey Hull, Ph.D. BCC is CEO of Leadershift, Inc. a leadership development consultancy based in New York City and author of the best-se…
 
In this show, Melissa Riberio shared her journey as a diversity candidate and now a diversity champion and leader. She shared how companies should embrace and thrive in diversity. She shared some quick tips/tricks for businesses and leaders to create a more inclusive workforce.Introduction:Across my global career, Melissa has had the opportunity to…
 
In this session, Ram discussed the ever-evolving world of competitive advantage. He shared how current changes desire to rethink of competitive edge strategies. He shared some data-driven strategies and some best practices that are executable and easy to implement.Bio:Ram Charan is the co-author of the bestselling Execution and Confronting Reality,…
 
When we show each other these extreme cases, there's a lot of cheering and high-fiving. That's a really fun part of IR, but that is not what is going to advance the field in the eyes of our referring physicians, or of the public, or of the payers, or of the government.—Daniel Y. Sze, MD, PhD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with interventiona…
 
In this conversation, Thomas Eisenmann discussed the complicated world of startup failures. Tom discussed various failures and what are some ways businesses could have done right. This is a great conversation for anyone seeking to understand failures and how to avoid them.Bio:Tom Eisenmann is the Howard H. Stevenson Professor of Business Administra…
 
Sabrina Horn(@SabrinaHorn) on Leading with authenticity for real results! #FutureofWork #Work2dot0 #PodcastIn this podcast, Sabrina Horn discussed his book Ruthless Consistency, the insights it carries and shared how his journey has helped him craft a strategy that could work on the testing times. He sheds light on the importance of ruthless consis…
 
Discussing AI-First Company and AI First mentality with Ash Fontana. He sheds light on how organizations could embrace analytics, data, and AI to retain a competitive edge.Bio:Ash Fontana became one of the most recognized startup investors in the world after launching online investing at AngelList. He then became a Managing Director of Zetta, the f…
 
In this podcast, Ben Pring co-founded and leads the Center for the Future of Work at Cognizant discussed the challenges of technology and transformation as we go through the future of work. Ben shared some challenges of not doing technology transformation properly. He also talked about his book Monster sharing similar insights as it relates to tech…
 
Join us on an interesting conversation on learning the #FutureOfWork panel series. This session 2 leaders, sat together and shared their journey leading their organization through #Futureofwork and sharing their best practices and insights with us1 Guest Leader :Jenn Congdon, Chief Human Resources Officer at Ecobat TechnologiesBio:As a Human Resour…
 
In this podcast, Michelle Seiler Tucker talked about the challenges of business around mergers and acquisitions. She suggested critical ways businesses could position themselves to find aspirational growth and exit at the maximum value by doing certain things right. A great conversation for anyone seeking to deliver more value from their outcome.In…
 
In this podcast, Teresa Roche, CHRO @ City Of Fort Collins discussed running a diverse organization and some challenges that go with running a diversified workforce. She also shared some challenges and opportunities of running a public sector organization. A must watch/listen for leaders seeking ideas/challenges/opportunities running a diverse orga…
 
Join us on an interesting conversation on learning the #FutureOfWork panel series. This session 2 leaders, sat together and shared their journey leading their organization through #Futureofwork and sharing their best practices and insights with usEvent Info:Mark Avnet, VP, People at SimulmediaBio:Mark Avnet is VP, People at Simulmedia. Previously, …
 
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