Best avitia podcasts we could find (Updated July 2018)
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Avizia is redefining healthcare with the only end-to-end telehealth platform that combines industry-leading video devices with software solutions to streamline care coordination, provider collaboration, and patient engagement.With solutions found throughout 36 countries and 37 of the top 100 hospital networks in the United States, Avizia is enabling continuity of care by connecting any patient to any provider in any place.
 
In-depth conversations with the physicians of Avita Health System in North Central Ohio
 
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This episode of “On Air with Avita” features Dr. Scott Foster, Avita’s fellowship-trained hip and knee replacement surgeon! For just over 10 minutes, Dr. Foster walks us through several key areas of the joint replacement program at Avita. If you are considering a hip or knee replacement (or if you are on the fence!), this episode might benefit ...…
 
Here it is! It’s our second episode of On Air with Avita! This episode is special because it is Better Speech and Hearing Month so we sat down with Audiologist, Heather Vaught, Au.D, and Speech Language Pathologist (Speech Therapist), Maddie Ellis. We learned a lot on infant language development, hearing aids, hearing loss, speech and swallowin ...…
 
On the debut episode of “On Air With Avita”, we talk with Dr. Ryan Wagner, Orthopedic Sports Medicine physician and Medical Director of Avita Center for Sports Health. 00:00 - Introduction3:03 – The importance of Sports Health and Athletic Trainers in schools12:10 – Staying on top of concussions15:55 – The difference between an orthopedics and ...…
 
A ‘perfect storm’ of an ageing population, the rising rate of chronic conditions and increased expectations of both consumers and healthcare professionals is contributing to extraordinary demand on the Australian health system.
 
MACRA is a transformative law, poised to drive payment and delivery reform across the payer mix for the foreseeable future. This new policy may ultimately lead the American health care system away from a fee-for-service model and towards new risk-bearing, value-based, coordinated care models.Avizia was joined by Krista Drobac, Partner at Sirona ...…
 
Hear from Sally Olson and Nicole Bauer with Behavioral Healthcare Providers as they discuss how Fairview Health Services has been augmenting emergency room behavioral health services with telemedicine.
 
Join Avizia and Dr. Jay Sanders, the ‘father of telemedicine’ as we discuss telemedicine expectations for 2016 and what we hope to see the market accomplish if we could write our own story.
 
Join Avizia, Cisco and Dr. John Pawlovich, Clinical Associate Professor in the Department of Family Practice at UBC, as they discuss the work he has done in many rural and remote sites across Canada
 
Dr. Barbash shares his expertise on how telemedicine is positively impacting specialists’ ability to diagnose and treat the onset of stroke symptoms, while also providing vital recommendations for an ongoing treatment plan.
 
Dr. Steinhorn stresses how telemedicine DOES NOT drive distance between providers and their patients, but instead bridges distance barriers in some cases and increases the ability for providers to check-in on their patients and their families more often.
 
Avizia is joined by Donna Zazworsky, Vice President of Community Health & Continuum Care at Carondelet Health Network in Arizona, to discuss the application of telemedicine to effectively treat and manage chronic conditions, specifically diabetes.
 
Avizia and partner Dimension Data are joined by Christine Martin and Dr. Alan Pitt who share their personal experiences and expert insight on how to best approach selecting the right telemedicine technology for use cases.
 
In this episode we get in the trenches with cardiologist, Dr. Gandhi, who has helped lead the TriHealth Heart Institute through the early stages of implementing a telecardiology program.
 
Shawn Farrell shares examples of how telehealth is being used in pediatric urgent care to obtain second opinions and other use cases. He also shares the success of pediatric telehealth programs in the United States, Latin America, Italy, Africa and India.
 
Healthcare can be thought of as a series of waiting periods. Poor communication via pagers and phones often leads to unnecessary delays, which can increase a patient’s length of stay and drive up costs.
 
Mike Baird, CEO of Avizia and Shahram Patrovi MD, former CEO at Emerge MD discuss solutions to the inefficiencies of a fragmented platform.
 
In this webinar Dr. Craig Sable and Michael D’Ambrosio discuss the global healthcare crisis and how telemedicine can be used to address the challenges. Telemedicine can be used as a force for the social good.
 
Rural health organizations face unique challenges during their transition to new healthcare delivery models. Providers and patients encounter various obstacles in both providing and receiving care, which vary greatly from those in urban areas.
 
Telemedicine technology is being routinely utilized for emergency and critical care, routine consults, and scaling clinicians to teach new procedures and provide second opinions.
 
Learn how school-based telemedicine networks are increasing access to care, scaling school nursing personnel, providing timely care and a medical home for children lacking one.
 
Dr. Edward Kaftarian and Dr. Alan Pitt discuss the potential challenges and solutions for providing behavioral health services in the correctional system.
 
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