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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 ...
 
About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to share stories that had impacted them…and Story Jam Theatre was born! The stories were so profound, they deeply touched all who were in attendance. Inspired by his wife’s podcast Biz Women Rock, he set out to create this podcast to leverage the medium and bring these s ...
 
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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…
 
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…
 
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…
 
I think we’re really at the tip of the iceberg. I think this is very early—in my mid stage of the career, I will probably not be practicing as this evolves into something that’s the full standard of care in multiple joints. But outside of BPH, this is probably the biggest and probably most impactful change I think we’ll see in the embolization spac…
 
The CPT code may have certain required elements, and if you don’t put all of those in the report, you don’t get credit for doing the procedure. Or if the coders go ahead and code it, you could get audited later. So if someone goes to jail for fraudulent coding, you’ll be on the line as well as the coder, as the interventional radiologist—because yo…
 
The idea that we start a little earlier in getting our students acclimated to interventional radiology is going to be so important. And it already has made a difference—I think now, students have a much clearer sense of what it is, at a much earlier stage, than maybe I did. I think it makes a big difference in terms of getting more involvement in o…
 
I guess my take-home point is that by no means is staffing for a stroke program a small undertaking, so it really is important to have the support from the hospital as well as other medical specialties when developing the interventional stroke program ... which we’re very fortunate we have. —Eric A. Wang, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks w…
 
At the very beginning of the pandemic, there was a big outpouring of support through social media outlets and other avenues online between training programs throughout the country. So it was kind of almost a national level of collaboration for continuing access to training in a way. It will be good to see how we continue to use it in the coming yea…
 
If you follow good practices—you minimize the patient dose, you wear your protective clothing, you use the pull-down shields and you put the pull-down shields as close to the patient as you can—your exposures are going to be very low. —Joseph Ring, DO In recognition of Nov. 8, the International Day of Radiology, Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks wit…
 
In our specialty, the stereotypes are ... you have to be a certain height. So I hear from women trainees and aspiring interventionalists that, "You know, you're too small ... You can't reach things." It's not true! —Barbara Nickel Hamilton, MD Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with interventional radiologist Barbara Nickel Hamilton, MD, about gender…
 
You see that it's appalling. What can you do, and what can we do as privileged human beings, to denounce this? To say that it's wrong? To not stand for it? To say, "You know what? That's not right and this is what I'm going to do about it."—Paul J. "P.J." Rochon, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with interventional radiologist Paul J. "P.J…
 
"One of the big organizations that are groups of people/stakeholders that really change things, in terms of education for sure, are medical students, themselves .” —Jeanne M. Laberge, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with interventional radiologist Jeanne M. Laberge, MD, FSIR, about her role in the development of the IR Residency, the powe…
 
I wanted to practice clinically oriented IR. I thought, “If I go to a group and say that we should practice IR, then my group is going to say yes—you should go for it!” And as many people know, that’s not the way the world works.” —Raj Pyne, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with interventional radiologist Raj Pyne, MD, FSIR, about the deve…
 
The media portrayed scenes of just terror, frankly, particularly at Elmhurst Hospital. You see these lines of people that are waiting outside with so much anxiety and you know where that place is, you’ve driven past, you’ve seen with your own eyes that this is in your backyard. Then it starts hitting very close to home. —Akhilesh K. Sista, MD, FSIR…
 
You don’t just put a filter in and forget about it—but that’s what used to happen. And when you put a filter in, it’s like anything else. We are clinical physicians in IR and vascular surgery, and when we put these filters in your patient, you need to follow them. That means clinical follow-up, and it may mean imaging follow-up. —Matthew S. Johnson…
 
We may not have had everything we wanted, but we had most of the things we needed. And most of the things we needed were our own ingenuity, our own innovativeness, that comes from practicing our own specialty, interventional radiology. —Janice Newsome, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with Janice Newsome, MD, FSIR, an interventional radiol…
 
It’s kind of been a roller coaster ride. We’re all excited about everything that was gong to happen with the annual meeting … And then at the beginning of the year we started to get reports and that’s when we started saying, “What are we going to do? How is this going to happen?” —Constantino S. Peña, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with …
 
I am originally from a third-world country. When I moved to the United States, I couldn’t believe all the resources that were being wasted in America. And I feel that, for the first time in America, we are learning that. We are learning that we have to be cautious about wasting resources. —George Behrens, MD Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with Ge…
 
One thing I was recognizing very quickly was that, at that time, there was very little guidance from the CDC. A lot of the information was coming from publications from the Chinese experience and the changes that needed to be put in place were really things that hadn’t been done before. —Rajesh Shah, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with R…
 
There was a report that several people had been sick, and several were transported to hospitals. The next thing we heard was that all of the ambulance crews and firemen who had been involved in the transfer were in quarantine … and it really seemed kind of crazy. —R. Torrance Andrews, MD, FSIR Warren Krackov, MD, FSIR, speaks with R. Torrance Andre…
 
Figure out your targets and then automate as much as possible, be it through automatic transfers, automate your savings, move it to a separate account that you're not going to touch. And do as much of that through automation as possible, because really when it's left up to our willpower, all of us are pretty bad at it ... and so what we want is to …
 
If you put yourself in a place where you say, "Oh, that will never happen to me because I'm strong, and I'm stoic, and I have it under control and I have all the answers," then you already have made yourself susceptible to burnout. —Felicia Speed, LMSW Wellness and burnout are increasingly important topics in today's fast-paced culture, and we all …
 
ATTRACT essentially found that, really, it's the people with iliofemoral deep vein thrombosis (DVT) who are the ones most likely to benefit and that, in fact, quality of life was improved in the iliofemoral patients. And so that certainly suggests that we're barking up the right tree with the C-TRACT Trial. —Suresh Vedantham, MD, FSIR Hot on the he…
 
Without being able to articulate what that value is, I’m sure many IRs across the country can relate to the struggle that might ensue when you’re trying to [explain it]. You know you’re valuable, but you have trouble quantifying it and articulating it. —Matt Hawkins, MD In December 2019, SIR Foundation hosted a Research Consensus Panel on the Value…
 
That could actually create a really big void if we’re not in communities taking care of patients. We’re the “go-to,” we’re necessary in these big systems or big hospitals, but when you get very far from them at all, then you have communities that have absolutely no access to IR. —Laura Findeiss, MD, FSIR In 2009, SIR held its inaugural Leadership D…
 
It’s not me trying to do five more so that you guys do five less. It’s my trying to work with you to reach out to these women who are suffering in silence out in the community. There’s somewhere in the United States 2 to 3 million women with symptomatic uterine fibroids who just aren’t getting treatment at all. —A.J. Gunn, MD In 2019, interventiona…
 
During that time period, many of the Japanese Americans, like my parents who were born in the United States, were a quiet bunch of people ... and so my parents never talked about it. In fact it wasn’t in our history books, growing up. I didn’t even know about the internment camps—and the fact that my family was affected by them—until I was 25. —Ala…
 
Diane has her own executive court reporting business. She shares some of the quirky stories about Bern Laxer, owner and founder of the famous Bern's Steakhouse, from her time with the company. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. …
 
Pilar Ortiz is a bilingual speaker, coach, trainer, and consultant. She shares her story of overcoming the stress reporting the high profile news about drug lord Pablo Escobar. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23r…
 
Founder of Wildstyle Media Group, LLC. Niel Guilarte is also host of All Things Post Podcast, speaker, and coach. www.wildstylemedia.net About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a …
 
Mark D. Katz is the founder and chief strategic officer of the M David Katz Company, providing business consulting, marketing, branding, and more. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he …
 
Pete O'Shea is a radio host, stand-up comedian, and author. He shares his recount of his new life-changing operation. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to shar…
 
Ron Laker is an executive coach, entrepreneur, speaker, leadership development mentor, and business coach. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to share stories t…
 
Stephen Hnilica walked across America from Tampa to Seattle, now is traveling the world as cohost of Backpack Entrepreneurs Podcast. www.backpackentrepreneurs.com About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris…
 
Mark D. Katz is the founder and chief strategic officer of the M David Katz Company, providing business consulting, marketing, branding, and more. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he …
 
Marc Ensign shares a story about his childhood encounter with a bully that stuck with him for years. www.marcensign.com About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to sh…
 
Dave Kauffman is a Ziglar Legacy Certified Speaker, Trainer, and Coach. This story, he shares the story of how he met the love of his life. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited…
 
Also known as "Doc", currently president of the Tampa Bay Computer Society shares a story about the world of early internet message boards. It is a humorous testament to geekdom and their epic flame wars. http://tampa-bay.org About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the c…
 
Bill Auxier is a writer and leadership coach. This episode, he shares the impact legend Gordy Howe (aka Mr. Hockey) showed how important it is to be generous with your time. http://billauxier.com About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved N…
 
Glenn Nielson, photographer and retired US Air Force pilot shares a story from one of his most gripping air combat experiences from Vietnam. www.picsintheglenn.com About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chri…
 
Jonathan Clarke is a tennis player that shares his story about how he helped in an effort to end world hunger. About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to share stori…
 
Diane Daniels is a medicare consultant, speaker, and host of the Medicare Nation Podcast. www.medicarenation.com About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to share sto…
 
Speaker, career coach, consultant, cancer survivor, Lee Silverstein is also the host of the Colon Cancer Podcast where other cancer survivors share their stories of their triumphs over cancer. www.thecoloncancerpodcast.com About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the crea…
 
Marc Ensign is a writer, speaker, and consultant about Life. Business. And the Pursuit of Happiness. www.marcensign.com About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to sh…
 
Peter O'Shea is a radio host, stand-up comedian, and author. He shares more stories in his book "Pain is My Friend". About Story Jam Story Jam Theatre was created by New York transplant Chris Krimitsos after moving to Tampa and missing the creative scene of his beloved NY. On September 23rd, 2014 (Chris’ Birthday), he invited a few friends to share…
 
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