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Best Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett podcasts we could find (updated December 2019)
Best Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett podcasts we could find
Updated December 2019
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Edge of Aging
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A podcast that aims to open minds and funding to the possibilities of a new health care model for our seniors and the familes that support them. Thought leaders Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett re-imagine aging, elder care and care giving, one idea at a time.
 
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This episode focuses on the challenges and opportunities presented by the changing demographics of aging. Jim Johnson, UNC Kenan-Flagler Business School Distinguished Professor of Strategy and Entreprenuership and Director of Urban Investment Strategy Center, explores the topic with Cooper and Nicole.…
 
Cooper and Nicole continue their talk with Katie Owens, President of the Healthcare Experience Foundation. They also share their thoughts on leadership and creating a healthy work culture for medical professionals.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper welcome Katie Owens, President of the Healthcare Experience Foundation, to have a discussion on leadership and creating a healthy work culture for medical professionals.By The Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole continue their conversation with Vicki de Klerk-Rubin of the Validation Training Institute as they further explore validation and whether it has other applications.By Edge of Aging
 
Vicki de Klerk-Rubin of the Validation Training Institute joins Nicole and Cooper to give us a better understanding of how we can do a better job of ensuring our seniors are treated and feel like human beings through validation.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper have a candid chat with Jay Reinstein, Assistant City Manager of Fayetteville, who was diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer's.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper continue their conversation with Tia Powell, Physician and Bioethicist at the Einstein College of Medicine and author of 'Dementia Reimagined,' this time focusing on the personal experience of being a caregiver for a loved one with dementia.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole welcome Dr. Tia Powell, Physician and Bioethicist at the Einstein College of Medicine and author of 'Dementia Reimagined,' to share her medical, personal and historical perspective of dementia care.By Edge of Aging
 
Could aerobic exercise be medicine for brain health? Nicole and Cooper welcome Laura Baker, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine Neurology and Public Health Sciences at Wake Forest School of Medicine, for a discussion on how lifestyle changes can impact how we live our lives as we age.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole welcome Jennifer Kennedy, Senior Director of Regulatory and Quality at the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization, for a chat on the future of hospice and palliative care.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper are joined by Eric Scharber, Principal with Exact Recruiting a Simione Talent Solution, to discuss how to attract and retain talent in non-acute health care.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole welcome Ellen Fulp, Director of Pharmacy Education at AdvoCare, for a conversation about how pharmacy could be used differently to enhance care.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper welcome Bill Dombie with the National Association for Home and Hospice Care for a discussion on the future of home health and hospice.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole have a thorough discussion about hospice and home health with Stan Massey, Partner and Lead Consultant with Transcend Strategy Group.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper speak with Tiffany Christensen, Vice President of Experience Innovation at The Beryl Institute, about the patient experience and how focusing care on that experience can improve outcomes.By Edge of Aging
 
As we conclude our two-part series, Cooper and Nicole continue their discussion with Greg Kotzbauer. This episode focuses on caregiving and how caregivers can play a key role for healthcare providers.By Edge of Aging
 
In the first of a two-part series, Nicole and Cooper have a discussion with Greg Kotzbauer on the lines between care providers and payers beginning to blur. Greg Kotzbauer is a Visiting Fellow at the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, the CEO of a health care strategy and analytics company he founded called ThynkNu, and the Chief Transform ...…
 
Cooper and Nicole discuss how health care providers can be better prepared during natural disaster with Dean Lee of 3HC Home, Health and Hospice Care.By Edge of Aging
 
We welcome Mary Ann Baldwin to discusses the resistance by municipalities to granny flats and accessory apartments.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole welcome Mark Sharp and Raymond Belles with BKD for a chat on their findings after analyzing data on patient outcomes and payment data.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper sit down with Lisa Roberts, executive director of the the Alzheimer's Association Eastern North Carolina Chapter, as she tells her story of the Alzheimer's diagnosis that rocked her family and ultimately altered her career path.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper have a conversation with Melanie Bunn of Alzhiemer's North Carolina to envision how the health care system could better fit the needs of people with dementia.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole talk with Brigitte Specht of Sunrise Assisted Living about how assisted living communities are working towards a new paradigm of better care.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper discuss the shortcomings in the world of long term care with geriatrician Dr. Betty Lim.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole continue their conversation with Byron Pitts of ABC News, reflecting on the end of his caregiving journey and what stood out the most to him.By Edge of Aging
 
Cooper and Nicole have an open and honest discussion of caregiving with Byron Pitts of ABC News, as he shares the story of caring for his mother.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper continue their conversation with Dr. David Fisher of Doctors Making Housecalls, addressing how long term care communities could provide a higher level of care.
 
Nicole and Cooper address how we can drive down costs and improve outcomes in elder care in a chat with Dr. David Fisher of Doctors Making Housecalls.
 
Nicole and Cooper are joined by Dr. Bobby Park of RelyMD to discuss how telemedicine could transform the health care system.By Edge of Aging
 
Nicole and Cooper continue their conversation with thought-leader Dr. Timothy Ihrig about palliative care.
 
Nicole and Cooper have an in-depth conversation with thought-leader Dr. Timothy Ihrig about palliative care.
 
Cooper and Nicole take an intimate look at one couple's journey with early onset dementia.
 
Licensed nursing home administrator David Plemmons helps examine how altering the realm of nursing homes could help reinvent long-term care.By Edge of Aging
 
Public policy expert Julia Adams-Scheurich helps to explore the relationship between our health care system, the individual and society.By Edge of Aging
 
Richard Duncan of the R.L. Mace Universal Design Institute explains how home modification could transform the care continuum.
 
We continue our conversation with Sherry Thomas and the story takes a very different turn as a life of caring for others turns into a life of being cared for.
 
Sherry Thomas has had a long and impactful career as a pioneer in home care. Health care in rural areas has hit a wall and families don't have the information they need to help family members discharged from the hospital. She explains why the system of healing is flawed and sick patients are coming home, still sick.…
 
Mark Costley of Clarity Legal Group tells Cooper and Nicole that elder law attorneys need to do a better job of looking at the family as a whole, which is key to being prepared as a caregiver.
 
Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett continue their conversation on in-home technology with Jason Ray, Chief Development Officer for Simply Home. They discuss roadblocks that are disrupting faster implementation of this technology.By Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett
 
Cooper Linton and Nicole Clagett explore new territory and nothing is newer than the latest technology. Jason Ray, Chief Development Officer for Simply Home, joins the conversation about advances with in-home technology.By Edge of Aging
 
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