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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Welcome to the GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR) Podcast series! Formerly known as the Office of Clinical Practice & Innovation, join us weekly as Dr. Jesse Pines interviews innovative leaders in the healthcare industry about how they are changing healthcare.
 
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Urgent Matters
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Urgent Matters serves as a dissemination vehicle for strategies on emergency department (ED) patient flow and quality. Our podcasts feature interviews with healthcare innovators who are changing and improving emergency care.
 
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Jesse In Seattle
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Podcast by Jesse In Seattle
 
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Hey Mister Jesse
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Welcome to Hey Mister Jesse's barbecue of tasty talk about swingin' jazz and blues. DJ Jesse Miner will serve up a platter of swingin' music that matters to dancers. Check out the show every month to hear music, interviews, listener feedback and news about the music swing dancers love.
 
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DJ Jesse
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Studio 38 presents DJ Jesse in the Blue Room. A mix of trance, progressive and house music.
 
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Hey Mister Jesse
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Welcome to Hey Mister Jesse's barbecue of tasty talk about swingin' jazz and blues. DJ Jesse Miner will serve up a platter of swingin' music that matters to dancers. Check out the show every month to hear music, interviews, listener feedback and news about the music swing dancers love.
 
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Hey Mister Jesse
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Welcome to Hey Mister Jesse's barbecue of tasty talk about swingin' jazz and blues. DJ Jesse Miner will serve up a platter of swingin' music that matters to dancers.
 
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Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, and Ethan Hawke: Meet the Filmmakers
 
Join filmmakers Richard Linklater, Julie Delpy, and Ethan Hawke as they discuss their new film, "Before Midnight." Directed by Linklater, starring Delpy and Hawke, and co-written by all three, the film reconnects us with Celine and Jesse nine years later. Almost two decades have passed since that first meeting on a train bound for Vienna, and we find them now, in their early 40s in Greece. Before the clock strikes midnight, we will again become part of their story.
 
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Jesse Pine, Mat Robar, and Brewmaster Winslow Sawyer join us from Pure Project. We talk about what makes Pure Project stand out, their partnership with Brewery Igniter, their "brewed locally, sourced globally" motto, and much more! Mat, as the face of branding, how do you make Pure Project stand out with 120+ breweries in San Diego? Why did you ...…
 
Jesse Pine, Mat Robar, and Brewmaster Winslow Sawyer join us from Pure Project. We talk about what makes Pure Project stand out, their partnership with Brewery Igniter, their "brewed locally, sourced globally" motto, and much more! Mat, as the face of branding, how do you make Pure Project stand out with 120+ breweries in San Diego? Why did you ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
The ProvenExperience program at Geisinger Health System is a novel approach to population health and patient engagement. The program's new mobile app actually allows patients to request a refund when they are unhappy with their patient care experience. Speaking with Dr. Jesse Pines, the Urgent Matters Director who is also a professor of emergen ...…
 
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The Population Research in Identity and Disparities for Equality, or PRIDE, study is the first longitudinal health care study of LGBT people, aimed at better understanding factors relating to health and disease in this population. Currently in its community listening phase, the PRIDE study is utilizing technology, including a smartphone app, to ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Healthy communication is an essential ingredient in any patient-provider relationship, but it is especially critical when delivering challenging or upsetting news. Today's guest, Dr. James Tulsky, understood the importance of healthy patient-provider communication and helped to develop OncoTalk, now VitalTalk, a series of courses that uses hand ...…
 
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San Diego BeerTalk Radio – A San Diego craft beer podcast
 
UPDATE! Pure Project has let us know that their license is approved and they can open their doors! Opening day will be January 30th! To keep up to date, sign up for their mailing list at www.purebrewing.org. (NSFW) Pure Project is a little different from most breweries in San Diego. They joined up with The […]…
 
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Urgent Matters
 
The Heart Hospital Baylor Plano created Code STEMI, an interprofessional team to expedite treatment to patients presenting with a STEMI, a type of heart attack, and improve door to balloon time. The Code STEMI team approach aims to provide continuity of care from arrival to discharge. Two members of the Baylor team, Kerstin Duncan, the Clinical ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
The importance of physician-patient communication cannot be understated. But what happens when the interaction is less than ideal, when the provider struggles to connect, or empathize, with the patient? Empathy is important in medicine—it has been linked with patient experience, better outcomes and decreased physician burnout. It’s even part of ...…
 
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Urgent Matters
 
Congratulations to winners of the 2015 Emergency Care Innovation of the Year Award, the Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center! Their Mobile Health Paramedic program focuses on patient needs in the community and works to keep patients in their home, rather than at unnecessary ED or clinic visits. Dr. David Schoenwetter of Geisinger discusses t ...…
 
With the limited number of toxicologists currently practicing in the United States, innovation is necessary to spread their knowledge to the greatest number of patients. The proliferation of telemedicine and the public availability of Google Glass spurred an innovative teletoxicology study to determine the acceptability and feasibility of using ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Continuity of care is important for provider-patient communication, trust and an understanding of patients outside of the moment they spend in the physicians office. However, primary care providers sometimes become overwhelmed and experience a burnout that leads to leaving clinical practice for a short while, or for good. And yet, little is kno ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Health care spending is an enormous expense for individuals and America alike, yet many physicians remain unaware of the cost involved with tests, procedures and prescriptions. The ACA includes new care models aimed at containing health care costs and it is important that resident and attending physicians have an understanding of cost in this n ...…
 
The potentially devestating consequences of adverse cardiac events translate to many patients who are seen urgently in the emergency department during an episode of chest pain. A recent study investigated the short-term risk of an adverse cardiac event for patients presenting in the ED with chest pain. The results showed that for patients with ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Donating and transplanting organs requires an alignment of many factors--first, a match, and then perhaps some inter-state travel or the ability of a living donor to take off time from work for the procedure and recovery. However, there are a limited number of organs available for a long list of deserving patients. State governments have tested ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Hospitalized patients experiencing delirium often go unrecognized, due to clinical symptoms that include lethargy and immobility--two common side effects of hospitalization and age. In this episode, Dr. Sharon Inouye, the Director of the Aging Brain Center at the Institute for Aging Research in Boston and a Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medi ...…
 
David Gillinson, Chief Data Scientist at StaffSked, talks to Dr. Jesse Pines, the Director of Urgent Matters and a Professor of Health Policy and Emergency Medicine at The George Washington University. StaffSked is trying to utilize new software and techniques for optimizing the various levels of staffing in emergency departments. ED utilizatio ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Transitional medicine is emerging as an important new addition to the healthcare industry. Decades ago, patients with conditions such as severe congenital urologic abnormalities, or pediatric cancers usually died before reaching adulthood. These patients therefore always saw pediatric specialists. With the rapid advances in treatment options th ...…
 
In the United States, everyone knows that if you call 911, someone will come help you. It's a great system, but anyone who has worked in it knows that not everyone who calls needs the level of emergency care it was intended for. So what should be done with patients who many would label as "abusing" the system? The city of Houston has taken a no ...…
 
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Did you know that nurses acquire musculoskeletal injuries at higher rates than construction workers? As the American nursing workforce ages, and patients grow heavier, moving patients continues to be a very dangerous activity for hospital staff. Hospitals and staff should all be concerned about the implications of serious muslculoskeletal injur ...…
 
Patients presenting in the emergency department with mental health issues can wait extremely long times for a psychiatric consult due to a lack of psychiatrists and overwhelming demand at some hospitals. Hospitals throughout North Carolina have teamed up with East Carolina University, to implement a telepsychiatry program whereby patients are s ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Mistakes happen frequently in the incredibly complex healthcare environment. But patients often don't know something went wrong. They also may have a difficult time finding details and information even when they do know something has occurred. Hospitals across the country have been realizing that a culture of hiding incidents from patients out ...…
 
Electronic Medical Records. They're still evolving and designers are working to improve the ease with which they integrate into a clinician's workflow rather than create extra hurdles. Dr. Carlo Reyes founded Health-E-Medrecord because he wanted to design a medical record system that was centered around the patient's need for provider collabora ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Jan Walker (RN, MBA,) is talking to Dr. Jesse Pines this week about OpenNotes. Jan is the Co-Director of Open Notes and a member of the research faculty at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and Harvard Medical School in Boston. OpenNotes is an initiative that promotes giving patients electronic access to their visit notes. Their studies have ...…
 
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Urgent Matters
 
Dr. Christopher Beach sits down to talk with Dr. Jesse Pines about his new program "Safer Admit". With Dr. Beach's new program, hospital physicians and emergency department staff can begin working to bridge the challenges of effective communication during a patient's hospital admission. This will reduce errors, improve efficiency, and increase ...…
 
This week on Urgent Matters, Dr. Jesse Pines is joined by Dev Culver and Eric Widen to discuss how Maine is reducing emergency department readmissions, and providing better care for patients. Dev Culver is the President and CEO of HealthInfoNet, which runs the state health information exchange in Maine. He has teamed up with Eric Widen, the Pre ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Dr Peter Ubel is interviewed by Dr Jesse Pines about his paper (written along with Dr David Asch) in the 2015 issue of HealthAffairs "Creating Value in Health by Understanding and Overcoming Resistance to De-Innovation". Innovation is a hot topic in healthcare. Everyone wants to come up with the latest and greatest tool for providing better car ...…
 
Millions of patients every year are released from the emergency department with instructions to get follow-up care with their primary care physician or a specialist. Studies repeatedly show however, that many patients never comply. With so much pressure to keep patients healthy and out of the ED, hospitals need a better solution. Dr Benji Jack ...…
 
For most patients, a trip to the emergency room is a stressful and unappealing experience. For LGBT patients, discussing intimate health information and personal details can add an additional layer of discomfort. Dr. Joel Moll and colleagues decided to research whether emergency medicine residents were being prepared to handle these issues. The ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Manmeet Kaur of City Health Works talks to Dr. Jesse Pines of The George Washington University Office for Clinical Practice Innovation about the difference that incorporating health coaches into the healthcare system can make. The GW Office for Clinical Practice Innovation Podcast Series is dedicated to promoting novel methods to organize and d ...…
 
Introducing clinical decision aid software into a hospital can be a daunting challenge. It can improve care, but also can make doctors miserable. How can clinical decision aids be more effectively integrated into the practices of emergency physicians? In this episode, Dr. Ali Raja of Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston discusses with Dr. Jes ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Dr. Elizabeth Cobbs is here this week to talk with Dr. Jesse Pines of the GW Office for Clinical Practice Innovation about her goals for the future of advanced care planning. Every patient has a different idea of how they would prefer to spend the end of their life and what medical treatments they are willing to endure. Yet providers are too of ...…
 
Jason Grady, the Northeast Georgia Regional STEMI System Coordinator, talks to Dr. Jesse Pines about how they improved their region's STEMI program. Through communication and education, EMS, ED, and Cath Lab improved their coordination, and the use of a surprisingly simple project management software called "SmartSheet" ensured that doctors had ...…
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Dr. Jesse Pines and Dr. Shantanu Agrawal discuss CMS Open Payments. Open Payments is intended to shine light on the relationships between clinicians and industry. Listen to their discussion of why this started, what it means for the healthcare industry, how physicians can get involved, and what patients should know. The Office for Clinical Prac ...…
 
Dr. Tom Scaletta of Edward Hospital in Naperville IL talks to Dr. Jesse Pines, the director of Urgent Matters, about the development and implementation of an automated system for contacting patients discharged from the emergency department.
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Dr Rebecca Smith-Bindman of UCSF talks to Dr Jesse Pines about the overuse of diagnostic imaging in current practice, how that is negatively impacting patients, and what hospitals can do about it. The GW Office for Clinical Practice Innovation podcast series, seeks to highlight the work of innovative leaders throughout healthcare. For more info ...…
 
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Urgent Matters
 
Dr Jesse Pines interviews Dr Thom Mayer of Inova Fairfax Hospital about their "Risk Free ED" program. Through this initiative, the hospital has reduced clinical variation, providing better medical care for patients as well as significantly reducing the hospital's financial risk due to litigation.
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Dr. Jesse Pines interviews Dr. Steven Larson of The University of Pennsylvania about what he has learned trying to provide healthcare to largely undocumented immigrant populations.
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Dr. Rushika Fernandopulle, CEO and Co-Founder of Iora Health discusses what makes Iora Health different from other primary care practices with Dr. Jesse Pines of The George Washington University. Their innovative approach to healthcare is patient centered and acheiving results.
 
Dr. Jesse Pines interviews Dr. Karen Sepucha of Massachusetts General Hospital's Health Decision Sciences Center about her work studying shared decision making between clinicians and patients and their development of patient decision aids.
 
Dr. Jesse Pines interviews Dr. Karin Rhodes about her studies of patient access to care.
 
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GW Center for Healthcare Innovation & Policy Research (CHIPR)
 
Dr. Jesse Pines of The George Washington University's Office for Clinical Practice Innovation interviews Dr. Peter Provonost about innovations in patient safety.
 
Dr. Danielle McCarthy and Dr. Jesse Pines discuss how providers communicate with patients about medications. File: Medication Communication.mp3
 
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Emergency Department Innovations
 
Dr. Danielle McCarthy and Dr. Jesse Pines discuss how providers communicate with patients about medications. File: Medication Communication.mp3
 
Dr. Eric Goralnick and Dr. Jesse Pines talk about emergency preparedness and his experiences on the front lines during the 2013 bombing at the Boston Marathon File: Eric Goralnick.mp3
 
Dr. Eric Goralnick and Dr. Jesse Pines talk about emergency preparedness and his experiences on the front lines during the 2013 bombing at the Boston Marathon File: Eric Goralnick.mp3
 
March 11, 2014 - In this Policy Prescriptions® edition of the podcast, Cedric Dark, MD MPH, Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Emergency Medicine Residency Program at Baylor College of Medicine, speaks with Jesse Pines, MD MBA FAAEM, Director of the Office of Clinical Practice Innovation at George Washington University. The discussion point ...…
 
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Urgent Matters
 
Dr. David Nash and Dr. Jesse Pines talk discuss population health File: David Nash Population Health.mp3
 
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Emergency Department Innovations
 
Dr. David Nash and Dr. Jesse Pines talk discuss population health File: David Nash Population Health.mp3
 
Dr. Wes Fields and Dr. Jesse Pines talk about the latest work of the Emergency Medicine Action Fund highlighting their new projects including a bibliography that serves as a road-map for acute care health policy researchers. File: fieldspodcastfullversion.mp3
 
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Emergency Department Innovations
 
Dr. Wes Fields and Dr. Jesse Pines talk about the latest work of the Emergency Medicine Action Fund highlighting their new projects including a bibliography that serves as a road-map for acute care health policy researchers. File: fieldspodcastfullversion.mp3
 
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