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New episodes every other Wednesday. Co-hosted by Carrie Nixon, Esq. & Rebecca E. Gwilt, Esq. Key topics center around healthcare law, policy, innovation, startups & digital health. Carrie Nixon and Rebecca Gwilt are partners at Nixon Gwilt Law, a healthcare innovation law firm exclusively serving Providers, Digital Health Companies, and Life Science Businesses seeking to transform the way we receive and experience healthcare. Find out more at NixonGwiltLaw.com.
 
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In this episode, Carrie, Rebecca, and Zack discuss: Why Medication Assisted Treatment (MAT) is a proven treatment for Opioid Use Disorder (OUD) Why only 5% of clinicians are licensed to prescribe buprenorphine and how this drives traffic to the black market How telemedicine breaks down barriers and stigmas for clinicians and patients in the treatme…
 
In this episode, Carrie and Trish discuss: What the consequences are when women’s health is underfunded Why women’s health is underfunded How to drive innovation in women’s health What the emerging issues are in women’s health Key Takeaways: Innovation in women's health has been woefully underfunded and it results in compromised health outcomes and…
 
In this episode, Carrie, Rebecca, and Lee discuss: How fragmentation in the healthcare system severely impacts the effectiveness of care Why value-based care is essential to the optimization of home-based care What causes staffing shortages and how to address these issues Key Takeaways: There isn't a lot of coordination that readily happens between…
 
In this episode, Carrie, Rebecca, and Adam discuss: Why digital health startups need to calculate ROI What types of organizations to consider targeting as customers What range of ROI Adam sees digital health companies produce How to supercharge success by creating value pathways Key Takeaways: When you’re pitching to a CFO, they’re going to be look…
 
In this episode, Carrie and Blake discuss: What exactly is "deviceless remote patient monitoring"? Why did CareSignal choose to focus in the value-based care space as early as 2015 -- and how did they succeed there? What role do Social Determinants of Health play in value-based care models? Key Takeaways: Deviceless remote patient monitoring strike…
 
In this episode, Carrie and Rebecca discuss: What a minimum viable revenue model is What 5 questions they ask every new revenue model client Why healthcare business rules are different from every other industry Why determining a revenue model must include designing a compliant business arrangement What happens when your revenue model is noncomplian…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Rebecca talks with Bethany Corbin and Ashleigh Giovannini, two powerhouse attorneys at Nixon Gwilt Law. These national and international privacy experts highlight what healthcare innovators need to know about the Internet of Medical Things and the evolving privacy and security frameworks for digital health connec…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Carrie talks with American Telemedicine Association (ATA) Vice President of Public Policy Kyle Zebley about how upcoming laws and policies will impact the future of virtual care. Listen to Discover: What the significance of the new bill, H.R. 4040, that was recently passed by the US House of Representatives, is a…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Guest hosts Reema Taneja, Esq., and Kaitlyn O’Connor, Esq. of Nixon Gwilt Law sit in for a vacationing Carrie and Rebecca in this episode. These veterinary telehealth legal experts (and dog lovers!) talk to Mark Cushing, Founder and CEO of the Animal Policy Group, about the growing market for “TelePet,” which is …
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Co-host Carrie Nixon talks with Wellbe Founder and CEO James Dias about how to promote how to reduce (or even remove) burdens on providers through technology—which promotes provider buy-in of innovations and better patient results. Listen to this episode to discover: How automated patient care/guidance supports p…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Co-host Carrie Nixon chats with healthcare innovation attorney Casey Papp, an expert in the operational and legal nuances of providing virtual care management services within a health system. With McKinsey & Company predicting “up to $265 billion worth of care services for Medicare fee-for-service and Medicare Ad…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode: Cohost Rebecca Gwilt talks with Stix Cofounder Cynthia Plotch about women’s health—an especially timely conversation given the leaked Roe v. Wade decision. Be sure to take our survey (also linked below) to help shape the roundtable we’re hosting this summer with policy makers, advocacy groups, Femtech companies,…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode In this episode, Carrie Nixon talks with husband and wife team, Mark and Kristen Engelen, co-founders of RxLive, a digital health company that re-imagines the role of pharmacists through virtual consultations with patients of value-based care delivery organizations. Listen to discover: How pharmacists can play a …
 
In this episode, Nuru Mugambi interviews Dr. Ophelia Inez Weeks, Executive Director and Board Secretary, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (EJS) Presidential Center for Women and Development as they explore the role women in Africa play in building the economy. The EJS Center aims to amplify the voice of women and girls in all spheres of life by increasing the…
 
In this episode, Nuru Mugambi interviews Tabby Tsengiwe, General Manager of Public Affairs & Communication at Old Mutual Limited as they explore the role women in Africa play in building the economy. Old Mutual (www.oldmutual.com) is a sponsor of the 2022 Angaza Awards happening on 8th June 2022. In addition to sponsoring the awards, Old Mutual is …
 
In this episode, Ms Salome Mboya interviews Jacqueline Karasha, Head of Corporate Business, Sanlam Life Insurance Ltd. Kenya as they discuss: global and Pan-African trends in insurance what it takes to succeed in the insurance sector Jacqueline Karasha is a 2022 Top Woman to Watch in Banking and Finance by Angaza Awards. When Jacqueline Karasha joi…
 
In this episode, Ms Marita Obare interviews Eva Warigia, Managing Director, East Africa Venture Capital Association (EAVCA) as they discuss: democratizing investment as a financial inclusion priority role of financial literacy in growing Africa's capital markets Podcast Host: Ms. Marita Obare, Co-founder Ngazi, an on-transit advertising platform fo…
 
In this episode Leah Wamugu interviews Sharon Kinyanjui as they discuss: global and Pan-African trends in cross border payments her career in digital payments and what it takes to succeed as a regional business & technology leader Sharon Kinyanjui is the first woman to direct WorldRemit's operations across 70 countries, of which 42 countries are in…
 
Fleunt in Tax is a new show birthed out of a collaboration between Kenyan Wallstreet and Ushuru.co.ke. In this episode Eric Jackson speaks to John, a tax expert from Ushuru.co.ke as they break down: implications of the news Finance Bill 2022 how the new taxes will affect individuals and small businesses the various timelines before the bill becomes…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode In this episode, Rebecca Gwilt talks with Liz Powell from G2G Consulting. Liz has joined Rebecca to talk about a few things that digital health companies might not have on their radar, but which can be transformative for their success, such as raising non-dilutive funding and why it's important to have a policy/g…
 
In this episode, Ms Marita Obare interviews Rina Hicks as they discuss: democratizing investment as a financial inclusion priority the role of financial literacy in growing Africas capital markets what it takes to succeed as a woman in Investment Banking Rina Hicks was named a 2022 Top Woman to Watch in Banking and Finance by the Angaza Awards. Rin…
 
In this episode, Ms Nuru Mugambi interviews Gakii Mwongera, Group Head of Internet Banking, Equity Group Holdings as they discuss: global and Pan-African trends in cross border payments what it takes to succeed as a regional business & tehcnology leader Gakii Mwongera is a 2022 Top Woman to Watch in Banking and Finance by Angaza Awards. Since joini…
 
In this episode, Ms Marita Obare interviews Millicent Omukaga, Advisor to the AFDB President on Women Empowerment and Affirmative Finance as they discuss: Africa's untapped She Economy case studies of how financial sector (including AfDB programs) has helped unlock value for women on the continent learnings from her experience Dr. Millicent Omukaga…
 
In this episode, we sit with Safaricom CEO Peter Ndegwa to discuss the following sub-themes: 2022 full-year earnings Progress of Safaricom Ethiopia Network Partnership Deal with Ethio Telecom M-PESA in Ethiopia Views on M-PESA Hitting close to $1 Billion in Revenues, Separating it from Telco The future of Safaricom from a Mergers and Acquisitions p…
 
In this episode, Ms Marita Obare interviews Rahel Musyoki as they discuss: Pan-African trends in pay as you go health insurance recent innovations in health fintech what it takes to succeed in fintech space/what every fintech entrepreneur should know. Rahel Musyoki was named a 2022 Top Woman to Watch in Banking and Finance by the Angaza Awards. Rah…
 
In this episode, Nuru Mugambi interviews Njeri Jomo, General Manager - Retail Business Development, Britam Group as they explore the global and pan-africana trends in insurance and what it takes to succeed. Njeri Jomo was named a 2022 Top Woman to Watch in Banking and Finance by Angaza Awards. She is General Manager of Britam Group's retail and com…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode In this episode, Carrie Nixon talks with Lindsay Watson of Augment Therapy, a company which combines the best of augmented reality and telehealth to improve the delivery of pediatric physical therapy. Listen to discover: Why innovation and investing in pediatrics is often overlooked Why digital health tools are s…
 
In this episode, we sit with Marjorie Mayida, Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer, Old Mutual Investment Group Zimbabwe and one of the 2022 Top 10 Woman to Watch in Banking and Finance. The episode explores the following sub themes: Overview of Zimbabwe Economy Developments in Banking Sector Democratizing Investment as a financial inclus…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode In this episode, Rebecca talks to Omar Manejwala, MD, Chief Medical Officer of DarioHealth. He focuses on the impact of behavior on chronic diseases at scale. He is also one of the nation’s leading experts on addiction medicine, substance use disorders, behavioral health and mental illness. His clear explanations…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Rebecca talks to Michelle Davey, CEO of Wheel, the industry’s first model for delivering high-quality virtual care at scale by empowering clinicians and providing new efficiencies for healthcare companies. This engaging conversation covers: Where the idea for Wheel started What role virtual providers play in the …
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Carrie talks to Sal DeTrane, managing director of Empactful Capital, a venture capital firm focused on early and growth stage healthcare opportunities. This engaging conversation covers: How Empactful Capital’s investing model is different and why Sal believes it’s the best way to invest Why they selected value-b…
 
The third session of Kenya Banker's my chat with a bank CEO online event was hosted by Joseph Njuguna, CEO of Rafiki Microfinance Bank. Joseph Njuguna shares insights on how intellectual property can be used under the Moveable Property Registry to access credit. On the back of the rapid growth of the creative industry and ICT sector in Kenya, the n…
 
Peter Makau, the CEO of DIB Bank Kenya hosted the second session of my chat with a bank CEO online event by Kenya Bankers Association. Islamic finance was introduced in Kenya more than a decade ago following the introduction of Sharia-Compliant banking in the country. Since its inception the banking model has grown rapidly, making Kenya a leading r…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Carrie talks to Marija Butkovic, Founder and CEO of Women of Wearables, a global organization of women and allies in wearable tech, femtech, and healthtech. This engaging conversation covers: How companies are innovating specifically as it relates to Women’s Health What the landscape around funding female-led com…
 
Ronald Marambii CEO Bank of Africa hosted the first session of the quarterly "My chat with a Bank CEO" online events by the Kenya Bankers Association. In this episode, Ronald explores opportunities moveable assets present in facilitating further access to credit, particularly for SMEs. The CEO says that the MPSR sought to facilitate the use of the …
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Rebecca talks to Anna Lindow, CEO & Co-Founder of Brave Health, which is a virtual clinic on a mission to expand access to high-quality, affordable care for mental health and addiction. Prior to Brave Health, she was able to 4x the venture-backed tech education company General Assembly in just 3 years. And she's …
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Cohost Rebecca Gwilt elbowed her way this week through the New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Atlantic, and NPR to get an interview with Dr. Tom Insel, a national leader in mental health research, policy, and technology. (Don’t get between Rebecca and an insightful guest!) His hotly anticipated forthcom…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode In this longer episode Rebecca digs into the intersections of radical inclusion and health tech with The Darkest Horse cofounders Chanté Martínez Thurmond and Rada Yovovich. This conversation will expand your view of DEIA and how it relates to your company culture, your products, the organizations you sell into, …
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Edlitera, a data science and machine learning company, trains engineers and analysts in Python programming, data processing, data science and machine learning topics like NLP and computer vision. On today’s episode, CEO Claudia Virlanuta shares with Rebecca: What brought a Harvard Computer Science expert, ecommer…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Listen in as co-host Rebecca Gwilt chats with Circulo Health Founding Chief Medical Officer and Head of Mosaic Circle, Vik Bakru, MD, about how diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) helps Circulo avoid algorithm bias and worsening health inequities as they focus on their mission to be the future of Medicaid. In …
 
In today’s episode, co-host Carrie Nixon talks with VEDA Data Solutions co-founder and CEO Meghan Gaffney about the impact of “peripheral” healthcare innovations, those platforms and technologies which were not initially designed for healthcare. Listen to discover: How a political entrepreneur and an astrophysicist saw an opportunity for healthcare…
 
Last week, Centum released fair results. However, investors are still wary of Kenya's real estate sector especially after COVID-19 ravaged footfall in malls. KCB called off the acquisition of Tanzania's BancABC, citing regulatory headwinds and Tesla's valuation and volatility in US markets is getting investors concerned. Locally, the NASI fell by 2…
 
If you’re a DCT platform founder, investor, or agency wanting to support this growing market, you won’t want to miss this conversation with the person who knows more about setting up and managing DCTs than virtually anyone on the planet. Today’s guest is Laura Podolsky, Esq., founding General Counsel of Science37, a startup with a valuation of $1.0…
 
Last week, Markets were shaken following the discovery of Omnicron by South African Scientists, evident in Dow's Dip by 800 bp on Friday, one of the highest since the pandemic began. The Dow dipped by 2.01% for the week, whereas the Nasdaq and the S&P 500 fell by 3.5% and 2.2% respectively. Locally, the NASI shed 3.66 basis points settling at 164.7…
 
In this episode, we discuss the partnership between Kenya Airways and South Africa Airlines, and what it means for both parties, share investor concerns on Kengen, and touch on Uber eats venture into creating and curing munchies. Listen to this episode to understand why the KQ/SAA partnership might not fly, hear KenGen response to the Auditor's qua…
 
In this episode, we talk to Jan and Michiel from Etherisc on the use case of blockchain in agricultural insurance. We discuss the use cases and benefits and use cases of parametric insurance and smart contracts in the agricultural insurance in East Africa such as bridging affordability and speeding payouts. Listen to this podcast to learn how param…
 
Last week, market indices were on the red, KCB, Cooperative Bank, and Alibaba reported their earnings and investors on the NSE held their breath for November 22, the debut of day trading at the NSE. Tune in to catch up on the debut of Day trading at the NSE, what ailed the markets last week, and why Alibaba missed analysts' revenue expectations. Bi…
 
In this episode, we talk to Pramod Bagalwadi, CEO DHL Global Forwarding for Sub Saharan Africa on how the African Free Continental Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) will boost intra African trade. We break down how receptive national borders under the AfCFTA could benefit African MSMEs through freer movement of people, goods, and resources, allowing them to…
 
What you’ll get out of this episode Why Headspace and Ginger merged into Headspace Health (and how that partnership came to be) Why Russ ventured into the digital health space after success in more traditional tech startups like Bizo (acquired by LinkedIn) What Headspace Health is doing to improve adolescent mental health—and how it impacts society…
 
In this podcast, we talk to Mutomboi Mundia, Director, Market Supervision and Development at the SEC in Zambia on the role of equality and gender representation in developing sustainable African capital markets, in the case of Zambia. Join us as we tackle issues that are key to boosting both participation and representation of women in African capi…
 
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