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Exploring the current events, critical issues, challenges, and trends in healthcare, with a focus on achieving the Quadruple Aim: enhancing patient experience, improving population health, reducing costs, and improving the work life of health care providers and staff. Featuring interviews with leading experts on healthcare operations, leadership, clinical protocols, and policies, so that we can gain valuable Healthcare Insights.
 
Vital Insights is a podcast from EarlySense and is designed to discuss the ever-evolving changing dynamics within health and digital health technology with thought leaders – and how those changes are helping providers and clinicians transform the way we care for patients, now and in the future.
 
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The Vital Insights podcast crew regularly sits down with internal experts at EarlySense for what we call “Fast Takes” – quick conversations with people who are in the know. From clinical architects to technology engineers to industry analysts – they have their finger on the pulse of everything that’s happening at the very busy intersection of healt…
 
The implementation of remote patient monitoring solutions has consistently had a prominent sticking point impeding success: and that was in the translation of patient data that were collected by the patient and providing them to their care provider. Making that process seamless was core to our next guest’s solution. Sid Kandan joins us today, as co…
 
Genetic Testing – Leveraging Results to Identify Patients for New Therapies Today’s guest is Danielle Bonadies, a master’s trained genetic counselor and the Director of Genetics for My Gene Counsel. Danielle co-authored a poster presentation at the annual conference of the National Society of Genetic Counselors in September. The study highlighted t…
 
Though remote patient monitoring, telemedicine and telehealth have been with us for more than two decades, the healthcare industry hasn’t been able to embrace it – despite the almost ubiquitous understanding that it’s a pretty good idea. One of the primary reasons for the slow movement forward? Reimbursement. Our next guest is an industry journalis…
 
Genetic Testing – Managing Updates to Medical Management and Risk Profiling Today’s guest is Danielle Bonadies, a master’s trained genetic counselor and the Director of Genetics for My Gene Counsel. Danielle co-authored a poster presentation at the annual conference of the National Society of Genetic Counselors in September. The study highlighted t…
 
The development and implementation of remote patient monitoring solutions into healthcare spaces has been a long and winding road. Today's guest has been in the front seat for most of that historical journey – and can probably attest to more than her fair share of the bumps along the way. But with a bevy of new support over the last decade and a ha…
 
The Vital Insights podcast crew regularly sits down with internal experts at EarlySense for what we call “Fast Takes” – quick conversations with people who are in the know. From clinical architects to technology engineers to industry analysts – they have their finger on the pulse of everything that’s happening at the very busy intersection of healt…
 
The Vital Insights podcast crew regularly sits down with internal experts at EarlySense for what we call “Fast Takes” – quick conversations with people who are in the know. From clinical architects to technology engineers to industry analysts – they have their finger on the pulse of everything that’s happening at the very busy intersection of healt…
 
The Vital Insights podcast crew regularly sits down with internal experts at EarlySense for what we call “Fast Takes” – quick conversations with people who are in the know. From clinical architects to technology engineers to industry analysts – they have their finger on the pulse of everything that’s happening at the very busy intersection of healt…
 
The Vital Insights podcast crew regularly sits down with internal experts at EarlySense for what we call “Fast Takes” – quick conversations with people who are in the know. From clinical architects to technology engineers to industry analysts – they have their finger on the pulse of everything that’s happening at the very busy intersection of healt…
 
The Vital Insights podcast crew regularly sits down with internal experts at EarlySense for what we call “Fast Takes” – quick conversations with people who are in the know. From clinical architects to technology engineers to industry analysts – they have their finger on the pulse of everything that’s happening at the very busy intersection of healt…
 
Melissa Childress, COO, Seidman Cancer Center - People & Process Driven Innovation In this episode of TKG’s Healthcare Insights, we will be highlighting the findings from our Oncology Thought Leaders meeting discussion on People and Process Driven Innovations coming out of the COVID pandemic, and exploring some of these issues in a little more deta…
 
The name AT&T has been synonymous with telephone communications, with the company’s history going all the way back to Alexander Graham Bell. But after more than a century of business evolution, the company now provides the infrastructure for some of the largest business industries around the world. Including healthcare. Our guest today is Joe Dryga…
 
PART 2- Understanding the Complexities U.S. Drug Price Contracting There has been a ton of talk about the need for “transparent pricing,” as well as controlling the cost of drugs in the US. There seems to be a lot of finger pointing going on and it often looks like the providers and the manufacturers are taking a lot of the heat…!? Our special gues…
 
Our two guests on this episode of Vital Insights join us from HealtheMed, an organization dedicated to improving the lives of the Medicaid participants living isolated at home in the community. HealtheMed’s Clinic@Home telemedicine platform drives improved care outcomes, and we welcome our two guests today – Ron Mendelbaum and Shannon Holly-Smith –…
 
In the world of remote, or virtual, care, there’s one thing that’s of huge importance, and that’s the ability of healthcare providers to rely on the data they’re receiving as being accurate. If the data is inaccurate, the whole foundation falls apart. Today's episode talks about how manufacturers can ensure their data represents an accurate picture…
 
The Vital Insights podcast crew regularly sits down with internal experts at EarlySense for what we call “Fast Takes” – quick conversations with people who are in the know. From clinical architects to technology engineers to industry analysts – they have their finger on the pulse of everything that’s happening at the very busy intersection of healt…
 
PART 1 - Understanding the Complexities of US Drug Price Contracting There has been a ton of talk about the need for “transparent pricing,” as well as controlling the cost of drugs in the US. There seems to be a lot of finger pointing going on and it often looks like the providers and the manufacturers are taking a lot of the heat…!? Our special gu…
 
Part 2 - Technology Driven Innovations in Cancer Care; Amy Porter-Tacoronte, Duke Health In this episode of TKG’s Healthcare Insights, we continue our discussion, highlighting the findings from our Oncology Thought Leaders meeting discussion on Technology Driven Innovations coming out of the COVID pandemic, and exploring some of these issues in a l…
 
Part 1 - Technology Driven Innovations in Cancer Care; Amy Porter-Tacoronte, Duke Health In this episode of TKG’s Healthcare Insights, we highlight the findings from our Oncology Thought Leaders meeting discussion on Technology Driven Innovations coming out of the COVID pandemic, and exploring some of these issues in a little more detail. Our speci…
 
Advancing Patient-Centered Care – Part 2 Each summer, The Kinetix Group brings in several student interns, to explore the critical issues in healthcare, and learn alongside the TKG team. In this episode of TKG’s Healthcare Insights, we will be highlighting the findings from three of our summer intern’s research projects, focused on “Adopting Patien…
 
Advancing Patient-Centered Care – Part 1 Each summer, The Kinetix Group brings in several student interns, to explore the critical issues in healthcare, and learn alongside the TKG team. In this episode of TKG’s Healthcare Insights, we will be highlighting the findings from three of our summer intern’s research projects, focused on “Adopting Patien…
 
Oncology Thought Leaders Meeting Debrief – PART 3 A few weeks ago, we hosted our quarterly meeting of the Oncology Thought Leaders network, a part of TKG’s Networks of Excellence, where we discussed three critical issues in cancer center administration and care delivery. This is part 3 of a 3 Part discussion with our good friend, colleague, and Tho…
 
Oncology Thought Leaders Meeting Debrief – PART 2 A few weeks ago, we hosted our quarterly meeting of the Oncology Thought Leaders network, a part of TKG’s Networks of Excellence, where we discussed three critical issues in cancer center administration and care delivery. This is part 2 of a 3 Part discussion with our good friend, colleague, and Tho…
 
On this episode of our podcast, we’re talking with the WV Healthcare Association’s Pam Meador about the impact of COVID-19 vaccinations in the long-term care setting. Pam serves as the Association’s Director of Regulatory Services. In her role as Director of Regulatory Service, Pam’s work focuses heavily on policy and survey review, as well as help…
 
On this episode of our podcast, we’re talking with patient representative Timmy Nelson about patient and family engagement related to COVID-19 vaccinations from the patient perspective and how it relates to his work as a patient representative. Timmy is a retired lobbyist, a former dialysis patient, and a kidney transplant recipient. He has been co…
 
On this episode of our podcast, we’re talking with patient representative Timmy Nelson about COVID-19 vaccine access and advocacy from the patient perspective and how it relates to his work as a patient representative. Timmy is a retired lobbyist, a former dialysis patient, and a kidney transplant recipient. He has been committed to supporting indi…
 
In this episode, we’re talking with patient representative Timmy Nelson about COVID-19 vaccine confidence from the patient perspective and how it relates to his work as a patient representative. Timmy is a retired lobbyist, a former dialysis patient, and a kidney transplant recipient. He has been committed to supporting individuals enduring the cha…
 
On this episode, we’re talking with Dr. Lisa Costello about COVID-19 vaccinations and vaccine confidence. Dr. Costello is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatrics at West Virginia University (WVU) in Morgantown, WV and a Pediatric Hospitalist at WVU Medicine Children’s Hospital. Dr. Costello currently serves as the president of the We…
 
Oncology Thought Leaders Meeting Debrief – PART 1 A few weeks ago, we hosted our quarterly meeting of the Oncology Thought Leaders network, a part of TKG’s Networks of Excellence, where we discussed three critical issues in cancer center administration and care delivery. In this episode of TKG’s Healthcare Insights, we highlight the findings from o…
 
In this podcast, host Jill Fellure, Assistant Project Coordinator at Quality Insights, talks with Kim Chaundry, Senior Director for Pennsylvania’s Keystone Health Information Exchange (KeyHIE), to provide a deeper look at what KeyHIE is, the value it brings to patients and the Pennsylvania health care landscape, and the current initiatives they are…
 
In this episode, Drs. Paul Offit and Margaret Trexler Hessen discuss what's been learned since the COVID-19 vaccine trials and the wider rollout of the vaccines. Dr. Offit is the Maurice R. Hilleman Chair of Vaccinology and Professor of Pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He is also the Director of the V…
 
In this podcast, Quality Insights Practice Transformation Specialists Joe Pinto and Danielle Nugent talk about social determinants of health (SDOH) - what it is, identifying the various components, how health care providers can overcome the barriers to SDOH, and some strategies for using the PRAPARE Tool and other tools to address SDOH.…
 
This is the first of 3 podcasts addressing the concerns around aerosol delivery and the most recent guidance in the setting of COVID-19. These are industry podcasts sponsored by Aerogen Ltd. This first podcast explores the initial response to aerosol therapy during the COVID-19 pandemic.AARC による
 
Supporting Precision Medicine with Genetic Testing PART 2: Exploring the Gaps in Patient Care In this episode, our guest, Meagan Farmer, a Master’s Trained Genetic Counselor, discusses several key gaps in patient care, including how well patients understand what they are consenting to when getting a test, the need for long term review of changes in…
 
In this second half of a two-part conversation, Dr. MJ Erickson-Hogue speaks with Lizzie Pickering about what clinicians and healthcare workers can do to care for themselves and colleagues during times of grief. Lizzie is a grief investigator. She's spent the last 20 years since her son Harry died, investigating her grief and learning how to naviga…
 
Supporting Precision Medicine with Genetic Testing PART 1: Understanding the Complexities of Genetic Testing In this episode, we take a look at the challenges of managing complex cancer diagnoses and treatments with the help of genetic and genomic testing. Meagan Farmer is a Master's trained Genetic Counselor and provides an overview of the differe…
 
This episode is part one of a two-part discussion about grief. Divorce, career change, loss of a child or parent, or loss of a colleague are all experiences that can lead to grief. People experience grief differently, and it can be particularly challenging for people working in healthcare. Lizzie Pickering is a grief investigator. Lizzie's work is …
 
Cardio-Oncology: Addressing Cardio-Toxicities from Cancer Treatment Cancer treatments have improved significantly over the last 40 years, with much improved outcomes for 5-year survival. In 1975, a cancer diagnosis came with a projected overall 5-year survival rate of less than a 50%. Today, the overall five-year survival rate is close to 70%, and …
 
In today's episode of the Industry Insights, we're talking with Vapotherm about their work to enhance patient resources as well as how they are looking toward the future. We'll also discuss the role Vapotherm served in supporting the respiratory therapy community during the COVID-19 pandemic. Links HGE Health Vapotherm Vapotherm Donates to AARC COV…
 
Part 2 of 3 - A Look at the Literature In today's episode, we continue a 3 part series, exploring how increasing financial toxicity in cancer care is impacting patients’ adherence to self-administered oral medications. Part 2 explores some of the literature that describes the financial impact of a cancer diagnosis on an individual and their family.…
 
Part 1 of 3 - The Burden of Treatment In today's episode, we begin a 3 part series, exploring how increasing financial toxicity in cancer care is impacting patients’ adherence to self-administered oral medications. Part one defines the term Financial Toxicity and describes the "Total Burden of Treatment" as first reported by Carl May. A transcript …
 
Part 1 - Dr. Marty Heslin talks about the New Normal for cancer care Dr. Marty Heslin is the new Cancer Center Director for the University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute in Mobile, Alabama. He is a Surgical Oncologist, and has spent the last 25 years at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System, where he most recently served…
 
Part 2 - Dr. Marty Heslin talks about the New Normal for cancer care Dr. Marty Heslin is the new Cancer Center Director for the University of South Alabama Mitchell Cancer Institute in Mobile, Alabama. He is a Surgical Oncologist, and has spent the last 25 years at the University of Alabama at Birmingham Health System, where he most recently served…
 
Listen to get some great highlights about the 2020 Million Hearts® Hypertension Control Challenge. You'll also get details about the blood pressure control strategies Delaware Primary Care, LLC employed to make hypertension control the goal for its patients, which ultimately led to this practice being recognized as a 2020 Million Hearts® Hypertensi…
 
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