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Health Innovation Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast focusing on the next generation of healthcare innovators and movers-and-shakers who are disrupting the healthcare space. This podcast is all about increasing awareness of future health trends, accelerating technologies, and art and design perspectives. The podcast also provides a forum for elevating public discourse on ways healthcare can be more accessible, less costly, and more efficient. You'll hear about dynamic collaborations, b ...
 
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Aneel chats with Roger Lam, Director of Engineering, at MBX Systems about how AI is transforming the health care industry. MBX Systems is an OEM/ODM of embedded, edge and data center hardware for medical ISVs and OEMs. Lam leads a team of engineers who develop next-gen hardware platforms for medical devices and AI/machine learning applications, to …
 
Did you know that rheumatic diseases cost the U.S. healthcare system an estimated $128 billion annually? That fact forms the basis of a riveting conversation between Aneel and Dr. Andrew Concoff,. Executive Vice President and Chief Value Medical Officer at United Rheumatology. Concoff describes the unique challenges faced by rheumatologists in priv…
 
Aneel talks with Jim Elliot, Chief Marketing Officer at AdvancedMD, about why his company was uniquely positioned to assist independent practitioners with virtual patient care during the pandemic, especially in the mental health space. Since joining AdvancedMD in 2008, he has played a key role in growing the company 10-fold by promoting a customer-…
 
Aneel talks about digital therapeutics with Dr. Joe Rubinsztain CEO and co-founder of ChronWell, Inc., a digital therapeutics company that creates efficiencies and extends patient care beyond the walls of the physician’s office. By the time Chronwell launched in 2017, Rubinsztein, a seasoned entrepreneur and leader in healthcare information technol…
 
Aneel talks with Rachel Ford Hutman, CEO and Founder of Ford Hutman Media, a boutique communications firm that provides media relations, thought leadership, and executive visibility to life science companies. Ford Hutman was named a San Diego Business Journal Women of Influence and selected the PR Professional of the Year by PRSA. In health care an…
 
Aneel chats with James Schorey, Chief Technology Officer at Control Bionics, an assistive technology device company that enables people with communication challenges to participate more fully in daily life. The company’s augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) offerings helps people with a range of conditions to find their “voice.” Inspire…
 
Aneel chats with Dr. Gregory Vidal, a medical oncologist and clinical research leader for breast oncology at West Cancer Center & Research Institute and Aubrey Kelly, CEO of Rabble Health, a digital patient engagement company in Thousand Oaks, California. The guests discuss their Cancer Care Pathways Initiative, which recently conducted the first a…
 
Aneel chats with Rick Farnell, the President and CEO of Protegrity, who brings a successful track record as an entrepreneur, executive, and operator of multiple global technology companies. At the helm of Protegrity, Rick is spearheading the company’s efforts to scale its industry-leading data-security solutions into the future as companies rapidly…
 
Aneel chats with Chris Klomp, Executive Vice President, Acute & Payer, at PointClickCare. The company recently acquired Collective Medical, which is utilized by one-third of the hospitals in the United States. Basically, value-based care reward providers for outcomes, rather than volume of care, explains Klomp. But valued-based care is really about…
 
Aneel chats with Peter Durlach, Chief Strategy Officer at Nuance Communications about Ambient Clinical Intelligence (ACI). As the head of corporate strategy, Durlach is responsible for advancing Nuance’s overall strategic direction and portfolio in line with emerging trends across key vertical markets. Nuance has established a platform, Dragon Ambi…
 
Aneel chats with Jon D. Morrow, M.D., M.B.A. about the relatively new concept of synthetic data, which involves using information from real patients who in the aggregate mimic the original population. Morrow is Senior VP and Physician Executive at MDClone, where he leads medical affairs activities for the North American market. A medical informatic…
 
Aneel chats with Shannon Larkin Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at Harmony Healthcare IT, a data management firm that migrates and archives patient, employee, and business records for healthcare organizations. Larkin notes that a single patient generates close to 80 megabytes in imaging electronic medical record data, which is …
 
Aneel chats with Tracy Gibbs, the Chief Scientific Advisor at Vasayo. Gibbs is the inventor and patent holder of an enzyme delivery system, author of four books, and a member of the American Society of Pharmacognosy. Vasayo has many best-in-class product lines, including those in the anti-aging, multi-vitamin, and immunity building categories. The …
 
Aneel chats with Richard Linder, Chairman and CEO of Xenter. Linder is a serial bioscience entrepreneur and the founder and chairman emeritus of BioUtah, Utah’s independent life science association. He is the inventor of many medical devices in interventional cardiology, interventional radiology, neuro-interventional radiology, and orthopedic surge…
 
Aneel chats with Bradley Carlson, TouchPoint Medical’s Point of Care Group Leader. Carlson is an industrial designer by education and an intrapreneur by practice, who has more than three decades of experience designing, developing, marketing, selling, and supporting healthcare-focused products. “Happy caregivers equal happy patients,” says Carlson.…
 
Logan chats with Jeanne Hecht, CEO of Ora, who has been in the CRO industry for two decades, about the innovative projects and research Ora is working on. As an ophthalmic CRO, Ora is primarily focused on drug and device development. Ora partners with pharmaceutical, device, and biotech companies that conduct clinical trials with the goal of suppor…
 
Logan chats with Eran Ofir, co-founder and CEO of Somatix, about how remote patient monitoring has taken on incredible significance during the COVID-19 pandemic and the current health care environment. Somatix, which provides a wearable-enabled remote patient monitoring software platform for health care providers and caregivers, uses patented gestu…
 
Logan chats with Cheryl Lulias, President and Executive Director of Medical Home Network, based in Chicago, Illinois, about how MHN strives to improve care for their most vulnerable patients in Cook County utilizing social determinants. MHN focuses on how care is delivered to to Medicaid recipients and unites healthcare systems and community organi…
 
Logan chats with Scott Lien, CoFounder and CEO of GrandPad about the Grandpad’s tablet for super seniors and how effective it has been during the COVID -19 crisis. Super seniors, defined as anyone 75 or older, “have the most life experiences, have lived through so much and are the wisest amongst us as a group,” Lien notes. However, he adds, many of…
 
Logan chats with Kristi Ebong, Senior Vice President of Corporate Strategy at Orbita about the advancement of chatbots and COVID-19. Orbita has developed advanced technology that enables vitual health assistant to help health care and life science organizations better engage with patients, improve outcomes, and reduce costs. Orbita’s technology is …
 
Logan chats with Dr. Dave Levin, Co-Founder and Chief Medical Officer, about his company’s technology in the new normal created by COVID. With an extensive background in health technology followed by medical school and very prominent positions as a practicing physician in family medicine, Medical Director, and as CMO at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Le…
 
Logan chats with Terri Seppala, CEO and President of Telehealth Associates, about the use of telemedicine to deal with the COVID 19 pandemic as things are changing by the day — and hour. Seppala has been in the telemedicine space for many years and says that her company provides services to a wide variety of organizations. Providers, including spec…
 
Logan chats with Tammy Combs and Julie Dooling, directors of American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) Practice Excellence, about medical data and health information management during the COVID-19 pandemic. This data and health information help the medical field to recognize and boost patient outcomes, code effectively, and improve…
 
Logan chats with Senior Content Analyst and writer Lisa Hedges from Software Advice on the use of telemedicine to help deal with the pandemic. Many health care workers have had to quickly adapt to new technology that supports telemedicine, which has made it more accessible than ever before, according to Hedges. One major challenge for medical pract…
 
Logan chats with John Deutsch from Bridge Patient Portal on trends in patient engagement. They discuss how companies like Bridge Patient Portal are working to improve the patient experience by providing the tools and information they need both before and after their medical appointments. Logan and John also talk about developments in the industry a…
 
Logan chats with Karen Guzdzial from TouchPoint Medical on how their customer-advanced solutions are making healthcare organizations more efficient, enabling healthcare professionals to focus more on the patients. Karen explains that TouchPoint Medical, founded in 2016, has a broad portfolio of products, and their customer-driven mindset allows for…
 
Logan chats with Dr. Joel Diamond about the value of using genetic and genomic testing to make real-time diagnoses and treatment decisions and how these tests can positively affect the outcomes and treatment paths for a variety of medical conditions. Logan also talks with Ken Rubin of BPM + Health about how building a community comprised of differe…
 
On this 26th episode of Health Innovation Matters, we talk with Dan Western about Electronic Content Management. As a Fujitsu Consumer Products of America representative, Dan and Logan talk about scanning and digitizing documents and the defining work that Fujitsu is has done in the space. Scanners and digitization have changed the day-to-day aspec…
 
In this episode, Logan Plaster, Editor of Start Up Health, mixes the personal with business as he interviews Lisa Lavin, CEO of Omcare, a start up health company that turning heads and changing the everyday lives of seniors across America. Omcare, recently named “One of Nation’s Hottest Healthcare Startups in “Flyover Tech” by the New York Observer…
 
In this episode, Logan talks about the revolution in digital health with two experts Andrew Fish, Chief Strategy Officer and Zach Rothstein, Vice President for Technology & Regulatory Affairs at the Advanced Medical Technology Association. AdvaMed (advamed.org) advocates globally on behalf of its 400+ members for the highest ethical standards and p…
 
Logan chats with Daniel DeFabio and Bo Bigelow, co-founders of Disorder: The Rare Disease Film Festival and fathers of children with rare diseases. DeFabio and Bigelow discuss how they met each other; the importance of finding other patients with rare diseases; and the power of film and storytelling to advocate for and bring rare diseases to light.…
 
Logan chats with Paige Goodhew, who deals with product marketing at Redox, a scaleable, cloud-based platform that works with software vendors to break down barriers to health care integration. As a “self-professed health care nerd in an IT world,” Goodhew first became involved in EMR implementation at Seattle Children's Hospital. Her interest in he…
 
As NASA and the nation celebrate the 50thanniversary of the moon landing, Logan chats with Chuck Doarn about the impact of the space program on health care. Doarn currently serves as a special assistant to the NASA Chief Health and Medical Officer at NASA Headquarters in Washington, DC; co-chair of FedTel for the federal government; and governance …
 
Logan chats with Dennis Truong, Telemedicine/Mobility director and an assistant physician-in-chief for Kaiser Permanente’s Mid-Atlantic Region, about innovation in telemedicine and health care delivery. Truong, a trained ER physician, talks about how Kaiser’s Mid-Atlantic telemedicine program started without a budget and was built from the ground-u…
 
Logan Plaster chats with Brian Skow, M.D., about Avera’s digital hub in Sioux Falls, SD, which has 10 different health care services, including ICU, Pharmacy, Hospitalist, Senior Care, School Nurse, Virtual Consult, Avera Now (direct to consumer), Prison, Specialty Clinic, Indian Health Services, Behavioral Health and Emergency on call 24x7 anywher…
 
Our new host, Logan Plaster, chats with Timothy Peck, MD, co-founder and CEO of Call9 Inc, about the challenges he faced with his start-up company. (This episode is a cautionary tale of the roller-coast ride that almost all health care start-ups face at one time or another. Peck’s company recently shut down and is now figuring out how to rebrand wi…
 
Robins chats with Anita Watkins, Director for Strategic Innovations at Rex Health Ventures, the venture arm for the UNC Health Care system, and with Tom White, the CEO & Co-Founder of Phynd, one of Rex’s portfolio companies. Rex has invested in more than a dozen companies, many of them in the automation and data management space, says Watkins. Rex …
 
Robin chats with Jon Pearce, the co-founder and CEO of Zipnosis (from the Greek for “fast notice.”) Zipnosis licenses its virtual technology to providers and clinicians. Some day, Pearce says, telehealth will just be “health care.” Zipnosis helps enable clinicians to take advantage of “virtual” services and streamline health care and improve the cl…
 
Robin chats with Ardy Arianpour, CEO & Co-Founder of Seqster, a data-driven healthcare SaaS platform that seamlessly integrates into any payer, provider, or clinical research enterprise. Seqster is at the forefront of the movement to integrate baseline genetic data, including DNA, with patient electronic medical records. Seqster’s business model is…
 
Robin chats with Kent Dicks, the founder & CEO of Life365, Inc., about the digital health care revolution. Dicks has been in the forefront of the Internet of (Medical) Things, (IoT), and connected care solutions, in integrating the home and telehealth as important components of health care. Now, through mobile phones, advanced technology, and new r…
 
Robin chats with Clynt Taylor, CEO of Intervention Insights, about precision medicine in oncology. Taylor discusses what it was like to deal with his father’s diagnosis of cancer and the difficulties in finding the latest treatment options for his father’s particular subset of cancer. Intervention Insights has a platform includes lab reports and pa…
 
Robin chats with Yann Fleureau, CEO and co-founder Cardiologs about the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on health care innovation. With their comprehensive database on EKGs and the use of AI, Cardiologs has the capability of significantly improving accuracy and speed of EKG reading and cardiac diagnosis, no matter where a cardiologist may be…
 
Robin chats with Stephen Shaya, Chief Medical Officer and EVP of Corporate Development at J&B Medical. Shaya describes his riveting immigrant story, which starts with his parents coming from Iraq in 1966. His father worked four jobs while attending the University of Michigan. His father eventually founded J&B Medical Supply in 1966, which has now b…
 
Robin chats with Suzi Johnson, MPH, RN, Vice President of Sharp HospiceCare in San Diego, who won the 2019 Hearst Health Prize at the 19th Annual Population Health Summit in Philadelphia March 19. Sharp’s program provides expert palliative care directly in the patient’s home—prior to the patient having to go to the hospital for end-of-life care. Th…
 
Robin chats with cardiologist Peter Libby, Mallinckrodt Professor of Medicine at Harvard Medical School and Chief of Cardiovascular Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts, who has researched the role of inflammation as a cause of disease. According to Libby, inflammation consists of two key arms — innate immune response, …
 
Robin chats with David Pearce, executive vice president of innovation and research at Sanford Health, about the diagnosis and treatment of rare diseases. Technology is at the forefront in the treatment of rare disease with the advent of gene therapy, Pearce says. There is tremendous interest from Big Phama in rare diseases, Pearce points out, notin…
 
Robin talks with Naveen Jain, entrepreneur, philanthropist and founder of an impressive list of innovative companies that includes Moon Express, Intelius and Infospace. His newest company, Viome, provides bacteria analysis of the gut to uncover the source of digestive and other health problems. According to Jain, the gut microbiome is the key to ov…
 
Robin talks with Richard K. Burt, MD, chief of the Division of Immunotherapy and Autoimmune Diseases in the Department of Medicine at Northwestern University’s Feinberg School of Medicine, about the results of recently completed clinical trials that treated multiple sclerosis (MS) patients with stem cell transplants as an alternative to drugs. Burt…
 
Robin chats with Dr. David Nash, the Founding Dean and the Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor of Health Policy at the Jefferson College of Population Health in Philadelphia, about the intersection of population health and precision or personalized medicine. Nash, who helped create the first college of population health, says that population …
 
Robin chats with David Harshfield, medical director of the Arkansas Institute of Regenerative Medicine, chairman of the International Cellular Medicine Society IRB and member of the AAOM Board of Directors, about innovative regenerative medicine legislation in Arkansas that could potentially save millions of dollars. Harshfield first stressed the i…
 
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