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Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
Tech Tonics, the Podcast, is a twice-monthly program focused on the people and passion at the intersection of technology and health. Hosted by Lisa Suennen and David Shaywitz (the co-authors of “Tech Tonics: Can Passionate Entrepreneurs Heal Healthcare With Technology?”) the show draws on their experience in business, medicine, and health-IT. The Tech Tonics podcast seeks to bring the people in the digital health field to life and, ideally, elevate humanism in a healthcare world captivated b ...
 
The American Heart Association and the American Diabetes Association are excited to announce a new podcast series for healthcare professionals. Know Diabetes by Heart™ Professional Education Podcast Series focuses on the link between cardiovascular disease (CVD) and type 2 diabetes (T2D). The series will consist of relevant cutting-edge topics such as up-to-date standards of care, guidelines and their implications for T2D and CVD, and approaches to shared decision making—among others. The Am ...
 
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Stewart Gandolf, MBA Stewart Gandolf, is Chief Executive Officer of Healthcare Success, one of the nation’s leading healthcare and digital marketing agencies. Over the past 20 years, Stewart has marketed and consulted for over 1,000 healthcare clients, ranging from practices and hospitals to multi-billion dollar corporations. A frequent speaker, St…
 
Ken Mandl has a gift for listening to other people, whether they’re mentors offering the advice that shaped his career in pediatrics and informatics at Boston’s Children Hospital and Harvard Medical School, or helping physicians and patients learn from each other by making it easier for them to share information. He’s a pioneering leader of a long-…
 
Karthik Ganesh is the CEO at EmpiRx Health, the industry’s only value-based PBM, with a clinically- focused and tech-enabled approach to bending the Rx cost curve. Prior to EmpiRx Health, Karthik was the founding operations leader of CareAllies. Karthik is a senior health care executive with a solid track record of comprehensively scaling, transfor…
 
Stefan Behrens the CEO and co-founder of GYANT. GYANT creates digital assistant for healthcare – the software helps triage, navigate, and inform patients along the continuum of care. Prior to GYANT, Stefan has had great success as an entrepreneur. As Co-Founder and COO of Invincible Brands, he oversaw the launch and development of two lifestyle bra…
 
Twila Brase is President and Co-Founder of Citizens’ Council for Health Freedom (CCHF), a national patient-centered nonprofit established 25 years ago in Minnesota to support health care choices, individualized patient care and medical and genetic privacy. She is author of the eight-time award-winning book Big Brother in the Exam Room: The Dangerou…
 
John Groetelaars learned to work with his hands on his family’s vegetable farm, but he realized early that he was more interested in using those hands to build motorcycles and mechanical devices. He followed his inclination first by helping manufacture engines and axles after earning his engineering degree through the GM Institute; he later transfe…
 
Ameet Wattamwar, PharmD, is the Director of Specialty Pharmacy for the NYU Langone Hospitals System. Prior to this role, he was Vice President of Client Strategies for PHS, AmerisourceBergen’s health system facing consulting arm where he specialized in specialty & ambulatory pharmacy development, 340b optimization, and other pharmacy centric cost s…
 
Brian Paradis is a senior partner with CSuite Solutions, a national strategic advisory firm. CSuite Solutions is led by former healthcare industry CEOs focused on the transition and practical strategies to move healthcare industry from “volume to value.” Previously, Paradis was president of Florida Hospital’s Central Region, a $4billion enterprise …
 
Quick Take Nearly 100,000 children in the United States tested positive for the coronavirus in July. Pfizer has entered into an agreement with Gilead Sciences to manufacture remdesivir. Larry Kudlow struggled to explain Trump’s executive orders during an interview with CNN. Upwards of 20 to 50 percent of people may already have T cells that recogni…
 
Quick Take Trump signed four executive actions on coronavirus relief including $400/week jobless payments. America surpassed 5 million coronavirus cases with the death toll hovering around 1,000 deaths a day. Two parents sued a school board in Ohio demanding for in-person class instruction. A CDC report shows that hundreds of children were admitted…
 
Quick Take Republicans rejected a Democratic offer to agree to a $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus deal. The Labor Department reported that 1.8 million jobs were added to the economy in July. The State Department lifted its level four travel “do not travel” international advisory. NY Governor Andrew Cuomo announced schools across his state can reope…
 
With a knack for engineering and a passion for patients, Andrew Trister career has taken this Jersey boy from radiation oncology to Apple to his current role at the Gates Foundation, where he’s spearheading their efforts to leverage technology to improve the health of people around the world. Andrew – like E Street drummer Max Weinberg — grew up in…
 
Quick Take Negotiations continue over a second stimulus package with less than 24 hours to strike a deal. Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine tested positive for coronavirus. Trump signed an executive order requiring the government to purchase medical supplies from American factories. Experts suggest a new quantity-over-quality antigen testing strategy for faste…
 
Neil Meltzer, President and CEO of LifeBridge Health since 2013. Meltzer joined Sinai Hospital of Baltimore as Vice President of Operations in 1988, and a decade later became Sinai’s President and Chief Operating Officer. Meltzer has a background in public health and brings a community-focused approach to every health care decision. He serves on th…
 
Quick Take US Defense Department officials say the Beirut explosion was not an attack. New York City sets up quarantine checkpoints at major bridge and tunnel crossings. Johnson & Johnson strikes a $1 billion deal to produce up to 100 million doses of its vaccine. The 2020 Democratic National Convention will now be entirely virtual. Newsletter: htt…
 
Quick Take Tropical Storm Isaias is making its way up the East Coast with wind gusts of up to 70mph. Negotiators continue on Capitol Hill to over resoluting a compromise for a coronavirus relief package. Six governors have partnered up to buy 3 million coronavirus antigen tests. NYC health commissioner resigns over clash with Mayor Bill de Blasio’s…
 
Quick Take Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance says he is justified in demanding Trump's tax returns. Dr. Deborah Birx warns that COVID-19 is extraordinarily widespread. New Jersey’s rate of virus transmission rose from 0.87 in June to 1.48 in July. An estimated 5.4 million American workers lost health coverage because of job losses. Newsletter…
 
Quick Take President Donald Trump says he plans to ban Chinese-owned video app TikTok from the U.S. The Washington State Department of Agriculture announced that it trapped its first murder hornet. A student tested positive for coronavirus just hours into the first day of school in Indiana. Serum Institute announced a plan to make hundreds of milli…
 
Quick Take Florida is bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Isaias from Saturday afternoon through Sunday. NYC plans to reopen schools in September as long as the city’s positivity rate remains below 3%. California is now the first state in the nation to have reached 500,000 total coronavirus cases. $600 enhanced jobless payments have expired for ov…
 
Quick Take French drugmaker Sanofi secures a $2.1 billion deal with the United States government. Dr. Anthony Fauci gets pressed on protests by Ohio congressman Jim Jordan, 17-year-old Graham Ivan Clark is arrested for his alleged involvement in a massive Twitter hack. The United States could see up to a half million fewer births in 2021. Newslette…
 
Dr. David S. Hong is deputy chair of Investigational Cancer Therapeutics at The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center. He also serves as associate vice president for Clinical Research and clinical medical director of the Clinical Center for Targeted Therapy. Dr. Hong received a bachelor’s degree in biology from Yale University and a medical…
 
Quick Take GDP shrank at an annual rate of 32.9% in the second quarter. Herman Cain, a former Republican presidential nominee, has died from COVID-19. Outbreaks have swept through at least three Alaska fish-processing facilities in recent weeks. An effort to extend enhanced unemployment benefits failed after Democrats blocked a bid to slash payment…
 
Quick Take Texas Representative Louie Gohmert tested positive for the coronavirus ahead of meeting with Trump. Trump suggested the administration will push for a narrower aid package with direct payments. Defense Secretary Mark Esper announced the United States will pull 11,900 troops out of Germany. WHO says there is no evidence that COVID-19 will…
 
Quick Take Infections trend upward in 39 states as the United States surpasses 4 million confirmed cases. The White House and Senate Republicans neared an agreement on a new economic rescue proposal. 1.4 million Americans filed for unemployment last week as $600 payments are set to expire. A new study shows that hydroxychloroquine did not improve t…
 
Bob Roth founded Cypress with his family in 1994 and has been at the helm as Managing Partner since December 2003. Experienced in consumer products, healthcare and software since 1984, Bob is considered an innovator of technologies used to enhance communication and effectively support customers and peers in the health and home care industries. Bob …
 
Listen to members of the writing group for the new AHA statement on the clinical management of stable coronary artery disease in patients with T2D. Dr. Suzanne Arnold, Chair, and fellow writing group members, Dr. Prakash Deedwania and Dr. Mikhail Kosiborod will review highlights from the statement, including recent clinical trials which uncovered s…
 
David Radley David Radley is a senior scientist for The Commonwealth Fund’s Tracking Health System Performance program. Dr. Radley and his team develop national, state, and substate regional analyses on health care system performance and related insurance and care system market structure analyses. He is also a senior study director at Westat, a res…
 
Arnaub Chatterjee comes from a long line of physicians, and in his youth, assumed he’d follow the family tradition. At college at the University of Michigan, he pursued a well-traveled path towards medicine, graduating with a degree in cell and molecular biology. But then his heart wandered, and ultimately he found himself having a difficult conver…
 
Dr. Allen Weiss graduated from Columbia University’s College of Physicians and Surgeons and is board certified in Rheumatology, Internal Medicine, and Geriatrics. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American College of Rheumatology. In 2017, Dr. Weiss became an Assistant Professor of Medicine at the Mayo Clinic School of Me…
 
Quick Take The American Academy of Pediatrics calls for students to be physically present in school. The WHO raises concerns over America’s purchase of nearly all global supply of remdesivir. California and NYC order closure of indoor dining as daily coronavirus cases reach 50,000. Out of state healthcare reinforcements are being brought in to assi…
 
Quick Take The Senate extended the application period for the Paycheck Protection Program. Several states across the Midwest are seeing a resurgence in coronavirus cases. European nations have now reopened their borders to nonessential travelers from a list of countries. Airbus has announced that it will cut nearly 15,000 jobs across its global wor…
 
Quick Take Pandemic measures are extended in Tennessee, Florida, Arizona, and California. California reports a near doubling in coronavirus cases over the past week. The WHO will investigate the original source of the virus in Wuhan, Chan. NYC cuts the NYPD’s budget by $1 billion and cancels the planned hiring of 1,163 police officers. Newsletter: …
 
Quick Take Outbreaks are prompting from restaurants and bars as indoor dining restrictions are lifted. Vice President Mike Pence urged the public to wear masks during a visit to Texas. Governors criticize the Trump Administration for deferring pandemic responsibility to states. The rate of positive coronavirus cases in Arizona climbs above 20 perce…
 
Quick Take Miami prepares to close beaches from July 3rd to the 7th amid record breaking case counts. New CDC data suggests 10 times higher case counts than reported in some parts of the county. A federal judge ordered the release of migrant children held in family detention centers. 43 percent of coronavirus deaths in the U.S. are linked to nursin…
 
Quick Take Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced he does not intend to move to the next phase of reopening. Texas, Gov. Greg Abbott reversed reopening measures, ordering all bars to close. The S&P 500 was down about 2 percent as news broke about re-imposed restrictions. Dr. Fauci warned that coronavirus outbreaks largely in the South and West could e…
 
Scott Hylla, Director; Health Systems Scott Hylla is the Director of Health Systems for Sunovion Pharmaceuticals Inc. He has served in various roles spanning a 28 year career in the pharmaceutical industry, most recently in leading the Sunovion Health Systems team in the development and execution of collaborative strategies in the transformational …
 
Quick Take Texas pauses its reopening process and moves to free up hospital space for virus patients. NYC is on track to enter Phase 3 of the state’s reopening plan on July 6. The government reported that over 1 million stimulus checks, worth $1.4 billion, were sent to dead people. Disneyland cancels its plan to reopen California theme parks on Jul…
 
People with type 2 diabetes and chronic kidney disease are at three times higher risk of dying from a cardiovascular event. According to the National Kidney Foundation, the two main causes of chronic kidney disease are diabetes and high blood pressure. These two conditions were the primary diagnosis in 75% of kidney failure cases between 2015-2017.…
 
Quick Take California Gov. Gavin Newsom said that the state recorded more than 7,000 new cases today. Federal funding for 13 COVID-19 testing sites is set to end on June 30th. The GOP Justice Act was blocked by Senate Democrats, calling for more stringent police reform. Caesars Entertainment is now requiring everyone to wear masks while indoor at i…
 
Quick Take The International Monetary Fund (IMF) forecasts that the global economy will shrink 4.9 percent this year. More than 35,000 new coronavirus cases were reported across the country yesterday. New York, New Jersey and Connecticut will begin requiring certain out-of-state travelers to quarantine. The S&P 500 fell more than 2 percent largely …
 
Quick Take Dr. Anthony Fauci told House lawmakers that the nation is experiencing a “disturbing surge” of coronavirus infection. Arizona reported a record 3,591 new cases and 42 deaths. President Trump has signed an executive order that suspends the issuance of new work visas. Steven Mnuchin said that he could foresee another economic stimulus pack…
 
Madeline Bell is one of those people who decides what they want and does what it takes to make it happen. She grew up wanting to be a nurse, wanting to work with children and ultimately deciding she wanted to lead. She has achieved all three of these things and so much more. Today Madeline is one of America’s few female hospital CEO’s, leading Chil…
 
Quick Take AMC Theaters reversed its stance on mask wearing in cinemas. South Carolina reported a new record high of 990 new coronavirus cases on Thursday. The Fed works to create more coin supply as the pandemic disrupted circulation. Apple temporarily closed 11 retail stores amid a surge in the number of coronavirus cases. Newsletter: https://ina…
 
Dr. Curtis Page is quite invested in health care reform and currently serves as the CEO & president of the Commonwealth Primary Care Accountable Care Association, an entity that represents over 50 primary care practices in Maricopa County and Flagstaff. The Commonwealth ACO is primarily focused on redesigning the healthcare delivery system to place…
 
Quick Take Former Atlanta police officer faces murder charges in Rayshard Brooks shooting. More than one million Americans applied for state unemployment benefits for the 13th straight week. NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio has confirmed that the city will ease more restrictions on Monday, Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey announced that he will allow mayors to requ…
 
Quick Take Over the last 24 hours, Florida reported 2,783 new cases, Texas reported 2,622, and reported Arizona 2,392. NY Gov. Andrew Cuomo says NYC is on track to enter its next phase of reopening as soon as Monday. Stocks on Wall Street drift as investors regrouped after a week of turbulent trading. Tulsa health officials voiced concerns over the…
 
Quick Take Atlanta's Police Chief stepped down after officers shot and killed a black man. Scientists at the University of Oxford say a steroid drug could reduce coronavirus deaths. Officials in Tulsa, Okla., warn that President Trump’s indoor rally could lead a spike in cases. Texas and Arizona continue to see a surge in coronavirus cases. Newslet…
 
Quick Take Texas and Florida report their highest daily totals of new coronavirus infections. CDC forecasts suggest up to 140,000 COVID-19 related deaths by July 4th. Stocks on Wall Street rose Friday, rebounding from their steepest drop in months. 1.7 million Americans are waiting for their passports after the State Department shut down. Newslette…
 
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