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Faces of Digital Health (former Medicine Today on Digital Health) is a podcast on digital health, exploring how different healthcare system adopt technologies in healthcare. Its aim is to satisfy curiosity about different cultures, identify barriers to success in different countries and finding answers and advice for accelerating the success of digital health entrepreneurs.
 
Husband and wife, Geoff Lloyd (Reasons to Be Cheerful; Absolute Radio, BBC Radio 5 Live) and Sara Barron (Live at the Apollo; Would I Lie to You?) reporting for duty as Firecrotch and Normcore with this 'Succession' love-in. It's the place to put your feelings and obsessions over all things Waystar Royco: Will Shiv renew her vow to gobble the odd side-D? Whatever happened to Marcia's creepy son? Could the Roys work it out with one more round of Boar on the Floor? All this, plus Greg sprinkle ...
 
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When the war in Ukraine began, Marta Kaczmarek welcomed one of the refugee families to her home. She then thought about how more could be done to help Ukrainians and started an incentive called EIT Health Ukraine. EIT Health, which is a European organsation connecting stakeholders in healthcare, partnered with the Polish Medical Mission. PMM is a 2…
 
Jennifer Schneider used to be the Chief Medical Officer and President of Livongo. In 2022 she started a company focused on improving access to healthcare in rural America. More than 46 million Americans, or 15 percent of the U.S. population, live in rural areas. Now the company called Homeward is on the mission to deliver care to those who don’t ha…
 
Voice could be called one of the exciting new avenues for medicine and healthcare: first, it is seen as a potential optimization tool, if we used voice tech instead of typing data into software. A few months ago, Julia Hoxha, the CEO of Zana explained how her European startup that provides healthcare organizations with the technology to design and …
 
Investments in digital health have been steadily rising for the last seven years. 6.2 billion dollars were invested in digital health startups in 2015, 44 billion in 2022, according to Startup Health. Startup Health is a US-based organisation supporting digital health innovators across the world and globally spreading optimism about the potential o…
 
Hassan Chaudhury is a global healthcare expert, he worked in several countries across the world. He currently works at Healthcare UK; a joint initiative of the Department of Health and Social Care, NHS England and the Department for International Trade (DIT). His global role includes advising commercial teams in over 100 UK embassies. In this discu…
 
Therapies for cancer are being developed at light speed and upward of 60 gene and cell therapies are projected to reach regulatory approval in the U.S. by 2030, according to the MIT NEWDIGS collaborative. Due to the nature of cancer, readiness for risks in drug development is much higher here than it might be in other medical fields. In this episod…
 
In this episode, founders of four very different companies talk about their fundraising experiences. As critically mentioned by Fouad Al-Noor - Co-Founder & CEO - ThinkSono - we should stop talking about the myth that startups search for investors that can offer strategic benefits. It’s true, but fundraising is still primarily about getting money t…
 
SPECIAL APPEAL: Dear listeners, as the war in Ukraine continues, the need for medical help is increasing. If you’re a clinician or a telehealth provider, please get in touch with Health Tech Without Borders. Health Tech Without Borders is organising a "Ukraine Telehealth Relief" initiative to provide free of charge telehealth and remote consultatio…
 
When one starts to wonder about why data-sharing is still more or less cumbersome in healthcare, you quickly get to the challenges with interoperability siloed data and of course, data standards. Sharing of data has improved with the introduction of the messaging standard called FHIR. But throughout the years, debates about open standards and open …
 
Many software solutions for healthcare could be described as lacking empathy. Too often, solutions are addressing products viability and feasibility, but put desirability in the second place of priorities, says Tim Peck is Executive Portfolio Director of Health at IDEO. He is an entrepreneur and a Harvard-trained Emergency Medicine physician, who h…
 
Voice tech is one of the tech areas with high potential to optimize healthcare processes for providers and ease chronic disease in management for patients. In reality: How far are we from futuristic ideas where everything would be operated with the help of voice? How do innovators reduce the risk of misunderstandings in designing voice technologies…
 
This is the second episode about digital health transformation in the Middle East. I spoke with Michele Tarnow, a healthcare leader experienced in managing across multi-national geographies, organization boundaries, and matrix organizations. Michelle has been living in UAE since 2016 and shared her insights into how are countries in the Middle East…
 
In the next two episodes, we’ll dive into healthcare development a digitalization in the Middle East. You’re going to hear from two speakers based in Dubai. The speaker of today’s episode is Ziad Tabet, Chief Customer Officer at Alliance Care Technologies. Ziad is a healthcare veteran with three decades of experience spanning many aspects of the he…
 
Unsafe medication practices and medication errors are a leading cause of injury and avoidable harm in health care systems across the world. Exactcure is a digital health startup from France addressing the challenge of preventing the negative effects of medications. The company is building a digital twin simulator, that shows the effects and interac…
 
If you took part in the Clubhouse frenzy last year, you probably came across the Digital Health Channel and MedNet club. Digital Health Channel which currently has 6400 members, was among the key digital health topics related hubs on Clubhouse with an active schedule of discussions each week. It was founded by MD Jhonatan Bringas and healthcare exp…
 
The positive potentials of AI in healthcare are breathtaking. From smoother processes to more accurate care with fewer medical errors. But if we learned anything from the last 15 years of living with social media, it is that the development of algorithms without proper regulation can have negative impacts on society. In healthcare, AI development i…
 
Antimicrobial resistance is a global problem related to the overuse of antibiotics and the lack of development of new ones. Many solutions are entering the market to address the issue: software solutions to identify, track and predict antibiotic-resistant infections and help prescribers with more accurate prescribing of antibiotics. Antibiotics are…
 
Have you ever had the experience of not knowing how to decide about your medical condition? Or when you went to the doctor’s and haven’t asked half of the things you remembered might be useful to know when you returned home? Maybe you’re an app developer trying to figure out how to prevent churn and have a lasting user engagement with your health a…
 
The field of healthcare digitalization is maturing and getting increasingly sophisticated, demanding healthcare and technology leaders to think more strategically than they were perhaps required a few years ago. Chief Innovation or Chief Digital Officers are moving more to the executive level, where they need to take into consideration not just whi…
 
Recorded live in front of an audience on Succession Eve, hours before the S03 finale aired. Our guest is the UK's most acclaimed music artist of 2021, Rebecca Taylor aka Self Esteem. We love her, she loves Succession, you'll love her. Thanks to our venue, 21 Soho, and the indomitable Lizzy Pollott from Acast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and o…
 
This is the last episode of Faces of digital health in 2021. Instead of an interview or a string of predictions for 2022, you will hear a reflection about the past year or two which I had with two other podcasters - Joy Rios - the host of HIT like a girl podcast - a podcast and a community supporting women in healthcare IT, and Bianca Rose Phillips…
 
A lot has been done in the VR for healthcare space today, especially in the US. The therapeutic potential is undeniable. Over 5000 studies have shown the efficacy of VR for pain management, PTSD, eating disorders, mental health, even helping manage pain during childbirth. In 2020 the FDA gave VR ​​a special designation for virtual reality as a brea…
 
Claire Murigande is a Medical Affairs leader born in Burundi, lived in Kenya, and is now based in Switzerland. She is a biologist by background, passionate about empowering team members and bringing value through science. Among other things she recently completed an advance business degree in digital leadership and looked at the future development …
 
Grab a fermented yogurt drink and gather 'round because OH MY GOD, KEN, you're *our* fucking onion! This week we dissect the penultimate episode, Chiantishire, with the help of actor, podcaster and musician, Scroobius Pip. He sates our lust for wisdom, although it is such a shame Sontag's not still alive. Join us live in London on Sunday 12th Decem…
 
Kendall's blankie, Shiv's moves, and Logan's urethra all feature in your emails, as we power through the weekend till the penultimate episode of Succession series four. Spend Succession Finale Eve with us and Self Esteem at our live show in London on 12th December: https://bit.ly/livecrotch See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
Marylyn Harris, RN, MSN, MBA is a Cybersecurity Consultant, Speaker, Writer and Social Entrepreneur. Harris is a decorated (former) U.S. Army Nurse and Gulf War Veteran. She was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army in 1992 and pursued a Master’s degree in psychiatric mental health nursing. After working as a sales rep for pharmaceutical companie…
 
Hello, haunted scarecrows! This week we go nut-nut/pure access/full bore with the latest episode, 'Too Much Birthday.' We're joined by the hosts of the 'What If? ' podcast, journalist Rosie Smith and her mum Lorraine Kelly, and there are no boundaries (if you're cool.) Come to our live show in London on the eve of the Succession series 3 finale - w…
 
Marie is the CEO of the Centre for Digital Business. She is a writer, commentator and international speaker on artificial intelligence, digital transformation, cyber, technology, ethics and the human experience. Marie’s expertise is the human interface in complex servicing systems. She is the co-creator of Nadia, the first AI digital human for serv…
 
Welcome to Clown Town! Treat yourself to a large cup of room temperature water. This week we dive deep into the latest episode, 'What it Takes'. We're joined by comedian and author, Dave Gorman, and it has... quite a funk to it. You kinda have to meet it halfway, right? IT'S EARTHY. Join us live in London on the eve of the 'Succession' S03 finale. …
 
This is the last episode in a short series about healthcare digitalization in the Nordics. The discussion resolves around healthcare in the Nordics more broadly, data standards and interoperability across Europe, a successful pilot project from the 2000’s called epSOS, in which 12 EU Member states worked on cross-border healthcare interoperability,…
 
Hello, gang of crapulous shills. Insert a Tabasco suppository, and prepare to probe the latest episode 'Retired Janitors of Idaho'. Comedian Nish Kumar joins us to vamp, Karl, vamp! Join us live in London on the eve of the 'Succession' S03 finale. Tickets here: https://www.tickettext.co.uk/Ou7ZpV0Qql See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
Finland has well-established regulations and processes for the use of data for secondary purposes. This is overseen by the Social and Health Data Permit Authority Findata, which facilitates data permit processing and improves data protection for individuals. The secondary use of health data refers to using health data, such as patient records, for …
 
Hello goons, stooges and roughjacks! Grab a courtesy pastry and join us to compare notes on the latest episode, 'Lion in the Meadow'. Plus, we'll be scrutinising the forehead of our guest; comedian and actor, Sindhu Vee. Meep meep! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
This is the second episode about digital health in the Nordics. In the previous episode, you could listen about Denmark, how elderly care is managed there and how EHRs have been in place for years so clinicians and patients can access data digitally. In this episode, Nard Schreurs, a journalist by background who’s been working with e-health since 2…
 
We're just really happy in our headspace! We hope you're happy in yours, and ready to process the latest episode, 'The Disruption'. Comedian and author Mark Watson joins us in the stretch limo - we've promised to hook him up with a watch. WE GET IT. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
This is the first out of four episodes about digital health and healthcare in the Nordics. In the next few weeks, you will hear about Denmark, Norway, Finland, and a broader regional overview. Not all countries but there have already been speakers on the show who also talked about Sweden, so I will link those in the show notes as well. The first sp…
 
It’s our Friday stopgap until the next episode of ‘Succession’, where we outsource our inbox to you. We asked for your amateur psychological assessments of Roman’s sexual peccadilloes - you delivered. Plus your hypotheses and extrapolations on the Waystar Royco empire. These are *relevant* doughnuts. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out in…
 
Thank you, thank you, mental giants, for downloading our dissection of the latest 'Succession' episode 'Mass in the Time of War'. We're thrilled to be wearing a full chemical and biological suit, going by the name of Deborah Frances-White (The Guilty Feminist, Global Pillage, Say My Name.) Five stars! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out i…
 
A few years ago Stefan Buttigieg, a digital health evangelist from Malta said that Malta is a great testbed for digital health startups interested in entering Europe (https://www.facesofdigitalhealth.com/blog/2019/01/03/f027-can-malta-be-a-gateway-to-the-european-market?rq=Malta). In this episode, we’ll re-visit the island in a discussion with Ryan…
 
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