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Data Book spotlights the best stories and insights in healthcare technology. Big data and artificial intelligence are changing medicine and the world, but innovation also brings grave cybersecurity concerns. Every week, this Healthcare Analytics News™ podcast explores the people and plots behind the health-tech evolution—and the solutions to its problems.

Data Book spotlights the best stories and insights in healthcare technology. Big data and artificial intelligence are changing medicine and the world, but innovation also brings grave cybersecurity concerns. Every week, this Healthcare Analytics News™ podcast explores the people and plots behind the health-tech evolution—and the solutions to its problems.
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Data Book spotlights the best stories and insights in healthcare technology. Big data and artificial intelligence are changing medicine and the world, but innovation also brings grave cybersecurity concerns. Every week, this Healthcare Analytics News™ podcast explores the people and plots behind the health-tech evolution—and the solutions to its problems.

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@HCA_News

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English

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609-716-7777


Episodes

3: Can Healthcare Disrupt Itself?

8/17/2018
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When we discuss disruption, we imagine it coming from an outside force. But if an industry can innovate, can it also disrupt from within? We tell the story of IBM and the introduction of its personal computer to search for answers. Then we welcome Charles Aunger, a managing director for Health2047, a Silicon Valley upstart that is trying to shake up healthcare with support from the American Medical Association. Check out [our...

Duration:00:26:34

2: Why We Need to Discuss Gene Editing and Ethics

8/3/2018
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Gene editing is not science fiction. In fact, it’s rapidly entering mainstream medicine. But what ethical issues surround these fascinating technologies? And what is healthcare’s role in fostering discussions and building patient trust? In this episode, we tell the story of Henrietta Lacks, whose cells were taken without permission in 1951, to better understand consent. Then we draw insights from Marcy Darnovsky, Ph.D., executive director of the [Center for Genetics and...

Duration:00:24:00

1: Pedialyte, Hangovers and the Patient Experience

7/20/2018
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Season 2 Premiere: Pedialyte was always a drink for sick kids. Then adults began using it to fight hangovers. When the beverage’s manufacturer found out, it embraced the change. The point: As healthcare prioritizes the patient experience, leaders must adapt. And they can learn a lot from Pedialyte’s embrace of the customer experience. Featuring a discussion on the power of partnering with patients. Guest: Colin Hung, chief marketing officer and editor of HealthcareScene. Check out the best...

Duration:00:30:44

14: Rural Healthcare's High-Tech Hope

6/29/2018
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Patients who live in rural areas face significant health challenges, from socioeconomic forces to care-delivery issues. The problems all add mean one thing: Rural healthcare is in rough shape. The stories of two children facing life-threatening injuries highlight what's at stake. But our guest, William Paiva, PhD, is using a sprawling data set, algorithms, and high-tech tools to flip the status quo. He's the executive director for Oklahoma State University's Center for Health Systems...

Duration:00:25:32

13: The Slow, Frustrating Rise of the Electronic Health Record

6/22/2018
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Electronic health records have a lot of promise, but they’re not where they need to be. The ultimate goal is interoperability, which would enable patients’ medical data to follow them anywhere. But that’s not happening—just ask Seema Verma, MPH, the head of Medicare and Medicaid, and Janae Sharp, a health IT key opinion leader. In this episode, we dig into their stories and document the rise of the medical record. For more stories like this one, check out our mothership, [Healthcare...

Duration:00:26:04

12: Finding Fault When AI Kills

6/15/2018
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In March, a self-driving car struck and killed a pedestrian, marking a grim first. But who is liable when AI fails and kills someone? It’s unfortunate but likely that healthcare will need to grapple with this very issue in the near future, and the self-driving car industry is the closest place to look for answers. Story: The first human killed by a robot Guest: Gautham Thomas, writer for [Healthcare Analytics News](http://www.hcanews.com)™ Photo: Mixabest/[Wikimedia...

Duration:00:19:39

11: Should Cops Have Access to Consumer DNA?

6/8/2018
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The Golden State Killer took too many lives and broke too many spirits before his reign of terror ended with an all-too-late capture in April, 2018\. But even though his crimes were heinous, many question the measures police used to identify alleged murderer and rapist Joseph James DeAngelo. In the eleventh episode of _[Healthcare Analytics News](www.hcanews.com)' _Data Book, co-hosts Jack Murtha and Tom Castles are joined by the National Institutes of Health's Dr. Christine Grady, who...

Duration:00:22:40