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RoS Policies affecting the care of pregnant women with SUDs with Center on Addiction’s Lindsey Vuolo & Sarah Dauber

10/16/2018
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This week, our guests are Sarah Dauber, Ph.D & Lindsey Vuolo JD, MPH of Center on Addiction, a science-based non-profit, non-partisan organization dedicated to finding and promoting solutions to end addiction. They join us to discuss policies that affect how pregnant women with substance use disorders may or may not access care and how we can better … RoS Policies affecting the care of pregnant women with SUDs with Center on Addiction’s Lindsey Vuolo & Sarah DauberRead More » The post RoS...

Duration:00:25:22

Sunflower Team at Lynn Community Health Center part 2 – Building Teams That Reach Their Fullest Potential

10/9/2018
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In the second of our series on the care of pregnant women with substance use disorders, Landrey Fagan and Pat Lee join us to talk about the hard work that went into forming the Sunflower team at Lynn Community Health Center. The Sunflower Team provides full-spectrum care for women suffering from SUDs during and after … Sunflower Team at Lynn Community Health Center part 2 – Building Teams That Reach Their Fullest PotentialRead More » The post Sunflower Team at Lynn Community Health Center...

Duration:00:34:46

Sunflower Team at Lynn Community Health Center part 1 – Care For Pregnant Women With Opioid Use Disorder

10/2/2018
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In the first of our series on the care of pregnant women with substance use disorders, Landrey Fagan and Pat Lee join us to talk about their experience forming their team called the Sunflower team at Lynn Community Health Center, which provides full-spectrum care for women suffering from SUDs during and after pregnancy in an … Sunflower Team at Lynn Community Health Center part 1 – Care For Pregnant Women With Opioid Use DisorderRead More » The post Sunflower Team at Lynn Community Health...

Duration:00:24:54

RoS Understanding the new CMS proposed rules with Shari Erickson of ACP

9/25/2018
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Shari Erickson, MPH is our guest this week. She with us about the proposed rules recently released by CMS that would drastically change how physicians bill, especially in primary care, how these proposed changes could help decrease administrative burdens on physicians, and where ACP, the largest physician advocacy organization in the US, landed on these … RoS Understanding the new CMS proposed rules with Shari Erickson of ACPRead More » The post RoS Understanding the new CMS proposed rules...

Duration:00:32:37

Re-imagining primary care in the US & what we can learn from Costa Rica with Asaf Bitton

9/18/2018
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Asaf Bitton MD, MPH is our guest this week. Asaf talks with us about what he sees as crucial steps in improving primary care in the US and what we can learn from primary care systems globally, particularly drawing on a recent healthcare system reform in Costa Rica which he wrote about last year in … Re-imagining primary care in the US & what we can learn from Costa Rica with Asaf BittonRead More » The post Re-imagining primary care in the US & what we can learn from Costa Rica with Asaf...

Duration:00:30:35

RoS Understanding Career Plans of Primary Care IM Residents w Sonja Solomon, Krisda Chaiyachati, and John Moriarty

9/11/2018
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This week, Drs. Sonja Solomon, Krisda Chaiyachati, and John Moriarty join us to discuss a paper they published in JGIM in 2016 entitled Why Aren’t More Primary Care Residents Going into Primary Care? A Qualitative Study. They interviewed residents from three primary care internal medicine programs across the country to better understand what factors within … RoS Understanding Career Plans of Primary Care IM Residents w Sonja Solomon, Krisda Chaiyachati, and John MoriartyRead More » The...

Duration:00:35:02

RoS: Improving Primary Care at Various Levels of Scale with Ted Long

9/4/2018
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This week, Ted Long, the VP for Primary Care at NYC Health + Hospitals joins us to talk about how we can make primary care better for patients and for physicians at various levels of scale. He previously served as the Senior Medical Officer for the Quality Measurement and Value-Based Incentives Group at the Centers … RoS: Improving Primary Care at Various Levels of Scale with Ted LongRead More » The post RoS: Improving Primary Care at Various Levels of Scale with Ted Long appeared first on...

Duration:00:34:51

RoS Community Health Workers with Shreya Kangovi & Lisa Kidd reprise

8/28/2018
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This week, we have two very exciting guests: Shreya Kangovi, an internist/pediatrician and researcher who studies CHW interventions and developed a multi-stakeholder team-based CHW model called IMPaCT (Individualized Management towards Patient-Centered Targets), and went on to found the Penn Center for Community Health Workers. These organizations work to deliver care to patients in Philadelphia, provide training and capacity building, … RoS Community Health Workers with Shreya Kangovi &...

Duration:00:35:54

RoS Primary Care Through the Lens of an Anthropologist w Scott Stonington reprise

8/21/2018
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Dr. Scott Stonington is a medical and cultural anthropologist, and an internist. He studies decision-making at the end of life in Thailand and spent many years accompanying Thai patients at the end of life and in particular trying to understand pain, suffering, and the role of pain medications from these patient’s points of view. Dr. Stonington … RoS Primary Care Through the Lens of an Anthropologist w Scott Stonington repriseRead More » The post RoS Primary Care Through the Lens of an...

Duration:00:27:57

RoS: How the system gets in the way of taking care of patients with Elisabeth Rosenthal

8/14/2018
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Elisabeth Rosenthal is a physician and a noted writer and Editor In Chief of Kaiser Health News. She recently published An American Sickness, a book exploring how the business of medicine has gotten in the way of doctors delivering great care to patients and made the system increasingly complex and expensive for patients to navigate. … RoS: How the system gets in the way of taking care of patients with Elisabeth RosenthalRead More » The post RoS: How the system gets in the way of taking...

Duration:00:33:02

RoS Women in Medicine in the Era of #MeToo with Nwando Olayiwola and Elisabeth Poorman

8/7/2018
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Our society is coming to a reckoning with how we treat women, and medicine has it’s own reckoning too. This week, we have two guests: Nwando Olayiwola, a family physician, corporate leader, researcher, and author; and Elisabeth Poorman, an internist, speaker, and writer. First, we’ll speak with Dr. Poorman about an article she published in The … RoS Women in Medicine in the Era of #MeToo with Nwando Olayiwola and Elisabeth PoormanRead More » The post RoS Women in Medicine in the Era of...

Duration:00:43:48

RoS: Journal Club – High Levels of Capitation Payments & Proactive Team & Non-Visit Care w Sanjay Basu and Bruce Landon

7/31/2018
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Primary care practices across the US are starting to change the way we practice, incorporating more non-visit types of care such as e-visits or telephonic or even skype visits. Adding these modalities to a practice require investment: in technology, in training staff, in developing, testing, and implementing workflows – and at what point does all … RoS: Journal Club – High Levels of Capitation Payments & Proactive Team & Non-Visit Care w Sanjay Basu and Bruce LandonRead More » The post...

Duration:00:22:40

RoS: SNAP and the Farm Bill – Food Insecurity in the clinic & as a public health issue with Sara Bleich and Hilary Seligman

7/24/2018
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This week, Review of Systems joins forces with Harvard Chan This Week in Health for a crossover podcast episode! We’re talking about food stamps, or SNAP, and how upcoming legislation in the Farm Bill will shape SNAP policy over the next five years. Changes in SNAP policy will have important public health implications and affect … RoS: SNAP and the Farm Bill – Food Insecurity in the clinic & as a public health issue with Sara Bleich and Hilary SeligmanRead More » The post RoS: SNAP and the...

Duration:00:28:47

RoS: Understanding the Importance of Adverse Childhood Events on Health w Audrey Stillerman part 2

7/17/2018
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There is a growing recognition of the role of trauma, particularly childhood trauma or adverse childhood events on health and health outcomes. Family physician Audrey Stillerman joins Thomas Kim for a two-part series about ACEs and the effects they have on health, and what we as health professionals should know about them. Dr. Stillerman is … RoS: Understanding the Importance of Adverse Childhood Events on Health w Audrey Stillerman part 2Read More » The post RoS: Understanding the...

Duration:00:19:40

RoS: Understanding the Importance of Adverse Childhood Events on Health w Audrey Stillerman part 1

7/10/2018
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There is a growing recognition of the role of trauma, particularly childhood trauma or adverse childhood events on health and health outcomes. Family physician Audrey Stillerman joins Thomas Kim for a two-part series about ACEs and the effects they have on health, and what we as health professionals should know about them. Dr. Stillerman is … RoS: Understanding the Importance of Adverse Childhood Events on Health w Audrey Stillerman part 1Read More » The post RoS: Understanding the...

Duration:00:16:46

RoS: Understanding High Value and Low Value Care with John Mafi

7/3/2018
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All of us like to think that we provide high-value care for our patients; but the truth is, just like the rest of the health care system, primary care provides a lot of low value care too – and we drive a lot of overuse. John Mafi joins us this week to talk about his … RoS: Understanding High Value and Low Value Care with John MafiRead More » The post RoS: Understanding High Value and Low Value Care with John Mafi appeared first on Center for Primary Care.

Duration:00:25:01

RoS: Teams in Primary Care with Ann O’Malley and Patricia Satterstrom, Part 2

6/26/2018
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These days, primary care is all about teamwork. We are all asking ourselves – how can we make our teams function better? And – a question we should ask, but often don’t: should this task be done by the team? Or is this task actually better understood as sequential interdependence or pooled interdependence? Our guests … RoS: Teams in Primary Care with Ann O’Malley and Patricia Satterstrom, Part 2Read More » The post RoS: Teams in Primary Care with Ann O’Malley and Patricia Satterstrom, Part...

Duration:00:22:53

RoS: Teams in primary care with Ann O’Malley and Pat Satterstrom part 1

6/19/2018
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These days, primary care is all about teamwork. We are all asking ourselves – how can we make our teams function better? And – a question we should ask, but often don’t: should this task be done by the team? Or is this task actually better understood as sequential interdependence or pooled interdependence? Our guests … RoS: Teams in primary care with Ann O’Malley and Pat Satterstrom part 1Read More » The post RoS: Teams in primary care with Ann O’Malley and Pat Satterstrom part 1 appeared...

Duration:00:27:05

RoS: Gun Violence Research in the US with Dr. Mark Rosenberg

6/12/2018
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For the second show in our series about gun violence, we are joined by Dr. Mark Rosenberg. Dr. Rosenberg worked for many years at the CDC, and helped to found the National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, or the NCIPC, and was it’s first permanent director in 1994. He oversaw the agency during the … RoS: Gun Violence Research in the US with Dr. Mark RosenbergRead More » The post RoS: Gun Violence Research in the US with Dr. Mark Rosenberg appeared first on Center for Primary Care.

Duration:00:20:20

RoS: Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue & Health Professionals as Advocates

6/5/2018
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This week, we have several guests. Joining us now are members of the HMS center for primary care student leadership committee, Galina Gheihman, Megan Townsend, and Andreas Mitchell. With the recent national focus on gun violence, the leadership council decided to hold an op-ed contest on the issue of gun violence. They are joining us … RoS: Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue & Health Professionals as AdvocatesRead More » The post RoS: Gun Violence as a Public Health Issue & Health...

Duration:00:22:04