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RoS: Narratives of Life & Death with Daniela Lamas

5/22/2018
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We spend lots of our time in medicine communicating through research – standardized, peer-reviewed, and of course crucial! But medicine is full of compelling humanistic narratives. The great Marshall Ganz once wrote, in an article entitled “Why Stories Matter,” that “A story communicates fear, hope, and anxiety, and because we can feel it, we get … RoS: Narratives of Life & Death with Daniela LamasRead More » The post RoS: Narratives of Life & Death with Daniela Lamas appeared first on...

Duration:00:20:06

RoS: The Changing Primary Care Workforce with Bianca Frogner

5/15/2018
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As everyone in primary care tries to shift to team based models of care, task shift, and deliver value rather than volume, we are all looking at staffing and workforce issues. What is the best way to staff a clinic? Should we hire more MAs or LPNs or nurses or NPs? How should we think … RoS: The Changing Primary Care Workforce with Bianca FrognerRead More » The post RoS: The Changing Primary Care Workforce with Bianca Frogner appeared first on Center for Primary Care.

Duration:00:20:56

RoS: A neighborhood view of health with Prabhjot Singh

5/8/2018
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In 2011, Dr. Prabhjot Singh attended the funeral of one of his patients, whom he calls Ray. He describes in his book, Dying and Living in the Neighborhood, a Street-Level View of America’s Healthcare Promise, how Ray, a veteran, struggled mightily with a host of chronic illnesses, unemployment, and isolation in his neighborhood, and how … RoS: A neighborhood view of health with Prabhjot SinghRead More » The post RoS: A neighborhood view of health with Prabhjot Singh appeared first on...

Duration:00:23:28

RoS: Getting Social Determinants of Health Right with Krisda Chaiyachati

5/1/2018
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How many times have you had a patient no-show to an appointment, or show up 20 minutes late because of difficulties with transportation? We’ve all been there. Dr. Krisda Chaiyachati wondered whether providing transportation for patients with the ride service Lyft might cut down on the no-shows in his clinic, which typically run at around … RoS: Getting Social Determinants of Health Right with Krisda ChaiyachatiRead More » The post RoS: Getting Social Determinants of Health Right with...

Duration:00:39:01

RoS: Understanding Medicaid Work Requirements with Sara Rosenbaum, JD

4/24/2018
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Over the last few months, you’ve probably heard about a few states making changes to their Medicaid programs that will require able-bodied Medicaid recipients to work. This is a major policy shift which could have profound consequences – and we’re going to talk about it today. We talk about what the changes might mean in … RoS: Understanding Medicaid Work Requirements with Sara Rosenbaum, JDRead More » The post RoS: Understanding Medicaid Work Requirements with Sara Rosenbaum, JD...

Duration:00:23:29

RoS: The importance of management in healthcare with Raffaella Sadun

4/17/2018
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Raffaella Sadun is the Thomas S. Murphy Associate Professor of Business Administration in the Strategy Unit at Harvard Business School. Her research focuses on management and organizational change, particularly in healthcare. She speaks and writes about the importance of management in healthcare and how at times good management fundamentals may be overlooked. If you are … RoS: The importance of management in healthcare with Raffaella SadunRead More » The post RoS: The importance of...

Duration:00:27:47

RoS: Community Health Workers with Shreya Kangovi & Lisa Kidd from the Penn Center for CHWs

4/10/2018
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This is our first episode of Review of Systems in partnership with the Harvard Center for Primary Care – we are very excited – our website has moved to https://primarycare.hms.harvard.edu, or you can go to our old address if you have it bookmarked and you’ll be redirected to our new site. This week, we have … RoS: Community Health Workers with Shreya Kangovi & Lisa Kidd from the Penn Center for CHWsRead More » The post RoS: Community Health Workers with Shreya Kangovi & Lisa Kidd from...

Duration:00:37:50

A new partnership: RoS & The Harvard Center for Primary Care

4/5/2018
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Dear listeners, We have a brief and very exciting update for you today about the podcast! We are joining forces with the Harvard Center for Primary Care! We are so excited to be working together and know that our partnership will allow us to bring more great content to you through the podcast and the … A new partnership: RoS & The Harvard Center for Primary CareRead More » The post A new partnership: RoS & The Harvard Center for Primary Care appeared first on Center for Primary Care.

Duration:00:02:03

Journal Club Lightening Round: Subsidizing SNAP, Retinal photography and deep learning, Task delegation and burnout tradeoffs

4/3/2018
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On this week’s journal club, David, Thomas, and Audrey bring listeners short overviews of three articles. Audrey talks about: Cost effectiveness of subsidizing fruit and vegetable purchases through SNAP by Sung Eun Choi, Hilary Seligman, and Sanjay Basu. David goes high-tech with an article from the March 2018 issue of Nature Biomedical Engineering called Prediction … Continue reading "Journal Club Lightening Round: Subsidizing SNAP, Retinal photography and deep learning, Task delegation...

Duration:00:35:04

Reprise – Seth Berkowitz – Food Insecurity & Health

3/27/2018
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This week we are joined by Seth Berkowitz to talk about his research examining the associations between food insecurity and health outcomes. Seth is a primary care physician, Instructor of Medicine, and is on faculty in the Division of General Internal Medicine and the Diabetes Research Center at Massachusetts General Hospital. Seth’s research interests include … Continue reading "Reprise – Seth Berkowitz – Food Insecurity & Health"

Duration:00:29:50

Journal Club: Process measures and mortality in individuals with OUD

3/20/2018
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This week, we are discussing a recent article from the journal Drug and Alcohol Dependence, entitled: Association between process measures and mortality in individuals with opioid use disorders, by Katherine Watkins and colleagues: Susan Paddock, Teresa Hudson, Songthip Ounpraseuth, Amy Schrader, Kimberly Hepner, and Bradley Stein. We are also joined by a guest discussant, Gabriel … Continue reading "Journal Club: Process measures and mortality in individuals with OUD"

Duration:00:37:13

Primary care through the lens of an anthropologist

3/13/2018
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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. … Continue reading "Primary care through the lens of an anthropologist"

Duration:00:27:57

The Healing Power of Narrative with Annie Brewster

3/6/2018
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Dr. Annie Brewster found herself frustrated as a primary care physician. There simply was not enough time to hear her patients’ stories and feel that she got to know them. Her belief in the meaning of stories and the healing power of narrative, as well as her own experience as a patient after a … Continue reading "The Healing Power of Narrative with Annie Brewster"

Duration:00:25:10

CareMore Health with Sachin Jain

2/27/2018
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Over the last 25 years, CareMore health has been a leader in innovative care models for chronic disease. The company serves 100,000 patients in 8 states through Medicare Advantage programs and more recently expanded into Medicaid. CareMore particularly aims to take on patients with chronic disease through an intensive, high-touch care program. Today, Sachin Jain, … Continue reading "CareMore Health with Sachin Jain"

Duration:00:20:31

Journal Club: Medical Legal Partnerships at VA Medical Centers Improved Housing and Psychosocial Outcomes for Vets

2/20/2018
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This month’s journal club, we discuss the article Medical Legal Partnerships At VA Medical Centers Improved Housing and Psychosocial Outcomes for Vets by Jack Tsai, Margaret Middleton, Jennifer Villegas, Cindy Johnson, Randye Retkin, Alison Seidman, Scott Sherman, and Robert A Rosenheck. David Rosenthal and Audrey Provenzano are joined by the lead authors of the study Jack Tsai and Margaret … Continue reading "Journal Club: Medical Legal Partnerships at VA Medical Centers Improved Housing...

Duration:00:34:24

Reprise: Design Thinking with Bon Ku

2/13/2018
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This week we are featuring a reprise show with Bon Ku, the Assistant Dean for Health and Design and an Associate Professor at the Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University, to talk about design thinking and medicine. Bon is a practicing emergency medicine physician and the founder and director of JeffDESIGN, a first-of-its-kind … Continue reading "Reprise: Design Thinking with Bon Ku"

Duration:00:24:46

Understanding the Opioid Epidemic with Dan Ciccarone

2/6/2018
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The opioid epidemic is the greatest public health crisis of our time. It is estimated that about 64,000 people died of opioid overdoses in 2016 – more than died in the Vietnam war or in 1 year at the height of the AIDs epidemic. Dan Ciccarone, our guest this week, and a Professor at UCSF … Continue reading "Understanding the Opioid Epidemic with Dan Ciccarone"

Duration:00:41:21

Andrew Bazemore – Community Vital Signs: Achieving Equity through Primary Care Means Checking More than Blood Pressure

1/30/2018
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“How do we get the data and the information necessary to address health?” In this episode, another in a series with speakers from the 2017 second Starfield Summit, we talked with Dr. Andrew Bazemore about how primary care occupies the juncture between public health and health care. Andrew believes achieving health equity necessarily involves harnessing … Continue reading "Andrew Bazemore – Community Vital Signs: Achieving Equity through Primary Care Means Checking More than Blood Pressure"

Duration:00:27:11

Understanding how to address social determinants of health with Laura Gottlieb

1/23/2018
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These days, we hear about social determinants of health constantly – more of us are screening for social needs in our clinics and payers are searching for effective ways to address them as an avenue to improve outcomes and ideally reduce costs. Dr. Laura Gottlieb, a family physician and researcher at UCSF joins us today to … Continue reading "Understanding how to address social determinants of health with Laura Gottlieb"

Duration:00:33:30

Journal Club Lightning Round: evidence based policy and vaccine rates, municipal non-health spending and health rankings, and is less really more?

1/16/2018
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For this week’s journal club, David, Thomas, and Audrey bring listeners short overviews of three articles. Audrey discusses an article published in the journal Pediatrics Dec 18 2017, called Exemptions from Mandatory Immunization After Legally Mandated Parental Counseling by Saad Omer, Kristen Allen, DH Chang, Beryl Guterman, Robert Bednarczyk, Alex Jordan, Alison Buttenheim, Malia Jones, Claire … Continue reading "Journal Club Lightning Round: evidence based policy and vaccine rates,...

Duration:00:25:35

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