On this episode, Dr. Dawn Hui shares her journey from a violinist at Juilliard and the Hong Kong Philharmonic to an innovative cardiothoracic surgeon. She connected with Nathan because they are both in a Health Data Science Masters program at Saint Louis University looking to make an impact in the evolving world of healthcare research […]
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On This Episode, Dr. Jim Surrell joins us to discuss how we can solve the sugar and obesity problems in America. Doc is a board-certified colorectal surgeon with over 20 years of practicing experience. His interests in nutrition and weight loss led him to write the SOS (Stop Only Sugar) Diet, which is an incredible […]
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On this Whatever Wednesday episode, Bernie Lu and Tim Mayo join us as the new co-hosts for the future of healthcare podcast. Bernie and Tim both come with a diverse healthcare background and are two great friends of mine. Each Wednesday podcast we will becoming together to explore how we can become the next generation […]
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On this episode, Sarah Kliff joins us to talk about health policy and how it is affecting all of us in America. Sarah is one of the nations leading health policy journalists. She currently works as a senior policy corespondent at Vox, where she also hosts two podcasts, The Impact and The Weeds. Review this […]
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On this episode, Abdul Dremali joins us to discuss the role machine learning and artificial intelligence will play in transforming healthcare. Abdul is the Marketing and Innovation Lead at AndPlus, which is Boston based company committed to solving complex problems through software. While leading their Growth and Innovation lab, Abdul helps conduct research and development […]
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On this episode, Shawna Peters and Nathan talk about the innate wisdom in the human body and the body talk system. Subscribe to the Podcast: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS More about The Future of Healthcare: Website | Facebook | Youtube | Instagram | Twitter Show Notes Start of the interview [3:15] What she does [3:59] When she got into intuitive natural health [5:50] Her move to
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On this episode, Dr. David Randall and Nathan discuss how blockchain and Solve.Care will help revolutionize the healthcare industry. We talk the good, the bad, and the ugly of the health IT landscape and how blockchain can fix it. Dr. David Randall currently serves as Executive Director and is Resident Scholar with the American Research
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Physician Assistants will be taking the lead in many sectors through this evolution of our healthcare system. As Anna Stahlschmidt, Erin Kieny, and Jake Bast share with us today on the podcast, PAs play a crucial role in healthcare. A role that is often misunderstood but is helping pave the way for patient centered valued
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On this episode, Gregg Khodorov and I discuss the evolving healthcare space and how the next generation of health leaders are preparing to make an impact. Gregg is a second year medical school student at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School as well as the Co-President of BEN, which is Rutgers Biomedical Entrepreneurial Network. After
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Nurses are the corner stone of so much of our healthcare system! They work in almost every type of care setting, and they posses unique skills that allow them to truly impact patient’s lives. On this Whatever Wednesday episode, I sit down with my cousin, Moira McSteen, to talk about the importance of nurses.
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On this episode, Dr. Jim Rickards explains how he transformed the medicaid delivery system for the state of Oregon. The incredible transformation is undeniable, and the improvements in health and outcomes demonstrate how there are ways to fix parts of our broken healthcare delivery system. Dr. Jim Rickards is a healthcare leader with a focus
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On this Whatever Wednesday episode, we discuss the importance of speech and language to early childhood development, communication, and life overall. On this podcast, we are joined by Hannah Scheller and Maggie Haaning who are both in training to become speech and language pathologist. They are currently first year students in the Saint Louis University M.A. in
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On this episode, Dr. Robert Paul shares his insights into the cutting edge research of neuropsychology and the new frontier of treating mental health. We not only discuss his past experiences while working as a clinical neuropsychologist, but also his current research into the workings of our deep brain and how diseases affect it. Dr.
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The patient is the center of everything we do in healthcare. We need to understand the experiences they go through in order to properly influence all of our decisions as future healthcare leaders. Today on Whatever Wednesday, I bring on my good friend Josh Vankooten. He is the host of Entitled to My Friends’s Opinion
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On this episode, Julie Howe comes on the podcast to talk about managing death, information, and the opioid epidemic. Julie is a Professor at St. Louis University as well as a Medicolegal Death Investigator for Franklin, Jefferson, and St. Charles County in Missouri. For years now, Julie has been a mentor of mine and is part
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The Future of Healthcare Podcast is growing! It has been 3 months since the launch of the podcast and we are taking some steps to make it even better. We are introducing a new segment each week on Wednesdays focused around the conversation of young health professionals in different areas of the healthcare space. Also
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On This episode, I interview Chrissy Larsen who is the Founder and CEO of Wholicity and Why The Health Not. Currently, Chrissy is a leading pioneer into the healthcare cryptocurrency realm. We discuss how she plans to harness the power of blockchain, which is what bitcoin is built of off, to look at the wholeness of
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In this episode, Dr. Richard Lee shares his journey to becoming a premier cardiothoracic surgeon and what he has learned along the way. He started his healthcare career as an EMT in college. Now Dr. Lee is transforming the way we treat patients with heart diseases alongside an amazing team at Saint Louis University Hospital!
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On this episode, I speak with Ryan O’Keefe who is the host of The Penn HealthX Podcast and a second year medical school student at Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. We discuss why it is an amazing moment in history to become a healthcare professional. There are so many opportunities for
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In this episode, Dr. Dana Kuhn shares with us how for the past 28 years he has been helping patients and families affected by chronic illnesses. He began his career as a Presbyterian minister, but his life changed when was diagnosed with HIV. He explains in the interview how transforming circumstances inspired him to create Patient
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