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Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
Built to Lead is a new companion offering that will make the leadership concepts of the Vernissage Health dialogue series accessible to all students in DLSPH and beyond. This new series is hosted by Matthew Goulbourne (MHSc Class 2020) and Sarah Sawaya (MHI Class 2021) two emerging health leaders uncovering what it takes to be a great leader in today’s healthcare system. The inaugural season of the Built to Lead podcast is entitled “Leadership: From Self-Doubt to Confidence." The five episod ...
 
JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
 
The American Health Law Association (AHLA) is the largest nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization devoted to legal issues in the health care field with nearly 14,000 members. As part of its educational mission, AHLA's Speaking of Health Law podcasts offer thoughtful analysis and insightful commentary on the legal and policy issues affecting the health care system.
 
Listen to Radio Health Journal to get the latest scoop on what’s trending in health, science and technology, and the intersection of medicine and public policy. Each week we speak with leading experts to break down the complex medical jargon and report on a timely topic. Did you know ecstasy could help to cure PTSD? What does “Medicare for All” really mean? These subjects and more with two stories weekly, plus Medical Notes – a short recap of the top medical headlines in the news. Hosted by ...
 
Health Innovation Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast focusing on the next generation of healthcare innovators and movers-and-shakers who are disrupting the healthcare space. This podcast is all about increasing awareness of future health trends, accelerating technologies, and art and design perspectives. The podcast also provides a forum for elevating public discourse on ways healthcare can be more accessible, less costly, and more efficient. You'll hear about dynamic collaborations, b ...
 
What’s it like to live with a mental health condition, or a disability, or both? How can we make life better for people who face these complex challenges in their lives? GET REAL presents frank and fearless conversations about mental health and disability, including people with lived experience, frontline workers in the industry, as well as policy-makers and advocates. Hosted by Robyn Haydon and Karenza Louis-Smith & produced by Emily Webb, on behalf of ermha365 Complex Mental Health and Dis ...
 
Today’s health care industry is a high-stakes environment full of legal, policy, and regulatory-related obstacles. There are also tremendous opportunities, and in order to thrive, it is critical for executives, general counsel, and administrators to have a consistent pulse on trends and available business solutions. Subscribe to our health care podcast, Diagnosing Health Care, for thought-provoking, strategic insights from Epstein Becker Green attorneys and health care professionals.
 
Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
As cities around the world adapt to rapid urbanization, attention to the health of urban populations is critical. Conversations on Urban Health with Dr. Yonette Thomas is the only podcast focusing exclusively on the broad factors of urban health. We understand the health challenges and opportunities in urban environments are complex. If you are a researcher, educator, policymaker, practitioner, community leader, or urban health advocate, these conversations will resonate with you. Our guests ...
 
Welcome to Lit Health – lighting a fire underneath the status quo of healthcare through interviews with authors, healthcare leaders, and policymakers who are working to create a healthcare environment that is equitable, transparent, and that welcomes the needs of every patient – especially our vulnerable populations including the mentally ill, people of color and women who feel they are at risk in our current system, and anyone who feels bias or the isms affect their health and quality of li ...
 
Delaware Lt. Governor Dr. Bethany Hall-Long presents 'The State of Health in Delaware: A Movement to Improve Health and Wellness in the First State'. Join Lt. Governor Dr. Bethany Hall-Long and her Chief of Staff Keith Warren for conversations with your friends, colleagues and coworkers about health and wellness across the First State.State of Health in Delaware: a Movement to Improve Health and Wellness features a variety of guests including Governor John Carney, health initiative leaders, ...
 
Mind of State is a podcast where politics and psychology meet. Each episode features lively commentary on current events, policymakers, and the body politic, and how we have arrived at this moment, as observed through both a political and psychological lens. We explore how "mind" impacts "state" — and vice versa. Tune in, as co-hosts Betty Teng and Jonathan Kopp engage in nuanced conversation with experts from the worlds of politics and psychology as well as others from related fields who ha ...
 
Maddie and Annie are 20-something high school meat-hearts (this is a term we made up for platonic best friends whose relationship blossomed while sharing ham and cheese sandwiches, cheeseburgers and other meats). In a cruel twist of fate, they now reside in Los Angeles and New York respectively, with no choice but to catch up for one hour every week and broadcast it to the general public. Annie is a former comedy writer turned Masters of Public Policy student turned begrudging comedy writer, ...
 
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On the Local News Roundup: the first maps are presented in Charlotte’s redistricting process; we get an update on COVID-19 mandates and violations; and if the streetcar is running but no one is riding it, is it really running?על ידי Wendy Herkey
 
On this week’s podcast, we discuss the knock-on impact covid has had on staffing and services, after medical consultants at a major acute trust warned its leadership that specialist staff shortages are causing services to become unsafe. Also, Greater Manchester’s coroner’s office has opened an unusually high number of inquests into patient deaths —…
 
Congress is back in session with a short time to finish a long to-do list, including keeping the government operating and paying its bills. Hanging in the balance is President Joe Biden’s entire domestic agenda, including major changes proposed for Medicare, Medicaid and the Affordable Care Act. Meanwhile, the new Texas abortion law that bans the p…
 
Health care workers on the frontlines of the pandemic are burned out. With patient counts near record levels, what has been and what is likely to be the impact? Health care workers from Charlotte area hospitals share their thoughts.על ידי Erin Keever
 
In the latest installment of WFAE’s health care series The Price We Pay, we take a look at medication costs. Americans spend twice as much on medical care as people in other wealthy countries, and one of the reasons is the high prices of our prescription drugs. We pay, on average, 2 1/2 times for the same medicines. Why? Mike Collins and a panel of…
 
In this episode of AHLA's monthly series on fraud and abuse issues, Matthew Wetzel, Partner, Goodwin Procter, speaks to Rob Cepielik, Managing Director, Berkeley Research Group, and David Resnicoff, Partner, Riley Safer Holmes & Cancila LLP, about third-party monitorships, including recommendations for how companies can plan for a government-impose…
 
Aneel talks about digital therapeutics with Dr. Joe Rubinsztain CEO and co-founder of ChronWell, Inc., a digital therapeutics company that creates efficiencies and extends patient care beyond the walls of the physician’s office. By the time Chronwell launched in 2017, Rubinsztein, a seasoned entrepreneur and leader in healthcare information technol…
 
Aneel talks with Rachel Ford Hutman, CEO and Founder of Ford Hutman Media, a boutique communications firm that provides media relations, thought leadership, and executive visibility to life science companies. Ford Hutman was named a San Diego Business Journal Women of Influence and selected the PR Professional of the Year by PRSA. In health care an…
 
On the night of Sept 7, a sleeping 3-year-old boy was shot and killed after 150 rounds of bullets were shot into his home, police said. Two days earlier, a 16-year-old also lost his life to gun violence; a 14-year-old was arrested for that homicide. Charlotte-Mecklenburg police suspect these cases are connected and have ties to area high schools. L…
 
The Charlotte-Mecklenburg school board voted this week to maintain a mask mandate in schools, while Lincoln County's school board voted to make masks optional. Union County Public Schools stopped contact tracing and quarantines, but state health officials told the school board there to follow COVID-19 requirements or face possible legal action. Mec…
 
In the latest episode of this series where C-suite leaders discuss the key trends and developments shaping the health care industry, Rob Gerberry, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Summa Health, and Emily Grey, Partner, Breazeale Sachse & Wilson, explore the role Chief Information Officers currently play in helping health systems and plans…
 
The government has announced £15.6bn extra funding for the NHS — but NHS England is having to curb its ‘long-term plan’ ambitions and considering which of its budgets to shave. This week’s HSJ Health Check podcast explores why. We also cover how NHS England’s commitment to publish core performance data broken down to identify health inequalities, a…
 
Democrats have hit a snag in their effort to compile a $3.5 trillion social-spending bill this fall — moderates are resisting support for Medicare drug price negotiation provisions that would pay for many of the measure’s health benefit improvements. Meanwhile, the new abortion restrictions in Texas have moved the divisive issue back to the politic…
 
In this episode of GET REAL we meet Heidi Everett, who has lived experience of psychiatric wards and what she describes as living with a “psych reality”. Melbourne-based Heidi is an advocate, writer, poet, producer, performer, public speaker…and that’s not all. “My creativity and mental health advocacy are joined at the hip. Both require a little b…
 
Stephanie Hudson, Managing Member, Hudson Healthcare Lawyers LLC, speaks with Theresa Langley, Associate, Husch Blackwell LLP, Lori Mihalich-Levin, CEO and Founder, Mindful Return, and Lauren Suttell, Partner, Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP, about how the pandemic has changed the lives of working moms. They discuss what life was like before the…
 
Aneel chats with James Schorey, Chief Technology Officer at Control Bionics, an assistive technology device company that enables people with communication challenges to participate more fully in daily life. The company’s augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) offerings helps people with a range of conditions to find their “voice.” Inspire…
 
Can religion and science coexist? Former Gov. James Martin thinks so. His book "Revelation Through Science," which looks at the relationship between religion and science, has recently been revised. He talks about how faith and science can support one another and how religion and politics have affected science research.…
 
Nail biting is an extremely common habit, but some people bite their nails so badly and so often that they suffer damage to their hands. Experts discuss why so many of us are driven to bite our nails, what can be done to stop it, and the damage that can occur when we can’t stop.על ידי MediaTracks Communications
 
Entertainer Britney Spears claims in court that her conservator father won’t let her remove birth control. It’s merely the most celebrated recent case of something most people find surprising: forced sterilization still exists in the US, usually in cases of guardianship. Experts explain its legality, history & use.…
 
A new study shows that naps don't make up for lost sleep. Then, research finds that people who have someone they can count on to listen to them have brains that age much slower than others. Next, a study suggests that for teens, a close, supportive bonds with their fathers is even more important than previously thought. And finally... a study says …
 
On the Local News Roundup: COVID-19 cases rise along with clusters in area schools. Union County sticks with its optional mask policy and a 3-year-old is a victim of gun violence in Charlotte.על ידי Erin Keever
 
This week’s HSJ Health Check podcast discusses the warnings made by a Greater Manchester coroner over the risks of remote GP appointments, following the deaths of five people. Is it fair to blame general practice for the safety concerns? We also talked about the government’s big health and care funding announcement and what it means for the NHS. Fe…
 
The covid pandemic has spotlighted the often-unseen role of public health in Americans’ daily lives. And the picture has not all been pretty. What is public health and why is it so important — and controversial? Dr. Ashish Jha, dean of the Brown University School of Public Health, explains the basics. Then, Joanne Kenen of Politico and Lauren Weber…
 
The 2020 census tells us our population is growing — but we already knew that. So how do we handle future growth and keep commute times reasonable? We look at what the city is considering when it comes to transportation, as well as our current options and how they might expand.על ידי Alexandra Watts
 
This week on “Charlotte Talks,” we’re going to continue to take a deeper look at WFAE’s health care series The Price We Pay and ask these questions: Why do we spend so much on care, and could hospital price transparency help with these costs?על ידי Dante Miller
 
Laura F. Fryan, Partner, Brouse McDowell, speaks to Nicole Cifra and Taylor Starr, physicians at the Golisano Children’s Hospital at the University of Rochester Medical Center, about the intersection of the law and the practice of medicine when it comes to treating patients with eating disorders. They discuss legal issues related to determining inp…
 
Schools that just a couple of months ago imagined opening free of great pandemic worry are now facing a Delta variant that’s even more contagious than the original. Yet last year’s experience is telling experts and administrators that school can be held safely if masking and other protocols are followed. Two pediatricians who are experts in how inf…
 
A look at the top medical headlines for the week of September 5, 2021 including: Growing up in poverty physically changes the brain… which makes it much more likely poor kids have cognitive and behavioral difficulties later. A study showing almost a quarter of all substances used to make plastic either cause cancer, damage organs, or are toxic to t…
 
COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations spike in the Charlotte area as health officials beg people to get vaccinated. And after a year of online education for many, state test scores look bad. We'll talk about those stories and more on the Local News Roundup.על ידי Erin Keever
 
We know that the pandemic caused millions of people to lose their jobs, and potentially their job-based insurance, and yet new survey data showed surprisingly small changes in uninsurance rates at the end of 2020. Kate Bundorf, PhD, from the Sanford School of Public Policy at Duke University and Jessica Banthin, PhD, of the Urban Institute talk to …
 
Steve Vieux, Counsel, Shook Hardy & Bacon, speaks with Doug Litvack, Partner, Jenner & Block, and Barbara Sicalides, Partner, Troutman Pepper, about the Sixth Circuit’s recent decision in St. Luke’s v. ProMedica, which vacated a preliminary injunction enjoining a health system from removing a competing health system from its integrated insurance co…
 
This week’s HSJ Health Check podcast discusses the government comms “playbook” which, as revealed by HSJ, told trusts they should describe new wings, units and refurbishments as “new hospitals” — which they are not. We also talk about NHS England’s framework contract for salary advance schemes for NHS staff, similar to the proposal from now-collaps…
 
Charlotte Talks host Mike Collins puts Rock Hill and Fort Mill in the spotlight as we continue our series where we talk to the mayors of towns surrounding Charlotte about the challenges they’re facing and what they have to offer.על ידי Wendy Herkey
 
This is the 40th episode of Get Real: talking mental health and disability. It’s a special milestone for the podcast, and for ermha365 because it’s coming up to forty years since we were established by a group of passionate carers living in Melbourne, Australia who were concerned about the lack of support services for their loved ones who were expe…
 
Americans with a bachelor’s degree are doing OK, but people without one are getting sicker. Why? We talk with a couple of experts and a medical professional to learn why and how having a higher education can greatly impact your quality of life.על ידי Dante Miller
 
The current hiring market in the health care and life sciences industry is booming. Elizabeth Long, Managing Director, Major, Lindsey & Africa, and Lisa Vandecaveye, General Counsel, The Joint Commission, discuss how to hire and retain legal talent in this new environment. They address the reasons candidates leave for other opportunities, how to ad…
 
A look at the top medical headlines for the week of August 29, 2021 including: A study showing that a person’s risk for old age illnesses can be accurately predicted years earlier based on chronic inflammation in the body. Then, the key to an easier adolescence may be a teen’s relationship with Dad. Then, nearly half of boys play sports, but only a…
 
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