[podcast] The transition from film to film less (digital) 20 years ago is repeating today with the introduction of artificial intelligence to radiology. Fear is driving many physicians to reject what will be a business decision to improve care at reduced costs.
[podcast] Dr. McElligott leads Medical University of South Carolina’s effort in telehealth. He and his leadership are looking to share their experience and platform with other healthcare systems throughout the state to transform the lives of their citizens.
[podcast] Over the last century, factory workers have been displaced by automation and technology. Now computers threaten doctors and radiologists specifically. Eliot Siegel discusses whether computers are friend or foe for the future of physicians.
[podcast] Alexis Gilroy is a lawyer based in Washington D.C. and a partner for Jones Day. She is a nationally recognized expert specializing in healthcare and technology. She has a particular expertise in telemedicine and “compact” legislation, the evolving process for physicians to care for patients across state lines. She offers her perspectives on the innovation and the changing legal requirements.
[podcast] Deb Dahl is a senior executive for Banner Health. She is responsible for review of innovation and then (perhaps more importantly) execution, bringing new ideas for better care to the bedside. She reviews her experience and offers advice to companies hoping to work with Banner.
[podcast]Several years ago I started blogging, hoping to offer my perspective on some common healthcare problems. Although this platform has proven useful (and I will continue to blog), today I am launching Healthcare PittStop. This new endeavor is intended to be not a one-way vehicle but a forum for conversation, a place where I can stitch together the disparate pieces of my journey through healthcare while fielding views from other stakeholders in the field.