While most of us think about telehealth as a way to avoid going to the hospital or clinic, in the time of Covid and beyond there are advantages using it in the hospital.
When it Comes to Healthcare- There’s a Mismatch Between What’s Possible and What’s Allowed
What’s possible is not always what’s allowed. As Stanford moves to newer models of care delivery, effort should be split between tech and education. Legislative efforts are equally important. Chris O’Dell, Stanford’s Director of Digital Strategy offers some of his insights.
What Really Determines Health? Your Friends & Family- Part 2 with Khan Siddiqui
[podcast] Although the healthcare industry takes ownership of health, most of our overall “wellness” comes from our friends and family, and the choices they lead us to make. Khan Siddiqui discusses health as a by-prodcut of how we live. To truly make a difference, solutions need to be where people are.
Where’s My CT? A Conversation with Dr. Eliot Siegel
[podcast] All to often a patient’s CT or MRI is not available on a follow up appointment. Given imaging has been digital for a 1/4 century, this seems absurd. Dr. Siegel, the first physician to have a fully filmless department in the world, reviews the history of imaging and some of the barriers to imaging access.
Healthcare PittStop: 10 years and 2000 proposed innovations at Kaiser- a conversation with Dr. Yan Chow
[podcast]Dr. Yan Chow spent 10 years as the Director of Innovation at the Garfield Center, one of Kaiser Permanents’ centers for innovation. During that time countless companies came through the doors. Dr. Chow has some insights for both the companies and hospitals looking to innovate.