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We hear an emergency medicine physician’s perspective on healthcare from Anita Bangale on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. She has a wealth of experiences in the emergency medicine field including her current work as an investor and director in a standalone emergency department in Houston Texas. Anita Bangale is right on the line between Generation X and Generation Y. Here are 3 things that stood out from Anita Bangale’s interview about an emergency medicine physician’s perspective on healthcare: · Texas is one of the states that allows a freestanding emergency department that is not connected with another hospital · Telehealth can be utilized in the emergency department as well. Communicating with inbound patients in ambulances allows the physician to determine the most appropriate destination for the individual · The key to quality healthcare is the way in which the physicians and medical professionals communicate with the patients You can learn more about Anita Bangale and her work through the links below: Website http://www.anitabangale.com Instagram http://Instagram.com/diyacoaching LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/anita-bangale-md/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
This continues the Patient’s Perspective on Healthcare interview marathon. Gee Ranasinha is originally from the UK but joined the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver from France. He is number 2 of 137 interviews. You can learn more about Gee through the links below: Website: https://kexino.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/kexino Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/KEXINO Instagram: https://instagram.com/wearekexino LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ranasinha/ In case you are curious, the marathon lasted 37 hours, 44 minutes, and 17 seconds. I am still gathering the evidence and preparing to submit it for certification by Guinness. To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We hear a healthcare data expert’s perspective on healthcare from Hamish McDonald during this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Hamish is a member of Generation X and join the podcast from New Zealand. He is passionate about patients owning their own healthcare data and being able to control it as they wish. His mission is to democratize the healthcare data industry. The project started in Japan, moved to Singapore and now has become global. Here are 3 things that stood out as Hamish McDonald shared a healthcare data expert’s perspective: · Patients generally don’t have access to their own healthcare data · When you change the information flow within an industry, you change the power structure · You can have control over a copy of your healthcare data, determining who has access to it, when and why (including whether or not you can profit from it by sharing your data with a research organization.) You can learn more about Hamish McDonald and the Sovereignty Network through the links below. I would encourage you to support is Kickstart Campaign to help fund this unique and interesting effort. Website https://sovereignty.network Twitter http://twitter.com/sovereigntynet Facebook https://www.facebook.com/thesovereigntynetwork Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-sovereignty-network/ KickStarter https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/sovereigntynetwork/the-soverignty-network-app To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
This is the first Patient’s Perspective on Healthcare installment from my world record setting longest interviewing Marathon attempt. Celia Jones joined the Perspectives on Healthcare podcast with Rob Oliver from the UK. She is number 1 of 137 interviews. I will be releasing these interviews one at a time, every Friday. In case you are curious, the marathon lasted 37 hours, 44 minutes, and 17 seconds. Now, I am gathering the evidence and preparing to submit it for certification by Guinness. To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We get a nurse practitioner’s perspective on healthcare from Jody Jones on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Jody is a nurse practitioner in family practice in Mission Viejo, California. She is a member of Generation X. As you will learn in the podcast, she has wanted to be a nurse her entire life. Here are 3 things that stood out as Jody Jones gave us a nurse practitioner’s perspective on healthcare: · A family practitioner gets to know the entire family and starts to understand how people function beyond simply their diagnosis and physical condition · Your patient is not diagnosis XYZ, they are a real person! Get to know them. · There is a big difference between a nurse practitioner and a licensed practical nurse You can learn more about Jody Jones through the link below: Website http://www.balancewithdrjody.com To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
Rob Oliver is on vacation this week so there is not a new interview for the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast. The good news is that he chose one of the episodes that have the greatest impact on him for a rebroadcast. From September 3, 2021 we get a hospital executive’s perspective on healthcare from Anton Gunn. He is a former hospital executive, a social worker by training and made leadership expert. Anton was part of President Obama’s team for the Affordable Care Act. A member of Generation X, he lives in Columbia, South Carolina. Anton gave us a lot of food for thought as he shared the hospital executive’s perspective. However, here are 3 things that stood out to me from Anton Gunn’s perspective on healthcare: · Healthcare is not accessible, affordable or available to every person in America · Quality healthcare is the highest level of care you can receive · The 3 most important questions:       o “Do you care about me?”       o “Will you help me?”       o “Can I trust you?” You can learn more about Anton Gunn through his website or you can connect with him on social media using the links below: Website http://AntonGunn.com Twitter http://twitter.com/AntonJGunn Facebook http://facebook.com/AntonJGunn Instagram http://instagram.com/AntonJGunn Linkedin http://linkedin.com/in/antonjgunn To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the website and use the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Explore the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
Denise Gruzensky shares a nurse practitioner’s perspective on healthcare in this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Denise specializes in genomics and risk assessment. She is from Texas and a member of Generation X. She has worked in a number of different locations including Rhode Island and on cruise ships. Here are 3 things that stood out as Denise Gruzensky gave us a nurse practitioner’s perspective on healthcare: · Quality healthcare is about partnering with the patient to get them to the highest level of health that they can achieve · “You learn an awful lot about your patients and where they are at by just listening.” · Using genomics, medical professionals may not be able to prevent you from developing cancer but they can treat it earlier and engage in preventative medicine You can learn more about Denise Gruzensky through the links below: Website https://denisegruzensky.com/ Twitter https://twitter.com/DenisesDogDish Facebook https://www.facebook.com/denisegruzensky Instagram https://www.instagram.com/denise_gruzensky/ Linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/denise-gruzensky-699904127/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We hear an oncologist’s perspective on healthcare from Rana Bitar in this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Rana is originally from Syria and now practices in the state of New York. She is an oncologist/hematologist in private practice and member of Generation X. Here are 3 things that stood out as Rana Bitar shared an oncologist’s perspective on healthcare: · Quality healthcare, in the realm of oncology, involves being a healer for the patient. Being a healer is more important than being a doctor, according to Rana Bitar. · A cancer diagnosis impacts far more than just the individual receiving the diagnosis. It affects their entire social circle. · It is necessary to treat each case as a unique human experience, understanding each patient’s circumstances, philosophy, place in life, and goals. · Bonus: Quality of life is not determined by a medical professional but by the patient themselves. You can learn more about Rana Bitar and her book through the links below: Website https://www.ranabitar.com/ Twitter http://www.twitter.com/ranabitarbooks Facebook https://www.facebook.com/RanaBitarBooks/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
Will Cole shares a functional medicine practitioner’s perspective on healthcare on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Will is a member of the millennial generation. He practices in Pennsylvania, right outside of Pittsburgh. Here are 3 things that stood out as Will Cole shared a functional medicine practitioner’s perspective on healthcare: · The virtual functional medicine visit was a precursor to the concept that we are all familiar with of telehealth · When you have lab work done, your results are compared to other people who have had lab work done, most of whom have health problems as well · Functional medicine looks at optimal health instead of average health You can learn more about Will Cole through the links below: Website https://drwillcole.com Twitter http://twitter.com/drwillcole Facebook https://www.facebook.com/doctorwillcole Instagram http://Instagram.com/drwillcole LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/drwillcole/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We hear an emergency medicine physician’s perspective on healthcare from “Dr. Defne” Nayman on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast. She joined Rob Oliver from New Jersey. Dr. Defne is a member of Generation X. In addition to her expertise in emergency medicine, Dr. Defne serves her patients in the areas of antiaging, functional and metabolic medicine, esthetics and breath work. Here are 3 things that stood out as Dr. Defne shared an emergency medicine physician’s perspective on healthcare: · Functional medicine is not replacement medicine, it is complementary medicine · Quality healthcare must have lifestyle at the heart of it and include preventive measures · The 21st century has not been kind to us, we are on the go all the time, it does not allow our bodies to recover You can learn more about “Dr. Defne” through her website and the links below: Website http://drdefne.com   Facebook https://www.facebook.com/DrDefneNayman Instagram http://instagram.com/DrDefneNayman LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/defne-nayman-14b35512/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
Gule Sheikh shares a healthcare technologist’s perspective on healthcare on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Originally from Canada, Gule now lives in Illinois. She is a member of Generation X. As a medical technologist, she uses algorithms and artificial intelligence to improve patient outcomes. Here are 3 things that stood out as Gule Sheikh shared a healthcare technologist’s perspective on healthcare: · The computers and the artificial intelligence rely heavily on the providers to ascertain the correct information to input. · Every patient represents a unique combination of race, age, education, background, experiences, orientation and more. They need to be treated as such. Population data can be predictive, but it is not guaranteed to fit everyone. · Quality healthcare means that the patient understands all of the aspects of their care plan and is able to find answers to the questions they have about their care plan. You can learn more about Gule Sheikh and her company through the link below: LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/gulesheikh To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We hear an occupational therapist’s perspective on healthcare from Reena Singh as she talks with Rob Oliver on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast. Reena is a member of Generation X and her practice is located in Mumbai. She has worked with people of all ages in a variety of settings. Here are 3 things that stood out as Reena Singh shared an occupational therapist’s perspective on healthcare: · There is a big difference between “getting better” and healing · Quality healthcare is not just working with the diagnosis, it also involves working with the family system, especially for children · In a society where people are constantly being judged, parents of children with disabilities often have to explain why their child is exhibiting a behavior or not achieving a certain milestone You can learn more about Reena Singh and the work that she does through the links below: Website http://www.khushi.net.in Facebook https://www.facebook.com/khushiptc Instagram https://www.instagram.com/khushitherapy/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
In this episode we hear an emergency room physician’s perspective on healthcare from Harvey Castro. He joined Rob Oliver on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast from Texas. A member of Generation X, Harvey is the founder and former CEO of Trusted ER. Here are 3 things that stood out to me from Harvey Castro sharing an emergency room physician’s perspective on healthcare: · Dissatisfied with the quality of what was being provided at a “regular hospital”, Harvey created his own system with a goal of creating an amazing patient experience · Quality healthcare is a combination of the patient experience and the medical professional’s expertise · Medical professionals need to be open to alternative treatments, just make sure that the research is there to support using them You can learn more about Harvey Castro and connect with him through the links below: Website: https://www.trustedmedicalcenters.com/ Blog: http://www.successreinvention.com/ Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/drharveycastro LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/harveycastromd/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
Today we get a healthcare administrator’s perspective on healthcare from Lou Delice. He joined Rob Oliver on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast from West Virginia. Because Lou’s family is originally from Haiti, he has a unique viewpoint. Additionally, not only is he a healthcare administrator but he also has a degree in nursing (which he acquired after he began working in administration.) He has a background in orthopedics, neuroscience and rehab services. He is a member of the Millennial Generation (Generation Y.) Here are 3 things that stood out as Lou Delice shared a healthcare administrator’s perspective on healthcare: · One of the major problems in Haiti is the access to healthcare. There are places where quality healthcare is available, but they are at a considerable distance for some Haitians. · The best possible outcome in a healthcare environment is the one that meets the patient’s goal! · Medical professionals can improve the quality of healthcare by holding each other accountable when it comes to providing care. You can learn more about Lou Delice through the link below: LinkedIn http://linkedin.com/in/lou-d-2471175b To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We hear a rehabilitation nurse’s perspective on healthcare from Linda Schultz on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Linda is a member of the Baby Boomer Generation and is based in Missouri. She specializes in spinal cord injury and within that community is known as “Nurse Linda”. Additionally, she has a PhD in nursing research. Here are 3 things that stood out as Linda Schultz gave us a rehabilitation nurse’s perspective on healthcare: · When a person comes into the rehab setting, they are likely at their lowest point. Medical practitioners can only serve as guides to the individuals going through the rehabilitation process. · Quality healthcare is being able to find the middle ground, what are the needs and desires of the individual and how can we match those with the resources that are available to them? · There is a population that is not interested in research and new procedures until they become reality and are available to the public. You can learn more about “Nurse Linda” Schultz through the links below: Website: https://www.christopherreeve.org/living-with-paralysis/free-resources-and-downloads/ask-nurse-linda Blog: https://www.christopherreeve.org/blog/author/NurseLinda To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We hear a psychiatrist’s perspective on healthcare from Jennifer Reid on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. Originally from North Dakota, Jennifer has a private practice in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. She is a member of Generation X. Her specialties include anxiety disorders, insomnia, interpersonal conflict, loss and transition. Here are 3 things that stood out as Jennifer Reid gave us a psychiatrist’s perspective on healthcare: · The combination of medicine and psychotherapy is the best form of treatment, and she is able to spend a little more time with patients because she is in private practice · One of the things that is the same across the country is the stigma that is attached to having mental health issues · It is imperative that medical providers take care of themselves to prevent burnout. Medical workers can talk to a counselor or a coach or someone else about the issues that they face. You can learn more about Jennifer Reid and connect with her through the links below: Website http://www.thereflectivedoc.com Twitter http://twitter.com/docreflective Instagram https://www.instagram.com/thereflectivedoc/ LinkedIn https://www.linkedin.com/in/jennifer-reid-m-d-59146893/ To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
In this episode, we hear a fertility specialist’s perspective on healthcare from Naava Carman. She joins Rob Oliver on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast from her practice in the UK. Naava specializes in fertility, especially for populations that have complex issues related to fertility. She is a member of Generation X. In addition to acupuncture, she also is an herbalist and educator. Here are 3 things that stood out as Naava Carman shared a fertility specialist’s perspective on healthcare: · An integrated form of medical practice utilizes multiple modalities of treatments, a wide variety of remedies and a consortium of practitioners · Empowerment comes from providing patients with the information they need to make informed decisions · From a healthy couple comes the best chance for a healthy child You can learn more about Naava Carman through her website: Website: http://www.fertilitysupport.training/ Website: http://www.fertilitysupport.co.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/naavacarman Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/fertilitysupporttraining Instagram: http://instagram.com/fertilitysupport To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
In this episode we hear a prison nurse’s perspective on healthcare from Jack Houston, better known as Nurse Jack. He joined Rob Oliver on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast from his home in Texas. Nurse Jack has worked in psychiatry, surgery, and emergency medicine in community hospitals as well as prisons. He is a member of Generation X. Here are 3 things that stood out as Nurse Jack shared a prison nurse’s perspective on healthcare: · Mental illness is often associated with traumatic events in people’s lives. Many prisoners have experienced trauma before they enter prison. Almost all of them have experienced trauma in the prison system. · Quality healthcare means that we can get the same level of care and the same quality of care no matter who we are, no matter where we live and no matter what we look like. · In some prisons, the patient’s health care plan is better than the healthcare plan the staff receives. You can learn more about Nurse Jack Houston and his book through the links below: Website http://nursejack911.com Twitter http://twitter.com/nursejack911 To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
We hear a dermatologist’s perspective on healthcare from Dr. Ben Benham on this episode of the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver. A member of Generation X, Dr. Benham practices in Los Angeles California. He is the chief medical officer of Happy Head, a company that helps men and women counteract hair loss. Here are 3 things that stood out as Ben Benham shared a dermatologist’s perspective on healthcare: · Quality healthcare means that you have access to care and to have great care that is available to everyone · Finding the right medical practitioner who has the knowledge about your particular condition is the key to connecting with the right treatment plan · Telemedicine is one of the keys that may unlock access to health care for everyone, no matter where they are in the world You can learn more about Ben Benham and Happy Head through the links below: Website http://happyhead.com Facebook http://facebook.com/happyhead Instagram http://instagram.com/hihappyhead To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
In this episode we hear an anesthesiologist’s perspective on healthcare from Gurpreet Padda. He joined the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast with Rob Oliver from his home state of Missouri. In addition to being an anesthesiologist, he has expertise in pain, addiction, obesity and diabetes. Gurpreet is a member of the Baby Boomer Generation. One of the uniting factors of all these issues, he says, is meta-inflammation. Here are 3 things that stood out as Gurpreet Padda gave us an anesthesiologist’s perspective on healthcare: · The common thread that ties together all the epidemics and pandemics that we are facing is metabolic inflammation · Our bodies are not constructed to handle the types of food that we are eating and the frequency with which we are eating · Doctors and medical practitioners need to be role models for the types of behaviors they encourage their patients to follow. Overweight doctors are less likely to talk about weight issues with their patients and their patients are less likely to listen to them. You can learn more about Gurpreet Padda through his website: Website https://www.reversediabetes.md To connect with the show on social media use the links below: Twitter: http://twitter.com/yourkeynoter Facebook: http://facebook.com/yourkeynoter Instagram: http://instagram.com/yourkeynoter LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/company/yourkeynoter YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9ub8CjRQAmXsOEA4s9AYbw We would love to hear from you. Visit the “Contact Us” form: https://www.perspectivesonhealthcare.com/contact/ Look around the website for more Perspectives on Healthcare. Disclaimer: All opinions expressed by guests on the Perspectives on Healthcare Podcast are solely the opinion of the guest. They are not to be misconstrued as medical diagnoses or medical advice. Please consult with a licensed medical professional before attempting any of the treatments suggested.
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