SHCI Podcast Archive - May 2020
All SHCI Podcasts listed in chronological order for May 2020
Dr. Richard Zane
CIO of UCHealth
We spoke with Dr. Richard Zane, Chief Innovation Officer of UCHealth. He was not only incredibly informative and insightful, but a great sport when we told him we would be recording a video even though we didn't warn him in advance or give him time to change! Dr. Zane spent 14 years at Brigham and Women's, where he served as the Vice Chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine. Success in an emergency is all about preparation, and the speed with which you can adapt to changing realities on the ground.
Dr. Meena Seshamani
MD, PhD, VP of Clinical Care Transformation, Medstar Health
We interviewed Dr. Meena Seshamani, who as VP of Clinical Care Transformation at Medstar Health, leads value-based care initiatives across the 10-hospital, 300-outpatient clinic health system. Prior to her work at Medstar, Dr. Seshamani was the Director of the Office of Health Reform at the DOHHS, where she drove strategy and managed the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
CEO of StartAgain
Stephen Dansiger is the CEO of StartAgain and the founder of the MET(T)A Protocol. The protocol Stephen developed is based in the idea that integrating mindfulness and EMDR therapy represents best practice for providing trauma resolution, and trauma resolution represents the best outcome for people suffering from addiction and other mental and emotional health issues. Stephen spoke about tips for non-clinicians hoping to provide support for those going through difficult times, as well as about his work with clinicians to help them support others, and equally if not more importantly, themselves.
MD, CMO of ConsenSys
SHCI interviewed Dr. Alex Cahana, a pain medicine specialist with over 30 years of experience. Alex is currently the Chief Medical Officer for ConsenSys Health as well as the Lead I Blockchain (Healthcare) Expert for UN/CEFAC. We spoke about the utility of Blockchain in Healthcare, and how blockchain technology could be used in a future Pandemic to more effectively disseminate and verify information.