On Cadence Conversations, we'll talk with prominent physicians, healthcare leaders, and tech entrepreneurs about their experience driving innovation and progress.
At Cadence, we believe that everyone deserves to receive the best care possible, and we won't stop working until that vision becomes reality. So join us!
Breaking down barriers to remote care with Dr Arshad Rahim
This week Meryl Holt, Head of Legal and Chief Compliance Officer at Cadence, is joined by Arshad Rahim, Chief Medical Officer of Population Health at Mount Sinai. They discuss the potential of telehealth and direct-to-consumer care models along with Dr. Rahim’s passion for driving value in healthcare and his role in managing value-based contracts for a population of 450,000 lives.
How Cadence reduces clinical burden and improves patient care, with Dr. Matthew Else and Devin Morris
This week Cadence visits the Utica Park Clinic in Tulsa, Oklahoma to connect with Dr. Matthew Els, a family physician that believes in staying closely connected with his patients to manage their chronic conditions more effectively, and Devon Morris, a nurse practitioner specializing in internal medicine. They've both witnessed remarkable improvements in patient care thanks to Cadence's Remote Patient Monitoring solution.
Enhancing patient care through remote monitoring, with Providence's Dr. Ken Kooser
This week, Chris Altchek, Founder & CEO of Cadence, is joined by Kenneth Kooser, MD from Providence. The two discuss how implementing team-based care requires a shift in mindset and a willingness to give up some control to operate effectively. By collaborating with other healthcare professionals, including pharmacists and nurses, physicians can provide a higher level of care to their patients. Dr. Kooser discusses how the transition to team-based care at his clinic was a natural extension of their approach, aligning with the integration of remote patient monitoring (RPM) in their practices.
Investing in the future of healthcare with Ardent Health Services CEO Marty Bonick
This week, Cadence Co-Founder & Board Member Kareem Zaki sits down with Marty Bonick, President and CEO of Ardent Health Services to discuss Ardent's continued investment in technology and innovation. They also chat about the challenge of using innovative technology to bridge the gap between patient & provider, and how it may be used to combat the effects of burnout.
Improving patient outcomes and engagement with Cadence
In this episode, Dr. Amanda Du Sablon from FryeCare joins to share her experience helping rural North Carolina patients, who often have difficulty accessing quality healthcare, improve their health outcomes by utilizing the Cadence platform, which offers cost-effective monitoring and interventions with engaging, visual data.
Improving chronic disease management using RPM technology
In a recent study, Dr. Benjamin M. Scirica and his team at Mass General Brigham found that remote patient monitoring platforms are effective in reducing blood pressure and lipid levels. This week, Dr. Scirica, an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School and Attending Cardiologist and Director of Innovation for the Cardiovascular Division at Brigham and Women's Hospital, spoke with Cadence’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Theodore Feldman about that study, along with Cadence’s recently published clinical data at the 2022 HFSA conference which showed similarly positive results in using remote patient monitoring to treat heart failure patients.
Timely topics in an ever changing industry.