Data Book spotlights the best stories and insights in healthcare technology. Big data and artificial intelligence are changing medicine and the world, but innovation also brings grave cybersecurity concerns. Every other week, this Chief Healthcare Executive podcast explores the people and plots behind the health-tech evolution—and the solutions to its problems.
TytoCare Is Putting the Power of the Medical Exam in a Patient’s Hands
Hello, and welcome to a brand-new episode of Data Book, a Chief Healthcare Executive podcast. My name is Laura Joszt, and I’m the editorial director of CHE. Today, Dedi Gilad, CEO and co-founder of TytoCare, an at-home, handheld exam kit and app, joins me.
We discuss the evolving technology of a virtual visit, the current state of remote patient monitoring and more.
Cybersecurity Precautions Protect Patient Data and Care Delivery
On this week's episode of Data Book, Chief Healthcare Executive spoke with Jesse Fasolo, director of technology, infrastructure, and cybersecurity at St. Joseph’s Health in Paterson, New Jersey. We discussed cybersecurity for hospitals and health systems, the biggest threats and points of vulnerability, how attackers are evolving, how to respond when there is a breach, and more.
Big Health Is De-Stigmatizing Mental Health and Providing Broad Access With Digital Therapeutics
On this week's episode of Data Book, Chief Healthcare Executive spoke with Charlotte Lee, MBChB, of Big Health, a digital therapeutics company.
We discussed how the country of Scotland is taking steps to make a digital therapeutic solution for anxiety and insomnia available nationally to all residents, the importance of improved access to mental health care, reducing perceived stigma for mental health care and more.
Moving Healthier With the OneStep App
On this week's episode of Data Book, Chief Healthcare Executive spoke with Tomer Shussman and Hila Glick of OneStep, a physical therapy app. We discussed the challenges with traditional physical therapy, how OneStep improves the proportion of patients who complete their therapy, as well as future uses for the technology being utilized in the app.
Setting Up a Supply Chain Strategy for Success
On this week's episode of Data Book, Chief Healthcare Executive spoke with Ira Tauber, president of Triose, which works with health systems and hospitals on supply chain solutions. We discussed the supply chain issues that emerged at the beginning of the pandemic and how they were addressed, as well as potential upcoming supply chain issues at hospitals and health systems with an aging U.S. population.
Podcast: Match Made in Hospitals — Patient-Matching Technology Can Improve Healthcare
On this week's episode of Data Book, Clay Ritchey, CEO of Verato, a next-generation patient-matching solution for healthcare, speaks with Chief Healthcare Executive. He discusses how patient-matching technology can alleviate stress for providers and improve patient care. He also talks about the financial benefits this technology can have for hospitals and health systems, as well as potential data privacy concerns.
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Whether you’re well established as someone innovating in the healthtech ecosystem, or just getting started as a catalyst for change - this is a must-listen podcast for you! Samara does an incredible job leading conversations that cover a huge breadth of concepts related to navigating the cutting edge topics shaping healthcare today. Highly recommend listening and subscribing!
Fantastic interviews, great insight
I am a family medicine residency applicant right now, waiting to hear back in March. I research AI right now, and I’m even looking for a digital health focused residency. This podcast is one of the most insightful. I consistently pull over to take noteS from everything I learn. Thanks guys
Plenty of health IT podcasts out there, but this is the only one to engage the audience with high-caliber storytelling, which is sorely needed in this data-driven industry. The hosts do a great job offering valuable insights from history and offering commentary on current events. Plus the interviews are usually legitimate leaders in the space. 5 stars.