The Precision Insights podcast consists of inspiring conversations around precision medicine with industry thought leaders and innovators. Every two months (and sometimes more), we share the most cutting-edge technologies, processes, and initiatives in precision health.
Balancing Burnout: Pivoting Away from Retail Pharmacy with Elizabeth Newman
In this week’s podcast episode, Elizabeth Newman, a retail pharmacist who transitioned intro writing, joins Dave Wolfe from GenXys for an upbeat episode about Elizabeth's journey in pharmacy, her newer journey in writing, and where she's headed.
Hosted by Dave Wolfe, this podcast will provide insight into the experience of making big life changes and creating your own path, focusing on the feeling of burnout, pharmacy, and precision medicine.
(0:12): Elizabeth Newman introduction
(2:45): The transition from pharmacy to writing
(4:30): Self-talk during big changes
(8:00): Blending precision medicine and writing together
(14:32): "Transcend the box"
(20:16): Taking the leap
(23:55): Closing remarks
Pediatrics and Maternal Health (Part 1): Pediatrics, How Early Genotypes Will Enhance Future Health
In this week’s podcast episode, join Dave Wolfe from GenXys and Jena Quinn, owner of Perfecting Peds as they talk about Jena’s experience in pediatrics, her journey into precision medicine, and a discussion surrounding early genotypes and how they will enhance future health.
Hosted by Dave Wolfe, this podcast will provide insight into the role of precision medicine and pediatric medicine.
(0:28): About Jena Quinn
(1:50): Perfecting Peds
(5:31): What is a medical daycare?
(8:26): Common medication issues among medically complex populations
(11:26): Key indicators around deprescribing
(20:37): Pharmacogenetic variants and neonates
(28:05): Mental health and pediatrics
(32:23): Closing remarks
Pharmacogenetics Implementation in Primary Care, Pt. II The Role of the Pharmacy
Join us this week for an exciting follow-up episode with Dr. Martin Dawes, GenXys’ Chief Scientific Officer and Co-Founder, and Andrea Collins, a Clinical Pharmacist who leads Project Management at GenXys. This week, the tables are turned as they continue their engaging conversation from Part I about the behind-the-scenes work that goes into implementing pharmacogenetics into primary care.
Hosted by Dr. Martin Dawes, this podcast will provide insight into pharmacogenetics and its implementation into primary care with a focus on the pharmacy.
(1:09): Andrea Collins introduction
(3:11): What is a pharmacogenetic (PGx) test?
(6:36): Are PGx tests covered?
(12:36): PGx and Clinical Decision Support Software (CDSS)
(14:27): Medication reviews and PGx
(17:10): PGx through a pharmacist's view
(18:59): How will data from a PGx test be used?
(21:16): How do I choose a lab to do my test?
(24:26): How are pharmacists a key role?
(26:17): Closing remarks
Pharmacogenetics Implementation in Primary Care, Pt. I: Your Family Doctor
In this week’s podcast episode, Andrea Collins, a Clinical Pharmacist who leads Project Management at GenXys is joined by Dr. Martin Dawes, GenXys’ Chief Scientific Officer, and Co-Founder. Listen as they engage in a lively conversation about the implementation of pharmacogenetics in primary care and the work that goes on behind the scenes to make it happen.
Hosted by Andrea Collins, this podcast will provide clear direction into how pharmacogenetics is implemented into primary care.
(0:35): Dr. Martin Dawes introduction
(1:50): PGx in primary care
(3:42): Gamechangers in PGx
(6:25): Getting started with PGx
(9:55): Why primary care?
(14:59): Why is clinical decision support important for implementation?
(19:55): Overcoming concerns over PGx testing
(25:07): UK report on precision prescribing
(29:20): Closing remarks
Dr. Jamie Wilkey on implementing pharmacogenetics into point of care and the changing role of pharmacists
Dr. Jamie Wilkey, Founder of PGx Consulting Confidence Academy and CEO of Arches Health is joined by our CMO, Dr. Bernard Esquivel, to share her thoughts on implementing pharmacogenetics into point of care and the changing role of pharmacists.
(0:15) - Dr. Jamie Wilkey introduction
(3:08) - PGx as a piece of the puzzle
(5:16) - Delivering PGx to point of care
(9:20) - Education and training
(12:02) - The role of the pharmacist
(15:49) - Trends for pharmacists
(17:52) - Takeaways for pharmacists
(20:53) - Closing remarks
Dr. Asha Pai Bohannon on Diabetes and the Role of Pharmacists Dealing with Polypharmacy Issues with their Patients
Dr. Asha Pai Bohannon, PharmD, CDCES, CPT, Owner & CEO of Patient Advocacy Initiative (PAI) Wellness Group joins us to discuss holistic approaches to patient care, patient empowerment and education, and making an impact.
(0:23) - Dr. Asha Pai Bohannon introduction
(1:44) - Dr. Asha's holistic approach
(7:02) - Patient empowerment
(11:11) - Diabetes success story
(18:15) - Helping pharmacists become their own advocates
(21:45) - Making an impact
(26:50) - Provider Collaboration
(28:00) - Closing remarks
Informative in a fun way
I enjoy the golden nuggets I pick up from listening to the podcast. Most episodes are easy to listen to, fun, and informative. Great guests with pertinent information and knowledgeable hosts who navigate the discussion with insightful questions.
Great, Informative Podcast
This is a wonderful podcast I’ve enjoyed listening to describing the current state and the future of healthcare. Very good interviews with excellent questions. I learn a lot from every episode and leave wanting to learn more and do more within my profession as a pharmacist.
Keep the episodes coming!