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Conversations with Doctors, Developers and Decision Makers to promote innovation and collaboration for better healthcare enabled by technology

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Conversations with Doctors, Developers and Decision Makers to promote innovation and collaboration for better healthcare enabled by technology

    137 - How artificial intelligence is driving improvement in documentation workflows- Brian Mitchell, 3M

    137 - How artificial intelligence is driving improvement in documentation workflows- Brian Mitchell, 3M

    How can AI be used to improve data collection and enhance workflows?
    Brian Mitchell is the Business Manager, ANZ Region, 3M Health Information Systems Division, where he leads the business supporting healthcare technology and workflow/operational services transformation. 3M Health Information Systems is committed to creating more time to care and leading the shift from volume to value-based care. 3M is closing the loop between clinical care and revenue integrity, providing clinicians with real-time guidance and accurate documentation.
    In this episode, Pete and Bryan discuss 3M’s role in healthcare, hospital workflows, technology adoption in healthcare, data and much more. Tune into this episode to learn about building a healthcare information technology solution to suit a variety of users in a hospital setting and the emerging trends and themes surrounding data. 
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    136 - Closing the Gap of healthcare inequality with digital health. Colleen Birchley, Telstra Health.

    136 - Closing the Gap of healthcare inequality with digital health. Colleen Birchley, Telstra Health.

    Colleen Birchley is the General Manager of Primary & Community Health at Telstra Health. Colleen started her career as a Registered Nurse, then moved into the Telco and technology sector, both in Australia and Asia.
    Telstra Health provides technology solutions that connect healthcare providers with patients and each other and help improve the quality, efficiency and security of health services in Australia.
    In this episode, Pete and Colleen discuss the role of digital health in closing the equality gap within healthcare. They also explore the needs of communities and healthcare workers in rural and remote areas and much more. Colleen also shares how implementing digital health solutions solves problems in care continuity and helps close the equality gap within healthcare. Learn how to improve patient outcomes by integrating technology.
    Check out the episode and full show notes here.
    To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Telstra Health, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here. 
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    135 - In healthtech, why risk failure? Dr Chris Peyton, Ediofy

    135 - In healthtech, why risk failure? Dr Chris Peyton, Ediofy

    In this episode, you will learn why risking failure in health tech entrepreneurship is essential to success, as Dr Chris Peyton shares his journey and explains how social media learning improves medical education. Also, get a more in-depth understanding on the effectiveness of micro-learning.

    134 - Clinical Trial Business Models Innovation For GPs - Suhit Anantula and Dr Andrew Kellie, Plexus Research

    134 - Clinical Trial Business Models Innovation For GPs - Suhit Anantula and Dr Andrew Kellie, Plexus Research

    Changing the game of clinical trial involvement for GPs
     
    Suhit Anantula is a global business design leader and is the Founding CEO of Plexus Research. Dr Andrew Kellie is the Co-Managing Principal at East Adelaide Healthcare Clinic and has been a GP for many years. Plexus is a tech-driven community-based clinical trial network. The company enables clinics, clinicians and citizens to participate in clinical trials and contribute to global medical breakthroughs. Plexus research believes in democratising clinical trials to reach people wherever they are rather than people going to wherever clinical trials are based. 
    In this episode Pete, Suhit and Andrew discuss clinical trials and how GPs and clinic owners can become involved in the process. They also look into making clinical trials more accessible to patients. Tune into this episode to learn more about clinical trials in general practice and why GPs are ideal for patient recruiting. Also, get a better understanding of the roles and benefits that GPs can obtain in trials. Gain a deeper insight into the trials and go-to-market process for the 3 Ds clinical trial. 
    Check out the episode and full show notes here.
    To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Plexus Research, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here. 
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    133 - Values-based care-planning: How technology can help us with person led care. Rebecca Glover & April Creed, ExSitu.

    133 - Values-based care-planning: How technology can help us with person led care. Rebecca Glover & April Creed, ExSitu.

    April Creed has over twenty-five years of experience in Aged Care as a Registered Nurse, a Palliative Care Nurse and a Care Manager in a large Residential Aged Care Facility.
    Rebecca Glover has over sixteen years of experience in various environments in Aged Care, ranging from Residential Aged Care to Home Care. She has a passion for utilising technology to improve human outcomes.ExSitu is a web-based solution that uses card sorting to provide a supportive human experience to recognise when people are vulnerable and need that support. ExSitu helps people reflect on what is meaningful to them by stimulating their thought processes and gets them to speak.
    In this episode, Pete, April and Rebecca cover care planning and advanced care directives. They also discuss the Aged Care Royal Commission, healthcare and helping people close to you do what’s right by you when needed. Tune into this episode to hear how The Royal Commission’s recommendations can align with your aim for quality aged care. This episode covers the basics around advanced care planning. Learn how and why care providers should improve the care given to the elderly.
    Check out the episode and full show notes here.
    To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at Exsitu, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here. 

    132- Making Health Legally Legit. Sarah Bartholomeusz, You Legal

    132- Making Health Legally Legit. Sarah Bartholomeusz, You Legal

    Sometimes a little legal help goes a long way for practice owners.
    Sarah Bartholomeusz is the Founder and Principal of the law firm You Legal. She has over fifteen years of experience, actively practising corporate & commercial law. Sarah is passionate about how organisations set up their operations to minimise risks and maximise potential.
    You Legal provides healthcare leaders with the confidence and certainty they need to make bold decisions within their organisations. 
    In this episode, Sarah and Pete discuss all the essential medico-legal and commercial things that GP owners and healthcare practitioners need to know about running and owning their business. Legal expert Sarah Bartholomeusz shares tips on making sure that you run a legally compliant healthcare practice, and how medical practitioners can deal with the legal requirements for remote working and telehealth.
    Check out the episode and full show notes here.
    To see the latest information, news, events and jobs on offer at You Legal, visit their Talking HealthTech Directory here. 

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