Stay connected to the changing landscape of Patient Experience through the To Care is Human Podcast Series. The Beryl Institute is committed to elevating the human experience in healthcare by providing a platform for all voices in patient experience to be heard. Join us weekly as the Institute shares conversations with those leading, delivering, and receiving care.
Hosted by Jason Wolf, PH. D., CPXP, President The Beryl Institute
Tiffany Christensen, CPXP, Vice President Experience Innovation The Beryl Institute.
A Story of Faith, Hope and Survival
Rosie Bartel is a powerful voice for patients and families. After an infection changed her life forever, she chose to share her story and help organizations working to improve patient experience across the US. This podcast "unpacks" the faith, hope and desire to survive she attributes to her ability to get through difficult caregiving journeys and great personal medical challenges. Enjoy hearing from this bright light in healthcare today.
"We all are a spider web connected to many strands"
As we face the COVID-19 crisis, we also face many losses. How might we leverage what we know about grief and loss to help staff, clinicians and community members get the support they need? Isabel Stenzel Bynres is a cystic fibrosis, lung transplant patient who has lived through many losses and is now a grief counselor in the San Francisco Bay Area. If you are seeking a sense of comfort and normalcy during this time of unrest, listen to this podcast featuring a wise woman with a lot of relevant expertise to share. Consider how her perspective might inform how we can better engage staff and providers as they seek to heal from the stress of COVID-19.
A Conversation with Robert Earley, President and CEO, JPS Health Network
How can healthcare organizations harness their core values and find new ways of supporting each other during a COVID-19 surge? At the helm of the award winning health system in Fort Worth Texas, JPS Health Network, Robert Early shares his approach to ensuring his workforce remains focused on the human experience in healthcare while also being acknowledged for the challenges they face. Join us for this uplifting conversation about ensuring COVID-19 does not change the "why" of patient experience but requires adaptability to find new approaches to the "how."
"We have these conversations in our living rooms"
Nikki Montgomery is a certified patient advocate, patient and mother to a son with complex medical challenges. She is also a Black woman who understands the necessity for culturally competent care. How does a patient find a culturally competent provider? Nikki gives us her hard-won strategies on that and pushes us to address systemic racism through measurement.
A Conversation with James Hildreth, Ph.D, M.D., President and Chief Executive Officer, Meharry Medical College
A true pioneer in medicine and a renowned immunologist, Dr. Hildreth shares the life experiences that have led him to his career and calling as well as his mission to improve equity in healthcare. He eloquently wrestles with the realities of discrimination and whether we truly value all lives in the same way. This question is more important than ever before and highlighted by the disparities in patient outcomes during the Coronavirus pandemic.
A Conversation with Marsha Sinanan-Vasishta, Deputy Chief Nursing Officer, Mount Sinai Morningside
This community briefing and conversation addresses health disparities in a time of crisis and beyond. Marsha Sinanan-Vasishta shed light on how the COVID-19 crisis has amplified systemic racism and specifically the difficult realities of disparities in healthcare. Listen for a conversation on how we can improve going forward and the action steps that are necessary for everyone to have equal access in healthcare, regardless of race.
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Great sound, great content
I love the sound quality on this series and the storytelling. Fascinating discussions!