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Each week, Health Affairs Editor-in-Chief Alan Weil brings you in-depth conversations with leading researchers and influencers shaping the big ideas in health policy and the health care industry. A Health Podyssey goes beyond the pages of the health policy journal Health Affairs to tell stories behind the research and share policy implications. Learn how academics and economists frame their research questions and journey to the intersection of health, health care, and policy. Health policy n ...
 
Built to Lead is a new companion offering that will make the leadership concepts of the Vernissage Health dialogue series accessible to all students in DLSPH and beyond. This new series is hosted by Matthew Goulbourne (MHSc Class 2020) and Sarah Sawaya (MHI Class 2021) two emerging health leaders uncovering what it takes to be a great leader in today’s healthcare system. The inaugural season of the Built to Lead podcast is entitled “Leadership: From Self-Doubt to Confidence." The five episod ...
 
Abigail Meller is an aspiring activist, feminist, and a couple of other –ists, with a passion for health policy, advocacy work, and civil rights. Join her as she discusses current public health, healthcare policy, and social justice issues on Generation Invincible, a bi-weekly podcast by a millennial, for millennials.
 
Join Julie Rovner, chief Washington correspondent for KHN, along with top health policy reporters from The New York Times, The Washington Post, Politico and other media outlets to discuss the latest news and explain what the health is going on here in Washington, D.C. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
JAMA Health Forum is a peer-reviewed, open-access JAMA Network journal focused on health policy. The journal publishes original research, evidence-based reports, and opinion about national and global health policy; innovative approaches to health care delivery; and health care economics, access, quality, safety, equity, and reform. The podcast highlights new articles and their authors as well as the latest news in health policy for a broad audience interested in improving health and health c ...
 
The American Health Law Association (AHLA) is the largest nonprofit, nonpartisan educational organization devoted to legal issues in the health care field with nearly 14,000 members. As part of its educational mission, AHLA's Speaking of Health Law podcasts offer thoughtful analysis and insightful commentary on the legal and policy issues affecting the health care system. AHLA is committed to ensuring equitable access to our educational content. We are continually improving the user experien ...
 
Health Innovation Matters is a biweekly, 30-minute podcast focusing on the next generation of healthcare innovators and movers-and-shakers who are disrupting the healthcare space. This podcast is all about increasing awareness of future health trends, accelerating technologies, and art and design perspectives. The podcast also provides a forum for elevating public discourse on ways healthcare can be more accessible, less costly, and more efficient. You'll hear about dynamic collaborations, b ...
 
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InOn Health Podcast

Kaakpema "KP" Yelpaala

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Health equity issues in our country have been around for decades – largely impacting communities of color and rural areas. When it comes to economic and racial disparities in health the evidence is clear. This is more than a hot topic. Covid-19 has exposed the underbelly of how social determinants of health and racial disparities play out in our country. What we need now is to impart lasting change. Welcome to the InOn Health podcast. I’m your host Kaakpema Yelpaala, and I’m the co-founder a ...
 
Ever wondered how automation will change the world? Maybe you puzzle over what India could do to ease traffic congestion, or how China's aircraft carriers will transform Indian Ocean geopolitics? All Things Policy, a daily podcast brought to you by the Takshashila Institution, brings you all the answers. Every weekday, our researchers break down complex economic and geopolitical ideas through the lens of current events. For everyone from the busy executive to the curious student, All Things ...
 
As cities around the world adapt to rapid urbanization, attention to the health of urban populations is critical. Conversations on Urban Health with Dr. Yonette Thomas is the only podcast focusing exclusively on the broad factors of urban health. We understand the health challenges and opportunities in urban environments are complex. If you are a researcher, educator, policymaker, practitioner, community leader, or urban health advocate, these conversations will resonate with you. Our guests ...
 
Health Care Rounds is a weekly podcast developed for health care leaders who are at the forefront of health care delivery and payment reform. Join Darwin Research Group founder and CEO John Marchica as he discusses the latest advancements in health care business news and policy developments, including interviews with dynamic leaders in health care. John is a veteran health care strategist and is leading ongoing research initiatives on health care delivery systems and value-based care. Health ...
 
Delaware Lt. Governor Dr. Bethany Hall-Long presents 'The State of Health in Delaware: A Movement to Improve Health and Wellness in the First State'. Join Lt. Governor Dr. Bethany Hall-Long and her Chief of Staff Keith Warren for conversations with your friends, colleagues and coworkers about health and wellness across the First State.State of Health in Delaware: a Movement to Improve Health and Wellness features a variety of guests including Governor John Carney, health initiative leaders, ...
 
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Lit Health

Center for Healthcare Narratives

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Welcome to Lit Health – lighting a fire underneath the status quo of healthcare through interviews with authors, healthcare leaders, and policymakers who are working to create a healthcare environment that is equitable, transparent, and that welcomes the needs of every patient – especially our vulnerable populations including the mentally ill, people of color and women who feel they are at risk in our current system, and anyone who feels bias or the isms affect their health and quality of li ...
 
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The COVID-19 pandemic has certainly affected our lives in more ways than one. It has impacted our engagement with others and disrupted daily routines. Apart from this, “Fearodemic" or the shadow pandemic has been the biggest trigger for mental health issues during the pandemic. In this episode, Aarthi Ratnam and Apurva Kumar talk about the effects …
 
The recently released Global Hunger Index sparked discussion on the methodology used to arrive at the figures. What exactly is this index? What are the larger challenges India faces in tackling hunger? Apurva Kumar and Suman Joshi try to unpack some aspects of this issue. Follow Apurva on Twitter @apurva__kr Follow Suman on Twitter @sujo2906 Read A…
 
Now that we have JAM, people want bread. Financial inclusion has been bandied about for decades with limited success but JAM (Jan Dhan, Aadhaar, Mobile) brings new hope. Sridhar Krishna and Aarushi Kataria are working on a project at the Takshashila Institution on policy initiatives to help create 20 million jobs each year in India. In this episode…
 
In Season 2 of Built to Lead: The Health Leaders of Tomorrow podcast, Matthew and Meghan explore leadership usingThe Minds of a Manager by Dr. Henry Mintzberg and Jonathan Gosling as a framework. Built to Lead. Your health care leadership journey starts here This Podcast is possible due to the generous support of the Vernissage Health Partners - As…
 
Postpartum depression is a common condition among people who give birth. Within four weeks of childbirth, 13% of women experience postpartum depression with as many as 19% of women affected three months postpartum. Mothers who experienced postpartum depression are more likely to experience impaired mother-infant bonding, which has been linked to in…
 
The China Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) is facing trouble on more than one front. These include China’s frustration with the lack of progress on the economic projects, the emerging security threat from a resurgent Tehrik-e-Taliban Pakistan, and the growing anti-China sentiment in Pakistan. How will these challenges impact their all-weather stra…
 
The use of Artificial Intelligence technologies is on a rise across the globe. Countries are increasingly demonstrating a keen interest in regulating their use, specifically the effects of such technologies on civic life. In this episode, Sapni G K and Megha Pardhi join Mihir Mahajan to look beyond the buzzwords and discuss regulatory initiatives t…
 
The health service is clearly in a jam in the wake of covid - so why have Sajid Javid’s plans for ‘a year of reform’ antagonised some managers, GPs and other staff?’ We get into some of the challenges faced by the health secretary, how to balance ambition with NHS recovery and why the NHS doesn’t want to go back to how things were before covid hit.…
 
The Quad grouping has launched several new initiatives over last few months. While this is an encouraging development, there are concerns that the grouping has way too many items on its plate. Which of these areas should the Quad prioritise and why? Listen in to Hayley Channer, Senior Policy Fellow at the Perth USAsia Centre in conversation with Pr…
 
Aneel chats with Roger Lam, Director of Engineering, at MBX Systems about how AI is transforming the health care industry. MBX Systems is an OEM/ODM of embedded, edge and data center hardware for medical ISVs and OEMs. Lam leads a team of engineers who develop next-gen hardware platforms for medical devices and AI/machine learning applications, to …
 
Negotiations on the health parts of President Joe Biden’s domestic agenda are getting serious but have yet to produce a deal every Democrat can support. Meanwhile, the Food and Drug Administration remains without a nominated leader but manages to take the first steps toward approving over-the-counter hearing aids. Joanne Kenen of Politico and Johns…
 
While semiconductor design has always been a strong suit for India, the extremely complicated manufacturing process of semiconductor chips has never taken off in the country. Should India stick to its strengths or go all in to create a state-of-the-art fabrication facility to compete on the global stage? Arjun Gargeyas talks to Pranay Kotasthane on…
 
‘Gastrodiplomacy' is a tool some states have used to promote themselves, a prominent example being Thailand. How effective have such food campaigns been? Ameera Rao and Priyal D'almeida discuss the effects of promoting gastrodiplomacy and its relevance in bolstering soft power today. Follow Ameera on Twitter @AmeeraRao Follow Priyal on Twitter @Lyn…
 
In this episode of AHLA's monthly series on fraud and abuse issues, Matthew Wetzel, Partner, Goodwin Procter, speaks to Jennifer Michael, Bass Berry & Sims, and Samantha Flanzer, OIG, about OIG’s September 24 Request for Information (RFI) on how to improve its guidance and “modernize the accessibility and usability of our publicly available resourc…
 
Systems of oppression like racism, sexism, and classism lead to poor health outcomes. These factors are a source of poor mental health and have particular implications for pregnant and birthing people. Black women who face multiple axes of oppression experience higher rates of maternal mental health conditions than the population as a whole. Yet ma…
 
Over the past few years, online fantasy sports in India have gone from being a rather shady area of niche interest to becoming ubiquitous, so much so that a fantasy sports platform was the title sponsor of IPL 2020. The industry holds significant economic promises, but its growth has been hindered by arbitrary bans in various Indian states. Karnata…
 
With recent headlines warning of impending hostilities between Serbia and Kosovo, there is greater attention again on the proverbial powder keg of conflict in Eastern Europe. The EU and NATO have expanded their influence in the Balkans in recent decades. Turkey and Russia, the two nations with historically significant influence in the region, conti…
 
How can medical staff leaders address concerns around provider professionalism? Sharon Beckwith, CEO, MDReview, speaks with Don Lefkowits, MD, FACEP, physician at Denver Health and current president of the Colorado Medical Board, and Sara Cameron, CPMSM, CPCS, Director of Medical Staff Services at Hospital Sisters Health System, about the steps tha…
 
Health inequalities for those with a mental illness, learning disability or autism have existed for decades and the coronavirus pandemic has made them even worse. We dedicate this episode to talk about why patients in this group have worse global health outcomes than the rest of the population, why “sticking-plaster solutions” don’t cut it anymore …
 
Like almost everything else associated with the covid-19 pandemic, partisans are taking sides over whether vaccines should be mandated. Meanwhile, Democrats on Capitol Hill are still struggling to find compromise in their effort to expand health insurance and other social programs. Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico, Jen Haberkorn of the Los Angele…
 
India’s Women Labor Force Participation Rate (WLFPR) rate is at an abysmal 21%. Why does this matter? What are the factors that are driving this trend? And what can be done to course-correct? Priti Kataria, Anupriya Mohta and Aarushi Kataria discuss all this and more. Anurpriya Mohta has an academic background in business and marketing. Seeking to …
 
How can medical staff leaders address concerns around provider professionalism? Sharon Beckwith, CEO, MDReview, speaks with Don Lefkowits, MD, FACEP, physician at Denver Health and current president of the Colorado Medical Board, and Sara Cameron, CPMSM, CPCS, Director of Medical Staff Services at Hospital Sisters Health System, about some of the c…
 
Chelsea Clinton, Phil, MPH, joins KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. Chelsea is a longtime public health advocate and the vice chair of the Clinton Foundation where she works to improve the lives and inspire emerging leaders across the United States and around the world. In addition to her Foundation work, Chelsea teaches at Columbia Un…
 
Mental health conditions, such as mood and anxiety disorders are diagnosed in one of every five pregnant or postpartum people. Despite this high burden of morbidity and mortality and economic costs, perinatal mental illness is poorly addressed by the current US healthcare system. Jennifer Moore, founding executive director of the Institute for Medi…
 
The Wall Street Journal's Facebook Files and subsequent revelations made by the whistle-blower Frances Haugen have documented many online harms present on Facebook's various platforms based on its own internal research. In this episode, Prateek Waghre and Sapni GK join Rohan Seth to unpack the revelations and what a news cycle involving large techn…
 
Infrastructure projects and technology investments under BRI have led to a sustained expansion of China’s stake and presence across Africa. What is the aim of this engagement? Is there a larger power struggle between the West and China? Arjun Gargeyas talks to Ameera Rao about the possible implications of Chinese investments and influence in Africa…
 
State Medicaid programs are required to cover all drugs approved by the US Food & Drug Administration (FDA), including those that have received accelerated approval from the FDA to treat serious or life-threatening illnesses such as HIV or cancer. These drugs with accelerated approval may be beneficial based on surrogate end points such as changes …
 
Wes Morris, Managing Principal Consultant, Clearwater, speaks with Andrea Lee Linna, Partner, McGuireWoods, about the key steps that can make the difference between an organization’s effective response to a HIPAA data breach and one that sets it down a troublesome path. With cyberattacks accelerating and the rich data pool flowing across the health…
 
We discuss Sajid Javid’s first Tory conference as health secretary and try and pin down the “fundamental and far-reaching reforms” he pledged to make. Also – the biggest review of NHS leadership in 40 years has been announced by the government. We discuss why now, when healthcare leaders are under more pressure than ever, what it hopes to achieve a…
 
The late 11th and early 12th centuries saw the origins of two remarkable religious traditions that have continued to survive to this day: Virashaivism and Srivaishnavism. Anirudh Kanisetti speaks to history scholars Revanth Utkalam and Prathik Sudha Murali to understand how they engaged with state and social structures in the medieval period. Follo…
 
Did you know that rheumatic diseases cost the U.S. healthcare system an estimated $128 billion annually? That fact forms the basis of a riveting conversation between Aneel and Dr. Andrew Concoff,. Executive Vice President and Chief Value Medical Officer at United Rheumatology. Concoff describes the unique challenges faced by rheumatologists in priv…
 
The polarizing abortion issue threatens to tie up Congress, the Supreme Court and the states for the coming year. Meanwhile, Congress kicks the can down the road to December on settling its spending priorities. Joanne Kenen of Politico and the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, Yasmeen Abutaleb of The Washington Post and Sarah Karlin-Smith of t…
 
September 2021 has been an important month for the future of the internet, in Russia and around the world. The Play Store and the App Store have bowed to pressure and removed a ‘smart voting’ app from Alexei Navalny's team just before the Russian elections. Rohan Seth talks to Prateek Waghre and Sapni GK about implications for global cyberspace goi…
 
After 50 days of the Taliban takeover in Afghanistan, the situation remains tense. The ISI-imposed interim government is struggling to provide political stability even as the humanitarian crisis worsens. As the interests of regional powers come into conflict in Afghanistan, what is likely to happen next? Arjun Gargeyas joins Anand Arni and Shrey Kh…
 
General counsel have played a much greater leadership role than ever before in response to the pandemic. Nancy Reiner, Partner, Major, Lindsey & Africa, speaks with Blaire Bernard, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Iora Health, about her experiences as a health-tech general counsel during the pandemic. They discuss how risk was managed, ho…
 
Dr. Brandi Jackson, chief behavioral health officer at Howard Brown Health, and Kevin Dedner, CEO and founder of Hurdle, join KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. Dr. Jackson and Kevin address the structure of the mental healthcare system in the United States. They elaborate how the current system lacks effective therapeutic alliance for …
 
Most office workers think of paid sick leave as a benefit for them and their family members, but there are societal benefits to paid sick leave as well. Since 1993, the United States has guaranteed access to unpaid sick leave through the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) but that guarantee leaves out a large number of workers. A growing number of…
 
India's judicial system is in need for a whole host of reforms. However, one crucial aspect of this reform process should be the regulation of judicial data. This requires ensuring the right balance between transparency and privacy. In this episode, Aakanksha Mishra and Siddharth Mandrekar Rao talk to Sarthak Pradhan, about the reasons and the mech…
 
Aneel talks with Jim Elliot, Chief Marketing Officer at AdvancedMD, about why his company was uniquely positioned to assist independent practitioners with virtual patient care during the pandemic, especially in the mental health space. Since joining AdvancedMD in 2008, he has played a key role in growing the company 10-fold by promoting a customer-…
 
The UK has released its first-ever National Space Strategy document, which emphasizes the importance of nurturing its space sector, its concerns about adversarial counter-space capabilities, and its desire for international collaboration towards mitigating in-orbit threats. Aditya Ramanathan joins Aditya Pareek to discuss the document and think thr…
 
Negotiations continue on Capitol Hill over President Joe Biden’s health agenda — along with a long list of other items. With Republicans on the sidelines, liberal Democrats delayed a House vote on a Senate-passed infrastructure bill to extract moderates’ support for a social-spending bill that includes expansions of benefits for Medicare, Medicaid …
 
Real estate is an essential element of health care. Goran Musinovic, Vice President, Realty Trust Group, hosts a conversation with three real estate directors who offer insights into their health systems’ real estate operations. They discuss: The role of real estate and its impact on organizational decision making. How the real estate function is s…
 
On the podcast this week we look ahead to winter and ask whether NHS England’s ten-point A&E action plan could prevent a crisis. We also discuss important changes to infection control guidance and whether this could make a difference to the ever-growing elective backlog.
 
Theyyam rituals in Kerala, performed annually by communities across the state, contain fascinating subaltern mythologies and musical practices passed down through centuries. Archaeologist and musician Aditya Mohanan joins Anirudh Kanisetti to discuss his latest research, an ethnomusicological study of Theyyam and its practitioners. Follow Anirudh o…
 
Artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI-ML) have been used to detect, diagnose and prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus. One such approach was used by Greece to screen potential asymptomatic cases entering the country. This machine-learning system has been described in the latest issue of Journal Nature (Efficient and targeted COVID-19…
 
Many developed countries in Europe and Asia have an ageing population and a shortage of skilled people to fill vacancies in the workforce. India has a very young population with over 18 million people reaching the age of 18 each year. Can we find ways to encourage and facilitate the emigration of a few million people each year from India to fill th…
 
In statements throughout his tenure as Director of HHS’ Office for Civil Rights from 2017-2021, Roger Severino was repeatedly critical of organizations for not performing a risk analysis or taking action to mitigate identified risks, as required by the HIPAA Security Rule. Clearwater Executive Chairman Bob Chaput talks to him about why he’s so pass…
 
Dr. Veronica Gillispie-Bell joins KP in this episode of the InOn Health podcast. Veronica is the senior site lead and section head for women’s services at Ochsner Health. She is also the medical director for the Perinatal Quality Collaborative and Pregnancy Associated Mortality Review for the Louisiana Department of Health. Veronica discusses impli…
 
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