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For Your Informatics Podcast https://www.amia.org/women-amia-initiativewas created by and for members to inform and inspire the informatics community towards action around opportunities for women in AMIA to improve health and healthcare. As a part of this mission, in 2018 champions of the Women in AMIA initiative, Drs. Wendy Chapman, Jessie Tenenbaum, Deepti Pandita, Merida Johns, and Laurie Griggs, started the Women in AMIA (WIA) Podcast. The WIA Podcast was an outlet to share opportunities ...
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Informatics Overload

Matthew Cumming

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Welcome to Bentleigh's premier VCE Informatics podcast. Here we will be talking about key issues, ideas and knowledge points from within the Informatics curriculum. Cover art photo provided by Ilze Lucero on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@ilzelucero
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Inform Me, Informatics

Public Health Informatics Institute

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From the Public Health Informatics Institute, this podcast tells stories from the field of public health informatics. Join host Piper Hale as she talks to some of the field's top experts and boots-on-the-ground practitioners to explore what makes this evolving discipline a bedrock of effective public health practice. These stories make this complex field into something a little easier to understand. Learn more about the Public Health Informatics Institute at phii.org.
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DataLab: The Materials Informatics Podcast

DataLab Materials Informatics Podcast

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Welcome to DataLab: The Materials Informatics Podcast. In DataLab, we’ll help you navigate the world of Materials Informatics, or MI. We interview leaders in government, industry and academia who are pushing the frontier of materials informatics. We will cover technology issues such as the software infrastructure underpinning MI, as well as human issues such as what kind of team you need to be successful with MI.
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Informatics Cafe - A Taste of Informatics

College of Informatics, Northern Kentucky University

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Finding human meaning in a world of data is what Informatics is all about. Join us in the Informatics Café as an eclectic variety of experts have coffee with our host Mike Nitardy of Frost-Brown-Todd, to discuss topics across communication, business, technology, and science from their unique perspectives. We come to you from the campus of Northern Kentucky University, on a hilltop overlooking the skyline of Cincinnati. Informatics Cafe is a production of Informatics+, the outreach arm of the ...
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Pharmacy, IT, & Me: Your Informatics Pharmacist Podcast

Tony Dao, PharmD, EMBA, CPHIMS, FCPhA

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Informatics Pharmacist, Tony Dao, hosts this podcast series that discusses different aspects and topics in the pharmacy informatics and pharmacy technology space and how leveraging the IT tools in the healthcare landscape can ultimately improve patient care and satisfaction. ** Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with which speakers have been, is now, or will be affiliated. **This podcast is NOT monetized or supporte ...
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Co-Hosts: Leyla Warsame, MD and Davina Zamanzadeh, PhD Guest: Dr. Victoria Nichols Johnson, MD, retired Associate Professor and Physician from Southern Illinois University School of Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She is the founder and past president of the Academy of Breastfeeding Medicine, and past chair of the Ethical, Legal, and Social …
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How does social media challenge or reinforce our own biases? On this episode, we sat down with the University of Pennsylvania's Desmond Upton Patton to discuss his research on social media and adolescence. We talk about the many roles social media has for young people and how they have taken advantage of social media as a storytelling mechanism and…
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314. Digital Medicine Challenges feat. Dr. Smit Patel Intended Audience: Everyone Originally recorded mid 2023 👨‍⚕️📱 Today's episode is an insightful conversation with Dr. Smit Patel, where we delve into the complex realm of Digital Medicine. Dr. Patel shares invaluable insights into the challenges this innovative field encounters, tackling issues …
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In part 1 of our new series on the national Data Modernization Initiative, two outstanding modernization experts from the Ohio Department of Health join the show to talk about Ohio's data modernization journey. Chief Data Officer Jonathon George and State Epidemiologist Kristen Dickerson shared with us how Ohio was able to build on a strong foundat…
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313. Becoming a Data Analyst Pharmacist feat. Dr. Stephen To Intended Audience: Everyone In today's episode, we host the Dr. Stephen To, unveiling the intricate journey that has shaped his young career in the realm of pharmacy informatics. Join us as he delves into the rich tapestry of experiences garnered through his pharmacy residency and the nua…
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Is every clinical trial created equal? In this episode, we learn some shocking information about the proportions of populations normally included in clinical trials. We specifically cover recent treatments for Alzheimer’s disease to discuss how we may have failed to consider minority populations in our research and how we can use precision medicine…
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Guest Host: Kevin Wiley, PhD, Medical University of South Carolina Guest: Prof. Meredith Broussard, Associate Professor at the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Insititute of New York University and Research Director at the NYU Alliance for Public Interest Technology. Her work has been featured in the New Yorker, the New York Times, the Atlantic, BBC, Wi…
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312. Setting Up Telehealth for Success feat. Dr. Beju Shah Intended Audience: Everyone In today's episode, we dive deep into the dynamic world of Telehealth, and we've got a special guest with a wealth of knowledge to share! Dr. Beju Shah, a Telehealth Success Manager, is here to unravel the intriguing journey that led him to this pivotal role and …
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311. Empowering Pharmacists with Bayesian Dosing Tools feat. Dr. Sharmeen Roy Intended Audience: Everyone Note: During the time of this recording, Dr. Roy was the Senior Director for Pharmacy Solutions at DoseMeRx. As of October 2023, Dr. Roy is now Chief Strategy & Science Officer, and DoseMeRx has grown as a company. In this episode of "Pharmacy,…
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310. A Pharmacist's Journey into Health Tech Consulting feat. Pamela Mackey Intended Audience: Everyone In today's episode, we have the distinct pleasure of hosting a thought-provoking interview with Pamela Mackey, a Senior Consultant whose career journey offers a fascinating perspective on the intersection of pharmacy and healthcare technology. Wi…
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Hosts: Sabrina Hsueh PhD Adela Grando, PhD Guest: Regina Barzilay, School of Engineering Distinguished Professor of AI & Health in the Department of Computer Science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the AI Faculty Lead at MIG Jameel Clinic In this episode, part of a special collaboration between ACM ByteCast and the American Medical…
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In this episode, we tackle an all-too-familiar topic: misinformation. Since the COVID-19 pandemic, we have seen how technology and social media can be used to both spread health information awareness and popularize misinformation. The question remains: in the age of technology, how can we be sure about the validity of the information we are receivi…
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309. Health Tech and Interoperability feat. Dr. Brian Fung Intended Audience: Everyone In this episode, we had the privilege of sitting down with Dr. Brian Fung, delving into the fascinating journey of his transition into the realm of healthcare technology. Driven by a profound passion for advancing healthcare interoperability, he shared his invalu…
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Hosts: Sabrina Hsueh, PhD Adela Grando, PhD Guest: Mor Peleg, PhD, University of Haifa's Data Science Research Center In this episode, part of a special collaboration between ACM ByteCast and the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)’s For Your Informatics podcast, hosts Sabrina Hsueh and Adela Grando welcome Mor Peleg, Professor of Infor…
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In this episode, we look at the genetic basis for different psychiatric disorders, the interconnectedness of psychological and physical symptoms, and how they apply to our ongoing conversation regarding health equity. For this episode, we welcomed back some of our previous guests: Lea Davis Ph.D. is an Associate Professor in the Division of Genetic…
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Mickey Mentzer of Major League Baseball's Cincinnati Reds shares how the Reds use data analysis, AI, and a host of IoT sensors and equipment to analyze player performance to provide intelligence to players, coaches, and trainers on and off the field.College of Informatics, Northern Kentucky University
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308. Digitalization of Health and Pharmacy-Focused Digital Health feat. Dr. Timothy Aungst - The Digital Apothecary Originally recorded in late 2022. Intended Audience: Digital Health Enthusiasts 🎙️ Don't miss our latest episode of the Pharmacy, IT, & Me podcast! 🌐 Join us as we sit down with Dr. Timothy Aungst, aka The Digital Apothecary, to explo…
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306. From Pharmacy to Enterprise Operation Informatics feat. Quyen Ly Intended Audience: Everyone Originally recorded in mid 2022. In this episode of Pharmacy, IT, & Me, pharmacist Quyen Ly returns to share her experiences in navigating the pharmacy landscape during the COVID-19 pandemic and her new role as Global Head of Service, Enterprise Operat…
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305. Last Week in Health IT for May 29th, 2023 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with …
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In this episode, we talk a bit about the recent advances in large language models, also known as GPT/ChatGPT. We have two wonderful guests: Christoph U. Lehmann, M.D., is a Professor of Pediatrics, Population and Data Sciences, and Bioinformatics at UT Southwestern, where he directs the Clinical Informatics Center. In addition, Chris was the first …
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Host: Dr. Sabrina Hsueh and Dr. Sullafa Kadura Guest: Dr. Holly Urban, MD, MBA, VP of Clinical Product Design at Clinicomp Fireside chat with Dr. Holly Urban: Career transition from clinician to product management Dr. Holly Urban is a pediatrician and clinical informaticist. She received her BA from Stanford, her MD from the University of Colorado,…
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304. Medical Informatics and Technology Adoption feat. Dr. Matthew Sakumoto Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we move away from the pharmacy informatics space and delve into medical informatics and technology adoption. Our special guest, Dr. Matthew Sakumoto, is a CMIO and virtual care physician in Northern California, and he shares w…
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Repost: One Goal, Many Paths - Next Steps After Not Matching feat. Drs. Brian Fung, Beju Shah, David Vu, Tony Dao Today’s episode is a REPOST to 2019’s special episode about next steps after not matching. The four of us have had different stories on what we did after not matching and want to let you know that it’s OKAY. There’s still Phase 2, there…
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303. Last Week in Health IT for March 9th, 2023 **Intended Audience: Everyone ** Check out this week’s episode for the latest healthcare IT news. Healthcare Workers Thinking About Quitting Often: https://www.healthcareitnews.com/news/healthcare-workers-still-think-about-quitting-often-even-well-staffed-teams Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of…
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302. CDS and PGY2 Pharmacy Informatics Training feat. Dr. Marc Willner Intended Audience: Everyone Originally recorded in early 2022. On today's episode, we had the opportunity to speak with lead pharmacy informatics specialist and residency program director, Dr. Marc Willner, on his career journey and what his role is in terms of clinical decision…
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This episode is going to introduce the concepts of health equity and biomedical informatics. We'll revisit this theme multiple times in 2023 but ST and I wanted to kick off the year with this overview that will also serve to provide a framework for some of what we will be discussing as we revisit this theme. We are really lucky to have two guests, …
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Host: Anita Murcko, MD, MACP, FAMIA Guests: Marianne Sharko, MD, MS, and Trent Rosenbloom, MD, MPH, FACMI, FAMIA Description: This podcast is focused on information blocking and sensitive health data, more specifically, the newly implemented 21st Century Cures Act and the unanticipated impact these regulations have on teens, parents, and providers.…
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301. Being a Pharmacist in Healthcare Technology feat. Dr. Dennison Lim Intended Audience: Everyone Pharmacists that transition to health tech companies need to consider what they are looking for in the health tech field. On today's episode, Dr. Dennison Lim, a former informatics pharmacist that has moved into the health tech space, shares his jour…
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Host: Leyla Warsame, MD Guests: Kevin Wiley, PhD Kenrick Cato, PhD, RN, CPHIMS, FAAN Tina Hernandez-Boussard, PhD Adrienne Pichon, MPH, PhD Description: Listen in on the discussion of defining and reducing AI Bias during the live recording at the AMIA 2022 Annual Symposium.
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300. Pharmacy Tools for Investigational Drug Studies feat. Dr. Michael Schlesselman Intended Audience: Everyone Originally recorded early 2022 Investigational drug services and studies are a complicated beast. How does pharmacy informatics and technology play a role? On today's episode, Dr. Michael Schlesselman joins us to discuss how we can levera…
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This episode, ST and I cover one of the hottest non-COVID topics in healthcare today. We strike at the heart of clinician burnout and in particular issues related to unnecessary documentation. Our guests today were discovered by Sam Butler from Epic, who invited them to present their incredible work at a national meeting where I was an attendee. I …
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This promises to be an incredibly informative podcast for most of us., If there was anything learned from the pandemic, it was the importance of data and helping most of us track SARS CoV2 prevalence wherever we traveled when we traveled, as well as to manage vaccine compliance within specific regions or states. Health information exchange was vita…
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299. Applying Clinical Informatics feat. Dr. Scott Nelson Intended Audience: Everyone Originally recorded January 2022. On today's episode, our special guest and highly involved informaticist, Dr. Scott Nelson, shares his journey into the pharmacy informatics and clinical informatics field. In this episode: His journey towards pharmacy informatics …
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NKU students and faculty advisor chat with Mike about their new Internet of Things club. They discuss learning and inventing in this peer-led maker group where all disciplines partner in creative problem-solving tech projects.Jonathan Makunga, Nick Klaene, Chris Brewer, Mike Nitardy. Produced and edited by Chris Brewer.
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Hello and welcome to Informatics in the Round, a podcast designed to help everyone become a part of the dialog about topics in biomedical informatics. I’m Kevin Johnson, a physician and informatics researcher at the University of Pennsylvania. @kbjohnsonmd on Twitter, www.kevinbjohnsonmd.net on the web! The overturning of Roe v. Wade has had a sign…
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298. Senior Clinical Consultant in Health Care Technology feat. Dr. William Starnes Intended Audience: Everyone Experience in pharmacy operations is essential before stepping into a role of clinical consulting in health care technology! On today's episode originally recorded February 2022, we had the opportunity to speak with our special guest, Dr.…
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297. DocStation, COVID-19, and the EHR for the Pharmacist feat. Dr. Samm Anderegg Intended Audience: Everyone Originally recorded on February 22, 2022 On today's episode, we spoke with returning guest, Dr. Samm Anderegg. In this episode, Dr. Anderegg, CEO of DocStation, talks about the expansion of his company and how the COVID-19 pandemic has chan…
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Einstein found it creepy, referring to it as "spooky action," and while his reasons are likely different than yours, there's no doubt that the upcoming quantum computing revolution is likely to unsettle most. In the span of a few short years, the tech that protects trade secrets, government files, your online banking, the stock market, shopping, an…
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This episode of IIR focuses on the functions we want in our EHR portals, including some research into some surprising new uses for portal information. Our special guest is a brilliant young faculty member from Johns Hopkins. Kevon-Mark Jackman is a Dr.PH and MPH, and an assistant professor of pediatrics, in adolescent medicine. We met a few months …
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296. Feasibility and TELOS Strategy Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics Today's episode we go over a brief overview of the first step of the waterfall model, which is looking into feasibility. One of the ways to approach this is adopting a TELOS strategy: T - Technological - looking into the technology aspect and seeing if the proj…
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295. Last Week in Health IT for Friday, July 1st, 2022 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any enti…
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How death is discussed before the proverbial final course is served is an area Dr. Andrea Lambert South researches. As a family communication scholar, her research focuses on learning and telling the stories of families and family dynamics, and how communication plays a role in who we are and how we interact with each other. So what has she, and he…
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294. The Pharmacy HIT Collaborative and Healthcare's Digital Transformation feat. Executive Director Shelly Spiro Intended Audience: Everyone The future of healthcare IT relies on the development of standards today!🏥💻 On today's episode, we speak with Executive Director of the Pharmacy HIT Collaborative, Pharmacist Shelly Spiro, on what the group i…
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293. Last Week in Health IT for June 13th, 2022 Intended Audience: Everyone Welcome to another episode of Last Week in Health IT where we talk about some of the significant Health IT-related news items that occurred in the past week. Disclaimer: Views expressed are those of the individuals and do not reflect thoughts and opinions of any entity with…
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Host: Anita Murcko, MD, FACP, FAMIA Clinical Associate Professor, Arizona State University Introduction: Dina Santucci, Vice President of Business Development Guests: Eileen Koski, MPhil, FAMIA Program Director, Health Data & Insights, Health Care & Life Sciences, IBM T.J. Watson Research Center Russell B. Leftwich, MD, FAMIA Senior Clinical Adviso…
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292. Managing Medication Technology feat. Dr. Matthew Farley Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we had the opportunity to interview Dr. Matthew Farley, Senior Manager in Medication Technology at Fresenius Kabi USA. Prior to his role at Fresenius Kabi USA, he gathered many different experiences and skills in his roles as informatics pha…
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Throwback - A Pharmacist, a Technologist, and a Lawyer feat. Dr. Robert Stein Intended Audience: Everyone On today’s throwback episode originally published in February 2020, we had the pleasure of speaking with one of the pharmacists that was there at the beginning of pharmacy computer systems! Dr. Robert Stein, PharmD, JD started his career as a p…
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Host: Karmen Williams, DrPH, MBA, MSPH, MA , CPH., City University of New York Director of the For Your Informatics Podcast Guest: April Morena, Founder and CEO of the Public Health Podcast Network For Your Informatics Podcast has joined the Public Health Podcast Network's Directory to share in the mission of building powerful communities through p…
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Since the 2000 election, the United States has made the move to electronic balloting for elections. However, with this switch came concerns about cybersecurity and the safety of our votes. Dr. James Walden from NKU's Center for Information Security joins us to talk about election security in Kentucky, Ohio, and the rest of the United States. Learn …
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291. A Journey from Technology to Pharmacy and Informatics feat. Pharmacist Anna Dreger Intended Audience: Everyone On today's episode, we had the opportunity to speak with Anna Dreger, an informatics pharmacist with a very unique pathway to get into what she's doing today. Recently recognized with a Distinguished Service Award from ASHP SOPIT, she…
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