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On a special edition of 'This Week in Health Innovation' at 1PM Pacific/4PM Eastern March 25th 2015, join @efuturist Douglas Goldstein and me Gregg Masters @2healthguru for an impromptu and raw wrap-up with key takeaways from the 15th Annual Population Health Colloquium organized by David Nash, MD, MBA the founding and current Dean of the the Jefferson School of Population Health on the campus of the Thomas Jefferson University.
This was an amazing conference in the 'City of Brotherly Love' aka Philadelphia. We conducted no fewer than 15 interviews with keynote speakers to session moderators and toured the landscape from the implications of global risk contracting to incremental progress from the fee for service to fee for volume paradigm shift.
Join us for an informal recap of this no 'Johnnie come lately' to the Population Health conversation and discovery journey. In fact, some may say the event is perhaps the 'grand-daddy of them' all.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares the fastest way to optimal health, "Juicing".
Did you know that...Raw fresh juice not only provides hydration through the water in the vegetables and fruits, but fresh veggie juice also supplies vitamins, minerals, enzymes and phytochemicals, which have amazing overall health properties. Unlike dehydrating beverages like coffee, soft drinks, and alcohol, raw fresh juices hydrate you and supply your body with the fluids it needs from daily activities and exercise.
Tune in and learn how you can lose weight, fight inflammation, get clearer skin and beautiful hair, and much much more, all from the benefits of juicing. 347-945-7433.
March is National Nutrition Month...Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guest, Dr. Michelle Gourdine, author or "Reclaiming Our Health" A Guide to African American Wellness, as we delve into the many ways Blacks in particular, and people in general, can improve their health.
Learn about several books that are helping people turn their health around by following the excellent advice of various literary health experts.
Learn the keys to eating well and staying physically fit and healthy.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon this Saturday, January 31, 2015 and learn what you can do now to get affordable health coverage before the February 15, 2015 deadline and avoid a tax penalty this April. Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
If figuring out your 2015 health insurance is still on your "To Do" list, here are the three things you need to know:
It's not too late! Open Enrollment is...well, open! If you haven't applied for coverage, you still have time.
Have coverage from last year? Check to see if your current plan is still the best one for you. Many carriers have changed their pricing and you may want to choose a different plan.
Worried that health insurance is too expensive? Many people qualify for a tax credit subsidy that lowers the premium they pay each month. Example: subsidies are available for individuals with income between $11,670 and $46,680, or a family of four with income between $23,850 and $95,400.
Open Enrollment for 2015 coverage runs through February 15, 2015. During this time you can sign up for new coverage, change plans, or find out if you can get help paying for your coverage.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as she shares the 5 best health products that we all should get.
Are you trying to lose weight, build muscle, slow down the aging process, boost your immune system, improve your overall health? If so, this is the show for you.
Learn how to get in the best shape of your life with these 5 healthy products. Learn about the Super-Seeds called
Ramon Seeds (also known as the Maya nut), sourced from Central America and how their special properties produce a positive impact nutritionally, notably has an antioxidant effect.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss the Mind/Body connection, how that works and what it all means.
It should come as no surprise that physcial and emotional health are intertwined and impossible to tease apart.
From the perspective of integrative medicine, mind and body are two aspects of an underlying unity, so that changes in one always correlate with changes in the other.
Tune in or call in and learn about this intriguing union. 347-945-7433.
On a special edition of this Week in Health Innovation on March 6th, 2015 at 12:30PM Pacific/3:30PM Eastern join me and Population Health Alliance, Executive Director Fred Goldstein for a deep dive conversation with Jefferson School of Population Health founding and current Dean, David Nash, MD, MBA.
'Dr. Nash is a board certified internist who is internationally recognized for his work in public accountability for outcomes, physician leadership development, and quality-of-care improvement. Repeatedly named to Modern Healthcare's list of Most Powerful Persons in Healthcare. He was named the Founding Dean of the Jefferson School of Population Health (JSPH) in 2008. This appointment caps a 25 year tenure on the faculty of Thomas Jefferson University. He is also the Dr. Raymond C. and Doris N. Grandon Professor of Health Policy. JSPH provides innovative educational programming designed to develop healthcare leaders for the future. Its offerings include Masters Programs in Public Health, Healthcare Quality and Safety, Health Policy and Applied Health Economics. JSPH also offers a doctoral program in Population Health Science.'
We'll dive into the emerging science and specialty of 'population health' and preview with upcoming Population Health Colloquium held in Philadelphia from March 23-25th, 2015.
For details on the Colloquium click here.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss Colon Care - Steps to Prevent Cancer and whether you are at risk of a magnesium deficiency.
It gets less press than other forms of disease, but colon cancer is the third most common form of cancer in the U.S. Diet, exercise, selected supplements, and other lifestyle factors can help prevent it.
Tune into the show and learn how. 347-945-7433.
Did you know? Overall colon cancer rates have fallen in recent years, but they've been on the rise in men and women younger than 50.
Join Partners in Health and Biz talk show host Gail Dixon and her special guest (TBA) as we discuss the many ways to refresh your brain and maintain youthful brain functioning throughout your life.
You've heard of all the different brain tease exercises, well this is not that!
Tune in to learn the new ways to retrain your brain.
On the Wednesday, March 4th 2015 broadcast at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern our special guest is Kyra Bobinet, MD MPH who's 'about' tab describes her as a 'Fearless Leader & Insatiable quester'.
Her website profile at EngagedIn.com further notes:
When it comes to health engagement, Dr. Bobinet has 5 words of advice: be caring, authentic, and useful. As the CEO-founder of engagedIN, a behavior design firm sprouted out of Stanford, Kyra is devoting her life to helping people crack the code of how, what, and especially, WHY we engage in things.
Kyra has founded several healthcare start-ups, spanning behavior health, population health, and mobile health. She has designed behavior change programs, big data algorithms, billion dollar products, mobile health apps, and evidence-based studies in mind-body and metabolic medicine. All of her designs, whether for at-risk teens or seniors, are rooted in the belief that true caring is our greatest value.
Dr. Bobinet currently co-teaches courses at Stanford School of Medicine on patient engagement and empowerment, and health design with Dr. Larry Chu, founder of MedicineX. She also studies in Dr. BJ Fogg’s Persuasive Tech Lab at Stanford, to whom she gives absolute credit as the founder of “behavior design”.
Dr. Bobinet received her Masters in Public Health at Harvard University, specializing in Healthcare Management, Technology-enabled Behavior Change, and Population Health Management. She received her medical degree from the UCSF School of Medicine.'
Join Partners in Health talk show host Gail Dixon as we discuss several types of exercise that will improve your overall bone health.
Bones are living tissue which change in thickness, mass and shape through use. Similar to muscles, bones require certain types of movements to strengthen them. However, it is important to do the right type of exercise, especially for people who may have bone deficiencies such as osteopenia or osteoporosis.
In addition, did you know that balance is also extremely important, especially for people with bone density issues in order to prevent falls which could have the devasting effect of fracture.
Call into the studio with your questions and/or comments: 347-945-7433.
On the Wednesday, February 18th 2015 broadcast at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern our special guest who is making an encore appearance on the show is Jean Anne Booth, the CEO of Unali Wear.
Jean Anne is an entrepreneur with a successful track record in hardware innovation have launched and sold two companies previously. Her current project is Unali Wear fka Life Assist a StartUp Health Academy company.
For details on Jean Anne, click here.
We'll discuss the state of the digital health market, and her vision at Unali Wear including the campaign just launched on Kickstarter to fund the final phase of bench to market for 'Kanega' a watch that extends independence with dignity to seniors.
For details on the Kickstarter campaign, click here.
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