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Michael Davis returns to host the Iron Jaw Podcast on January 2, 2016, his first show of the new year, and his first show in over SIX MONTHS! How he'll ring it in is let the viewers know what's in store for the New Year, talk about the Bowl Games, including Clemson's and Alabama's rout to the National Championship Game, as well as Chip Kelly's firing, and who may be next in the NFL.
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We pick up where we left off, and where we usually leave off - with racism. Josh talks about how it wouldn’t take a zombie apocalypse for us to reach “Walking Dead” status. Josh hates liberals that want free everything. Josh has regrets on not eating enough. We attempt to set up Sean’s tinder strategy, which apparently is very explicit. Josh describes how quickly a simple fisting can get out of hand, and you end up becoming Ray Rice. Josh wants to become a Ray Donovan type for Hollywood’s creepy sexual stuff. Josh blames the current economy on “trying to fuck.” We dig into what kind of women Sean likes, and open Pandora’s creepy box, which involves creating a dating app for little people.
Josh meets up with new friend and comedian Milana Vayntrub at her favorite hipster SilverLake breakfast spot, Sqirl - spoiler alert, they don’t have squirrel. We’re in Guerrilla podcast mode in Josh’s car and we can’t seem to get the temperature right. Josh immediately lays into Milana for her cliche Los Angeles ordering at breakfast. Josh doesn’t want to feel too welcome in restaurants, which makes him the Good Son. Milana calls out Josh for stealing Seinfeld’s show and turning it into a podcast, and how he sounds different when the mics are on. It’s time for real talk, and we descend into a world of the psychology behind why people are animals, and whether or not they’re worth saving. Basically, Josh is a terrible person, but you already know this.
Josh is home in Philadelphia for the holidays, and he is joined by two of his oldest friends Sean & Rich. Josh hasn’t had a release in a while and he’s pretty wired up. Josh explains how relationships ruin lives using Mighty Ducks references. Philadelphia is depressing enough to cheer up anyone. Josh talks about his blessed Thanksgiving, and gives the women of the world great business advice and starts off his parenting book on Rich’s daughter. This one is loaded with hilarious tangents, OJ stories, and plenty of silly. Enjoy!
Despite exploding popularity, there is only so much room for technology providers in the telehealth and collaboration markets, according to Dan Klanderman, Senior Solutions Architect for Iron Bow Technologies. He predicts continued consolidation through acquisitions and even market exits in 2016.
To avoid being stuck with an obsolete technology, Klanderman suggests investing in collaboration technology from a long-term perspective. “Interoperability is key,” he said, and advises avoiding working with technology providers that create siloes or offer technology that doesn’t work well with other technology.
“Some providers actually design technology as a walled garden,” he shared. “I recommend avoiding that and finding technology that is interoperable with what you already have with a manufacturer that is committed to interoperability.”
Klanderman says that because hospitals, researchers and others in the industry must be able to reach out seamlessly to patients and each other, interoperability is key to growing with the market. He also pointed out that, like in the tech world, acquisitions and mergers are common in the healthcare industry. “You are just one acquisition away from becoming a multi-vendor environment,” he explained.
As a result, his motto for 2016 is to invest in a collaboration solution that can flex and grow with you.
Hear the entire podcast with Klanderman here.
Wireless and data analytics will be top-of-mind this year for government agencies, including the Department of Defense (DoD), according to Jim Smid, Chief Technology Officer for Iron Bow Technologies. Smid recently spoke with TechSource and shared his thoughts for 2016, which are that government agencies should take a holistic approach to their networks to optimize wireless and that they “have the data, but need to take advantage of it.”
For the past few years, mobility has ramped up as agencies have focused on getting new mobile applications and devices into the hands of mobile workers. Smid says those efforts will explode in 2016 and agencies will be focusing on the wireless infrastructure to support mobility.
As more devices are connected to networks, and more agencies are collecting massive amounts of data from them, Smid sees data analytics becoming more important. The focus in 2016 should be on correlating, normalizing and analyzing that data to get real-time information back to users.
Smid shared examples of how wireless and data analytics, along with the Internet of Things (IoT), will affect agencies this year. Listen to the podcast here.
Adam gets his own chair this time, and we briefly touch on perhaps our worst experience with BBQ food ever: a food truck outside of his offices. We talk about the beautiful candy hallway at Adam’s work, creepy KFC commercials, who the hottest Chris’s are, best and worst TV shows, racist aliens, whether or not The Rock is badass in real life, and Adam tells creepy lyft stories.
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Matt is Chief Business Development Specialist for Iron Bow Healthcare Solutions.
In this podcast interview, Matt shares his thoughts about the work that’s been done in 2015 to advance telehealth including the impact of the ACA rollout and new solutions being used by healthcare systems for readmission programs.