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On a special edition of this week in health innovation at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern on August 1st, 2013 it is our privilege to once again speak with Rebecca (Mitchell) Coelius, MD, the Medical Officer for Innovation at Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT, Office of Science and Technology aka @ONC_HealthIT
For a prior chat with Dr. Coelius from the Health Datapalooza IV 2013 see: 'The Blue Button Co-design Challenge'.
Our chat with Dr. Coelius will address the genesis, history and context for ONC's 'Data Access Framewok' (DAF) initiative. For more details see 'ONC Launches Initiative To Boost EHR Data Access, Interoperability.'
Join us for an informative chat with the ONC's medical officer for innovation!
There's a lot more to Kosher than meets the eye. Today we talk to Rabbi Mendel Segal, the Executive Director and Rabbinic Coordinator of Vaad HaKashruth of Kansas City, an organization that helps "kasher" and certify as Kosher, everything from meal preparations to enitre kitchens. We also talk about Kosher BBQ and the Jewish Art Festival going on this weekend in Overland Park. Rachel will tell us about the parties at this year's American Royal World Series of BBQ and more fun on Everyday KC!
This week Erin Griffith of PandoDaily interviews hardware vet Scott Miller, who runs a "Kickstarter for hardware" crowdfunding platform called Dragon Innovation. We'll discuss scaling hardware startups, the challenges of China, and why we're in a so-called hardware revolution.
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Larry Keeley, obsessed with understandint why most innovation fails, he has worked to grow the field as a science rather than an exercise in applied creativity. Ten Types of Innovation
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On the Wednesday, October 9th 2013 broadcast at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern our guest is Michael Millenson, President, Health Quality Advisors, LLC. You can follow Michael on Twitter via the handle @MLMillenson.
Michael is a friend of this broadcast, a prolific and thoughtful writer, blogger and consultant and has recently penned the title: Still Demanding Medical Excellence posted on The Healthcare Blog and Health Affairs which is somewhat of a pulse check on the status of the quality movement since the IOM's landmark publication "Crossing the Quality Chasm" release in 2001.
He describes himself as a 'Quality-of-care evangelis't via his consulting, writing and speaking, and is an early, vocal and loud advocate for better, safer, patient-centered care.
Join us for an encore chat with this talented and thoughtful voice in the health innovation conversation.
On the Wednesday, October 30th, 2013 broadcast at 10AM Pacific/3PM Eastern our special guest is Jonathan Teich MD, Chief Medical Informatics Officer (CMIO), Health Sciences Division, Elsevier the world’s biggest producer of scientific and medical information.
According to Elsevier, Dr. Teich's areas of expertise include: '...health information infrastructure, e-prescribing, and clinical decision support systems. His primary focus lies in the design of innovative information systems to directly improve clinical care, prevent adverse events and streamline clinical workflow to address the most critical needs of the healthcare community. A practicing physician, Dr. Teich boasts a wealth of experience in the scientific and technical fields. He is an assistant professor of medicine at Harvard, and a board-certified attending physician in emergency medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital (BWH), where he has practiced since 1983. A recognised leader in his field, Dr. Teich serves on a number of industry and government leadership councils. Dr. Teich has also helped to found Healthvision, Inc., an internet healthcare company producing innovative, web-based, clinical information systems and patient/community information sites for large healthcare organisations. He served Healthvision as chief medical officer, responsible for strategic product vision across clinical and patient product areas.' For our prior chat with Dr. Teich, click here.
On a special edition of this week in health innovation, we continue our countdown to health 2.0 series. At 6PM Eastern/3PM Pacific we chat with Akhila Satish of MyCyberDoctor aka @MyCyberDoctor.
Join Dr Pat Salber and me for a fun preview of MyCyberDoctor at Health 2.0 Silicon Valley.
On the Wednesday, October 16th 2013 at 10AM Pacific/1PM Eastern my special guest is Dr. Pat Salber. We turn the tables on Pat today and rather than put her in the moderator's seat, she the subject of today's discussion.
Pat's entry into social media and the broader digital domain was launched via the blog 'the doctor weighs in' (TDWI). A clincally vs. health policy focused place to discuss initially weight management issues, trends and development it quickly grew in both visibility and reach via a broader lens on medicine and the healthcare world at large albeit principally through the eyes of physicians.
Pat took somewhat of a sabbatical from her curation and writing duties at TDWI circa the 2011 timeframe to focus on the soon to emerge theater of crowd funding startups in the healthcare space via the platform HealtTech Hatch.
Today we get to learn more about this woman, her interests, vision and passion for emerging digitally enabled technologies and the people who write the code, invent the business model and chart the pathways to market and their collective ability to make a difference for our ailing healthcare ecosystem.
On a special edition of this week in health innovation at 11AM Pacific/2PM eastern on Saturday, September 21st, 2013 our guest is Nirinjan Yee of BreathResearch a company that 'creates technologies and techniques to improve respiratory health and wellness.'
'Nirinjan Yee, Founder and President of Breath Research is a visionary and leader with 30 years of experience in the health and fitness ecosystem dedicated to improving and transforming health on an individual and global level.
Breath research is a member app in the Aetna CarePass platform and a recent add to the PhilipsHealth 'Innovation fellows' competition.
We'll here from Nirinjan about her company and it's future in the health, and fitness markets via the @BreathAcoustics 'all-in-one' headset.
For a recent write-up in GigaOm see: Could a breath-monitoring headset improve your health?
Join Dr. Pat Salber and me for an informative chat.
The Declaration of the Brothers (Watheeqah al-Ikhwaan) is a short, consise, yet comphensive book written by Shehu 'Uthman Dan Fodiyo (may Allah envelop him in His mercy). The importance of this text is indicated in its introduction wherein he states:
"This is The Declaration of the Brothers (Watheeqah al-Ikhwaan) for the Purpose of Expounding on the Proofs for the Obligation to Follow the Book, the Sunnah, and the Consensus (ijmaa’). As well as the Proofs for avoiding Innovation for whoever considers Islam as his religion, and the proof of kufr (disbelief) for whoever denies that; even if he considers Islam as his Religion."
The Shehu elaborates on a wide range of topics - all of which are just as relevant today as they were when he composed this text over 200 years ago!
This blessed text will be taught by Imam Na’eem Abdullah; who is a respected khateeb (lecturer) and (mu’allim) teacher in the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania areas.
He is blessed to have benefitted from many scholars, teachers and leaders which in turn have given him the ability to teach traditional Islamic knowledge in a practical and relevant fashion.
For several years, the Imam volunteered - as a khateeb, teacher, and counselor - with the New York City Department of Corrections. His studies and lectures have also taken him throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom and Sudan.
He has authored several articles and books which touch on various subject matter with an emphasis on reviving the Sunnah (the living tradition) of Prophet Muhammad, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, and the importance of knowing history.
Imam Na’eem Abdullah is the resident Imam of Masjid al-Mu’min (Pittsburgh, PA) & Imam of Nur uz-Zamaan Institute.