In this episode, Jessica, the Executive Producer and Host of WTF Health, talks about the influence of COVID on investment in digital health, healthcare regulations, current trends, and the presence of large tech companies in healthcare.
In this episode, John Hsu, Co-founder and CEO of iPill Dispenser, talks about opioids, the effects of government policies on opioid usage and their practices in controlling the drug epidemic.
In this episode, Ravi Komatireddy, founder and CEO of Daytona Health, talks about behavior hacking which is a combination of behavior change and motivation. Along with that, he shares his insights on precision health.
In this episode, Ron Fridman, co-founder and CEO of Mawi, shares his knowledge on wearables and medical devices for the human heart. At the same time, he also talks about his experience in digital healthcare.
In this podcast, Michael Fang, a physician specializing in geriatrics and a serial entrepreneur, shares how he followed his passion, added technology to his medical knowledge and came up with his startup, Base 10. He also talks about his challenges in his journey with sound advice for physician entrepreneurs and his views on the US healthcare system.
In this podcast, Paula Muto, a practicing vascular and general surgeon, physician, entrepreneur and the CEO and founder of UBERDOC, discusses the need for ease of access in the healthcare industry.
In this podcast, Leon Eisen, the founder and executive chairman of Oxitone Medical and inventor of the world's first FDA-cleared wrist sensor pulse oximetry monitor, presents the inspiration and strategies we need to inspire our entrepreneurial journey and create the life we’ve always dreamed of in the digital health world.
The different roles of physicians in driving American Healthcare innovation | Tariq Chaudry | Kentucky Children's Hospital | Omniscia Health
In this podcast, Tariq Chaudry, Chief Quality Officer at Kentucky Children’s Hospital and Chief Medical Office at Omniscia Health, offers insights into how technology enables the spectacular digital transitions in healthcare. Along with his learnings and direction for digital health entrepreneurs.
In this podcast, Leon Eisen, the founder and executive chairman of Oxitone Medical and inventor of the world's first FDA-cleared wrist sensor pulse oximetry monitor shares wisdom about all things medical and wearable devices.
In this podcast, Hanes shares his experience with the US claim management process and its challenges. He further exemplifies how DocVocate helps stem many denials and eventually saves the resources that go into re-processing the same claims repeatedly.