Dr. Martha Twaddle is the Waud Family Medical Director of Palliative Medicine & Supportive Care at Northwestern Medicine. She has played an integral role in moving the practice of palliative care "upstream" to improve patients' quality of life, and assisted with defining these guidelines through her work with the National Consensus Project.
Getting Better: (Podcast) “Telemedicine isn’t a compromise” with Dr. Michael Fratkin of Resolution Care
Dr. Michael D. Fratkin, founder of Resolution Care, discusses why telemedicine is more than just a tool for reaching remote patients - it’s an opportunity for establishing rapport and making connections.
Getting Better: (Podcast) Delivering Palliative Care in NYC during the COVID-19 Pandemic with Dr. Dana Lustbader
Dr. Dana Lustbader is board certified in critical care, internal, and palliative medicine and is a distinguished leader in the palliative care community. In this conversation, she shares her experiences delivering care during the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City.
Listen to Cyft’s VP of Clinical Improvement, Caitlin Brennan, as she explains how the combination of data and value based payment models can help improve care for people with serious illness.
Do you think Amazon purchases a 3rd party machine learning tool to tell them what books you might want to order? No. So why do we expect 3rd party algorithms to solve our core business problems in healthcare?
In this episode of the In Context podcast, we welcome Len D’Avolio. In his conversation with Kathryn Hume, they talk about what does and doesn’t work in helping companies shift from a deterministic to a probabilistic operating model through the lens of the healthcare industry.
In this episode of Creating a New Healthcare, Dr. Zeev Neuwirth interviews Len D’Avolio, CEO and founder of Cyft – an organization that uses data and Artificial Intelligence (AI) I to make value-based care wildly successful.
If you’re going to measure, as we know health care improvers must do, you’re going to generate data. If you’re starting to wonder what you’re doing with all your data, you might want to listen to this WIHI.