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This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network /October 3rd – 7th
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This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network /October 3rd – 7th

Welcome to the weekly summary of what happened this week in the Outcomes Rocket Network! We got incredible episodes, and here’s what we got: 

 

  • We started this week with our main show, the Outcomes Rocket Podcast, where Dr. Chris Giligan, Chief Medical Officer of the Division of Pain Medicine, Department of Anesthesiology, Perioperative, and Pain Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, about new developments and therapies for the treatment of chronic low back pain. He explained how patients’ back pain is categorized before treatment and described different types of solutions based on that, including a new restorative neurostimulation therapy, one that’s proving to have substantial clinical outcomes. Listen to it here: bit.ly/ChristopherGilligan

 

  • On Marketing Mondays, we had an interesting chat with Adam Rosenberg, Senior Director of Marketing for Arrive Health. He talked about what the company does, it’s rebranding, and how he is leading its marketing strategies for Arrive’s positioning, including conferences, social media advertising, 1-to-1 marketing, and integrating intent data. Be sure to tune in here: bit.ly/MM-AdamRosenberg

 

  • On Tuesday, on the SONSIEL Podcast, Hiyam Nadel talked with Rhonda Manns, a registered nurse, and nurse innovator who’s practiced for thirteen years, about how she found something she was passionate about in nursing, and discussed ways in which it is possible to educate the young about this field in healthcare. She explained what being an innovator means to her and how SONSIEL has opened many different pathways for her to keep growing as one. Tune in here: bit.ly/SONSIEL-RhondaManns

 

  • On Wednesday, on the Sempre Health Podcast, Satish Srinivasan, founder, and CEO of DiRx talked about the company’s innovative system to increase medication access to the population. The company, founded in the midst of the pandemic, is lowering costs by buying directly from the source and delivering to the patients. DiRx is now offering several plans, like a year-long one, for unlimited prescriptions and refills, something no provider had done before. Go listen to it here: bit.ly/SEMPRE-SatishSrinivasan

 

  • On the Future of Global Informatics, TJ Southern interviewed Kenya Milladge, a registered nurse, Clinical Applications Analyst at Vivify Health, and a technical product owner for Ascension Health. Kenya walked TJ through her personal journey into informatics, discussing challenges that include a hard topic to talk about: salary. She emphasized the importance of networking and provides several examples of how it got her where she wanted to be. Make sure you don’t miss this networking journey and tune in here: bit.ly/FOGI-KenyaMilladge

 

  • On Thursday, on LabOps Leadership Podcast, Samantha Black had a talk with Stacy Blain, founder, and CSO of Concarlo Therapeutics, about how she and a team of scientists are changing outcomes for drug-resistant patients. At Concarlo, they are developing new medications that use p27, a natural inhibitor, to stop cancer cells from multiplying in these patients, with the goal of entering the first clinical trial in 2024. Tune in here: bit.ly/LabOps-StacyBlain

 

  • On the Outcomes Rocket Podcast, we launched the Cybersecurity Awareness in Healthcare Series with Greg Garcia, the Executive Director for Cybersecurity of the Health Sector Coordinating Council. He is a mastermind in this field and is here to chat about the effects that could have on cyber attacks in our industry. We invite you to tune in to the whole 10-part episode series! Listen here: bit.ly/GregGarcia 

 

  • The Everyone Hates Healthcare Podcast had an episode where Chris Recinos. She is a talented nurse executive, entrepreneur, innovator, and speaker that always knew she was destined to work as a caregiver, but her life turned around when her daughter was lost to suicide and the pandemic wreak havoc in the healthcare industry. This episode covers a lot of topics around mental health, and honestly, is a must for anyone that, as I am and I’m sure you are, is an overachiever that rarely takes time for themselves. Make sure to listen to this incredible story. Listen here: bit.ly/EHH-ChrisRecinos

 

Tune in every week to expand your horizons on various subjects in this industry! See you next week!

This Week on the Outcomes Rocket Network /October 3rd – 7th

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Saul Marquez:
Hey everybody, Saul Marquez with the Outcomes Rockets and today I’m going to give you the review of this past amazing week on our podcast network. I really want to, first of all thank you for listening, and as you’ve noticed, we’re getting deep and wide in a lot of different topics in healthcare, and that’s the purpose of all of our amazing show hosts that you’ve been hearing from. We’re getting deep and wide on a lot of different topics that include pharma, business, marketing, and care delivery, and many more, so I want to give you a brief introduction.

Saul Marquez:
We started this week on our main show where I sat down to interview Dr. Chris Gilligan. He’s a chief medical officer of Division of pain medicine and anesthesia and also pain medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. He talked about new developments and therapies for the treatment of chronic low back pain. He explained how a patient’s back pain is categorized before treatment and describe different types of solutions based on that, including a new restorative neurostimulation therapy, one that’s proving to have substantial clinical outcomes for that mechanical, low back pain, whereas things like opioids and surgery are not having an impact, this new therapy is. You’re going to want to learn more about that therapy on that podcast that I did with Dr. Gilligan.

Saul Marquez:
We also had marketing Mondays with our host, Andreea Borcea. She had an interesting chat with Adam Rosenberg, he’s the senior director of marketing for Arrive Health. He talked about what the company does, its rebranding, and how he’s leading the marketing strategies for Arrive’s positioning, including conferences, social media advertising, 1 to 1 marketing, and integrating intent data. As you think about how you do marketing for your organization, you’re going to want to listen to Marketing Mondays because there are some massive value ideas that you’re going to get from that show. It only takes one idea to make a big difference for your business and the patients that you impact. So to listen to Marketing Mondays, my friends.

Saul Marquez:
On Tuesday in the SONSIEL podcast, Hiyam Nadel talked with Rhonda Manns, a registered nurse and nurse innovator who practiced for 13 years about how she founded something she was passionate about in nursing. And she discussed in ways that it was possible to educate the young folks about the field of healthcare. She explained what being an innovator means to her and how SONSIEL has opened many different pathways for her to keep growing as one, Make sure you tune in. And as a reminder, SONSIEL stands for the Society of Nurse Scientists, Innovators, Executives, and Leaders, a phenomenal organization. If you’re looking for taking nursing impact to the next level, that’s an organization you want to get in touch with and a podcast that you want to listen to.

Saul Marquez:
On Wednesday, the SEMPRE Health Podcast hosted by the outstanding Kyle Wildnauer-Haigney, he spoke with Satish Srinivasan. He’s the founder and CEO of DiRx, and the company’s doing some innovative things to increase medication access to the population. He’s changing the game by eliminating the middlemen between consumers and manufacturers. The company founded in the midst of the pandemic is actually lowering costs by buying directly from the source and delivering to patients. DiRx is now offering several plans, like a year long, one for unlimited prescriptions and refills, something no provider had ever done before. Some pretty innovative moves here on this podcast that were discussed, so you’re going to listen to that podcast on the Sempre Health Podcast.

Saul Marquez:
On the Future of Global Informatics with TJ Southern, she had Kenya Milladge, a registered nurse who is an analyst at Vivify Health and a technical product owner for Ascension Health. Kenya walked TJ through her personal journey into informatics, discussing challenges that include a hard topic which is salary, she emphasized the importance of networking and, and how that provides several examples of how it got her where she wanted to be. Make sure you don’t miss that episode on networking and the journey that she took specific to the informatics space.

Saul Marquez:
On Thursday in the LabOps podcast with Samantha Black, she had Stacy Blain, the founder and CSO of Concarlo Therapeutics. She discussed how she and a team of scientists are changing outcomes for drug-resistant patients. At Concarlo, they’re developing new medications that use the p27, a natural inhibitor to stop cancer cells from multiplying in these patients, with the goal of entering the first clinical trial in 2024. She discussed subjects like having an all-scientist team, supporting science and cancer research, and working like a single unit instead of silos. In the LabOps podcast, you guys will learn more about what it takes to innovate in the laboratory operations space, taking medications from the bench to the cabinet in a much faster way. You’re going to want to listen to that.

Saul Marquez:
On our main channel, the Outcomes Rocket Podcast. I had the pleasure of kicking off our Cybersecurity Awareness in Health series with the incredible Greg Garcia. He’s the executive director of cybersecurity of the Health Sector Coordinating Council. He has a lot of experience in this field in government, and he’s here to explain why these attacks, these cybersecurity attacks, could result in fatal situations with patients highly costly impacts, average of $7 million dollars per cyber attack on a health organization and what you need to be doing to prevent that. We have a whole series, a series of ten podcasts that we’re going to be doing. It is Cyber Security Awareness Month here in October, as declared by the President of the United States for the 19th year. And we’re doing our part to disseminate some insights in this podcast with Greg. We kick off the series and in the following podcast we’re going to be sharing links to documents and things that you could use for your organization to up your cyber safety. So make sure you don’t miss this episode.

Saul Marquez:
On Friday, we close the week with an episode of Everyone Hates Healthcare, where Michael Swartz interviewed Chris Recinos. She has a talented team of folks working with her, but she’s a nurse, executive, entrepreneur, innovator, and speaker that always knew she was destined to work as a caregiver. But her life turned around when her daughter was lost to suicide, and the pandemic wreaked havoc in the healthcare industry. This episode covers a lot of topics around mental health and honestly, is a must for anybody that, as I am and I’m sure you are, an overachiever, that rarely takes time for themselves. Take some time for yourself. Make sure you listen to this incredible story, it’s one that you’re not going to want to miss.

Saul Marquez:
This is all for this week of the Outcomes Rocket Network. Be sure to tune in. And we have such incredible podcasts that we’re launching and we continue to bring to your earbuds. So make sure you tune in next week, we’ve got another new one coming up, so we’re excited to launch that, and thank you for tuning in. As always, I appreciate what you guys are doing in the healthcare space. Take some action on the things you hear and growth is in the horizon. Appreciate you guys for tuning in and look forward to catching you next time.

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