Sinopsis

Radio Rounds is a weekly medical talk show that is freely accessible to anyone and everyone.Our stories promote the art and science of medicine with an emphasis on nurturing humanism and resilience in this most remarkable and sacred profession.The organization was created and founded by medical students at the Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton Ohio in 2009. Dr. Avash Kalra created the show with fellow medical students Dr. John Corker, Dr. Shamie Das and Dr. Lakshman Swami who are all now practicing clinically across the country.

Episodios

  • An Interview with Dr. Harry Cho, on High Value Care, Part 1

    An Interview with Dr. Harry Cho, on High Value Care, Part 1

    03/05/2017 Duración: 21min

    In this episode of Radio Rounds, host Lakshman Swamy interviews Dr. Hyung (Harry) Cho, the Director of Quality & Patient Safety for the Division of Hospital Medicine at Mount Sinai and Senior Fellow at the Lown Institute. His research focus is on the relationship of overuse to patient harm, and as Chair of the High Value Care Committee he develops innovations to decrease unnecessary medical testing and treatment. Nationally, he leads the RightCare Young Innovator program at the Lown Institute. His efforts in value improvement has received many awards including the Top Hospitalist honor from ACP Hospitalist magazine, awarded to only 10 physicians in 2014. On today's episode, Dr. Cho tells us about the importance of high value care in the future of medicine and medical education.

  • An Interview with Dr. Harry Cho on High Value Care, Part 2

    An Interview with Dr. Harry Cho on High Value Care, Part 2

    03/05/2017 Duración: 12min

    In this episode of Radio Rounds, host Lakshman Swamy continues his interview with Dr. Hyung (Harry) Cho, the Director of Quality & Patient Safety for the Division of Hospital Medicine at Mount Sinai and Senior Fellow at the Lown Institute. His research focus is on the relationship of overuse to patient harm, and as Chair of the High Value Care Committee he develops innovations to decrease unnecessary medical testing and treatment. Nationally, he leads the RightCare Young Innovator program at the Lown Institute. His efforts in value improvement has received many awards including the Top Hospitalist honor from ACP Hospitalist magazine, awarded to only 10 physicians in 2014. On today's episode, Dr. Cho tells us more about the importance of high value care in the future of medicine and medical education.

  • An Interview with Dr. Beth Lown, on Compassionate Care

    An Interview with Dr. Beth Lown, on Compassionate Care

    03/01/2017 Duración: 19min

    Today on Radio Rounds, host Lakshman Swamy will discuss the nature of compassion in health care with Dr. Beth Lown, a practicing internist in Boston, associate professor at Harvard Medical School and medical director for the Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare. The Schwartz Center was established in 1995 at the bequest of healthcare attorney Ken Schwartz after his battle with lung cancer. His experiences led him to appreciate the critical importance of compassion in an increasingly industrialized health care system. Since then, the Schwartz Center has worked to improve caregiver communication, promote empathy and spiritual care, and empower patients and families. One example of the Center’s work is seen at the over 350 healthcare facilities in the US and 60 in the UK that have adopted Schwartz Rounds, an opportunity toopenly and honestly discuss the social and emotional issues we face in caring for patients and families. In contrast to traditional medical rounds, the focus here is on the human dimens

  • An Interview with Dr. Jeff Drazen, Editor in Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Part 2

    An Interview with Dr. Jeff Drazen, Editor in Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Part 2

    30/08/2016 Duración: 11min

    Host Lakshman Swamy interviews Dr. Jeff Drazen, the Editor in Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Drazen’s distinguished career includes practice as an internist and pulmonary/critical care physician, teaching medicine at Harvard and Boston University, research in lung physiology and asthma, and nearly 15 years at the New England Journal of Medicine. In part 2 of our series with Dr. Drazen, we discuss the role of the Journal in medical education. How can students and trainees make the most of the Journal? How can we stay on top of the literature given the demands of our education? What kind of resources does the Journal offer to help us stay sharp? For more about the New England Journal of Medicine and the products we discuss on this episode, check out www.nejm.org.

  • An Interview with Dr. Jeff Drazen, Editor in Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Part 1

    An Interview with Dr. Jeff Drazen, Editor in Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine, Part 1

    14/07/2016 Duración: 11min

    Host Lakshman Swamy interviews Dr. Jeff Drazen, the Editor in Chief of the New England Journal of Medicine. Dr. Drazen’s distinguished career includes practice as an internist and pulmonary/critical care physician, teaching medicine at Harvard and Boston University, research in lung physiology and asthma, and nearly 15 years at the New England Journal of Medicine. In part 1 of our series with Dr. Drazen, we discuss the role of the Journal in modern medicine, its adaptation to modern communication, and the benefit it offers to clinicians, researchers, and trainees alike. For more about the New England Journal of Medicine, check out nejm.org.

  • An interview with Dr. Ami Bhatt, Founder of Global Oncology

    An interview with Dr. Ami Bhatt, Founder of Global Oncology

    26/02/2016 Duración: 17min

    Over 70% of cancer deaths occur in low resource settings. Historically "global health" has been focused on infectious disease, but disease like cancer are an under recognized and growing problem. Dr. Ami Bhatt assistant professor of medicine and genetics at Stanford University and co-founder of the non-profit Global Oncology shares the challenges of global cancer care and what it will take solve them. Learn more at www.globalonc.org

  • An interview with Elizabeth Bailey  Dr. Kristian Olson

    An interview with Elizabeth Bailey & Dr. Kristian Olson

    26/02/2016 Duración: 21min

    Finding new solutions to global health challenges requires a multi-disciplinary approach and user centered design. That's the philosophy Camtech at Massachusetts General Hospital. Former venture capitalist and Camtech director Elizabeth Bailey and Camtech's medical director Dr. Kristian Olson explain how Camtech events held across the world are driving innovation. Learn more at http://www.massgeneralcenterforglobalhealth.org/camtech/

  • An Interview with Elizabeth Brown

    An Interview with Elizabeth Brown

    25/08/2015 Duración: 19min

    In this special SaveGME Week episode of Radio Rounds, Director John Corker sits down with Elizabeth Brown, the top health care adviser for U.S. Representative Kathy Castor (D, FL-14). Ms. Brown discusses the growing physician shortage across America, what the shortage means for patient care, and what she, her boss, and all of us can do to help...starting with the CARE Act.

  • An Interview with Dr. Stephen Pitts

    An Interview with Dr. Stephen Pitts

    02/08/2015 Duración: 24min

    Join us for this episode of Radio Rounds as Director and Co-founder, Shamie Das, sits down with Dr. Stephen Pitts, an academic and seasoned emergency medicine physician. Dr. Pitts recently co-authored a JAMA Medical Education article describing the resource utilization patterns of resident versus attending physician only patients. He discusses this long held belief and the current data in the context of the ground-breaking IOM report on GME Reform last year. To keep it interesting, he also shares a few stories of his training at one of the nation's oldest county hospitals.

  • An Interview with Dr. Louise Aronson

    An Interview with Dr. Louise Aronson

    02/08/2015 Duración: 21min

    This week on Radio Rounds, Host Dr. Lakshman Swamy sat down with Dr. Louise Aronson, a Geriatrician at the University of California San Fransisco, where she cares for frail older adults in the Care at Home Program and directs the Northern California Geriatrics Education Center and UCSF Medical Humanities. Dr. Aronson is also co-editor for the JAMA series, "Care for the Aging Patient" and discusses her new book, "A History of the Present Illness," a collection of 16 short stories.

  • An Interview with Dr. Harlan Krumholz

    An Interview with Dr. Harlan Krumholz

    06/05/2015 Duración: 27min

    This week on Radio Rounds, host Lakshman Swamy had the chance to interview Dr. Harlan Krumholz at the recent Lown Institute conference in San Diego. Harlan is a cardiologist as well as a leader in the field of health services research and health policy, and as such, he directs the Yale Center for Outcomes Research and Evaluation. Today, Harlan talks about the importance of taking action to come up with solutions to the problems of overtreatment and lack of access to care with a clear call to arms for trainees everywhere. You can read more about his views on the role young physicians can play in improving how we care for patients in the inspirational article he wrote,

  • An Interview with Dr. Steve Weinberger

    An Interview with Dr. Steve Weinberger

    13/04/2015 Duración: 16min

    This week on Radio Rounds, host Lakshman Swamy had the chance to interview Dr. Steve Weinberger at the Lown Institute Conference in San Diego. Dr. Weinberger is Executive Vice President and CEO of American College of Physicians as well as a pulmonary/critical care physician and a medical educator at Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania. Steve and Lakshman discuss where the ACP is moving, how it has evolved to help physicians and their patients, and the ACP's triple aim of reducing costs, improving care, and improving the health of the population. You can learn more about the Lown Institute and their efforts to transform healthcare systems and improve the health of communties by focusing on the concept of "right care" at their website.

  • An Interview with Dr. Diane Meier

    An Interview with Dr. Diane Meier

    07/04/2015 Duración: 21min

    Host Lakshman Swamy had the chance to interview Dr. Diane Meier at the recent Lown Institute Conference in San Diego ago. Diane is a practicing palliative care physician and geriatrician at Mt. Sinai in New York as well as Director of the Center to Advance Palliative Care. Today, Diane speaks to Lakshman following a keynote delivered at the Lown conference. She discusses what palliative care really is-- and how it goes far beyond the traditional concepts of hospice care. She illustrates the problems in our health care system that result not only in substantial waste, but also excessive and inappropriate care that results in unnecessary ED visits and hospitalizations for many of our elderly patients. She describes how palliative care can improve patients' lives by delivering more of their medical care at home and around their lives. As we’ve mentioned before, the Lown Institute is dedicated to transforming healthcare systems and improving the health of communities. They focus on the concept of “right care” in

  • An Interview with Dr. Lynn White

    An Interview with Dr. Lynn White

    09/03/2015 Duración: 22min

    In this episode we interview Dr. Lynn White, Director of the Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS), a part of the Arnold P. Gold Foundation. Dr. White reiterates the importance of humanism and empathy in medicine, in relation to our patients as well as to other providers. We touch on the topics of burnout, National Solidarity Day, and the great new project to connect with patients by asking them to "Tell Me More." Radio Rounds was started in the same spirit that drives the Gold Foundation's mission, so be sure not to miss this interview which reminds us why we do everything we do in health care!

  • An interview with Dr. Jason Persoff

    An interview with Dr. Jason Persoff

    22/02/2015 Duración: 30min

    In this episode of Radio Rounds, host Avash Kalra speaks with Dr. Jason Persoff, an assistant professor of internal medicine at The University of Colorado. Dr. Persoff is also an avid storm chaser and photographer, and his travels across the Great Plains brought him to Joplin, Missouri in May 2011, where the deadliest tornado in the United States since 1947 struck two busy hospitals.

  • The Telluride Experience for Emerging Patient Safety Leaders: Part 1

    The Telluride Experience for Emerging Patient Safety Leaders: Part 1

    18/02/2015 Duración: 19min

    In the first of our series from The Telluride Experience for Emerging Patient Safety Leaders, we speak with Sarah, a resident who faced safety and quality issues head on when her newborn child became ill in the hospital. We'll also hear more about why Sarah is interested in safety as a focus of her career as a surgeon.

  • The Telluride Experience for Emerging Patient Safety Leaders: Part 2, An Interview with Dr. Chris Boudakian

    The Telluride Experience for Emerging Patient Safety Leaders: Part 2, An Interview with Dr. Chris Boudakian

    16/02/2015 Duración: 15min

    Today's interview is the second in our series from Telluride, Colorado where host Lakshman Swamy attended the inspiring Telluride Patient Safety Roundtable. The TPSR brings health professionals in training together to learn how to become champions for patient safety. This interview features Chris Boudakian, an osteopathic physician training in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R) at New York University. He is training to be a "physiatrist," a physician focused on the long-term restoration of function and treatment of pain in patients debilitated by illness such as stroke and trauma. In this interview, Boudakian explains why he became interested in this field and why patient safety will be an important part of his career.

  • An Interview with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci

    An Interview with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci

    10/12/2014 Duración: 30min

    This week on Radio Rounds, host Imran Ali brings us an interview with Dr. Anthony S. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) at the National Institutes of Health. Dr. Fauci is one of the world's leading experts on HIV/AIDS and has been tapped by President Obama to help coordinate the United States' response to the Ebola outbreak. He took time from his busy schedule to discuss his work on global AIDS issues and on initiatives to bolster medical and public health preparedness against emerging infectious diseases such as pandemic influenza.

  • An Interview with Dr. Amitabh Chandra

    An Interview with Dr. Amitabh Chandra

    12/10/2014 Duración: 21min

    In today’s episode, Radio Rounds' Executive Director John Corker sits down with Dr. Amitabh Chandra, of the Institute of Medicine’s Committee on the Governance and Financing of Graduate Medical Education, to discuss his insider’s perspective on the method behind the perceived madness of his committee’s recent recommendations for improving medical residency training in America. Dr. Chandra is an architect of one of the IOM's most controversial and potentially impactful reports in recent memory, and he doesn't hold anything back in explaining his candid and pragmatic approach to answering the foundational question posed to his committee: "What are medical residents - and by extension, their patients - really getting in return for the enormous investment into their training made by American taxpayers?" For more information on the IOM's recent report check out the brief or this webinar hosted by the Committee Chairwomen.

  • An Interview with Dr. Atul Grover

    An Interview with Dr. Atul Grover

    29/09/2014 Duración: 19min

    In Part 2 of our ongoing series analyzing the Institute of Medicine's recent report on the Governance and Financing of Graduate Medical Education, Radio Rounds Director John Corker sits down with Dr. Atul Grover, Chief Public Policy Officer at the American Association of Medical Colleges (AAMC). The AAMC is a not-for-profit Washington DC based association representing all 141 accredited U.S. Medical schools and nearly 400 major teaching hospitals and health systems - including 51 VA Medical Centers - as well as 90 academic and scientific societies nationwide. Dr. Grover shares his big-picture thoughts on the importance and potential future impact of the IOM's recommendations. For more information on the IOM's recent report check out the brief or this webinar hosted by the Committee Chairwomen.

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