EPISODES

Episode 44: Evidence For Treating Illnesses with Holistic Healthcare There is a longstanding cultural belief that all illnesses can be healed by a surgery or drug prescribed by a doctor. While advances in healthcare are saving lives, there are holistic healthcare practices backed by evidence that can be used to treat illnesses. In today’s episode, Dr. …

Episode 43: Microbiome Medicine: Why Bacteria Should Be Your Hero Without bacteria, there would be no life on earth. Even as human beings, micro-bacterial cells outnumber the conglomerate of human cells 10 to 1, yet we haven’t scratched the surface of understanding the interactions between bacteria and human cells. In today’s episode, Dr. Raphael Kellman, Internal …

Episode 42: Creating Stronger Communities with Quality Health Services w/ Dr. Tollie Elliot Sr Good health is becoming more complex in today’s world and patients are looking for doctors who can treat more than just the immediate ailments they’re experiencing. In the latest Heroes of Healthcare, Dr. Tollie B. Elliott Sr., Chief Executive Officer of Mary’s Center, joined …

Episode 41: Providing Affordable Care with Population Health Outreach How do you provide healthcare to someone who can’t afford it, is unable to travel, or lacks any trust in health practitioners? From mental health to discrimination, COVID-19 exposed the flaws and disparities that exist in healthcare, leaving many to look for solutions to these problems. …

Episode 40: Shift Your Paradigm to Achieve Physician Retention w/ Tammy Hager Physician retention is quickly becoming the newest facet to join the crisis of healthcare in America. From doctors choosing a career path at a young age only to find out it wasn’t the right path for them to physician burnout all across the …

Episode 39: Journey in Courage: Dealing with Auto-Immune Disease w/ Jeremy Paredes Right before the height of the pandemic, Jeremy Paredes’s eczema, an auto-immune disease, became so severe that he was rushed to the ER in Septic Shock. A chronic skin condition that Jeremy grew up with became so unbearable that he felt as though …

Episode 38: The Future of Healthcare Staffing & the Importance of Locum Tenens You’ve probably been treated by a Locum Tenens physician and didn’t even realize it! Locum tenens is a Latin phrase that means temporarily taking the place of another. While labor shortages can happen throughout professions, this can be catastrophic within hospitals and …

Episode 37: Making a Broad Impact Through Population Health To solve some of the thornier problems in healthcare—challenges like providing access, combating misinformation, and ensuring equitable outcomes—we need data. That’s where population health comes into play. It’s a science that combines clinical care with data to improve the care of large swaths of people all …

Episode 36: I Had to Cure Myself: A Story of Grit and Courage w/ Doug Lindsay At 21, Doug Lindsay, Founder of The Lindsay Center, got sick. He got so sick, in fact, that he remained bedbound and homebound for the next 11 years. And seemingly no one in the medical community had answers for …

Episode 35: Healthcare’s Biggest Struggle: Clinician Shortage and How to Overcome w/ Christy Ricks Staffing shortages are plaguing industries across the country—especially healthcare. Rising rates of burnout and early retirements are only complicating the issue. As Assistant Vice President of Provider Recruitment at LifePoint Health, Christy Bray Ricks confronts this challenge everyday. In this episode, she shares …