Beyond Clinical Medicine Podcast
Beyond Clinical Medicine Podcast
Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 8: Motherhood & Medicine - Dr. Jessica Bajwa

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 8: Motherhood & Medicine - Dr. Jessica Bajwa

July 23, 2019

The proportion of female physicians in the United States has definitely increased over time. In fact, according to the American Medical Association, in 2017 there were more female medical school graduates than male for the first time in history. But how can women balance the demands of creating a successful clinical career with the demands of raising a healthy family?

On this episode of the #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast, we hear from a successful female clinician who is passionate about the subject. Dr. Jessica Bajwa is the Facility Medical Director at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood, Florida. She shares powerful insights on balancing the needs of her growing family with her clinical responsibilities and career goals. Listen in to her impactful insights in this podcast, hosted by Dr. Rob Strauss.

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 7: The Keys to Clinician Retention - Dr. Randal Dabbs

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 7: The Keys to Clinician Retention - Dr. Randal Dabbs

July 9, 2019

Listen in as Dr. Rob Strauss has a fascinating conversation with Dr. Randal Dabbs on the practical strategies healthcare teams can put in place to retain the best clinicians. Dr. Dabbs is currently the President of Practice Development at TeamHealth, and was one of the company's co-founders. In his current role, Dr. Dabbs creates and deploys many national programs that enhance the practice of medicine at TeamHealth facilities across all services lines throughout the country. In this podcast, he shares 5 keys to enhancing company culture and improving clinician retention.  

 

 

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 6: ED Efficiency - Dr. Jody Crane

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 6: ED Efficiency - Dr. Jody Crane

June 11, 2019

 

Dr. Rob Strauss discusses the latest innovations and considerations for improving patient flow and emergency department efficiency with Dr. Jody Crane. Dr. Crane is the Chief Medical Officer at TeamHealth and is considered one of the leading experts in emergency department operations in the U.S. Dr. Crane has taught and led healthcare and emergency department improvement efforts with hundreds of organizations in a wide variety of settings on six continents. Prior to joining TeamHealth, Dr. Crane was a principal and owner of X32 Healthcare, a leading emergency department performance improvement consulting practice that offers innovative business concepts for healthcare facilities and systems that support patient-focused strategies.

 

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 5: TeleBehavioral Health - Dr. James Horst

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 5: TeleBehavioral Health - Dr. James Horst

May 7, 2019

Dr. Rob Strauss, FACEP has an interesting and informative conversation on the emerging field of TeleBehavioral Health with Dr. James Horst, DO, FACN. Dr. Horst is the National Medical Director of Behavioral Health and Post Acute Care at TeamHealth. In this podcast, Dr. Strauss and Dr. Horst discuss the rapid growth of TeleBehavioral Health, how clinicians can benefit from this practice and the positive impact it can have on patient care.

 

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 4: Building Bonds with Healthcare Team - Dr. Kissinger Goldman

Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 4: Building Bonds with Healthcare Team - Dr. Kissinger Goldman

April 8, 2019

Dr. Rob Strauss, FACEP takes a interesting look at how improving the patient experience also means building positive bonds among the members of the healthcare team with Dr. Kissinger Goldman, DO, MBA.

Dr. Goldman is an Emergency Physician and Director of Patient Experience MHS Emergency Departments in Florida. He has presented to healthcare teams nationally on this aspect of improving the patient experience and has a clear passion for helping clinicians enhance their leadership skills, job satisfaction and ability to provide outstanding patient care.