In this episode of the Beyond Clinical Medicine podcast, Jody Crane, MD, MBA, TeamHealth Chief Medical Officer, spoke with Ahmed Soliman, MD, Facility Medical Director, Anesthesiology, at New York-Presbyterian Queens Hospital. Dr. Soliman shares valuable insights about his experience during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. Hear key takeaways about how Dr. Soliman's anesthesiology team adapted and served patients in this facility at the epicenter of the #COVID19 pandemic.
This episode of #BeyondClinicalMedicine shares a first-hand account from an emergency physician on the frontlines of Italy's COVID-19 crisis. Listen as Dr. Rob Strauss discusses the medical impact and response to the coronavirus pandemic with Dr. Matteo Paganini. Dr. Paganini is an Italian emergency physician who is currently serving his rural community in a hospital in the Veneto region of Italy. Dr. Paganini shares many stories and insights that will help clinicians in the United States who are on the front-lines of this battle. Listen to Dr. Paganini's unique perspective on dealing with the stresses of caring for so many patients at one time during an outbreak, the psychological impact COVID-19 has on the clinical team, and suggestions for how to persevere in the most challenging of situations.
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In this insightful episode of the #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast, clinicians at St. Joseph Medical Center in the Washington state area share their experiences managing COVID-19 patients from one of the hotbeds of #coronavirus activity in the United States. In this 45-minute podcast, TeamHealth's Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jody Crane speaks with this impressive clinical team, including Dr. Nathan Schlicher, Regional Director of Quality Assurance; Tom Vascik, Regional APC Director; and Dr. Aaron Laird, Facility Medical Director at St. Joseph Medical Center. This team shares valuable, first-hand clinical experience and insights for clinicians dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. Please listen and share with other clinical teams who may benefit from this conversation.
In this episode of the #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast guest host Dr. David Hogan speaks with Dr. John Matheson, Facility Medical Director at Kadlec Medical Center in Richland, WA about how clinicians can be prepared to handle the issue of human trafficking. Learn valuable information clinicians can use for patients who may be at risk, important factors to consider implementing at your facility, and useful resources you can utilize today. Don't miss this valuable conversation and please share with other clinicians who may benefit from this discussion.
Beyond Clinical Medicine Episode 18: Be Prepared for Coronavirus – Dr. Jody Crane & Dr. John Sullivan
As the coronavirus continues to evolve and make headlines, this #BeyondClinicalMedicine podcast shares an important discussion and perspective to assist all medical providers and teams in the face of this global outbreak. TeamHealth’s Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Jody Crane, interviews Dr. John Sullivan, Facility Medical Director, St. Alexius Medical Center in the Chicago area. Dr. Sullivan shares his unique perspective after his emergency department (ED) received the second case of coronavirus in the United States. In this interview, he walks us through the case as it presented to the primary care office, the ED and hospital admission. He provides a valuable perspective on coordination with the health department, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and his hospital administration. Dr. Sullivan also provides insight into best practices in personal protective equipment and isolation in this rapidly evolving outbreak. Finally, he discusses planning and coordinating referrals between the community healthcare providers and his multi-hospital system. Please listen and share this podcast on how to be prepared for the #coronavirus with other clinical providers.