Author: nrdollinger

027: The Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning Transformation – Abdul Dremali

On this episode, Abdul Dremali joins us to discuss the role machine learning and artificial intelligence will play in transforming healthcare. Abdul is the Marketing and Innovation Lead at AndPlus, which is Boston based company committed to solving complex problems through software. While leading their Growth and Innovation lab, Abdul helps conduct research and development […]

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025: Blockchain, The Newest Health Technology Frontier – Dr. David Randall, Ph.D.

On this episode, Dr. David Randall and Nathan discuss how blockchain and Solve.Care will help revolutionize the healthcare industry. We talk the good, the bad, and the ugly of the health IT landscape and how blockchain can fix it. Dr. David Randall currently serves as Executive Director and is Resident Scholar with the American Research […]

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WW 005: Physician Assistants are Not Your Average Assistant – Anna Stahlschmidt, Erin Kieny, and Jake Bast

Physician Assistants will be taking the lead in many sectors through this evolution of our healthcare system. As Anna Stahlschmidt, Erin Kieny, and Jake Bast share with us today on the podcast, PAs play a crucial role in healthcare. A role that is often misunderstood but is helping pave the way for patient centered valued […]

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024: The Next Generation of Healthcare Disruptors – Gregg Khodorov, MBA

On this episode, Gregg Khodorov and I discuss the evolving healthcare space and how the next generation of health leaders are preparing to make an impact. Gregg is a second year medical school student at the Rutgers Robert Wood Johnson Medical School as well as the Co-President of BEN, which is Rutgers Biomedical Entrepreneurial Network. After […]

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WW 003: How Speech and Language Affect our Lives – Hannah Scheller and Maggie Haaning

On this Whatever Wednesday episode, we discuss the importance of speech and language to early childhood development, communication, and life overall. On this podcast, we are joined by Hannah Scheller and Maggie Haaning who are both in training to become speech and language pathologist. They are currently first year students in the Saint Louis University M.A. in […]

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