The Health Technology Podcast
Nicole Malachowski: Breaking Through the Noise

Nicole Malachowski: Breaking Through the Noise

October 18, 2021

Nicole_Malachowski.jpgColonel Nicole M. E. Malachowski is a retired fighter pilot in the United States Air Force. She was among the first group of women allowed to fly a modern fighter plane and was recognized for her accomplishments in the National Women's Hall of Fame in 2019. With over 21 years of experience in the United States Air Force including 188 hours in combat and more than 2,300 logged flight hours, she built an incredibly successful military career as a leader, an officer, and a fighter pilot.

But in her life, she’s built two careers — one in the United States Air Force, and one in advocacy and government service after a tick bite forced her into medical retirement.

Today, she’s the Commissioner of the President’s Commission on White House Fellowships, a board member of the LivLyme foundation, and a fierce advocate for individuals with Tick Borne illnesses.

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek.

Stephanie Tilenius: Treating the Body and the Mind

Stephanie Tilenius: Treating the Body and the Mind

October 11, 2021

Stephanie_Tileniusbcwwt.jpgStephanie Tilenius is the founder & CEO of Vida Health, a licensed virtual medical care platform with therapists, coaches, and nutritionists operating in all 50 states. Vida allows consumers with multiple diagnoses to receive care uniquely suited to their needs by addressing a range of medical conditions, rather than singling any one condition out.  Before she launched Vida Health, Stephanie ran consumer experience platforms in big-name companies like Google, eBay, and PayPal. 

We talk about how Vida got its start, the importance of addressing mental and physical health together, and the future of virtual medicine. 

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek. 

 

Mehdi Peikar: Fighting Tooth and Nail

Mehdi Peikar: Fighting Tooth and Nail

October 4, 2021

Mehdi_Peikar_1_9n36k.pngDr. Medhi Peikar is the inventor and founder of BRIUS Technology. Dr. Peikar started as a dental student in Iran, traveled to the United States for his PhD in Biomechanics from Johns Hopkins, and against all odds became a huge entrepreneurial success while in residency. BRIUS’ revolutionary tooth-straightening method doesn't show from the front or require constant checkups, which differentiates it from other methods like braces or Invisalign. Although today BRIUS boasts FDA approval and hundreds of successful treatments, it hasn’t been an easy road —for BRIUS or for Dr. Pekhar.

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek. 

Joel Klein: Making the Most of IT

Joel Klein: Making the Most of IT

September 27, 2021

Klein_1_74qu7.pngJoel Klein is the Chief Information Officer of Maryland Medical System, where he oversees the operation of medical information technology for over 29,000 employees in fourteen different hospitals and fifteen different practice locations. As CIO, he uses his experience as an emergency physician and his technological expertise to make medical technology work for the people who use it every day. We discuss a day in the life of the CIO of such a large company, and how experience as a physician can give senior officers an advantage. Joel also talks about how COVID vaccination programs work on the IT side— both in the early days of the pandemic, and now.  

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek. 

Chris McFadden: The Future of Care

Chris McFadden: The Future of Care

September 20, 2021

CMcFadden.jpegChris McFadden, Managing Director at KKR, a leading global investment firm working with healthcare companies. Chris is also a founding member of the COVID Patient Recovery Alliance, a contributing author to MedCity, and a board member of several medical and healthcare companies.  

In this episode, Chris discusses what it means to work at a global investment firm, which leads to some big questions about medicine in a post-pandemic world. What are the benefits and drawbacks of telemedicine? How will increased awareness of mental illness affect medical systems? And how can healthcare companies continue to adapt as the world re-opens?   

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek. 

Vinod Khosla: Hubris and Paranoia

Vinod Khosla: Hubris and Paranoia

September 13, 2021

Vinod_Khosla7zrax.pngVinod Khosla, founder of Khosla Ventures and cofounder of Sun Microsystems. Vinod is an entrepreneur, investor, and technologist as well as a mentor to entrepreneurs building technology-based businesses. Vinod discusses the differences between the practice of medicine and the science of medicine. We also explore the value of exercising two extremes: hubris and paranoia.  

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek.

Hemant Taneja: Greater Intention

Hemant Taneja: Greater Intention

August 30, 2021

GC-Hemant-Taneja_3_7796g.jpgWelcome to the 100th episode of the Health Technology Podcast!

Hemant Taneja is the managing partner of the venture capital firm General Catalyst. Hemant is a visionary leader in the healthcare space. He is an investor, founder, and author of several books including Unscaled and his 2020 book UnHealthcare: A Manifesto for Health Assurance. We talk about what it means to truly deliver access to health rather than just access to care. Hemant advocates for Responsible Innovation, which means engineering for growth and good with greater intention.  

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek.

 

Kevin Coloton: The Maturity Curve

Kevin Coloton: The Maturity Curve

August 26, 2021

KevinColoton_1_bimvw.pngOur guest today is Kevin Coloton, founder and CEO of Curation Health, an advanced clinical decision support platform. Kevin founded Curation to simplify care delivery after he observed the challenges of shifting to value-based care reimbursement structures. Kevin talks about his experiences as the healthcare CIO for a Fortune 20 organization. He advocates for meeting providers where they are on the maturity curve towards value-based care.  

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek.

 

David Kuraguntla: The Internet of the Body

David Kuraguntla: The Internet of the Body

August 16, 2021

Dave_Kuraguntla6ycjl.pngDave Kuraguntla is the co-founder and CEO of Alio. Alio is a remote monitoring platform for managing chronic conditions. David attended West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine on a Health Professions Scholarship from the United States Air Force. He was preparing to begin a surgical residency when he was confronted with the need for the Alio remote monitoring platform. In this episode, David explains Alio’s mission to take the internet of things and transform it into the internet of the body. We also discuss the importance of finding investors whose goals and incentives are aligned with those of the company.  

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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek.

Paddy Padmanabhan: Accelerating the Future

Paddy Padmanabhan: Accelerating the Future

August 9, 2021

Paddy_lg.jpgPaddy Padmanabhan, author of the best-selling book Healthcare Digital Transformation: How Consumerism, Technology and Pandemic are Accelerating the Future. Paddy is also the founder and CEO of Damo Consulting, a digital transformation advisory firm, the author of The Big Unlock, and the host of the podcast also called The Big Unlock. We discuss the evolving role of CIOs, telehealth reimbursement rates, and the role of consumerism in shaping healthcare experiences.
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“The Health Technology Podcast” is produced by Herminio Neto, hosted by Christine Winoto, and engineered by Andrew John Rojek.

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