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Cleveland Clinic Innovations Executive Director Peter O’Neill on their Innovation Strategy

Cleveland Clinic Innovations Executive Director Peter O’Neill on their Innovation Strategy

This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Peter O’Neill, Executive Director of Cleveland Clinic Innovations, the commercialization branch of Cleveland Clinic dedicated to bringing clinicians’ inventions to the marketplace. Mr. O’Neill discusses the system that supports the clinicians/inventors, Cleveland Clinic’s global expansion, and their annual list of technologies that will disrupt health care.

Where Will Healthcare be in 2020? Thomas Jefferson University’s Dr. Steve Klasko Breaks Down His Vision of Healthcare Disruption

Where Will Healthcare be in 2020? Thomas Jefferson University’s Dr. Steve Klasko Breaks Down His Vision of Healthcare Disruption

This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Stephen K. Klasko, President and CEO of Thomas Jefferson University and Jefferson Health System, on his efforts to transform health care. Dr. Klasko made bold changes to the University and its hospitals by implementing a startup mentality and making innovation a priority among the academic and clinical departments. He also discusses how creativity and compassion are the keys to that innovation and breaks down the next steps needed to…

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Dr. Sherine Gabriel, Dean of the Mayo Medical School at the Mayo Clinic

Dr. Sherine Gabriel, Dean of the Mayo Medical School at the Mayo Clinic

This week, hosts Mark Masselli and Margaret Flinter speak with Dr. Sherine Gabriel, Dean of the Mayo Medical school at the prestigous Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, as well as a new medical school to be opened in Arizona. Dr. Gabriel talks about shifting their patient-centered medical training to incorporate 21st century needs including genomics, social determinants of health and prevention.

Looking at Health Care Differently

Looking at Health Care Differently

I’ve always been an early adopter.  If you know where to look, you can find stuff still online that I posted to the Internet back in 1982 and I’ve been on Twitter since 2006, longer than anyone else I know of in Connecticut.  So, when a friend suggested I look at a job as Social Media Manager for CHC a few years ago, I was skeptical.  I knew how important health care is, especially for underserved populations, but I was…

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