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51 minutes | Apr 12, 2020
Episode 5 Katherine Redlus #COVID Coping Now
You've been asking for it, and she is here for her 10xTotalPodcast debut. Katherine Redlus, my daughter, follows up our Thanksgiving 2019 co-authored article entitled, "Gratitude and Thanksgiving" with a 50-minute gem of rich content and conversation during the height of the COVID-19 crisis. As many of you know, Katherine attempted suicide in August 2018, and has taken that moment in her life to learn and transform herself. She shares many of those learnings including building and fortifying an inner fortress, self soothing, meditation, and other practical tools that seem especially relevant to what everyone is going through across the world today. In addition, I have a special co-host for this episode, Paul Castaldo. Paul is a colleague and dear friend, and when interviewing your own child, it's important to do that with someone that you trust. We hope that you enjoy one of my favorite episodes.
70 minutes | Nov 17, 2019
Episode 4 Don McDaniel #FreeMarket Healthcare Accelerator
On today’s show, guest and free market champion Don McDaniel explores what it means to apply free market principles to healthcare, why being a stage-agnostic partner is a good thing, and the role of educational institutions in transforming the industry. This episode goes a full hour but is chock full of incredibly insightful free market thoughts and ideas from our guest, Don McDaniel, CEO of Canton & Company. About DonDon is a serial entrepreneur with more than 25 years of experience in healthcare leadership. As CEO of Canton & Company, he helps pioneering healthcare firms across the industry achieve growth and success. He is a recognized thought leader and health economist, and a sought-after speaker, writer, and facilitator. Consistent across his diverse background is helping disruptive healthcare companies of all sizes and stages succeed through strategic growth.
67 minutes | Oct 16, 2019
Episode 3 The Big Three #NewProductDevelopment
This episode goes a little longer than normal as it approaches a full hour in duration, so apologies out of the gate, but we get to hear from one of my very favorite trios at Tridiuum. While I'm typically reticent to boast, these three people routinely amaze me in how they ideate, design, architect, and build world class digital behavioral health products used by patients, providers, caregivers, and health system executives every single day. Some quick stats on the scale and impact of the products created by this Product and Engineering trinity: 780,000 daily page views of the Tridiuum1 Platform; 7,000 unique patients supported in active treatment daily; 3,000 unique clinical providers delivering care to those patients; improvement among patients at twice the rate of those receiving traditional behavioral health interventions; and finally, when compared to the gold standard in U.S. health care today, a reduction of 70% of the time it takes patients to see a provider for their first appointment. And the accomplishments really can go on and on, as well as the stats. We thought that today's episode could help anyone investing in, working on, or implementing digital health products. While it is sometimes true that lightning strikes and a special team forms around a unique mission, these three continue to work at the relationship a lot and that in turn has helped to bring some extraordinary products to market.
42 minutes | Sep 25, 2019
Episode 2 From Good to Great #Behavioral Health
Today, we get to hear from our very first guest on the show ever and to do that, we have taken the team on the road, San Diego, California to be exact. During this episode, we get to talk with Dr. Dan Gizzo, one of the true leaders and practitioners in the area of Feedback Informed Care within the domain of behavioral health psychotherapy. In this episode, Dan takes us through the art of digitally enabled clinical review, feedback informed care, optimizing therapeutic effectiveness, and gives us his take on the prospective role of artificial intelligence in behavioral health. Daniel Gizzo, Ph.D. is a clinical psychologist specializing in working with children and adolescents. He is a graduate of the California School of Professional Psychology and is licensed as a psychologist in California and New York. He is the Training Director for the APA-accredited Kaiser Permanente Medical Care Program doctoral internship in clinical psychology located in San Diego. Dr. Gizzo also provides a variety of clinical services in an HMO setting, including pediatric neuropsychological assessment, autism/developmental assessment, and assessment of ADHD. Dr. Gizzo is the chair of the Kaiser Permanente Southern California Regional Psychologists workgroup and oversees their continuing education program for psychologists. Dr. Gizzo’s clinical interests include clinical research, evidence based treatment for children, treatment of Tourette’s Syndrome, and Feedback Informed Care in psychotherapy.
35 minutes | Sep 3, 2019
Episode 1 Inauguration
This is episode 1 of the 10xTotal podcast. Mark and Gabriel introduce each other and the podcast to the world. We've been talking about doing this podcast for close to a year now. We enjoy talking, brainstorming, co-creating, and challenging each other so much that this was an opportunity to expose some of those discussions to the rest of the world, but also invite interesting innovators in healthcare into the conversation to expand our collective apertures. We talk about who this podcast is for, what we hope for you to get out of it, and have a ton of fun doing it. Stay tuned as we take the show on the road to sunny San Diego, CA for Episode 2, with Dr. Dan Gizzo, Behavioral Health Psychologist and leading innovator in digital feedback informed care. See you in two weeks!
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