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4 minutes | May 9, 2022
A new chapter for Beyond Medicine Podcast
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51 minutes | Apr 26, 2022
Dr. Daniel Paull - Founder and CEO of Easy Orthopedics - The existential crisis of doctors
Today, we are joined by Dr. Daniel Paull. Dr. Paull is an orthopedic surgeon, founder and CEO of Easy Orthopedics. A surgeon by training, and a medical field disruptor by passion and author of the book, So You got Into Medical School…Now What? I have been following his Linkedin posts for quite a while and I resonate deeply with his posts, that's why I brought him to the show today. Are today's doctors softer than old-fashioned doctors? We talk about the constant fears and doubts that surround us after residency and the widespread "Pseudo stability trap" that we, as physicians, still believe in. We talk about our personal experience with an existential crisis and Dr. Paull tells us what helped him overcome his. Quotes: "Look, when you're seeing a patient,there's an algorithmic ways to treat somebody, but you have to take into account their social, their economic, and their emotional situation. And that's where the kind of art of medicine comes in." - Dr. Daniel Paull "I think that's where a lot of the disconnect is where someone says, I don't like practicing medicine. Really what they might be is they don't like practicing medicine the way they are practicing it now. There's a big disconnect from how you kind of learn what medicine maybe should be like in medical school to how it's actually carried out in residency afterwards" - Dr. Daniel Paull "I mean, nobody really forms a business because things are good. You form it because things aren't good. There's a problem either where you're working or there's some problem you're trying to solve or something's not going right." - Dr. Daniel Paull "To make it through medical training, you have to be so stubborn. Like, I thought I was one of the most stubborn people I knew. And then I went to med school. I'm like, oh, everybody's stubborn." - Dr. Daniel Paull "We need people out not only seeing patients, but we need people on the other side of things, developing technology, working with big business, fighting for physician rights and trying to make a better system, because the reason we're in this mess in the first place is because doctors decided not to care about business. - Dr. Rami "If you don't focus on the business part of your practice, somebody else will do it for you. And you probably won't like it" - Dr. Daniel Paull "When you go on your residency interview, take note of how happy the people are when you're interviewing. And if all of them are happy, it's probably good. If they're all miserable, don't go there because you're not going to be an outlier, you will be miserable too." - Dr. Daniel Paull Show Notes: The reasons for an existential crisis What helped Dr. Paull overcome his existential crisis What is destroying your health The constant fears and doubts that surrounds us after residency The reality of medicine today Why you should be a disruptive type The "pseudo stability trap" How its to be a doctor and be part of the status quo at the same time The difficulties of speaking out about the system that you are in The disagreements between doctors in orthopedics Are today's doctors softer than old fashioned doctors? How the residency works When do you need an MBA Links: https://easyorthopedics.com/ Buy Dr. Paull's book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/You-Into-Medical-School-What/dp/0990940047/ref=sr_1_fkmrnull_1?crid=1TSQFDZHEAG3V&keywords=so+you+got+into+medical+school+now+what&qid=1554077339&s=gateway&sprefix=so+you+got+into+me%2Caps%2C163&sr=8-1-fkmrnull
55 minutes | Jan 10, 2022
Everything wrong with medicine. A follow up conversation with Dr. Aleah
Intro: Dr. Aleah and I dive deep into the difficulties, misconceptions and everything that we believe is wrong with medicine. "None of us know how to market ourselves or find the right people because, you know, we've been brainwashed. Thats just like, you are a clinician, thats what you are." Dr. Aleah shares some of the most common problems with our medical curriculum and the importance of have skills that complement your medical career. We have an honest conversation about the barriers that we face as doctors, why doctors should know about finances and how to make extra real money during medical residency. "We already know this, that hospital systems make a lot of money off of residents and the care that they provide" We talk about the insane and overwhelming medical residency journey and how to keep your sanity during the process. How to take calculated risks, and the danger of over self-sacrifice and not having boundaries in medicine. Quotes: "I'd rather watch the system burn, than see all my colleagues burn" - Dr. Rami "If you actually finish your medical degree and then don't do residency, you actually cant even volunteer to help people " - Dr. Rami "Boundaries are good but we cant put a boundary with patients" - Dr. Aleah "Boundaries tend to benefit both parties, maybe not initially, but in the long run they do" - Dr. Aleah Show notes: The importance of business in medicine; The emergence of the gig economy for clinicians; The barriers that we face as doctors; How to make extra real money during medical residency; How to be resilient The importance of boundaries in medicine.
44 minutes | Jan 3, 2022
Kyle Claussen - CEO of Resolve - Empowering physicians, contract negotiations and using leverage as power
Kyle Claussen is the CEO of Resolve, a company that assists, ensures and advises doctors as they transition in their medical careers. Medical school can be very challenging and difficult, you go through a very exhausting process just to realize in the end that you were not prepared for negotiating a contract, the pitfalls of non-compete agreements or any part of the business side of medicine. That's why Resolve exists. Kyle explains to us how the the lack of preparation and training disadvantages and disempowers doctors. Finding the right practice, analyzing an opportunity and negotiating a contract, are some of the features Resolve offers to help physicians around the country. Find out more at Resolve or to use their services, click here: https://www.resolve.com/ use the discount code BM10 for 10% off any of their services.
109 minutes | Nov 8, 2021
Dr. Rusha Modi - Alchemy of politics, Doctors in Politics, Vaccine mandates & more.
Rusha Modi MD MPH is a physician, public health expert, patient advocate, and digital health consultant focused on the conversations that can push society forward and make us stronger at the broken places. Dr. Rusha and I dive into the world of politics, why it's important for physicians to play a active role in politics and some politically sensitive topics around vaccine mandates and Trump's 2024 political campaign. Sponsors:Resolve Physician Agency: Use code BM10 for 10% off any services listed on their site. Click here to visit the site!
69 minutes | Nov 1, 2021
Dr. Ann Tsung - NASA Flight Surgeon - Setting Long Term Goals, Finding Fulfillment.
Dr. Ann Tsung, NASA flight surgeon and part-time emergency medicine and critical care physician, discusses tips for fulfillment, productivity and following one’s curiosity. Dr. Tsung remembers being fascinated by outer space ever since she was nine years old. Motivated by her background as the immigrant daughter of a single mother, Dr. Tsung had an intense commitment to her goals — a commitment that, today, manifests in “habit-stacking.” She often wakes up at around 5 a.m., takes a cold shower, then tackles her hardest task of the day. As a flight surgeon, Dr. Tsung helps astronauts reach peak performance in space flight by following them through pre-training and going through launch and landing. While astronauts are in space, flight surgeons sit at mission control for eight-hour shifts to be there for any medical contingencies. “We’re basically their primary care physician, but a little bit more because we learn the physiological changes of space,” NASA flight doctors have specialized practice in the effects of g-force, vibrations and radiation on astronauts’ bodies. Dr. Tsung had initially planned to be an emergency medicine physician full-time but, after completing her residency, felt that something was missing. So she returned to her passion for space, and urged listeners to follow their gut instincts too. To connect with Dr. Tsung, follow her on LinkedIn.
43 minutes | Oct 25, 2021
Ruby Gadelrab - Co-Founder/CEO MDisrupt - The Catalyst for Digital Health.
Ruby is a seasoned commercial health exec in the biotech, healthcare and healthtech industries. She is CEO and Co founder of MDisrupt, the world’s first platform for connecting clinicians and scientists with digital health companies. After working with high profile companies including 23andMe, Ruby has expert insights when it comes to how tech and healthcare collide.
46 minutes | Oct 19, 2021
059 Daniel Pink - Incentives in Healthcare, Autonomy, Mastery, Purpose
Dan Pink is the author of several New York Times bestsellers—Drive, To Sell is Human, When, and A Whole New Mind—in which, broadly, he examines topics like creativity, work, and humanity. In this episode, we discuss topics relating to today’s healthcare system, distilling major criticisms and proposed solutions. Among the problems discussed are defensive medicine, physician burnout, and incentives built into US health insurance. Methods to alleviate these problems, Dan suggests, "re-igniting physicians’ passion for their scientific work" To conclude our discussion, Dan and I explore the possibilities of AI in medicine—and how this technology could free physicians to practice more creatively and holistically. If doctors’ time is freed up from diagnosis of diabetes, but she still meets with the patient, she can actually get to the contextual and systemic things that might be surrounding that diabetes. For instance: the person is lonely, doesn’t have a lot of friends, is cut off from social connections…and, as a consequence of that, is not eating well.” Addressing these factors, Mr. Pink says, represents the greatest (if least glamorous) “opportunity to help people to be healthy.” To learn more about Dan’s work, follow him on LinkedIn, Twitter, or his personal website, which includes articles, videos, and interviews. To watch this episode on YouTube -https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rvyOFiHvkk8&t=53s
51 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
058 - Vikram Raya, MD - Physician-preneurs, Financial Freedom, Mindset-Freedom.
Vik Raya, MD is a Cardiologist and serial entrepreneur who has built multiple seven-figure businesses since completing his training. The secret to successful entrepreneurship, he says, is simple: Eliminate “either/or” from your vocabulary and replace it with “and.” What makes Dr. Raya unique is that he rejects conformity in a manner totally at odds with the linearity of medical training, where we are trained to fulfill a role in a static hierarchy. In this episode, Dr. Raya discusses being a "businessman and doctor", "father and entrepreneur." Currently, Dr. Raya holds the positions of CEO and Founding Partner of Viking Capital Investments, LLC; Founder of Limitless MD; and the CEO and Founder of the Vitology Institute, a functional medicine practice. All the while, he remains a practicing cardiologist—largely, as a fallback career."We’re in the era of the physician-preneur,” “Create side hustles, fertilize your side hustles, and once they start maturing—then you can start backing off on your day job.” Dr. Raya spotlights physician burnout and the “golden handcuffs” and how to break free. “I always want to uplevel and help somebody,” “I just started in the health arena, and that’s not where I ended up.” To contact Dr. Raya, connect with him on LinkedIn or message him via his website vikramraya.com. August 8, 2021 Beyond Medicine Podcast Private Policy Disclosure This private policy discloses the privacy practices for Beyond Medicine Podcast. This private policy applies solely to information collected by this site. Information, Collection Use and Sharing We are sole owners of the information collected on this site. We only have access to collect information that you voluntarily give us via email and/or any social media platform. We will not sell or rent this information to anyone. We will use your information to respond to you, regarding the reason you contacted us. We will not share your information with any third party outside of our organization, other than as necessary to fulfill your request, i.e. to ship an order, contests, promos etc. unless you ask us not to, we may contact you via email or social media in the future to tell you about specials, new products or services, or changes to this private policy. We encourage you to share our site to others without any compromise or manipulation to the contents within it. Beyond Medicine Podcast © 2018
55 minutes | Jun 22, 2021
055 - Dr. Benjamin Schwartz - Orthopedic Surgeon and Healthcare Innovator
Dr. Schwartz is an orthopedic surgeon with over 13 years of experience in private practice. He is the Chief Innovation officer for Healent, an early-stage healthcare technology company, and serves on the medical advisory board of Buoy Health. Dr. Schwartz has received awards for Excellence in Clinical care and was a top performer in the CMS BPCI-A program in 2019. He is a LinkedIn Top Voice and a leader among physicians and the healthcare innovation space.
58 minutes | Jun 15, 2021
054 - Dr. Ravi Gupta - Viking Capital Co-Founder and Managing Partner
Join our conversation with Dr. Gupta... Dr. Gupta shares his story (1:58) The Five Freedoms: financial freedom, freedom of time, geographic freedom, freedom of health and well-being, and freedom of giving/charity How Dr. Gupta got into real estate (6:41) Nuts & Bolts (13:20) Why invest in real estate? (Tl;dr: “It’s lucrative, it’s interesting, and there’s a tremendous tax benefit.”) Should I hire a management company? What is today’s market like? Tips for a first-time investor (28:08) 1) If you’re going to live in a property, make sure you’re planning to stay there for at least 3-5 years. 2) Have a good exit plan in place 3) Buy the cheapest property in the best area you could buy in “Creating your freedom”: transition into practicing medicine for passion, not profit (47:07) Learn more about Viking Capital
41 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
053 - Antoine Robiliard- Withings and the Future of Connected Health Technology
Antoine Robiliard is the Vice President of Withings, one of the largest connected health device companies in the world. Antoine takes us through the background of the company and how they started from this desire to be able to connect the body scale to the internet. They started with the first smart scale on the market and continued with other devices such as smart watches, thermometers, blood pressure monitors and much more. The timeless sleek design of their products adds a fashionable touch to such health products that typically may not have such a positive connotation. Wearable technology is becoming more of an essential part of modern healthcare as it could play a pivotal role in the success of remote patient monitoring. Dive into this episode to learn more about the future of connected health technology as it is incorporated into telehealth. Check out all of their latest products at www.withings.com.
56 minutes | May 28, 2021
052- Prerak Juthani - MD-MBA Yale Medical Student and Cofounder of REACT!
Prerak Juthani is a Yale medical student currently on the MD-MBA track. He is also one of the founders of the REACT! board game, a game designed to help students learn organic chemistry. Prerak took us through the process that started REACT! from ideation to implementation and creation all the way to market availability. He also touched on how this business venture that was started in his post-baccalaureate days strengthened his ability to think in a creative and innovative manner. Using Prerak's own experience in solving open-ended problems through the project of REACT!, we discuss the importance of utilizing and consistently honing this problem-solving skill to apply this process in medicine to drive innovation towards solutions in healthcare. To follow Prerak on Instagram, find him @prerakcity and check out his podcast Red White & Brown on Instagram @redwhitebrownpod. To find out more information on the REACT! board game and how to purchase, please follow the link https://www.reactgame.com/
58 minutes | May 18, 2021
051- Dr. Douglas Farrago- Direct Primary Care Pioneer and Founder of DPC News and Authentic Medicine
Dr. Douglas Farrago is a retired family medicine physician who was one of the earliest pioneers of the Direct Primary Care (DPC) model. Even though he has retired from his own DPC practice, he is actively involved in developing more awareness on the DPC model as a founder of DPC news, a blog that brings to you all the latest information on DPC. He is also the founder of Authentic Medicine which is a blog to help create a space for the start of a dialogue by doctors for other doctors on various social topics in medicine. Check out this podcast episode where we discuss the importance of having an open dialogue with healthy satire in medicine amongst physicians and Dr. Farrago’s background and involvement in the overall DPC movement. To learn more about DPC News, visit the website at https://dpcnews.com or on Instagram @yourdpcnews. To learn more about Authentic Medicine, visit the website at https://authenticmedicine.com
102 minutes | Apr 26, 2021
050 - Dr. Jeff Gold - Primary Care Physician and Founder of Gold Direct Care (GDC)
Dr. Jeff Gold MD is a primary care physician in Massachusetts & Founder of Gold Direct Care. In 2015, Dr. Gold opened Gold Direct Care (GDC) and has been a growing practice since. He is a pioneer in the direct primary care space and is passionate about creating value for patients and the healthcare system. This podcast is focused on openly discussing topics related to value based medicine mixed in with plenty of moments of comic relief. To learn more about his practice, visit https://golddirectcare.com.
51 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
049 - Dr. Uma Naidoo - Nutritional Psychiatrist and Author of This Is Your Brain On Food
Dr. Uma Naidoo is a Harvard trained psychiatrist who has an expertise in nutrition. Not only is Dr. Naidoo a physician, she is a professional chef and nutritional specialist. Dr. Naidoo found her calling through delving into her love of food and understanding the gut-brain connection. To learn more about Dr. Naidoo, visit her website at https://umanaidoomd.com. To order her book, This Is Your Brain On Food: An Indispensable Guide To The Surprising Foods That Fight, purchase at your local bookstore or online. You can also buy online at Barnes and Noble, iBooks, or Indie Bound by visiting https://umanaidoomd.com. To follow Dr. Naidoo on social media, follow her on Twitter @DrUmaNaidoo or on Instagram @drumanaidoo.
62 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
048 - Dr. Tim Spector - Genetic Epidemiologist and Gut Microbiome Researcher
Dr. Tim Spector is a genetic epidemiologist and well accomplished gut microbiome researcher. Currently, he serves as the Director of the TwinsUK Registry at King’s College London and directs the British Gut Microbiome Project. He is the Co-founder of evidence based research project company known as ZOE. ZOE serves to help people understand how they respond to certain foods based on their genetic makeup and gut microbiome. To learn more about ZOE, visit https://joinzoe.com. Dr. Spector has written multiple books - Diet Myth, Identically Different, and Spoon Fed - which focus on genetics, twin studies, and gut health. To purchase his books, visit Amazon or his website https://www.tim-spector.co.uk. To connect with Dr. Spector on social media, follow him on Instagram @tim.spector or Twitter @timspector
68 minutes | Mar 17, 2021
047 - Dr. Saya Nagori - Ophthalmologist and Reproductive Healthcare Entrepreneur
Dr. Saya Nagori is a board-certified Ophthalmologist and healthcare entrepreneur. Beyond her 10 years of experience as an eye doctor, Dr. Nagori has multiple businesses that she runs and operates. She is the Physician Founder of SimpleHealth, a company that provides prescription birth control supplements at both an affordable and convenient way. Her latest project, Femhealth, focuses on sharing evidence based information on women’s health and reproductive care. To learn more about SimpleHealth, visit https://www.simplehealth.com. To learn more about FemHealth, visit https://www.femhealthproject.com. Dr. Saya Nagori is part of many social media outlets and is open to hearing people’s ideas and meeting physicians interested in her startup companies. To get in touch with Dr. Nagori, follow her on Instagram at @doctor.saya. You can also follow her on Twitter @sayanagoriMD and Clubhouse @sayanagoriMD.
54 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
046 - Dr. Isabel Van De Keere - Founder of Immersive Rehab, a Virtual Reality Healthcare Startup
Dr. Isabel Van De Keere is the CEO and Founder of Immersive Rehab, which is a health technology startup. Through her personal experiences of going through rehab, she decided to create a company that uses games, virtual reality, and immersive technology to improve physical and neurological rehabilitation. To follow Dr. Van Der Keere, find her on Twitter @ScienceRoadie. To learn more about Immersive Rehab, check out https://immersiverehab.com. In this podcast, we discuss Dr. Isabel’s journey with Immersive Rehab, how she started her business venture, what she has learned so far and what she hopes to accomplish in the future.
86 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
045 - Dr. Scott Sigman MD - Orthopaedic Surgeon and Founder of OrthoLazer
Dr. Sigman will keep you laughing and intrigued. He is passionate about orthopedics, OrthoLazer and making a difference in the fight against the opioid epidemic. OrthoLazer is an innovative MLS M8-Robotic Laser that emits specific wavelengths to damaged cells, stimulating intracellular activity, and in turn reducing pain and inflammation in inflamed areas. It is a non-invasive technique and FDA approved. To learn more about OrthoLazer, visit https://ortholazer.com.
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