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Well / Connected with Dr. Joe Kvedar
34 minutes | Oct 15, 2019
Well Connected, EP 308, Margaret Laws
For the final episode of Season 3, Dr. Kvedar interviews Margaret Laws, President, and CEO of HopeLab. Together they talk about how her organization works with young people to co-create interventions grounded in behavioral science and human-centered design and about the power and impact that meaningful partnerships and collaborations can have on innovation. Don’t miss Margaret’s keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
26 minutes | Oct 9, 2019
Well Connected, EP 307, Cory Kidd
Dr. Cory Kidd, founder, and CEO of Catalia Health is the special guest for Episode 307. He talks with Dr. Kvedar about how AI technology can help to address chronic health conditions, the deliberate design decisions made for Mabu that improve its interactions with people, and how he’s applied early lessons learned and his entrepreneurial spirit to his work at Catalia Health. Don’t miss Cory’s keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
29 minutes | Oct 2, 2019
Well Connected, EP 306, Kyra Bobinet
We’re absolutely delighted to have Dr. Kyra Bobinet return as a guest for Episode 306. As the CEO and founder of engagedIN, a neuroscience-based design firm, she is an expert on cracking the code of WHY we engage in our health. Listen in as she and Dr. Kvedar discuss how thoughtful design can improve a person’s approach to developing healthy habits, why it’s important to reshape the concept of failure and the single most important factor in sustained behavior change. Don’t miss Kyra’s keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
32 minutes | Sep 25, 2019
Well Connected, EP 305, Chris Dancy
Health and wellness pioneer Chris Dancy is the guest of Episode 305. Often referred to as “the world’s most connected human”, Chris has spent more than a decade tracking, cataloging and analyzing the data of his life and he has a fascinating conversation with Dr. Kvedar about the many benefits that leveraging personal health data in a meaningful way can have on one’s health and wellbeing. Don’t miss Chris’ keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
26 minutes | Sep 17, 2019
Well Connected, EP 304, Dina Katabi
For episode 304, Dr. Kvedar talks with Dina Katabi, MIT Professor and Director of the Center for Wireless Networks and Mobile Computing. They have an interesting discussion about the system she designed to passively collect data without the need for devices, why it represents a major advancement in data collection and how all of this new access to vast amounts of data could be a very important tool for clinical trials. Don’t miss Dina’s keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
30 minutes | Sep 10, 2019
Well Connected, EP 303, Ariel Garten and Graeme Moffat
For episode 3 of the special Connected Health Conference 2019 Keynote Speakers series, Dr. Kvedar interviews Ariel Garten and Dr. Graeme Moffat of InteraXon, creators of Muse, the brain sensing headband. They have an interesting discussion about neurotechnologies, the benefits that Muse provides to help individuals achieve a relaxed-focus mental state and how real-time biometric feedback can teach us about our bodies. Don’t miss Ariel & Graeme’s keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
29 minutes | Sep 3, 2019
Well Connected, EP 302, Dr. Jud Brewer, MD PhD
In this special Connected Health Conference 2019 Keynote Speakers episode, Dr. Kvedar has a fantastic conversation with Dr. Judson Brewer, Director of Research & Innovation, Mindfulness Center, Brown University School of Public Health and Founder of MindSciences. They discuss Jud’s study of mindfulness, how digital therapeutics can help us break bad habits and how we can harness our minds to change the unhealthy habits that contribute to chronic health conditions. Don’t miss Jud’s keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
24 minutes | Aug 27, 2019
Well Connected, EP 301, Steve Wretling
In this special Connected Health Conference 2019 Keynote Speakers episode, Dr. Kvedar interviews Steve Wretling, Chief Technology and Information Officer of HIMSS. They discuss driving innovation within HIMSS, how immersive technologies are demonstrating positive results for chronic behavioral health conditions and how Steve views technology’s potential impact on patient engagement. Don’t miss Steve’s keynote address at the upcoming 2019 Connected Health Conference. Click for more information.
37 minutes | Feb 6, 2019
Well Connected, EP 209, Dr. Samir Damani
For Episode 9, Dr. Kvedar welcomes Dr. Samir Damani, co-founder of MintHealth. Together they discuss the evolution of blockchain technology and how it can significantly impact some of the challenges we are facing in healthcare, his perspective on the keys to patient engagement and empowerment, and his past work combining technology and analytics to create personalized patient-provider interactions.
35 minutes | Jan 29, 2019
Well Connected, EP 208, Kristen Valdes
For Episode 8, Dr. Kvedar chats with Kristen Valdes, Founder and CEO of b.Well Connected Health. Together they talk about her unique understanding of the patient experience, empowering consumers to really understand the power that their health data has in shaping their care and the challenges she’s faced as she works to actively grow her company toward 1 million users.
28 minutes | Jan 22, 2019
Well Connected, EP 207, Dr. Ray Dorsey, MD, MBA
In Episode 7, neurologist Dr. Ray Dorsey digs deep into his new study on telemedicine enabled care for people with Parkinson’s Disease, his belief in the power of digital health technologies to improve our overall health & wellness, and how health policy could change the shape of care in the next decade. Click Here to Listen to More Episodes of Well / Connected
41 minutes | Jan 16, 2019
Well Connected, EP 0206, Bruce Leff, MD
In Episode 6, Dr. Kvedar talks with geriatrician and homecare innovator Dr. Bruce Leff on the critical topics of improving healthcare for older populations, policy gaps needing to be addressed as we face an aging population, and opportunities to integrate digital health tools in a thoughtful and non-overwhelming way. Click Here to Listen to More Episodes of Well / Connected
31 minutes | Jan 8, 2019
Well Connected, EP 0205, Susannah Fox
Episode 5 brings a unique view on healthcare from writer, speaker, consultant and former US Health & Human Services CTO, Susannah Fox. Listen in on a discussion with Dr. Kvedar that ranges from depression and health behaviors in teens, how digital health engenders peer support and on the role of data as a disrupter in the digital age. Click Here to Listen to More Episodes of Well / Connected
37 minutes | Jan 2, 2019
Well Connected, EP 0204, Dr. George Savage
Episode 4 features Dr. George Savage, co-founder and Chief Medical Officer of Proteus Digital Health. Together with Dr. Kvedar, they discuss the evolution of sensor technology, digital medicines and the appeal of the healthcare and digital space for entrepreneurs. Click Here to Listen to More Episodes of Well / Connected
40 minutes | Dec 19, 2018
Well Connected, EP 0203, Dr. Rudy Tanzi
Episode 3 is one not to be missed when one of the TIME100 Most Influential People for 2015, Dr. Rudy Tanzi talks about his important work in Alzheimer’s research, his 6 steps for keeping your brain healthy, and how he balances his work as a clinician and researcher, with being a best-selling author and accomplished musician. Click Here to Listen to More Episodes of Well / Connected
31 minutes | Dec 11, 2018
Well Connected, EP 0202, Lisa Suennen
Episode 2 features Lisa Suennen, venture capital investor, healthcare industry advisor and founder of Venture Valkyrie. Listen as she and Dr. Kvedar discuss the role of venture capital funding for healthcare, her trailblazing work as a woman in an historically male dominated field and her thoughts on the emerging trends we can expect for the coming year. Click Here to Listen to More Episodes of Well / Connected
33 minutes | Dec 5, 2018
Well Connected, EP 0201 Chunka Mui
We kick off Season 2 with a really insightful interview with futurist, innovation advisor and author, Chunka Mui. Listen in as he and Dr. Kvedar reflect back on the last 10 years in the connected health space, how innovation in healthcare continues to shift and evolve and Chunka’s predictions about technology and digital health for the near future. Click Here to Listen to More Episodes of Well / Connected
28 minutes | Nov 7, 2018
Well Connected, Connected Health Conference Miniseries, EP CHC4, James Vlahos
Don’t miss this last episode of our special Connected Health Conference mini season featuring a very impactful interview with James Vlahos. Listen as he shares the story with Dr. Kvedar of how the loss of his father led to the creation of the “Dadbot”. Their conversation raises many important questions about the intersection of AI and human interactions and how with ever-improving artificial intelligence capabilities it’s critical to examine the need for an ethical framework for responsible implementation. Click here to listen to more episodes of Well / Connected
29 minutes | Oct 31, 2018
Well Connected, Connected Health Conference Miniseries, EP CHC3, Kyra Bobinet
Episode 3 of our Connected Health Conference mini-season features engagedIN founder Dr. Kyra Bobinet. She talks with Dr. Kvedar about the science behind behavior change, her experiments at changing her own behaviors and how her experiences shaped her view of design thinking in healthcare. Click here to listen to more episodes of Well / Connected
34 minutes | Oct 25, 2018
Well Connected, Connected Health Conference Miniseries EP CHC2, Rosalind Picard
Rosalind Picard Episode 2 of our special mini-season featuring Connected Health Conference speakers is a fascinating conversation between Dr. Kvedar and Rosalind Picard, Professor at MIT Media Lab and Director of Affective Computing Research. Listen in as they discuss Rosalind’s work to integrate emotion recognition in robots and computers, her expansion into autism research and the development of devices that could help humans recognize nuances in human emotions and what we can expect as we look to the future of the Internet of Things. Click here to listen to more episodes of Well / Connected
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