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Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine is a research-intensive medical school that fosters powerful collaborations on a thriving academic medical campus. We are driven by our mission to transform the practice of medicine and profoundly impact human health beyond the individual patient. We believe better answers only come from discovery.
 
Welcome to So You Want to Transform Healthcare, a podcast series created by Health2047 Inc., the innovation subsidiary of the American Medical Association. At Health2047, our mission is to find, found and scale innovative startups that transform healthcare at the system level before the AMA’s 200th anniversary in 2047. Innovating with intention is our business. In this podcast series, our Managing Director of Medical Affairs, Dr. M. Christine Stock—Professor Emerita from Northwestern’s Feinb ...
 
Host: Samir Kakodkar, MD - specialist in Crohn's disease and ulcerative colitis Medical School: Northwestern Feinberg School of Medicine Internal Medicine Residency: Rush University Medical Center Fellowship in Gastroenterology and Hepatology: Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Advanced Fellowship in Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn's and Colitis): Northwestern Memorial Hospital Practice Location 7900 N Milwaukee Ave Suite 19, Niles, IL 60714 For appointments: 847-318-9595 Contact: samir3@g ...
 
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Dr. Art Combs, currently the president of FutureTech Strategies, Inc., speaks with host Dr. M Christine Stock, Managing Director of Medical Affairs at Health2047. Art is a physician executive and a serial entrepreneur who has served as an officer to five successful startup companies and as a Fortune 500 senior executive. They discuss his focus in n…
 
Providing evidence-based medical care to transgender and gender nonconforming youth has been a challenge in the past, as trans-related healthcare has long been understudied. Robert Garofalo, MD, MPH, discusses how gender-affirming care can improve the overall health and well-being of transgender and gender diverse children and adolescents. He also …
 
The past two years have been a crucial time for the study of infectious diseases. Richard D’Aquila, MD, professor of Medicine in the Division of Infectious Diseases at Northwestern and director of NUCATS, discusses how HIV/AIDS research is running parallel to ongoing COVID-19 research with interesting crossover and lessons learned.…
 
Nearly half of all patients with heart failure have preserved ejection fraction, or HFpEF, yet there is much that is unknown about HFpEF and how to best prevent it and treat it. Northwestern Medicine cardiologist, Sanjiv Shah, MD, leads the world's first clinical program dedicated to the study of heart failure with HFpEF. He discusses latest discov…
 
Dr. Michael Rakotz, current Vice President of Health Outcomes at the American Medical Association, speaks with host Dr. M Christine Stock, Managing Director of Medical Affairs at Health2047. They speak about Dr. Rakotz's national quality improvement initiative aimed at improving blood pressure control and preventing cardiovascular disease.…
 
We speak with Dr. Brian Lauf about the developing program at the University of Nevada-Reno. We learn about his path to becoming a PA and about his unique background in the profession. We also discuss the changes taking place nationally for the profession and he shares his perspective from his 25 years as a PA.…
 
Music-based medical interventions can have remarkable therapeutic benefits for patients diagnosed with cognitive impairments such as Alzheimer’s disease, dementia and Aphasia. Cognitive Behavioral Neurologist Borna Bonakdarpour, MD, explains how he is using and studying these clinical interventions through the new Northwestern Music and Medicine Pr…
 
We speak with Dr. Kevin Schuer from the University of Kentucky about his path to becoming a PA, about the University of Kentucky PA Department; and about his career as a professional musician with a band called The Schuers. The session includes some excerpts from their 2001 album Step Outside.By Kevin Lohenry
 
A novel gene therapy promoted transfusion independence in more than 90 percent of adult and pediatric patients with transfusion-dependent beta-thalassemia. Study co-author Jennifer Schneiderman, MD, discusses results, published in the New England Journal of Medicine.By Northwestern University
 
Yuri Goryunov, partner and technology leader in the healthcare practice at McKinsey and Company, speaks with host Dr. M Christine Stock, Managing Director of Medical Affairs at Health2047. McKinsey and Company is a trusted advisor and counselor to many of the world's most influential businesses and institutions. At McKinsey, Yuri helps payers, prov…
 
Man's best friend is helping scientists find new treatments for brain tumors. Amy Heimberger, MD, is a board-certified neurosurgeon with extensive training and experience in the field of immunology. She is part of a promising new study in canine glioblastoma that could lead to more effective human glioblastoma clinical trials.…
 
Sachin Patel, MD, PhD, is the new chair and Lizzie Gilman Professor of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Feinberg and psychiatrist-in-chief at Northwestern Memorial Hospital’s Norman and Ida Stone Institute of Psychiatry. In this episode, he talks about the current mental health crisis in this country, his research and vision for the department…
 
We speak with Stephen Neal, MPAP, PA-C who serves as the Chief of Staff for the Chinle Comprehensive Health Facility, an IHS facility in northern Arizona. He has worked here since 2016 as a PA in Family Practice and clinical informatics. We speak about COVID-19 and the impact on the Navajo Nation, the National Health Service Corps, and financial li…
 
According to the CDC, more Americans died of gun-related injuries in 2020 than in any other year on record. Judith Moskowitz, a social psychologist and professor of Medical Social Sciences at Feinberg, talks about how her NIH-funded research and intervention programs will be used to address stress and burnout in Chicago’s front-line violence preven…
 
Steph and I have a delightful conversation with Drs. Ritsema and Hermann from the George Washington University Physician Assistant Program. We learn about their program and about their roles in the Physician Associate movement in the United Kingdom and with the National Health Service Corps. We also discuss some different perspectives on the doctor…
 
Dr. Mira Irons, President and CEO of the College of Physicians of Philadelphia, speaks with host Dr. M Christine Stock, Managing Director of Medical Affairs at Health2047. Dr. Mira Irons has held numerous leadership roles in all levels of medical education and authored over 100 peer-reviewed publications. They speak about how the power of national …
 
This is my review of Zeposia (Ozanimod), a new once a day oral medication for moderate to severe ulcerative colitis. I go over the True North Study (https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2033617) in detail including efficacy and safety data. I have no conflicts of interest with any pharmaceutical companies. These are my opinions regarding Zep…
 
Mr. Ian Jones, MPAS, PA-C, CCPA, DFAAPA is a certified PA in Canada and in the United States. Trained at the University of Washington MEDEX Northwest PA Program, Mr. Jones went on to serve in Alaska and Manitoba, Canada before being asked to lead the University of Manitoba Physician Assistant Program. He is an international leader and past presiden…
 
Buzz Stewart, CEO and co-founder of Medcurio, speaks with host Dr. M Christine Stock, Managing Director of Medical Affairs at Health2047. Buzz has been using healthcare data in real-time for more than two decades with healthcare organizations such as Geisinger Health System and Sutter Health. They discuss Buzz's journey of founding and selling seve…
 
Cardiovascular disease is the leading cause of pregnancy-related deaths in the U.S. and according to a new Northwestern Medicine study published in the journal Circulation, about sixty percent of women in the U.S. have poor heart health before becoming pregnant. Study authors Sadiya Khan, MD and Natalie Cameron, MD, explain the results of the study…
 
Welcome to Season 2! We start this season by learning from one of our profession's national treasures, Ms. Ruth Ballweg, MPA, PA-C Emeritus. Ruth shares her story as one of the pioneers of our profession as well as her work on supporting the international growth of the profession with the support of the NCCPA. She highlights the challenges of being…
 
In response to the first successful animal heart transplant into a human patient, internationally renowned transplant surgeon Satish Nadig, MD, PhD, reviews some of the scientific developments that have culminated in this moment, and stresses the ongoing need for other experimental strategies. Dr. Nadig is also the new director of Feinberg's Compre…
 
Dr. Shriram Jakate is Professor Emeritus in pathology at Rush University Medical Center. He has a particular expertise in GI and liver pathology and has been interpreting slides from patients with Crohn's and colitis for over several decades. I consider him to be the best GI pathologist I have encountered in my career and during this podcast we hav…
 
Dr. Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker, founding CEO of Complete Care Management Partners, speaks with host Dr. M Christine Stock, Managing Director of Medical Affairs at Health2047. Dr. Cheryl Rucker-Whitaker is an entrepreneur, a physician, and an expert in translating epidemiologic, acute care, and social determinants of health data to services that meet pa…
 
Since coming to Northwestern in 2013, Deborah Smith Clements, MD, chair of Family & Community Medicine, has established three thriving family medicine residency programs and has been an advocate for improving the residency match process, health policy and social justice. She talks about her work, leading her department through COVID-19 and her rece…
 
This is a discussion with Dr. Assad Munis, third year gastroenterology fellow at Advocate Lutheran General Hospital, about his recent presentation "Initial Approach to Fistulizing Crohn's Disease" at our grand rounds. We discuss pathophysiology, diagnosis, and primarily medical management. We also touch on topics of stem cell therapy, hyperbaric ox…
 
While 2021 was not all we hoped for, it certainly was a transformative time in US healthcare. Dr. M Christine Stock reflects on the frank discussions she's had with innovators over the past year. Hear from individual entrepreneurs working in technology innovation, philanthropy, and government to transform healthcare. Thank you to all of our guests …
 
Immunotherapy has revolutionized cancer treatment over the last few decades, though not for glioblastoma — the most common and deadly malignant brain tumor. However, Northwestern Medicine neurosurgeon Adam Sonabend, MD, shares promising research on the potential benefits of immunotherapy for certain glioblastoma patients.…
 
We speak with Claire Norman, MSJ and Sara Diosdado-Ortiz, MBA about the Primary Care Physician Assistant Program at the Keck School of Medicine for the University of Southern California. We talk about their focus on diversity, leadership, and technology in their curriculum and Claire shares some stories about the program while Sara shares tips for …
 
I made this podcast for those who are newly diagnosed with Crohn's disease or ulcerative colitis. Dr. K’s Simplified Prescription to Treat IBD (it’s not that complicated to know what to do) 1.Start with appropriate and optimized medical therapy, preferably by an IBD specialist (like myself). 2.If this works, follow an IBD diet protocol that speaks …
 
What do we know about the effectiveness of COVID-19 boosters, and how might they better protect us from new variants such as omicron? Alexis Demonbreun, PhD, assistant professor of Pharmacology, offers insight. She is the author of a new study that shows COVID-19 boosters seem to supercharge antibody response.…
 
Dr. Bill Kohlhepp‘s PA career spans over 4 decades and throughout those years he has led in a multitude of ways and for most of the major PA organizations. He is the 2020 recipient of the PAEA Lifetime Achievement Award, a former Dean for Quinnipiac University, and a passionate leader. Dr. Kohlhepp speaks with us about his path, his program, and ab…
 
Millions of molecular proteins are swimming through our body's cells and many studies have discovered that these proteins are the main drivers of all human diseases. Scientists are now mapping proteins the way the Human Genome Project mapped genes. Northwestern's Neil Kelleher is at the forefront of the Human Proteoform Project and explains how it …
 
Dr. Carolyn Bradley-Guidry is the Assistant Dean for Diversity, Inclusion, and Equity Affairs for the UT Southwestern School of Health Professions and she is a national leader on diversity as well. We speak about her path to becoming a PA via nursing, her path to education, and the challenges of degree creep for the profession as it relates to dive…
 
We speak with Mr. Jonathan Bowser, Associate Dean and Program Director for the University of Colorado Child Health Associate Physician Assistant Program. Jon, Stephanie, and I speak about his path to the profession, his long-standing program, and his thoughts about the future of the profession. We also discuss the pros and cons for a pre-PA entranc…
 
Sam Glassenberg, founder and CEO of Level Ex, speaks with host Dr. M Christine Stock, Managing Director of Medical Affairs at Health2047. Sam Glassenberg has been leading teams at the cutting edge of the video game industry. They discuss how Sam and his team at Level Ex harnesses video game technology and cognitive neuroscience to engage and train …
 
Today we speak with Dr. Patrick Knott and Mr. Jason Radke from Rosalind Franklin University about their PA program, about post-graduate training residencies for PAs, and about a unique role that Dr. Knott has taken as an inventor and scholar. We also speak about the role of mentorship in our profession including the ironic connections the three of …
 
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