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THE VOICE OF HEALTHCARE

Episode 10: 

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speak with Tama Duffy Day, Health and Wellness Practice Leader for Gensler. The wide-ranging conversation focuses on 'generative' spaces, and how a firm like Gensler approaches the creation of spaces which restore patients and healthcare practitioners alike. A number of reports and books are cited within the show - those links can be found at VoiceFirst.FM within the Voice of Healthcare show page.

Also, mark your calendar for August 7 - The Voice of Healthcare Summit takes place at Harvard Medical School in Boston.

Featured in this episode:  

Sound Health: How Noise Can Inspire Healing

Gensler Design Podcast

The Longevity Economy by Joseph F. Coughlin

Humanizing Virtual Healthcare (article within magazine)

Uniting Healthcare & Community: Connecting The Dots

The Theory of Generative Space

Episode 9: 

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speak with Dr. Teri Fisher, creator of www.AlexaInCanada.ca and physician and clinical assistant professor at the University of British Columbia. The conversation focuses on the genesis of the Alexa in Canada podcast, which is hosted by Dr. Fisher and part of the VoiceFirst.FM network, as well as privacy concerns related to voice tech in healthcare, and even what Teri hopes to see from Amazon's recently-announced new healthcare venture with Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan.

Check out The Voice of Healthcare Summit, taking place August 7 in Boston, MA (at the Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School) at www.VOHSummit.com - Dr. Teri Fisher, this month's guest, as well as hosts Dr. Cybulsky and Bradley Metrock will be speaking as part of the program.

The article discussed on this show is available here:   

How Voice-First Technology Can Transform Canadian Health Care: The Right Care, The Right Time, The Right Place

Episode 8:

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speak with Omri Yoffe, founder of LifeBEAM and inventor of the Vi Personal Trainer. The conversation focuses on the Vi, which is a highly unique application of voice-first technology to the healthcare space, and then shifts to a broader discussion on voice technology's role in healthcare moving forward. Part of the VoiceFirst.FM network.

Episode 7: 

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speak with Dr. Jim Rickards, Senior Medical Director for Population Health and Delivery System Collaboration at Moda Health, as well as author of Our Health Plan: Community Governed Healthcare That Works. Dr. Rickards discusses his experience with the CCO model and elaborates on optimism that technology, including voice-first technology, can play an integral role in achieving better outcomes for patients and providers. Part of the VoiceFirst.FM network.

Episode 6: 

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) speak with Nate Treloar, President and Chief Operating Officer of Orbita. The company, produces a voice-first product designed to influence patient outcomes by tying voice interactions to a mobile app, allowing for better management of chronic conditions. The discussion spans not just the 'humanity' of Orbita's offerings, but the increasing role voice technology will play in all of our lives sooner rather than later. Part of the VoiceFirst.FM network.

 

Episode 5: 

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interview Ilana Shalowitz, Senior VUI Designer for Emmi. The interview spans how Emmi uses conversation design to spur better decisions in patients outside of the hospital, to Shalowitz's own long, winding road to reach her current voice design role.

Episode 4: 

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interview Cathy Pearl, VP of User Experience at Sensely, and discuss her background, Sensely's approach to improving healthcare, and psychology behind how voice technology can help achieve better health care outcomes.

Episode 3

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interview Dr. Saji Salam, formerly of Accenture, who is the entrepreneur behind YourMedInfo, a new medical adherence platform involving Amazon's Alexa and other voice technologies. (The medical study referred to in the podcast can be viewed online here.)

Episode 2: 

Co-hosts Dr. Matt Cybulsky (Principal, Ionia) and Bradley Metrock (CEO, Score Publishing) interview Dr. Joe Marks, the Executive Director of the Center for Machine Learning and Health at Carnegie Mellon. The interview spans voice technology in health care, touches on the Alexa Fund's recent presence on Carnegie Mellon's campus, discusses the Echo Show and Echo Look and their potential health care applications, and concludes with Dr. Marks revealing his favorite U2 track.

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Episode 1

Interview by co-host Bradley Metrock of fellow co-host Dr. Matt Cybulsky, discussing Dr. Cybulsky's recent pitch to The Alexa Fund, along with recent voice-first developments.

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