15 Minutes With The Doctor: Learn from Healthcare Entrepreneurs and Innovators
By Dr Vinay Shankar: Doctor | Author | Innovator
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In 15 Minutes With The Doctor, Vinay Shankar shares the stories of healthcare entrepreneurs and innovators who are growing their unique ideas. Learn from their journeys, including successes and mistakes, so you can make your change to healthcare and grow your OWN idea. Each show covers key strategies, interesting concepts, and has actionable tips and tricks for listeners.
||Clean21: 18 Months & 4000 Patients Later…With Dr Paul Upton From Ultramed||On this episode, we are joined by Dr Paul Upton from Ultramed. Paul was the first guest on the show and he discussed MyPreOp – A digital platform built to improve pre-operative assessment for patients and hospitals.||10/4/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean20: Patent Masterclass for Healthcare Entrepreneurs & Innovators||On this special masterclass episode, we are joined by Phil, a patent attorney with a company called EIP. It’s a longer than usual episode but it covers the essentials in regards to patents. Phil gives us a concise but thorough description of patents,||7/23/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean19: Solving The Ultrasound Probe-lem With Victor from Usono||In this episode, we chat to Victor from Usono. A Dutch company that specialises in improving and innovating the use of ultrasound in healthcare. They develop smart ultrasound accessories that help to make the application of ultrasound better.||6/13/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean18: Inventions for Mobility with Lise Pape||In this episode, we have Lise, founder of Walk With Path. Lise was inspired to start the company after she witnessed the challenges her father faced with Parkinson’s disease. The company is focused on increasing mobility and preventing injuries.||5/10/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean17: Creating a Patient-controlled Medical Record with Mohammed from Patients Know Best||In this episode, we welcome Mohammad, founder of Patients Know Best. The platform is a patient-controlled medical record system with numerous features for users, including seeing results, communicating with health professionals,||4/12/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean16: Creating a Platform to Improve Employee Wellbeing with Soma Analytics||In this episode, we talk to Christopher, one of the founders of Soma Analytics. They have developed a tool which supports organisations to improve the mental wellbeing of their employees. We talk about how their unique approach seeks to improve the hum.||3/1/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean15: Optimising the Dining Industry with Tarryn from Kafoodle||In this episode we have Tarryn Gorre who is a chef, nutritionist and founder of Kafoodle. It’s a software company which helps businesses in the hospitality or care sector easily generate food recipes, including nutrition,||1/22/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean14: Using Machine-Learning to Reduce No-Shows with Benjamin Fels||Today, we have Benjamin, the Co-founder of Macro-Eyes, a machine-learning company that simplifies personalised patient care. One of their products is Sibyl, it’s a scheduling tool that can help predict when patients are most likely to attend their med||12/8/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean13: Doctors Recommend Other Doctors With Dr Kartik Modha||In this episode, we talk to Dr Kartik Modha, who is the founder of myHealthSpecialist.com and Tiko’s GP Group – A social media group for primary care doctors in the UK. Kartik is listed as one of the 50 most influential GP’s in UK.||10/13/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean12: How to Change Rehabilitation Using Gamification with Cosmin Mihaiu||In this episode, we welcome co-founder and TED speaker Cosmin from MIRA Rehab. It’s a software platform which uses games in physical rehabilitation. It was built as a result of Cosmin’s health experience when he broke his arm.||9/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean11: Using Deep Learning in Radiology With Jeroen van Duffelen||In this one, we interview Jeroen, the co-founder of Aidence. Aidence started in 2015 when the company saw the opportunity to apply artificial intelligence technologies to medical image analysis. Learn how Aidence can automatically analyse radiological .||8/25/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean10: Augmented Reality in Medical Education With Brad Waid||In this episode, we talk to Brad Waid, a school teacher turned Augmented Reality expert. He is rated the top 14th influencer for AR in the world. Today, he shares his insights with using AR in medical education.||8/11/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean09: Using AI To Connect Thoughts To Similar Minds With Pouria Mojabi||On this show, we have Pouria from Paralign. It’s an AI powered mental health app which allows you to journal your thoughts and mood, and connect with similar minds. Pouria has previously raised 5.6 million for Vitagene. Today,||7/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean08: The Personal Brand Of Dr Rachel Thomas||In this episode, we talk to Dr Rachel Thomas - A practicing doctor, healthcare innovator, author and speaker. Her first book was written as a medical student! Today, Rachel shares her perspectives on writing, the impact of technology on healthcare,||7/14/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean07: Building A Virtual Physiotherapy Service With Paul Bryce||On this episode, we have co-founder and physiotherapist Paul from JimJam - A digital health platform where patients can access online physiotherapists via video. Learn how to create a remote consultation platform,||6/30/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean06: Improving Pregnancy With A Data-driven App with David Schärf||David is the CEO and co-founder of the app Femisphere. The app supports women in pregnancy by tracking their health data, providing curated content, and by offering an interface to connect with their doctor.||6/15/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean05: How To Develop An App Which Helps You Think Like An Expert Doctor With Dr Lorin Gresser||Today, we have Dr Lorin Gresser, who is the creator of DEM Dx, a medical education app. The app teaches diagnostic skills by utilising the approach taken by experts in medicine. Learn how Lorin has integrated the process of decision making in medicine .||6/1/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean04: How A Rugby Head Guard Was Developed As A Medical Device with Mark Ganly||On this show, we have the co-founder of N-Pro. He shares with us their story on how they have developed a unique new rugby head guard. Learn why he was inspired to create the head guard, the importance of end-user research,||5/18/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean03: Creating a Revolutionary Handheld Ultrasound Device with Dave Willis||Today’s guest shares his expertise from years of working in the ultrasound industry. Their unique handheld ultrasound device can link directly to a smartphone or tablet. Dave Willis, the co-founder of Clarius,||5/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean02: Capturing Data Effectively From Patients with Bruce Hellman||Bruce Hellman is Co-Founder of an innovative app called uMotif. Today, he discusses the app he has developed. It is changing the traditional approach of how clinicians and researchers gather information from patients. Discover the importance||5/2/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean01: How to create a new platform for pre-operative assessment – Dr Paul Upton||In this episode, we’ve got Dr Paul Upton from Ultramed. I met Paul at a med-tech innovation conference in 2016, and loved the new pre-op assessment platform he has developed. Today, he shares his story so far and reveals some valuable tips on how he d||4/28/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
I love the intro to this podcast! I listened to episode 15 about optimizing the dining industry. I learned about a new technology (kafoodle). I love that you talked about automating process in the food industry. I also learned a lot about food allergies and the restrictions on food. I highly recommend!
A great show! The episode I listened to had a “guest” doctor explaining various computer programming aspects he’s working with in the medical field. For a subject I know little about, I was still entertained. Now I know a little more than I did before. I would recommend this podcast anyone and everyone.