Conversations at the Intersection of Healthcare and Humanity
As experts in healthcare, KJT is focused on providing our clients and colleagues with the most impactful insights in the landscape. We’ve launched a vodcast series called Vital Voices. These short videos, hosted by KJT’s Amy Allen, will feature the latest trends in healthcare so you can stay up-to-date on what’s important to you and your organization. Each episode will feature leading experts in their field and will cover areas related to medical device, pharmaceuticals, patient advocacy, and much more! If you are interested in the latest news and ideas in healthcare, tune into one of the episodes below.
|Advances in Ultrasound||Ultrasound innovations are progressing at a rapid pace and have the potential to significantly impact patient care in the future. Leading expert in ultrasound research, Dr. Sherwin Chan explains how advances in ultrasound are improving patient care today and what we should expect for the future.|
|Neurodiversity in the Workplace – Part 1: Defining Neurodiversity||Neurodiversity has now become a significant aspect of the future’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) programs despite the term entering mainstream conversations over 15 years ago. So, what does it really mean to be neurodiverse? In the first of a two-part series, Erryca Robicheaux, DEI Architect, gives a firsthand perspective of how we define neurodiversity today.|
|Neurodiversity in the Workplace – Part 2: Creating Inclusive Workplaces||Establishing a workplace culture that is diverse and inclusive is crucial for achieving business success. Part-two of our series on Neurodivergence in the Workplace features, Erryca Robicheaux, DEI Architect, who shares her insights on the work life of neurodivergent employees. She also provides tips on how companies can improve their approach to inclusivity, irrespective of an employee’s cognitive processing.|
|Digital Health’s Impact on Value Based Care||While there is a push for more value-based care, Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) continue to be challenged with the seemingly endless run of market changes and financial strain. Is Digital Health the answer? In Episode 4, we’ll talk with ACO pioneer Joel Port, Sr VP of Business and Network Development at DVACO about his experience with Digital Health’s impact on ACO success and where these organizations continue to face challenges.|
|Rare Disorders – Part 1: Rare Disease Diagnosis Barriers||Rare disease is an area of expertise for KJT and we are delighted to share our conversation with Jill Pollander, Vice President of Patient Services at the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD) in Episode 5 of Vital Voices. Jill discusses the magnitude of rare diseases, emphasizing the need for healthcare providers to be aware of rare diseases and their diagnostic challenges, mentioning the Diagnostic Odyssey experienced by individuals with rare diseases and the importance of early detection.|
|Rare Disorders – Part 2: Rare Disease Resources and Future||In Episode 6 of Vital Voices, we’re back with registered nurse turned rare disorder patient advocate, Jill Pollander, Vice President of Patient Services at the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD). Hear Jill share details on the importance of patient involvement in rare disease treatment and valuable resources for diagnosis, treatment and support for rare disease patients and their families. We’ll also discuss what the future holds for rare disease diagnosis and management.|