The Bob Harrington Show

 
 

The Bob Harrington Show

  • Does Getting Paid Have to Be So Complicated? MACRA, MIPS   Like it or not, new payment models are here. The ever-optimistic Bob Harrington interviews Karen Joynt; both see an opportunity for cardiologists to take the lead in developing good-value care.
  • Digital Health Explained: Making Patient Care Easier   Bob Harrington interviews Sumbul Desai on the latest innovations and challenges in digital health, including reimbursement issues, patient satisfaction, and integration into current workflow.
  • Making Sense of Information Overload   Drs Harrington and Butte discuss the overwhelming amount of data generated in contemporary healthcare and how it can be harnessed to deliver precision medicine.
  • Cardiology 2015: The Year in Review   Drs Harrington and Gibson give their annual review of the highs and lows in medicine with a focus on cardiology.
  • ‘The Science of the Art of Medicine’ Author Interviewed   Dr Harrington interviews Dr John Brush about his exploration of cognitive psychology (behavioral economics) and how it can improve physician decision-making.
  • Seeing Every Patient Encounter as a Research Opportunity   Dr Harrington interviews HEAT-PPCI principal investigator Dr Rod Stables about engaging the hospital community in research and the benefits for all concerned.
  • Bob Wachter, Digital Doctor Author, Interviewed   No Luddite, Dr Wachter thinks digital medicine is a good thing if we can learn from aviation and develop technology that better serves patients and healthcare providers.
  • Don't Fear the Future of Medicine   Dr Robert Harrington interviews Dr Eric Topol about his book, 'The Patient Will See You Now.'
  • Patient-Knows-Best Research Trials   Drs Harrington and Hernandez discuss the limitations of randomized trials and the upcoming ADAPTABLE trial on aspirin dosing developed under the patient-centered-outcomes research initiative from NIH.
  • Big Data: Can Medicine Learn From Amazon and Netflix?   Euan Ashley, self-described geek-turned-cardiologist, discusses how big data can help you practice smarter medicine.
  • ACA Insider Interviewed: Bob Kocher   An architect of the Affordable Care Act on how his review of global health systems led him to the White House.
  • How to Train Your Cardiology Fellow   Bob Harrington and Duane Pinto, who ran the cardiology fellow clinic at Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital, brainstorm on quicker, better training programs.
  • A Disillusioned Doc Speaks Out   Bob Harrington interviews cardiologist Sandeep Juahar, a New York Times contributor and author of Doctored: The Disillusionment of an American Physician.
  • An Interview With MOC Dissenter Paul Teirstein   Bob Harrington interviews Paul Teirstein about his petition against MOC and his proposed solution for lifelong physician learning.
  • Cardiology 2014 Revisited   Bob Harrington and Mike Gibson revisit their predictions for the top cardiology stories in 2014. Were they on the money?
  • Digoxin in AF and Leveraging the VA System for Data Analysis   Dr Harrington interviews Dr Turakhia about his study questioning digoxin use as initial therapy in AF, and how the oft-criticized VA system facilitated this rigorous observational analysis.
  • Heart-Healthy Diets Deciphered, With Dr. Stephen Devries   Dr. Harrington interviews Dr. Stephen Devries about integrative cardiology with a focus on nutrition.
  • Restoring Faith in CV Guidelines   Dr. Harrington interviews the co-chair of the Risk Assessment Work Group on the correct interpretation of the new guidelines.
  • HEAT-PPCI: Two Different Points of View   Drs. Harrington and Ohman discuss the findings and agree to disagree on the ethics of delayed consent.
  • Appropriate Airing of Professional Disagreements   Drs. Harrington and Yancy agree that dissent and debate are good for medicine, but they appeal for civility and caution that Twitter cannot replace peer review.
 
 
 
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