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Bringing primary care to all requires commitment to accessibility and the marrying of health and technology. As companies and organizations take ownership for accessibility it will lead to a better healthcare system for all.

This week’s guest, Robbie Cape, CEO and Co-Founder of 98point6, discusses this, the future of health, telemedicine, and AR. Plus, he dives into the music that drives his kids crazy and his love of knitting. Take a listen below.


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The American Society of Hematology is right now holding the 60th ASH Annual Meeting & Exposition, its premier event in malignant and non-malignant hematology. I had the chance to catch up with two of my W2O Group colleagues ahead of the conference to talk about the impact social media is having at the meeting.

W2O analytics leader Briana Pereira and W2O social media leader Eileen O’Brien talked about everything from their predictions on social media volume at this year’s meeting to why some doctors find it important to post at conferences like ASH. Take a listen below.


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Leveraging AI, machine intelligence, language translation, and localization can have tremendous benefits for our society. According to this week’s guest, when utilized in the correct way, these tools can greatly improve our world.

For today’s episode, I had the pleasure of sitting down with John Fennelly, CEO of Lionbridge. I am fortunate to know John and the incredibly smart team at Lionbridge, because they are a client of the firm, so I knew this would be a fascinating discussion.

We explored how we can use AI and machine intelligence to enhance the world around us, chatted about Jefferson Airplane, and bonded over having puppies. Take a listen below.


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This week’s guest, Matthew Holt, wears many hats from Co-Chair of Health 2.0 to President of SMACK.Health. Why? To disrupt healthcare in order to strengthen it.


During our chat at Health 2.0, he shared how we all can disrupt the healthcare space, the future of data and pricing, and his personal take on the greatest invention from the last 50 years. Plus, he references a pretty epic Queen video by way of Green Day. Take a listen below.


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Resolving America’s primary care shortage is complex but feasible. It will take discipline and an integrated approach. This week’s guest, Andrew Allison, Head of Next Generation Clinic Enterprise Strategy at Aetna, discusses how this can be done, telemedicine, goals for 2020, and his current athletic passion. Take a listen below.


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Using health IT to influence healthcare for the better is the future of the industry.  This week’s guest, Steve Wretling, Chief Technology and Innovation Officer of HIMSS, understands this implicitly.

We had the pleasure of chatting during Health 2.0, and during our time he unpacked the future of industry, including virtual hospitals and the union of data and health, plus his affinity for cooking and love of The Police. Take a listen below.


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We all have a role to play in health equity and it’s time we all do our part in making it a reality. Regardless of your role in our healthcare system, there are action steps you can take.

This week’s guest, Stephen Lockhart, M.D. PhD, Chief Medical Officer of Sutter Health, shares what we can do to achieve health equity, the future of the industry, the role technology will play, and his love of Miles Davis. Take a listen below.


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The Cancer Research Institute (CRI) has been a pioneer in using immunotherapy to treat cancer for 65 years. Their mission is singular, saving lives by fueling the discovery and development of powerful immunotherapies for all types of cancer.

This week, I was fortunate enough to chat with Jill O’Donnell-Tormey, Ph.D., CEO and Director of Scientific Affairs at CRI. During our discussion we unpacked the future of oncology research, the upcoming CRI Awards Gala, what it’s like working alongside a Nobel Prize winner, and Jill’s love of baking.

Since CRI is a client I am familiar with all the incredible work that they do, but it was nice to be reminded of just how revolutionary this organization is. Take a listen below.


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Integrating across people, tools, and systems is the key to bettering US healthcare. In order to improve the current system it’s going to take a variety of disciplines, working together, toward one common goal: strengthening America’s healthcare.

Matt Menning, Director of IHMI Engagement at American Medical Association, expands on this idea in this week’s episode of What2Know. Plus he discusses data, Obamacare, and an obscure band from the seventies he believes everyone should know. Take a listen below.


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