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Episode 4: Connecting Patients and Sharing Lives

 An unwanted diagnosis doesn’t mean you have to feel alone anymore. The resources and communities now available to patients make living with a disease much more of a connecting experience than in the past. Join Robin Kingham, Education Resource Manager for the Crohn’s and Colitis Foundation, as she describes how patients including herself connect…

Episode 3: Keys to Real Patient Relationships

It all starts with a relationship in which the patient feels comfortable and knows that the doctor cares about them. Dr. Craig Greene, an orthopedic surgeon in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, is a champion of building that relationship from the moment a patient steps into his clinic. Little things build trust and show empathy, and patients…

Episode 2: Business and Humanity in Medicine

In a career of accolades for innovation and technology, one of Dr. Ira Kirschenbaum’s greatest achievements has to do with people. After 17 years growing two orthopedic practices, he uprooted from the comforts of White Plains, New York and relocated to the South Bronx to provide care in the poorest congressional district in the nation….

Episode 1: The Need for a Balanced Perspective

It’s time to think differently about healthcare, but how do we keep up? The days of yesterday’s medicine are long gone, and we’re left trying to figure out where to go from here. With all the talk about politics and technology, it can be easy to forget that healthcare is still all about humans. And…