Caring Greatly Podcast

 

The podcast for leaders who bring humanity to the work of healthcare

Caring greatly

The Caring Greatly™ podcast is a destination where healthcare leaders find stories and resources designed to help them to grow, lead, innovate, and rejuvenate.

In an interview format, thought leaders from across healthcare disciplines share insights and inspiration about leading and thriving as the industry transforms. Podcast themes span human-centered leadership, technology and innovation, and points in between. Learn More

Episode 62 – Tapping Into the Wisdom and Purpose of Retired Physicians – Mike Rizzo, MD

Mike Rizzo, MD, directs the Encore Physicians Program, which places retired physicians in community health centers where they use their decades of experience to treat patients and mentor younger clinicians caring for the underserved. The program in the San Francisco Bay Area has been supported…

Mike Rizzo, MD

Episode 61 – The Power of Connection to Drive Well-Being – Kathryn Cziraky, MD

Kathryn Cziraky, MD, is a practicing primary care physician and the regional medical director for WakeMed Primary Care. Her clinical focus is preventive medicine, pediatric and adolescent care, women’s health, procedural medicine, and chronic disease management (including hypertension, high…

Kathryn Cziraky, MD

Episode 60 – Supporting Nurses Through the Trauma of COVID-19 – Diane Solomon

Diane Solomon, PhD, PMHNP-BC is a practicing psychiatric nurse practitioner who specializes in treating nurses and other healthcare professionals, as well as an advocate for improved mental health in healthcare environments. Dr. Solomon sits on the Executive Committee of the Oregon Wellness…

Diane Solomon, PhD, PMHNP-BC

Episode 59 – Improving Quality of Life for Cancer Survivors – Syril Pettit

Syril Pettit, DrPH, MEM, is the Executive Director of the Health and Environmental Sciences Institute (HESI), an international nonprofit organization that builds public-private partnerships in application-driven science for improving human and environmental health. As HESI’s senior leader, she…

Syril Pettit, DrPH, MEM

Episode 58 – Streamlining EHR Work to Improve Clinician Well-Being – Annie Ideker, MD

Annie Ideker, MD, is a family medicine physician and Senior Medical Advisor for both Clinician Experience and Clinician/Patient Relationships in ambulatory practice for HealthPartners in Minnesota. She is passionate about designing experiences so that they serve the full needs of both patients…

Annie Ideker, MD

Episode 57 – Compassion as a Pathway to Well-being – Yotam Heineberg

Yotam Heineberg, PsyD, is a clinical faculty member for therapists in training and lecturer for Palo Alto University, as well as an Applied Psychological Interventions Associate at Stanford’s Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education. His work is informed by his training in…

Yotam