Caring Greatly Podcast

 

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

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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 11 – Arden Krystal, MHA, CHE

Arden Krystal, MHA, CHE, is the president and chief executive officer of Southlake Regional Health Centre in Ontario, CAN. For Ms. Krystal, human-centered leadership (leading people with humanity) is an imperative for healthcare providers competing for a shrinking pool of qualified talent from a…

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Episode 10 – Emily Silverman, MD

Emily Silverman, MD, is the creator and host of the Nocturnists live show and podcast, a practicing internist at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital, and an assistant professor of medicine at the University of California, San Francisco. When Dr. Silverman felt a part of…

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Episode 9 – M. Bridget Duffy, MD

M. Bridget Duffy, MD, is the chief medical officer at Vocera and the co-founder of the company’s Experience Innovation Network, a group of industry leaders on a mission to humanize health. Dr. Duffy was the nation’s first chief experience officer in healthcare, creating the new role at the…

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Episode 8 – Angela Goepferd, MD

Angela Kade Goepferd, MD, is the Director of Medical Education and Vice Chief of Staff at Children’s Minnesota. She is also the Medical Director for Children’s Minnesota’s Center for Gender Health and a practicing pediatrician.

In this episode of the Caring GreatlyTM

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Episode 7 – Susan Ehrlich, MD, MPP

Susan Ehrlich, MD, MPP, is a practicing primary care physician and the chief executive officer of Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital (ZSFG), a publicly-funded Level 1 Trauma Center striving for compassionate care, thirst for learning, and joy in work.

In this episode of the

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