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  • Caring for marginalized patients

    Caring for marginalized patients

    Dr. Dennis DiValentino shares how he got to where he is today, why he is so passionate about marginalized patient care and how technology helps doctors meet their needs.

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  • The true meaning of patient-centred care

    The true meaning of patient-centred care

    Increasingly, physicians are discovering the importance of not just treating their patients’ symptoms―but also building compassionate partnerships with them.

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  • Collaboration―making great things happen

    Collaboration―making great things happen

    Entrepreneurship can be isolating and overwhelming. To accomplish his goals, one physician knew he would require the support of a multi-disciplinary team.

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  • Commercialization, it needn’t be a dirty word

    Commercialization, it needn’t be a dirty word

    Often our biggest ideas come from unlikely places. And they don’t always come before a project is conceived. Sometimes, they appear somewhere along the way―even through bringing your product to market

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  • Ending the love affair with the fax machine

    Ending the love affair with the fax machine

    As more advanced alternatives become available in health care, we continue to have the following debate: should the fax machine still be the primary tool we use to communicate sensitive information?

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  • If at first you don’t succeed…

    If at first you don’t succeed…

    Dr. Dennis Reich and Dr. Breanne Everett share the value of being around like-minded individuals as well as the importance of patience when it comes to innovation.

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  • Uncharted territory

    Uncharted territory

    Dr. Matthew Bromwich shares his story of innovating within the hospital setting.

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  • What can tiny fish teach us about cancer research?

    What can tiny fish teach us about cancer research?

    Zebrafish have been making a splash in cancer research―that’s because they lead to more personalized treatments and reduced side effects. What do these tiny vertebrates and humans have in common?

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  • The future is voice first

    The future is voice first

    We’re all familiar with Amazon’s Alexa, Apple’s Siri and Google Assistant―but have you thought about how voice first technology can be applied in health care?

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  • How the backbone of care is changing

    How the backbone of care is changing

    For this physician on a volunteer trip in post-earthquake Haiti, scarcity created opportunity. Learn the story behind Cloud DX from Dr. Sonny Kohli.

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  • Advice from an editor-in-chief: how to avoid information overload

    Advice from an editor-in-chief: how to avoid information overload

    With an abundance of clinical information available at our fingertips at all times, it’s easy to get overwhelmed―so how do you keep up without compromising the quality of care?

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  • Filling gaps with an award-winning solution

    Filling gaps with an award-winning solution

    Where some saw crisis from these devastating epidemics, one physician saw the opportunity to fuel an award-winning innovation. In this episode of Boldly, we speak to Dr. Kamran Khan about BlueDot.

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  • A transformative experience for students and residents

    A transformative experience for students and residents

    On this episode of Boldly, we speak our TEDMED ambassadors, two medical students and two residents, as they reflect on their time at the world-renown conference.

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  • Real care delivery challenges, virtual solutions

    Real care delivery challenges, virtual solutions

    On this episode of Boldly, Lindee David, CEO of Joule, is joined by Dr. Sonny Kohli of CloudDX and Dr. Yanick Beaulieu of Reacts. Drs. Beaulieu and Kohli both share their experience at TEDMED, their j

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  • The possibilities are exponential in technology and medicine

    The possibilities are exponential in technology and medicine

    Medical student and scientist Philip Edgcumbe shares his knowledge on the innovation sphere and exponential technologies.

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