How looking for a savior could help and hurt modern healthcare.
Cocaine-fueled medical education helped set the stage for physician burnout. 
Data Book tells the story of Herbert Freudenberger, Ph.D., who came up with the term “burnout.” KOLs then discuss how health tech can fight physician burnout.
Data Book examines the work of William Osler & its parallels to the burnout problem. Then our expert panel discusses solutions.
After the resignation of FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, Data Book examines agency history & welcomes Duke Law’s Arti Rai to discuss its digital health future.
Powerful insights from the floor at digital health’s must-attend meeting.
Whether you’ve never heard of HIMSS, this is your first time attending, or you think you know everything about the big show, you're sure to learn a thing or two on this week's podcast.
How can health systems navigate technological and systemic changes? Data Book explores the Ascension Health story and talks with Andrew Pecora, M.D.
Kick off Data Book’s third season with an update on AI and how Amazon, Apple and Google are tackling medicine in 2019.
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Every week, for 20 to 30 minutes, join Inside Digital Health’s Managing Editor Jack Murtha and his co-host, Editorial Director Tom Castles, for a journey that brings you to the frontlines of health tech. Data Book tells pronounced stories, with help from insightful voices, from within the world of healthcare big data, artificial intelligence, and cybersecurity. Data Book offers practical, actionable advice and big-picture views. This iDigitalHealth podcast offers bright ideas that shine through, both in expert commentary and the stories themselves.

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