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Healthcare by MarketScale

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COVID-19 is affecting everything. Whether it’s sports or music, politics or education, the deadly pandemic has interrupted routines, affected business and functionally altered the world. So it should come as no surprise that the pandemic is cha
Massachusetts-based Ranfac has a long legacy in the medical manufacturing industry dating back to 1888, well-before World War I, when it provided hypodermic needles to the military for use in the field. But its leadership has a family legacy, t
The "casual" in "casual dining" should not refer to the restaurant's attitude towards the cleanliness of the experience. In this episode of MarketScale's Healthcare podcast, John Shanahan, president and CEO of Ionogen, sat down with host Sean H
Technological advancements in the healthcare industry can be shockingly effective. They also can exert a significant impact on a hospital’s budget. On this episode of MarketScale’s Healthcare Podcast, David Macfarlane Marketing Communications M
The practice of sports vision training has evolved due to a better understanding of how the visual system works and new technologies that allow us to access information and train in natural contexts. Dr. Greg Appelbaum, Ph.D., and his team at t
It is one thing to finally clinch that dream job, but if an organization’s workplace culture is unsatisfactory, a dream job can quickly turn into a reluctant daily obligation. On this podcast we learn from workplace culture expert Mary Lipovan
Social determinants of health have become a large topic of conversation in the healthcare industry. Kevin Stevenson, executive vice president of IntegraNet Health, joined MarketScale to explain this trend and why it means physicians are taking
On today's episode of the Healthcare Podcast, host Sean Heath got a crash course on medical crash carts from HealthFirst's marketing and product manager Lynda Goodrich. Since 1971, Washington-based HealthFirst has been providing dental and medi
These days there are a number of avenues for individuals to dive into the healthcare industry. Gone are the days where proficiency in medicine was the only requirement for a career in healthcare.That has certainly been the case for Kevin Steven
It seems like every year, at least one foodborne outbreak terrorizes the nation, prompting Americans to throw away millions of tons of food. On this week’s podcast, food safety advocate and Ionogen president and CEO John Shanahan shared his ins
Cyber security is vitally important across every industry, but the privacy concerns for healthcare adds another layer of complexity and raises the stakes. Unfortunately, cyber security training for employees in the healthcare industry has lagge
On this episode of the MarketScale Healthcare podcast, Dr. Jeff Chabot, co-founder, director and inventor at Endocellutions, offered some knowledge on regenerative medicine using bone marrow therapies and reveals why the Marrow Cellution aspira
Arkansas-based healthcare provider Northwest Health just announced that it's partnering with Apple to give patients access to their health records via iPhone. This move provides an interesting opportunity to discuss ways that companies can make
Athletic trainers are for more than athletes; even employees can benefit from the multidisciplined training that these healthcare professionals can provide for the workplace. To discuss this emerging trend on the Healthcare Podcast, host Daniel
Doctors and patients connecting remotely for diagnosis and treatment is a growing trend in healthcare known as telemedicine. Opinions amongst physicians on the benefits of this method of treatment are split. On a recurring segment of Business C
Whether you prefer yogurt, kimchi, kefir, or kombucha, probiotics are all around us. But how do we really harness the benefits of this good bacteria, and capitalize on consuming foods that keep us healthy? The answer -- Prebiotics. Tackling the
As consumers, we’re used to shopping around for the best price. But there’s one marketplace where a frustrating lack of transparency in pricing still exists — healthcare. In this episode of the Healthcare Podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sat down wi
Healthcare prices have continued to rise in the United States in recent years, and no solution has been agreed upon. Making a complicated situation even hard to solve is the fact that the supply chain is much more complex in healthcare than in
Skyrocketing healthcare expenses in America are the cause of financial pain for many, and rural communities are suffering from these rising prices and the cost is forcing many small hospitals, some the only one for miles, to shut their doors fo
For any type of social work, community engagement and widespread support help promote the interests of all patients involved. In today’s healthcare, community outreach is especially essential given the plethora of caregiving sources in any give
On Marketscale’s Healthcare Podcast, we often discuss how innovative technology is shaping the future of healthcare. On today’s episode, host Daniel Litwin turned the spotlight onto the hardware and software of orthopedics and how the convergen
Certified medical interpretation services are perhaps a little known specialty in the healthcare industry, but no less a critical need when it comes to someone’s health. On today’s episode of the Healthcare Podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sat down
As humans, we are in the middle of a historic transition into an increasingly digital and technologically advanced world. For the industry of healthcare, this means sweeping changes for the way we treat, diagnose, and care for sick and injured
Today's healthcare professionals are dealing with a plague of their own: burnout. It’s a stressful industry with lots of ups and downs. There are many methodologies and strategies to help combat this and build resiliency, but often they don’t h
Hospitals are living, breathing and fluid environments that see hundreds if not thousands of visitors each day. Today, the devices that keep these buildings running are more connected than ever, which allows for an exceptional level of care but
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