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Anita Gupta

California, United States

Dr. Anita Gupta is a globally recognized physician-pharmacist, member expert of the World Economic Forum, named a Top 10 Women of Influence by Fierce Healthcare®, and a Princeton-Harvard Business School Alum, currently a board director, and c-suite executive. Dr. Gupta is a sought-after medical expert during emerging crisis for developing breakthrough initiatives to improve global health. She has been among the Top 100 Most Inspiring Leaders, Top 10 Global Emerging Leaders, and named a Goldman Sachs 10K Small Business Scholar.

Available For: Advising, Authoring, Consulting, Influencing, Speaking
Travels From: Los Angeles, California, USA
Speaking Topics: Healthcare, Innovation, Policy

Speaking Fee $1 (In-Person), $1 (Virtual)

Anita Gupta Points
Academic 0
Author 88
Influencer 132
Speaker 10
Entrepreneur 0
Total 230

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COVID19 44.46
Digital Transformation 31.03
Health and Wellness 37.63
Emerging Technology 30.25
Open Innovation 37.78
HealthTech 36.80
Mental Health
Leadership 30.03
Innovation 30.66
Health and Safety 33.46

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Healthcare
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28 Article/Blogs
The Future Of Health: Three Healthcare Trends For 2022
Forbes
December 14, 2021
Here are three trends in healthcare that I think will continue through 2022 and which companies in the industry should consider to maintain a competitive advantage.

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Five Trends In Digital Health Transformation
Forbes
October 25, 2021
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Who’s at Risk for Fibromyalgia? A Pain Doctor Explains | Dr. Anita Gupta Discusses on HealthiNation
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September 15, 2021

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4 Simple Self-Care Tips to Ease Fibromyalgia Pain | Dr. Anita Gupta Discussed on HealthiNation
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September 08, 2021

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What We Can Do About The Opioid Crisis During The Pandemic
Forbes
September 07, 2021
The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted the lives of millions of individuals — both in the United States and around the world. In the United States, the pandemic has exacerbated the nation’s drug overdose epidemic in tandem with ravaging the mental health of many by increasing stress and isolation. Individuals with substance use issues find it more challenging to get help due to limited access to facilities, widespread program cancellations and decreased prevention measures during the pandemic. In this article, I will provide an overview of the public health situation and provide my thoughts on how to continue to prevent and mitigate the challenges ahead.

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Medications That Help Treat Fibromyalgia Pain | Dr. Anita Gupta Discusses on HealthiNation
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August 18, 2021

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4 Tips for Better Sleep with Fibromyalgia | Dr. Anita Gupta Discussed on HealthiNation
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August 11, 2021

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4 Tips for Managing Stress with Fibromyalgia | Dr. Anita Gupta on HealthiNation
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August 04, 2021

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What Exactly Is Fibromyalgia? A Pain Doctor Explains | Dr. Anita Gupta Discusses on HealthiNation
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July 28, 2021

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The 4 Key Signs Your Pain Could Actually Be Fibromyalgia | Dr. Anita Gupta Discusses
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July 28, 2021

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COVID Variants and Vaccines: Can I Take My Pain Medications? | Dr. Anita Gupta on DC News, Q13
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July 23, 2021

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Does your medication have an effect on the covid vaccine | Dr. Anita Gupta on DC News, WUSA
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July 18, 2021

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Transforming Telehealth Access In The Post-Pandemic Era
Forbes
June 18, 2021
Telehealth has emerged as a viable delivery model of care and in the process has helped to transform the digital patient journey and redefined what the "digital touch" looks like.

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Double Masking | Experts Now Recommend to Prevent COVID | Dr. Anita Gupta Discusses
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January 30, 2021

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The Opioid Crisis Left Behind During the COVID-19 Global Pandemic
LinkedIn
January 15, 2021
The pandemic, opioid crisis, and financial despair combined are some of the most significant health and economic displacements in the United States history. The cause is the financial burden of medical care, mistrust of the medical system, and increasing isolation from lack of healthcare system access that is likely to persist well beyond 2021. Together this will leave hundreds of patients with pre-existing chronic conditions, including substance use disorders lagging with discontinuous medical care.

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Tags: Emerging Technology, Innovation, HealthTech

COVID-19 Vaccine and New Virus Variant in UK | Will the vaccine work? Dr. Anita Gupta on Fox News
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December 26, 2020

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Three Strategies To Build Trust In Health Care Focused On Patient Centricity
Forbes
December 14, 2020
Building trust is the foundation of the patient experience — a vital part of the healing process. What is even more critical is that we collectively address progress by addressing trust in public health, which has become especially critical when we discuss vaccine development and Covid-19. And in the business world, health care companies need to become more connected with trust to succeed.

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COVID-19 Historic U.S. Vaccine Approval at FDA | Dr. Anita Gupta on Fox News
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December 10, 2020

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Coronavirus Vaccine Approval | Dr. Anita Gupta Discuss COVID-19 Vaccine and UK Plan on Fox News
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December 06, 2020

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COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, CDC Plan, Who Gets the Vaccine First? | Dr. Anita Gupta on Fox News
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December 01, 2020

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U.S. COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution, What's the Plan? Dr. Anita Gupta on Fox News
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November 29, 2020

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Digital Health: How Technology Is Creating A Vision For The Future
Forbes
November 05, 2020
As a physician taking care of patients on the frontline, some of the critical tools that I've found to be transformative are digital technology. Whether it be smartphones, telemedicine, data analytics or simply having the ability to speak to family members during quarantined moments, digital technology has taken the patient experience to an entirely new level.

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6 Tips for Managing Pain in the Age of COVID-19
LinkedIn
August 28, 2020
The fact that non-essential or non-emergency services continue to be limited and some surgeries are being postponed, the options for pain management may seem scant. Managing pain on the best day is a challenge — managing it through COVID-19 can seem like a Herculean effort.

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Tags: Emerging Technology, Innovation, HealthTech

Five Healthcare Trends That Have Been Accelerated In 2020
Forbes
July 02, 2020
Considering the challenges of the national emergencies of the past decade, both the opioid and COVID-19 crisis, there has been an alarming concern that the industry needs to reimagine healthcare in totality. However, there have been several positive impacts from COVID-19, and as we begin to discover new ways to create paths to experience better health, these are a few of the positive trends my company is seeing that will be important for the future.

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The Future Of Health: Leading A Health System During A Crisis
Forbes
May 11, 2020
As the coronavirus outbreak spread in cities around the world, it created an aftershock across countries' healthcare systems. As appointed faculty at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Department of Anesthesiology, a leading doctor and pharmacist, and an alumnus of Princeton University’s Woodrow Wilson School in health policy, I’m paying close attention to the current state of healthcare in the U.S., specifically.

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Post Call: Frontline Health Stories
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March 15, 2020
Post-Call, is podcast hosted by Dr. Anita Gupta is a nationally recognized anesthesiologist and pharmacist discussing frontline health stories impacting society today. 
Website: https://www.thepostcall.com

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Empowering Women To Succeed In Health Care Leadership
Forbes
March 12, 2020
The statistics for women in health care leadership positions must improve to drive innovation into the 21st century. Women comprise nearly two-thirds of the health care industry and make around 80% of buying decisions in the space, but they fill only around 30% of C-suite positions, according to a 2019 study by Oliver Wyman. To make strides in health care policy and innovation, we need to ensure women have a seat at the table and are making decisions that impact health care innovation and strategy.

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Empowering Patient-Centricity for the Future of Health
LinkedIn
October 23, 2019
As the United States continues to address the ongoing opioid crisis, policymakers, health-care providers, corporate stakeholders, and patients are having difficulty balancing opioid misuse prevention strategies with widespread calls to curb their use in the aggregate. Indeed, the statistics are sobering. Drug overdose is currently the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Opioids, which include heroin, hydrocodone, codeine, morphine, and fentanyl, are driving the crisis into a fragile state across the United States. Currently, on average, 130 Americans die every day from opioid misuse. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, drug overdose is now the leading cause of accidental death in the United States.

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1 Influencer Award
Fierce Healthcare's 2021 Women of Influence Awards
Fierce Healthcare
November 08, 2021
Johns Hopkins’ Dr. Anita Gupta is pushing to remove barriers to better healthcare
Dr. Anita Gupta, adjunct assistant professor of anesthesiology and critical care medicine and pain medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Age: 46

Education: Master’s degree in public and health policy from Princeton University. Dual-doctorate in medicine and pharmacy from Rowan University and Rutgers University. Graduate of Harvard Business School's general management program.

About her: Gupta has been a tireless advocate for patients whose voices risk being drowned out in public discourse.

She spearheads an ongoing campaign to reduce opioid overdoses and deaths by advocating for public access to naloxone, the opioid-blocking drug. Access to the treatment has greatly reduced the number of preventable deaths from opioid overdoses since 2015 when the American Society of Anesthesiologists appointed her to push the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to expand its use on the front lines. “Even one such death is preventable,” she said. “No one should ever die of drug overdoses due to reasons that are within the U.S. health system’s ability to control.”

Throughout her career, she has helped corporations, governments, non-profits, physicians and providers deliver high-quality patient care, create sound policies and drive innovation. She has worked on projects as diverse as accelerating breakthrough innovations and creating COVID-19 global corporate vaccination policies.

Gupta was the first female anesthesiologist-pharmacist to be an alumna of both Harvard Business School and Princeton University, and the first woman physician-anesthesiologist to co-chair the American Society of Anesthesiologists' Committee on Prescription Opioid Abuse. She is also a member advisor to the FDA and the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine. She has been recognized for her leadership in public health and her advocacy around the opioid crisis and COVID-19 vaccines by Sharecare Awards and many other organizations. She has been included on numerous lists of top healthcare leaders both nationally and globally.

First job: “Animal caretaker. I spent many hours helping in local community rural farms in New Jersey."

Proudest accomplishment: “As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded, my team and I launched a first-of-its-kind virtual innovation program focused on vaccine and digital health advocacy called HealthPivot.org, reaching a worldwide audience of over a million people. We also coordinated outreach with governments, policymakers, corporations, insurers, healthcare providers and researchers to address emerging COVID-19 threats and workforce challenges head-on.”

Problem she’s most passionate about trying to solve: “I am committed to positively impacting global health with open innovation and public policy on patient outcomes at a larger scale for populations while maintaining that sense of connectedness to patients. My work on the opioid crisis started in the epicenter of Philadelphia when I realized the impact of open innovation and the intersection of the opioid crisis on patients, communities and global health. I noted the critical importance of solving these challenges by combining strategic initiatives with innovation and equitable access while reforming health policy in Philadelphia.”

Book she recommends to other healthcare leaders: “The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail" by Clayton Christensen.

Advice she would give to her younger self: “Time is limited and essential to living your life to the fullest and so invest less time in your career. Have the courage to follow your intuition, as some of the things you once placed great emphasis on slowly fade away. More essential aspects of your life, such as family and experiences, will be your foundation.”

What she’d do with her career if it wasn’t this: “Photography and art. I am fascinated by how art can be used as a treatment option to heal and improve health outcomes, particularly with pain.”

Advice she’d give to healthcare leaders looking to make a real impact on health equity: “The future for healthcare is bright when we innovate and create a healthcare system for all focused on serving communities built on unbreakable trust, delivering the best quality of care for all with open innovation foundation. Investing in this will make our communities strong and healthy for the future. This will help deliver breakthrough innovation and create equitable access for our teams, our patients and our clinicians, which is necessary to address in the future. We must make sure all people have equal access to maintain and manage their health, now and beyond.”

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1 Keynote
Looking Beyond the Impossible for Rare Diseases
UBC
November 01, 2018
The NORD Rare Disease Summit is something I look forward to each year. It is a time to share and discuss all that we each do in the rare disease community−whatever area we work in, be it drug development, clinical research, regulatory compliance, or patient advocacy. The Summit offers a unique opportunity to collaborate as a community, truly learn from one another, and most importantly return to our work with a renewed focus and passion for advancing treatments for patients with a rare disease. These connections help me to keep the perspective of patients and families front and center. They are the reason why I go to work each day.

Among the most powerful presentations of the Rare Disease Summit was the keynote panel moderated by physician anesthesiologist and now NORD Education Advisory Committee advocate, Dr. Anita Gupta. Dr. Gupta reflected upon her journey as a rare disease survivor, “Nobody cares how much you know until they know how much you care.” The impressive group of patient advocate panelists moderated by Dr. Gupta spoke about the critical elements required to drive progress for the rare disease community. The common element in what each of them conveyed was the power of their “voice”. By focusing their efforts on education of rare diseases with determination these young leaders are helping to build a community that is influencing the industry and making impactful changes. Their reflections remind us of the importance of amplifying the patient voice and being a compassionate advocate.

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20 Podcasts
20. Women's Health, Pain and the Pandemic
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April 29, 2022
Dr. Alopi Patel is an anesthesiologist and pain specialist focused at Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai in New York. She states that the current opioid crisis and COVID-19 crisis has significant challenges for women's health requiring much needed support in the United States on the frontl

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19. Omnicron Rise in the US
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January 24, 2022
Dr. Rita Agarwal is an anesthesiologist at Stanford University. She states that the current omnicron and COVID-19 crisis has significant challenges  requiring much needed support for healthcare workers in the United States on the frontlines. 
Guests: Dr. Rita Agarwal, Anesthesiologist, Sta

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18. Frontline Crisis in India
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May 02, 2021
Dr. Lalitha Sundararaman is an anesthesiologist and clinical instructor at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard Medical School. She is also Co-Founder and Director Prana Holistic Center Chennai. She states that the current COVID-19 crisis in India has significant challenges ahead requiring much n

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17. COVID-19 and Emergency Trauma at Temple University
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March 15, 2021
Dr. Shelley George is an anesthesiologist and associate program director at Temple University School of Medicine and currently frontline managing patients in Center City Philadelphia. She states that the the current crisis in Philadelphia is improving and there is hope and we have learned a great de

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16. COVID-19 and Kids: Frontlines in Ohio
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March 02, 2021
Dr. Anjana Kundu is a pediatric anesthesiologist on the frontlines in Ohio managing patients with COVID-19. She has been an advocate in creating, growing and leading pediatric pain management and palliative care programs and has played key roles in founding and leading national organizations, includ

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15. COVID-19 at Hopkins: Frontlines in a Baltimore ICU
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February 25, 2021
Kathleen Bailey, a nurse practitioner in the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital, is caring for people with some of the most severe cases of COVID-19. She stated in a interview, that 'It’s busy, the patients are sick, but most of them are getting better so I think that is sort of

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14. COVID-19 and the Opioid Crisis: Frontlines in Philadelphia
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February 15, 2021
Dr. Taras Grosh is an anesthesiologist specializing in regional and orthopedic anesthesia as well as the management of acute and chronic pain. He uses peripheral nerve blocks to help patients to have less surgical procedures with less pain, require fewer opioids, and subsequently have fewer opi

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13. COVID-19 and Pain: Tips from Johns Hopkins Experts
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February 01, 2021
Dr. Shravani Durbhakula, M.D.,  creator of neuromodulation video curriculum called PainRounds.org, board certified interventional pain physician and anesthesiologist, faculty of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Director of Medical Education for the Pain Treatment Center, the Program Direct

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12. COVID-19 in New York: What is Working in NYC Frontlines?
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January 15, 2021
Dr. Leena Mathew, M.D., a Board Certified Anesthesiologist and Interventional Pain Management specialist with 20 years of experience at Columbia University. She is the Director of the Pain Medicine Fellowship at Columbia University and is a health and wellness coach with training in Functional Medic

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11. COVID-19 in India: Global View of the Crisis
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January 01, 2021
Somya Bajaj, former Goldman Sachs analyst, she is currently appointed at the World Bank Headquarters in Washington DC, leading large scale infrastructure projects to develop the global economies of diverse regions to improve business growth focused in US and India.  Somya has worked with the Go

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10. COVID-19 and Telemedicine: What You Need to Know from NYU
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December 15, 2020
Dr. Nieca Goldberg, MD, is a cardiologist and a nationally recognized pioneer in women’s heart health. Dr. Nieca Goldberg is Medical Director of NYU Women’s Heart Program, Senior Advisor Women’s Health Strategy NYU Langone Health, the founder and former Medical Director of the Joan H. Tisch Ce

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9. COVID-19, Women and FDA Drug Policy
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December 01, 2020
Marsha B. Henderson,  Fmr. FDA (Food and Drug Administration) Assoc. Commissioner of the Office of Women's Health. She is a leading, nationally recognized drug policy leader, activist change agent for the health of women and their families. As the Fmr. Associate Commissioner for Women’s Healt

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8. COVID-19 and Chronic Pain: Top Tips for Long Term
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November 01, 2020
Dr. Ali Nairizi on his top tips to treat pain while at home with COVID-19. Dr. Nairizi is a Board Certified Interventional Pain Specialist and Board Certified Anesthesiologist who is dedicated to treating patients with a wide array of chronic pain conditions, such as back, neck, shoulder, hip and kn

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7. COVID-19 and Music Therapy: Does it Work?
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October 01, 2020
Dr. Sydelle Ross is an anesthesiologist and pain specialist who practices hospice and palliative medicine.  She holds board certifications in all three disciplines and currently practices in the NJ Veterans Affairs Healthcare System. As an award-winning, classically trained vocalist, Dr Ross in

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6. COVID-19 and the Patient Experience: Lessons from Japan
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September 01, 2020
Ann Tashi Slater is an international author, university professor on the patient experience in based in Tokyo at Japan Women's University. Ann focuses her work on patient experience and importantly importance of health identity, family legacy, dialogue across generations and borders. She will d

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5. Crisis Finance 101 for Healthcare Professionals
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August 01, 2020
Justin Harvey is a financial expert for healthcare professionals and the founder of APM Wealth. Justin works during COVID-19 to drive business and financial acumen for healthcare professionals and physician anesthesiologists, to improve financial knowledge, savvy performance success.  He is ene

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4. COVID19 and Women's Health: Purpose Driven Business
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July 01, 2020
Maneesha Ghiya is the Founder, Managing Partner of FemHealth Ventures, which is focused on developing and growing women’s health-related companies through investment capital and strategic guidance. Maneesha is also Co-Founder, Strategic Advisor for ExSight Ventures, a healthcare-focused venture ca

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3. COVID-19 and Rural Health Equity
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June 01, 2020
Lynda Moss is the fmr. State Senator and an executive leader of the Foundation for Community Vitality, executive director of the Western Heritage Center and  elected to the Montana Senate and served on the Judiciary, Local Government and Public Health Committees and was appointed to serve on th

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2. COVID-19 and Mental Health in the Southeast
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May 01, 2020
Heather McCullough, Goldman Sachs 10K Small Business, Co-Founder of Society 54 and board member Mental Health America, Central Carolinas  For more than 18 years, she has brought game-changing results to the legal professional services firms across the country. As the director of business and pr

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1. COVID-19 and Health in the Nation's Capitol, DC
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April 01, 2020
Dr. Shayla Cornick, CEO of CYCLED in Washington DC shares her business success during COVID-19 crisis and tips on staying fit during the COVID-19 pandemic in the DC metro area as a woman entrepreneur. Dr. Shayla Cornick is an educator, researcher and entrepreneur. She has a strong passion for fitnes

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