Episode #34: Innovation is not Only About Technology (how do we use our resources to care for people effectively?)

Kevin Harlen interviews fellow Tar Heel Dr. Spencer Dorn about innovation in health care and several start up companies that are changing the way GI physicians treat and monitor patients.

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Episode #21: Educating and Advocating on Behalf of IBD Patients and Caregivers (diversity and inclusion are mission critical)

This week, Kevin Harlen talks with Michael Osso, president and CEO of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation about its mission to cure inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and to improve the quality of life for children and adults affected by these diseases.

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Episode #18: How the Hunt for Red October Inspired Better IBD Monitoring (and helped torpedo the total cost of care)

This is one of those episodes you’ve been waiting for.

Dr. Michael Weinstein interviews Dr. Larry Kosinski of SonarMD about his path in gastroenterology, and what sparked his interest in becoming an entrepreneur.

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Episode #02: We All Have Our Podcast Moments (there’s fresh powder on the mountains and you’re washing dishes)

Dr. Lisa Mathew brings the perspective of an early career gastroenterologist to the exploration of independent GI groups and how they are finding unique approaches to practice management and providing care within the ever-changing world of medicine.   

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