Stay current on patient safety and quality
Join PSQH Editor-in-Chief Jay Kumar every other Friday for PSQH: The Podcast, a bi-weekly podcast covering the hottest topics in patient safety and quality.
During each PSQH: The Podcast episode, Jay Kumar chats with a special guest including industry leaders, PSQH advisory board members, and subject matter experts. The mission of PSQH: The Podcast is to provide clear, relevant, actionable information on topics that matter to patient safety and quality professionals in podcast form through engaging and insightful interviews with experts and thought leaders.
This 30-minute program will keep patient safety and quality professionals entertained and up-to-date on a variety of topics, including COVID-19, patient experience, infection prevention, hand hygiene, cybersecurity, high reliability, and much more.
Tune in every other Friday for new episodes.
On episode 58 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Anthony Sossong, chief medical director of behavioral health at Amwell, talks about how technology can help improve behavioral health services for children.
On episode 57 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Sean Studer of Janssen and Dr. Patricia George, pulmonologist and board president at Team Phenomenal Hope, talk about the need for pulmonary arterial hypertension patients to return to in-person care visits.
On episode 56 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Mike Dulin, head of the Academy for Population Health Innovation at UNC Charlotte, about how implicit bias increases the risk of poorer health outcomes for non-White patients. This episode is sponsored by Origami Risk as part of Healthcare Risk Management Week.
On episode 55 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Michael Ramsay, CEO of the Patient Safety Movement Foundation, talks about lessons learned from the RaDonda Vaught case and how to avoid similar incidents in the future.
On episode 54 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Natasha Beauvais, CEO of Northern Virginia Family Practice Associates, talks about how cultivating a strong practice culture can prevent clinician burnout.
On episode 53 of PSQH: The Podcast, Crystal Glover, education consultant and professional development practitioner at Charlie Norwood VA Medical Center, talks about how nurses are reacting to the RaDonda Vaught verdict and what it will mean for nursing in the future. This episode is presented by Capella University as part of National Nurses Week.
On episode 52 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Alexander Sah talks about the growth of the ambulatory surgery center market and how it’s improving the surgical process.
On episode 51 of PSQH: The Podcast, Richard Bird, chief product officer at SecZetta, talks about the risks of security breaches from third-party care providers.
On episode 50 of PSQH: The Podcast, Janet Dillione, CEO of Connect America, talks about how technology can improve senior care.
On episode 49 of PSQH: The Podcast, Dr. Tammie Chang, author of the new book Boundaries for Women Physicians: Love Your Life and Career in Medicine, talks about how female physicians can prevent burnout, stress, and exhaustion. Part of PSQH’s Patient Safety Awareness Week activities, this episode is presented in partnership with GOJO – the makers of Purell, Nuance, PDC, and the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.