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Medical Matters

Dr Norm Bottum | Canoe FM

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Join Dr Norm Bottum as he dives into common medical issues affecting everyone. From stress to heartburn, cancer to cannabis, kidney stones to concussions and beyond, Dr Bottum brings his expert knowledge, and years of experience to help you better understand, and care for, your health!
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Who is this podcast for? It's for you if you: Lay awake at night wondering if your medical practice is doing well financially, or if you are concerned about your insurance contracts or your reimbursement, or if you worry about being embezzled. Do you want a big piece of new equipment, but are not sure it's a wise purchase, or do you shudder every time a financial question comes up? Join Jill Arena, CEO of Health e Practices and other healthcare industry experts as they demystify the business ...
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Medical Education Matters

Medical College of Wisconsin

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We are educators, scholars, and clinicians dedicated to the transformation of medical education through the values of caring, character, and excellence. Join us for regular conversations about the transformation of medical education! Learn more about the Medical College of Wisconsin here: https://www.mcw.edu/
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This week's episode is a shout out to all of the hard working Moms in healthcare! My daughter Bella and I talk about what it's like growing up in a healthcare household, and what we've each learned from the other along the way. This episode is a tribute to the many professional women in our industry who also carry the title of "Mom." We talk about …
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Today, we're exploring workforce development, and how it fits with your overall success strategy. It's not just about filling positions; it’s about creating environments where professionals aren't just working but thriving and growing. Let’s discover how making your practice a destination workplace can benefit your team and your overall success. No…
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Welcome to today's episode, where we delve into the world of business psychology, focusing specifically on team dynamics within medical practices. Based on Patrick Lencioni's seminal book, "The Five Dysfunctions of a Team," we'll explore how these principles apply to the unique setting of healthcare. Whether you're a physician, practice manager, or…
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In this episode of the Medical Money Matters Podcast, we delve into the pivotal role of marketing in the medical field. Whether you're just starting out or looking to expand your existing practice, understanding and implementing effective marketing strategies is crucial. Today, we're specifically focusing on marketing strategies for two key areas: …
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Today, we’re diving into an essential topic that every medical practice owner and administrator should prioritize: Business Continuity Planning, or BCP. In the world of healthcare, where patient care and safety are paramount, being prepared for the unexpected is not just prudent—it’s critical. Whether it's a natural disaster, a cyber-attack, or ano…
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In this episode, we're focusing on a critical issue that every healthcare organization faces: employee retention. In a field as demanding as healthcare, retaining skilled, dedicated professionals isn't just beneficial; it's essential for maintaining high standards of patient care and operational excellence. Drawing inspiration from Joe Mull's semin…
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Casual conversational sentences in Canto and Mando for topics in medical and non-medical settings.In this ep, you can see the bad of 壞/坏, in something like rotted tissue, necrosis 壞死/坏死, or like when someone is “spoiled (rotten)” 縱壞/宠坏.sister video (ep #35):www.youtube.com/@notnowigottago/videossoundtrack:“Tricky Fox,” by Magiksolo from Pixabay…
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In the wake of the pandemic, the healthcare industry faces unprecedented staffing challenges. From the scramble for qualified professionals to the evolving landscape of patient care needs, medical groups nationwide are feeling the pressure. But why exactly is staffing proving to be such a Herculean task, and more importantly, what can we do about i…
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The unfortunate reality is that embezzlement in the healthcare sector is on the rise. In this episode, we review: these aren't just numbers on a page; they're significant breaches that can drain your resources, demoralize your team, and damage the trust you've worked so hard to build with your patients. As we said in our earlier episodes, a startli…
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Do you dread having to conduct the annual evaluation for your practice's leader? Your CEO or Practice Administrator sees to it that all of the staff's evaluations are completed, but now it's time for their annual review. Many physicians dread having to do this, as it's not something that's taught in medical school. This episode breaks down how to c…
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Practice transitions can be easy if you plan for them or difficult if you don't. Join me for a conversation with long time practice consultant Debra Phairas of Practice & Liability Consultants, a west coast consulting company. Debra brings many years of experience in valuing and consulting to practices and walks through many common scenarios that c…
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The recent cyberattack on Change Healthcare has sent shockwaves through the healthcare market, underscoring the critical importance of cybersecurity in the healthcare sector. This event not only disrupted the company's operations but also had a cascading effect on physician practices and medical groups reliant on its services for billing, claims ma…
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In this episode, we're exploring a topic that's revolutionizing the patient payment landscape in healthcare: Digital Wallets and Contactless Payments. The days of writing checks and swiping cards are fading into the backdrop of healthcare payments. Today, we're witnessing a remarkable transformation, a shift towards more modern, tech-driven solutio…
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The concept of a doctor's visit has been redefined, largely by the pandemic. No longer confined to the four walls of a clinic, healthcare has transcended physical boundaries, thanks to telehealth and virtual visits. But how did we get here? It's a story of technology meeting necessity, a narrative of innovation that's reshaping healthcare delivery.…
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In this episode, we're demystifying a topic that's critical yet often overlooked in medical billing – Hierarchical Condition Category, or HCC coding. Understanding HCC coding is not just about compliance; it's about ensuring your practice's financial health. So, let's dive into the world of HCC codes and discover why they add a lot to your bottom l…
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Taking performance to the next level frequently demands more than we know to do for ourselves. This is where a coach can come in, and this episode explores specifically why a physician might want to consider retaining an Executive Coach. I get to talk with Karl Pister, founder and president of The Coaching Group, Inc. Karl has extensive coaching, c…
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In this episode, we're diving into a critical aspect of healthcare that affects both providers and patients alike – the patient experience. While medical expertise is undeniably crucial, the way patients are treated and how their time is valued can leave a lasting impression. So, in this episode, we’ll explore practical strategies and insights into…
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In this episode, we’re tackling a topic this is critical for many physicians: Selling Your Medical Practice. Whether you're nearing retirement, looking to shift careers, or considering other ventures, understanding the intricacies of this process is vital. Selling a practice is more than a transaction; it's a transition that affects your financial …
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From Medical Education Matters, welcome to the Philosophies of Medical Education Transformation Lab (P-METaL) podcast series, a forum for thought-provoking discussions at the intersection of medicine, philosophy, and medical education. In this episode, hosts Fabrice Jotterand, and James Woodruff discuss metaphysics in medical education, the fundame…
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In this week's episode, we're diving into a crucial topic for many growing practices: when and how to add a new location. This decision is more than just a financial investment; it's a strategic move that requires careful consideration of various factors. Whether you're a seasoned physician or new to practice management, understanding these nuances…
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You work hard for the money, but are you getting all of the money you've actually earned? "Coding" and "game" don't usually collide in the same sentence, but understand that it IS a game. And, it's one you can win! Join me for a conversation with Anne Hirsch, MD a practicing internist and national coding expert. Anne walks through the distinction a…
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Welcome to our first episode of a new series, exploring the intersection of philosophy and medicine. In this episode, host Michael Braun talks with the two hosts of the new series. Fabrice Jotterand, PhD, MA, is professor of bioethics and medical humanities at the Medical College of Wisconsin, where he also directs the Philosophies of Medical Educa…
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Casual conversational sentences in Canto and Mando for topics in medical and non-medical settings.This podcast also looks into the root components of 放鬆 / 放松 and discusses the 4th tone sandhi of 不.sister video (ep #33):https://www.youtube.com/@notnowigottago/videosThe soundtrack is “Morning Vibes” by Rizzlas via Pixabay; you can hear more from Rizz…
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How do you ensure that your practice not only survives but thrives, long after you've stepped back? It's about creating a legacy, something that stands the test of time and continues to impact the community positively. So, why is succession planning so important in a medical practice? It's about continuity and legacy. Without a clear plan, your pra…
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What should you do when your practice partnership feels more like a sinking ship than a thriving enterprise? If you've been asking, "What if my partner is driving me crazy?" this episode is for you. This is a topic no one wants to talk about, but absolutely everyone needs to consider. And before we dive in, I should say, the objective of this episo…
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The end of the year is a time for big celebrations, family, and keeping warm (at least here in Wisconsin). With all those big things going on, we wanted to take a moment to recognize the little joys in teaching and learning, things we might otherwise overlook but that are so important to be grateful for. To start the episode, Jeff and Anita talk wi…
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In more than 30 years of working with medical practices, I've observed a consistent theme: talented physicians who excel in their field, but face challenges with leadership and people management. Understanding your cognitive, emotional, and behavioral patterns as a leader can significantly impact the productivity and morale of your practice. In gen…
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As a physician, you have tremendous skill and training to be an individual contributor. And, as you're shifting into a leadership role, you may find yourself needing to develop a whole new set of skills. Join me for an in-depth conversation with national physician executive coach and leadership development expert, Deborah Dorsett as she and I explo…
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In this episode of our ongoing MEDICC (Medical Education in Countryside Communities) series, Dr. Jeff Amundson talks with Dr. Edward Krall, assistant professor at the Medical College of Wisconsin—Central Wisconsin, about physician wellness, beginning with Dr. Krall's 2014 article, "The 10 Commandments of Physician Wellness." Their conversation expa…
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In this episode, we tackle a topic that stirs a lot of feelings and opinions—Change Management. If you're leading a medical practice, you'll know what I mean. Change can be one of the most challenging aspects of managing your practice, especially when you've got multiple stakeholders—including physicians—who often have very strong opinions. So let'…
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Casual conversational sentences in Canto and Mando for topics in medical and non-medical settings.This podcast also looks at the root components of 靈活/灵活 branching over to the words: 精靈 / 精灵: zing1ling4 / jīngling (when describing a clever/precocious kid)活潑 / 活泼 wut6put3 / huópo (when describing an active/energetic elderly)sister video (ep #32):htt…
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In this episode, we talk about why it's important to focus on metrics and take the time to develop dashboards for your practice. How else can you reasonably measure the health of your medical practice? We talk a lot about measuring our patients’ health, and we have some great examples of this: quality dashboards, full chem panels, diagnostic report…
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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone celebrating this holiday today. And happy Thursday, November 23, to everyone else. In this episode we are filling up our teaching cornucopias by conducting a teaching draft to build the best class that we can. We select from 6 categories all about building the best classroom experience possible. We pick (with associat…
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Medical Money Matters celebrates it's first birthday! Heartfelt thanks to our entire audience, and all the folks along the way who have contributed either with advice, feedback or encouragement. It's been a journey. Join us for this brief retrospective, and our preview of coming attractions as we kick off Season 2 next week. Please Follow or Subscr…
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As a physician, you may be asking yourself if you should take on a leadership role…or maybe you’re already in one either in your practice, or within your hospital or another organization. As we’ve said many times in this podcast, we didn’t train you for this! Join me for this episode when I talk with Craig Wright, MD, a long-time physician leader w…
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The MedMoth storytelling program is inspired by the Moth Radio Hour and allows medical students, residents, faculty, and staff at the Medical College of Wisconsin to come together for a night of storytelling. Some stories are funny, some are sad, and all touch on the fundamental matter of being a human being involved in medicine. In this episode, D…
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Investing in real estate, including medical office buildings and free standing ASC's or Imaging Centers can be a huge part of any medical group's financial strategy. And, it can be scary. Stakes are higher, markets can be volatile, and a poor decision can cost you dearly. In this episode, I talk with Brad Christiansen, Executive Vice President at C…
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Return On Investment and Break-Even calculations are two crucial financial metrics that help you make well-informed decisions. While they may seem similar, understanding their differences is the key to using them effectively. Return On Investment gives you a percentage that indicates the profitability of an investment over time. Break-Even, on the …
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