Hills and Valleys

Hills and Valleys

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Hills and Valleys is a podcast that uncovers stories from leaders in healthcare, tech, and everything in between. Straight from the heart of Silicon Valley, we give you a look at the good, the bad, and the future, one episode at a time. Brought to you by Potrero Medical.


10: Future Healthcare Business Models with Dr. Gordon Morewood, MD, MBA, FASE
Jul 9 • 52 min
Dr. Gordon Morewood currently serves as Chair and Professor of Clinical Anesthesiology at Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University. His research interests include pulmonary hypertension in surgical patients, knowledge transfer in graduate…
9: Dr. Philip Chang, M.D. on Updates in Burn Medicine from the American Burn Association Conference 2019
Jun 25 • 38 min
Dr. Philip Chang MD is an Assistant Professor of Surgery in the Division of Trauma Burns and Critical Care and Acute Surgery at Weill Cornell Medical College. He’s also an Assistant Attending surgeon at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He’s a double…
8: Dr. Kevin K. Chung, MD, Colonel & Chair of Medicine at the Uniformed Services University.
May 27 • 46 min
COL Chung holds academic appointments at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences as Professor of Medicine and Professor of Surgery. In his career, COL Chung has authored over 180 manuscripts in peer reviewed journals, authored 13 book…
7: Dr. Bruce Friedman, MD, on The Burden of Acute Kidney Injury in the ICU
Apr 29 • 35 min
Bruce Friedman is the co-director of the JM Still Burn Center and Professor of Anesthesiology & Perioperative Medicine at George Washington University. He graduated from University of Miami School of Medicine in 1983, and has 36 years of experience in the…
6: Dr. Uli K. Chettipally, MD, MPH, on the Need for Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
Apr 16 • 39 min
Uli Chettipally, MD, MPH, is a speaker, physician, researcher and an innovator. He’s passionate about delivering artificial intelligence-enabled solutions to physicians at the point of care to improve patient outcomes. You can purchase his latest book,…
5: Dr. Rahul Kashyap on Sepsis in the ICU and how to address it
Apr 8 • 9 min
Dr. Rahul Kashyap is an Award Winning Public Speaker, Experienced Research Physician at the Mayo Clinic. You can follow him on Twitter @ Dr_SRKashyap)
4: Dr. Jerry J. Zimmerman on How Medicine Can Solve Its Sepsis Problem
Apr 1 • 36 min
Dr. Jerry J. Zimmerman is a Professor of Pediatrics and Anesthesiology at the University of Washington School of Medicine. Zimmerman has been chair of the Scientific Advisory Committee for Children’s Hospital Clinical Research Center since its inception…
3: Why Acute Kidney Injury Needs a Better Approach with Dr. Azra Bihorac
Mar 25 • 69 min
Dr. Bihorac is an internist, nephrologist, general and neuro-intensivist with a career-long clinical and research interest in postoperative complications, more specifically sepsis and acute kidney injury. She also has an abiding interest in complex…
2: Dr. Nathaniel Reisinger on Point-of-Care-Technologies in Nephrology
Mar 13 • 19 min
Nathaniel C. Reisinger, MD, is an Instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Fellow in Clinical Ultrasound at the Perelman School of Medicine—Hospital of University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After completing his MD at the…
1: Dr. Michael Heung, University of Michigan
Feb 13 • 23 min
Without better technology, nephrologists can’t catch acute kidney injury early enough to prevent it. We recently caught up with Dr. Michael Heung to talk about the challenges of Acute Kidney Injury (AKI) in Critical Care Medicine and what is needed to…