The American Health Journal is an award-winning 30-minute health care television series which has aired continuously for over 25 years. Now featured on PBS, each 30-minute episode features five 4 1/2 minute segments and a diverse range of health care professionals discussing the fullest spectrum of medical topics.
Dr. Spellberg is Chief Medical Officer at the Los Angeles County-University of Southern California (LAC+USC) Medical Center. He is also Medical Director of Biosciences for Los Angeles County, working with the County CEO's office to implement the LA County Board of Supervisors vision to grow biosciences in LA.
Dr. Spellberg has extensive administrative, patient care, and teaching activities. His NIH-funded research interests are diverse, ranging from basic immunology and vaccinology, to pure clinical and outcomes research, to process improvement work related to delivery of care, focusing on safety net hospitals.
Minda and Jack talk about the impact Social Distancing is having on all of us and how to help us cope.
Lakes Jam is an annual music festival that unites rock and country music fans from all walks of life and brings them to the beautiful Brainerd lakes area. A premium camping festival, Lakes Jam is more than a music festival with Watercross racing, Drifting, Lawnmower Racing, Poker Tournaments and more!
Elliott is not only a talented musician but is also a proud military Veteran. Being a combat Veteran with PTSD, anxiety, and depression, Elliott uses his music and the time he has on stage performing as a form of therapy. When Elliott sings, he literally gives it all he has and the adrenaline release he gets is very therapeutic for him. He has found a way to use his music as a way to literally save his own life. www.elliottmckenzie.com
Dr. Mary Lee Esty, talks about the wide-reaching effects of concussion and TBI in sports, veterans and the general population. Concussions are a hot topic these days, specifically head injuries on professional football players. However, many don’t realize that concussions and other traumatic brain injuries (TBI’s) affect many people and can have a lifelong effect on ones health. In fact, the recent surge in combat veterans incurring TBI’s during combat has led to a lot of new research and a much better understanding of exactly what is going on during and after suffering a head injury.
Dr. Ronald Genova Co Owner of Phoenix ER and Medical Hospital is hear to talk about the benefit of doctor owned hospitals.
At a time when delivering high quality healthcare is a top priority for every hospital executive, physician-owned hospitals are having much difficulty gaining traction for future expansion and development in light of healthcare reform.
Physician-owned models focus on providing high-quality care to patients instead of seeing as many patients as possible. The majority of physician-owned hospitals also provide specialized medical care and tend to give patients more power over their medical decisions because they have time to make sure their patients are well-informed.
Jason Angelini talks about stepping out of the corporate office and in to a job that he loves and owns.
American Bench Craft, is a team of brothers, family and friends who have talked about owning a business together since high school. They now own a company where everyday we get to show up and be creative, solve problems, and work with our hands. We make products we need or want, and then we put them to the test with everyday use.
This compelling story of perseverance and grit has come of age after seventeen years. Former Boston Bruins Captain, Rick “Nifty” Middleton, coached the 2002 US Paralympic Sled Hockey team in Salt Lake City, Utah. Together, along with Tom Moulton, they all achieved an unlikely gold medal. The time has come to tell their dramatic story through a scripted film. www.toughsleddingthemovie.com
Josh was diagnosed with a skull-base chordoma in 2006. Unwilling to accept the limited treatment options available to chordoma patients, he joined the lab of Dr. Michael Kelley at Duke University, where he spent the next two years studying chordoma.
When COVID-19 hit the U.S., public health professionals were already busy battling another epidemic – the drug crisis in this country.
Dr. Waismann talks about this problem, how his treatments are helping addicts and pushing for the treatment of drug addiction to be brought into mainstream medicine. anrclinic.com