Fasting, diabetes, and innovations in health were just some of the topics I covered during my visit on the #PopHealth podcast titled “Personal and Organizational Well-being.”
Here are the links to the podcast on the various platforms:
For those who haven’t listened to the #PopHealth show before, here is the description:
This show is about all things population health. What is population health? It is about making populations and groups healthy. If you are someone who feels accountable or responsible for other people and their health- this show is for you.
Here are some of the references I made during the podcast.
- Should you switch out a doctor you don’t like?
- TOFI – Thin on the outside, Fat on the inside
- Yes to fasting, no to drugs
- Mitochondrial Dysfunction & Natural Healing
- Gut bacteria and Type II Diabetes
- FYI – Blood sugar can RISE immediately after exercise
Also, I reference Mark Sisson’s Mark Daily’s Apple blog.
As the podcast shifted to business, I discussed how I named my own consulting practice (Hillwork, LLC) for early-stage technology companies after the concept in training workouts for improving performance.
The analogy to “hillwork” in business is the exercise of finding product-market where the 1990’s version of this was chronicled in “Crossing the Chasm”, a classic book of the time by Geoffrey Moore.
Some of the companies I mentioned about using technology to improve outcomes were:
- Otonexus – featuring an air-coupled ultrasound device to detect ear infections
- Light Line Medical – featuring use of visible light (not drugs or chemicals!) to kill bacteria in catheters
- Pixamed – extending cloud and mobile to electronic medical records systems beyond big hospitals but to clinics and skilled nursing facilities
- Health Hero – a platform focused on using software to improve patient follow-up and improve outcomes
Here’s also the contact information he asked for:
Overall, thanks to Anthony Diaz to having me on the show!