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Click on the links below to view our videos or listen to our podcast series “Getting to the Core Issues”.

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Welcome to Exigent Key

Our CEO, Maryanne Harmsen, explains the purpose and goals of our company, Exigent Key. We hope you will join us in our grassroots effort to transform health care in America!

 

Patient-Centered Medical Homes. What Are They and How Are They Better?

In this segment, Maryanne and Joanne interview Deb Hurwitz, the Executive Director of the Care Transformation Collaborative of Rhode Island.
CTC-RI focuses on physician practice and payment transformation from volume to the value of care. 
Hear how Patient-Centered Medical Homes:
-Integrate Behavioral Health with Primary Care
-Improve Patient Experience
-Improve Quality and Affordability of Care

 

Brain First

In this segment, Maryanne and Joanne introduce you to Diane Irvine and Denise Cafarelli Dees, the founders of Brain First, an accredited training program based on neuroscience for doctors and health care professionals to develop their interpersonal skills. Hear how Brain First turbocharges the brain power of doctors and health care professionals so that even under very challenging or stressful situations they can engage more effectively with their patients and peers and produce better outcomes.

 

Better Health Care in the USA. Is This Possible? Comparative Perspectives Suggest It Is. Part 3 of 3.

The US Healthcare System has many great attributes, yet is not ranked best in the world. Is better health care in the US possible? Lori DiPrete Brown, a leader in Global Health Education and Outreach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, thinks so!
In this 2 part series Lori compares the US Health Care System to other healthcare systems around the world, including those with poorer, lower-income populations. She shares lessons learned from her experiences working for international agencies, such as the Pan Health Organization, World Health Organization, and the US Peace Corps to improve global health, that can be applied to the US Health Care System to improve quality and reduce cost.  

 

Better Health Care in the USA. Is This Possible? Comparative Perspectives Suggest It Is. Part 2 of 3.

The US Healthcare System has many great attributes, yet is not ranked best in the world. Is better health care in the US possible? Lori DiPrete Brown, a leader in Global Health Education and Outreach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, thinks so!
In this 2 part series Lori compares the US Health Care System to other healthcare systems around the world, including those with poorer, lower-income populations. She shares lessons learned from her experiences working for international agencies, such as the Pan Health Organization, World Health Organization, and the US Peace Corps to improve global health, that can be applied to the US Health Care System to improve quality and reduce cost.  

 

Better Health Care in the USA. Is This Possible? Comparative Perspectives Suggest It Is. Part 1 of 3.

The US Healthcare System has many great attributes, yet is not ranked best in the world. Is better health care in the US possible? Lori DiPrete Brown, a leader in Global Health Education and Outreach at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, thinks so!
In this 2 part series Lori compares the US Health Care System to other healthcare systems around the world, including those with poorer, lower-income populations. She shares lessons learned from her experiences working for international agencies, such as the Pan Health Organization, World Health Organization, and the US Peace Corps to improve global health, that can be applied to the US Health Care System to improve quality and reduce cost.  

 

Regenexx - How Stem Cell Therapy is Revolutionizing Orthopedic Care

Dr. Leiber, Founder and Medical Director of New Regeneration Orthopedics of Florida and former personal physician to President Bush and Vice President Cheney, discusses how stem cell therapy is transforming treatment for orthopedic injuries, arthritis and other degenerative conditions with better outcomes, less risk, and at a reduced cost.

 

Health Care Revolt

In this podcast, Dr. Michael Fine, MD, Senior Population Health and Clinical Officer at Blackstone Valley Community Health Care and former Medical Director for the State of Rhode Island, discusses his new book “Health Care Revolt” where he outlines how to Organize, Build a Health Care System, and Resuscitate Democracy -All at the Same Time!

 

Understanding the Mind-Body Split-The Integration of Mental Health Care & Primary Care

Dr. Robert C. Smith, Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry at Michigan State University is the leading expert in the integration of primary care and mental health. Dr. Smith explains the Mind-Body Split and the current state of mental healthcare in the USA. He introduces a new approach to primary care that reconnects the mind and body in the treatment of mental health conditions. This new model will greatly improves outcomes and access to mental health care.

 

Joanne Bilotta and the Choosing Wisely Campaign

Our President, Joanne Bilotta, was featured on the Patricia Raskin Show to talk about the Rhode Island Business Group on Health's Choosing Wisely Campaign. 

 

Maryanne Harmsen and Health Care Costs

Our CEO, Maryanne Harmsen, speaks with ABC 7 about Health Care costs in America today.