Evolution of Medicine Podcast (health, alternative health)
Future of Health Coaching: Carey Peters
This week on the Evolution of Medicine, we continue our series featuring innovators in the Health Coach field. We welcome, Carey Peters with Health Coach Institute(formerly Holistic MBA). Carey and her business partner, Stacey,  have been in the field of health coaching for over a decade. They have dedicated themselves to the education and success of health coaches all over the country. 
 
We’re excited to feature this podcast  as a part of our educational podcast series on health coaching. James and Carey discuss the genesis of Holistic MBA and Health Coach Institute, the future of health coaching in collaboration with medicine, and much more during this inspiring thirty minutes.
 
In this podcast you will hear:
  • how has health coaching changed in the last decade and what has been the impact
  • what has it been like for those students who have chosen to make a career change to become a health coach
  • what should practitioners be looking for in a health coach and how does theHCI uniquely prepare their graduates 
For more information about Health Coach Institute: goevomed.com/HCI
Direct download: Future_of_Health_Coaching_-_Carey_Peters.mp3
Category:health, alternative health -- posted at: 3:08pm EDT

Future of Health Coaching: Andrea Nakayama

This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we continue a new series of podcasts called The Future of Health Coaching.  In this series, we welcome leaders in the field who are taking the industry forward. Andrea Nakayama, founder of Holistic Nutrition Lab joins us for the second installment.

Andrea connects with us about the future of health coaching. She delves into what's not working in Functional Medicine practices and what 2017 holds for the Functional Medicine community. She shares more details about her new coaching program and how it differs from other health coach education.

In this podcast you will hear:

  • what are information is missing in some health coaching programs
  • how do you most efficiently incorporate a health coach into a practice and what results can you expect
  • what is the value of the Holistic Nutrition Lab community

For more information on Holistic Nutrition Lab, visit goevomed.com/HNL

Direct download: Future_of_Health_Coaching_-_Andrea_Nakayama.mp3
Category:health, alternative health -- posted at: 1:30pm EDT

Evolution of Oncology

This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we feature Dr. Lise Alschuler. Back during our first Evoltuion of Medicine Summit in 2014, Dr. Alschuler presented "The Evolution of Oncology". 

As we prepare to refocus on this topic during the January 2017 Functional Forum, we take a look back at this special presentation from. She has incorporated the learnings of her own experience with cancer into her work with others facing the challenges of this disease.

In this podcast you will hear:

  • Is going the ‘natural route’ a wise move after diagnosis?
  • Why integrative oncology is so important in an evolved medical system
  • Easy, proven tools to help prevent cancer and support current oncology strategies


Interested in more from this summit? http://evolutionofmedicinesummit.com/2014/

Direct download: Lise_Aschuler.mp4
Category:health, alternative health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Future of Health Coaching: Sandra Scheinbaum

This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we begin a new series of podcasts called The Future of Health Coaching.  In this series, we welcome leaders in the field who are taking the industry forward. If you've been following the Functional Forum, you know that we'd like to see a health coach in every practice.

We begin this new series with Sandra Scheinbaum, PhD, founder of the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy. Sandy shares with us how health coaches contribute to the success of a medical practice and what roles they can play to connect with patients and the local community. She also provides guidance on how to transition to an integrative practice that utilizes a health coach. 

In this podcast you will hear:

  • why Sandy started the FMCA
  • what is value of having a functional medicine coach as part of your practice
  • how to prepare your team and patients to begin working with a health coach
  • what role will the health coach play in the future of medicine

For more information about the Functional Medicine Coaching Academy, visit goevomed.com/FMCA

Direct download: Future_of_Health_Coaching_-_Sandra_Scheinbaum.mp3
Category:health, alternative health -- posted at: 10:08am EDT

Rise: The History of Integrative Medicine

This week on the Evolution of Medicine podcast, we feature, authors, Glenn Sabin and Taylor Walsh. Their book is called The Rise of Integrative Health and Medicine: The Milestones - 1963 to Present. It features over 120 of the most significant accomplishments in the field during the last 54 years. Evolution of Medicine is proud to be among the chosen milestones.

As we move to the end of 2016 and approach the new year, it's always interesting to look back and see what we have accomplished. We can move forward to 2017 and beyond with more confidence as we learn from the past and understand the impact of the milestones described in the book. You can sign up to receive a free copy of the e-book here.

In this podcast you will hear:

  • why it is so important to document the key developments of the movement
  • some of the most impressive milestones featured in the book
  • the value of understanding the history of the movement for practitioners
  • how reducing the cost of chronic disease and focusing on preventative medicine affect the movement
Direct download: Rise__The_History_of_Integrative_Medicine.mp3
Category:health, alternative health -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Entrepreneur + Physician Teams for Membership Practices
This week on the Evolution of Medicine Podcast, we continue our series on the value of the membership practice model as we feature tips and stories from practitioners who have successfully made the transition. We welcome Dr. Randolph James and Kevin Miller, partners in a practice called True Life Medicine in Woodland Park, Colorado. 
 
Dr. James and Kevin share with us their journey from being a traditional family medicine practice to a membership-based Functional Medicine practice. We learn lessons from their experience and are excited to hear more about how they were able to create their successful transition.
 
On this podcast you will hear:
  • how the team at True Life Medicine transitioned to a membership based Functional Medicine practice
  • tips on how to make the transition
  • the advantages of working with an entrepreneur when building your practice
For more information on the Evolution of Medicine Membership Practice Builder visit: goevomed.com/mpb 

Innovation in Membership Models

This week on the Evolution of Medicine Podcast, we feature Wayne Dysinger, MD. Dr. Dysinger is a leader in the lifestyle medicine space and is actively building a membership-based practice for his new innovative clinic in California, Lifestyle Medicine Solutions. 

Dr. Dysinger has implemented many of the things we have suggested during throughout the Functional Forum. He's incorporated a membership program and fully embraces lifestyle medicine. He's implemented group learning and community outreach, and health coaches and tech tools are an integral part of the success of his practice. He talks about these strategies and more.

In this podcast you will hear:

  • Why Dr. Dysinger moved his Direct Primary Care practice into the Lifestyle Medicine realm and how do “support groups” fit into personal responsibility and health behavior change?

  • What is a “MACN” and how does it fit into his practice and why is every patient assigned one? (Medical Assistant Coach Navigator)

  • The hybrid payment model that Dr. Dysinger chose for his new clinic and how he integrates this into his practice to best support his patients and his success plan.

  • Why Dr. Dysinger believes membership-based medicine is key to success in a world where patients are seeking healthcare partners and advocates, rather than the old model of simply treating the sick.

To learn more about the Membership Practice Builder visit goevomed.com/mpb

Direct download: Innovation20in20Membership20Models.mp3
Category:health, alternative health -- posted at: 4:01pm EDT

Why Membership Models are the Future of Medicine

The Evolution of Medicine is excited to announce the creation of it's second course the Membership Practice Builder. Some of the most successful functional medicine clinics are employing different types of membership models to make it more affordable for patients and at the same time, guarantees income for practitioners. As ever, we have heard our our community of practitioners when they expressed great interest in learning how to to set up a membership practice model. Visit goevomed.com/mpb for more information. 

This week on the Evolution of Medicine Podcast, we welcome, Michael Lubin, Co-Found of Hint Health. We're excited to be partnering with Hint Health on the delivery of our new training program the Membership Practice Builder featuring Tom Blue, Chief Strategy Officer of American Academy of Private Physicians. The Evolution of Medicine is always looking for innovative technology partners that make it easier to deliver Functional Medicine and Hint Health hits the mark. Hint Health is the leading membership management and billing solution for direct pay healthcare. To learn more about Hint Health, visit goevomed.com/hinthealth

On this podcast you will hear:

  • how Hint Health came about
  • why is the membership model the future of the delivery of functional medicine
  • what types of practitioners are a fit for the membership model
  • how Hint Health empowers the shift towards the membership practice model

The Perfect First Visit

This week on the Evolution we welcome an internationally renowned authority on health, human potential development, and Self-Leadership, Dr. Mark Atkinson. As a functional medicine physician, author, and speaker, Dr. Atkinson has inspired hundreds of thousands of people to become healthier, more effective, human beings. He’s been on the cutting edge of neuro-performance for many years and has now taken his passion to the Bulletproof organization.

On this podcast Dr. Atkinson and James discuss the perfect first visit. How do we provide incredible care in the new functional micropractice model? How do we use the together most effectively to get the most engagement from patients? How do we engage patients into their journey? We address these questions and more.

On this podcast, you will hear:

  • what drives Dr. Atkinsons passion 
  • why he doesn't focus on the history in the first appointment 
  • how does this impact scale by working with Bulletproof  

Bulletproof is introducing a brand-new training course for coaches interested in becoming a certified Bulletproof Coach. They are committed to supporting you in becoming a successful coach who has the skill and knowledge to support your clients in achieving their goals, realizing their potential and upgrading their body, mind and energy.


Future of Patient Compliance Part 15: Nudging Through Coaching

This week on the Evolution of Medicine, we continue our series called The Future of Patient Compliance with Mac Gambill from Nudge Coach. Nudge Coach is lifestyle coaching software that aims to better connect practitioners with their patients.  It allows practitioners to empower patients through online lifestyle coaching through technology  in between visits.

Mac shares how Nudge Coach provides an efficient and effective way to better coaching and accountability for patients once they step out of the doctor's office. If you've been following us for awhile, you know that we have now moved from the term "compliance" to "empowerment".  In this podcast, we discuss the difference between the two terms and how we have evolved passed some of the old verbiage into a new relationship between the patient and practitioner. 

This week you will hear:

  • the value of patient tracking
  • the return on investment from using tracking technologies
  • what % of people with smart phones are using fitness apps