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On Before The White Coat, SHM CEO and host Larry Wellikson explores the early influences and personal inspirations of some of the most influential individuals in healthcare and modern medicine.

Latest Episodes

Eric Howell, MD, SFHM: Solving the Puzzles of Hospital Medicine

Growing up in Annapolis, MD, Dr. Eric Howell was fascinated bysolving puzzles and finding out howthings worked. He often took things apart so he could try to put them back together – from hair dryers to the transmission in his father's car. SHM CEO Dr. Larry Wellikson talks with Dr. Howell about the various career choices he considered – from commercial pilot to electrical engineer – and ultimately what led him to becoming the Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. Hired as the fourth hospitalist at Johns Hopkins Bayview, he has helped the program to grow to 190 hospitalists across three hospitals.An active member and past president of SHM, Dr. Howell is the Senior Physician Advisor to SHM's Center for Hospital Innovation and Improvement.

16 MIN2016 FEB 16
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Eric Howell, MD, SFHM: Solving the Puzzles of Hospital Medicine

Jeffrey J. Glasheen, MD, SFHM: Dedicated to Quality Improvement & Patient Safety

After witnessing firsthand the impact of a severe medical error on a family member, Dr. Jeffrey Glasheen learned that these situations were not caused solely by knowledge deficiencies, but rather by faults in systems and processes. This realization led him to a career as a hospitalist, rooted in quality improvement and patient safety. From his role as president of his fraternity during his college days to his current role as Chief Quality Officer at the University of Colorado Hospital Authority, hear about the story of Dr. Glasheen's path to a career in hospital medicine.

20 MIN2016 FEB 2
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Jeffrey J. Glasheen, MD, SFHM: Dedicated to Quality Improvement & Patient Safety

Gregory Maynard, MD, MSc, SFHM: From Small-Town Boy to Chief Quality Officer

From playing the lead in his high school class play to becoming the Chief Quality Officer at the University of California Davis, Dr. Gregory Maynard explains his storied journey to a career in academic hospital medicine. In the latest episode of Before the White Coat, he discusses with Dr. Larry Wellikson how he evolved from a small-town boy in Illinois to a leader at one of the world’s leading cross-disciplinary research and teaching institutions.

28 MIN2016 JAN 19
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Gregory Maynard, MD, MSc, SFHM: From Small-Town Boy to Chief Quality Officer

Dr. Patrick Cawley on Medicine, Leadership and Business

“How do I create a career combining medicine and business?" That was the question a young Patrick Cawley asked himself while still in pre-med courses at the University of Scranton. Today, his combined interests in medicine, business and leadership have propelled him to becomechief executive officer of Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Medical Center and Vice President for Clinical Operations of the Medical University of South Carolina. In this episode of Before the White Coat, learn about Dr. Cawley's career path toward leadership, which started with working in his father's podiatry office and an unlikely student council election win in high school. If you enjoy Before the White Coat, please share it with others and rate it on iTunes. And let us know what you think via Twitter at @SHMLive.

26 MIN2015 DEC 8
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Dr. Patrick Cawley on Medicine, Leadership and Business

Danielle Scheurer, MD, MSCR, SFHM

Watch out, Sanjay Gupta! SHM board member and physician editor of The Hospitalist Danielle Scheurer may be coming for your job. "To this day, my dream job is to be a newscaster," says Danielle Scheurer, MD, MSCR, SFHM in her interview with SHM CEO Larry Wellikson. But before that, Dr. Scheurer traces her career from summer jobs to providing care in Africa, which included her own ailments byhanging an IV bag by candlelight. If you enjoy Before the White Coat, please share it with others and rate it on iTunes.

26 MIN2015 NOV 18
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Danielle Scheurer, MD, MSCR, SFHM

Tracy Cardin, ACNP

Hospital medicine is a team sport. Andnurse practitioners and physician assistants are an important part of the hospitalist team. In this episode of Before the White Coat, SHM CEO Larry Wellikson talks with Tracy Cardin, ACNP, anurse practitioner who has dedicated herself to patient care as a hospitalist, about her career progression and how she has defined her role within the hospital. If you listen to Before the White Coat on iTunes, please rate it today. And share it with friends via SoundCloud or www.beforethewhitecoat.org.

23 MIN2015 NOV 3
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Tracy Cardin, ACNP

Mary Jo Gorman, MD, MBA, MHM

When Dr. Mary Jo Gorman’s hospitalist practice was acquired by IPC in 1999, she became responsible for the rapid growth of the hospitalist model in the Midwest, growing from 50 physicians to hundreds in multiple cities in just a few years. “My role was to put air in the tires as we were rolling down the road,” she tells host Dr. Larry Wellikson. In this episode, learn about how Dr. Gorman applied her MBA to life in hospital medicine and why, in her words, “one way to look like a genius is to steal some idea they’re doing on the west coast and bring it to the Midwest.”

23 MIN2015 OCT 20
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Mary Jo Gorman, MD, MBA, MHM

John Nelson, MD, MHM

Before he was one of the original architects of the hospitalist movement, John Nelson, MD, MHM, was a magician, worked in a gas station and even cleaned out an abandoned hotel with a convicted felon. In this episode of Before the White Coat, Dr. Larry Wellikson talks with Dr. Nelson about how he began doing hospitalist work well before there was a name for it – and how his career in medicine led him to that point. If you like Before the White Coat, please rate it on iTunes and share it with friends!

26 MIN2015 OCT 6
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John Nelson, MD, MHM

Mark V. Williams, MD, MHM

As a young boy, Dr. Mark Williams broke his arm. What happened next inspired him to become a doctor. In this episode of Before the White Coat, SHM CEO Dr. Larry Wellikson explores the early influences in Dr. Williams' career:the people and events that led him from working at his father's gas station to becoming aleader of the hospital medicine movement. Dr. Williams is the director of the Center for Health Services Research,professor and vice-chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Kentucky. He is also principal investigator for SHM's Project BOOST. Do you listen to Before the White Coat on iTunes? Do us a favor and rate it. It's a great way to share Before the White Coat with others. Before the White Coat is also now available on SoundCloud, which makes sharing on Facebook and Twitter easy.

26 MIN2015 SEP 22
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Mark V. Williams, MD, MHM

Brian Harte, MD, SFHM

“I never really knew what I wanted to be. […] What I really liked doing was working, building or being part of a team that worked really well together on problems, or issues, or challenges or opportunities that we saw as compelling.” Science and health sciences were always a career consideration for Dr. Brian Harte but in what capacity or to what degree was unclear. In this episode of Before the White Coat, Dr. Harte tells stories of the various points in his life where he learned the value of hard work and teamwork. From his childhood in Cincinnati public schools and unwavering family support to serving scoops at Baskin Robbins and putting cellophane labels on bleach bottles in a factory, Dr. Harte developed a strong work ethic. Fast forward to today, and all is much clearer; Dr. Harte serves as the President of Hillcrest Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic Health System hospital, and as President-Elect of the board of directors of SHM.

25 MIN2015 SEP 8
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Brian Harte, MD, SFHM

Latest Episodes

Eric Howell, MD, SFHM: Solving the Puzzles of Hospital Medicine

Growing up in Annapolis, MD, Dr. Eric Howell was fascinated bysolving puzzles and finding out howthings worked. He often took things apart so he could try to put them back together – from hair dryers to the transmission in his father's car. SHM CEO Dr. Larry Wellikson talks with Dr. Howell about the various career choices he considered – from commercial pilot to electrical engineer – and ultimately what led him to becoming the Chief of the Division of Hospital Medicine at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center in Baltimore, MD. Hired as the fourth hospitalist at Johns Hopkins Bayview, he has helped the program to grow to 190 hospitalists across three hospitals.An active member and past president of SHM, Dr. Howell is the Senior Physician Advisor to SHM's Center for Hospital Innovation and Improvement.

16 MIN2016 FEB 16
Comments
Eric Howell, MD, SFHM: Solving the Puzzles of Hospital Medicine

Jeffrey J. Glasheen, MD, SFHM: Dedicated to Quality Improvement & Patient Safety

After witnessing firsthand the impact of a severe medical error on a family member, Dr. Jeffrey Glasheen learned that these situations were not caused solely by knowledge deficiencies, but rather by faults in systems and processes. This realization led him to a career as a hospitalist, rooted in quality improvement and patient safety. From his role as president of his fraternity during his college days to his current role as Chief Quality Officer at the University of Colorado Hospital Authority, hear about the story of Dr. Glasheen's path to a career in hospital medicine.

20 MIN2016 FEB 2
Comments
Jeffrey J. Glasheen, MD, SFHM: Dedicated to Quality Improvement & Patient Safety

Gregory Maynard, MD, MSc, SFHM: From Small-Town Boy to Chief Quality Officer

From playing the lead in his high school class play to becoming the Chief Quality Officer at the University of California Davis, Dr. Gregory Maynard explains his storied journey to a career in academic hospital medicine. In the latest episode of Before the White Coat, he discusses with Dr. Larry Wellikson how he evolved from a small-town boy in Illinois to a leader at one of the world’s leading cross-disciplinary research and teaching institutions.

28 MIN2016 JAN 19
Comments
Gregory Maynard, MD, MSc, SFHM: From Small-Town Boy to Chief Quality Officer

Dr. Patrick Cawley on Medicine, Leadership and Business

“How do I create a career combining medicine and business?" That was the question a young Patrick Cawley asked himself while still in pre-med courses at the University of Scranton. Today, his combined interests in medicine, business and leadership have propelled him to becomechief executive officer of Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) Medical Center and Vice President for Clinical Operations of the Medical University of South Carolina. In this episode of Before the White Coat, learn about Dr. Cawley's career path toward leadership, which started with working in his father's podiatry office and an unlikely student council election win in high school. If you enjoy Before the White Coat, please share it with others and rate it on iTunes. And let us know what you think via Twitter at @SHMLive.

26 MIN2015 DEC 8
Comments
Dr. Patrick Cawley on Medicine, Leadership and Business

Danielle Scheurer, MD, MSCR, SFHM

Watch out, Sanjay Gupta! SHM board member and physician editor of The Hospitalist Danielle Scheurer may be coming for your job. "To this day, my dream job is to be a newscaster," says Danielle Scheurer, MD, MSCR, SFHM in her interview with SHM CEO Larry Wellikson. But before that, Dr. Scheurer traces her career from summer jobs to providing care in Africa, which included her own ailments byhanging an IV bag by candlelight. If you enjoy Before the White Coat, please share it with others and rate it on iTunes.

26 MIN2015 NOV 18
Comments
Danielle Scheurer, MD, MSCR, SFHM

Tracy Cardin, ACNP

Hospital medicine is a team sport. Andnurse practitioners and physician assistants are an important part of the hospitalist team. In this episode of Before the White Coat, SHM CEO Larry Wellikson talks with Tracy Cardin, ACNP, anurse practitioner who has dedicated herself to patient care as a hospitalist, about her career progression and how she has defined her role within the hospital. If you listen to Before the White Coat on iTunes, please rate it today. And share it with friends via SoundCloud or www.beforethewhitecoat.org.

23 MIN2015 NOV 3
Comments
Tracy Cardin, ACNP

Mary Jo Gorman, MD, MBA, MHM

When Dr. Mary Jo Gorman’s hospitalist practice was acquired by IPC in 1999, she became responsible for the rapid growth of the hospitalist model in the Midwest, growing from 50 physicians to hundreds in multiple cities in just a few years. “My role was to put air in the tires as we were rolling down the road,” she tells host Dr. Larry Wellikson. In this episode, learn about how Dr. Gorman applied her MBA to life in hospital medicine and why, in her words, “one way to look like a genius is to steal some idea they’re doing on the west coast and bring it to the Midwest.”

23 MIN2015 OCT 20
Comments
Mary Jo Gorman, MD, MBA, MHM

John Nelson, MD, MHM

Before he was one of the original architects of the hospitalist movement, John Nelson, MD, MHM, was a magician, worked in a gas station and even cleaned out an abandoned hotel with a convicted felon. In this episode of Before the White Coat, Dr. Larry Wellikson talks with Dr. Nelson about how he began doing hospitalist work well before there was a name for it – and how his career in medicine led him to that point. If you like Before the White Coat, please rate it on iTunes and share it with friends!

26 MIN2015 OCT 6
Comments
John Nelson, MD, MHM

Mark V. Williams, MD, MHM

As a young boy, Dr. Mark Williams broke his arm. What happened next inspired him to become a doctor. In this episode of Before the White Coat, SHM CEO Dr. Larry Wellikson explores the early influences in Dr. Williams' career:the people and events that led him from working at his father's gas station to becoming aleader of the hospital medicine movement. Dr. Williams is the director of the Center for Health Services Research,professor and vice-chair of the Department of Internal Medicine at the University of Kentucky. He is also principal investigator for SHM's Project BOOST. Do you listen to Before the White Coat on iTunes? Do us a favor and rate it. It's a great way to share Before the White Coat with others. Before the White Coat is also now available on SoundCloud, which makes sharing on Facebook and Twitter easy.

26 MIN2015 SEP 22
Comments
Mark V. Williams, MD, MHM

Brian Harte, MD, SFHM

“I never really knew what I wanted to be. […] What I really liked doing was working, building or being part of a team that worked really well together on problems, or issues, or challenges or opportunities that we saw as compelling.” Science and health sciences were always a career consideration for Dr. Brian Harte but in what capacity or to what degree was unclear. In this episode of Before the White Coat, Dr. Harte tells stories of the various points in his life where he learned the value of hard work and teamwork. From his childhood in Cincinnati public schools and unwavering family support to serving scoops at Baskin Robbins and putting cellophane labels on bleach bottles in a factory, Dr. Harte developed a strong work ethic. Fast forward to today, and all is much clearer; Dr. Harte serves as the President of Hillcrest Hospital, a Cleveland Clinic Health System hospital, and as President-Elect of the board of directors of SHM.

25 MIN2015 SEP 8
Comments
Brian Harte, MD, SFHM
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