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Neurology Podcasts

Neurology podcats on Health Professional Radio and Baptist Health.

Virtual/Digital Mental Health Care Featuring eClinicalWorks Technology

Neal Howard of Health Professional Radio interviews Dr. Jeffrey Gelblum about the future of digital mental health tools.

Dr. Jeffrey Gelblum, MD, board member at First Choice Neurology and expert consultant to the State of Florida discusses the future of virtual and digital mental health tools and his experience using eClinicalWorks, a leader in healthcare IT solutions, offering Electronic Health Records, Practice Management tools, and solutions for Patient Engagement, Population Health, and Revenue Cycle Management.


 

Neurology Podcasts

Neurology Podcasts from our Neurologists at Baptist Health. Podcasts include Strokes and Heart Attacks, Migraine and Headache Disorders, Young People and Strokes, and more.

Emergency Care During COVID-19: Holiday Uptick in Strokes and Heart Attacks

The holiday season is a peak time of year for strokes and heart attacks -- and not just for older people. What’s behind this potentially deadly phenomenon and how can we reduce our risk?

Host, Jonathan Fialkow, MD, chief population health office at Baptist Health looks into this “holiday phenomenon” with guest experts Felipe De Los Rios, MD, medical director of the stroke program at Miami Neuroscience Institute, and Leo Huynh, DO, chief of emergency medicine at Baptist Hospital.

This podcast contains excerpts from an episode of Baptist Health’s Resource Live program, which also focused on the importance of never delaying care for symptoms of a heart attack or stroke. Emergency rooms are open and safe, with strict protocols in place to protect patients, staff, and visitors from exposure to the novel coronavirus.


 

Heads Up on Migraine & Headache Disorders

795-thousand people in the United States will experience a stroke this year. Not all the victims are part of the Social Security set. Researchers have noticed a startling increase in the rate of strokes among younger people in their mid-thirties through mid-forties. Strokes can affect people of all ages, even teenagers and kids.

Host Jonathan Fialkow. MD and his guest, neurologist Felipe De Los Rios, MD, medical director of the stroke program at Miami Neuroscience Center, explore this troubling trend, talk about symptoms and risk factors, and look into whether there is any connection to the novel Coronavirus, on this episode of Baptist HealthTalk.


 

Young People and Strokes: A Troubling Trend

795-thousand people in the United States will experience a stroke this year. Not all the victims are part of the Social Security set. Researchers have noticed a startling increase in the rate of strokes among younger people in their mid-thirties through mid-forties. Strokes can affect people of all ages, even teenagers and kids.

Host Jonathan Fialkow, MD, and his guest, neurologist Felipe De Los Rios, MD, medical director of the stroke program at Miami Neuroscience Center, explore this troubling trend, talk about symptoms and risk factors, and look into whether there is any connection to the novel Coronavirus, on this episode of Baptist HealthTalk.

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