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November 25, 2019

Weekly review: The 12 'rising stars' shaping health care, according to TIME

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    The 12 'rising stars' shaping health care, according to TIME (Monday, Nov. 18)
    TIME last week released its first TIME 100 Next list, naming the 100 "rising stars who are shaping the future of business, entertainment, sports, politics, science, health, and more." Here are the 12 health care rising stars who made the list.

    AdventHealth CEO Daryl Tol hid his panic disorder for decades. Now he's opening up. (Tuesday, Nov. 19)
    After hiding his anxiety disorder for decades, Daryl Tol, CEO of AdventHealth's Central Florida division, during a public address last week, opened up about his past and current struggles with mental health.

    The 4 big ways Microsoft wants to change health care (Wednesday, Nov. 20)
    When you think of Big Tech giants moving into health care, Amazon, Apple, Google, and IBM likely come to mind. But a sleeping giant may be waiting in the wings: Microsoft. Daily Briefing's Jackie Kimmell rounds up four big health care bets the company is making that you might've missed.

    Is there a MacGyver onboard? When a patient started hemorrhaging midflight, this doc and NP had to get creative. (Thursday, Nov. 21)
    In an ED, a gushing nosebleed like the one Jay Wellons, a pediatric neurosurgeon at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, encountered midflight would be treated with special glue and a microcatheter. Writing for the New York Times, Wellons describes how he and a nurse practitioner managed to "essentially" stop the hemorrhaging with everyday items.

    Google almost released 100,000+ chest X-rays. Then it discovered a big problem. (Friday, Nov. 22)

    Two days before Google was set to publicly share over 100,000 images of chest X-rays, NIH called Google to raise a major red flag—leading Google to cancel the project, Douglas MacMillan and Greg Bensinger report for the Washington Post.

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