Inside Angle: Popular podcasts of 2023

Dec. 7, 2023

We’re wrapping up another year of fantastic topics discussed on our Inside Angle podcast. It’s been great to feature 3M and industry experts, diving into various issues impacting many facets of health care. Do you have topics you’d like to hear more about in 2024? Drop us a line and let us know! 

In the meantime, kick back, relax and treat yourself and your ears with a collection of our top Inside Angle podcasts of 2023. 

More than grit: The tools for resilience with Allison Massari  
2023 3M Client Experience Summit keynote speaker Allison Massari shares how navigating a life-altering accident and its aftermath has taught her many lessons and continues to inform her unique perspective on resilience and healing.  

Pushing the boundaries of AI in health carewith Thomas Polzin 
Thomas Polzin, director of natural language processing at 3M Health Information Systems, explores how natural language understanding, machine learning and artificial intelligence can transform clinicians’ care delivery. 

Beyond the hype: Health care startups and venture capitalwith Chelsa Plant 
Interested in learning about health care startups and what they can bring to the table but aren’t able to attend technology conferences? Chelsea Plant, an investment manager with 3M Ventures provides insight into what many of these companies are focused on for 2023 and beyond, discussing factors that go into a successful startup and partnership. 

Wading through words: Finding the right health information at the right time with Subha Airan-Javia, MD 
Subha Airan-Javia, hospitalist for the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and CEO and co-founder of CareAlign, proposes ideas to relieve the cognitive load placed on providers. 

Evidence-based approaches to improving maternal health outcomeswith Steven Calvin, MD 
Steven Calvin, board-certified OB-GYN and maternal-fetal medicine physician shares his more than 40 years of experience caring for moms and babies and discusses ways maternal outcomes could be improved.