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S4-5.6 - From the VAULT: Patient Follow-Up Challenges in Modeling NASH Diagnostics

S4-5.6 – From the VAULT: Patient Follow-Up Challenges in Modeling NASH Diagnostics

This episode From the Vault comes from Season 3, Episode 39.4. Ian Rowe’s decision curve model does an excellent job of modeling the success rate and cost effectiveness of modeling early NASH diagnosis. However, as Louise Campbell points out, simply getting the patient diagnosed does not mean therapeutic success, which has implications for the early diagnosis model and broader patient management issues.

S4-5.5 - Wrap-Up on Data Aggregation and Transparency, Patient Feedback and More

S4-5.5 – Wrap-Up on Data Aggregation and Transparency, Patient Feedback and More

Tim Jobson of Predictive Health Intelligence joins the podcast to introduce analyzing historic blood test results to identify those at risk of Fatty Liver disease. In this final conversation, panelists revisit themes of data aggregation, data transparency, patient feedback and more. Surf on to listen to their concluding remarks and learn about the future of the project.

S4-5.4 - Patient Data: Security Issues and Proactivity for Empowerment

S4-5.4 – Patient Data: Security Issues and Proactivity for Empowerment

Tim Jobson of Predictive Health Intelligence joins the podcast to introduce analyzing historic blood test results to identify those at risk of Fatty Liver disease. In this conversation, panelists focus on the dual issues of patient data security and proactivity for better health outcomes.

S4-5.3 - Predictive Health Intelligence: Exploring Areas of Application

S4-5.3 – Predictive Health Intelligence: Exploring Areas of Application

Tim Jobson of Predictive Health Intelligence joins the podcast to introduce analyzing historic blood test results to identify those at risk of Fatty Liver disease. In this conversation, panelists explore various areas of application where the Predictive Health tool may be of significant value.

S4-5.1 - Creating a "Combined Informatics and Clinical Program"

S4-5.1 – Creating a “Combined Informatics and Clinical Program”

Tim Jobson of Predictive Health Intelligence joins the podcast to introduce analyzing historic blood test results to identify those at risk of Fatty Liver disease. In this conversation, he shares insights from creating a “combined informatics and clinical program simultaneously.”

S4-5 - Predictive Health Intelligence: Using Historic Blood Test Results to Identify Risk of Fatty Liver

S4-5 – Predictive Health Intelligence: Using Historic Blood Test Results to Identify Risk of Fatty Liver

In this episode, Tim Jobson, founder of Predictive Health Intelligence, joins the co-hosts to discuss analyzing historic blood test results to identify those at risk of Fatty Liver disease. He shares insights from building a project which is a “combined informatics and clinical program simultaneously,” all while fielding questions from Jörn Schattenberg, Louise Campbell and Roger Green on a subject particularly pertinent to the podcast.

S4-4.4 - NASH-TAG 2023: Emerging Optimism from a Watershed Moment

S4-4.4 – NASH-TAG 2023: Emerging Optimism from a Watershed Moment

This week’s conversation series continues on the theme of reviewing NASH-TAG 2023, a watershed moment for Fatty Liver disease. For this wrap-up feature, Amy Articolo and Naim Alkhouri join Jörn Schattenberg and Roger Green to illustrate their enthusiasm coming out of the conference.

S4-4.3 - Surfing NASH Community Interview with Caitlin Schneider of Sonic Incytes

S4-4.3 – Surfing NASH Community Interview with Caitlin Schneider of Sonic Incytes

The podcast hosts three interviews with its longtime listeners from the Surfing NASH community to discuss their takeaways from NASH-TAG 2023 and the future of Fatty Liver. In this exclusive conversation, Caitlin Schneider (Sonic Incytes) joins Roger Green to explore questions around biopsy, patient centricity, NITs versus “tests” and combination therapy.

S4-4.2 - Surfing NASH Community Interview with Jerry Mabary of Chronwell

S4-4.2 – Surfing NASH Community Interview with Jerry Mabary of Chronwell

The podcast hosts three interviews with its longtime listeners from the Surfing NASH community to discuss their takeaways from NASH-TAG 2023 and the future of Fatty Liver. In this exclusive conversation, Jerry Mabary (Chronwell) joins Roger Green to explore questions around biopsy, patient centricity, the role of digital tools and combination therapy

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