In this twelfth episode, Jeff Kaditz, Founder/CEO of Q Bio begins with coronavirus chat. He goes on to explain that most medical knowledge today is probably incorrect or heavily biased. That there’s almost nothing a doctor does that couldn’t have been done 200 years ago in terms of the information. He presents his vision to run ‘search engines for the body’ and turn healthcare into hard science.
Lee: Hello and welcome to the Quantified Health, Wellness and Aging Podcast. Today we have our twelfth guest Jeff Kaditz, the CEO of Q Bio. Welcome, Jeff. Jeff: Hi, Lee. How are you doing? Lee: Well, do you have 20 minutes? This is meant to be a one in a 100 year event taking place at the moment. I don’t... Read MoreQ Bio’s Jeff Kaditz on ‘body search engines’, turning health into a hard science, plus coronavirus chat
In this ninth episode, Travis Christofferson provides an overview of his new future of medicine book “Curable: How an Unlikely Group of Radical Innovators is Trying to Transform our Health Care System”. He covers the great inefficiencies of healthcare and harm it’s doing to swaths of the patient population. He explains it’s too qualitative than quantitative, that incentives are misaligned. He offers hope by urging a shift to being data-driven.
Lee: Hi Travis, welcome to the Hyper Wellbeing podcast. Travis: Hi Lee, thanks for having me. Lee: Appreciated. If we jump in straight away with the introduction of your book, you mentioned Michael Lewis’s Moneyball book, it’s a book about baseball and you make a number of references to it throughout your book. Could you introduce Moneyball and say why... Read MoreTravis Christofferson on His New Future of Medicine Book “Curable”
In this sixth episode, Tommy Wood, CSO Nourish Balance Thrive, explains that the majority of modern disease is caused by our environment and as such, under our control. He shares his experience that A.I. coupled with ordinary blood tests, can inform us of changes we can make to protect/optimize our health, or when sick, lower the cost by predicting which further tests to conduct.
Lee: Hello, and welcome to the Hyper Wellbeing podcast, Tommy. Tommy: Oh, thanks for having me. Lee: Tommy, let’s just jump in here. You still look young, you’ve got a fantastic resume, or as the British would say, I think, curriculum vitae. Where is the motivation coming from? What’s your driving force? What’s the mission you’re on? Tommy: I guess... Read MoreNBT’s Tommy Wood on engineering sustained health using A.I. & standard blood chemistry (transcript)
In this fifth episode, Don Brown, CEO LifeOmic, explains the nomenclature shift from precision medicine to precision health, details the firm footing his company has in precision health, how it’s now extending another foot forwards into hyper wellbeing. Lots of app, lifestyle medicine, lifespan, healthspan and biological age quantification chat.
Lee: Hi, so you’re CEO of LifeOmic, a company which I have been tracking for some time. Could you be so kind as to introduce, to give a brief introduction to LifeOmic? Don: Yeah, I started LifeOmic almost two or so years ago. I went through a combined degree in the PhD program many years ago and ended up taking... Read MoreLifeOmic’ Don Brown on precision medicine vs precision health vs hyper wellbeing (transcript)
In this third episode, Ivor Cummins, Chief Program Manager of IHDA, shares why as a top class engineer he found himself decoding the causes of human chronic disease and obesity. He relates why healthcare is putting our health and lives at risk. He imparts what we can do to better predict and prevent modern disease.
Lee: Hello and welcome to the third episode of the Hyper Wellbeing podcast. On today’s show we have Ivor Cummins. Ivor is a top class engineer with over 25 years’ experience. His specialty is leading teams in complex problem-solving efforts. Over the past six years, Ivor has applied his technical expertise to decoding the causes of human chronic disease and... Read MoreIHDA’ Ivor Cummins – an engineer’s guide to staying alive for longer & preventing disease (transcript)