Hi, I’m Sylvia.
ReEnvision Health is my podcast where we explore the space where our health, technology, and information merge.
Why? Because our health world is being revolutionized. And lots of industries are hyper-engaged in transforming health access, options and usage. Yet, We are the ones impacted, both in good ways and not so good ways….
Let’s make sure we’re getting the best options for ourselves and those we love.
Explore the Episodes
Season 1, Episode 9
In this podcast we speak with Dr. Maegan Pisman who specializes in providing comprehensive- and focused-treatment applied behavioral analysis (ABA) services using a tele-health model for individuals with learning deficits or behavioral challenges. Demand for ABA therapy services has accelerated rapidly since the early 1990s with much of the increase coming within the realm of interventions for individuals diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Families of people with Autism have played a major role in advocating for public policies and insurance coverage. There still remains some confusion, misunderstanding, and misrepresentation regarding these services, its applications, and qualifications for practicing ABA professionally.
Dr. Pisman who has over 11 years of education, training and research experience in this area. Her range of study includes work and research in areas including assessment and treatment of severe challenging behaviors, ASD and other disabilities, as well as pediatric feeding disorders.
In this episode, we discuss:
- Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA) therapy and its growth within the health field.
- Why and how tele-health has improved access and outcomes for this therapy.
- What a tele-health visit “looks” like for her clients.
- The benefits of engaging with tele-health technology to improve benefits in urban and rural areas.
- Dr. Pisman’s suggestions on how we can begin opening up to alternative access models for our own health.
Dr. Maegan Pisman, founder of Imbueity, providing applied behavior analytic (ABA) services for individuals, families, students, and organizations.
Season 1, Episode 8
This is our first ‘Real People, Real Experience’ interview where we engage with people, like us, who have a health story and success to share. In this podcast we talk to Chef Tank Sanatra. Chef Sanatra’s health issues date back to the age of 11. He shares with us his thoughts, his trials, and how he’s discovered the best solutions for his health. We get into the details so be sure to listen and be inspired.
We’ll talk to Tank Sanatra about:
- How he has learned to take charge of his own health over the past 20 years;
- His life and health beginning at age 11 and how he went from being Tank to Chef Sanatra
- His thoughts and suggestions on how to interact with our medical community;
- How Chef Sanatra has adopted a new lifestyle and food habit that some of us may find to be impossible to adopt – yet Tank finds it rewarding.
Chef Tank Sanatra, experienced health challenges at a young age and has been inspired to explore and adopt ways to better health. You can find Chef Sanatra on Instragram @ChefSanatra
We’ll be exploring what’s going on in the health world while figuring out:
- How we insert ourselves into this dynamic, changing, and somewhat unpredictable health world?
- Why we should be thinking about or re-envisioning our health or health issues?
- What’s out there and what can we tap into?
- How do we get over, through, and around the obstacles?
Twice each month we’ll be talking to:
- Technology and business leaders that are transforming health.
- Those bringing information and alternatives that are real and accessible.
- People who have actually engaged and made this new health world work for them.