Dr. Patricia Salber - Innovations in Helathcare

Patricia Salber MD, MBA is a physician executive and serial entrepreneur. Her company, The Doctor Weighs In, is a multimedia company with the mission of helping healthcare innovators tell their stories to the world. She uses video, radio, social media, and her very popular blog, The Doctor Weighs In, to reach a global audience of hundreds of thousands of people with her stories.

In the past, Dr. Salber has worked in almost every aspect of healthcare starting as a double-boarded Emergency Physician at Kaiser Permanente, years as a Physician Executive for Kaiser's corporate headquarters, and various leadership roles with employers, such as GM, and health plans, such as Blue Shield of California.

She serves as an advisor to a number of early stage companies and not-for-profit organizations.  She was the founder and served as President of Physicians for a Violence-free Society for more than a decade. Her book, The Physicians Guide to Intimate Partner Violence and Abuse was the first book for physicians on the topic.

She has published widely in both peer-reviewed journals, trade press, and popular press. She has appeared on CNN, NewsMax, Huffington Post, and Fox Business News and participated in numerous radio shows as an expert healthcare commentator. She has a regular health policy podcast sponsored by the American Journal of Managed Care as well as The Doctor Weighs In Podcast on the Blog Talk Radio Platform.  She is a co-author together with Richard Krohn and David Metcalf of her latest book, Connected Health: Improving Care, Safety, and Efficiency with Wearables and IOT Solution.

For fun, she likes to hike and travel the world with her family. Her most recent trip was to the Peruvian Amazon to birdwatch and swim with pink dolphins.

Tags: aging | longevity | meditation | lifestyle

Tips to Live to 120

Dr. Patricia Salber By Friday, 02 February 2018 04:04 PM EST Current | Bio | Archive

Ilchi Lee, a philosopher and educator and author of “I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years”, says, “Old age is the future that awaits everyone, and how you live now will have a tremendous effect on your final decades of life.”

Simple changes in lifestyle and outlook will add up and help build physical power, heart power, and brain power so that you can stay healthy and continue to do the things we want well into advanced age.

Here are eight changes that Lee suggests making so that you can live a long, productive and healthy life

1. Move. Staying physically active is essential for developing physical power, but many people think they don’t have time for it. He suggests doing a high-intensity exercise, such as push-ups or jumping jacks, for just one minute every hour. If that’s too hard, try a gentler exercise such as stretching or breathing.

2. Dream. Dreams and goals stimulate your mind and motivate you to take care of yourself, grow, and change. If you focus on goals that you cherish, you will find yourself starting each day excited and eager to see what lies ahead.

3. Relish aging. Rather than living in dread of wrinkles, stooped posture, or forgetfulness, celebrate all the wisdom and experience you have accumulated and now can share with others. Lee says, “You can live with hope and dignity at every age.”

4. Help others. Contributing to others helps build social connections that are key to healthy aging. Find causes you believe in and then participate fully. The joy you get from giving back might surprise you.

5. Be outside. Lee advises, “nature rejuvenates body and soul. Greet nature like a friend, and it will heal the wounds you’ve suffered and open your closed heart.”

6. Meditate. Meditation promotes calmness and has been shown to increase serotonin, a hormone associated with happiness and contentment.

7. Challenge your brain. Make new neural connections by challenging your brain. Learn a foreign language, take up an instrument, or learn to code. Lee notes that “Even brushing your teeth with your non-dominant hand each night helps your brain grow in wonderful ways.”

8. Contemplate. Take the time to ask yourself, “Who am I? What do I want?” Ask until answers come to you, and then trust those answers. They will guide your decisions and actions for a life of fulfillment and inner peace.

You can read more about Ilchi Lee’s life-changing approach to aging by reading his article on The Doctor Weighs In.

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Simple changes in lifestyle and outlook will add up and help build physical power, heart power, and brain power so that you can stay healthy and continue to do the things we want well into advanced age.
aging, longevity, meditation, lifestyle
Friday, 02 February 2018 04:04 PM
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