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Our panel was moderated by KYWNewsradio's Brian McDonough, MD.Brian McDonough, MD has been called "Philadelphia's Family Physician" in large part due to his daily presence as Medical Editor on KYWNewsradio since 1988.
Dr. McDonough is Clinical Professor of Family Medicine and Community Health at Temple University School of Medicine as well as Chairman of The Department of Family Medicine at St. Francis Hospital.
He maintains an active practice and serves on the hospital's Board of Directors.
In addition to his role at KYWNewsradio, Brian is syndicated on more than one hundred radio stations throughout the United States including 1010WINS in New York City.
He has earned four Emmy Awards during a twenty year career at Fox television.
Recently, Dr. McDonough created and has hosted the program Primary Care Today for Iheart Radio.
This program is designed for a physician based listening audience.
Dr. McDonough is also seen as a national leader in the area of Clinical innovation and Technology and is sought out as a national speaker in areas related to the use of patient portals, social media and the use of electronic medical records to impact health care.
He has served as Chief Medical Information Officer for his organization.
Brian McDonough, MD has received numerous awards including: Family Physician of The Year, National Medical Broadcaster of The Year, The Sir William Osler Award for Bedside Teaching, and in November has been inducted into The Broadcast Pioneers Hall of Fame.
He is a Fellow of The American Academy of Family Physicians and The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and has earned both The Health IT Leadership Certificate and the degree of Certified Physician Executive from The American College of Physician Executives.
Close to 300 entrepreneurs, wireless mobility executives, technology and healthcare professionals gathered at the state-of-the-art Cira Center on March 15 for a panel presentation moderated by KYW Newsradio's Dr. Brian McDonough, M.D., FAAFP.
Marshall then turned the microphone over to the panel moderator, Dr. Brian McDonough
discussed how the panel would address the topic of wireless technology supporting medical service providers (physicians, hospitals, home healthcare companies, nursing homes, etc.) in their primary mission - delivering high quality personalized medical care.
also highlighted the concerns of the medical community in achieving "meaningful use" with mobile technology.
then turned the program over to introductions.
The diverse panel included:
The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia
Dr. Brian McDonough's Baby Photo
The Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia
This is the baby picture of Dr. Brian McDonough, a member of the Broadcast Pioneers of Philadelphia.
The LaSalle University and Temple University School of Medicine graduate began his broadcasting career within hours of graduating from medical school with health reports on WIP's old format called "infotainment.
In less than a year he
was being seen twice each week on the WHYY television newscast based in Wilmington, Delaware.
It was in January, 1988 when he
first report on KYW Newsradio
One year later he
joined a half hour newscast called "The Ten O'Clock News
" on Channel 29.
During this period, Dr. McDonough
was working hard in his
"day job" completing residency and fellowship training in Family Medicine at Saint Francis Hospital and Temple University
Today, Dr. Brian McDonough continues in his role as Medical Editor at KYW Newsradio and he has been providing the Philadelphia region with daily health tips for over a quarter of a century.
has been named The Jules Bergman Award Winner and National Medical Broadcaster of The Year and has earned The prestigious Walter Alvarez Award for Science Writing.
has been heard since 1996 on hundreds of radio stations throughout the country (including 1010 WINS in New York City) through his
syndication arrangement with Coast to Coast Radio Networks.
remained at Channel 29 for over two decades as it grew into a top Fox Network owned & operated station and earned four Emmy Awards during that time.
Dr. Brian McDonough
continues to practice medicine on a daily basis.
He is Clinical Professor of Family Medicine at Temple University School of Medicine and Chairman of The Family Medicine Department at St. Francis Hospital where he also serves as Chief Medical Information Officer (CMIO).
In addition, Dr. McDonough is a member of The Board of Directors of St. Francis.
Some of his
medical honors include DAFP Family Physician of The Year and The Sir William Osler Award for his
role in medical student and resident education.
has been given awards of recognition by The American Medical Association, The American Cancer Society, and The American Heart Association
He is a Fellow of The American Academy of Family Physicians, The College of Physicians of Philadelphia and an ACPE Certified Physician Executive.
He is on Advisory Committees for The Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, The American Academy of Family Physicians and The American Medical Association.
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