SBN’s Latest Live Virtual Roundtable Production for NJ Spotlight Focused on Medical Ethics During Pandemic

Screen capture from May 13, 2020 virtual roundtable on medical ethics during COVID-19, featuring panelists (clockwise from upper left): Moderator Lilo Stainton, health care reporter for NJ Spotlight; Hon. Paul W. Armstrong, J.S.C., M.A., J.D., LL.M.,(Ret), Senior Policy Fellow and Judge-in-Residence, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University; Nancy Berlinger, PhD, Research Scholar, The Hastings Center; Elizabeth Litten, Esq., Chief Privacy & HIPAA Compliance Officer, Fox Rothschild; and Dr. Adam Jarrett, MS, FACHE, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Holy Name Medical CenterScreen capture from May 13, 2020 virtual roundtable on medical ethics during COVID-19, featuring panelists (clockwise from upper left): Moderator Lilo Stainton, health care reporter for NJ Spotlight; Hon. Paul W. Armstrong, J.S.C., M.A., J.D., LL.M.,(Ret), Senior Policy Fellow and Judge-in-Residence, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University; Nancy Berlinger, PhD, Research Scholar, The Hastings Center; Elizabeth Litten, Esq., Chief Privacy & HIPAA Compliance Officer, Fox Rothschild; and Dr. Adam Jarrett, MS, FACHE, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Holy Name Medical Center

SBN continues to produce broadcast-quality live virtual roundtables for NJ Spotlight, the state’s leading news and public policy information resource. SBN uses its broadcast-switching capabilities to bring together remote video feeds from multiple speakers in multiple locations, combined with professional broadcast graphics to produce an eye-catching program that can be transmitted over video conference services like Zoom, Webex, Skype, or Microsoft Teams, or livestreamed over popular livestream platforms.

SBN News Director Steve Lubetkin in master control, producing a live-switched broadcast using vMix video software.

On May 13, 2020, NJ Spotlight hosted a virtual conversation focusing on Medical Ethics During COVID-19, with leading medical ethicists exploring how healthcare and state institutions can consider prioritizing care, staffing, and supply allocation.

The panelists were:

Hon. Paul W. Armstrong, J.S.C., M.A., J.D., LL.M.,(Ret), Senior Policy Fellow and Judge-in-Residence, Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University

Nancy Berlinger, PhD, Research Scholar, The Hastings Center

Dr. Adam Jarrett, MS, FACHE, Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer, Holy Name Medical Center

Elizabeth Litten, Esq., Chief Privacy & HIPAA Compliance Officer, Fox Rothschild, LLP

Moderator:

Lilo H. Stainton, NJ Spotlight Healthcare Reporter

You can watch the panel in this video player.

 

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Steve Lubetkin
Steve Lubetkin is the news director for StateBroadcastNews.com. Steve’s journalism background includes print and broadcast reporting for NJ news organizations. In May 2019, he began anchoring and reporting for the new weekly podcast, "The CRE News Hour," a news and features program focusing on the commercial real estate industry. From 2014 to 2019 he was New Jersey and Philadelphia editor for GlobeSt.com and filled in covering Chicago/Midwest and Atlanta. He has won numerous awards for his audio and video news reporting from the Garden State Journalists Association, and he has also been recognized for video by the New Jersey Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. He has produced audio podcasts on CRE topics for the NAR Commercial Division and the CCIM Institute. Steve has also served (from August 2017 to March 2018) as national broadcast news correspondent for CEOReport.com, a news website focused on practical advice for senior executives in small- and medium-sized companies. Steve also reports on-camera and covers conferences for NJSpotlight.com, a public policy news coverage website focused on New Jersey government and industry; and for clients of StateBroadcastNews.com, a division of The Lubetkin Media Companies LLC. Steve has been the computer columnist for the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey, since 1996. Steve is co-author, with Toronto-based podcasting pioneer Donna Papacosta, of the book, The Business of Podcasting: How to Take Your Podcasting Passion from the Personal to the Professional. You can email Steve at steve@statebroadcastnews.com.