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This podcast is for general informational and educational purposes only and is not to be considered as medical advice for any particular patient. Clinicians must rely on their own informed clinical judgment in making recommendations to their patients. ©2016 by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, all rights reserved.
 
Primary Care Today features conversations with clinical experts representing a wide range of medical specialties to highlight the latest trends in primary care practice, from clinical pearls to updated guidelines, health informatics, and practice management. This series is hosted by Dr. Brian McDonough, a nationally recognized clinical expert, teacher, and public speaker in primary care.
 
Urgent Care Basics aims to give the urgent care provider the most up to date medical knowledge packaged as a podcast. Weekly podcasts addressing topics focused on urgent care. Primary care topics will also be discussed as seen through the lens of an urgent care provider. Educational, entertaining, and easy to access!
 
The DocPreneur Leadership Podcast #docpreneurnation has become a trusted voice of healthcare insight, news, Physician education and economic analysis about a wide variety of topics in healthcare. Those topics include but are not limited to: Precision Medicine; Concierge Medicine; Whole Genome Sequencing; Pharacogenomics; Membership Medicine; Direct Primary Care; Legal, Accounting and Physician Succession Planning; Practice Management and Growth and more.
 
Pediatric Physical Therapy is the first and only peer-reviewed journal devoted to this discipline. The Journal provides a forum for scientific and professional exchange among researchers and practitioners throughout the world that represent subspecialties of the discipline, including early intervention, neonatology, pediatric sports and fitness, school physical therapy, acute care for seriously ill children, and the prevention of primary and secondary conditions that lead to disabling condit ...
 
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In this episode, Ron chats with Zach Zeller, Co-Founder and President of ScriptCo Pharmacy. Here, Zach does a deep dive into the value proposition his company offers to both patients and employers. He shares how people can go on the ScriptCo website and calculate their potential cost savings by utilizing their program. He also discusses some of the…
 
At what age should pediatricians worry if a patient hasn’t had their first period? How can they help patients manage chronic period pain? What is “period poverty” and how can doctors help? Shelby Davies, MD, a fellow in the Division of Adolescent Medicine, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discusses a variety of period-related topics, including:…
 
Lisa and Sara talk to Occupational Therapist and Advanced Clinical Practitioner Payal Wilson about the role of occupational therapists in primary care. She talks about how to become an occupational therapist, the training involved, and how occupational therapists might work in primary care (their remit and the roles they could take on). She also di…
 
4 Free and Easy Ways to Connect With Patients, Get More New Patient Referrals and Start "compounding" the "soft skills" you do so well every day in your medical practice. RESOURCES MENTIONED www.ForDoctorsForum.org www.DocPreneurPress.org www.ConciergeMedicineToday.org https://americanjournalofretailmedicine.com/ www.DirectPrimaryCare.com…
 
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-in-Chief We know that your time is valuable. But, do your friends and family? Setting appropriate and healthy boundaries with family and friends is tough. You're not a bad person for saying 'No' when someone in your friend group(s) or family asks for free medical advice. You do yourself and the people you serve who do p…
 
By Michael Tetreault, Editor-In-Chief ATLANTA, GA USA – I’ve said a lot of things to Doctors in the past. One phrase I’m often caught saying in recent interviews with Physician’s is echoing these 12 words given to me by my mentor Jeff H., who I applied his phrasing for application in healthcare which essentially says … “A Patient who feels apprecia…
 
In this episode, Ron welcomes back Dr. Dave Berg, Chairman of the Board & Co-Founder of Redirect Health. Here, Dave discusses the changes in the healthcare landscape since his last time on the show, specifically with how COVID-19 forced American healthcare to evolve. He also discusses how his organization has continued to grow and provide the best …
 
Adam Helewka, Brayden Low & Jordan Helewka chat with AHL/ECHL veteran Kevin Tansey. The Hammond, Ontario native highlights his years in the AHL, ECHL and across the pond in Europe. Tans also touches on his current venture, bringing alternative sources of pain relief to the locker room with ImpActive CBD, Enjoy!…
 
Among patients receiving initial treatment for symptomatic paroxysmal afib, there were lower rates of recurrence of afib with ablation compared to antiarrhythmic drug therapy. The rate of recurrence was very low in both groups. Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
Among patients receiving initial treatment for symptomatic paroxysmal afib, there were lower rates of recurrence of afib with ablation compared to antiarrhythmic drug therapy. The rate of recurrence was very low in both groups. Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
USPSTF recommends annual lung cancer screening with low-dose CT in adults aged 50-80 who have 20 pack-year smoking history and currently smoke or quit within the past 15 years. Screening should be discontinued once a person has not smoked for 15 years. Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
Have you ever been in a situation when a patient requests something that’s inappropriate or tries to dictate their care? Do you know the best way to respond? Drs. Michael Baca-Atlas and Matt Zeitler discuss the evidence-based way to respond to these situations. Matthew Zeitler, MD • Michael Baca-Atlas, MD…
 
USPSTF recommends annual lung cancer screening with low-dose CT in adults aged 50-80 who have 20 pack-year smoking history and currently smoke or quit within the past 15 years. Screening should be discontinued once a person has not smoked for 15 years. Steve Biederman, MD • Tom Robertson, MD
 
When a listener asked us to devote a conversation to thoracic outlet syndrome, Neda knew she had to tackle it - she’s had several patients with this disorder herself. Here, Neda and Aisha dive into the nuances of how to approach and treat both neurogenic and vascular TOS. Aisha Lofters, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
Have you ever been in a situation when a patient requests something that’s inappropriate or tries to dictate their care? Do you know the best way to respond? Drs. Michael Baca-Atlas and Matt Zeitler discuss the evidence-based way to respond to these situations. Matthew Zeitler, MD • Michael Baca-Atlas, MD…
 
When a listener asked us to devote a conversation to thoracic outlet syndrome, Neda knew she had to tackle it - she’s had several patients with this disorder herself. Here, Neda and Aisha dive into the nuances of how to approach and treat both neurogenic and vascular TOS. Aisha Lofters, MD • Neda Frayha, MD…
 
What is a medical home and how can it help us succeed in keeping patients current on their screenings and chronic disease management? Dr. Holly Tse gives Neda super practical tips on how we can rock our health maintenance core measures in this two-part series. Holly Tse, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
What is a medical home and how can it help us succeed in keeping patients current on their screenings and chronic disease management? Dr. Holly Tse gives Neda super practical tips on how we can rock our health maintenance core measures in this two-part series. Holly Tse, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
What is a medical home and how can it help us succeed in keeping patients current on their screenings and chronic disease management? Dr. Holly Tse gives Neda super practical tips on how we can rock our health maintenance core measures in this two-part series. Holly Tse, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
What is a medical home and how can it help us succeed in keeping patients current on their screenings and chronic disease management? Dr. Holly Tse gives Neda super practical tips on how we can rock our health maintenance core measures in this two-part series. Holly Tse, MD • Neda Frayha, MD
 
In this episode Dave Chase, Co-Founder and CEO of Health Rosetta comes back on the show. Here Dave discusses the story of Forgotten Frank, the hypothetical middle America hardworking guy that has not seen a wage gain in over 20 years. Not because the employer isn’t spending a bunch more money on Frank, but because all of those dollars have been sto…
 
Lisa and Sara talk to Geriatrician Dr Emma Vardy & GP Dr Helen Martin all about Delirium. If we pick delirium up early and treat the right cause it can make a world of difference to patients and families. They share some great tips on how to diagnose and remember the list of causes. We also discuss the Greater Manchester delirium toolkit which was …
 
Colleen Lukens, PhD, psychologist, and Sherri Cohen, MD, MPH, medical director, the Pediatric Feeding and Swallowing Center, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, discuss how their multidisciplinary clinic would manage this case, and review: some underlying causes for feeding disorders; common reasons for referral to the center; when an additional r…
 
In this episode Ron chats with Dan Thompson, CEO of Clinical Wellness Network & Thompson Risk. Here they discuss the work Thompson Risk is doing developing direct contracting solutions for employers. He also does a deep dive into the benefits employers see, such as cost saving, when it comes to direct contracting. Dan also shares information on the…
 
In this episode, Ron welcomes Clinton Phillips back on the show. Clinton is the Founder & CEO of Medici and Founder of 2nd.MD. Here he discusses how the healthcare landscape has changed during the pandemic and how his organization was uniquely situated to grow and meet the needs of patients by providing cutting edge virtual care. Clinton also talks…
 
This week, Kate, Mark, John and Henry discuss a proven strategy to decrease antibiotic prescribing, learn about updated USPSTF recommendations for blood pressure screening, whether vitamin D and fish oil for prevent A fib, and the value of oral steroids for wheezy preschoolers age 2 to 5.
 
By Michael Tetreault, Editor/Host/Author/Communicator Did you know there are about as many nurses in the U.S. as there are people in Los Angeles? According to the American Association of Colleges of Nursing, there are more than 3.8 million nurses in the U.S. and rising. Roughly three quarters are registered nurses (RNs), and the remaining quarter a…
 
In this episode Lisa and Sara discuss the topic of Primary Care Networks with Vicky Tolliday (Nurse, Director of the social enterprise “Better Health Manchester”, and Clinical Director of a Primary Care Network), and Dr Girish Patel (GP and Clinical Director of a Primary Care Network). They explain some of the basics about Primary Care Networks; wh…
 
Approximately 15% of school-age children and adolescents in the U.S. are thought to have an emotional or behavioral disorder, and nearly two-thirds receive no formal mental health care. Pediatricians are increasingly being called on to screen for and treat mental health problems. Billie Samantha Schwartz, PhD, a Psychologist in the Department of Ch…
 
In this episode Ron chats about his experiences with direct contracting and his insights into how it is a better way to do healthcare in America. He discusses how direct contracting is better for the doctors, consumer, payer and how it lowers costs for all along with is better for population health. The outcomes from those with direct care are unde…
 
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