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Ryan Stanton, MD, the creator of Everyday Medicine for Physicians, reviews the emergency medicine literature to report findings to make your practice easier. Each short podcast highlights the essentials you need to know. Dr. Stanton is the medical director of emergency medicine at UK Good Samaritan Hospital, an EP at UK Chandler Medical Center, and an assistant professor of emergency medicine at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. He is also the “Doc On-Call” for WTVQ TV, the president- ...
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In this episode, we have a special author series edition with emergency physician and medical director of the NFLPA, Dr. Thom Mayer, and his new book, "Leadership Is Worthless...But Leading Is Priceless: What I Learned from 9/11, the NFL, and Ukraine".https://thommayermd.com/booksBy Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
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In this episode, we join Dr. Emily Dawson, helping us tackle some of the ductal dependent pathologies we may see in emergency medicine. This episode was recorded live at ICEP24 in Chicago.Presentation content...https://www.icep.org/wp-content/uploads/2024/04/09-Peds-Cardiology-Dawson.pdfBy Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
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In this special episode of the podcast, we talk with the Chief Medical Officer for the National Disaster Medical System and Deputy Director of the National Center for Disaster Medicine and Public Health, Dr. Michael Zanker. I am joined by Dr. Luke Wohlford and Sriram Venkatesan. We talk about Dr. Zanker's role in the disaster environment as a pract…
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In this episode, we feature a talk from #VACEP24 in which Dr. Jason Adler presents an update on the 2023 documentation guideline updates and dives into some tips for proper documentation, billing, and opportunities to collect for the work that is done in EM.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
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Back by popular demand and request, we visit once again with Dr. Leon Adelman with more information and an update on the consideration of unionization in emergency medicine. We chat about some of the movements since our last discussion and hit on some of the nuance that is much more complicated than a simple "go, no-go" decision.…
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In this episode, we talk about the evolution of head injuries, including evaluation, management, and clinical support tools through the ACEP Point of Care tools.This episode supported by Abbott Point of Care https://poctools.acep.org/POCTool/e612956d-c673-46eb-a1fb-f9fa831e67d2By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
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We have a special episode in collaboration with the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology discussing the management of OB emergencies in the ED. We are joined by Dr. Jenna White.Visit acog.org/obemergencies for the ED algorithms and data sources discussed during this podcast.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
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With it cold and snowy/icy in much of the country, we take the "way back machine", this time, all of 7 months and revisit the Emerald Coast Conference in Sandestin, FL as we join Dr. Rami Khoury who discusses ED operations and tips to efficiency that can help the physicians, staff, and patients.By Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
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In this episode, we talk quality with Dr. Arjun Venkatesh. Specifically, we talk about the E-Qual program and how it plays an integral role with the return of MIPS and the development of patient and physician oriented metrics.To learn more about E-QUAL: https://www.acep.org/administration/quality/equal/emergency-quality-network-e-qual/To check out …
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We release this one a little early because Christmas is on our typical release day, so enjoy the last release of 2023!!! We thank all of you for the support and interest. This year, we wrapped with over 600k downloads of The Frontline.In this episode, we dig into one of the hottest topics of 2023 with physician desires to regain control in the comp…
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In this episode, we visit with Drs. Stark, Cozzi, and Pasichow after the release of "Practice Essentials" at ACEP23 in Philly. We talk about the uptake, popular items, and future growth. This program is a joint venture with EMRA and ACEP. https://www.acep.org/education/practice-essentialsBy Ryan A. Stanton MD, FACEP
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In this episode, we turn to one of the business experts of EM, Dr. Leon Adelman as we dive into the recent bankruptcies of APP and Envision as well as recent changes within Sound. We also look at the ownership structure of USACS and look at some of the thoughts on future evolution as the business of EM continues to evolve.…
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We are now pulling in the most attended and popular sessions from ACEP23 and chatting about their topics here on "The Frontline". This episode is on some of the "can't miss" and/or common presentations rashes in our pediatric patients. I am joined by Dr. Emily Rose on the audio interview of a very visual topic...and the realities of recording from …
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In this episode, we chat with headache and migraine specialist, Dr. Merle Diamond about the management of migraines in the emergency department. A great deal has changed over the past two decades and now we have tools that are more effective and safer than what we used in the past. DiamondHeadache.comSupported by Eli Lilly and Company…
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In this episode, we talk about a new partnership with the American College of Emergency Physicians and the CDC to publish and make data available to emergency physicians and others regarding syndromic trends across the country. This allows docs to know "what's going around" and to hopefully improved efficiency, decrease testing, and increase prepar…
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We are right up on ACEP23 in Philly and there is still time to register. In this episode, we sneak peak with the closing session keynote, Dr. Lawton Burns. We talk about the corporate practice of medicine from the american business research point of view. Great insights in the tides of corporations and investment in medicine.Dr. Lawton Burns - Burn…
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In this episode, we discuss EM based vaccination programs and the role of emergency medicine for public health. EM is often the only access point for some of the most vulnerable and we discuss programs that can prevent disease and protect lives. This episode was supported by a grant from the Center for Disease Control.…
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Another episode featuring Dr. Ben Schoener from the Michigan Emergency Medicine Assembly from MCEP. We talk about hand injuries and presentations in the emergency department with management pearls and pitfalls. Registration for ACEP23 in Philly is OPEN...register with the promo code FRONTLINE and get $50 off plus all 4 day registrants get Virtual A…
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