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AudioAbstracts by ReachMD provides an easy-to-digest distillation of important medical literature in combination with digital linkage to in-depth information supporting the audio synopsis. AudioAbstracts harnesses the ReachMD digital network to broadcast the spoken synopsis and related digital links through its on-air, online, onsite, and mobile distribution network. Combining quick-read audio synopses with links to source material, AudioAbstracts is the smarter, faster way to stay current o ...
 
The American College of Chest Physicians (CHEST) is a multi-specialty medical society specializing in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. CHEST’s mission is to promote the prevention and treatment of diseases of the chest through leadership, education, research, and communication. CHEST embraces team-based care, and our education programs and resources are designed to serve interdisciplinary members of the health care team. The CHEST Annual Meeting was hosted in New Orleans, Louisi ...
 
Join our hosts as they explore various genres in medical literature either for intellectual sustenance or for joy and entertainment. The ReachMD Book Club Series will introduce authors and topics to enliven and transform your reading experience. This series features a diverse array of medically-centered genres such as biographies and autobiographies, historicals, and contemporary fiction/non-fiction.
 
How do you know which vascular access device is right for your patients? Or when to consult with other healthcare professionals on the team? These are just some of the questions vascular access teams face daily when caring for their patients, and they’re not easy ones to answer. To help these teams optimize their approach in critical care settings, Vascular Viewpoints reviews the latest guidelines, patient-centered care decisions, interdisciplinary communication strategies, and more. Content ...
 
Welcome to the Women’s Health Update series, the latest edition of ReachMD’s Advances in Women’s Health. This series offers insight to improve gynecological care for women. Experts share evidence-based opinions on a variety of topics affecting your patients including: cervical cancer screening, abnormal uterine bleeding, management of preterm birth, and sexually transmitted infections.
 
Showcasing major breakthroughs in the field, Project Oncology® educates and assists the heroes who dedicate their lives to pioneering new advancements in the war against cancer. Hear from leading oncologists as they discuss essential screening and diagnostic tools, emerging therapies, counseling strategies, and more.
 
Revealing Retina highlights the latest treatment advances and clinical research in retinal medicine from thought leaders in the field. This series features discussions about best practices in patient retinal care and the most recent developments in combating retinal diseases. Presented by
 
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.
 
As the prevalence of type 2 diabetes continues to rise, staying up to date on the latest advances in diabetic management and treatment is more essential than ever. With Diabetes Discourse, you’ll hear expert commentary on the latest therapeutic developments, self-monitoring advancements, and other evolving opportunities enhancing diabetic care. Because when it comes to managing type 2 diabetes, glucose control is just the beginning.
 
Nearly half of the U.S. adult population has hypertension, which is why the American Heart Association and American Medical Association came together to help reduce the rates of uncontrolled blood pressure nationwide. Target: BP™, a comprehensive practice initiative, was created to reduce the number of Americans who have heart attacks and strokes by urging medical practices, health service organizations, and patients to prioritize blood pressure control.In collaboration with
 
Advances in Transplantation covers a variety of current issues and practices in transplant medicine, from referrals and indications, to avoiding complications and optimizing patient care. Because transplantation involves a team of medical professionals, this series facilitates an interdisciplinary conversation on the topics of different organ systems, organ donation policy and ethical considerations. It also uncovers the latest developments in transplantation with research pioneers. Dr. Aaro ...
 
Since heart disease is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., cardiologists are continuously working to better understand and fight this common disease. Heart Matters dives into those findings and reviews everything you need to know about promising new technologies and key research efforts in heart disease.
 
Advances in Women’s Health addresses advances, breakthroughs and treatments for conditions related to women’s health, as well as preventive measures physicians can advise their patients to pursue. Topics will include breast health as it relates to cancer, ethnicity, fertility and pregnancy; osteoporosis; female athletes’ health and emotional issues; pregnancy and all facets related to it; aging; nutrition and health; eating disorders; alternative medicine; and sex education.
 
This series gives healthcare professionals an opportunity to hear thought leaders in continuing medical education discuss issues related to methodology, effectiveness, funding, measurement, future technologies, and other aspects of CME that make the field so vibrant. The discussion will remind healthcare professionals how important and powerfully how they learn is related to what they learn, and motivate them to continue their lifelong learning and provide strategies for putting what they le ...
 
When tested by major catastrophes, the medical community has responded. We banded together to provide emergency medical care and ongoing relief after the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina, while the September 11thattacks brought out the best in medical response teams and care providers. Yet every emergency presents unique challenges and learning opportunities. ReachMD scrutinizes our disaster medicine plans, preparedness protocols, and emergency response capabilities. How are we prep ...
 
Between 50 and 60 percent of patients diagnosed with colorectal cancer will develop metastases during the course of their disease, spreading to the lungs, liver, or other secondary location. To help physicians tackle this very real threat facing their patients, Conversations on Colorectal Cancer focuses on the current guidelines and therapeutic landscape for metastatic colorectal cancer (mCRC). This non-certified educational series is sponsored by Lilly. Content for this series is produced a ...
 
ReachMD takes an in-depth look at diabetes, a disease identified in nearly 1 in 10 Americans, which upsets the lives of millions more. Even more disturbing, the rates of new cases of diagnosed diabetes have risen almost twofold during the past decade. Nutrition, exercise and genetics are all factors in how the disease affects children, adults and the elderly, but that's only the beginning. How are surgical options changing the way we think about the disease? How close are we to a cure for Ty ...
 
Talking to a patient about sexual health can be as uncomfortable for the medical professional as it may be for the patient. This groundbreaking series is dedicated to helping healthcare professionals address the needs of the estimated 30-45 percent of patients who may be suffering from issues related to this under-discussed but critical aspect of patient care. SexMed presents the latest advances and current perspectives in this field, reminding us all that sexual health is integral to genera ...
 
Changes to the Medicare payment system are on the horizon, and physicians around the country are wondering how the new Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) will impact their practices. This series from the American Medical Association provides an inside look at what’s to come and what physicians can do now to prepare for the transition to MACRA. Hear from industry experts and physician leaders about their experiences with new payment models, quality reporting and more. Sponso ...
 
Medicine is both art and science. It wrestles with details and broad concepts. Mistakes are both bad and good. It is the height of technology, and the one-on one conversation. It is mundane and it is dramatic. Part profession. Part trade. What can we learn from our history that will give us insight into the sources the courage to move forward?Inspired to Act is a series of personal conversations with some of the most compelling figures in modern medicine — designed to inform, educate and ins ...
 
As research in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) advances, the landscape is rapidly evolving; requiring reinforcement of the most important and clinically relevant data. This educational series will provide the latest information on research, treatments, and management of IBD with a focus on the most pressing and relevant topics identified by the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation's National Scientific Advisory Committee on Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. With 1.6 million Americans living ...
 
Second only to your patients, your career in healthcare is of utmost importance to all healthcare professionals. Your Career in Healthcare is a series of informative programs that will help you make the most of your career from a business and employment perspective. The series will provide you with the information and perspective you need to make the most of your career and practice choices.
 
Two of the most undervalued words in healthcare are locum tenens, which simply means “to take the place of someone temporarily.” In other words, it refers to physicians who fill in for other doctors for one reason or another. To highlight these physicians’ inspiring journeys, Spotlight on Locum Tenens shares the ups, downs, and all-around adventures of being a locum tenens. From beginning a career on this unorthodox path to traveling overseas after retirement, these physicians have done it a ...
 
As the second most common cancer among American women, breast cancer takes a heavy toll on our patients and our healthcare system as a whole. And since research efforts are constantly devoted to finding innovative diagnostic and treatment strategies, this Breaking Boundaries in Breast Cancer features the latest updates gathered from conferences held around the world and from top experts in the field.
 
Today's athletes are able to become stronger and faster than ever before, and people are staying active and exercising until later in life. The latest strides in sports medicine are helping people stay healthy, active and strong. Experts in the field of sports medicine discuss the latest advances in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of sports and exercise-related injuries. Tune in to find out what you need to know to help your patients stay active.
 
Not only is lung cancer the leading cause of cancer deaths among females and males, but it’s also the most common type of cancer. Despite its high prevalence and mortality rates, communicative care between non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients and their providers is still unfortunately lacking. In an effort to both address and resolve this disparity, Closing the Gaps in NSCLC will focus on the latest guidelines and the current therapeutic landscape within NSCLC. This non-certified educ ...
 
Affecting less than 200,000 people in the US each year, sickle cell disease (SCD) remains a rare but painful and often misunderstood illness. Patients suffering from SCD often fly under the radar for critical early-stage diagnosis, which can lead to future complications and poor outcomes. This series seeks to bridge the gap in SCD education for healthcare providers on the frontlines of emergency medicine to improve patient care. Hear from experts in the field as they discuss common misconcep ...
 
Hosted by renowned dietitian Kathy King, NutritionEdge explores the latest scientific updates, sociopolitical initiatives, and controversial practice trends in nutrition and dietetics. Combining insights from Kathy King with perspectives from key experts in the field, NutritionEdge tackles important nutrition topics from a variety of standpoints such as medical genetics, chronic disease prevention, integrative medicine, psychology, and agricultural science. Ms. King, Founder and President of ...
 
This unique series features the latest developments in medicine, science, and technology produced in conjunction with our sponsors, who are dedicated to bringing healthcare providers lively discussions with experts from around the country. Tune in each week to hear the latest podcasts from ReachMD's "Spotlight On" series.
 
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Host: Rishi P. Singh, MD Guest: Sophie J. Bakri, MD Guest: Dilsher S. Dhoot, MD Guest: David Eichenbaum, MD The purpose of the virtual roundtable is to provide comprehensive education on the management of patients with neovascular AMD who experience delays in treatment as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This will be achieved through in-depth exa…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Sandeep Nathan, MD Tune in as Dr Sandeep Nathan discusses treatment guidelines for thrombotic risk reduction in patients with chronic CAD/PAD and shares data on these patients from the REACH Registry. Dr Nathan will also explain a different treatment paradigm, dual pathway inhibition, using XARELTO® 2.5 mg twice dai…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Lisa A. Coco, CRNP Guest: Deborah Hinnen, NP Guest: Davida F. Kruger, CNP When a patient with diabetes has cardiovascular disease, they’re at greater risk for morbidity and mortality. That’s why the American Diabetes Association’s 2020 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes aim to address this and other health risks,…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Gary Cohen, MD What’s the difference between a generic drug and biosimilar? How does the FDA define biosimilarity? And how are biosimilars developed? Get answers to these and other questions with Dr. Gary Cohen, Associate Professor of Oncology at John’s Hopkins School of Medicine and Emeritus Director of the Sandra an…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Gary Cohen, MD What’s the difference between a generic drug and biosimilar? How does the FDA define biosimilarity? And how are biosimilars developed? Get answers to these and other questions with Dr. Gary Cohen, Associate Professor of Oncology at John’s Hopkins School of Medicine and Emeritus Director of the Sandra an…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Gary Cohen, MD Biosimilars undergo a rigorous evaluation process to ensure high quality and no clinically meaningful difference between biosimilars and the reference product. To learn more about how biosimilar clinical trials are designed to confirm biosimilarity, tune in to the second episode of this two-part series …
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Gary Cohen, MD Biosimilars undergo a rigorous evaluation process to ensure high quality and no clinically meaningful difference between biosimilars and the reference product. To learn more about how biosimilar clinical trials are designed to confirm biosimilarity, tune in to the second episode of this two-part series …
 
Host: William Mencia, MD, FACEHP, CHCP Guest: Gregory S. Sawicki, MD, MPH Better nutritional status is strongly associated with better pulmonary function and survival in patients with cystic fibrosis. However, there are still high rates of nonadherence with nutritional recommendations. Dr. Gregory Sawicki talks about how shared decision-making and …
 
Host: Anita L. Nelson, MD Guest: David J. Portman, MD Approximately 70% of all reproductive-age females in the United States are at risk for an unplanned pregnancy every year. Patient-centered counseling is extremely important so physicians can offer the most appropriate contraceptive option to each individual patient based on her preferences and l…
 
Host: Roger S. McIntyre, MD, FRCPC Guest: Joseph F. Goldberg, MD Guest: Amy Becher-Smith, DNP, MSW, PMHNP-BC, FNP-BC Bipolar I disorder can be challenging to diagnose and treat. To address these challenges, three faculty experts came together during Mental Illness Awareness Week to discuss key issues in bipolar I disorder care. In this 60-minute ac…
 
Guest: Lawrence Nathan Shulman, MD With the requirement of social distancing and growth of telehealth in full swing, reentry into clinical facilities may be a challenging process for healthcare professionals and patients alike. Dr. Lawrence Shulman, the Deputy Director of Clinical Services at the University of Pennsylvania, gives his answer to the …
 
Guest: Abigail T. Berman, MD, MSCE The risk of COVID-19 has become a significant factor to consider when selecting between SBRT and surgery for patients with early-stage lung cancer. Dr. Abigail Berman, a radiation oncologist at the University of Pennsylvania Abramson Cancer Center in Philadelphia, discusses how she works with patients to decide on…
 
Guest: Giorgos C. Karakousis, MD With COVID-19 creating an increased risk, how can we ensure patient and surgeon safety prior to, during, and following a procedure? Dr. Giorgos Karakousis, a melanoma surgeon at Penn Medicine, describes the protective procedures put into place during the COVID-19 pandemic. Published October 9, 2020…
 
Host: Matt Birnholz, MD Guest: Ryan Close, MD, MPH Contact tracing is a critical component in monitoring the spread of COVID-19. Dr. Ryan Close, an internist and medical officer with the Indian Health Service, shares how he and his colleagues have been implementing contact tracing and delivering care for community members at the Fort Apache Indian …
 
Guest: Roman Bronfenbrener MD, FAAD While telemedicine has been a solution for healthcare professionals during COVID, at-home clinical imaging can be difficult for both patients and dermatologists. Clinical associate at Penn Medicine Dr. Roman Bronfenbrener talks about how technology can help us diagnose patients with melanoma during the pandemic. …
 
Guest: Lynn M. Schuchter, MD As clinicians continue to reevaluate the way they treat patients in critical condition during the COVID-19 pandemic, Dr. Lynn Schuchter, Director at Penn Medicine’s Tara Miller Melanoma Center, discusses best practices for keeping patients safe while being treated for metastatic melanoma. Published October 7, 2020…
 
Host: Mikhail Kosiborod, MD Despite evidence and guideline recommendations, renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system inhibitor (RAASi) therapy tends to be used suboptimally among patients with heart failure (HF), particularly in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD). What are the real-world factors that influence RAASi treatment decisions in patie…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD Guest: Linda Stein Gold, MD Statment of Need Recent investigations into the underlying mechanisms of atopic dermatitis have revealed the importance of the JAK/STAT pathway and downstream cytokines in driving inflammatory response and AD pathogenesis and have informed the recent developmen…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Lawrence F. Eichenfield, MD Statement of Need Recent investigations into the underlying mechanisms of atopic dermatitis have revealed the importance of the JAK/STAT pathway and downstream cytokines in driving inflammatory response and AD pathogenesis and have informed the recent development of novel targeted agents.…
 
Host: Robert Mocharnuk, MD Guest: Hossein Borghaei, MS, DO The discovery of predictive biomarkers has led to an improvement in overall survival (OS) and progression-free survival (PFS) in non–small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) by identifying subgroups of patients who benefit from targeted treatments. These include sensitizing epidermal growth factor re…
 
Host: Lee P. Shulman, MD, FACMG, FACOG Guest: Anita L. Nelson, MD Every year, approximately 70% of all reproductive-aged females in the United States are at risk for unplanned pregnancy. All of these women are candidates for contraceptive counseling and services and the availability of a broad range of contraceptive options is integral to the healt…
 
Guest: Benjamin O. Anderson M.D. The COVID-19 pandemic has led to an influx of hospital admissions, and with limited resources, clinicians are reevaluating the way they manage patients with breast cancer. Here to share how he’s adapted his treatment strategies is Dr. Ben Anderson, Professor of Surgery and Global Health Medicine at the University of…
 
Host: Timothy Aksamit, MD Guest: Amy Levinger, MSN, FNP-C Guest: David E. Griffith, MD The prevalence of non-tuberculous mycobacterial (NTM) lung disease in the United States has almost doubled between 2008 and 2015. But despite this increase, its diagnosis can often be delayed, which is why pulmonary nurse practitioner Amy Levinger and Dr. David G…
 
Guest: Lisa Nodzon PhD, ARNP, AOCNP No matter whether you’re using venetoclax for chronic lymphocytic leukemia in the first-line or relapsed/refractory setting, there are some important considerations to keep in mind, like its dose ramp-up as well as the importance of hydration and tumor lysis syndrome prophylaxis. Tune in as Dr. Lisa Nodzon, advan…
 
Guest: Deepa Rangachari, MD Communication is the key to guiding patients with non-small cell lung cancer through testing and treatment, but what exactly does that look like? Dr. Deepa Rangachari, an oncologist at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, shares strategies to help patients understand these processes and set realistic expectations.…
 
Host: Matthew Sorrentino, MD Guest: Jennifer N. Avari Silva, MD Each year, more than 75 thousand cardiac ablation procedures are performed in the United States alone. Could something straight out of a science-fiction movie like holograms help improve physician accuracy and reduce the complications typically associated with this procedure? Talk a wa…
 
Host: Matthew Sorrentino, MD Guest: Jennifer N. Avari Silva, MD Understanding how and why arteries age has baffled doctors for years, but a recent study may have the answers we’ve been looking for. Dr. Vienna Brunt, a post-doctorate fellow in the Department of Integrated Physiology of Aging Lab at the University of Colorado in Boulder, walks us thr…
 
Host: Valeria C. Cohran, MD Guest: Kishore R. Iyer, MD, MBBS, FRCS, FACS Achieving the goal of enteral autonomy is one of the biggest challenges when managing patients with short bowel syndrome. Join Dr. Valeria Cohran and Dr. Kishore Iyer to learn how GLP-2 analogs can reduce the number of total parenteral nutrition (TPN) days in adults and childr…
 
Guest: Deepa Rangachari, MD Living with non-small cell lung cancer means living with a daily burden of symptoms like fatigue, decreased appetite, and shortness of breath. Dr. Deepa Rangachari, an oncologist at Harvard’s Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, expresses the importance of finding therapeutic strategies to help patients manage symptoms.…
 
Guest: Lauren K. Brooks, MD During this unprecedented time, finding the best approach to providing treatment for patients with thyroid cancer can be a challenge. Endocrinologist Dr. Lauren Brooks of Penn Medicine Lancaster General Health shares some of her approaches to this dilemma and stresses the importance of keeping up on routine practices dur…
 
Guest: Daniel Pryma, MD As the use of radioactive iodine for thyroid cancer grows, healthcare experts are reevaluating their treatment strategies. Dr. Dan Pryma, Professor of Radiology at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, describes how he treats his thyroid cancer patients safely and efficiently during the COVID-19 pandemic. Published…
 
Host: Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD Guest: Prof Eric Van Cutsem, MD, PhD Guest: Josep Tabernero, MD, PhD Dr. Scott Kopetz, Prof. Eric Van Cutsem, and Dr. Josep Tabernero engage in a panel discussion with a focus on the practice-changing initial and subsequently updated mature findings from the BEACON trial. These pivotal findings alter the standard of care…
 
Host: Scott Kopetz, MD, PhD Guest: Prof Eric Van Cutsem, MD, PhD Dr. Scott Kopetz and Prof. Eric Van Cutsem evaluate both the initial and updated pivotal outcomes from the BEACON trial in second- and third-line BRAF V600E-mutated metastatic colorectal cancer. They extend their discussion of these practice-changing results to include the early-stage…
 
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