Episode 28: Understanding the Business of Healthcare (and strategies for the growth of independent GI groups)

Scott Becker is an expert in all things related to the business of gastroenterology.

He is a sought-after healthcare attorney and a partner at McGuireWoods and publisher of Becker’s Healthcare, a leading source of business information for hospital leaders and owners and operators of ambulatory surgery centers.

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Episode 27: Creating Community with Ladies of the Gut (how online groups can provide support and mentorship)

Dr. Lisa Mathew is joined by Dr. Nundhini Thukkani of Kaiser Permanente in Portland Oregon to learn about how (and why) Dr. Thukkani founded the wildly popular Ladies of the Gut group on Facebook that provides a forum for #WomenInGI.

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Episode 26: Research Isn’t Only for Academic Medical Centers (how clinical trials can benefit your patients and practice)

Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam talks with Dr. Chris Fourment, CEO of Clinical Research Strategy Group about independent GI practices can develop or improve clinical trials infrastructure, which increases their ability to participate in clinical trials and allows sustainability of research as a practice ancillary.

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Episode #25: Motility and Healthy Weight Programs with @GutsyGirlMD (with some empowerment thrown in for good measure)

Dr. Lisa Mathew talks with Dr. Supriya Rao of Integrated Gastroenterology Consultants of Chelmsford, Mass. about several programs she helped start within the independent practice outside of Boston.

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