Dr. Lisa Mathew interviews Giselle Carlotta-McDonald, who is the executive director of Project Access-New Haven, which employs community health workers to address colorectal cancer (CRC) screening disparities among Connecticut residents, particularly in African American and Latino communities.Continue reading “Episode 45: Breaking Down Barriers to CRC Screening (understanding the lives of patients outside the doctor’s office)”
For Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month, Dr. Fred Rosenberg interviews Dr. Abdul Saied Calvino, a surgical oncologist at Roger Williams Medical Center in Providence, Rhode Island and assistant professor of surgical oncology at the Boston University Chobanian and Avedisian School of Medicine.Continue reading “Episode #44: Increasing CRC Screening Rates in Latino Communities (awareness and access to care are key to success)”
The 7,500 square feet state-of-the-art facility in Broomall, Pennsylvania will be equipped with GI Genius, an artificial intelligence (AI) system for colorectal cancer screening.
The intelligent endoscopy module has shown a 50 percent increase in identification of previously missed colorectal polyps with AI technology versus standard colonoscopy.Continue reading “US Digestive Health Opens New Office”
Capital Digestive Care has announced that David Heydt has been named medical director of Capital Digestive Care Laboratory.
Dr. Heydt will provide clinical oversight of the laboratory in Silver Spring, Maryland, as well as clinician and staff education while assisting with innovative laboratory projects and partnerships.Continue reading “Dr. David Heydt named Medical Director for Capital Digestive Care Laboratory”