Episode #24: Preparing for a Post-Pandemic Screening Surge (and thoughts on long-term career happiness)

Early in the COVID-19 pandemic, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health issued a moratorium on elective procedures, including colorectal cancer (CRC) screening.

Dr. Fred Rosenberg talks with Dr. George Dickstein of Greater Boston Gastroenterology about how his practice pivoted to telehealth and remote working and put in place safety measures to protect patients, physicians and staff.

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Episode #17: Remembering the Dark Days of March and April (telehealth was a lifesaver in 2020 and remains a useful tool)

Throughout the coronavirus pandemic, Phoenix, Ariz. has experienced several surges in cases, becoming a hot spot for COVID-19 more than once.

This week, Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam talks with Dr. Paul Berggreen of Arizona Digestive Health about how his practice implemented telehealth in the early days of the pandemic.

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Episode #01: It’s the Donuts in the Doctors Lounge (and other things learned in 40 years of private practice)

Dr. Fred Rosenberg has been providing gastroenterology care in the Chicago, Ill. area for more than four decades.

One thing hasn’t changed since he started his practice in 1978. The love that physicians have for treating patients and the recognition that they have something to contribute remains true irrespective of what era they learn or practice in.

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