Episode #35: Long-Haul Truckers May be at Greater Risk for CRC (education is the key to increasing screening rates)

Dr. Michael Weinstein talks with Ellen Brooks of the Men’s Health Inequities (MHI) Research Lab at the University of Utah School of Medicine, who is a co-author of a new study on the prevalence of colorectal cancer (CRC) among long-haul truck drivers.

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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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Episode #21: Educating and Advocating on Behalf of IBD Patients and Caregivers (diversity and inclusion are mission critical)

This week, Kevin Harlen talks with Michael Osso, president and CEO of the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation about its mission to cure inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and to improve the quality of life for children and adults affected by these diseases.

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Episode #20: Patients Aren’t Increments of Care and Units of Cost (Remodeling Health Care to Take Care of the Whole Person)

This week, Dr. Fred Rosenberg talks with Lili Brillstein, CEO of BCollaborative, a consultancy that helps payers, providers, pharmaceutical companies, start-ups and other stakeholders progress the movement from fee for service to patient-focused, value-based care models.

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