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 #22: Checking in with the Billing and Coding Guru (and his thoughts on the future of independent GI in California)

Dr. Michael Weinstein of Capital Digestive Care checks in with Dr. Glenn Littenberg of inSite Digestive Health Care, the largest GI practice in California, with offices from San Francisco to Irvine.

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Episode #18: How the Hunt for Red October Inspired Better IBD Monitoring (and helped torpedo the total cost of care)

This is one of those episodes you’ve been waiting for.

Dr. Michael Weinstein interviews Dr. Larry Kosinski of SonarMD about his path in gastroenterology, and what sparked his interest in becoming an entrepreneur.

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Episode #10: Increasing Diversity Requires Starting Before Med School (it will take some time but the benefit will be worth it)

Dr. Michael Weinstein interviews Dr. Bishr Omary about his path to becoming a gastroenterologist and some of the initiatives he’s been working on as the president of the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA).

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