Episode #31: Should Adenoma Detection Rates be Made Public? (other quality measures are important to patients too)

Dr. Michael Weinstein of Capital Digestive Care talks to Dr. Costas Kefalas from Akron Digestive Disease Consultants about his work as the president of the GI Quality Improvement Consortium (GIQuIc), a benchmarking registry that tracks quality measures such as cecal intubation rates, withdrawal times and adenoma detection rates.

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Episode #30: Key to PCP Engagement — Cold Weather and Compelling Content (it helps if there’s a great lunch, too)

Dr. Lisa Mathew is joined by Dr. Michael Kreines of Gastro Health Ohio, who helped develop a continuing medical education (CME) program that facilitates engagement with primary care physicians (PCPs) in the Cinncinnati metropolitan area.

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Episode #15: Colonoscopy Preparation Doesn’t Need to be Difficult (a discussion of innovation in bowel cleansing)

During Colorectal Cancer (CRC) Awareness Month in March, we’re hosting a series of conversations with physicians about the importance of being screened.

This week, Dr. Naresh Gunaratnam talks with Dr. Pradeep Bekal of the Ohio Gastroenterology & Liver Institute and Dr. William Stern of Capital Digestive Care in the Washington DC metro area, about an innovative colonoscopy preparation that both practices offer to their patients.

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