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Showcasing major breakthroughs in cancer care from worldwide clinical trials, Project Oncology® educates and assists the healthcare professionals who dedicate their lives to helping patients fight cancer. Here you’ll find leading oncologists discuss and share essential cancer care strategies for all different types of cancer. And as worldwide clinical trials continue to explore new screening tests and discover novel treatment options, you can rest assured that you’ll always catch the latest ...
 
Clinical research and advancements furthering clinicians’ ability to diagnose and treat neurological disorders never stop. And neither does NeuroFrontiers, a series dedicated to covering them all. Here neurology specialists will find essential updates on conditions affecting the nervous system, spinal cord, and overall brain health. So if you want to stay up to date on the latest clinical research and news on neurological disorders, then look no further. Because NeuroFrontiers is where neuro ...
 
Advances in Women’s Health addresses advances, breakthroughs and treatments for conditions related to women’s health, as well as preventive measures physicians can advise their patients to pursue. Topics will include breast health as it relates to cancer, ethnicity, fertility and pregnancy; osteoporosis; female athletes’ health and emotional issues; pregnancy and all facets related to it; aging; nutrition and health; eating disorders; alternative medicine; and sex education.
 
Join our hosts as they explore various genres in medical literature either for intellectual sustenance or for joy and entertainment. The ReachMD Book Club Series will introduce authors and topics to enliven and transform your reading experience. This series features a diverse array of medically-centered genres such as biographies and autobiographies, historicals, and contemporary fiction/non-fiction.
 
Since cardiovascular disease is one of the leading causes of death in the U.S., cardiology physicians are continuously working to better understand this common disease and to help patients improve their heart health. And here to assist cardiology physicians in this mission is Heart Matters, a series dedicated to covering essential strategies and research efforts focusing on all types of heart problems, including coronary artery diseases, heart attacks, high cholesterol, high blood pressure, ...
 
Revealing Retina highlights the latest treatment advances and clinical research in retinal medicine from thought leaders in the field. This series features discussions about best practices in patient retinal care and the most recent developments in combating retinal diseases. Presented by
 
This innovative series provides insight into the issues experienced by advanced practice healthcare clinicians as they deliver a broad range of medical services to a diverse population, interface with other healthcare providers and navigate their own career issues. Physicians and other health care professionals will gain insights into the world of these valued partners.
 
Welcome to the Women’s Health Update series, the latest edition of ReachMD’s Advances in Women’s Health. This series offers insight to improve gynecological care for women. Experts share evidence-based opinions on a variety of topics affecting your patients including: cervical cancer screening, abnormal uterine bleeding, management of preterm birth, and sexually transmitted infections.
 
Villanova Health Summit brings together renowned leaders in the healthcare community representing diverse points of expertise such as bioengineering, law, ethics, hospital administration, bench-to-bedside research, and patient care. Featuring unique, multidiscplinary collaborations, this series explores novel approaches to some of the most pressing issues in healthcare today.
 
Primary Care Today features conversations with clinical experts representing a wide range of medical specialties to highlight the latest trends in primary care practice, from clinical pearls to updated guidelines, health informatics, and practice management. This series is hosted by Dr. Brian McDonough, a nationally recognized clinical expert, teacher, and public speaker in primary care.
 
Whether you're a dermatologist in Seattle, a family practitioner in New Mexico, or a trauma surgeon in New York City, the issues in health care today just can't wait. That's why you turn to ReachMD for Second Opinion Live: we're here to give you a chance to be heard.Join two of our seasoned physician hosts, Dr. Matt Birnholz and Dr. Michael Greenberg, for the next Second Opinion Live, airing on ReachMD.Do you have a topic suggestion or a story idea? Share them with us at info@reachmd.com.
 
Nearly half of the U.S. adult population has hypertension, which is why the American Heart Association and American Medical Association came together to help reduce the rates of uncontrolled blood pressure nationwide. Target: BP™, a comprehensive practice initiative, was created to reduce the number of Americans who have heart attacks and strokes by urging medical practices, health service organizations, and patients to prioritize blood pressure control. In collaboration with
 
When tested by major catastrophes, the medical community has responded. We banded together to provide emergency medical care and ongoing relief after the earthquake in Haiti and Hurricane Katrina, while the September 11thattacks brought out the best in medical response teams and care providers. Yet every emergency presents unique challenges and learning opportunities. ReachMD scrutinizes our disaster medicine plans, preparedness protocols, and emergency response capabilities. How are we prep ...
 
This series gives healthcare professionals an opportunity to hear thought leaders in continuing medical education discuss issues related to methodology, effectiveness, funding, measurement, future technologies, and other aspects of CME that make the field so vibrant. The discussion will remind healthcare professionals how important and powerfully how they learn is related to what they learn, and motivate them to continue their lifelong learning and provide strategies for putting what they le ...
 
Although we may not see tuberculosis cases too often, that doesn’t mean this disease isn’t out there. In fact, up to 13 million people are carrying the latent infection, which can asymptomatically exist in a patient for years and can be fatal if it isn’t caught early enough. That’s why knowing which of our patients are at risk and using effective screening measures are now more critical than ever. In the hopes of eradicating this disease once and for all, Tackling TB brings together experts ...
 
Talking to a patient about sexual health can be as uncomfortable for the medical professional as it may be for the patient. This groundbreaking series is dedicated to helping healthcare professionals address the needs of the estimated 30-45 percent of patients who may be suffering from issues related to this under-discussed but critical aspect of patient care. SexMed presents the latest advances and current perspectives in this field, reminding us all that sexual health is integral to genera ...
 
As the number of Americans living with diabetes continues to rise, staying up to date on the latest diabetes research is more essential than ever to help patients achieve glucose control. With Diabetes Discourse, you’ll hear from diabetes and endocrinology experts on emerging research, diagnostic and treatment strategies, and various elements that impact a patient’s disease course, including risk factors, vitamin and mineral supplementation, physical activity, and kidney disease. Because whe ...
 
Not only is lung cancer the leading cause of cancer deaths among females and males, but it’s also the most common type of cancer. Despite its high prevalence and mortality rates, communicative care between non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) patients and their providers is still unfortunately lacking. In an effort to both address and resolve this disparity, Closing the Gaps in NSCLC will focus on the latest guidelines and the current therapeutic landscape within NSCLC. This non-certified educ ...
 
Changes to the Medicare payment system are on the horizon, and physicians around the country are wondering how the new Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act (MACRA) will impact their practices. This series from the American Medical Association provides an inside look at what’s to come and what physicians can do now to prepare for the transition to MACRA. Hear from industry experts and physician leaders about their experiences with new payment models, quality reporting and more. Sponso ...
 
Medicine is both art and science. It wrestles with details and broad concepts. Mistakes are both bad and good. It is the height of technology, and the one-on one conversation. It is mundane and it is dramatic. Part profession. Part trade. What can we learn from our history that will give us insight into the sources the courage to move forward? Inspired to Act is a series of personal conversations with some of the most compelling figures in modern medicine — designed to inform, educate and in ...
 
Today's athletes are able to become stronger and faster than ever before, and people are staying active and exercising until later in life. The latest strides in sports medicine are helping people stay healthy, active and strong. Experts in the field of sports medicine discuss the latest advances in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of sports and exercise-related injuries. Tune in to find out what you need to know to help your patients stay active.
 
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a chronic autoimmune inflammatory disease affecting over 1.3 million Americans and as much as 1% of the worldwide population. The condition can be difficult to diagnose in its early stages because of non-specific early signs and symptoms that mimic many other diseases, and there is no singular confirmatory blood test or physical finding. But the evidence is clear: early diagnosis and treatment lead to improved outcomes for RA patients. Rheumatoid Arthritis: Addre ...
 
Affecting less than 200,000 people in the US each year, sickle cell disease (SCD) remains a rare but painful and often misunderstood illness. Patients suffering from SCD often fly under the radar for critical early-stage diagnosis, which can lead to future complications and poor outcomes. This series seeks to bridge the gap in SCD education for healthcare providers on the frontlines of emergency medicine to improve patient care. Hear from experts in the field as they discuss common misconcep ...
 
This series in partnership with the American Medical Association brings healthcare professionals timely, relevant, and emerging information that impacts daily practice and the changing world of medicine. Featuring insights from health care leaders, this Perspectives with the AMA series is a must for any healthcare professional who wants to stay up to date on the latest issues and trending topics in the space, including value-based care, telehealth, the opioid epidemic, Medicare payment, cybe ...
 
Most children get to focus on homework, sports, and spending time with friends, but for those with a peanut allergy, they must be constantly alert to the dangers everyday activities can pose. About two students in every classroom have a food allergy, and with the possibility of a severe reaction like anaphylaxis occurring, avoidance is clearly no longer enough. To drive awareness of its increasing prevalence, Cracking the Code on Peanut Allergies brings together leaders in the field to explo ...
 
In March 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared the SARS-COV-2 infection outbreak a global pandemic, spurring one of the greatest public health crises and education efforts in recent history. And while there have been several victories in the battle against this global pandemic, such as the widespread adoption of telehealth and the development of COVID-19 vaccines, many questions still remain. That’s why our COVID-19: On the Frontlines series features infectious disease phys ...
 
As research in inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD) advances, the landscape is rapidly evolving; requiring reinforcement of the most important and clinically relevant data. This educational series will provide the latest information on research, treatments, and management of IBD with a focus on the most pressing and relevant topics identified by the Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation's National Scientific Advisory Committee on Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. With 1.6 million Americans living ...
 
There are real differences in men's and women's health concerns. The life expectancy gap is decreasing between men and women, but men still deal with higher rates of cardiovascular disease, prostate and testicular cancers, fluctuating testosterone levels, and fertility issues. Women’s health issues include cancer, reproductive and sexual health issues, osteoporosis prevention and management, nutrition and sports medicine. This series focuses on new developments in the diagnosis and treatment ...
 
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Host: Javed Butler, MD, MBA, MPH Guest: Giuseppe M.C. Rosano, MD, PhD, FESC, FHFA Guest: Deepak L. Bhatt, MD, MPH, FACC, FAHA, FSCAI, FESC The COVID-19 pandemic has had an unprecedented impact on the entire global population. COVID-19 fears have not only disrupted the regular care of patients with heart failure, but also clinical trials and their p…
 
Host: Ricardo Franco, MD Guest: Charles P. Vega, MD Armed with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for HCV universal screening and risk-based testing — and an understanding of the simplicity of prescribing and managing direct-acting antiviral (DAA) therapies — primary care providers (PCPs) will be well equipped to step up an…
 
Host: Charles Turck, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP Guest: Joseph William Ray, MD Fabry disease is a progressive, genetic disorder that can cause multisystemic damage and reduce life expectancy when left undiagnosed and unmanaged, making the timely and appropriate management of Fabry disease essential. Recent clinical outcome data and real-world evidence led …
 
Host: Jay Raman, MD, FACS Guest: Oguz Akin, MD Guest: Robert J. Motzer, MD Guest: Elizabeth Plimack, MD, MS Immune checkpoint inhibitor/tyrosine kinase inhibitor combination therapy has forged to the front-line for the management of metastatic RCC and recurrent RCC, but how do clinicians select the ideal treatment regimen for their patients? How do…
 
Host: Jay Raman, MD, FACS Guest: Oguz Akin, MD Guest: Robert J. Motzer, MD Guest: Elizabeth Plimack, MD, MS Immune checkpoint inhibitor/tyrosine kinase inhibitor combination therapy has forged to the front-line for the management of metastatic RCC and recurrent RCC, but how do clinicians select the ideal treatment regimen for their patients? How do…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Shirish Gadgeel, MD Immunotherapy using checkpoint inhibitors has become a standard of practice in advanced non-small cell lung cancer. But can combination therapy further improve patient outcomes? Dr. Jacob Sands is joined by Dr. Shirish Gadgeel, Chief of the Division of Hematology and Oncology at Henry Ford Cancer Ins…
 
Host: Andrew Wilner, MD, FACP, FAAN Guest: Emily Louise Johnson, MD According to recent estimates, between 150,000 and 450,000 transgender patients have epilepsy. And as that number is only expected to grow, Assistant Professor of Neurology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine Dr. Emily Johnson shares key considerations for treating transgender pati…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Stephen Hanauer, MD Even though biosimilars serve as a much-needed treatment option for patients in several fields of medicine, gastroenterologists have been reluctant to adopt them. Joining Dr. Jennifer Caudle to explore why this might be and the evolving role of biosimilars in anti-inflammatory care for GI patient…
 
Host: Jennifer Caudle, DO Guest: Keith McCrae, MD In order to reflect the evolving management of immune thrombocytopenia (ITP), the American Society of Hematology updated their clinical practice guidelines. Here to share some of the key recommendations for the management of adult and pediatric ITP is Dr. Keith McCrae, a board-certified hematologist…
 
Host: Neilanjan Nandi, MD Guest: James D. Lewis, MD, MSCE An ongoing question for clinicians and patients alike is how diet can impact IBD treatment and management. Here to discuss this topic with Dr. Neil Nandi is Dr. James Lewis of the University of Pennsylvania IBD Center. Dr. Lewis recently conducted a clinical randomized trial that compared th…
 
Host: Jacob Sands, MD Guest: Benjamin Kann, MD Artificial intelligence-based models have become a growing area of interest in clinical oncology. What do we need to know about them? Dr. Benjamin Kann, a physician at Dana Farber Cancer Institute, and Assistant Professor of radiation oncology at Harvard Medical School, meets with Dr. Jacob Sands to di…
 
Host: Charles Turck, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP Guest: Pradipta Ghosh, MD Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly changing how we practice medicine in a variety of ways, especially in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, a recently developed AI model can help us predict the disease course of patients infected with COVID-19, and here to share how t…
 
Host: George L. Bakris, MD Guest: Rajiv Agarwal, MBBS, MD, FASN, BRCU Guest: Bertram Pit, MD Two HOT LINE sessions presented at the ESC Congress 2021 may change the way you manage your patients with diabetes and CKD as you work to prevent their progression to ESRD and improve their cardiovascular outcomes. Drs. Rajiv Agarwal, George Bakris, and Ber…
 
Host: Robert J. Mentz, MD, FHFSA, FACC, FAHA Guest: Peter van der Meer, MD, PhD Iron deficiency is an extremely common comorbidity for 50% to 70% of our patients with heart failure in both the acute and chronic settings. It’s associated with poor exercise capacity, poor quality of life, and increased morbidity and mortality. In hospitalized patient…
 
Throughout this 8-chapter program, you’ll hear from cardiologist Dr. Rachel Bond, cardiologist and vascular medicine specialist Dr. Geoff Barnes, and patient advocate Elizabeth about the increasing prevalence of peripheral artery disease (PAD) along with key strategies for diagnosing and managing patients with PAD. ©Janssen Pharmaceuticals, Inc. 20…
 
Host: Charles Turck, PharmD, BCPS, BCCCP Guest: Emily Carroll, JD, MSW Guest: Heather McComas, PharmD Guest: Chris Sherin The prior authorization cost control process can be a burden on clinicians and lead to delayed treatment for patients. But the AMA’s recent advocacy efforts may help reform the process. Dr. Charles Turck meets with Emily Carroll…
 
Host: Arjun V. Balar, MD Guest: Daniel P. Petrylak, MD Bladder cancer is the sixth most common malignancy in the United States. Many of these patients present with multiple comorbidities which creates a considerable challenge for clinicians when determining an appropriate treatment plan. Until recently, platinum-based chemotherapy was the only viab…
 
Host: Jay Raman, MD, FACS Guest: Oguz Akin, MD Guest: Robert J. Motzer, MD Guest: Elizabeth Plimack, MD, MS Did you know that the current 5-year survival rate for patients diagnosed with metastatic RCC is only 12% despite advances in molecular research over the past decade? Are you familiar with recent treatment guidelines and clinical trial data s…
 
Host: Jay Raman, MD, FACS Guest: Oguz Akin, MD Guest: Robert J. Motzer, MD Guest: Elizabeth Plimack, MD, MS Did you know that the current 5-year survival rate for patients diagnosed with metastatic RCC is only 12% despite advances in molecular research over the past decade? Are you familiar with recent treatment guidelines and clinical trial data s…
 
Host: Lee P. Shulman, MD, FACMG, FACOG Guest: Michelle Y. Owens, MD OB-GYN clinicians can improve how they communicate with their patients about hemolytic disease of the fetus and newborn or HDFN. Strategies include encouraging patients to talk about their feelings when learning about this condition and communicating with them in terms that are not…
 
Host: Javed Butler, MD, MBA, MPH Guest: Giuseppe M.C. Rosano, MD, PhD, FESC, FHFA It is well understood that RAASi therapy is critical in the management of patients with heart failure. However, hyperkalemia is common in these patients, and its presence often leads to suboptimal RAASi dosing, which in turn results in poorer patient outcomes. Join Dr…
 
Host: George L. Bakris, MD Guest: Biykem Bozkurt, MD, PhD, FHFSA, FACC, FAHA, FACP Guest: Robert Toto, MD When treating patients with heart failure and chronic kidney disease, RAASi therapy should be continued if at all possible. One thing to keep in mind is that an elevation in serum creatinine does not always represent acute kidney injury. In thi…
 
Guest: Maria E. Arcila, MD Guest: Alexander Drilon, MD Capitalizing on the advances in identification of oncogenic driver mutations, genetic testing, and therapeutic approaches that target actionable mutations, targeted therapy is the current standard of care in NSCLC. The use of molecular testing and targeted therapies has yielded remarkable and p…
 
Guest: Cheryl Pirozzi, MD, MS Guest: Charlie Strange, MD Alpha-1 antitrypsin deficiency (AATD) is a common yet underdiagnosed genetic disorder. Led by 2 AATD experts, this activity will address the most current information on the screening, diagnosis, and treatment of this potentially fatal disorder. AATD primarily affects the lungs and liver and r…
 
Host: John E. Anderson, MD Guest: Simon Heller, MD What causes sudden death in patients with type 1 diabetes? Dr. Simon Heller, a Professor of Clinical Diabetes at the University of Sheffield, discusses severe hypoglycemia and cardiovascular risk in patients with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes and what clinicians to look for.…
 
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