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This will be the first broadcast and introduction to PCCG, Inc. and its intentions to discuss today's new and and exsisting technology software trends, development, and use in the market of Radiology and TeleRadiology. Hosted by Christie Hentschl VP of PCCG, Inc.
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Philosopher Dr. Diana Hsieh will interview Dr. Paul Hsieh about "Radiology in Practice" on Thursday evening, 18 December 2014, at 6 pm PT / 7 MT / 8 CT / 9 ET on Philosophy in Action Radio.
Most people have seen cool medical imaging devices such as CT and MR scanners on TV shows. But what do those machines really do? Advanced medical imaging has revolutionized patient care in the past 25 years, allowing doctors to make diagnoses more accurately, quickly, and safely than ever before. Radiologist Paul Hsieh will discuss the basics of modern radiology (x-rays, MRI, ultrasound, and nuclear medicine), how these different tests work, what they show about the human body, and how they help doctors take better care of patients.
Dr. Paul Hsieh is a radiologist in practice in South Denver. He is the co-founder of Freedom and Individual Rights in Medicine (FIRM). He blogs offbeat tech news atGeekPress.
For more details about this episode, visit its archive page.
For more from Dr. Diana Hsieh on the application of rational principles to the challenges of real life, visit PhilosophyInAction.com.
Host Kevin Hunter features guest Dr. Hasan Ozgur or the Longview Radiology Clinic on The Business Forum Show. Join them as they discuss competitive pricing against the hospitals. Medical school doesn't prepare someone to own a business, but by doing his homework and adapting to the technology and changes in his field, Dr. Ozgur the other doctor partners in Longview Radiology have found success.
From Dr. Hasan Ozgur -
Why the radiology field? Radiology has become an essential part of medical field with more physicians are relying upon it for correct diagnoses and treatment. It is a heavily technology based field with lots of advances being made year after year. It has been a very exciting journey for me to witness all these changes and be part of it.
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Dr. Pat Basu is a physician, entrepreneur, executive and public servant. In 2013 he helped launch Doctor On Demand, a service which enables patients to instantly video connect with a physician or psychologist from their phone, tablet or computer. He oversees nearly 1,400 doctors who can diagnose, treat and prescribe medications. The company has expanded cost-effective, convenient medical and mental health care for millions of Americans. Previously, Dr. Basu served as Chief Medical Officer and Chief Operating Officer of Virtual Radiologic – which he helped grow into the largest provider of radiology and largest telemedicine company in the world. In 2010, Dr. Basu took a leave from the Stanford University Faculty to serve his country as a White House Fellow. Considered America’s most prestigious and selective program for national leadership and public service, the White House Fellows’ roughly 400 alumni include Cabinet Secretaries, Senators, Generals, University leaders and CEOs. Dr. Basu continues to play a prominent leadership role in community and public service. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations and serves on State Board of Health in Illinois. He serves on the Board of Directors for the University of Illinois Alumni Association and the Board of Governors for the Stanford Medical Alumni Association. Dr. Basu has served on the admissions committees at Stanford University School of Medicine and the University of Chicago’s School of Business. Dr. Basu graduated with Honors from the University of Chicago, where he received both his M.D. and his M.B.A. He studied Mechanical Engineering at the University of Illinois where he also graduated with Honors.
Paul J. Fowler, RT, LRT began his x-ray career in 1978 after graduating, with high honors, from Albany Memorial Hospital School of Radiologic Technology. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Fowler founded Specialty Portable X-Ray, Inc. During the 35 year history, SPX has initiated many major changes in the portable x-ray industry. Innovating and adapting to new technologies as soon as they emerged has kept Specialty Portable x-ray at the forefront of the x-ray industry.
In 1990, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first to design and offer mobile developing units
In 1993, Specialty Portable X-Ray was the first company to combine mobile film developing with teleradiology
In 2000, Speciality Portable X-Ray was the first portable x-ray provider to invest in and utilize CR (computer radiology)
In 2010, Specialty Portable X-Ray went 100% direct-digital capture taking advantage of the reliability and speed of the internet.
In 2011, Specialty Portable X-Ray began providing emergency exam results within minutes of completed exams.
In 2014, Specialty Portable X-Ray unveils its custom EHR (electronic health records) software
Specialty Portable X-Ray Inc.
Strategies of Success
Host Brian A Cohen DTM
Earle U. Robinson Jr. M.D., and Film Producer/Director who is currently producing the documentary are BWE Empowerment Radio's Guest on 2/25/15 as we close out the Black History month celebration.
Once HGP was built it a was a credentialed medical center and training program from 1937 until the mayor of St. Louis closed the hospital in 1975. During those years it trained doctors ( in all the advanced specialties), nurses , radiology techs, laboratory techs, record librarians and hospital administrators that served throughout the country.The hospital routinely sent doctor to the segregated South to provide care for Blacks there.
ZHuffington Post Columnist Rachel Thompson and Writer/critic Bennet Pomerantz discusses media topics with guests
Tonight's guest is the creator of the Jane
Sharon's own words "
Janes patient examination gowns were born out of necessity. My Mother and two sisters are Breast Cancer Survivors, because of that family history, I often found myself in Breast Health Centers, Radiology Departments and Women’s Clinics being vigilant about testing and exams. During those times I would sit endlessly in an ill fitting, uncomfortable and very thin patient/hospital gown. The women around me were in the same situation...skinny girls were freezing and other women falling out the front of the gown, exposed and vulnerable.
I feel strongly that during these stressful times women have the right to be comfortable and more dignified. There had to be something better and I set out to develop it.
In October of 2012 Janes were ordered by the Breast Health Center at Women and Infants Hospital. The patients loved them...I was so encouraged by the feedback. From that one Breast Health Center Janes began to sell throughout the country. All very exciting.
Unfortunately, at that time I was diagnosed with Uterine Cancer. Following surgery, during chemotherapy and radiation my Jane was my best friend! I had not intended to become the “poster child” for Janes...I am here to say that Janes are comforting and make a difference in how I felt and how I was viewed. My Janes gave me confidence as well a secure feeling.
My passion today is to get the word out to women everywhere that ‘it is okay to bring your own gown’, that women have the right to comfort and that there are alternatives out there to the traditional much lacking patient gown.
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Susun Weed answers 90 minutes of herbal health questions followed by a 30 minute interview with Judy Dean. Judy Dean is a board certified diagnostic radiologist who has specialized in women’s imaging for over 25 years. She was a fellow in ultrasound and body imaging at Stanford University, and subsequently a faculty radiologist at Stanford. Dr. Dean has been in private practice since 1987. Because of her interest in ultrasound she joined a research project in 2005 for ultrasound detection of breast cancer, and has co-authored peer-reviewed publications on the results of that trial. To date Dr. Dean has interpreted over 10,000 Automated Whole Breast Ultrasound studies, and detected dozens of small occult invasive breast cancers using ultrasound. She has three daughters and lives with her husband, who is also a physician. WEBSITES: www.sonocine.com, www.eachonetellone.com
this episode Q&A includes:
• omega 6 and omega 3 fatty acids..
• having a relationship with a plant and understanding if it is natural by being in touch with it..
• biggest users of minerals in the body- nervous system, immune system and hormonal system
• preparing and eating pears and other rose family fruits..
• cooked foods and raw foods- enzymes and vitamins.
• bloodroot can only be used when it's fresh and is rare and dangerous..
• uses for powdered nettle..
• gingivitis- one drop of bloodroot twice a week on toothbrush and yarrow or echinacea in between..
• simples and working with one herb at a time..
• adding oil to salad to break cell walls of leaves..
ElTyna McCree, affectionately known as "queen of the airlines", because of her innate ability to walk on water and create some of the most astounding airline testimonials. McCree now celebrating 45 years as a travel icon, began her illustrious career with United airlines in Pittsburgh, Penn, in the late 60's. There were few blacks working in the industry then, and she continued her career at Allegheny Airlines (now U.S. Air). Her position at Allegheny was Director of Convention Services. She was named official travel coordinator of the Church of God in Christ in 1968. She started her first travel agency in 1978 in her beloved Oakland, Calif., and quickly became known as the travel agent to the stars. She booked travel for the late Alex Haley, Earl Fatha Hines, Dr. Benjamin Hooks, and Bishop Walter Hawkins, to name a few. She served as official travel agent for "Black Filmmakers Hall of Fame" and became personal travel agent for the late Robert Hooks, Vonetta McGee, Whitman Mayo and many other stars. In the late 90's, McCree had the golden opportunity to book travel for the radiology department of UCSF San Francisco to all of their training conferences in the US and abroad. When the corporate account was removed, Dr. Roy Filly, Drs. Charles & Gretchen Gooding, and numerous other doctors continued to use her services. She is possibly the oldest African American travel professional in the nation, and was featured in Upscale Magazines' August 2000 issue. She was named a power broker for the new millennium in the field of entrepreneurs. She shared the honor with such luminaries as Earvin 'Magic' Johnson, Isaiah Thomas, Bernard Bronner, and the late Attorney Johnnie Cochran.
Jamie Parmer, founder of IHeart Foundation loves compassionate, and hard working individual who has started a foundation dedicated to helping patients and their families advocate for optimal healthcare, as well as coordinate multiple health specialist within a broad spectrum of medical institutions. Although, the iHeart Foundation was founded in 2014, Jamie truly because passionate about advocating for people in need during major medical issues. Due to the fact her mother passed away in 2009 from grade IV astocytoma giloma brain cancer.
After spending almost a year at the Mayo clinic in Rochester, MN. Jamie became quite educated on certain medical topics such as occupational and physical therapy/rehabilitation for brain cancer patients, diabetic and insulin care, radiology care, as well as overall care for patients with major brain injuries
Our German Ancestry
Hosted by: Robert Schlattmann
Wilhelm Roentgen was born March 27, 1845 in Remscheid, Germany. He was the physicist who, on November 8, 1895, produced electromagnetic radiation and detected it in a wavelength, which he later called Roentgen-rays, or X-rays. He earned the Nobel Prize in Physics during 1901. His name was later removed and conveniently replaced as an "unknown" with the letter "X". Who would deny a great man of his deserved fame, especially when he freely gave his knowledge and discovery to the world, and never applied for a patent? I will discuss the reason why his name was removed and replaced with an "X" and who is responsible for this misdeed. Roentgen died on February 10, 1923 in Munich, Germany.
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