• 00:10

    Gowey Protocol Gel for physicians

    in Health

    How to prescribe the Gowey Protocol Gel for cervical dysplasia, eczema and more...

  • 00:57

    Beth interviews Richard Weiskopf, member of Physicians for Social Responsibility

    in Spirituality

    Dr. Richard Weiskopf will speak about his experiences as a member of Physicians for Social Responsibility and his involvement in peace activities in Central New York and abroad.

  • 00:26

    Physicians Unprepared for Sunshine Law

    in Business

    Survey Reveals Physicians Prefer Filtered Sunshine
    A conversation with Michaeline Daboul, CEO of MMIS, about her company's third annual survey of doctors and their knowledge of the Sunshine Act. The survey found that physicians are actually less informed than they were one year ago.

  • 01:58

    Eric Holder resigns. Steve Jacobs on Physicians/Medicine under siege

    in Politics Conservative

    Bye-Bye Eric Holder! America's first African-Anerican Attorney Geneneral is vacating his office. The liberal left is in a panic; conservatives are asking "What took you so long?"


    Why did Holder resign? Why now? Who will Obama nominate to replace him?


    The speculations are going wild!


     


    So Long, Marcus Welby, MD: Today's Health Care Is Suffocating Independent Physicians and How Some Changed to Thrive, addresses the most pressing issues facing U.S. doctors, and how the landscape is dramatically changing for them.


    Steve Jacob, former nationally syndicated healthcare columnist and founding editor of D Healthcare Daily will be joining us to discuss the issue that is changing the way doctors practice and how your healthcare may change.


    - Why physician autonomy is under siege and morale is declining


    - Texas: A last bastion for independent physicians


    - Medical stagnation: Survey says most physicians would not recommend a career in medicine


    - Why physician suicide rate is higher than any other profession


    - Why medical care is the leading cause of bankruptcy in U.S.


     - How rising medical expenses are consuming a growing proportion of household budgets


     - How 30 million more insured Americans will impact the unchanged provider base


    - The high stakes of getting patients engaged in their health


    - Why physicians aren’t talking to patients about the ACA
     


    This and more at 8AM-10AM EST this morning "In the Pickle Barrel

  • 00:16

    Ohio Academy of Family Physicians Annual Meeting Reflections

    in Health

    Dr Synonymous (Pat Jonas, MD) reviews the recent OAFP Annual Meeting, then comments on Direct Primary Care issues of interest to Family Physicians.  He gets philosophical (no surprise) about the role of the Family Physician including some comments about the "Myth and the Magic of Family Medicine"


    Check it out. And Twitter photos from the OAFP meeting at #Ohioafp.  You'll see Dr Jonas (48th President of OAFP) in more than ten selfies with other leaders.

  • 00:40

    Physicians Evaluate Employees Online, at Home and at Work

    in Health

    If employers want to maintain or reduce healthcare spending, one of the best places to start is with employees’ use of hospitals. The long-time mantra in addressing health care costs is to keep employees out of emergency rooms, avoid unnecessary hospital admissions and, if an employee or their dependent is admitted, get them out of the hospital as quickly as possible. 


    A growing number of employers and insurance companies are using different strategies to direct employees to the best care, including concierge medicine and virtual-physician-diagnostic services for minor medical conditions.


    Join the CoHealth community as we talk with Alan Roga (StatDoctors) and Natalie Hodge (PersonalMedicinePlus) -- two physicians who are changing how and where physicians meet patients, including via virtual, computer-based visits, mobile apps and concierge services.

  • 00:26

    Joseph Gonzales, R.D., - Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine

    in Self Help

    Joseph Gonzales, R.D., is a staff dietician for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine, a nationwide organization dedicated to promoting preventive medicine, especially better nutrition, and higher standards in research.  As staff dietician, Mr. Gonzales conducts clinical research studies in weight loss, diabetes reversal, and pain management.  Joseph also provides dietary guidance to employees in corporate wellness and spearheaded Food for Life, a program designed by the Physician’s Committee to promote cancer prevention and survival through a better understanding of cancer causes, particularly the link between nutrition and cancer. For more information, please visit www.pcrm.org

  • 00:45

    Colostrum the nature's Healing Miracle; and the Leaky Gut Syndrome

    in Health

    It’s a well-known fact that developed countries suffer from an epidemic of allergies and chronic conditions such as IBS, arthritis, diabetes, cancer and heart disease.  What is not so well known is that the majority of these illnesses – according to our guest today – are linked to poor gastrointestinal health, otherwise known as ‘leaky gut syndrome’.


    In this inteview we will speak with Douglas Wyatt, Founder and Medical Director for the Center for Nutritional Research and CEO of Sovereign Laboratories is here today to discuss Leaky Gut Syndrome and why it’s such an important health issue today.


    Meet top integrative, holistic and wellness-oriented physicians, authors and celebrities at the upcoming NAVEL wellness expo.


     

  • 00:06

    This is a Test for The Physician Spotlight Radio Show Broadcast

    in Health

    This is a Test for The Physician Spotlight Radio Show Broadcast coming to you LIVE from Palm Beach Florida.


    Join us now & see why our show has become the #1 rated show of it's type as we feature some of the nations physician specialists up close and personal as they speak about themselves, their practices and the great results they have been getting with some of the most challenging cases. Learn what makes these doctors a cut above the rest and learn how you can improve the quality of your health and the quality of your life from some simple tips that are often offered by our successful physicians who share waht it takes to feel better and to get better.

  • 00:34

    Medical Malpractice and Professional Licensing Issues with Michael Favia

    in Legal

    The Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants is a group of highly experienced attorneys and investigators who previously worked for the I.D.P.R. will represent and/or defend licensed professionals in cases involving the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulation, Illinois Department of Public Aid and Illinois Department of Public Health. In this monthly podcast series our attorneys and consultants will share news, tips and resources.


    Topics covered in this 30 minute podcast:



    Michael Favia and his experience in medical malpractice and how it connects to professional licensing;
    The potential licensing issues doctors face when medical malpractice cases are settled;
    About National Practitioner Data Bank and how it can that affect licensed physicians and healthcare professionals;
    How medical malpractice attorneys work with licensing consultants to better serve healthcare professional clients;
    Industry trends in healthcare and licensing that of which our listeners should be aware.


    Michael V. Favia He is a former Asst. Illinois Attorney General and the Chief Prosecutor for the Illinois Dept. of Professional Regulation (IDPR), now known as the Illinois Dept. of Professional and Financial Regulation (IDFPR). Favia is affiliated former prosecutors, investigators and professional licensing board members assist licensed professionals in their business, regulatory and IDFPR related matters. Visit our Illinois Professional Licensing Consultants website for more information. You may also contact Michael V. Favia for more information by e-mail at favia@lawyer.com or dial (773) 631-4580.


     

  • 00:59

    Government Forced Use of Electronic Health Records Harms Patients

    in Politics Conservative

    Dr. Jeffrey Singer: The ongoing debate over ObamaCare has obscured another important example of government meddling in medicine. Starting this year, physicians like myself who treat Medicare patients must adopt electronic health records, known as EHRs, which are digital versions of a patient’s paper charts. If doctors do not comply, our reimbursement rates will be cut by 1%, rising to a maximum of 5% by the end of the decade…I am an unwilling participant in this program. In my experience, EHRs harm my patients more than they help.


     


    Dr. Singer practices general surgery in Phoenix and is an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute.


     


     


     


    Tags:  Dr Jeffrey Singer, Obamacare, electronic health records, EHRs, digital, reimbursement, patient

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