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Primary Care - Making a Difference in Prevention w/ Dr. Paul Grundy

07.22.21 ChenMed

In true Godfather fashion, the night kicked off with some drama: technical difficulties. But with the help of Chenmed's Dr.

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Meet the Doctor: Hermena Cerphy, MD

07.20.21

Like many physicians, Hermena Cerphy, MD, grew up wanting to be a doctor, but, ironically, hated going to the doctor’s office as a child.

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Overcoming Value Based Care Adoption w/ Dr. Matt Lambert

07.15.21 ChenMed

We must transition away from our hospital-based fee-for-service healthcare delivery system and more towards a capitated outpatient and in-home prim

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We Can Save The Dying Free Market in Healthcare

07.14.21

Freedom.

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Addressing medical misinformation
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Addressing medical misinformation among older patients

07.13.21

Medical misinformation has long been a concern for physicians – particularly those who care for older patients.

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Housing Security & Healthcare w/ Jason Shaplen

07.08.21 ChenMed

This week on Faisel and Friends, discuss housing security and healthcare with Jason Shaplen, specifically how housing stability and health outcomes

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6 Ways Physicians Can Lead Through Uncertainty

07.06.21

It has been a traumatic year and a half for physicians, nurses, and other medical professionals in myriad ways, personal and professional.

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Health Equity & Medicare Advantage with Congresswoman Allyson Schwartz

07.01.21 ChenMed

Across the country, racial and ethnic minorities experience disproportionately higher rates of disease, lower quality of care, and reduced access t

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