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Hope4Healthcare w/ Dr. Naomi Jean-Baptiste

03.31.22 ChenMed

This week on Faisel & Friends, we are discussing hope for healthcare. We are talking to Dr. Naomi Jean-Baptiste - also known as Dr.

Patient-Centered Care
The Benefits of Healthcare Technology
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The Benefits of Healthcare Technology

03.30.22

With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the implementation of telehealth and telemedicine has increased exponentially across all areas of healthca

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reducing costs of test and procedures
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Reducing the physical, mental, and financial costs of unnecessary tests and procedures

03.29.22

In 2018, medical waste accounted for $765 billion—or about one quarter—of health care spending in the United States.

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Top 5 Concerns Facing Seniors Today
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Top 5 Concerns Facing Seniors Today

03.25.22

Those entering their golden years have a lot to look forward to, and seniors today are grasping more opportunities than ever before.

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Post-Covid Reality Check w/ Dr. Dike Drummond

03.23.22 ChenMed

Ready for a post-covid reality check? This week, Dr.

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The Physician Shortage in Geriatrics
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The Physician Shortage in Geriatrics

03.18.22

Recent research by the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) indicates that by 2034, the United States will be short anywhere from 

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Holistic Neurological Care w/ Dr. David Lardizabal

03.17.22 ChenMed

This week, we’re discussing holistic neurological care with ChenMed's National Director of Neurology Dr. David Lardizabal!

Value-Based Care
Tackling Tough Conversations About Palliative Care
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Tackling Tough Conversations About Palliative Care

03.15.22

For many senior patients, there comes a time when treatments for their condition become ineffective or can cause more harm than benefit.

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