Mt. Sinai‚Äôs Department of Orthopedics Dr. Bryan Markinson will be the guest tonight at 9pm. Learn the REAL TRUTH about the lasers for Onychomycosis. What, when and how to do an Epidermal Nerve Fiber Density Testing for your diabetic patients, and much much more. Bryan will share is opinion on the future of podiatric residency training both from a faculty member of NYCPM and Mt. Sinai Medical School. Plus answer your questions answered LIVE.
Guido Laporta, 11-17-2009
Dr. Laporta, a podiatric hall of fame winner in 1997,and a pioneer in lower extremity surgery, is our guest this Tuesday night. Dr. Laporta has been president of American Board of Podiatric Surgery and Pennsylvania Podiatric Medical Association and a pioneer in the podiatric seminar business chairing the famous Hershey Surgical Semiar. Guido is a world class surgeon, inventor and lecturer.
Masters Round Table: Jack Morgan, Barbara Aung, Mark Brenner, Mark Block, 11-10-2009
Category: Leadership,Business,Marketing,Research,Wound Care
This week I am bring four experts (all at once LIVE) that have all
facedthe need to under go a metamorphism to meet the changing needs of the healthcare market and continue to provide excellent patient care. I plan to jump directly into questions and common patient concerns that we all see daily, for example: with consults codes going away in 2010, how will practices compensate?
The goal is to determine the best way to maximize reimbursement while never compromising on patient care.
This HOUR will earn you money and elevate your clinical thought process
Richard Pollak, 11-03-2009
Dr. Richard Pollak, to my knowledge, there is NO individual in private practice that had excelled in the area of research to the extent that Dr. Pollak has. The drugs, creams that we all use for our patients daily can probably be attributed to the work of Dr. Pollak at some point. Richard has completed hundreds of research protocols. Just so you know, doing research is VERY PROFITABLE. For example on one of the studies that I have participated in, the payment for a patient with a grade I diabetic ulcer was $12,700 for 10 visits. Tuesday night it will be time to learn from the Master what it takes to set up and become involved in clinical research.