Dr Michael Brody works with CCHIT, The International Standards Organization, The New York E-Health Collaborative, and other local, national, and international organizations in the field of Health Information Technology. He writes for APMA News and PM Magazine and has lectured extensively on the topic of Health Information Technology. Dr.
Brody is in private practice in New York, and teaches at the residency program at the VA Hospital in Northport NY. Dr Brody attended the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and received his DPM from the New York College of Podiatric Medicine (NYCPM). Dr. Brody has financial relationships with Sammy Systems, Biomedix and IPS Med and sits of the board of the Open Source Medical Software Foundation.
Gary Lepow, DPM, 01-18-2011
Dr Gary Lepow did not hold back sharing his experience and knowledge to all of us last night. Many pearls and strategies’ for success were presented. Dr. Lepow discusses the dynamics of working with family members (two brothers are both DPM’s in his group) and his anticipated pleasure of his son joining his practice very soon. We discussed the step by step process of getting a surgical invention to market, and his newest project 3D surgical video. I know this will be a hour you will enjoy.
Drs. Tracey Vlahovic, Marc Brenner & Bryan Markinson, 01-11-2011
Drs Vlahovic, Brenner and Markinson moved the profession forward by a taking a few HUGH steps today, as they shared their own experiences in subspecialty of Podiatric Dermatology. Treatment algorithms were discussed on topic as verruca treatments, lasers for onychomycosis, biopsy’s and the management of Tinea Pedis.. The pearls that were offered gave tremendous value not only to our patients, but to the Bottom Line n each of our practices. There is a lot of profit in dermatology, and fellow DPM’s have a great opportunity to grow there income and practices this year by just following a few of the ideas that were discussed Just a few biopsy’s a week are the financial equivalent to doing 25 bunionectomies a year. Everyone will want to listen to this hour with plenty of paper and pens ready.
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