Prevention Guidelines for PC

Dr. Charles Sneiderman reviews the clinical practice guidelines for preventive services recommended for primary care providers and indicates that the guidelines of the Federal Department of Health and Human Services are the standard for reimbursable preventive care.

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Acute Coronary Syndromes

This activity will provide the attendee with the latest up-to-date information and state-of-the-art management strategies using oral antiplatelet drugs for Acute Coronary Syndrome patients based on the 2013 ACC/AHA Guidelines.

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Non-insulin Therapy

This educational activity will discuss appropriate screening and assessment for glycemia and associated comorbidities and review safety, efficacy, mechanisms of action, and place for non-insulin therapies within the treatment algorithm.

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Insulin Therapy

This activity was developed from the live Best Practices in Primary Care™ program held in Chicago, Illinois on June 21, 2014. The expert faculty will discuss the strategies pertaining to appropriate initiation and intensification of insulin therapy.

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Tightening the Noose around the Necks of Physicians

Dr. Able discusses the latest salvo against the medical profession by the CMS and its potential and ill-advised proposal to remove the CME exemption currently allowed from the Sunshine Act.

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Hypogonadism in Men

Hypogonadism is an underdiagnosed syndrome with links to age, obesity, type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM), and metabolic syndromes. This activity will help clinicians with appropriate screening, diagnosis, and available testosterone supplemental therapies.

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ACC GUIDELINES PART2

The ACC/AHA guidelines has 9 recommendations for hypertension. Dr. Charles Sneiderman reviews the new guidelines published in 2014 by the National Institutes of Health eighth Joint National Committee (JNC8).

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The Sunshine Act

Dr. Wayne Bell writes about the Sunshine Act and his thoughts on the effect it will have on the average provider and expresses his opinion of the Sunshine Act. Your comments are welcome.

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