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For over a century the modern healthcare system has relied primarily on medications and surgery to treat most of the ailments patients face. While these advances have vastly increased our longevity and health, there are times when these treatments don’t work, or even worse, have unintended side effects or other consequences. Today, patients have become increasingly frustrated with these limitations and are looking for alternatives. Fortunately, osteopathic physicians have an alternative lite ...
 
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Our first ever crossover event! Join Drs James and Dante as they welcome life coach and fellow podcaster Matthew Leland Cox as they discuss how to repair frayed connections and restore normalcy amidst a pandemic. Matthew has an extensive history with behavioral health and his current Never Give Up behavioral health services organization helps famil…
 
Join Drs Dante and James as they continue to chat about the connections that, when missing, contribute to mental illness. It turns out that our childhood can affect mental illness. So can our perceived status, or lack thereof, and a sense of a hopeless future. But although certain people may be genetically more susceptible to depression, the neurop…
 
Humans have some pretty weird eating and moving habits. In the conclusion to special guest Dr. Nathan Hershberger's run on Rollin' Bones, Dr. James and Dr. Dante discuss praying at the altar of dietary religions, how our early B12 supplements lead to cholera, and why the true spirit of dieting involves some inward reflection.…
 
In the conclusion to the two-part special on strain, Dr. James and Dr. Dante expand on the idea of stressors as a necessary healing mechanism. With a focus on how hurting your body is actually good for it, learn how struggling prepares you to save yourself from medical debt, your family from a housefire, and the world from the clutches of Hydra.…
 
In this episode, Dr. Dante is joined by special guest Dr. Elizabeth Balyakina, who holds a certification in teaching yoga as well as her practice as an osteopathic physician. Dr. Balyakina describes the links between yoga and osteopathy and how she instructs patients to heal themselves through movement. Whether you are a yoga master or a downward-f…
 
In this special episode, Drs. James and Dante are joined by performance medicine specialist Dr. Yein Lee to discuss how modern lifestyles - like long hours hunched at a computer or playing the cello - leave us feeling like sitting warrior. This new phenomenon, upper cross syndrome, tighten the muscles across the neck, chest, and back, resulting in …
 
In this episode, Drs. James and Dante revisit the birthplace of osteopathy: the American frontier. Once again we learn about Andrew Taylor Still and how his history of being an outsider led him to develop this uniquely American method of practicing medicine. From being labeled a heretic – which forced him to heal others in the dead of night – to wo…
 
On the last episode for the season Dr. James and Dr. Dante go back to the basics. One of the fundamental axioms of osteopathy is that the body is designed with a mechanism for self-healing. What does that mean? Perhaps more importantly--is the statement true and, if so, how can we make practical use of this mechanism. On today's episode we talk abo…
 
No matter who you are, you've probably been told to drink more water by a physician, a health and fitness coach, or a friend or family member. Hydration is crucial to wellness, but did you know it exists in a very special form in the food we eat? This gel-like water is also found in another place - your body! Join Dr. James and Dr. Dante as they di…
 
The human body is almost 70% water. Ever wonder how we manage all that fluid? What happens when it becomes stagnant? What role does it play in your health and what can you do to keep the river (lymph) than runs through you flowing. Tune in to hear Dr. James and Dr. Dante take on these topics as well as the water cycle, Texas summers, and how the me…
 
Rio Grande Valley Alliance Achieves Shared Savings Success Through Population Health Physician-led ACOs have been shown to be more successful at improving outcomes and reducing costs than hospital-run ACOs. Looking at a case study with Rio Grande Valley Health Alliance (RGVHA) ACO in South Texas, learn how 24 primary care physicians joined together…
 
Telemedicine is the fastest growing medical technology and will change the way physicians communicate with patients. This podcast explains how telemedicine provides additional touchpoints for physicians and patients in a busy family medicine practice and which telemedicine platforms can be used. Though not a replacement for in-office visits, teleme…
 
Hierarchical Condition Coding - Document and Code for Serious Illnesses for Accurate Payment Hierarchical Condition Coding (HCC) is required in capitated plans such as Medicare Advantage. Coding should be specific for the patient’s condition and well documented in the patient’s record. Understand that HCC relates to serious life-altering, life-thre…
 
Anastasia Benson, DO is a family physician and owner of Paradigm Family Health, a direct primary care practice (DPC) in Dallas, Texas. In this episode, she shares learnings about the inner workings of her DPC practice. She reviews start-up costs, and how to set pricing for patients for office visits, tests, and screening. Dr. Benson actively recrui…
 
Small things have a big impact on patients. Listen as Christopher Scuderi, DO, Associate Chair, Department of Family Medicine, U. Florida shares insightful ideas on how to improve patient satisfaction while delivering quality care. Change involves not just the physician, but everyone in the office. In reviewing feedback from patients seen in the cl…
 
This podcast is a “tell all” about starting and maintaining a successful Direct Primary Care (DPC) practice; an interesting and less complex environment for family physicians. Chris Larson, DO is the CEO of Austin, Texas-based Euphoria Health DPC, which he founded three years ago. Dr. Larson provides answers to common DPC questions about start-up c…
 
An Annual Wellness Visit, or AWV, is recommended for all Medicare Part B patients who have been on Medicare for 12 months. The AWV determines the status of the patient’s overall health, including chronic disease(s), medications, weight and BMI, and more. Dr. Robert Pedowitz explains what is included and why it is important for all Medicare Part B p…
 
The last element of the QPP is Clinical Practice Improvement Activities. These are ways your practice has improved processes, programs and care coordination to improve outcomes and the patient experience. This podcast teaches how these activities can help your practice as well as your QPP performance score. Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manag…
 
Advancing Care Information is the third element of the QPP. This is an attestation that focuses on how you are using your EMR to broaden your communication with referral physicians and your patients. The category of Advancing Care Information includes keeping your system secure and HIPPA compliant. Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manager of Pra…
 
Quality is the most important element of the CMS Quality Payment Program. This podcast summarizes the process for tracking quality outcomes during the year. It gives examples of quality measures for family physicians and how they are calculated and reported. The podcast also explains how population health can be used to improve outcomes and simplif…
 
Resource Use is the second category used in QPP. Resource Use refers to the cost to the healthcare system of treating your Medicare Part B patients. This information is gathered through Medicare Claims that you file for the year. This podcast shows how CMS figures your Resource Use score. Presented by: Debbie Sarason, ACOFP Manager of Practice Enha…
 
Nicole Bixler, DO, MBA, FACOFP discusses the various Alternative Payment Models, Medicare Advantage, Capitated Plans and Comprehensive Primary Care Plus in this podcast. She will cover key characteristics of each model to help decide which might be right for your family medicine practice.
 
Jay Shubrook, DO, FACOFP, FAAFP, Professor Primary Care Department, Touro University, College of Osteopathic Medicine, shares important information about the new CMS Diabetes Prevention Program. Dr. Shubrook discusses how to access resources and set up the program. He also explains the payments for physicians who enroll patients and the parameters …
 
The first in the series of Quality Payment Program (QPP) podcast episodes explains what is new for 2018. It also provides a brief overview of the four categories that determine your performance score – and your incentive or penalty adjustment – Quality, Resource Use, Advancing Care Information and Clinical Practice Improvement Activities. Future po…
 
Christopher Scuderi, DO discusses how successful practices place importance on creating shared and individual goals so the team clearly understands their “why.” Insuring that everyone knows their roles and responsibilities and is educated and empowered to do their tasks exclusively saves time and resources. Physician-led mutual respect is essential…
 
Christopher Scuderi, DO presents how team-based care may help your practice balance the many challenges of being a Family Physician today. The change to a value-based healthcare system and implementation of the CMS Quality Payment Program are likely the two greatest challenges. Team-based care can provide solutions for Family Physicians, eligible p…
 
Crush the COMLEX! SAACOFP and a panel of top-scoring osteopathic students from around the nation who have recently aced their COMLEX Level 1 exams share their test taking skills. Learn tips and strategies, what resources they used, how they incorporated board studying with school, and much more! Panelists: Karla Guerra, Doctor of Osteopathic Medici…
 
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