Program no. MB-0208H, 90 minutes
Presenters: Barry Cole, MD; Richard Thomas, RN,MBA; Ray Moreno, RPH, MBA; Richard S. Weiner, PhD
Outcome Study Participation-Necessary Today; Practical Consideration; Report Cards; Severity/Risk Adjustments; Patient Satisfaction; Outcomes Measurement: A Competitive Tool; Rewarding Successful Service; Getting Started.
Program no. MB-0915M, 30 minutes
Presenters: Mark Boswell, MD
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Presenters: Jeffery Nelson, MD
The objective of this video is to educate patients regarding their diagnosis and proper treatment when narcotic prescription medications are involved. Physicians often have minimal time and resources to do this properly face-to face: we envision this video being used in the treatment room or a separate 'education' room after a traditional office visit. This program is designed to be informative and to help the physician guide the patient away from mal-adaptive behavior. It is brief, easily understandable, and retains the patient's attention through the use of quality content and graphical displays.
Presenter: Jefferey Nelson, MD
Fibromyalgia is a wide spread pain condition that affects approximately 5% of the population. In this video Dr. Nelson provides an introduction to fibromyalgia as well as a full discussion of the challenges involved in managing and creating treatment strategies using both pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches. Aerobic exercise, physical therapy, acupuncture, hypnosis and cognitive therapy techniques are discussed as effective tools in managing the disease.
Presenter: Jefferey Nelson, MD
Dr. Nelson's practice includes treatment of many patients suffering from fibromyalgia, a wide spread pain condition that affects about 5% of the population. He provides an introduction to fibromyalgia and a full discussion of the challenges involved in managing and creating treatment strategies, including both pharmacological and non-pharmacological approaches. Aerobic exercise, physical therapy, acupuncture, hypnosis and cognitive therapy techniques are discussed as effective tools in managing the disease.
Program no. MB-1024M, 90 minutes
Presenters: David J. Baylink, MD; Robert Lindsay, MD; Michael J. Maricic, MD; Charles H. Chestnut, III, MD
Focuses on this prevalent disease, which is gaining increased attention as an important issue in woman's health and geriatric medicine. Program also focuses on the fundamentals of agents used for the treatment of osteoporosis, including side effects, efficacy, compliance, dosage regimen, and the need for additional drugs.
Program no. MB-1128M, 90 minutes
Presenters: Richard M. Pope, MD; Tom D. Geppert, MD; David E. Trentham, MD; Richard P. Pollison, MD; Lee S. Simon, MD
Principles for the diagnosis of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis, importance of early recognition, conservative management of patients - both medical and physical therapy based on pathophysiologic mechanisms, expected clinical management.
Program no. MC-0412M, 90 minutes
Presenters: Robert N. Butler, MD; Frederick T. Sherman, MD,MSc; Emily Rhinehart, RN, MPH, CPHQ; Skip Klein, CFA; John C. Rother, JD
Roundtable discussion of managed care and the older patient.