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An Incredible Journey

According to the Colon Cancer Coalition, between 1998 and 2007 colorectal cancer cases have dropped steadily in adults over 50, but they have increased by more than 2% each year in younger adults. This is a startling trend, because most young adults don’t think to get screened for colon cancer....

Team Building

By Joseph Vicari, MD, MBA

Guide to Telemedicine and Insurance during and after COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic is changing the way patients want to receive care from their healthcare providers. In a recent survey of 2,000 adults across the United States, nearly three-quarters said they would use telemedicine to undergo remote screening for COVID-19, and two-thirds said the outbreak...

COVID-19 and How it Impacts GI Doctors

The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic presents hardships and challenges for patients and healthcare providers. Physicians, nurses, and staff involved in every field of medicine, including gastroenterology (GI), will likely encounter patients already sick with the virus and patients under...

The Recall Effect

Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer death in the United States. Approximately 140,610 people are expected to be diagnosed with colorectal cancer in 2020. Regular colonoscopies and timely treatment are keys to catching colorectal cancer early and treating potential problems...

How to Transition Your Staff to Work Remote

The coronavirus disease (COVD-19) pandemic is changing how many industries, including healthcare, operate. Many businesses are sending their employees home to work remotely. Even healthcare professionals outside the front line of the pandemic are telecommuting to help stop the spread of the virus....

Making Connections

On a recent trip home from a meeting in Virginia, I stood on the train platform waiting for my ride back to Philadelphia. It was a beautiful fall morning, and I was looking forward to the four-hour ride, offering me plenty of time to get caught up on emails without interruption.

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