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21 Jan 2023

Curated GI articles January 20th, 2023: CellMax blood test for CRC | One GI expands in Virginia | Racial disparities in IBD

Curated GI articles January 20th, 2023:
CellMax blood test for CRC | One GI expands in Virginia | Racial disparities in IBD
Gastroenterology gains 1,128 physicians over 5 years (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Gastroenterology gained 1,128 active physicians from 2016 to 2021, according to the Association of American Medical College’s “Physician Specialty Data Report.”
One GI® Expands Virginia Footprint Again (PR Newswire)
One GI®, the Home for Independent Gastroenterology, expands Virginia footprint again with Gastroenterology Associates, PC, partnership.
Healthcare Private Equity Down But Not Out, Report Finds (RevCycleIntelligence)
2022 was the second biggest year on record for healthcare private equity despite an uncertain and inflationary market hampering activity by the end of the year.
CellMax Life Announces Positive Results From Prospective Multisite Study of Novel Blood Test to Detect Colorectal Cancer and Pre-Cancer (PR Web)
Data shows 92% sensitivity for colorectal cancer and 55% sensitivity for precancerous advanced adenomas at 91% specificity.
Focus on six key areas for successful physician partnerships (Physicians Practice)
Entering a physicians partnership is not a process that should be rushed through nor taken lightly.
Unclogging the Pipes of Your GI Practice‍ (Telebelly)
Russ Arjal MD (Co-founder and CMO, Telebelly Health) provides insights to improve GI care for patients
America’s physicians are getting older, women are gaining ground, and more data on doctors (Chief Healthcare Executive)
The Association of the American Medical Colleges released a report that offers more insight on the nation’s physician workforce.
At-home bowel cancer tests could help reduce colonoscopies (EurekAlert)
Screening for bowel cancer using at-home faecal immunochemical tests could help to reduce the frequency of colonoscopies for some at above-average risk individuals.
Blood test could help predict which patients with colon cancer need chemotherapy after surgery: Study (ABC News)
A blood test under study may soon be able to help many patients with colon cancer decide whether they need chemotherapy after surgery, or if they can safely skip it.
Digital Health Funding Slows In 2022: Is The Hype Fading Or Is It A Temporary Setback ? (Workweek)
While 2022’s total digital health funding disappointed many, it was anything but unexpected.
Regenstrief Institute research scientists study online colorectal cancer risk calculators (EurekAlert)
Regenstrief Institute and Indiana University School of Medicine research scientists have conducted a study of online colorectal cancer risk calculators.
FIT DNA Screening Results Have Multiple Implications for Follow-up Colonoscopy (GI & Endoscopy News)
Colonoscopies performed after abnormal fecal immunochemical DNA tests are associated with greater detection of lesions, longer withdrawal times and recommendations for shorter intervals.
Top 100 hospitals for gastrointestinal care by state, per Healthgrades (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
A list of top hospitals for gastrointestinal care listed by Healthgrades in 2023 by state.
MedPAC asks Congress to increase physician payments (Healio)
The Medicare Payment Advisory Commission, or MedPAC, has recently voted to recommend that Congress increase 2024 Medicare payments for physicians and other health services.
Racial Disparities Seen in Use of IBD Medical Therapy (Pharmacy Practice News)
Black patients with inflammatory bowel disease are less likely to be treated with immunomodulator or biologic therapies than white IBD patients, according to a recent study in a large U.S. cohort.
Advanced colorectal neoplasia prevalence remains low 10 years after negative colonoscopy (Healio)
Screening colonoscopy has been shown to reduce colorectal cancer incidence and mortality by enabling detection and removal of precancerous lesions.
Scant Evidence for Proton Pump Inhibitor Role in Gastric Cancer (Medscape)
The available evidence suggests that proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) do not cause gastric cancer, researchers say.
Helping your patients with NAFLD lose weight (AGA)
Hear key takeaways from AGA’s Clinical Practice Update on NAFLD management.

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SF Interview- Jactel: “Being patient centered is different than being patient driven” (NextServices)

Oshi Health Adds Distinguished Physician-Scientist and Upcoming AGA President Dr. Maria T. Abreu to Medical Advisory Board (PR Web)

Physician Sues AMA for Defamation Over 2022 Election Controversy (Medscape)

‘Clinical paradox’? Bariatric surgery may protect from GI cancers (MDedge)

Novel IgG-Based Elimination Diet Shown to Improve IBS Outcomes (GI & Endoscopy News)

EndoTheia Inc. Announces FDA Breakthrough Device Designation for Technology to Improve Endoscopic Surgery (BusinessWire)

Digesting 2022 and looking forward to 2023 in IBD therapeutics (Healio)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)ch Summit (AGA)

A 2022 Look Back: Increasing GI Expertise with 19 New Providers (MNGI Digestive Health)

Biomerica Appoints Mayo Clinic Gastroenterologist, Dr. Brian E. Lacy, to the Company’s Scientific Advisory Board (Globe Newswire)

Q&A: Gravity’s role in IBS pathogenesis, symptoms: A new hypothesis (Healio)

Dayton Gastroenterology, LLC., Now Incorporates First Artificial Intelligence System for Enhanced Colonoscopy Screenings (PR Newswire)

Longitudinal gut microbial signals are associated with weight loss: insights from a digital therapeutics program (MedRxiv)

Immune checkpoint inhibitor–related gastrointestinal adverse events (MDedge)

The effect of active video games on cognitive functioning in clinical and non-clinical populations: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (Science Direct)

AGA Offers Key Guidance on Managing Subepithelial GI Lesions (Medscape)

At J.P. Morgan healthcare conference, Exact Sciences CEO describes pivotal meeting for Cologuard development (Lab Pulse)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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15 Jan 2023

Curated GI articles January 13th, 2023: Geneoscopy CRC test shows 94% sensitivity | ModifyHealth raises $10M

Curated GI articles January 13th, 2023:
Geneoscopy CRC test shows 94% sensitivity | ModifyHealth raises $10M
Geneoscopy’s Noninvasive Colorectal Cancer Screening Test Demonstrates High Sensitivity and Specificity in Large Pivotal Clinical Trial (PR Newswire)
The CRC-PREVENT trial included 8,289 individuals with diverse racial, ethnic, and socioeconomic backgrounds across more than 2,900 zip codes in all lower 48 states.
SF Interview- Jactel: “Being patient centered is different than being patient driven” (NextServices)
In this episode, Praveen Suthrum speaks with Sam Jactel (CEO, Ayble Health) about his experience transitioning from being a GI patient to leading a digital health startup, the challenges facing the industry. Tune in to gain insights on his journey and more.
Private equity changes workforce stability in physician-owned medical practices (Medical Xpress)
The findings are the latest in a line of research to suggest private equity firms are increasing pressure to maximize profits.
ModifyHealth Secures $10 Million Series B Investment to Fuel Growing Demand for Its Medically Tailored Meals and Food as Medicine Platform (PR Newswire)
Diet-related chronic conditions continue to rise, accounting for nearly 75% of all health care dollars spent in the US.
Physician Growth Partners advises Gastroenterology Associates in transaction with One GI (EIN Newswire)
The transaction bolsters One GI’s existing Northern Virginia footprint and will accelerate their growth in the Mid-Atlantic market.
Unio Health Partners announces a partnership with inSite Digestive Health Care (PR Newswire)
Unio’s partnership with inSite represents a significant expansion of its gastroenterology business and more than doubles the size of the platform.
Colonoscopy Prep Retail Website Breach Festered for Years (Bank Info Security)
Captify Health, a colonoscopy prep-focused management services company, notified about 244,300 patients that their personal information may have been compromised during a data breach.
Vivante Health Adds Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Digital Therapeutic to GIThrive Digestive Health Platform (Vivante Health)
The new feature, called IThrive™, is the first CBT solution to be integrated into a comprehensive digestive health platform that has been proven to reduce healthcare spend and improve participants’ quality of life.
‘Spread the wealth,’ utilize team-based care to combat growing GI provider shortage (Healio)
The phenomenon of people retiring early because of burnout or leaving their institutions to work in a different field is detailed in the cover story.
Proximal ADR could become important new quality metric (MDedge)
Dr. Kosinski and colleagues analyzed retrospective claims data from all colonoscopies performed between 2016-2018.
Key Insights on Diagnostic Tools for NASH (GI Insights)
Dr. Charles Turck joins Dr. Kenneth Cusi to dive into diagnostic guidelines and share the latest updates on these tools.
The Coming Collapse of the U.S. Health Care System (TIME)
The massive financial drain imposed by staff shortages and use of locums has led to many health care facilities reaching the point of financial instability.
American College of Gastroenterology Guidelines Update: Diagnosis and Management of Celiac Disease (ACG)
This guideline presents an update to the 2013 ACG Guideline on the Diagnosis and Management of Celiac Disease with updated recommendations for the evaluation and management of patients with celiac disease.
What The FTC’s Proposed Ban on Noncompete Agreements Could Mean for Physicians, Other Clinicians (Medscape)
Many doctors would like to see noncompete agreements vanish, but some physicians still favor them.
John Carethers (President, AGA): Advice to build your career (AGA)
In this episode Dr. John Carethers, the current AGA President discusses career advice and about his important 80/20 rule in decision-making.
Digital health needs to prove its impact to providers, or go the way of the buffalo (Medical Economics)
As a barometer of the digital landscape, HLTH showed the digital health community must cut through the hype and start delivering better tools to physicians and patients.
Colonoscopies save lives. Why did a trial suggest they might not? (Nature)
A major clinical study raised questions about one of the most celebrated cancer-screening procedures available, but a close look at the data tells a different story.
Capital Digestive Care Announces Three Key Executive Leadership Changes (Globe Newswire)
The company’s board of directors has elected Dr. Roderick Kreisberg to be its president and chief operating officer and Dr. Dan Neumann to be its president and chief strategy officer.

More Hot headlines in GI

Register: 2023 AGA Tech Summit (AGA)

A 2022 Look Back: Increasing GI Expertise with 19 New Providers (MNGI Digestive Health)

Biomerica Appoints Mayo Clinic Gastroenterologist, Dr. Brian E. Lacy, to the Company’s Scientific Advisory Board (Globe Newswire)

Q&A: Gravity’s role in IBS pathogenesis, symptoms: A new hypothesis (Healio)

Dayton Gastroenterology, LLC., Now Incorporates First Artificial Intelligence System for Enhanced Colonoscopy Screenings (PR Newswire)

Longitudinal gut microbial signals are associated with weight loss: insights from a digital therapeutics program (MedRxiv)

Immune checkpoint inhibitor–related gastrointestinal adverse events (MDedge)

The effect of active video games on cognitive functioning in clinical and non-clinical populations: A meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials (Science Direct)

AGA Offers Key Guidance on Managing Subepithelial GI Lesions (Medscape)

At J.P. Morgan healthcare conference, Exact Sciences CEO describes pivotal meeting for Cologuard development (Lab Pulse)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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13 Jan 2023

Sam Jactel, CEO of Ayble Health: “Being patient centered is different than being patient driven”

Sam Jactel, CEO of Ayble Health:
“Being patient centered is different than being patient driven”
At the end of the interview, Sam Jactel, GI patient turned CEO talks about Thomas Nagel the philosopher. In a paper from 1974, Nagel famously asked us to contemplate “What is it like to be a bat?” He suggested that you may be able to study the behavior of a bat but you can never really know what it’s like to be one.
Sam takes that analogy to his own GI condition. He was tired of looking for answers within the industry. He was tired of not being seen or heard. And he ended up figuring out a solution that worked for him. Then he thought why not help other patients like him. That prompted him to go from being the CEO of his own condition to becoming the founder and CEO of Ayble Health. This digital GI startup has raised $4.6 million from investors.
Watch this incredible interview. It’s a sign of the times. Expect more patients to become digital healthcare providers because the industry isn’t stepping up enough.
◘  From being a patient to becoming a CEO: The story behind starting up Ayble Health
◘  What is really missing in the GI industry?
◘  “The needs of the patients are either filtered or not heard”
◘  “The challenge that I have with GI and healthcare, in general, is that…”
◘  “Being patient-centered is different than being patient-driven”
◘  “With the tools that we have at our disposal, we are not driving optimal outcomes for patients like myself”
◘  “There aren’t even enough GIs to meet demand”
◘  Ayble Health raised $4.6 million. What triggered investor interest?
◘   The business model
◘  “We are part of the UCSF Rosenman Institute ADAPT program”
◘  The startup’s payment model
◘  Is the use of AI and machine learning really necessary?
◘  Is there a need for more and more digital GI companies?
◘  “We want patients to be seen”
◘  The future of GI & healthcare
◘  “I think that there’s too big of a gap currently between the claims that companies make in digital health and the evidence that supports it”

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09 Jan 2023

Curated GI articles January 7th, 2023: One GI, Gastro Health expand | FDA nod for OverC multi-cancer blood test | Amazon to buy practices?

Curated GI articles January 7th, 2023:
One GI, Gastro Health expand | FDA nod for OverC multi-cancer blood test | Amazon to buy practices?
One GI® Continues Tennessee Expansion (PR Newswire)
One GI, the home for independent gastroenterology, continues its Tennessee market expansion with Skyline Gastroenterology and Skyline Endoscopy partnerships.
Gastro Health Finalizes Partnership with Gastroenterology Associates in Olympia (Gastro Health)
Gastro Health, a national leading medical group specializing in digestive and liver health, has finalized a partnership with Gastroenterology Associates in Olympia, Washington.
GI physician shortage ‘a significant concern’ affecting both providers, patients (Healio)
The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has predicted that there will be a shortage of gastroenterologists in the near future due to increasing demand for healthcare providers.
AI Revolution in Gastroenterology Is Closer Than We Think (Medscape)
The once-futuristic technology is producing tangible results in the here and now, says Dr. Ben Levy.
FDA Grants Breakthrough Device Designation to A Multi-Cancer Detecting Blood Test (Cancer Network)
The blood test is intended for use in detecting a range of cancers—including liver and lung cancer—among adults ages 50 to 75 years.
Private equity insights from 2022 (Healio)
Healio’s Inside Private Equity blog series features legal insights on physician practice consolidation from Allison W. Shuren, JD, MSN, and J. Matthew Owens.
New York gastroenterologist to pay $1.4M for Medicare billing fraud (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
From October 2015 through February 2020, the defendant submitted over $3 million in billings to Medicare for gastroenterological procedures that were not performed.
AGA Guidelines Update for IBS Accent Need for Personalized Medicine (GI & Endoscopy News)
Since the AGA’s first IBS technical review in 2014, new treatments have become available and evidence for some of the existing treatments has grown.
How Mayo Clinic will accelerate Endiatx’s PillBot development (Medical Design & Outsourcing)
The latest version of Endiatx’s PillBot is shorter than any pillcam on the market and has a diameter equal to or lesser than any other pillcam.
The 6 challenges facing health care in 2023—and how to handle them (Advisory Board)
With input from stakeholders across the industry, Modern Healthcare outlines six challenges health care is likely to face in 2023—and what leaders can do about them.
Weight loss management … a new frontier? (MDedge)
Experts discuss the advantages of medicine, lifestyle management and endoscopic therapies for obesity treatment.
Physician group practices struggle with bundled payments: study (Fierce Healthcare)
When compared to hospitals, physician-group practices don’t fare quite as well in bundled payment arrangements, according to a new study.
Why I decided to get an MBA after becoming a private practice gastroenterologist (MDedge)
Dr. Vasu Appalaneni (Practicing gastroenterologist at Dayton Gastroenterology & Executive VP of Clinical Innovation at One GI) shares her experience.
The Future of Polyp Detection with Dr. Shrujal Baxi Iterative Health (Empowered Patient Radio)
Dr. Shrujal Baxi (Medical oncologist and CMO at Iterative Health) discusses the developments in colonoscopy and endoscopy technology she is most excited about.
Study reveals common, serious gut disorder is often misdiagnosed (The Print)
The research found that many individuals have similar symptoms to other gut- and brain related-disorders, such as functional dyspepsia and gastroparesis, leading to misdiagnosis.
metaMe Health Gains Worldwide Licensing Rights to Gut-Directed Hypnotherapy Protocol for Functional Dyspepsia (HCP Live)
Agreement with Dr. Sarah Kinsinger and Dr. Olafur Palsson gives metaMe Health global rights to develop and market the digital therapeutic.
Amazon Could Fuel Doctor Buyouts In 2023 If One Medical Deal Goes Through (Forbes)
The already hot market of buying physician practices is about to get even hotter should Amazon’s proposed acquisition of One Medical win regulatory approval.
Podcast: John Carethers (part 1): Deep dive with the AGA president (AGA)
Hosts Drs. Matthew Whitson, Nina Nandy, and CS Tse sit down with AGA President Dr. John Carethers in this two-part special to chat about his career and how his involvement with AGA has impacted him.

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Register: 2023 AGA Tech Summit (AGA)

GI Alliance Announces Appointment of Two Industry Leaders to the Board of Managers (PR Newswire)

Silicon Valley is coming for your gut biome (CNBC)

Roivant touts Phase II win for Pfizer-partnered ulcerative colitis drug (FirstWord Pharma)

Promising Role of ctDNA Is Explored in GI Malignancies (Targeted Oncology)

Saint Joseph Hospital Using New Technology for Colorectal Cancer Screenings (Saint Joseph Hospital)

Magic Leap 2 Is The First AR Device to Receive 60601 Certification For Use In The Operating Room (Magic Leap)

Are single-use scopes the way of the future? (ASGE)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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24 Dec 2022

Curated GI articles December 23rd, 2022: Olympus to takeover AI in GI startup for $80M | Freenome joins CRC liquid biopsy competitors

Curated GI articles December 23rd, 2022:
Olympus to takeover AI in GI startup for $80M | Freenome joins CRC liquid biopsy competitors
What the omnibus bill means for GI (AGA)
The $1.7 trillion omnibus appropriations bill that Congress recently released contains positive news for GI.
SF Interview: “Physicians Are At The Epicenter Of Changing The Way We Live Our Lives” (NextServices)
Learn why (and how) AGA chose to go down the route of venture investing, why the market opportunity for GI is enormous, how to invest and participate in the GI Opportunity fund, and more in this exclusive Scope Forward interview.
Medicare and Insurance Policy Updates in 2023 Will Improve Cancer Screening Access by Removing Patient Colonoscopy Cost Following a Positive Cologuard Test (PR Newswire)
The policy changes require Medicare and most commercial insurers to pay for colonoscopy after a positive Cologuard® test without cost to the patient.
The biggest obstacles the gastroenterology industry faces (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Shrujal Baxi, MD, chief medical officer at Iterative Health, discusses the biggest obstacles the gastroenterology industry faces today on a patient, provider and pharmaceutical level.
Olympus agrees to $80M takeover of artificial intelligence endoscopy startup Odin Vision (Medtech Dive)
Odin is a London-based developer of Caddie and Cadu, cloud-based AI systems that are designed to help detect and characterize cancerous and precancerous tissues during colonoscopies and gastroscopies.
Private Equity & Healthcare: Antitrust Enforcement In 2023–PE Roll-Ups In The Cross Hairs (Mondaq)
As we move into the new year, private equity firms engaging in healthcare transactions should take into account recent enforcement actions and guidance from the agencies.
Investing in the Future of Chronic Care Management in Gastroenterology (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Allied Digestive Health’s Chief Medical Officer, Nadeem Baig, MD shares his insight on the benefits and future of chronic care management.
Freenome CEO Mike Nolan talks colorectal cancer test, clinical trials (Medtech Dive)
The San Francisco-based company recently enrolled in a clinical trial for its blood-based cancer test but faces competition in the market for minimally invasive cancer tests.
I asked a bunch of health-tech experts for their not boring ’23 predictions (Second Opinion)
A group of experts from different areas of the healthcare sector makes predictions about a specific aspect of their field including biosecurity, mission-critical tools, rising medical costs, and more.
Patients With Gastrointestinal Conditions Consider Telehealth Equivalent to In-Person Care (Gastro Journal)
The aim of this analysis was to compare patient experience with telehealth with in-person office visits across multiple community-based private gastroenterology practices.
AI versus other interventions for colonoscopy: How do they compare? (MDedge)
Colonoscopies with artificial intelligence demonstrate significantly better adenoma detection rates (ADRs) than most other endoscopic interventions, according to a new report.
Should You Quit Employment to Open a Practice? These Docs Share How They Did It (Medscape)
Last year, the American Medical Association found that, for the first time, less than half of all physicians work in private practice. But does employment mean happiness?
Cleveland Clinic gastroenterologist charged with assaulting patients (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
A Cleveland Clinic gastroenterologist accused of assaulting three patients during exams has been fired, a hospital spokesperson confirmed.
Virtual nurses, bots, AI: Digital health predictions for ’23 (Becker’s Healthcare)
A “headline-grabbing” health system/digital health company merger? Less digital health investment from hospitals? These are some of the digital health forecasts made by health system chief digital officers for 2023.
2022’s Top 10 Gastroenterology Publications (Medscape)
A list of 10 articles compiled by Medscape offers the greatest practice-changing implications, now and in the years to come.
US Digestive Health Announces Eight New Physician Hires (Benzinga)
The rapidly expanding practice has increased hiring in 2022-23 as patient demand for accessible, high-quality GI care continues to increase.
Gastro Health in 2022: 10 moves (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Miami-based Gastro Health continued to expand in 2022, with 10 major industry moves and partnerships.
Airtel, Apollo, AWS carry out India’s first 5G-driven, AI-guided colonoscopy (Economic Times)
The AI-guided colonoscopy procedure helped in image processing in real-time, and will enable an “extra pair of eyes” for physicians and improves the detection rate of polyps.

More Hot headlines in GI

Top 100 Digital Health Companies In 2022 (The Medical Futurist)

Endoscopic Tattooing: When and How to Do It (GI & Endoscopy News)

Commonly used food dye may trigger Crohn’s, IBDs and Ulcerative Colitis (Medical Dialogues)

2023 forecast: Providers embrace start of new requirements on health equity (Fierce Healthcare)

VIDEO: Physicians should rely on clinical expertise as foundation for social media presence (Healio)

Register: 2023 AGA Tech Summit (AGA)

Expert Perspectives on Guideline Updates for NASH (ReachMD)

Genetic Counseling, Testing Is Suboptimal In Young-Onset CRC (GI & Endoscopy News)

Gut-Brain Axis: The Connection Between Illnesses of the Digestive and Nervous Systems (Neuroscience News)

Potential Therapy for an Aggressive Type of Colon Cancer Identified in Preclinical Studies (Weil Cornell Medicine)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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22 Dec 2022

“Physicians are at the epicenter of changing the way we live our lives” – AGA launches GI Opportunity Fund

“Physicians are at the epicenter of changing the way we live our lives”
AGA launches GI Opportunity Fund
Scope Forward has always been about finding the way forward for gastroenterology. Naturally I was excited that a leading GI society such as the American Gastroenterological Association (AGA) was scoping forward  by launching a venture capital fund called the GI Opportunity Fund (in partnership with Varia Ventures).
What was even more exciting is that AGA chose to invest in Virgo to launch the fund. I interviewed Virgo’s cofounder Matt Schwartz earlier this year – we talked about the value of data in GI.
In this interview, you’ll learn from Tom Serena (CEO of AGA) on why (and  how) AGA chose to go down the route of venture investing. How the market opportunity for GI is enormous. How to invest and participate in this fund? If you are an entrepreneur, how to land an investment.
More importantly, you’ll understand the central premise of this interview. As Andrea Vossler, Cofounder and Managing Director of Varia Ventures said, physicians are the epicenter of medical care. You are the ones who are innovating. It’s time to step forward and make your ideas into a reality. If you listen closely, Matt has this one piece of advice for GI entrepreneurs.
◘  Why is AGA getting into venture investing
◘  “We have been staying sharply focused on GI”
◘  “The market opportunity for GI is enormous”
◘  What kind of GI or health tech companies will Varia invest in?
◘  How will the GI Opportunity Fund help Virgo?
◘  What benefits does Virgo offer to the GI community?
◘  What kind of exit horizon do these investments have?
◘  “Our goal is to get Virgo integrated into as many health systems around the globe as quickly as possible”
◘  “Pivoting,” within a large organization such as the AGA
◘  How will the GI Opportunity Fund evolve in the coming years?
◘  “We’re all looking at private equity and how that’s going to affect not just GI but us”
◘  “Physicians are right in the epicenter of changing the way that we live our lives” 
◘  What is the process of becoming an investor in the fund?
◘  What is the typical size of the investments that the fund makes?
◘  The number one piece of advice to entrepreneurs in the GI space
◘  What is the future of GI? 

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17 Dec 2022

Curated GI articles December 16th, 2022: FDA-approved, Medicare-paid blood test for CRC | Microbiome kits are the Wild West of Gut Health

Curated GI articles December 16th, 2022:
FDA-approved, Medicare-paid blood test for CRC | Microbiome kits are the Wild West of Gut Health
Good news, bad news for GI in 2023 CMS physician fee schedule (MDedge)
CMS uses its annual updates of the Physician Fee Schedule to make myriad policy decisions, with the 2023 version of the rule running close to 3,000 pages.
Healthcare dealmaking will heat up in 2023 with plenty of corporate cash, PE ‘dry powder’ (Fierce Healthcare)
Increasing transaction volumes and players embracing value-based care—coupled with large levels of corporate cash and private equity “dry powder”—are leading to continued expansion for deal volumes.
A frozen capital market and an insurance premium shock: 10 health care predictions for 2023 from top investors (Fortune)
A list of annual healthcare predictions for 2023 published by Fortune, covering a range of topics such as the potential consequences of new weight loss drugs, a record number of health tech M&A, and the expected uptake of ICHRAs and more.
Guardant Health announces positive results from pivotal ECLIPSE study evaluating a blood test for the detection of colorectal cancer (Business Wire)
The results will pave the way for first potential FDA-approved and Medicare-reimbursed blood test for colorectal cancer screening.
Performance and comparison of artificial intelligence and human experts in the detection and classification of colonic polyps (BMC Gastroenterology)
The study aims was to analyze the performance of different AI models in endoscopic colonic polyp detection and classification and compare them with doctors with different experiences.
Nanotechnology Could Help Us Cure IBD (Medscape)
University of Wisconsin-Madison researchers are developing nanoparticles — particles measuring between 1 and 100 nanometers (one-billionth of a meter) — designed to treat IBD, including Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.
Microbiome Home Test Kits Are The Wild West Of Gut Health (Inverse)
Direct-to-consumer gut microbiome tests are increasingly popular, but experts argue they may do more harm than good.
Iterative Health Partners with Gastro Health to Accelerate Clinical Research in Gastroenterology Through Artificial Intelligence (Business Wire)
The partnership brings Iterative Health’s AI Recruitment technology to Gastro Health to help identify patients for clinical trials.
December Issue of The American Journal of Gastroenterology (AJG)
The December issue of The AJG introduces new hypothesis on gravity’s role in IBS, Multi-Society findings on diversity, equity, and inclusion, and plan for GI in mitigating climate change.
4 Key Predictions for Health Care in 2023 and How to Respond (American Hospital Association)
Based on forecasts, provider organizations can expect significant evolutionary changes in optimizing patient engagement, the expanding role of retail clinics, and upheaval in venture capital funding for healthcare startups.
Capsule Endoscopy Prep in the Colon Low-Volume Regimens Work Fine (GI & Endoscopy News)
For bowel prep before colon capsule endoscopy, two low-volume regimens were as effective or superior to a standard high-volume prep according to a study.
New advances in surveillance and screening in Barrett’s esophagus (AGA)
AGA provides guidance for using existing methodologies as well as emerging and novel screening technologies.
Risk stratification may improve NAFLD intervention in obese, overweight populations (Healio)
Results from a meta-analysis underscored the need to improve understanding of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease burden and management in at-risk individuals who are overweight and obese.
An Overview of Guideline Updates for IBS-C (ReachMD)
Dr. Peter Buch dives into these guideline recommendations with Dr. Arnold Wald, a Professor of Medicine at the University of Wisconsin.
metaMe Health Named to the 2022 CB Insights Digital Health Top 150 List (HCP Live)
metaMe Health is recognized by industry leaders worldwide for their achievements in pioneering prescription digital therapeutics (PDTs) for gastrointestinal conditions.
Standards for Endoscope Safety And Reprocessing (GI & Endoscopy News)
Experts from across the country have distilled multiple sets of guidelines into a new standard of care for endoscope safety.
Gastro Health and Lynx.MD Partner to Create the Largest Repository of Real-World Clinical Data in the Gastroenterology Space (Gastro Health)
The collaboration creates a repository of real-world evidence that can be used for research that improves the quality of GI care.
Physician leadership is needed now more than ever (Medical Economics)
Today’s healthcare environment presents outstanding opportunities for physicians to develop lasting improvements in care delivery by demonstrating and providing leadership.

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Apollo-Backed GI Alliance Names Katten Partner as Legal Chief (Bloomberg Law)

5 gastroenterology ASCs to know (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)

Dr. James C. Hobley receives award from the American College of Gastroenterology (KTBS)

Boston hospitals booked solid for colonoscopies (Boston 25 News)

Scoop: Commons Clinic clinches $11M for specialty care (AXIOS)

ASGE, Surgical Science collaborate on GI endoscopy simulation-based curricula (Healio)

Dayton VA only Ohio VA using artificial intelligence to find colorectal cancer (Dayton Daily News)

NAFLD ‘not fit for purpose’: Experts debate impact of changing name vs. definition (Healio)

Subcutaneous Infliximab And the FODMAP Diet (GI & Endoscopy News)

Santa Clara patients wait 6+ months to be seen by pediatric GIs, internal memo alleges (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)

It’s Not Just The Elevator — Endoscope Channels Are Dirty, Too (Single-Use Endoscopy)

The Academy for Surgical Coaching and SAGES Pilot First-of-its-Kind Coaching Program for Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons as They Transition to Practice (PR Newswire)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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10 Dec 2022

Curated GI articles December 9th, 2022: Self-powered gut sensor | Virtual yoga for IBS | GIThrive app acts as patient intake service

Curated GI articles December 9th, 2022:
Self-powered gut sensor | Virtual yoga for IBS | GIThrive app acts as patient intake service
GI payments face steep cuts unless Congress acts (AGA)
GIs who treat Medicare patients will face cuts up to 8.5 percent in the new year unless Congress intervenes.
GI pay in 2022: 10 statistics (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Gastroenterologists earned $453,000 on average during 2022, with compensation fluctuating based on practice setting and length of employment.
AI in GI Needs to Catch Up to Other Fields (GI & Endoscopy News)
As gastroenterology continues to incorporate artificial intelligence strategies, it will be important to learn from the experience of other disciplines that are further advanced in their AI applications.
Iterative Health Named to the 2022 CB Insights’ Digital Health 150 List (Business Wire)
Iterative Health, a pioneer in the application of advanced AI tools in GI has raised $195M in funding to date. Dr. Jonathan Ng (Founder & CEO, Iterative Health) was recently interviewed on The Scope Forward Show. Watch the interview here.
Algorithm Improves Predictions of Recurrent CRC, Provides Another Tool for GIs (GI & Endoscopy News)
An algorithm developed by researchers at Mayo Clinic successfully improved predictions of colorectal cancer recurrence in a recent multinational study.
Innovative Self-Powered Ingestible Sensor Opens New Avenues for Gut Research (Newswise)
UC San Diego Researchers develop a self-powered ingestible sensor system designed to monitor metabolites in the small intestine over time.
Virtual care technology, clinical team tackle digestive health challenges (Healthleaders)
The GIThrive app by Vivante Health acts as a patient intake service, referring users to Vivante Health’s virtual-based clinical team or to brick-and-mortar physicians.
Robotic versus laparoscopic surgery for middle and low rectal cancer (ScienceDirect)
The study aims to compare surgical quality and long-term oncological outcomes of robotic and conventional laparoscopic surgery in patients with middle and low rectal cancer.
Physicians React: Loving, Loathing Working for a Health System (Medscape)
Working for a health system or other medical employer has its perks and downsides for physicians, as per a Medscape survey.
What Every GI Provider Should Know: Dietary Guidelines Update For IBS (GI & Endoscopy News)
In this video, Carolyn Newberry, MD, and Jennifer Katz, MD, discuss salient points from the clinical practice update, homing in on practical recommendations for clinicians treating IBS patients.
AnX Robotica Partners with GastroGPO, a Specialty Networks Company (Newswise)
The addition of the NaviCam MCCE will allow GastroGPO members to offer a sedation free, minimally invasive diagnostic test to visualize the esophagus and stomach.
The road to Oz: 5 ways physicians can finally reach the promised land of value-based care (Medical Economics)
Over a decade after being promised change was on the way, physicians and other providers can start taking tangible steps towards a better system.
Managing Postoperative Crohn’s Disease: Key Therapeutic Approaches (ReachMD)
Dr. Peter Buch dives into this topic with Dr. Robert Battat, the Director of the Center for Clinical and Translational Research for Inflammatory Bowel Disease at the University of Montreal.
Virtual yoga program appears to improve IBS symptoms, fatigue, stress (MDedge)
An online yoga program appears to be effective, feasible, and safe for patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), according to a new report.
Telemedicine increases access to care and optimizes practice revenue (MDedge)
The prevalence of gastrointestinal illness, the size of the market, and the growing difficulty in gaining access to care makes it natural to consider whether virtual care may benefit patients and GI practices alike.
Mental Health, Psychiatric Comorbidities in IBD, Crohn Disease (Consultant 360)
In this podcast, Charles Bernstein, MD, speaks about how psychiatric comorbidities that occur in patients with Crohn’s disease differ from other IBD disorders, the collaboration necessary within the clinician care team managing patients with IBD.
5 gastroenterologists to know (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
A list of five gastroenterologists to know, as compiled by Becker’s Healthcare.
The Top 5 Healthcare Trends In 2023 (Forbes)
The article provides an overview of what the most important trends of the next 12 months will be.

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Shineco granted US patent, FDA marketing approval for fecal specimen sampling device (Healio)

Ohio Gastroenterology Adds Digital Pre- and Post-care Engagement Tools Through Orbita Platform (PR Newswire)

AGA ‘applauds FDA’ for first approved fecal microbiota biotherapeutic (Healio)

CMS gives providers breathing room on looming advanced good faith cost estimates (Fierce Healthcare)

Olympus Announces EMEA Expansion of Exclusive Partnership with EndoClot Plus, Inc. (PR Newswire)

Dr. Hau Liu Joins Vivante Health as Chief Medical Officer (PR Newswire)

4 gastroenterology ASCs built or proposed in 2022 (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)

Walgreens Has a New Offer That’s Even Better Than Amazon (TheStreet)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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03 Dec 2022

Curated GI articles December 2nd, 2022: One GI continues expansion | AGA’s venture capital fund makes first investment in Virgo | A $615M endobariatric deal

Curated GI articles December 2nd, 2022:
One GI continues expansion | AGA’s venture capital fund makes first investment in Virgo | A $615M endobariatric deal
What the election results mean for GI (AGA)
The majorities in both chambers are razor thin and compromises will need to be made to pass funding bills and other priorities.
One GI Continues Eastern US Expansion (PR Newswire)
One GI®, a gastroenterology management services organization, has partnered with The Colon, Stomach, and Liver Center (CSL) and Loudoun Endoscopy Group in Lansdowne, VA.
AI-Fueled Endoscopy Capture and Clinical Trials Platform, Virgo Surgical Video Solutions, Receives Support From American Gastroenterological Association Venture Fund (Newswire)
Virgo is the fund’s first investment. Through the venture fund, GIs can join AGA to invest in fast-growing, early-stage companies that are transforming care for patients with digestive disease.
Boston Scientific to buy Apollo Endosurgery for $615M as entry into endobariatric market (Medtech Dive)
The acquisition may complement Boston Scientific’s endoscopy business as it targets GI endoscopists while allowing the company to enter the endobariatric market.
What gastroenterology leaders are most excited about (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Gastroenterology leaders are keeping their eyes on technological innovations as the field continues to evolve.
With FDA nod for its fecal microbiome therapy, Ferring becomes No. 1 in No. 2 (Fierce Pharma)
U.S. officials have approved the first pharmaceutical-grade version of fecal transplant procedures that doctors have increasingly used against hard-to-treat intestinal infections.
Debating the Clinical Trial Upending Colonoscopy Practices (Medscape)
Dr. David Johnson and Dr. Kenny Lin discuss colon cancer screening, the controversial NEJM colonoscopy study, and more.
$15M malpractice suit brought against Virginia GI center alleging medical negligence (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
The lawsuit alleges that the hospital was negligent by failing to provide a GI specialist, failing to implement a contingency plan.
Novel Liquid Biopsy Found More Reliable For Diagnosing NASH Than Current Strategies (GI & Endoscopy News)
A novel liquid biopsy has proven to be accurate, sensitive and specific in diagnosing the presence and severity of nonalcoholic steatohepatitis/liver fibrosis and is more reliable than currently used biomarkers.
Could Gut-Directed Hypnotherapy Be The Answer To Irritable Bowel Syndrome? (Women’s Health)
According to some experts, gut-directed hypnotherapy is worth looking into for patients dealing with irritable bowel syndrome or other gastrointestinal woes.
Navigating the Therapeutic Landscape for IBD (ReachMD)
Dr. Peter Buch speaks with Dr. Aline Charabaty from the Sibley Memorial Hospital on available medications, and the development of new therapeutics for IBD.
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Gastroenterology and Hepatology: A Survey of Where We Stand (AJG)
The survey aimed to assess current perspectives of racial and ethnic workforce diversity and healthcare disparities among gastroenterology (GI) and hepatology professionals in the United States.
New study provides evidence for three-year interval for multi-target stool DNA screening for those at average risk of colon cancer (Regenstrief Institute)
The results suggest that at least a three-year interval between screenings using this method is clinically appropriate.
Most patients say their healthcare provider’s digital tools are underwhelming, survey finds (MM+M)
Patients are struggling with their healthcare provider’s digital tools despite increased investment in the technology, according to a new notable survey.
The EMR/ESD Hybrid or Precutting EMR Endoscopic Resection Technique (GI & Endoscopy News)
The article shows a technique of advanced endoscopic resection to improve complete entrapment and resection of colorectal, esophageal and stomach lesions.
Weird Theory Suggests IBS Caused by Body’s Inability to Manage Gravity (Newsweek)
A new theory about the underlying causes of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) suggests that the condition could result from the body’s inability to withstand gravity.

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Dr. Jonathan Ng, CEO of Iterative Health: Not using computer vision is a barrier to health equity. But will it replace GIs? (NextServices)

ASGE to collaborate on endoscopy simulation training (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)

2 gastroenterologists making headlines (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)

Phenotype-tailored diets ‘set patients up for success’ in weight loss, health outcomes (Healio)

Personalis and UCSF to Study Clinical Utility of ctDNA for Treatment Response in Colorectal Cancer (Business Wire)

All Physicians Are Leaders: American Association for Physician Leadership to Debut Annual Conference in Chicago, Illinois June 9-11, 2023 (PR Newswire)

CRO start­up Vial scores $67M Se­ries B led by General Catalyst (Endpoints News)

Salix Pharmaceuticals Culminates Year-Long Constipation Awareness Campaign with New Social Media and Digital Initiatives Empowering Patients to Discuss Their Symptoms with a Health Care Provider (Investing News)

The TikTok Trend That Triggered a Diabetes Drug Shortage (Medscape)

HHS Moving into 2023 with Eyes on Health Equity, Public-Private Partnerships in Value-Based Programs (Hospice News)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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19 Nov 2022

Curated GI articles November 18th, 2022: New virtual GI startup raises $4.6M | The next 5 years of GI | 28% drop in physician income

Curated GI articles November 18th, 2022:
New virtual GI startup raises $4.6M | The next 5 years of GI | 28% drop in physician income
Ayble seeded $4.6M for virtual digestive care (Axios)
Ayble is a clinically-backed digital health platform that provides holistic care for people with GI conditions.
Sick Profit: Investigating Private Equity’s Stealthy Takeover of Health Care Across Cities and Specialties (KHN)
Private equity firms have shelled out almost $1 trillion to acquire nearly 8,000 healthcare businesses, which has led to higher prices, lawsuits, and complaints about care.
First “Global State of Digital Health Report” Tapping into 200 Million Data Points Examining over 12,000 Digital Health Ventures Released At HLTH (PR Newswire)
Among the top 5 most invested therapeutic areas, gastroenterology was the only one that saw an increase in funding (2%) from 2021 to 2022.
The next 5 years of gastroenterology (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Neal Kaushal, MD, a gastroenterologist at Adventist Health’s Foothill Specialty Group connected with Becker’s to discuss how he sees the gastroenterology industry evolving over the next five years.
A coup for poo: why the world’s first faecal transplant approval matters (The Guardian)
In a world first for fecal transplants, a company in Australia has been given the go-ahead to syringe a treatment derived from a donor’s stool into a recipient’s colon as a way of kicking a certain type of bowel infection.
Artificial intelligence-aided colonoscopy does not increase cancer detection (Medical Xpress)
Adenoma and polyp detection rates (ADR/PDR) are lower with use of artificial intelligence-aided colonoscopy (AIAC), according to a study published in the November issue of The American Journal of Gastroenterology.
VIDEO: Patient compliance with vibrating capsule linked to improved constipation outcomes (Healio)
In a Healio video exclusive, Eamonn Quigley, MD, reported increased compliance to an orally ingested vibrating capsule predicted positive outcomes among patients with chronic idiopathic constipation.
Amazon launches virtual health service with Amazon Clinic (MobiHealthNews)
The clinic will operate in 32 states in the U.S. Costs of the consultations will vary, though patients will be provided up-front pricing.
IBD specialists, and nonphysician practitioners have a greater EHR burden in gastroenterology (Healio)
Understanding the EHR burden of gastroenterologists is crucial to maintaining a strong workforce.
New guidance: managing subepithelial lesions during endoscopies (AGA)
Experts share 10 pieces of best practice advice.
28% of physicians’ income has dropped in the last year (Becker’s ASC)
Twenty-eight percent of physicians have reported a drop in income in the last year, according to the Physicians Foundation’s “2022 Survey of America’s Physicians”.
AGA releases 10 best practice statements for management of refractory celiac disease (Healio)
In an expert review published in Gastroenterology, AGA provided updated guidance for the diagnosis and management of refractory celiac disease, including supportive and therapeutic treatment options and recommendations for monitoring.
IBD and Ulcerative Colitis Resources for Clinicians (ACG)
The 5-part clinician education video series provides key takeaways on managing IBD informed by the ACG Crohn’s Disease & Ulcerative Colitis Guidelines.
Mandeep Sawhney, MD, MS, FASGE, Discusses ASGE Guidelines on Pancreatic Cancer Screening (GI & Endoscopy News)
Lead author Mandeep S. Sawhney, MD a gastroenterologist at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School, speaks about forming the new evidence-based guidelines and clinical implications for GIs.
National Database Results: Upper GI Bleeding Rates Are Rising (GI & Endoscopy News)
Recent trends in gastrointestinal bleeding rates derived from the Nationwide Emergency Department Sample present both bad and good news.
HLTH 2022: What is the potential of value-based care? (Medical Economics)
Despite its challenges, value-based care has shown great promise in improving health outcomes and access to care, particularly among traditionally underserved or high-risk patient populations.
Finding Community Through Girls With Guts (how its network works to empower women with IBD and ostomy) (Gastro Broadcast)
Dr. Rosenberg interviews Jenny Harrison, who is the director of communications of Girls with Guts, a non-profit organization that supports and empowers women with inflammatory bowel disease and/or ostomies.
Doctors urge screening for autoimmune disorders for patients with celiac disease (MDedge)
CD specialists differ on the need for universal cross-screening but agree that, at least in some cases, people with one autoimmune disorder should be tested for others.

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ICYMI: SF Interview- Dr. Jonathan Ng, CEO of Iterative Health: Not using computer vision is a barrier to health equity. But will it replace GIs? (NextServices)

Global prevalence of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease and non-alcoholic steatohepatitis in the overweight and obese population: a systematic review and meta-analysis (The Lancet GI & Hepatology)

Olympus applauds CMS move to expand access to colonoscopies (Mass Device)

What SonarMD Heard at HLTH: Day 1 (SonarMD)

Oracle is ‘jumping in the water’ in healthcare | HLTH Conference (Chief Healthcare Executive)

IBD Tied to Increased Risk for Malnutrition And Micronutrient Deficiency (GI & Endoscopy News)

More Weight Loss With Surgery Than New Obesity Meds: Meta-Analysis (Medscape)

Hoag Welcomes Dr. Catherine Ngo to Head Digestive Health Institute Motility Program (PR Newswire)

AMA chief: Stop the harassment and threats against doctors (Medical Economics)

New York GI practice to become part of UVM Health Network (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)

Mayo Clinic launches digital referee for spotting potential bias in healthcare AI programs (Fierce Biotech)

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (Scope Forward Show/NextServices)

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