Curated GI articles October 7th, 2022: US Digestive Health expands into Delaware | Gastro Health’s 4th acquisition in Ohio

Curated GI articles October 7th, 2022: US Digestive Health expands into Delaware | Gastro Health’s 4th acquisition in Ohio

Curated GI articles October 7th, 2022:
US Digestive Health expands into Delaware | Gastro Health’s 4th acquisition in Ohio
Gastro Health Finalizes Partnership with Springfield Gastroenterology (Gastro Health)
This will be Gastro Health’s fourth partnership within the state since late 2020. Springfield Gastroenterology is joining with three physicians and one advanced practice provider (APP).
US Digestive Health Expands Presence into Delaware Through Partnership with Delaware Center for Digestive Care (News Direct)
The partnership with DCDC will bring an additional three locations, two ambulatory surgery centers, over 35 providers, and more than 140 employees to the US Digestive Health Management network.
Alimentiv, Satisfai Health, and Virgo Announce Partnership to use AI-driven technology to Enhance Clinical Trials in IBD and other GI Diseases (PR Newswire)
The partnership enables advanced AI-fueled HD video capture, decision support, and clinical research tools for Alimentiv’s global clinical trial investigator site network.
Gastroenterologist suing Mount Sinai for allegedly refusing to leave building he plans to convert to ASC (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Gastroenterologist Shawn Khodadadian, MD, owner of a three-story building housing Mount Sinai’s Heart Institute in New York City, is suing the health system for $596,000 in alleged unpaid rent.
Demystifying AI and Computer Vision for GIs (GI & Endoscopy News)
Dr. Ashish Atreja speaks with Jason Samarasena, MD, MBA, an interventional gastroenterologist about demystifying AI and computer vision for gastroenterologists.
10 highest-paying cities for mid-career, late-career gastroenterologists (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Dallas is the highest-paying U.S. city for mid-career (eight to 14 years) GIs, while Atlanta is the highest-paying city for late-career (22 to 28 years) GIs.
4 numbers pointing to gastroenterology consolidation (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)
Healthcare is increasingly consolidating, and gastroenterology is one of the many specialties with physicians migrating to employed models.
AI and the future of endoscopy – how training holds the key (FUJIFILM Healthcare EMEA)
AI can make endoscopy not only more efficient and of higher quality, but can also improve the detection rate of abnormalities.
Medtronic to install 115 GI Genius modules across VA facilities (Mass Device)
Medtronic has announced that its Gastrointestinal Business received a contract to install GI Genius systems at some Veterans Affairs (VA) facilities.
Discovery of a New Liquid Biopsy to Detect Early-Onset Colorectal Cancer (Oncology Times)
The test might be used as part of a routine physical exam for adults who do not have a non-invasive and accurate way to detect the presence of nonhereditary form of CRC.
4 Key Areas of Value-Based Care Transformation (RevCycleIntelligence)
With healthcare spending at an all-time high, value-based care transformation can solve the cost problem while shifting healthcare dollars so providers can focus on population health outcomes.
Barriers physicians face when seeking help for burnout (Medical Economics)
Finding, providing and paying for the best mental health services for physicians is a complicated topic, but there is an easy way to help.
Risk-Adapted Screening Strategy Could Reduce Colonoscopy Use (Medscape)
The Asia-Pacific Colorectal Screening (APCS) scoring system, combined with a stool DNA test, could improve the detection of advanced colorectal neoplasms and limit colonoscopy use, according to a new study.
How to Approach the Silent Epidemic of NAFLD and NASH (Objective Health)
While the medical research being conducted by integrated research providers is inching us closer to medical therapy, there is still a need for awareness to help identify high-risk patients.
October 2022 issue of the American Journal of Gastroenterology (AJG)
The current issue of the American Journal of Gastroenterology includes articles on IBD, dietary interventions, endoscopy, PPIs, Barrett’s Esophagus, liver disease & more, PLUS the new ACG Pregnancy Monograph supplement.
Telemedicine’s current status in Gastroenterology and Hepatology (Medtech Outlook)
Though the COVID-19 public health emergency enabled a rapid large-scale innovation in telehealth, it took some time to gain widespread acceptance in GI & Hepatology.
Four vaccine recommendations for your patients with IBD (AGA)
AGA recommends patients with IBD maintain up-to-date vaccinations, like the flu shot, to protect the body from infections.
Infliximab retreatment results in remission in 35% of patients with Crohn’s disease (Healio)
After previously discontinuing infliximab, 35% of patients with Crohn’s disease achieved remission at 26 weeks with drug retreatment, according to a study.

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2023 Gastroenterology Reimbursement and Coding Update Course (ASGE)

Air pollution linked to increased IBS incidence (MDedge)

UH Cleveland facility to receive additional GI Genius endoscopy modules (Becker’s GI & Endoscopy)

Q&A: Updated ACG monograph provides guidance for GI care during pregnancy, postpartum (Healio)

Patients Give Thumbs Up to Better-Tasting Bowel Prep in Randomized Trial (GI & Endoscopy News)

AbbVie Highlights Robust Gastroenterology Portfolio with New Data in Crohn’s Disease and Ulcerative Colitis at the UEG Week 2022 (Abbvie)

HHS: Specialty drug costs up more than $300 billion since 2016 (Healio)

Norovirus link to Crohn’s disease may point to new therapies (Science Daily)

Bariatric Surgery May Up Risk for Epilepsy (Medscape)

Women in endoscopy: leading the way (Nature Reviews)

WHO and partners launch the world’s most extensive freely accessible AI health worker (WHO)

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

Videos: Interviews with GI Leaders  (NextServices)

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