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Vein Practice Marketing Strategies to Implement Now – Health Article

Home » Blog » Advertising » Vein Practice Marketing Strategies to Implement Now Marketing Strategies to Implement Now For Your Vein Practice A Webinar Sponsored by the American Vein and Lymphatic Society COVID-19 has caused massive economic disruption to virtually every kind of business, including vein practices. Which marketing strategies should you begin now, and which should you implement in the coming months as the crisis slowly subsides? To find out, join Stewart Gandolf for this practical, information-packed webinar. When…

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How to Rebuild Your Medical Practice Now and After COVID-19 – Health Article

Home » Blog » Doctor Marketing » Webinar: How to Rebuild Your Medical Practice Now and After COVID-19 The following webinar was sponsored by theAmerican Osteopathic Association and took place Thursday, May 7. Almost every osteopathic practice has experienced financial loss due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and many are reeling. Fortunately, there are many marketing and communications strategies you and your team can implement to help protect your practice now and prepare it for the days ahead. Join Stewart Gandolf,…

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Just Another Small Health Care Scam… the Trump Network and its Bogus Diagnostic Tests and Unproven Vitamin Treatments Resurfaces – Health Article

Introduction On Health Care Renewal, we frequently discuss deceptive marketing schemes designed to sell tests and treatments whose benefits for patients do not clearly outweigh their harms, and sometimes which are useless or dangerous.  In fact, we have to be selective about discussing such cases, because they are all too common.  Therefore, we tend to focus on cases involving the biggest and most powerful health care organizations, and/or the worst risks to patients. We have generally not discussed the myriad…

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Johnson and Johnson’s “Landmark” Opioid Settlement, or Just Another Chapter in the Story of Corporate Management’s Impunity? – Health Article

Introduction: our Chronic Narcotics Problem Narcotic addiction has plagued human societies for hundreds of years. [Print, 1880, opium den, London] So as I have written before, after seeing too many dire results of narcotic addiction during my training and early career, I was dismayed how narcotics were pushed as the treatment of choice for chronic pain in the 1990s, with the predictable result that the US was once again engulfed in an epidemic of narcotic abuse.  In the last few…

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What We Get Wrong About Childhood Obesity – Health Education Article

Weight Watchers (recently rebranded to WW) put out an app for kids and teens who want to lose weight a few months ago. It’s called Kurbo, and it assigns “traffic light” color codes to different foods. Green foods like fruits and vegetables can be eaten freely, yellow foods like low-fat dairy, lean meat, and bread can be eaten in moderation, and red foods like full-fat dairy and sweets should be eaten sparingly or “planned for.” Kids under 13 need to…

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The Mysteries Surrounding Rhodes Pharmaceuticals, the Sackler Family’s Second Opioid Company – Health Article

 Mysteries still abound in the not so wonderful world of health care dysfunction, so, quick, the game’s afoot… Today’s mysteries involve beneficial ownership.  Beneficial ownership questions are important to anti-corruption campaigners.  Beneficial ownership simply refers to “anyone who enjoys the benefits of ownership of a security or property, without being on the record as being the owner.” (per Wikipedia). Concealing who really owns a company enables concealing sources of funds (as in money laundering), market power (when the owner also…

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