Gastro Broadcast

Gastro Broadcast

Latest Episodes

Episode #36: We’re Recording Live at DDW! (mergers, policy advocacy, GI fellowships and more…)
June 14, 2022

While at Digestive Disease Week last month, Dr. Michael Weinstein sat down to record a live interview with Dr. Nadeem Baig, vice president and chief medical officer of Allied Digestive Health in New

Episode #35: Long-Haul Truckers May be at Greater Risk for CRC (education is the key to increasing screening rates)
May 31, 2022

Dr. Michael Weinstein talks with Ellen Brooks of the Men’s Health Inequities (MHI) Research Lab at the University of Utah School of Medicine, who is a co-author of a new study on the prevalence of col

Episode #34: Innovation is not Only About Technology (how do we use our resources to care for people effectively?)
May 17, 2022

Kevin Harlen interviews fellow Tar Heel Dr. Spencer Dorn about innovation in health care and several start up companies that are changing the way GI physicians treat and monitor patients. Dr. D

Episode #33: What do Colonoscopy and Cabernet Have in Common? (catching up with One GI’s Mike Dragutsky)
April 12, 2022

This week, Dr. Fred Rosenberg catches up with Dr. Mike Dragutsky, who is a practicing gastroenterologist at Gastro One, and chairman of One GI, a managed services organization with practices in five

Episode #32: Stories are Powerful (how the Faces of Blue Campaign works to increase CRC Screening)
March 22, 2022

Dr. Michael Weinstein of Capital Digestive Care talks to Erin Peterson of the Colon Cancer Coalition and Dr. Milena Gould Suarez of Baylor College of Medicine about the Faces of Blue campaign and the

Episode #31: Should Adenoma Detection Rates be Made Public? (other quality measures are important to patients too)
February 22, 2022

Dr. Michael Weinstein of Capital Digestive Care talks to Dr. Costas Kefalas from Akron Digestive Disease Consultants about his work as the president of the GI Quality Improvement Consortium (GIQuIc),

Episode #30: Key to PCP Engagement — Cold Weather and Compelling Content (it helps if there’s a great lunch, too)
February 08, 2022

Dr. Lisa Mathew is joined by Dr. Michael Kreines of Gastro Health Ohio, who helped develop a continuing medical education (CME) program that facilitates engagement with primary care physicians (PCPs)

Episode 29: Increased Polyp Detection using an AI Endoscopy Module (investing in our mission to prevent colon cancer)
January 18, 2022

Dr. Fred Rosenberg talks with Dr. Daus Mahnke of Gastroenterology of the Rockies about the environment for private practice in Colorado. Dr. Mahnke discusses his path to gastroenterology, how h

Episode 28: Understanding the Business of Healthcare (and strategies for the growth of independent GI groups)
July 27, 2021

Scott Becker is an expert in all things related to the business of gastroenterology. He is a sought-after healthcare attorney and a partner at McGuireWoods and publisher of Becker's Healthcare, a l

Episode 27: Creating Community with Ladies of the Gut (how online groups can provide support and mentorship)
July 13, 2021

Dr. Lisa Mathew is joined by Dr. Nundhini Thukkani of Kaiser Permanente in Portland Oregon to discuss how (and why) Dr. Thukkani founded the wildly popular Ladies of the Gut group on Facebook that pro