Health & Fitness:Medicine
Imagine being able to reprogram your cells to find the right medication for your heart.
Dr. Liam Brunham, Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine at the University of British Columbia and a Principal Investigator at the UBC Centre for Heart and Lung Innovation join us for a conversation on adverse drug reactions, pharmacogenetics and iPSC.
John Papastergiou on leading current pharmacy practice into the future
Katie Capps on integrating pharmacogenomic testing into the CMM process
Colleen Keenan on pharmacogenomics research and the current PGx trends in health systems
Sara Rogers on Reimbursement for Pharmacogenomics: Past, Present and Future
Melissa Badowski on interprofessional care and comprehensive medication management via telehealth
Jared Augenstein on the Telehealth boom and reimbursement trends for digital health
Enhancing patient care for life with reusable genetic information
Moving towards truly informed prescribing with enriched data
Pharmacogenomics is like pharmacology on steroids
Pharmacogenomics is part of population health management
Interoperability in healthcare: Is it living up to the hype?
How can pharmacogenetics be helpful to doctors?
Helping employers make informed decision about healthcare
Patients and clinicians should be partners
The value of good health
Emerging trends in precision medicine, pockets of adoption and organizations addressing business challenges facing the health care industry.
‘A patient died right in front of me because they had the wrong medication. We need to stop practicing medicine like this
The Doctor's Farmacy with Mark Hyman, M.D.
The Peter Attia Drive
The Curbsiders Internal Medicine Podcast
CREOGs Over Coffee
Fundamental Health with Paul Saladino, MD
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