Highlights On-Demand Activities You May Have Missed

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PATH - Human Trafficking 101: A Healthcare Primer

Dr. Mollie Gordon discusses the basics of trauma-informed care & management and identifies local resources for trafficked individuals.

CME credit available

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Emergency Setting Management of OUD

Dr. Kyle Suen discusses the importance of emergency departments serving a critical access points for patients with OUD and list prior barriers to initiation of Medication-Assisted Treatments. He also discusses the clinical presentation of opioid overdose versus opioid withdrawal. This is part seven of a thirteen-part series recorded from the First Annual Opioid Use Disorder Conference.

CME credit available

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Connections: Reflections from the Frontlines of the COVID Pandemic - Episode 4

Connections: Reflections from the Frontlines of the COVID Pandemic - Episode 4

Mr. Jeffrey Collins, a respiratory therapist at Baylor St Luke's Medical Center, reflects on the first two years of COVID-19 – the humbling battle to save lives, the extraordinary measures taken to protect each other, and the surprising way of finding new resolve for a challenging profession.

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Hansen's Disease

Dr. Eva Clark discusses a typical presentation of a locally acquired case of Hansen's disease in Texas. Hansen's disease (leprosy) diagnoses are often delayed or missed in the United States due to poor healthcare provider awareness of the disease. 

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OUD Management in the Peripartum Period

Dr. Andres Avellaneda Ojeda discusses the guideline implementation and barriers to treat Opioid Use Disorder during pregnancy. He also describes his experience with prescribing naltrexone during pregnancy. This is part six of a thirteen-part series recorded from the First Annual Opioid Use Disorder Conference. 

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Pathways into Quality Improvement and Patient Safety

Dr. Mayar Al Mohajer, Dr. Sara Andrabi, Ms. Lisa Icard, Dr. Derek Meeks, and Dr. Joyee Vachani discuss the different ways that they pursue projects in quality improvement and patient safety. 

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Healthcare Economics

In this two-part video presentation, (Healthcare Economics - Who Pays and Healthcare Economics - Cost of Care & Value), it will review the components of insurance, the different insurance models available in the US, and the common ethical issues around healthcare costs and strategies to best manage them.

CME and Ethics credit available

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Update on Hyperparathyroidism

Dr. Feibi Zheng discusses primary hyperparathyroidism, the most common cause of hypercalcemia in the outpatient setting, for which many patients do not receive adequate workup. Dr. Zheng reviews the diagnostic criteria and surgical indications for this disorder.

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Diagnosis and Management of Heart Failure: Evidence Driving the Guidelines

At the CommonSpirit Health Physician Enterprise Symposium Dr. Joseph Rogers discusses the advances in heart failure management and identifies strategies for how to integrate the primary care provider into the decision pathway.

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Getting started with QI analytics: 5 Tips for Success

There is often confusion around the role of quality improvement (QI) projects distinguished from research. The change in a particular context of the scientific evidence is important in order to be able to define the project as QI. The incorporation into practice and execution of the project can change based on environment. The purpose of this activity is to familiarize attendees with quality improvement definitions, QI project approaches based on context, and considerations when analyzing results. 

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