Preventing Clinical Inertia in Early Treatment Management of Type 2 DiabetesDecember 13th 2022
The information discussed in this series is a consensus from the Diabetes Cardiorenal & Metabolism Institute (DCMi) think Tank, a workshop consisting of 17 medical experts to create treatment consensuses based on data and expert opinion, for patients with complex multimorbid diseases plateauing or worsening in outcomes despite the emergence of numerous therapeutic options available. The DCMi will soon have a published consensus paper on early intervention and intensive management of the patient with diabetes and cardio-renal-metabolic diseases which compliments the DCRM multi-specialty practice accommodations.
New Treatment Landscape in MS — Preventing Long Term Disability Through High Efficacy Treatments in Early MSJune 17th 2021
Neil Minkoff, MD; Maria Lopes, MD, MS; Nancy Ross, PharmD, BCACP, MSCS, CSP; Thomas Leist, MD; and Darin Okuda, MD explore opportunities for improving long-term patient outcomes in MS through earlier use of high efficacy therapies, including those of clinical and payer consideration.
COPD Stakeholder Summit: Utilizing Peak Inspiratory Flow Rates to Individualize Treatment and Improve OutcomesFebruary 5th 2021
Various stakeholders who play a role in the management of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) explore various topics pertaining to the current treatment of COPD and discuss the adoption of measuring peak inspiratory flow rates into clinical practice.