“In his presidential address on Monday at DDW®, AGA President Timothy Wang, MD, AGAF, reviewed AGA’s accomplishments and priorities under his leadership over the past year, highlighting several new tools that help AGA members address changes to the GI practice environment.
Medicare payment systems are undergoing perhaps the greatest change since Medicare was enacted in 1965 due to a law known as MACRA, the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015.
Clostridium difficile colitis does not happen in a vacuum. When, why and how C. diff populations explode and cause colitis is the result of a complex interplay among bacteria, human host, the gut microbiome and the environment.
CRC screening guidelines vary around the world. The U.S. is one of the only countries, for example, that relies heavily on colonoscopies for CRC screening in average-risk populations. Other countries tend to rely on less expensive and less invasive screening technologies for average-risk screening.
Two new strategies are emerging to treat GI and other cancers — engineered T cells and immune checkpoint blockade treatments.
Physician innovators must be determined, entrepreneurial to get a medical device or technology to market
Have an idea for a new medical device, technology or service? Getting it to market is a complex, time-consuming process that requires analytical and management skills, great communication, collaboration and leadership, according to Virender Sharma, MD, AGAF, who shared lessons he’s learned as a physician innovator on Saturday at DDW® during a session sponsored by the AGA Center for GI Innovation and Technology.
What you learned last year about the treatment of IBD is already out of date.
Obese patients need a multidisciplinary team to help them achieve a healthy weight, and no one is better suited to lead the team than a gastroenterologist.