August 8, 2020
J.T. Madicus, author, executive producer and medical activist to talk about his new book, Final Diagnosis: No Second Chances, which is based on real life healthcare scenarios joins eHealth Radio and the Health News Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest J.T. Madicus discuss the following:
- What was in the inspiration in writing book?
- Is the book based on real medical scenarios?
- Briefly, describe the plot and what the book is about?
- You mentioned in the press release that this book was the first in a series of five, how will those books be different then the first novel? Will they all be connected?
- The premise of the book appears to be some of the problems in the US healthcare system, is that true?
J.T. Madicus, otherwise known as Future Doc House, of his first of five written works in "Final Diagnosis" series. Combining his real-life experience in medical science with his love of fiction, this medical drama/thriller teaches its audience medicine.
His debut novel "Final Diagnosis: No Second Chances" introduces Dr. Tseng to the world, its captivating plot embeds real-life medical scenarios allowing the reader to watch its heroes analyze, diagnose, and treat patients. Though both the characters and the plot are fiction, the medical cases are factual.
Additionally, the first film in the series is currently in post-production and will be released in September 2020.
To purchase the book, please visit Amazon.com.
For more information, visit https://jtmadicus.com.
August 4, 2020
Dr. Gautam Herle, Principal Dentist at The Myers Street Dental Clinic in Geelong, Australia; a clinic that combines years of quality experience with the latest dental technology to guarantee its supports its clients to live healthy, happy and confident lives joins eHealth Radio and the Dental Health and Health News Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Dr. Gautam Herle discuss the following:
- A lot of people would like to visit the dentist less frequently, so what has the Myers Street Clinic been doing to help this happen?
- What protocols has your practice brought about to enhanced infection control in the wake of COVID-19?
- How has the use of ozone water disinfection of water lines and as pre procedure rinse helped guard against COVID-19 transmissions?
- You have been studying to get your Masters in laser dentistry. Can laser technology be used to disinfect gums?
- How many other ways are there for laser technology to be used for better disinfection of the teeth?
Tip: Though you may be apprehensive about seeing the dentist during this current health crisis, it’s important to remember that your teeth will still need attention and care, and that your dentist will have brought about more strict health and safety measures to ensure that your visit is safe and you are at ease about visiting.
Having been practicing dentistry in Geelong, Australia for more than a decade, Dr. Gautam Herle is highly invested in current technology to serve his patients in the best possible way. In addition to the use of fluorescence technology for regular oral cancer screening, Dr Herle introduced the new 3Shape TRIOS digital impression system into his practice. This new and improved digital workflow can provide more efficient, comfortable and predictable dentistry to patients. Dr Herle also uses a microscope which is a valuable piece of equipment used in successful management of dental treatment. He is married and a proud father of two, and proud owner of two dogs.
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August 1, 2020
Katie Lain, the Director of Community Engagement at Ria Health that provides at-home, evidence-based alcohol treatment through telemedicine joins eHealth Radio and the Addiction Prevention and Telemedicine Channels.
Listen to interview with host Eric Michaels and guest Katie Lain discuss the following:
- Can you tell us more about Ria Health and how it helps people who want to drink less alcohol, or even stop for good?
- So if a person is finding it hard to control how much they drink, but they also don’t want to go 100% abstinent, what other options do they have?
- But if someone does want to go abstinent, these methods can help as well?
- How did you get involved with Ria?
- In your experience, how would someone know if they are drinking too much and need to seek support to cut back or stop?
TIP: If you’re someone who is experiencing regular hangovers, or find you NEED alcohol to unwind every night or weekend, consider looking into evidence-based treatments and medication therapy. Abstinence is not required, it can be done discreetly and evidence shows that it is effective for many people – resulting in more control over their alcohol consumption, or giving it up more easily without battling alcohol cravings.
Katie Lain is the Director of Community Engagement with Ria Health. Ria’s science-backed platform is for anybody who wants to drink less alcohol and live a better life. Their evidence-based program is delivered through telehealth which means it’s accessible from anywhere using a HIPAA-compliant app.
Ria’s program provides both harm-reduction and abstinence based methods that include physician guided care plans, one-on-one coaching, medication therapy, peer group support and digital tools to track progress. Since Ria began in 2016, they have served over 1500 people and counting who want to improve their relationship with alcohol.
Ria Health is also covered by many major health insurers across the US, and on average, Ria Members see a 75% reduction in their Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) levels after 12 months in the program.
Katie Lain joined Ria Health after she overcame alcohol addiction through this evidence-based treatment method. She now works both professionally and personally to raise awareness about these options for treating alcohol dependence.
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