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Commentary

With John B. Kostis

An opinion piece by leading experts on important issues affecting practice.

5 Questions

With Carl J. Pepine

Cardiology Today asks five questions of prominent cardiologists.

PAD in Focus

With Michael S. Lee

New frontiers in peripheral intervention.

Drug Risk Update

With Raymond L. Woosley

Feature

An in-depth look at important topics in medicine.

At Issue

Perspective on news and developments that may change your practice.

Business of Cardiology

With L. Samuel Wann

L. Samuel Wann, MD, MACC, FESC, writes on the important issues that affect you and your practice.

Complex Coronary Corner

With Michael S. Lee

Challenges in the treatment and care of complex coronary disorders.

Cardiac Research Safety Consortium Update

With Peter R. Kowey

A column with the Cardiac Research Safety Consortium focused on advancing cardiac safety research.

Cerebrovascular Considerations

Important topics in interventional treatments for the cerebrovascular system.

The Big Picture

Spotlight on practice-changing advances in cardiology.

On the Pulse

A look at technological innovations and the future of medicine.

Lipid Update

The latest advances in lipid management and research.

Women's Heart Notes

With Ki Park

Insights into advances and challenges pertaining to women's heart health.

Cardio-Oncology Corner

With Javid J. Moslehi

This column addresses growing attention on the intersection between cardiology and oncology care.

Meet the Board

Get to know the members of Cardiology Today’s Editorial Board.

Cover Stories

Cardiology Today's Intervention look at trends and controversies in cardiology.

Cover Stories

Cardiology Today and Cardiology Today's Intervention look at trends and controversies in cardiology.

Commentary

An opinion piece by leading experts on important issues affecting practice.

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John D. Kelly IV, MD, is a professor of orthopedic surgery at the University of Pennsylvania. He focuses his blog on helping surgeons reduce stress while achieving balance in their practices and families.
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BLOG: Patient-related outcomes: A novel way to prevent burnout

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David M. Glaser, JD, is a health care attorney at Fredrikson & Byron, P.A. He focuses his blog on health care legal issues and policy-related health topics, ranging from how to operate ancillary services to methods for shaping the health care reform debate.
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BLOG: Gainsharing/co-management is a great opportunity for physicians, hospitals

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Eye on Intervention focuses on trends, news and developments in interventional cardiology. The blog is provided by the Society for Cardiovascular Angiography and Interventions. All bloggers are volunteers, and their opinions are their own, not necessarily representative of SCAI or Cardiology Today's Intervention. The value of this blog is the diversity of ideas and opinions it puts forth, and in the conversations it hosts. Please consider sharing your comments.
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Insights into modern era interventional training in structural and congenital heart disease

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The blog will present informative and educational content on all aspects of patient financing within health care practices.

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BLOG: Patient financing also can be used as a marketing tool

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Patellofemoral Update focuses on the causes, prevention and treatment of patellofemoral disorders. The blog is sponsored by The Patellofemoral Foundation whose mission is to improve the care of individuals with anterior knee pain through targeted education and research. The Patellofemoral Foundation offers additional online education resources on its website.
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BLOG: Health care providers need to consider options offered by patient financing programs

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Martha Gulati, MD, MS, FACC, FAHA, is section director for Preventive Cardiology and Women’s Cardiovascular Health and holds the Sarah Ross Soter Chair in Women’s Cardiovascular Health at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. She is also an associate professor of medicine in the division cardiology and an associate professor of Clinical Public Health in the Division of Epidemiology. Dr. Gulati is a member of the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association as well. Her specific interests are in fitness and prevention.
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A call for focus on stroke prevention in women

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