Patient Profile

A look at practice tools for a specific population.

Eye on ID

With Donald Kaye

An in-depth discussion of the treatment and prevention of infectious disease.

Pharmacology Consult

A closer look at drug discoveries and developments that affect clinical practice.


Experts discuss the latest news in infectious disease.

Ask the Experts

Answers to common questions about infectious diseases.

Cover Stories

An in-depth look on the latest issues affecting the infectious disease physician.

Global ID

Infectious disease issues that affect people worldwide.

Zoonotic Infections

With Arnon Shimshony

An in-depth look into infectious diseases that affect both humans and animals.

Health Care Legislative and Regulatory Update

With Arnold & Porter, LLP

International law firm Arnold & Porter LLP analyzes current regulatory and legislative topics for physicians and health care executives

HCV Next Cover Stories

An in-depth look on the latest issues affecting the hepatitis C specialist.

The Take Home

Meeting highlights and analysis from the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections.

Pediatric HCV

A look at common issues in younger patients.

Case Challenges

Experts detail clinical scenarios faced during diagnosis and treatment.

Vantage Point Transplantation

An in-depth look at a unique patient subset.


Experts discuss the latest news in hepatitis C.

Trend Watch

News you can use for your patients and practice.


Pharmacological analysis for the HCV specialist.

5 Questions

HCV Next asks five questions of prominent experts in HCV.


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Darrell E. White, MD, is the founder of Skyvision Centers in Ohio. His blog for Ocular Surgery News will focus on issues related to dry eye disease.

BLOG: Our ‘better angels’ will prevail in time of COVID-19

March 18, 2020
John A. Hovanesian, MD, FACS, focuses his blog on new technologies and innovations and how ophthalmic practices can best incorporate them to benefit patients.

BLOG: Use your physician ‘superpowers’ during the coronavirus epidemic

March 17, 2020
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.

BLOG: Patient-related outcomes: A novel way to prevent burnout

November 6, 2017
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.

BLOG: Gainsharing/co-management is a great opportunity for physicians, hospitals

October 17, 2017
Peter Chin-Hong, MD, MAS, is a professor of medicine, Academy-Endowed Chair for Innovation in Teaching, director of the Pathways to Discovery in Clinical and Translational Research program, and director of the transplant and immunocompromised host infectious disease program at the University of California, San Francisco. His Twitter handle is @PCH_SF.

Tweets in the time of Zika (or Ebola or cholera)

September 16, 2016

Dina Halegoua-De Marzio, MD, is an attending gastroenterologist and transplant hepatologist in practice at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, PA. Halegoua-DeMarzio will oversee the Case Conference blog, working with the fellows at Thomas Jefferson for the most interesting and engaging cases of the month.

Disclosure: Halegoua-DeMarzio reports she was an consultant for Intercept Pharma.


BLOG: A 53-year-old patient with intestinal spirochetosis

August 1, 2016

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


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

August 3, 2015
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.

BLOG: Health care providers need to consider options offered by patient financing programs

July 1, 2015

Dr. Brien’s Medical History Moment blog explores the varied origins of infectious disease. James H. Brien, DO, is from the Department of Infectious Diseases at McLane Children's Hospital, Baylor Scott & White Health, Texas A & M College of Medicine in Temple, Texas. He is also a member of the Infectious Diseases in Children Editorial Board and a long-time author of the print column What’s Your Diagnosis? seen in the same publication. Brien can be reached at: jhbrien@aol.com.


Plagues throughout history and the doctors who treated them: Part 1

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Walter A. Orenstein, MD, is a professor of medicine and associate director of the Emory Vaccine Center at Emory University School of Medicine. He is also the director of the Influenza Pathogenesis and Immunology Research Center at Emory.

Protect your patients traveling to polio-infected countries

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Paul A. Volberding, MD, is the Chief Medical Editor of Infectious Disease News and a professor in the department of medicine and director of the Center for AIDS Research at the University of California, San Francisco. Volberding is the past president of the International AIDS Conference.

A new generation of scientists introduced at AIDS 2014

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William Schaffner, MD, is professor of preventive medicine and medicine (infectious diseases) at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine in Nashville, Tenn. Additionally, he serves as a hospital epidemiologist at Vanderbilt University Hospital and is immediate past-president of the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases.

Eliminate missed vaccination opportunities

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