November 17, 2014
With enrollment in the Affordable Care Act currently in full swing, we asked Michal Goforth and the team at the Pima Community Access Program some basic questions about the program. PCAP has worked with Cover Arizona, Enroll America and the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services to make sure it has the answers you need.
November 14, 2014
The vascular system is composed of vessels that carry blood all throughout our bodies. Oxygen-rich blood is carried away from our heart by arteries and veins then carry oxygen-poor blood back to our heart. Anytime this complicated and vital process is disturbed, it can cause pain, dysfunction and many more severe complications. Therefore, we have Matthew Namanny, DO, FACOS available to answer a few questions regarding this topic. Dr. Namanny is board-certified in general surgery and is board eligible in vascular surgery. He specializes in treatment of peripheral vascular disease with a special interest in minimally invasive endovascular therapies. Additionally, Dr. Namanny is also a member of the International Society of Endovascular Specialists, American College of Osteopathic Surgeons, Society of Vascular Medicine, and the Edward B. Deitrich Vascular Surgery Society. His office is located at Saguaro Surgical, 6422 E. Speedway Boulevard, Suite 150 and the office phone number is 520-318-3004.
September 30, 2014
November CME Conference Has Cardiometabolic Focus
September 4, 2014
As humans, we are constantly in contact with numerous people, objects, environments and thus, diseases. Viruses, bacteria, parasites, or fungi can cause infectious diseases. They can be spread via other humans, food, water, healthcare-associated infections, insects, and shared common areas in highly populated environments. Here to answer a few questions about infectious diseases is Tirdad T. Zangeneh, DO. Dr. Zangeneh is board certified in Internal Medicine and Infectious Diseases and is an Assistant Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of Arizona, College of Medicine.
August 13, 2014
Pima County is experiencing an increase in the number of syphilis cases. The Pima County Health Department is encouraging physicians to screen actively, treat presumptively, report promptly and stay informed.
July 30, 2014
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 35.7% of adults and 17% of children and adolescents are obese in the United States. This growing epidemic is not only costly to our country, but also has overwhelming effects...
April 17, 2014
The American Cancer Society's study of government data has revealed some positive and improved statistics regarding colon cancer. The number of Americans 50 and older with colon cancer plunged 30% from nearly three decades ago according to this new study. The number of Americans with colon cancer has been declining since the mid-1980s due to a higher rate of colonoscopies, access to information, and advancements in technology.
February 28, 2014
Our region is in the middle of a four-year experiment. It tests whether the community can define its most important public health challenges and then tackle them, as a community, rather than rely on government and large health providers. Tucson Osteopathic Medical Foundation, through its executive director, has been part of the planning process since 2010. The 2013-2017 health improvement plan looks like:
February 26, 2014
The Cover Arizona Coalition
February 18, 2014
February 4, 2014
Some Things to Remember 1. Category 1A Credit is granted for live programs provided by Category 1 CME sponsors. Category 1B is granted for programs of a more casual nature (online, teaching, writing) provided by Category 1 CME sponsors. Category 2A is granted for live programs sponsored by non-AOA accredited providers. Category 2B is granted for programs of a more casual nature (online, teaching, writing) sponsored by non-AOA accredited providers.
November 4, 2013
Every year 2.5 million Americans suffer eye injuries - and nine out of 10 are preventable if proper eye protection was worn. You might be thinking that employers should be fined for allowing so many eye injuries on the job, but you'd be mistaken. Most eye injuries today happen at home, and if they don't, they happen on the athletic fields and in parks.