“Pathophysiology and Diagnosis of Heart Failure” by Christina Vanderpluym, MD, for OPENPediatrics

Pathophysiology and Diagnosis of Heart Failure, by Dr. Christina VanderPluym. Hello. My name is Dr. Christina VanderPluym, and I am the Director of the Ventricular Assist Device Program in the Heart Transplant and Heart Function Program at Boston Children’s Hospital. And today, I’m going to discuss heart failure in children in this two-part part series….

“Cyanotic Congenital Cardiac Defects: Physiology of Cyanosis” by Tom Kulik for OPENPediatrics

Cyanotic Congenital Cardiac Defects: Physiology of Cyanosis by Doctor Thomas Kulik. My name is Tom Kulik. I’m a Pediatric Cardiologist and Cardiac Intensivist at The Children’s Hospital, Boston. This will be part one of a two part series on the physiology, management, and evaluation of cyanotic congenital cardiac defects. We will be speaking today, in…

#14.3 Useful Tips for Managing Medication: How to Help Your Senior Manage Medication (3 of 3)

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OneConnectPoint™ Hospice Medication Management App

Our mission is the same as yours: provide compassionate, high-quality care to each and every hospice patient. But decreasing reimbursement, rising labor costs, and stricter regulatory oversight pressure hospices to operate more efficiently and cost-effectively without compromising patient care. Better patient care is what our medication management technology is all about. Designed specifically for the…