Making Pain Stop

Muscle pain is a major medical problem for 60-85% of the population who report experiencing nonspecific back pain of muscular origin at some time in their lifetime. Joseph Pergolizzi, MD, an internationally renowned pain specialist, well-versed in multiple issues confronting people experiencing acute and chronic pain has certainly been in high demand since the coronavirus …

Transgender Troops – Serving With Honor & Integrity

Based on data from the Williams Institute at UCLA, roughly 15,500 transgender persons serve in the US military and 134,300 military veterans identify as transgender—though the actual numbers are certainly much higher. Should transgender service members celebrate the future of a more inclusive military—or prepare for a next administration to turn back the clock again? In …

A Look At NeedyMeds For 2022

NeedyMeds was started in 1997 by Richard J. Sagall, MD, a family physician, and Libby Overly, MSW, MEd, a medical social worker. Both realized there was a need for a centralized resource for information on pharmaceutical patient assistance programs. With the Internet becoming an important source of information, they decided that was the perfect medium …

The Sky’s the Limit for Drone Use In the Healthcare Industry

Although awareness of and appreciation for commercial drone systems are growing, many medical businesses are unaware of the opportunities drones offer to achieve better business practices, streamline solutions, elevate profitability and save human lives! Barry Alexander, founder and CEO of Aquiline Drones (AD), a CT-based drone manufacturer and cloud solutions company, joins Mark to learn …