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NRAA 48m
SAVE THE DATE! With so much happening on the Hill, we are holding an 'NRAA Review' to discuss the Proposed Treatment Choices Model (ETC), Executive Order, and what this all means for our dynamic industry.
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DPC Education Center 6h
Sometimes the best solution to a problem comes from the people who live and experience the challenge every day. This is one approach that is being taken to help improve the lives of dialysis patients. Read more:
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Puget Sound Kidney 5h
ICYMI: Daniel and Sylvia, thank you for sharing your experience with ! Read their full story: Living with disease? Share your story with .
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RenalMate 6h
Check out the recent Webinar summarizing Life Enhancement Program for Renal Patients " LEP Kidney " and the introduction to RenalMate Coaching program for renal patients.
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DPC Jul 22
Cooking at home is a great way to save money and also put you in control of what you are eating to ensure your are maintaining a kidney-friendly diet. Read more:
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Dr Katie Kwon Jul 21
already did one big nephrology associated lesion with the tweet primal but I think that Kyrle disease causes misery to so many patients and awareness needs to be much higher... please?
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Ross 🇬🇧 🇦🇺 22h
Anything that incentivises has to be a good thing
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Thomas Pearson Jul 22
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Thomas Pearson Jul 19
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ESRD NCC Jul 19
Bookmark the NCC Patient Grant Library web page! It has links to grants and scholarships to help patients and caregivers pay for education, advocacy, and living expenses related to kidney disease. Learn more:
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Chronic Disease Research Group (CDRG) Jul 22
CMS Proposes New Payment Models for Radiation Oncology and End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD)
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Jaynie Dillon Jones 22h
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Am Soc Ped Neph Jul 19
Extracellular fluid volume is associated with incident end-stage kidney disease and mortality in patients with chronic kidney disease
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Westley Ohman Jul 20
A great thread on a(n expensive) procedure in search of a patient group who’d benefit from it. Right access, right patient, right time should be the goal for patients, but it’s unclear if the “right patient” for this access is known.
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Pursuit Vascular Jul 16
Cluster-Randomized Trial of Devices to Prevent Catheter-Related Bloodstream Infection
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Richard James Jul 18
Replying to @pennnursinglib
most undocumented people In Delaware presumably do what people do in every state other than Illinois: wait until they are critically sick & then get emergency dialysis in their nearest emergency room. Combining the least efficiency with the highest expense. US healthcare.
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Sree Chaguturu Jul 22
Congrats to authors & ’s Dr. Mallika Mendu for their article on care silos in , which offers a stark example via patient Bonnie &shows how makes a difference:
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UM V-BID Center Jul 21
A 'No-Brainer'? Calls Grow For Medicare To Cover Anti-Rejection Drugs After Kidney Transplant in Action via
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Pete Stevenson #VirtualCare Jul 20
CVS launches clinical trial for at-home hemodialysis device
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Jon Belsher, MD Jul 19
"’We're working . . . to change the kidney care paradigm’” says of . Continued of and - improved convenience, lower costs.
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