Stephen Duncan, MD – UK HealthCare.

Stephen Duncan, MD – UK HealthCare.

I’m Stephen Duncan, I’m Assistant Professor in the Department of Orthopaedics. Typically see patients from about 10 to, there’s not really great cut off. That’s largely in part as to why I went into the type of medicine that I do. With hip preservation you know we can treat the very young, but no different […]

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Kamyar Asadipooya, MD – UK HealthCare

Kamyar Asadipooya, MD – UK HealthCare

[MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Kamyar Asadipooya. I’m assistant professor of medicine in the endocrinology department. And I mainly practice endocrine. When I was a child, I saw doctors that were interested in taking care of the patient and helping people. And I realized that this is the best thing that I can do in […]

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Why your healthcare is so expensive (or free) | Did You Know?

Why your healthcare is so expensive (or free) | Did You Know?

Imagine you needed an MRI. Now, depending on where you live, it could be free, or cost hundreds of dollars. And it’d be the same whether you needed your appendix removed. Or a CT scan. We can all agree that our health is important. But unfortunately, where you live can be the difference between not […]

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Pediatrician Miriam Behar shares some back-to-school health information

Pediatrician Miriam Behar shares some back-to-school health information

[MUSIC PLAYING] We encourage getting all immunizations that are recommended, basically. Immunizations are given at regular intervals for the first four years of life. And then there’s a gap between 4, before they’re going into kindergarten, and then at 11 years old when they’re going into middle school. There’s kind of a gap. But even […]

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UK Healthcare data analytics for NHS CCGs

UK Healthcare data analytics for NHS CCGs

Outcome based commissioning is so important because it really gets to the heart of the new NHS agenda, which is maximizing value for patients. We put people in control by delivering a body of data, intelligence, and evidence upon which clinical commissioners can make informed decisions about the patients and citizens they serve. Clarity Patients […]

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Joseph Kim, MD – UK HealthCare

Joseph Kim, MD – UK HealthCare

[MUSIC PLAYING] Hi, I’m Joe Kim. I’m the chief of surgical oncology here at University of Kentucky. I specialize in the management of patients with cancers of the liver, pancreas, stomach, and GI tract. When I was growing up, I took after my sister. And my sister, when she finished college, became a chemist. And […]

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Alla Grigorian, MD, PhD – UK HealthCare

Alla Grigorian, MD, PhD – UK HealthCare

[MUSIC PLAYING] My name is Alla Grigorian, and I’m an assistant professor in the Division of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at University of Kentucky. But I’m also a medical director of liver transplant program at UK. But in the transplant side of my job, I see a lot of patients with end stage liver disease. Those […]

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Can universal health care work? | CNBC International

Can universal health care work? | CNBC International

Whether it’s the never-ending debate on funding for the U.K.’s National Health Service… Save our NHS! …or repeated attempts to repeal Obamacare. Our lives are on the line! Health care remains the most divisive issue in politics. Every country across the globe has a different system to access health care. For many developing countries, they […]

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Roberto Cardarelli, DO, MPH – UK HealthCare

Roberto Cardarelli, DO, MPH – UK HealthCare

[MUSIC PLAYING] I’m Dr. Roberto Cardarelli. I serve as professor and chair for the Department of Family and Community Medicine here at the University of Kentucky, College of Medicine. It’s been a lifelong passion. I can remember thinking about medicine since I was in grammar school, and was passionate about the sciences. And grew up […]

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