Chronic Kidney Disease Associated with Type 2 Diabetes Thursday, November 11, 2021
6:00pm - 7:15pm
Don’t miss this engaging and educational program with one of the most experienced voices in medicine including a case study and discussion surrounding a new treatment indicated to reduce the risk of sustained eGFR decline, end-stage kidney disease, cardiovascular death, non-fatal
myocardial infarction, and hospitalization for heart failure in adult patients with chronic kidney disease associated with Type 2 Diabetes.
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Leading our Event:
Luis Alvarez, MD, PhD
Chief of Nephrology at Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Sutter Health
Dr. Luis Alvarez, MD is a Nephrology Specialist in Palo Alto, CA and has over 23 years of experience in the medical field. He graduated from David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA in 1998. He is affiliated with Stanford Health Care and serves as Outset’s Chief Technology and Innovation Advisor and is the Chair of Nephrology at the Palo Alto Medical Foundation, Sutter Health. Following his doctoral work in biophysics, Dr. Alvarez worked in the pharmaceutical and device industries and remains committed to the application of industrial continuous quality improvement concepts to the field of nephrology, including transformation of the acute renal failure care model both in the intensive unit and sub-acute hospital settings.
Renal Roundtable Sponsor
Here is the recording of the Increase Revenue from Past Due Success Webinar with Beyond Green Solutions:
Here is the PDF of the powerpoint presentation:
This was the recording and powerpoint from the 10/20/21 8pm evening meeting with NYS AAP Chapters 1, 2 & 3. Please fast forward to 2:05 to skip the delay.
This would create another round of federal/state funding, through Medicaid waivers, that would encourage community based organizations to tackle individual and community health issues.
NYSDOH submitted the following concept paper to CMS (Center for Medicaid and Medicare Services) to begin negotiations on the next phase of the DSRIP program.
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1. Center for Disease Control
2. NYS Department of Health
3. Fingerlakes Vaccine Hub
Today in the United States, there are more than 113,000 men, women and children on an organ transplant waiting list. Nearly 9,000 are waiting in New York State, with almost 600 from our region alone. Someone is added to the national waiting list every ten minutes and, sadly, 20 people die each day before an organ becomes available. Thousands more are in need of cornea transplants to restore vision or donated tissue to heal wounds, reduce pain and/or improve mobility.
One donor can help save the lives of up to 8 people through organ donation, provide sight to two people through cornea donation, and improve the lives of nearly 75 more through tissue donation.
Why is it important to decide and talk about organ donation?
Organ, eye and tissue donation is an end-of-life option that everyone should decide upon. Making your decision now about donation means your family won’t be burdened with having to make it for you later. It only takes a few minutes to enroll online in the New York State Donate Life Registry. Regardless of whether you chose to register as a donor or not, telling your family what your wishes are will give them peace of mind.
FACTS ABOUT ORGAN DONATION
Anyone age 16 or older can enroll in the NYS Donate Life Registry at www.donatelife.ny.gov/register
There is no upper age limit to registering as an organ donor.
Don’t assume you aren’t healthy enough to donate. Health conditions, such as diabetes and hypertension, do not prohibit someone from registering as a donor.
Medical professionals and tests will determine what organs and tissues can be donated at the time of death.
The doctors and nurses involved in life-saving care are separate from the medical professionals who perform organ transplants.
Only authorized organ and tissue recovery specialists (not doctors or nurses in the hospital) have access to the confidential donor registries. A person’s registration status is only checked at the time of death.
Enrolling in the NYS Donate Life Registry is the best place to document your wishes regarding donation.
Tell your family what your wishes are regarding organ donation. Making your decision now means they won’t have to make it on your behalf later.
Major religions support an individual’s choice to be an organ donor.
Final burial wishes can be honored after donation.
HOW TO REGISTER AS AN ORGAN DONOR
There are several ways to enroll in the New York State Donate Life Registry. Regardless of which method you choose, the information is sent to the state’s organ, eye and tissue donor registry database. Signing the back of your license is not enough to ensure your wishes are known.
Online: New York State residents can sign up to be organ, eye and tissue donors at www.donatelife.ny.gov. Registering only takes a few minutes.
DMV: Check the “New York State Organ and Tissue Donation” box when applying for, or renewing, a Learner’s Permit, Driver’s License or Non-Driver’s ID.
Voter Registration Form: Check the “New York State Organ and Tissue Donation” box on the voter registration form.
New York State of Health – Health Insurance Exchange: Residents applying for or renewing health insurance benefits through the state have the opportunity to register as an organ, eye and tissue donor.
Don’t reside in New York? Go to https://www.organdonor.gov/ to find out how to register as a donor in your state.
October 12, 2021, 12:00-1:15PM ET
American Dairy Association North East and co-sponsor New York State Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics and American Academy of Pediatrics Chapter 1, would like to invite your members to attend our upcoming free health professional webinar in honor of National Farmer’s Day titled, “Virtual Dairy Farm Tour for Health Professionals. ” Please see details below.
• Webinar – Tuesday, October 12th from 12:00-1:15 PM ET (National Farmers Day)
• Title: “Virtual Dairy Farm Tour for Health Professionals”
• Farmers: John Dickinson, Owner at Ideal Dairy
Luke Getty, Owner at Ideal Dairy
Kyle Getty, Owner at Ideal Dairy
• Host: Jonathan Valdez, MBA, RDN, CSG, CDN, CCM, CDCES, ACE-CPT
• Pre-register here for the webinar: After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
o CME Credit (pending approval)
o CPEU Credit (pending approval): 1.0 hour for registered dietitian nutritionists
o Professional Development Certificate – Available for School Nurses
• See Promotional Webinar Flyer attached to share with your members.
• Feel free to share our promotional social media post on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram as well.
All webinar-related questions. Contact Michelle Barber MA, RDN, CDN, Health & Wellness Specialist/ADANE at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Here is the recent upstate on the state of Vaccinations in NYS:
Vaccines are widely considered among the greatest public health achievements of the last century.1 Diseases that previously killed thousands of children in the United States per year are now unheard of to most families. Over time, New York State has seen important increases in childhood vaccination rates. Yet, New York has also seen outbreaks of vaccine-preventable diseases in recent years.3 In addition, children of color have historically faced barriers to vaccine access, creating disparities in vaccination coverage4,5,6 It is critical to further increase vaccination rates to prevent the return of diseases we had relegated to the past. An early childhood series of vaccines, as recommend by the Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP), protects against 11 illnesses, including measles, mumps, and chickenpox. This report examines early childhood vaccination coverage in New York State from 2018 to 2020. Vaccination coverage refers to the percentage of children who completed the entire early childhood vaccine series by the age of 24 months. Data on childhood vaccination were made available through the New York State Immunization Information System (see more details on the data in the Methods section). Data on New York City immunizations are maintained by a separate immunization information system and were not made available to the report authors. This report therefore represents trends for about half of the statewide population of children ages 24–35 months.
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