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Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (PNETs) – Mayo Clinic

Pancreatic neuroendocrine tumors (PNETs) – Mayo Clinic

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment February 28, 2020

what I think may have to offer is really being a full-service station if you will for all things pancreatic with is really a team approach diagnosing and treating ineuron tumors we have expert the neurons cran and angry attic apologists who can make these diagnoses with search phone call tests or have Hillary surgeons […]

Mayo Clinic – Designers on Physicians

Mayo Clinic – Designers on Physicians

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 6, 2020

[MUSIC PLAYING] If you’ve studied the history of design in terms of how it evolved in response to need and how there is this remarkable momentum– or what pushes design is so tangible, you start to understand how many problems it’s resolved. If you take that and then you move forward to where design is […]

Jay Elsten – Neuroendocrine Tumor – Mayo Clinic

Jay Elsten – Neuroendocrine Tumor – Mayo Clinic

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments January 6, 2020

It started subtly. No sign anything was amiss just some itching and rashes developing on both of Jay Elsten’s legs. A trip to his primary care physician in 2012 led to an initial diagnosis of hepatitis, a prescription for antibiotics and a recommendation to call again if Jay were not feeling better in a few […]

Common Types of Breast Cancer – Mayo Clinic

Common Types of Breast Cancer – Mayo Clinic

By Bryan Wright 6 Comments January 6, 2020

While breast cancer can occur in any part of your breasts, it is more likely to be found in the ducts and lobules. Ductal breast cancer starts in the cells that line the milk ducts. Lobular breast cancer starts in the cells that line the lobules. Breast cancer is also described based on how likely […]

Head and Neck Cancer – Mayo Clinic

Head and Neck Cancer – Mayo Clinic

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 6, 2020

All the things that we think of, give us personality, individuality and life really reside in the head and neck. There have actually been studies done looking at patients who get treated at centers who do a high volume of head neck cases. Patients who go to physicians who do this as a dedicated specialty […]

Doctor’s Orders: Mayo Clinic Sets Up Own Air Ambulance Operation

Doctor’s Orders: Mayo Clinic Sets Up Own Air Ambulance Operation

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment January 5, 2020

Moving from a helicopter air ambulance company to a fixed-wing operation, that’s been really a quite a challenge, an interesting challenge, but at the same time, it’s offered a lot of new opportunities. Because we had never operated an airplane before, we were not required to do proving runs, but we had to do a […]

Kidney Transplant Overview – Mayo Clinic

Kidney Transplant Overview – Mayo Clinic

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments January 3, 2020

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Mayo Clinic Hemophilia Treatment Center

Mayo Clinic Hemophilia Treatment Center

By Bryan Wright 2 Comments December 24, 2019

Bleeding disorders are fairly rare and can be very complicated. The general physician may not be very familiar on how to look after these patients and that’s why we exist, to provide that specialized care. Simplistically speaking, we’re there to look after the patient so they don’t end up in a hospital. We want to […]

Mayo Clinic – eConsult

Mayo Clinic – eConsult

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 23, 2019

What we’re finding is that by bringing the payer right to the table and again, this idea of engaging stakeholders early on and actually co-creating new models in partnership with payers seems to work the best. And if I can provide one example, as we were working on this model of e-consultations, the idea there […]

Mayo Clinic – The Challenge of Transformative Change

Mayo Clinic – The Challenge of Transformative Change

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 23, 2019

With any service environment or indeed with any business environment, there’s a need to balance incremental innovation with breakthrough innovation. They both need to happen. Large amounts of benefit can be created with lots of relatively small innovations that can have significant impact on, in this case, the patient experience or the efficiency of the […]