For Patients

It is worth reading this recent article by Richard Asinof, in which he describes a new take on community health outreach and easier access to preventive care. The first urban Neighborhood Health Station in the nation is opening in Central Falls, Rhode Island. Integrating dental care,...

Have you wondered how telemedicine technology is changing the competitive landscape? Are you ready to upgrade your office visit to a techno visit with your physician? Take a moment to hear why Dr. Conard believes that telemedicine should be used as a tool for convenience, cost, and peace...

Should you use telemedicine? Convenient, inexpensive, and providing peace of mind. But is it good? Bad? Dangerous? How should you think about Telemedicine? Watch this video as Dr. Conard puts Telemedicine in perspective....

One of the most interesting and controversial issues in medicine today is the effect refined carbohydrates, such as table sugar, has on our bodies. In his book Sugar Blues, William Duffy got this controversy going with his proclamation that the introduction of sugar has led...

When I read the news of IBM’s acquisition of Truven Analytics last week I had to contain my excitement.  From my perspective, it is ground shaking to imagine the potency of IBM Watson Health gaining access to a significant cache of private and public healthcare data.  Let...