In-Office Neuroscience Testing Guest: John Armstrong, Evoke Neuroscience Viv Hudson and Michael Berg of Ancillary Medical Solutions speak with John Armstrong of Evoke Neuroscience regarding in-office neuroscience testing of cognitive disorders in the primary care setting. This issue (12:36): How using brain mapping biomarkers can be used in the primary care setting How to determine […]
Vivien Hudson entered the medical ancillary space in 2013 after moving to the United States from Australia. Her past career as both a pharmacist and business owner made her understanding of small business in the medical field a natural fit. Vivien inherently understands many of the challenges a health practitioner experiences when running and growing their own business. She is excited by the many opportunities medical ancillaries present to physicians and the ability for them to grow their practice. Vivien has a family with 3 tweenage children, enjoys the outdoors and cooking.
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Testing for Drug Interactions Guest: Melissa Conley, Sano Informed Prescribing Viv Hudson and Michael Berg of Ancillary Medical Solutions speak with Melissa Conley about the MedMap blood panel for drug-drug interaction testing. This issue (10:26): How common are Adverse Drug Reactions (ADR) in the U.S.? Is there an objective way to test for what medications […]
Medical Ancillary Trends – Incorporating Nail Fungus Testing in the Primary Care Office With Vivien Hudson and Michael Berg Of Ancillary Medical Solutions Guest: Ron Olsen, DPM In this podcast, Dr. Olsen describes how primary care practitioners can incorporate the diagnosis and treatment of onychomycosis (nail fungus). This issue (11:32) The prevalence of onychomycosis in […]
Welcome to Medical Ancillary Trends With Vivien Hudson and Michael Berg of Ancillary Medical Solutions In this podcast, Mike and Viv introduce our new podcast series on ancillary services for medical practices and how they can improve both quality care and the bottom line This issue (5:29): How practices can stay independent by […]