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January 31, 2021 @ 5:22 pm

Incoming ASIPP President, Amol Soin, MD, Talks ASIPP, COVID, and much, much more.

Today we're going to talk about the upcoming annual meeting, the current state of COVID-19, precautions, as well as its current and future impact on our practice. Along those lines, we'll also talk about the future of the American Society of Interventional Pain Physicians, and how we weathered that miserable year we'll call 2020. A good segway to the PPP loan, also discussed. COVID started a year ago, the 26th of January, and good riddance. We hope you all get your vaccination soon.

Today we will also have the opportunity to talk about the new E and M documentation guidelines, and the changes that are coming, Tele-health is here to stay, and the advantages of belonging to our organization, Dr. Soin chats how membership helps our field.

Finally, as we welcome our new president,we pause to thank Dr. Harold Cordner for his excellent leadership during these tough months and appreciate his guidance during this pandemic - adaptable ASIPP at its best. We tribute the miraculous job that Melinda and Karen added in 2020 with remote learning. It took a team - thanks to all involved. A look forward to this next year, our optimistic leadership, and strength to the specialty. Enjoy the podcast....

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January 17, 2021 @ 10:11 pm

Dave Shultz, MD On Continous Infusion Pumps

David Schultz MD is well known to our community. A leader in pain medicine for 20 years, his career has been punctuated by a strong educational commitment to ASIPP, a willingness to share valuable information with the pain community, and a giving spirit that has been an important guidepost for upcoming pain management practitioners. From all walks of life, physicians and patients alike have benefited from Dr. Schultz's knowledge, his forward-thinking, and his desire to contribute.

This podcast was a lot of fun. An interesting and contemporary subject that doesn't receive the attention it is due. Continuous infusion pumps to the central nervous system have been around for a number of years, and are an excellent source of relief, particularly those that have exhausted mainstream therapies. Infusion therapies are a viable addition to any practice, and to the benefit of many.

The hesitation to add infusion therapy is a perception that this technology is left for very large practices or institutions. Dr. Schultz helps us walk through those question marks with his processes explained in this exciting interview. His philosophy and practice procedures allow this therapy to be offered to those suffering from intractable pain,ASIPP, in an outpatient and nurturing setting.

Please join us with this podcast. As you will hear, Dr. Schultz is clearly a leader in his technology; Enjoy.

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