2 episodes

Multiple Chronic Conditions (MCC) means that a person is living with two or more chronic conditions at the same time. Currently, 1 out of 3 adult Americans have MCCs and for persons 65 and older 4 out of 5 Medicare Beneficiaries and a growing number of children have MCCs. This is the largest patient population and users of healthcare resources accounting for 64% of all clinician visits, 70% of all inpatient stays, 83% of all prescriptions, 71% of all healthcare spending, and 93% of Medicare spending.

https://multiplechronicconditions.org/

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Multiple Chronic Conditions (MCC) means that a person is living with two or more chronic conditions at the same time. Currently, 1 out of 3 adult Americans have MCCs and for persons 65 and older 4 out of 5 Medicare Beneficiaries and a growing number of children have MCCs. This is the largest patient population and users of healthcare resources accounting for 64% of all clinician visits, 70% of all inpatient stays, 83% of all prescriptions, 71% of all healthcare spending, and 93% of Medicare spending.

https://multiplechronicconditions.org/

    Dr. Glenna Crooks discusses her research on helping overloaded people remaining in the workforce

    Dr. Glenna Crooks discusses her research on helping overloaded people remaining in the workforce

    In this second edition of The MCCRC Podcast, Dr. Kim Kuebler sits down with Dr. Glenna Crooks to talk about her most recent research on helping overloaded people remaining in the workforce, along with her most recent book "The NetworkSage: Realize Your Network Superpower."

    Order "The NetworkSage: Realize Your Network Superpower" here: https://www.amazon.com/NetworkSage-Realize-Your-Network-Superpower/dp/1532029624

    The MCCRC Podcast EP #2: Dr. Glenna Crooks, PhD

    Visit The Multiple Chronic Conditions Website here: https://multiplechronicconditions.org/
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    • 26 min
    Dr Julian L. Gallegos discusses the link between diabetes and low testosterone in men

    Dr Julian L. Gallegos discusses the link between diabetes and low testosterone in men

    In this first edition of The MCCRC Podcast, Dr. Kim Kuebler sits down with Dr. Julian L. Gallegos to talk about T2DM, Obesity, and Hypogonadism.

    Visit The Multiple Chronic Conditions Website here: https://multiplechronicconditions.org/

    The MCCRC Podcast EP #1: Dr. Julian L. Gallegos, PhD, MBA, FNP-BC, CNL, CMHE, FAUNA
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    • 28 min

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