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Michael Botticelli on Continuing to Fight the Addiction Crisis

Addiction is the most pressing public health crisis of our time. It is a chronic, medical condition that can impair health and function and is characterized by repeated use of a substance despite harmful consequences.

Cochlear Implants Now Offered at BMC!

If your hearing hasn't improved after using a hearing aid for at least 6 months, you may be a candidate for cochlear implant surgery. In this segment, Peter Weber, MD, MBA, board-certified neuro-otologist, discusses Cochlear Implants now offered at BMC and what drew him to work at Boston Medical Center.

Community Outreach Mobile Education Training (COMET)

Bringing a robust, pediatric acute care simulation training program to your medical facility – anytime, anywhere for all providers to train together as a unified team!


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Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease TeleECHO Clinic

In collaboration with the New England Pediatric Sickle Cell Consortium, the goal of our Pediatric Sickle Cell Disease TeleECHOTM Clinics is to further educate and increase the comfort of healthcare professionals treating pediatric patients with Sickle Cell Disease (SCD). Currently, SCD affects about 100,000 people in the US. Though childhood mortality has decreased significantly in the past fifty years, individuals with SCD continue to have limited access to comprehensive care.

Benefits of Using Your Patient Portal App

At Boston Medical Center, we work hard to meet our patient's expectations. One way we do this is through our patient portal.

In this segment, Rebecca Mishuris, MD, Associate Chief Medical Information Officer at Boston Medical Center, comes on the show to discuss how patients can benefit from using their patient portal with BMC.

Help for Those Struggling with Male Infertility

According to the American Society for Reproductive Medicine, about half of all cases of infertility involve an element of male infertility. Male infertility is solely responsible for 20-30 percent of infertility cases and is a contributing cause, along with a female factor, in another 20-30 percent of cases.

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