Making the Invisible Visible with Life Line Screening

Dr. Andrew Manganaro is the CEO at Life Line Screening. Life Line Screening that provides testing services to adults for diseases that are asymptomatic such as cardiovascular diseases. Dr. Andrew Manganaro was interviewed recently by Ideasmench and CEOCFO magazines.

The idea for Life Line Screen was born in the experiences that Dr. Manganaro had as a physician. He explained that a lot of patients died because the conditions had not been discovered early enough. He sees the growing interest in identifying the presence of asymptomatic conditions early and help patients stop disease advancement. Hard work, persistence and knowledge of the field are important for an entrepreneur.

More patients and doctors are getting interested in the Life Line Screening services. They have advertised widely and shown the effectiveness of their technology and ideas through published research. They have a variety of tests available for a large number of conditions. They collaborate with a number of universities including New York University School of Medicine to ensure that results obtained at their testing facilities can be used to fill knowledge gaps through scholarly papers and more information click here.

Dr. Manganaro is encouraged by the fact that the company has become more trusted in the medical community and that it is now possible to detect vascular illnesses early and therefore prevent the patients’ conditions from worsening. The company is working on a new idea to predict adult onset Diabetes.

About Life Line Screening

The company was established in 1993 by Timothy Phillips and Colin Scully in Florida. By 1998 they were offering their services to over half a million people in the United States. The company has grown into the United Kingdom and Australia. Life Line Screening has partnered with Heritage Valley Health System, Ameriplan and a number of other health organization. They collaborate with various universities on research, and their records have been used in various publications and it Website.

The company provides testing using Ultrasound; to test for Carotid Artery Disease, osteoporosis and abdominal aortic aneurysm, blood testing; to test for Diabetes and cholesterol, Electrocardiograph; to test for irregular heartbeat and risk of stroke. Life Line Screening employs more than 1000 people. These are qualified technicians, doctors and medical researchers who work to find new ways to detect and prevent disease and learn more about Life Line Screen.

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Avi Weisfogel Pursues an Eclectic Variety of Hobbies

Avi Weisfogel has become best known as the Central New Jersey dentists who founded Dental Sleep Masters, one of the only accredited institutions in the United States that combines dentistry with sleep medicine. Dr. Avi Weisfogel is also well known as the man behind Old Bridge Dental, one of New Jersey’s most thriving and prominent dental practices. Over his long and successful career, Dr. Weisfogel has contributed perhaps more to the state of dentistry than anyone else in the state of New Jersey.

However, it is less well-known that Dr. Weisfogel is a man of many eclectic pursuits. Aside from his intense interest in charity, having given hundreds of thousands of dollars to charity such as Operation Smile and others, Dr. Weisfogel is actually a major player on the east coast rap scene and learn more about Avi.

After having spent a period of his youth within the inner city, in downtown Newark, Dr. Weisfogel gained a strong appreciation for the lyrical skills of some of the very talented freestyle rappers that populated not only the streets of Newark but his own high school, which he briefly attended for approximately two years, while he lived with his grandmother and more information click here.

Dr. Weisfogel soon discovered that he had a good reserve of lyrical talent himself. After winning a series of high-stakes rap battles, he was quickly recognized as one of the most skillful rappers in his school, being capable of devastating rejoinders and scathing rhymes that left his rap battle opponents blushing with embarrassed envy and Avi on Facebook.

Dr. Weisfogel is also a talented keyboard player and music producer. While still in high school, he produced an entire rap album featuring himself and a few of his friends. While this did not garner any genuine commercial success, it did showcase the budding performer’s latent talent for both music production and composition and Avi’s lacrosse camp.

But life intervened, cutting Dr. Weisfogel’s musical career short. After his friend was killed in a drive-by shooting incident, Dr. Weisfogel realized, for the first time, that he needed to leave the street life behind. He enrolled in college, eventually receiving an M.D. in the dental sciences from the New York University School of Dentistry. The rest is history and contact him.

Dr. Weisfogel occasionally still raps and regularly plays the keyboard at his home.

MB2 Dental offers entrepreneurial approach to dentistry

Running any kind of business used to be simpler. Running a medical or dental practice has never been easy, but the 21st century has brought an abundance of specialized knowledge needs in the areas of human resources, payroll, compliance, legal issues, and marketing. Founding a dentistry practice requires much more than dental knowledge. Enter MB2 Dental, a dental practice management network that provides the necessary nuts and bolts to its affiliate dentists so they can focus on patients, not problems.

 

MB2 Dental founder, Dr. Chris Steven Villanueva, a practicing dentist, saw the need for a company that would fill the administrative and legal needs while fostering doctor to doctor relationships. As Villanueva explained to Enterprise Radio host Eric Dye, MB2 focuses on creating and maintaining a progressive culture for employees and affiliate dentists. He has worked both as a sole practitioner and in corporate dentistry, and drew on the best of both to develop his entrepreneurial vision for MB2. It goes beyond administrative aid to help dentists progress in their field by offering mentoring, continuing education, and career growth opportunities. It encourages friendship between affiliate dentists by hosting bi-yearly owner’s retreats featuring activities like white-water rafting.

 

Its entrepreneurial approach to growing a successful dentistry and its strong focus on patient care has meant quick growth for the company. Founded in 2009, it now has more than 70 affiliated practices in six states: Alaska, Louisiana, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Tennessee, and Texas. One of the most attractive things about MB2 Dental is, unlike most managed care situations, it lets affiliates retain control of patient care and their practice’s standards of care. Affiliates “maintain 100 percent clinical autonomy,” says the company.

 

Villanueva draws from his experience building his own dental practice. His company provides the things he wishes he’d had early on and solves problems before they arise by providing ready-made infrastructure.

 

“I would have built infrastructure earlier vs. later. This decision is always difficult, as you’re struggling with “when” to add the next level of infrastructure,” he said, discussing his own practice’s development with Idea Mensch. “Building infrastructure before you think you need it is always good advice.”