Increasing Diversity is the Key to Reducing Health Care Disparities
The careers of Dr. Leonidas Berry and Dr. Sadye Curry, the first Black gastroenterologists in the U.S., were dedicated not only to medical care but also to fighting social injustices.
New Combination Therapies and Treatment De-escalation Among Ways to Improve IBD Treatment
New treatment approaches should consider matching treatment intensity to inflammatory burden, Dr. David Rubin asserts.
Preparation and Thinking Beyond Salary Are Key When Negotiating Your Contract
Clinicians hoping to renegotiate their contract should have data on the value they bring, including RVUs, quality metrics and patient satisfaction.
ASGE-Sponsored Guidelines Address 4 Key Questions Surrounding Flexible Endoscope Reprocessing
Recent multisociety guidelines find limited data behind some processes that have become standard practice.
It’s Time for Broadened Screening for Asymptomatic Patients at Risk for Barrett’s Esophagus and Esophageal Cancer
Chronic GERD is no longer a prerequisite to screen for Barrett’s esophagus—other risk factors may prove to be more valuable.
What did you learn this year at #DDW2023?
We hear from several attendees about what they’re taking home with them after three days of sessions.
Recap the Meeting with DDW News
Review session highlights from each day of the meeting and recaps of the top science over on DDW News.
Thank You and See You Next Year!
We hope you had a great time at the meeting. We’re already counting down to May 18–21, 2024! Join us in Washington, D.C. or online.