Today's Top 20 Gastroenterology and Endoscopy Stories
  • Vivante rebrands to Cylinder

    Vivante Health, the virtual digestive healthcare platform, has rebranded with a new name and visual identity: Cylinder. 
  • Colonoscopies in the ASC vs. HOPD: Which is better? 

    Colonoscopies can be performed in ASCs or hospitals, but there are different considerations when deciding the best setting for the procedure.
  • 31% of gastroenterologists worth over $5M

    Approximately 31% of gastroenterologists have a net worth of over $5 million in 2024, according to Medscape's 2024 "Physician Wealth and Debt Report," published June 12. 
  • United Digestive's 2 best ASCs, per US News

    Two ASCs affiliated with GI physician practice management organization United Digestive have been named among U.S. News & World Report's top ASCs in the nation for 2024. 
  • 2 ways to potentially increase colorectal cancer screenings

    Two recent studies point to distinct ways health systems could increase the amount of patients undergoing routine colorectal cancer screenings. 
  • 11 gastroenterologists in the headlines

    Here are 11 gastroenterologists making headlines in the last month:
  • The future of weight loss medications in GI care

    Gastroenterologists are taking an increased interest in prescription weight loss medications and their impact on GI care. 
  • Hoag taps executive medical director for digestive health

    Newport Beach, Calif.-based Hoag has tapped gastroenterologist Kenneth Chang, MD, as executive medical director of its Digestive Health Institute. 
  • 5 studies reshaping GI care

    From new colonoscopy suggestions to updated guidelines on obesity management, here are five studies published in 2024 that are reshaping gastroenterology care: 
  • Self employed vs. employed gastroenterologists: 10 notes 

    Here are 10 key notes on private practice and employment for gastroenterologists and the physician workforce as a whole:
  • GI becoming 'hub for obesity management'

    The June issue of the American Journal of Gastroenterology is focused on obesity in gastroenterology, discussing issues including population trends in obesity, food insecurity, how obesity affects predisposition to diseases and response to therapies, treatment and therapies and a multidisciplinary approach to obesity. 
  • MNGI Digestive Health moves into new Minnesota building

    A 100,500-square-foot medical office building that is fully leased to Allina and MNGI Digestive Health has opened in Lakeville, Minn., according to a June 5 report from REJournals.
  • 5 physicians on the cutting edge of gastroenterology

    Here are five of the many physicians on the cutting edge of gastroenterology: 
  • Avera breaks ground on GI medical office building

    Sioux Falls, S.D.-based Avera Health has broken ground on a new medical office building that will house digestive services at its Louise Health Campus. 
  • New York GI practice opens women's center

    New York City-based Gastroenterology Associates of Brooklyn has opened a new office in the Bay Ridge neighborhood that will offer specialized care for women, according to a June 4 report from the Brooklyn Paper.
  • AI helps double colonoscopy rates in underserved patients: Study

    Artificial intelligence may help  engage underserved patients with colonoscopy screenings, according to a study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology's 2024 annual meeting. 
  • Children's Hospital of Philadelphia taps GI chief

    Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has tapped Binita Kamath as its chief of the division of gastroenterology, hepatology and nutrition. 
  • Digestive Health Physicians Association taps new president, board chair

    Gastroenterologist Naresh Gunaratnam, MD, has been named president and chair of the board of directors for the Digestive Health Physicians Association. 
  • Trinity Health adds Michigan GI practices

    Grand Rapids, Mich.-based Trinity Health Medical Group has added Grand River Gastroenterology and the Grand River Endoscopy Center to its network. 
  • Dr. Maria Abreu named AGA president

    Gastroenterologist Maria Abreu, MD, has been appointed the 119th president of the American Gastroenterological Association, effective May 30. 

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