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Institute of Pain Management , PA
4243 Sunbeam Road
The Institute of Pain Management provides a multi-disciplinary approach to the management of all types of acute and chronic pain. Our board certified specialists co-ordinate treatment plans individually designed for each of our patients. We focus on treat
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Providing ancillary services can help ...
Providing ancillary services can help private pain management practitioners stay solvent during these times of transition, according to Orlando G. Florete Jr, MD, medical director at the Florida Institute of Medical Research and the Institute of Pain Management.
He discussed ways that practice owners can implement such services to boost revenue while maintaining compliance with state and federal laws.
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â€œPain management providers in private practice often do not use ancillary services efficiently due to a lack of business savvy and overreliance on office managers who may be more operational in their thought processes,â€� said Dr. Florete
Types of Pain Management Ancillary Services
Types of ancillary services that Dr. Florete
reviewed include high-complexity drug testing, medication dispensing, and physical therapy.
Beyond being an opportunity to boost revenue, providing onsite high-complexity drug testing with radioimmunoassay, gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GCMS), or high-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) is good clinical practice, according to Dr. Florete
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Orlando G. Florete, Jr. M.D. is Co-Director of the Baptist Institute of Pain Management.Introduction The use of cryoanalgesia in the management of chronic pain syndrome is gaining acceptance.
ORLANDO G. FLORETE, JR, ...
ORLANDO G. FLORETE, JR, MDDIRECTOR, INSTITUTE OF PAIN MANAGEMENT, PA DIRECTOR, FLORIDA INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL RESEARCH CHIEF, PAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICE, BAPTIST MEDICAL CENTER JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA Orlando G. Florete, Jr, MD, is director of the Institute of Pain Management, PA, the Florida Institute of Medical Research, and is Chief of the Pain Management Service at Baptist Medical Center.He
has received numerous scholarships and awards, among them the Winthrop Stearns Scholarship Award and the Community Service Award from the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Florida College of Medicine
is a highly esteemed and frequently invited speaker at both national and international symposia, lecturing on pain management and treatment algorithms.He is a member of several professional organizations, including the American Academy of Pain Medicine, the American Academy of Pain Management, American Society of Anesthesiologist, International Anesthesia Research Society, the American Pain Society, the Florida Academy of Pain Management, and others; he is a life member of the Winthrop Stearns Fellows and Scholars Association.Dr. Florete's
research has been extensively published, with numerous book chapters and journal articles to his
credit, as well as abstracts and teaching materials.Dr. Florete received his medical degree from the Cebu Institute of Medicine in Cebu City, Philippines.He
internship and residency at the University of Philippines College of Medicine
as well as a residency in Anesthesiology at the University of Florida College of Medicine
postgraduate training includes fellowships in cardiology (University of Philippines) and critical care medicine (University of Florida).
This 30 minute presentation will be ...
This 30 minute presentation will be presented by Orlando Florete, MD, Director of the Institute of Pain Management at the Florida Institute of Medical Research and Director of Pain Service at Baptist Medical Center in Jacksonville, Florida.
"EGL Scan technology is a valuable ...
"EGL Scan technology is a valuable innovation designed to save time and be cost-effective for patients and payers," said Orlando Florete, M.D., of the Institute of Pain Management in Jacksonville, Florida.