Dr. Andrew Dean Feld MD
Gastroenterologist | Gastroenterology10535 Ne Glisan St Suite 200 Portland OR, 97220
Dr. Andrew Feld is a gastroenterologist practicing in Portland, OR. Dr. Feld specializes in the digestive system and its diseases that affect the gastrointestinal tract, which include organs from the mouth to the anus as well as liver disorders. Gastroenterology includes conditions such as hepatitis, peptic ulcer disease, colitis, nutritional problems and irritable bowel syndrome. Dr. Feld performs colonoscopy and endoscopy procedures and provides accurate and thorough care for patients suffering from digestive issues.
- Increasing patient adherence to gastroenterology treatment and prevention regimens.
- Intergenerational transmission of gastrointestinal illness behavior.
- Medical-legal risks of incident cancers after clearing colonoscopy.
- Costs of care for irritable bowel syndrome patients in a health maintenance organization.
- Medicolegal implications of colon cancer screening.
- Legal risks in treating irritable bowel syndrome.
- Malpractice, tort reform, and you: an introduction to risk management.
- Informed consent: not just for procedures anymore.
- Malpractice risks associated with colon cancer and inflammatory bowel disease.
- Increased somatic complaints and health-care utilization in children: effects of parent IBS status and parent response to gastrointestinal symptoms.
- The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA): its broad effect on practice.
- Reports of "satisfactory relief" by IBS patients receiving usual medical care are confounded by baseline symptom severity and do not accurately reflect symptom improvement.
- Being prepared before the storm.
- Culture and medical malpractice: lessons from Japan. Is the "reluctant plaintiff" a myth?
- Physician liability for medical errors of nonphysician clinicians: nurse practitioners and physician assistants.
- Costs of health care for irritable bowel syndrome, chronic constipation, functional diarrhoea and functional abdominal pain.
- Comorbidity in irritable bowel syndrome.
- Legal risks of clinical practice guidelines.
- Endoscopic sedation: medicolegal considerations.
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy for children with functional abdominal pain and their parents decreases pain and other symptoms.
- Inability of the Rome III criteria to distinguish functional constipation from constipation-subtype irritable bowel syndrome.
- Cimetidine use and gastric cancer.
- Risk management and legal issues for colonoscopy.
- Physician liability: electronic medical records.
- Internet liability for gastroenterologists: select issues from social networking to doctor rating sites.
- Consent: Can it be more informed?
- Social media in the health-care setting: benefits but also a minefield of compliance and other legal issues.
- Here comes the sun: medical professionalism and the implications of the sunshine act for gastroenterology practice.
- Psychosocial mechanisms for the transmission of somatic symptoms from parents to children.
- Understanding Legal and Regulatory Adverse Actions: How Trouble Could Come at You.
- Time to Put Managing Endoscopic Complications Into the Curriculum.
- Endoscopic Sedation: Medicolegal Considerations.
- Brief telephone-delivered cognitive-behavioral therapy targeted to parents of children with functional abdominal pain: a randomized controlled trial.
- Brief telephone-delivered cognitive behavioral therapy targeted to parents of children with functional abdominal pain: a randomized controlled trial.
- Maladaptive Coping and Depressive Symptoms Partially Explain the Association Between Family Stress and Pain-Related Distress in Youth With IBD.
- Prevention of acute aspirin-induced gastric mucosal injury by 15-R-15 methyl prostaglandin E2: an endoscopic study.
- Upper gastrointestinal tract bleeding. Predisposing factors, diagnosis, and therapy.
- Severe upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Part I: Causes, pathogenesis and methods of diagnosis.
- A pilot study of DNA aneuploidy in colorectal adenomas and risk of adenoma recurrence.
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