Ideamnensch began the interview with chief medical officer, Andrew Manganaro of Lifeline Screening by asking him where the idea to start Life Line Screening came from. Dr. Andrew Manganaro responded that the idea came to him when he was still a practicing cardiovascular surgeon at a private practice. It was there, that he saw what he describes as numerous catastrophic cases of cardiovascular diseases such as ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysms.
Many of these cases, he says, could have easily been prevented had the patients undergone preventive screening. The preventive screening which would have rooted the problem out well in advance. Life Line Screening provides exactly the kind of preventative measures and screening procedures that check for symptoms that can signal a future catastrophe or major cardiovascular disease like cartoid embolic strokes and more information click here.
The next question asked of chief medical officer, Andrew Manganaro was how does a standard day at work unfold for him and what does he do to make it more productive. Dr. Manganaro said that throughout the day he is involved in many quality assurance tasks. This includes him overseeing the clinical department at Life Line Screening and acting as a supervisor to the board certified physicians that read lab tests. Dr. Andrew Manganaro also looks after the research and development efforts at Life Line Screening.
Ideamensch next asked how Andrew Manganaro brings his ideas to life. To this question, Dr. Manganaro responded he brings ideas to life with the aid of his talented colleagues. Their hard work and cooperation is instrumental to executing ideas at the health care screening company.
Later on, Dr. Andrew Manganaro was asked about a trend that he deems exciting. Dr. Manganaro says the trend of more and more physicians recognized the importance and benefits of early diagnosis and intervention of diseases. With this approach, physicians, family members and patients can develop plans to halt or slow down the progression of chronic diseases. It can also lead to the stopping of many fatal or catastrophic developments if early intervention and treatment is provided and Lifeline Screening on Facebook.
Ideamensch asked Andrew Manganaro what are some habits of his that make him more productive at his job. He replied that hard work and persistence reap rewards at any workplace and learn more about Lifeline Screening.
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