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Ep 2: Dr. Nathaniel Reisinger on Point-of-Care-Technologies in Nephrology


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Nathaniel C. Reisinger, MD, is an Instructor in the Department of Emergency Medicine and Fellow in Clinical Ultrasound at the Perelman School of Medicine—Hospital of University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. After completing his MD at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, he completed his residency in internal medicine at New York Presbyterian Hospital—Columbia University Medical Center, followed by his nephrology fellowship at Penn. 

Dr. Reisinger's clinical interests are focused on adapting novel technologies to enhance patient care and outcomes in nephrology. He was an educator long before venturing into medicine and is building a point-of-care ultrasound curriculum for nephrology fellows to help bring in the age of the ultrasound stethoscope. 

Dr. Reisinger has a keen interest in the use of social media in nephrology. He is a 2017 intern in the Nephrology Social Media Collective . He is Editor-in-Chief of Kidney.Cloud (app available on iTunes & Google Play) and Jeff Berns’ chief social media strategist @Jeff_Berns_POTD. In addition, he works on the American Society of Nephrology’s joint quality improvement project with the CDC, Nephrologists Transforming Dialysis Safety, for preventing infections in the dialysis unit. He was recently named chief social media strategist for the Nephrology Business Leadership University. Dr. Reisinger has also been featured on DocTalk and is a recurring invited speaker with the Cardiorenal Society of America’s Cardiorenal University

You can read his blogs on or follow him on Twitter @nephrothaniel

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