Chronic kidney disease (CKD) screening and early detection for at-risk patients with diabetes and hypertension helps improve patient outcomes.  Since a majority of these patients are seen in the primary care setting, these clinicians have the opportunity to be the first line of defense in CKD recognition and improved management.

Join leaders from Labcorp and the National Kidney Foundation (NKF) as they discuss strategies, tools and available resources to assist time constrained primary care practices in identifying and managing patients at risk for CKD and potential associated cardiovascular events.  Through a case study you will gain insight on these resources and tools so you can incorporate new strategies into your practice and improve CKD management. 

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Jennifer Ennis, MD, FACP

Practicing Nephrologist and Medical Director, Clinical and Digital Solutions, Labcorp 

Elizabeth Montgomery

Vice President of Learning Strategies and Primary Care Programs at the National Kidney Foundation

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