ReachMD Partnership Sounds Like a Success

Have you heard yet that AAHPM has partnered with ReachMD, an innovative communications company, providing thought-provoking medical news and information to healthcare practitioners? More importantly, have you listened?

Established to help increasingly time-constrained medical providers stay abreast of new research, treatment protocols and continuing education requirements, ReachMD delivers innovative and informative radio programming via XM Satellite Radio Channel 160 and online streaming developed by doctors for doctors.

The Perspectives in Palliative Medicine series has been a huge success. With over 650 people downloading shows and others listening at home or in their cars, so many are tuning in to hear about key issues in palliative care. The latest programs,, hosted by AAHPM Executive Vice President Porter Storey, MD, include :

The Challenges to Pain Management in Geriatric Patients – 04/12/2010, with R. Sean Morrison, MD
Religious Issues Affecting End of Life Care – 04/05/2010, with Richard Payne, MD
Palliative Care’s Role in Treatment of the Seriously Ill – 03/29/2010 with Russell K. Portenoy, MD
Warning Shot: How to Deliver Difficult News – 03/22/2010, with Gail Austin Cooney, MD.
We are proud of our members who have done such a wonderful job representing the profession. If you haven’t listened yet, check it out, if you have, share your thoughts with us!

Jen Fuhrman
e-Marketing Manager


2 thoughts on “ReachMD Partnership Sounds Like a Success

  1. I love to catch these shows, but last I looked (about 2 wks ago), it was not on Itunes. (Some of the ReachMD series are available). Anyone know of plans for this?

  2. Thank you for your question. We are thrilled to know you enjoy these as much as we do. This series is not currently available on iTunes, HOWEVER, you can download any of these programs FOR FREE online on the ReachMD website, or listen for free on your iPhone or iPod touch. Here is a link that will take you directly to the page for downloads. You will need to register at, but again, it is free to register and free to download. Please let me know if you have any additional questions. Feel free to email me at

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