2020 Webinar: NLRB - How Is It Working So Far?

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Recorded On: 02/20/2020

In the Spring of 2019, the National Liver Review Board was put into place. The purpose is to provide greater uniformity in assigning MELD exception scores. We have early data describing the initial outcomes of patients requesting MELD exception scores. There are also some early "lessons learned" in how to improve the process. Dissemination of this data would be helpful for practitioners requesting MELD scores for their patients. We will utilize a live webinar format that will be recorded for on-demand viewing on LiverLearning®.

James F. Trotter

Dr. Trotter is the Director of General and Transplant Hepatology at Baylor University Medical Center, part of Baylor Scott & White Health, and is fellowship-trained in hepatic transplantation and gastroenterology. His primary interests include end-stage liver disease, living donor liver transplantation, and the management of liver transplant candidates and recipients.

Dr. Trotter works closely with local physicians to support the management and treatment of patients with liver disease and evaluate possible candidacy for transplantation at the liver outreach clinic in the Austin area. Dr. Trotter completed his medical training at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas before receiving fellowship training in gastroenterology and hepatic transplantation at Duke University Medical Center.


NLRB - How Is It Working So Far?
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Open to view video. Presenter: James F. Trotter, MD
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