Dr. Andrew J. Manganaro, MD, FACC, FACS, was recently interviewed by CEOCFO Magazine and IdeaMensch. CEOCFO Magazine and Dr. Manganaro’s discussion centered on growth and developments, and IdeaMensch and Dr. Manganaro’s discussion centered around the idea of Life Line Screening and important lessons. He responded the following ways with CEOCFO Magazine: He told them about Life Line Screening, his role as the national medical director and CMO, and that doctors and patients are now embracing preventative screenings. They also discussed how Life Line Screening goes beyond the annual checking by utilizing a risk algorithm that takes the patients’ suitability for screening into account. Additionally, there were other similar interview topics, such as how Life Line Screening is growing, evolving, and so on.
When Dr. Manganaro talked to IdeaMensch, he responded in the following ways with them: He mentioned how he wouldn’t change how he did things in the past, he didn’t have a bad job, and he assesses and re-assesses failures in order to learn from them. Other things relating to life lessons and advice from Dr. Manganaro included being persistent and working hard, the book recommendation of Tennyson’s “Idylls of the King“, and more.
Before the interview questions, IdeaMensch gave a synopsis of Dr. Manganaro’s life. For one, he is from Brooklyn, New York, and he earned his bachelors degree in biology and philosophy. During these studies, he graduated as Phi Beta Kappa and cum laude. He also earned his MD from the New York University School of Medicine. He was elected as an Alpha Omega Alpha, and he was a Henry Viets Fellow and an university scholar. Dr. Manganaro completed his residency and chief residency in general surgery at the New York University/Bellevue Hospital Medical Center. Afterwards, he was a research fellow in cardiovascular physiology for two years at the UCLA School of Medicine. He also completed his residency and chief residency at the University of Rochester in cardiothoracic and vascular surgery, and then he earned his certification in Thoracic Surgery. Since then he has been in the cardiac, thoracic, and vascular surgery for 35 years in private practice until he earned his current position as the Chief Medical Officer of Life Line Screening.
About Life Line Screening
Life Line Screening is an organization specializing in preventive health screening that provides different types of testing for health issues’ identification before the health issues become serious. As a result, more than eight million people have been screened since its inception in 1996. And furthermore, nine out of 10 cardiovascular physicians support preventative health screening for at-risk patients. With Life Line Screening, each screening is reviewed by a board-certified physician, except for the assessment of disease risk. Detailed results’ reports will be given within 21 days of the patient’s appointment via mail or online e-Results.
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