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Ask About Your Nutrition?

If you are a hospitalized adult in the U.S. you are more likely to be malnourished than not. Up to 50% of all hospitalized adults are malnourished according to many research projects.

The present gap and educational opportunity to help people in their lives.

We consult hospital systems as well as Clinical Nutrition Departments (RDs & RDNs/DTRs & DTRNs) to help improve the problems of nutritional diagnosis, Severe Malnutrition and Non-Severe Malnutrition. Helping facilities increase reimbursement revenue through documentation and coding, improving the role of Registered Dietitians by physical assessment with medical nutrition therapy, and for families by helping to understand and know what to do.

My efforts are to the end goal of improved nutritional status for the underprivileged, the underrepresented, as well as those that are food insecure.

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About the Author

Dr. Michael Todd Greene, EdD, MS, RDN ()

DocRD® L.L.C. Doctor Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Educational Leadership | Educational Psychology | Nutritional Science | Health & Wellness Director of Nutrition & Food Service | General Manager IV | Hospital Food Service & Operations Baking Science and Technology | Professional Baking | Food Safety | Large Scale Baking Subject Matter Expert | Severe Malnutrition | Food Insecurity | Motivation | Nutritional Consultations | Nutritional Coaching | Nutrition Education | Physician support | Improved Nursing Nutritional Screening | RD Competencies | RD’s writing orders for Physician’s signature | RD’s Monitoring Intake & Output Drill Down Investigative Savvy | Quality | Reducing Admissions Nutritional Science Preceptor | Coordinated Dietetics Program Front Line Labor | Technical Trainings

Website: https://www.docrd.com

2 Responses to “Ask about your nutrition?”

  1. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but
    I find this topic to be really something which I think I would never understand.
    It seems too complicated and very broad for me. I’m looking forward
    for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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