Beyond the Scale: Enhancing Your Oncology Care with SOZO® BodyComp™ Analysis
Jocelyn Blatchley OTR/L, CLT-LANA, Moffitt Cancer Center
Diane Riccardi, MPH, RD, LDN, Registered Dietitian, Moffitt Cancer Center
Maureen McBeth, MPT, CLT-LANA, Key Accounts Specialist, ImpediMed
Katie Newsome, MPH, RD, LD, Clinical Implementation Specialist, Nutrition & Dietetics, ImpediMed
Are exercise and whole-body health part of your oncology care strategy? Join our panel of experts as they explore how SOZO’s BodyComp Analysis can help motivate patients and enhance your treatment plan. Jocelyn Blatchley OTR/L, CLT-LANA and Diane Riccardi, MPH, RD, LDN will bring firsthand experience from their multi-disciplinary surgical clinic at the Moffitt Cancer Center and discuss how SOZO is critical to patient care. Bring your questions for the live discussion and Q&A!
- How to analyze and interpret SOZO BodyComp outputs for patient care
- When to talk to patients about body composition to enhance motivation and improve compliance to treatment plans
- Best practices for integrated workflows and multi-disciplinary collaboration
Jocelyn Blatchley, OTR/L, CLT-LANA
Moffitt Cancer Center
Jocelyn Blatchley OTR/L, CLT-LANA is an occupational therapist from Tampa, FL currently working for Moffitt Cancer Center. She received her Master’s of Occupational Therapy from New York University in 2012. She is a lead therapist in the Moffitt Multi Disciplinary Surgical Clinic, where she utilizes SOZO on upwards of 30 patients per day while tracking and interpreting lymphatic microsurgical results. She is passionate in utilizing BodyComp and L-Dex scores to enhance the patient experience and outcomes during complete decongestive therapy.
Diane Riccardi, MPH, RD, LDN
Registered Dietitian, Moffitt Cancer Center
Diane Riccardi is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist at Moffitt McKinley Outpatient Center. She completed her dietetic internship at Brigham & Women’s Hospital in Boston, MA. After relocating to Tampa, she attended the University of South Florida completing a Master of Public Health Degree. As a member of the Moffitt Multi-Disciplinary Lymphedema Surgical Team, she provides nutrition care to cancer patients with lymphedema. Integrating bioimpedance spectroscopy into the nutritional assessment of each patient provides an objective measure for tracking the impact of dietary interventions on lymphedema symptoms.
Maureen McBeth, MPT, CLT-LANA
Key Accounts Specialist, ImpediMed
Maureen has over 25 years’ experience as a physical therapist, specializing in lymphedema and cancer rehabilitation. She is a member of APTA and the Lymphatic Disorders Special Interest Group of the Academy of Oncologic Physical Therapy. She regularly speaks at conferences and continuing education programs, has been involved in a long-term volunteer project to help advance lymphedema care in Cali, Colombia, and supports the many lymphatic advocacy efforts in the US. Her passion is geared toward creating the knowledge base and driving the social connections to increase the adoption of new technology and clinical practice guidelines for prospective surveillance of cancer-related lymphedema.
Katie Newsome, MPH, RD, LD
Clinical Implementation Specialist, Nutrition & Dietetics, ImpediMed
Katie is a clinical implementation specialist with ImpediMed and a registered dietitian in Houston, TX. She has a background in education, research, and public health. Katie has been with ImpediMed for one year and currently conducts nation-wide BodyComp trainings. She comes from her local public health department where she built and managed several programs including the Diabetes Prevention Program, the Mobile Health Team, and the Covid-19 Vaccine Data Program. In her spare time, Katie is a freelance nutrition expert writer. Katie is driven by nutrition education and strives to help people simplify the complexities of nutrition to improve outcomes and quality of life.
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SOZO uses ImpediMed’s BIS technology to measure and track critical information about the human body to aid clinicians in managing chronic disease and maximizing patient health. SOZO is non-invasive, fast, and easy to use. Results from the 30-second test* are available immediately providing proactive patient care including early detection of disease progression, treatment monitoring, and patient education.
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