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- SSM Health, Paladina Health form primary-care joint venture
Employers will pay a flat fee for each employee's primary-care services, which will provide 24/7 access to a personal physician
without co-pays and other out-of-pocket costs.
Modern Healthcare. Thursday, 15 Aug 2019.
- Physician Burnout: Isolation, Loneliness And The Loss Of The American Hospital
Times, like hospitals, have changed. This article looks at how the changing role of the American hospital has left doctors feeling lonely, isolated and, increasingly, burned out.
Forbes. Monday, 12 Aug 2019.
- The doctor is in
For 15 years, Carl Allamby was a master mechanic at a car garage in Ohio. But while studying to earn a business degree, his childhood dream to be a physician
took over, and in short order the car doctor became a real doctor. ...
CBS News. Monday, 12 Aug 2019.
- Internet can be valuable tool for people with undiagnosed rare disorders
The internet can serve as a pathway to diagnosis and care for people who suspect they have a rare condition that has not been identified by their physicians, according to a new study.
Science Daily. Wednesday, 7 Aug 2019.
- A Doctor's Insights Into Gun Violence And Gun Laws Around The World
Vin Gupta, a critical-care physician
with military experience and a scientist at the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation, talks about the U.S., Mexico, South Africa and Afghanistan.
NPR. Tuesday, 6 Aug 2019.
- Cancer center heads received $4.4 million from drug, devicemakers in 2017
A new JAMA Internal Medicine report says 26 physician
cancer center directors received a combined $4.4 million in payments from drug and devicemakers for research and nonresearch purposes in 2017.
Modern Healthcare. Monday, 5 Aug 2019.
- Professional coaching alleviates burnout symptoms in physicians
Medical doctors in the United States are twice as likely to experience symptoms of burnout as other workers, which can compromise quality of care and place patients at risk. ...
Science Daily. Monday, 5 Aug 2019.
- Can Patient Wins Aid GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH) Q2 Earnings?
GW Pharmaceuticals (GWPH) is witnessing a solid new patient recruitment for Epidolex and a huge number of physicians
are recommending the same in their prescriptions.
Zacks. Wednesday, 31 Jul 2019.
- Your Nurse Practitioner Will See You Now: How APPs Are Expanding Care Delivery
The use of nurse practitioners and physician
assistants in hospitals and doctors' offices has become the rule vs. the exception.
Forbes. Tuesday, 30 Jul 2019.
- ER doctor, students invent device for common hospital complaint: rings stuck on fingers
Some engineering students and an emergency department physician
in Dartmouth, N.S., have invented a way to safely remove rings from swollen fingers without damage. They're hopeful Ring Rescue will be a common tool in hospitals.
CBC News. Friday, 26 Jul 2019.
- Indiana mother-of-two, 26, almost lost her leg to a deadly bacterial infection during vacation
WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT Taylor Bryant, 26, from Indianapolis, Indiana, was diagnosed with cellulitis, a bacterial skin infection that physicians
believe she contracted in Tennessee.
Daily Mail. Thursday, 25 Jul 2019.
- Federal Judge Temporarily Blocks Arkansas Abortion Restrictions
The restrictions would have required physicians
performing abortions to be board certified and prevented abortions after 18 weeks or for the sole reason that the fetus has Down syndrome.
NPR. Wednesday, 24 Jul 2019.
- California Has Doctor Shortage, Is Paying Off Medical School Loans
California is grappling with a shortage of doctors so severe, the state is paying off the medical school loans of physicians
and dentists, hoping to recruit the medical professionals.
Newsmax. Wednesday, 17 Jul 2019.
- Tales from the ER on Fourth of July
Four emergency room physicians
spoke to DailyMail.com about the worst injuries they've seen over Independence Day including fireworks that explode and lead to finger amputation
Daily Mail. Thursday, 4 Jul 2019.
- Adtalem Arm Partners With Dillard, Boosts Physician Diversity
Adtalem Global Education's (ATGE) unit, Ross University School of Medicine collaborates with Dillard to address African-American physician
diversity in the United States.
Zacks. Thursday, 27 Jun 2019.
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