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Access...A Critical Benefit Of Concierge Medicine
Forbes
“One of the reasons we transitioned from a traditional practice to a concierge medical practice was so we could provide our patients 24/7 responsiveness,” says Jeffrey Friedman M.D., Director of Medicine at Community Health Associates and a member of ...



The MIT Tech

Making preventive medicine more accessible
The MIT Tech
That vision brought Misra from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, to Cambridge, Massachusetts, though she admits that “the idea of trying to pursue medicine at an institute of technology seemed a bit incongruous” at first. She turns to her career role model ...



Florida Times-Union

'Magical' yoga session among fundraisers in unique Volunteers in Medicine campaign
Florida Times-Union
Boggs, a senior vice president with the Raymond James investment firm, was one of Volunteers in Medicine's inaugural class of “Women With Heart.” In a unique, year-long fundraising campaign, each of the 11 honorees spent a different month in 2017 ...



Forbes

Medicine Is Moving From Implantables To 'Chipables'
Forbes
The monitoring of the electrocardiogram is an essential tool in clinical care. From feeling a simple pulse to the intricacies of an intracellular action potential, that 'lub dub' is synonymous with the very essence of life. But enough about high ...



Telegraph.co.uk

Homeopathy: what you need to know about the controversial ...
Telegraph.co.uk
As a protest march against the use of homeopathic remedies to treat pets descended on Westminster earlier this week, professor Edzard Ernst ignited a 13-year row with monarch-to-be Prince Charles over the latter's support of homeopathy.

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New York Times

Given Medicine, the Patients Got Better. They Remained in Shackles Anyway.
New York Times
People with severe mental disorders endure abuse around the world, caged, warehoused in institutions, and imprisoned. But those living chained to trees or concrete blocks in parts of Africa are among the most trapped, forgotten people on earth. One way ...



STAT

From Rockette, teacher, or astronaut to doctor: When medicine is a second career
STAT
any physicians will tell you their path to medicine began in their youth. But for others, a career as a doctor was a later-in-life decision, a change of plans, a new challenge — for whatever reason, career number two. Indeed, recent years have seen an ...



New Sports Medicine Chief Catherine Robertson Personalizes Athlete Care at UC San Diego Health
UC San Diego Health
“Dr. Robertson is a fantastic surgeon and colleague. She tailors surgical procedures to best suit her individual patients and their unique bodies, injuries and goals — and her patients love her for it,” said Steven Garfin, MD, chair of the Department ...



Mathis named chief compliance officer for UW Medicine in Seattle
Vanderbilt University News
“Jim has worked consistently since joining VUMC to elevate the profile of the compliance program within our organization,” said C. Wright Pinson, MBA, MD, Deputy Chief Executive Officer and Chief Health System Officer. “We're grateful for Jim's ...



Healthcare IT News

eClinicalWorks 'elevating the EHR' with precision medicine and artificial intelligence at HIMSS18
Healthcare IT News
And at HIMSS18, the company is focusing on “elevating an EHR from the traditional mindset of data entry to smartness and intelligence that helps doctors,” Navani said. Three examples that will be on display at the health IT conference are the Open and ...


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