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Planning in advance can enable your video integration system to improve workflow and efficiency.
2.17.2017
9:24am
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Healthcare will grow at an annual average of 5.6 percent from 2016-2025, outpacing expected economic growth.
by Associated Press
2.17.2017
9:15am
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According to the AMA, about 280,000 international medical graduates practice in the U.S. today — that’s about one in four doctors.
by Lauren Silverman, KERA and Kaiser Health News
2.17.2017
9:09am
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Researchers generated images of human arteries using the scanning fiber endoscope, which illuminates tissues with multiple laser beams.
by Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan
2.17.2017
8:31am
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The 61-year-old patient was found dead just 380 feet from the entrance of Down East Community Hospital in Machias.
by Associated Press
2.17.2017
7:13am
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Recording and analyzing patient and family reports about rude and disrespectful behavior can identify surgeons with higher rates of surgical site infections and other avoidable adverse outcomes.
by Vanderbilt University Medical Center
2.16.2017
9:40am
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The new rule, which had been widely expected, was actually begun by the outgoing Obama administration, in part to address complaints by insurers that consumers were “gaming” the system.
by Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News
2.16.2017
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The announcement also includes the debut of a suite of tools for the transradial approach.
2.16.2017
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The order, which was issued by the state Department of Health and Human Services, said McLaren Flint has insufficiently shown compliance with recommendations made by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the fall.
by Associated Press
2.16.2017
9:02am
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A Surgical Products Q&A with Leo Petrossian, PhD, the co-founder and chief executive officer of Neural Analytics.
2.15.2017
10:03am
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Three recent reports on deaths due to medical error in US hospitals have estimated the figure to be greater than 200,000 deaths per year.
by Wolters Kluwer Health
2.15.2017
9:58am
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A review by The Associated Press found Seema Verma and her small Indianapolis-based firm made millions through consulting agreements with at least nine states while also working under contract for Hewlett Packard.
by Brian Slodysko and Carl K. Johnson, Associated Press
2.15.2017
9:54am
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Researchers at Vanderbilt University are employing the unlikely tool to make artificial blood capillaries, which could eventually lead to the development of fabricated livers, kidneys, and bones.
by CNN Money
2.15.2017
9:37am
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Once the bedside system was in place, 54 percent of patients with limited English were notably better able to understand the reasons for the procedures being considered, as well as the risks involved.
by Springer
2.15.2017
9:10am
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The Washington Supreme Court vacated a lower court's ruling and ordered a new trial in the case of a man who suffered through complications following a prostatectomy with the da Vinci.
2.14.2017
10:32am
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All told, Duntsch is accused of intentionally maiming more than a dozen patients and killing two between 2012 and 2013.
2.14.2017
10:21am
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Patients undergoing shoulder replacement surgery who have Medicaid, Medicare, or no health insurance had higher complication rates as compared to patients who had private insurance.
by Boston University Medical Center
2.14.2017
10:15am
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Bone graft substitute comprised of viable, lineage committed bone cells delivers all three properties required for bone formation.
by DePuy Synthes
2.14.2017
9:50am
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All patients off immunosuppressive drugs more than a year after transplant in small clinical trial.
by Johns Hopkins Medicine
2.14.2017
8:21am
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Medicare Advantage patients found no sicker than similar fee-for-service Medicare beneficiaries.
by University of California - San Diego
2.13.2017
10:10am
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When originally used, the approach, which involves making an incision behind the ear instead of in the neck, took advantage of modern robotics and endoscopic technology.
by Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center
2.13.2017
10:05am
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The algorithm determines a patient's risk of developing graft-versus-host disease by measuring concentrations of proteins ST2 and REG3a.
by The Mount Sinai Hospital/Mount Sinai School of Medicine
2.13.2017
9:43am
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In a Wall Street Journal video, the benefits and shortcomings of the MarginProbe device are discussed, including what's holding it back from wider implementation.
by Wall Street Journal
2.13.2017
8:10am
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Dr. Alireza Shamshirsaz is an Iranian-born professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston who specializes in fetal surgery.
by Associated Press
2.13.2017
7:48am
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So far, it’s worked on monkeys, and now scientists are eyeing a way to use a sperm-blocking gel on humans.
2.10.2017
9:19am
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There might be significant changed coming for everything from bundled payments to birth control coverage.
by Julie Rovner, Kaiser Health News
2.10.2017
9:18am
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The CardioInsight system is the first commercially released, noninvasive, cardiac electrical mapping system in the world, eliminating the invasive steps of this clinical procedure.
by Medtronic
2.10.2017
8:59am
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National and institutional study findings published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons show steady improvement in survival for infants and children treated for acute or chronic liver failure.
by American College of Surgeons
2.10.2017
8:49am
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2.10.2017
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“The passive reporting of adverse events is a weak system,” Marcia Crosse, PhD, the director of the health care division of the GAO told the New York Times.
2.9.2017
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The effort will begin specifically with colorectal surgery patients, and will later expand.
by Associated Press
2.9.2017
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U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson on Wednesday said the merger would significantly reduce competition in the already concentrated insurance market, particularly for large national employers.
by Jonathan J. Cooper, Associated Press
2.9.2017
8:47am
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Designed to protect wrapped trays from punctures or tears caused by sharp corners or feet, the 4 x 4 x 2 inch Pop-Up Corner Card simply pops up for easy assembly and fits most trays or baskets.
2.9.2017
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The program — begun in 2006 by then President George W. Bush — allowed Cuban doctors, nurses and other medical professionals to defect to the U.S. while on their government's mandatory assignments abroad.
by Adriana Gomez Licon, Associated Press
2.9.2017
8:39am
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Johnson & Johnson’s Mentor Worldwide unit has found itself the subject of a lawsuit alleging that it sold breast implants that have caused a host of health problems for at least one patient.
2.8.2017
9:35am
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Though she held a valid visa, Suha Abushamma, MD, was told to relinquish it and sent back to Saudi Arabia.
2.8.2017
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Neurosurgeons and pathologists at Michigan Medicine are the first to execute stimulated Raman histology, a method that improves speed and diagnostic efficiency, in an operating room.
by Michigan Medicine - University of Michigan
2.8.2017
9:28am
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The device is said to be the world's smallest, longest-lasting wireless, MRI-compatible pacemaker.
by Abbott
2.8.2017
9:27am
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The tumor probably started as an ingrown hair that became infected, swelled and developed its own blood supply, Logan’s surgeon, Dr. Vipul Dev, told the Bakersfield Californian.
by Associated Press
2.8.2017
9:01am
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A nation of medical professionals turn their eyes to the esteemed academic and research hospital Cleveland Clinic in the wake of the recent travel ban.
2.7.2017
11:24am
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