Clinical Health

Risk of severe COVID-19 symptoms persists throughout pregnancy, UTSW study finds : Newsroom

UT Southwestern researchers found no increased risk of adverse effects in babies or mothers when mothers were infected with COVID-19.Photo credit: Getty Images DALLAS – November 22, 2022 – A UT Southwestern study of more than 1,300 pregnant women diagnosed with COVID-19 found that only 1 in 10 developed moderate, …

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Preventing a clinical trial from turning into a criminal trial – Healthcare

November 17, 2022 Morrison & Foerster LLP To print this article, all you need to do is be registered or log in to Mondaq.com. On November 2, 2022, Stacy Cline Amin, former Chief Counsel for the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Assistant General Counsel for …

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Genentech: Press releases | Sunday, November 13, 2022

Sunday, November 13, 2022 Genentech provides update on GRADUATE Phase III program evaluating gantenerumab in early-stage Alzheimer’s disease Phase III GRADUATE studies failed to meet primary endpoints of slowing clinical decline in people with early-stage Alzheimer’s disease The level of beta-amyloid elimination by gantenerumab was lower than expected Key Data …

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A total of 790 million yen for the development of products against neglected tropical diseases

TOKYO, November 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The Global Health Innovative Technology (GHIT) fund today announced a total of approximately 790 million yen ($5.3 million*) to invest in the development of products against lymphatic filariasis and onchocerciasis, two neglected tropical diseases (NTDs).** (Annex 1) Portfolio analysis (active projects + completed projects) …

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Prytime Medical Announces Appointment of New Medical Director

Dr. Jeffrey H. Lawson The addition of a seasoned medical, surgical, and device expert like Dr. Lawson will enhance our ability to support physicians whose patients require hemorrhage control and resuscitation. SAN ANTONIO (PRWEB) November 08, 2022 Prytime Medical Inc – The REBOA Company™, the leading innovator and global …

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North America’s first clinical trial of on-the-go psychedelics will target PTSD

Vancouver-based psychedelic biopharmaceutical company Apex Labs Ltd. received approval from Health Canada to conduct the study first at-home clinical trial in North America assess the safety and efficacy of several low doses of a self-administered oral synthetic psilocybin compound APEX-52 for the treatment of depression in veterans with PTSD. Apex …

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New Des Moines health conference will focus on underserved populations

“My City My Health: Des Moines” Organizer Corey Dion Lewis/Submitted Photo Corey Dion Lewis’ family background is one of the things that inspired him to get involved in the field of health and wellness. “Chronic illness was normal for me growing up,” he said. “Watching my family fight diabetes [and] …

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Governor Newsom announces appointments 10.28.22

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Brian Aiello, 43, of Sacramento, has been named chief deputy director of the California Emergency Medical Services Authority. Aiello has served as the Emergency Medical Services Coordinator of Critical Care Programs at the Sacramento County Emergency Medical Services Agency since …

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Pediatric Clinic for Rett Syndrome Attracts Patients for Multispecialty Care and Clinical Trials – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the news center Only such a clinic hundreds of miles away Courtesy of the Waggenspack family Kerrigan Waggenspack, 4, of Baton Rouge, Louisiana, cheers along with her sister, Shea Rodriguez. Kerrigan has Rett Syndrome, a condition that affects brain development. Her family travels to the Rett Spectrum Clinic at …

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Clarify the different characteristics of erythrocytosis

Erythrocytosis without JAK2 mutation has various causes, and this patient population includes both patients with and without polycythemia vera (PV). A study published in the European Journal of Internal Medicine compared the characteristics of patients with erythrocytosis and PV versus those without PV. The study included adult patients with JAK2-unmutated …

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Sanford Clinic president to speak at leadership summit

SIOUX FALLS, SD – Luis Garcia, MD, FACS, MBA, president of the clinic at Sanford Health, will join the HealthLeaders The Way Forward Leadership Summit as a panelist October 20-21 in Atlanta, Georgia. The two-day summit brings together 30 healthcare system leaders – CEOs, CFOs, CMOs, chief executives and CIOs …

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Athira Pharma Inc. (ATHA) Advances Phase 2/3 LIFT-AD Clinical Study of Fosgonimeton in Patients With Mild-to-Moderate Alzheimer’s Disease

News and research before you hear about it on CNBC and others. Claim your one week free trial for StreetInsider Premium here. Athira Pharma, Inc. (NASDAQ:ATHA), a late-stage clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the development of small molecules to restore neuronal health and slow neurodegeneration, announced today that following an …

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Europe tackles digital terminals in drug development

The hope is to build a formal framework for the use of digital health technology in clinical trials in Europe and beyond. As digital technology continues to increasingly pervade the world of healthcare, the attention of the clinical trial community is now turning with new intensity to the adoption of …

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Teen alcohol abuse can indirectly influence long-term physical health and life satisfaction

According to a study conducted by Rutgers and Virginia Commonwealth University, teens who abuse alcohol may have more alcohol problems in their 20s and 30s, experience poorer health, and feel less satisfied with their lives. Published in the journal Alcoholism: clinical and experimental research, researchers defined adolescent alcohol abuse based …

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Meet Your Bariatric Surgery Surgical Staff at VA Boston Health Care | VA Boston Health Care

Get to know your bariatric surgery team. Here you will find photos and biographies of bariatric surgery staff. Dr. Ann DeBord Smith [she/her/hers]is Board Certified in General Surgery, Director of Bariatric Surgery and Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Medicine School: University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine, MD, 2010Residence: Brigham …

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Meet Your Gynecological Surgical Staff at VA Boston Health Care | VA Boston Health Care

Get to know your gynecological surgery team. Here you will find photos and biographies of gynecological surgery staff. Dr Nakmosama Nikrui [she / her / hers / herself ] is Board Certified in Obstetrics Gynecology and Gynecologic Oncology, Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School, and Research Associate Mass General Hospital …

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Eye Center at Southern College of Optometry in Memphis celebrates 20 years

Located off Madison Avenue in Midtown might be one of Memphis’ best-kept health secrets. While people driving along the street recognize the tower of the Southern College of Optometry, many don’t realize the campus is also home to The Eye Center, a full-service primary care vision center, said James Venable, …

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MSU brings better cancer diagnosis and treatment to Michigan | MSUToday

Identify cancer earlier and faster In 2020, about 1.8 million new cases of cancer were diagnosed in the United States, according to the National Cancer Institute. In Michigan, that number was estimated at nearly 62,000. Using advanced PET/CT scanner technology, doctors can now see exactly where cancer is located in …

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North Oaks Health System announces expansion plans

HAMMOND, Louisiana, Sept. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — North Oaks Health System and New Orleans Children’s Hospital announced this week that they are expanding health services for children and families in Tangipahoa Parish and Northshore Region, with the vision to improve both pediatric services and health outcomes. The clinical affiliation …

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Protecting Maternal Health in Rwanda | MIT News

The world faces a maternal health crisis. According to the World Health Organization, about 810 women die every day from preventable causes related to pregnancy and childbirth. Two-thirds of these deaths occur in sub-Saharan Africa. In Rwanda, one of the main causes of maternal death is infected caesarean section wounds. …

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Clinical Trials Platform HealthMatch Secures $7M in Series C Funding

HealthMatch, an Australian startup offering a platform to match patients to clinical trials, recently closed a 10 million Australian dollars ($6.8 million) Series C funding round led by Folklore Ventures. The round was also joined by Square Peg Capital and other investors. Launched in 2017, the company is now used …

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The California Data Exchange Framework: New Requirements for Sharing Health Information Between Hospitals, Physicians, and Other Providers | Arent Fox Schiff

The recently unveiled California Health and Human Services Data Exchange Framework (the Framework) creates a new regulatory and governance structure to promote the exchange of health information between healthcare providers in California. By January 31, 2023, hospitals, medical practices and certain other entities must sign a data sharing agreement governing …

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IU Health sets up team to assess abortion protocols

INDIANAPOLIS — With Indiana’s law banning most abortions set to go into effect Sept. 15, Indiana University Health, the state’s largest hospital system, has set up a “Rapid Response Team to help her doctors seek advice on whether they can legally perform an abortion. to protect the mother’s health and …

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Kaiser mental health workers will hit the picket line for the second time this year

Mental health therapists at Kaiser Permanente clinics across the state will begin an indefinite strike beginning next week. According to a press release from the National Union of Health Care Workers, NUHW, understaffing has forced patients to wait months for therapy sessions. Mental health clinicians hope a strike will spur …

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Amputees rely on clinics to fit them with prostheses. What happens when a manufacturer owns the clinic? – WHY

Jeffrey Brandt, founder and president of Ability Prosthetics and Orthotics, said there were “only patient benefits”. He said being manufacturer-owned gives the company access to more resources and a larger network of clinics across the United States and around the world. He said this means his employees can provide better …

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New treatment for clinical depression approved by the FDA

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Aug. 19 approved dextromethorphan-bupropion, or Auvelity, a drug used to treat major depressive disorder, also known as clinical depression, in adults. It is the first drug to treat major depressive disorder that works within a week of taking it and the first new …

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Comparison of Singapore Myocardial Infarction Registry Modified Risk Score with GRACE 2.0 to Predict Acute Myocardial Infarction Outcomes at 1 Year

In this real-world population-based study, we showed that the modified SMIR score performed similarly to the GRACE 2.0 score in a multi-ethnic Asian population to predict all-cause mortality at 1 year after STEMI and NSTEMI. Inter-ethnic differences in STEMI patient outcomes have been published previously. Previous studies carried out both …

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Research from the University of Cincinnati examines ba

New research from the University of Cincinnati examines barriers as well as helpful ones in preventing and treating COVID-19 in Latinx families in Cincinnati. The study, in collaboration with Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center, is funded by the Center for Clinical & Translational Science & Training. The researchers identified key …

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An autism minister can build support and coordination. But governments following South Australia’s lead must be careful

This week, the South Australian government announced the appointment of Emily Bourke as Deputy Minister for Autism. It is the first wallet of its type in Australia. The appointment of a minister specifically responsible for autism issues is a defining moment. But it also raises questions about why a government …

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MediciNova Reaches Agreement to Participate in Funded Grant

LA JOLLA, Calif., Aug. 16, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — MediciNova, Inc., a biopharmaceutical company listed on the NASDAQ Global Market (NASDAQ: MNOV) and the JASDAQ Market of the Tokyo Stock Exchange (code number: 4875), announced today that it plans to participate in RECLAIM (Recovering from COVID-19 Lingering Symptoms Adaptive Integrative …

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2 monster growth stocks that could reach new heights

Every investor knows that you can’t take a stock’s past performance as an indicator of future gains. It has even become an axiom, one of the common expressions we all learn in Econ 101: “Past performance does not guarantee future returns” is a common formulation. But that simple phrase, while …

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Factoring Race and Ethnicity into Covid Risk Assessments – Legal Concerns and Possible Solutions

Most new treatments and preventive interventions for Covid-19 were initially in short supply, necessitating strategic allocation of these resources among those who could benefit. The basic framework that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and other government agencies have recommended for allocating limited resources is based on a …

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Catastrophic casualty care is more than clinical. Workers compensation must understand the value of compassion

Although catastrophic injuries represent a small percentage of all workers’ compensation claims, for these injured workers, recovery requires collaborative care. A catastrophic injury can happen in any workplace. Just imagine an employee slipping on a wet floor or tripping over a rope and hitting their head or breaking their hip, …

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People: Paul Hauptman appointed Dean of the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, and Academic Director of Renown Health

Paul Hauptmann Paul Hauptman has been named Dean of the University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine, and Academic Director of Renown Health.Hauptman is a nationally recognized researcher in advanced heart failure outcome evaluation, cardiac care delivery evaluation, and clinical trials. Hauptman is currently Dean of the Graduate School of …

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Parents become drug developers to save their children’s lives

Courtney Boggs, a member of the Cure Mito Foundation, with her husband Jacob and daughters Emma, ​​left, and Riley. Six-year-old Emma, ​​who has Leigh’s Syndrome, cannot walk unaided and uses a tube to feed. The foundation is working on a cure, but the company it has partnered with has suspended …

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Research highlights impact of social determinants of health on hypertension control

A research article published this month in the Mayo Clinic Proceedings emphasizes the significant impact of the social determinants of health on the ability of patients to maintain control of their hypertension. This large clinical trial, conducted at Ochsner Health, points to the need for health systems and society to …

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CDC report on ‘superbugs’, FDA clears Novavax

Federal officials urged — practically begged — eligible Americans to stay up to date with their COVID-19 vaccines and boosters at a news conference this week as cases and hospitalizations rise across the country. COVID-19 hospitalizations have doubled since April and deaths remain at around 350 a day, said Dr. …

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Collaboration will advance heart health

ITHACA, NY — Using artificial intelligence to improve outcomes for people with cardiovascular disease is the focus of a three-year, $15 million collaboration between Cornell Tech, Cornell Ann S. Bowers College of Computing and Information Science (Cornell Bowers CIS) and NewYork-Presbyterian – with physicians from its affiliated medical schools Weill …

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CTSI Focuses on Rural Health Research – UBNow: News and Views for UB Faculty and Staff

Research News By CHRISTOPHER SCHOBERT Researchers at UB’s Clinical and Translational Sciences Institute (CTSI) and their community partners share the importance of rural health research and lessons learned. “In New York State, rural poverty is a long-standing issue,” says Ekaterina Noyes, director of the Division of Health Services Policy and …

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Product details | RAP

This is a recording at the request of June 2022. The European Medical Device Regulation (MDR) includes a section dedicated to post-market clinical follow-up (PMCF) stating that this should be an ongoing process. Under the previous regulatory system, the Guidelines, PMCF was considered specific to post-marketing clinical investigations, but the …

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Navan Hospital clinical director Gerry McEntee accuses Stephen Donnelly of ‘gagging’ order

Navan Hospital’s clinical director has accused Stephen Donnelly of being ‘thrifty with the truth’ after the health minister denied gagging him over plans to close the emergency department. Erry McEntee said he and the hospital’s senior management had been instructed not to engage with the local community over the controversial …

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Benefits of participating in clinical trials for various patients

A clinical trial is a type of clinical research. Clinical research is a process of finding new and better ways to understand, detect, control and treat health problems. Through clinical studies, involving people who volunteer to participate, researchers can better understand how to diagnose, treat, and prevent diseases or conditions. …

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A newly identified form of dementia is surprisingly common

Symptoms of TDP-43 limbic-predominantly age-related encephalopathy (LATE) are comparable to those of Alzheimer’s disease, involving memory loss and problems with thinking and reasoning in older people. A recent study indicates that the prevalence of brain changes caused by limbic-predominant TDP-43 age-related encephalopathy may be around 40% in older adults and …

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Improving health equity through decentralized clinical trials

A recent Medable webinar discussed the steps it is taking to improve clinical trial design through decentralized clinical trials (DCTs). The Covid-19 health crisis has accelerated the adoption of DCT. But life science companies are taking steps to increase diversity in clinical trial recruitment. Part of that effort is figuring …

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Cue Health layoffs, post-Roe HIPAA and the AI ​​race issue

You’re reading the web edition of STAT Health Tech, our guide to how technology is transforming the life sciences. Sign up to receive this newsletter in your inbox every Tuesday and Thursday. Cue Health faces layoffs after pandemic whirlwind MOLLY FERGUSON FOR STAT Covid-19 has catapulted dozens of health tech …

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The growth of chronic diseases will drive the global laboratory on

SEOUL, South Korea, June 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Global Lab-on-a-chip market The size is expected to grow at a CAGR of 11.5% over the forecast period and reach a market size of USD 14,772 million by 2030. Lab-on-a-chip (LoC) technology has a number of potential advantages over traditional …

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ASU offers peer group support, therapy for children who stutter

June 24, 2022 Children who stutter will learn strategies and know when to use them Every classroom is filled with talkative kids, but for some kids, the words don’t flow effortlessly. Arizona State University is offering a five-week program for kids who stutter this summer, where they will not only …

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Hypertension in children: causes, management and outlook

While hypertension is a condition that primarily affects adults, high blood pressure is increasingly common in children and adolescents. The causes can range from certain health conditions or taking certain medications to other factors, such as family history, age, weight, etc. Since hypertension not often cause noticeable symptoms, it is …

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ENCOMPASS HEALTH CELEBRATES THE LAUNCH OF ITS 150TH HOSPITAL WITH ORACLE CERNER EHR

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama., June 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — This week, Encompass Health (NYSE: EHC), a leading national integrated healthcare services company with a network of inpatient rehabilitation hospitals and home care agencies and palliative care, launched its 150e post-acute rehabilitation hospital in Jacksonville, Florida, with Oracle Cerner Corporation’s electronic health record …

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Healthy Extracts New Clinic – GuruFocus.com

LAS VEGAS, June 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Healthy Extracts Inc. (HYEX), a leading innovator of clinically proven herbal products for heart and brain health, announced a poster presentation at the American College of Sports Medicine’s 2022 CMHA Annual Meeting in San Diego, California. Neil Wolkodoff, PhD, Medical Program Director, …

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Strata Oncology Senior Vice President of Clinical Development Kat Kwiatkowski to Participate in Two Panels at the Precision Medicine World Conference

Title: Removing Barriers to Biomarker Testing Through Collaboration Time: Tuesday, June 28 at 9:00 a.m. Pacific Time Speakers: Omar Perez, Ph.D., Head of Medical Diagnostics, US Medical Affairs Oncology, AstraZeneca; Kat Kwiatkowski, Ph.D. senior vice president of clinical development, Strata Oncology; Jenn HigginsVice President, Public Affairs, Guarding Health; Nikki Martin, …

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Finnish Biobanks (FINBB) Partners with TriNetX to Increase Clinical and Biomedical Trials in Finland

CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 14, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — TriNetX, LLC, the global network of healthcare organizations driving real-world research to accelerate the development of new therapies, today announced that Finnish Biobanks (FINBB), a cooperative owned by the six largest hospital districts and universities in Finland and the Finnish Institute for Health …

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Recruitment in progress: oncologists for the VA national teleoncology service

VA’s National Oncology Program (NOP) is actively recruiting oncologists for its National Tele-Oncology Service (NTO). Each year, approximately 43,000 veterans are diagnosed with cancer. To help reach these veterans with the high-quality care they deserve, VA uses a “hub-and-spoke” model for teleoncology, with the primary hub based at Durham VA …

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Hospices and health systems expand pediatric palliative care and face staffing challenges

A contingent of health care providers across the country are making new investments in pediatric palliative care, but creating these programs is no small feat. Many face obstacles such as a shrinking workforce, limited access to training and a generally poor understanding of the specific needs of children. Although a …

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Northwestern faculty elected to Society for Clinical Trials board

Masha Kocherginsky, PhD, professor of preventive medicine in the division of biostatistics, has been elected to the board of directors of the Society for Clinical Trials (SCT). Jody Ciolino, PhD, associate professor of preventive medicine in the Division of Biostatistics, and Masha Kocherginsky, PhD, professor of preventive medicine in the …

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Mental health coverage for Alaskans is under threat

By Shirley Holloway, Richard Fagnant and Ann Ringstad Updated: seven a few minutes ago Published: 1 One hour before (Tribunal News Service) In Alaska, more than 108,000 people live with a mental health problem, more than three times the population of Juneau. Not all of these Alaskans are getting the …

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MUSC Health becomes one of the few hospitals in the country with two Icono neuroendovascular suites | MUSK

There was an air of excitement among surgeons and technicians who treat life-threatening conditions such as aneurysms and strokes when MUSC Health launched its second Icono neuroendovascular suite. “We had an Icono installed in January 2021, which is the latest iteration of an angiography machine from Siemens. At the time, …

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St. Jude’s research highlighted at American Society of Clinical Oncology annual meeting

Learn about best practices and hear insights from oncologists, psychologists, scientists and others at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital at the annual gathering of clinical oncology experts. MEMPHIS, Tenn., May 31, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Professionals from St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital will share their original research and expertise at the …

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Polypharmacy results in more drug interactions for patients

Taking many prescription drugs and supplements can be especially dangerous for people with cancer who are about to undergo treatment. According to the results of a new study published in The oncologist. However, taking multiple medications poses risks and can be difficult to manage for people without cancer as well, …

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Case studies: May 2022

Case 1: A local provider calls the pharmacy to ask about SJ, a 67-year-old patient. SJ recently underwent pharmacogenetic testing and was foundhave a CYP2C19 mutation; she is an ultra-metabolizer of this enzyme. The provider wants the pharmacist to help assess SJ’s medications and provide any necessary recommendations. The pharmacist …

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The Foundation of Hope and Innovation partners with Venice

CERRITOS, Calif., May 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Hope and Innovation Foundation, a charitable organization supported by The Oncology Institute, Inc. (NASDAQ:TOI), announced a $40,000 donation to the Venice Family Clinic to fund mammography services for women in Los Angeles. The donation will fund 10 free mammogram days in …

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Mid-Range Revenue Cycle Management and Clinical Documentation Enhancement Market 2022 Segment Analysis by Top Key Players: 3M, Vitalware, M*Modal, Optum, Streamline Health, Nuance, Craneware, Dolbey Systems, nThrive, Chartwise , Flash Code, Epic Systems, TruCode, Iodine Software, Cerner, eZDI

The report gives an abstract and quantitative examination of the Global Mid-cycle revenue management and improved clinical documentation The review is based on the mid-cycle revenue management and clinical documentation improvement division, which focuses on monetary and non-monetary factors impacting cycle management improvement mid-term income statement and clinical documentation. The …

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Retain members by encouraging them to apply

Health plans are adding health and wellness apps to their offerings. As consumers embrace wellness apps to help them do everything from reduce stress to improve their sleep, some health insurers are supporting the trend, offering members free access to select apps designed to improve health and well-being. “People are …

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Can symptoms of COVID-19 come back after using Paxlovid? What we know

Some people who have taken Pfizer Inc.’s antiviral COVID-19 report that their symptoms return after completing the 5-day course. In Pfizer’s clinical trial, 1-2% of people treated with the antiviral still tested positive for COVID after completing treatment. Experts say that while these cases need to be investigated, Paxlovid is …

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Increased activity of psoriatic arthritis, impact observed in low-income countries

Patients with psoriatic disease who live in low-income countries showed the highest disease activity and impact despite similar use of biologic drugs as in higher-income regions. Higher disease activity and impact of psoriatic arthritis (PsA) has been found in patients living in countries with the lowest gross domestic product (GDP) …

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Hackensack Meridian JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute Speech Clinical Director Wins Top Honors

(Edison, NJ – May 12, 2022) – The clinical director of speech at the JFK Johnson Rehabilitation Institute at Hackensack Meridian is the 2022 recipient of the Association of New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association Honors, the highest honor in the organization. Kristie R. Soriano, MS/CCC-SLP, was honored for her significant contributions …

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How Radiology Should Prepare for the AUC Clinical Decision Support Reporting Requirements

Implementation of clinical decision support tools for imaging Mead said radiology practices, hospitals and outpatient imaging centers should definitely talk to their risk provider and find out what tools are available through their online portals for CDS to order. There are a few qualified decision support mechanisms that they can …

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A billion dollars for the redevelopment of a hospital

MORE money is being spent upfront on the Frankston Hospital redevelopment. The state budget released last week confirmed the cost of the project would be over $1.118 billion. The state government said the redevelopment would cost $562 million when it was first announced in 2018. The temperature sent questions to …

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Increase in use of school mental health services by adolescents in 2019 – Consumer Health News

MONDAY, May 2, 2022 (HealthDay News) — Use of school mental health (SM) services increased among adolescents in 2019 compared to previous years, according to a research letter published online May 2 in JAMA Pediatrics. Adam S. Wilk, Ph.D., of the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University in …

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Florida Consortium for Medical Marijuana Clinical Outcomes Research: A Beneficial Program

By Dr. Jeff G. Konin As Florida’s marijuana landscape changes rapidly, it’s a good time to end a program that only started in 2019. The Consortium is focused on driving, sharing and supporting of research on the effects of medical marijuana on health conditions and symptoms. Research on the clinical …

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Axis Community Health promotes Perez-Howe as next CEO | News

According to Perez-Howe, organizations like Axis provide a safety net for disadvantaged members of the community. “It is an honor to be entrusted with the leadership of Axis, especially as growing up my own life and my family were helped by safety net services when we were in trouble. I …

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What is a pathologist and how does a person become one?

Pathology refers to the study and understanding of diseases and their impact on the body. A person working in this field is a medical professional, known as a pathologist, who diagnoses, treats and prevents a range of diseases. The term pathology comes from ancient Greek and translates to the study …

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Nektar and collaborators present preclinical data on NKTR-255, a novel IL-15 receptor agonist, in combination with CAR cell therapies at the 2022 Tandem Meetings

SAN FRANCISCO, April 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Nektar Therapeutics (Nasdaq: NKTR) announced that collaborators at the Cairo laboratory in New York Medical College today presented data from several preclinical studies demonstrating the potential of NKTR-255 to enhance the anti-tumor activities of different CAR-T therapies in a variety of preclinical cancer …

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Memorial Financial Assistance Programs Live On Through MaineHealth’s Access to Care

Guillaume Parmelee living with diabetes for 20 years. For the past five years he has used insulin to control his condition. When her doctor recently prescribed her a new form of medication, Parmelee wasn’t quite sure how to afford it. He had Medicare which covered most of the cost of …

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New Survey Shows Up to 47% of US Healthcare Workers Plan to Leave Their Jobs by 2025

Healthcare workers believed vaccines would lessen the trauma suffered during early flare-ups. Instead, … [+] they saw waves of patients. There was one vague variation after another. Many Covid-19 patients have become difficult to manage. There were heated exchanges with the unvaccinated. Hospitals, clinics and doctor’s offices have seen a …

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Health officials report increased use of antivirals as COVID becomes rampant

News New oral treatments are likely to play a more central role in limiting the impact of COVID-19, but health authorities are still evaluating how this will shape up. Nirmatrelvir plus ritonavir will be available through PBS from May. (Image: AAP) What is being done to raise the public profile …

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Microbiome biotech Kaleido Biosciences shuts down due to cash shortages and drug setbacks

Microbiome therapies could have a big year as several biotech companies gear up for key regulatory and clinical milestones in 2022. Kaleido Biosciences will not be one of them. The company is closing its doors, a last resort decision that follows the company’s setbacks and inability to find the financial …

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Study highlights harms of vaping – and gaps in evidence

News A new systemic review indicates that e-cigarettes may be a “gateway” to more tobacco use, but researchers say many unknowns remain. The study found that there is a “gap of evidence” regarding e-cigarettes and clinical health outcomes. The authors of a major review of available studies on vaping have …

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Discovery provides insight into neglected tropical diseases: Newsroom

Scanning electron micrograph of a pair of pseudostained worms showing a male (blue) and a female (pink). Credit: James Collins and Ana Vieira, UTSW DALLAS – April 5, 2022 – A team led by UTSW researchers has identified a molecule produced by male parasitic worms called schistosomes that causes sexual …

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Eight studies by former Harvard and BIDMC researcher retracted for ethics review

Internal approvals, known as “institutional review board” or “internal review board” approvals, are required for all research involving human subjects. In their retractions, the newspapers called the problems a “serious problem”. Arroyo was a professor at Harvard Medical School and director of the Retina Service at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical …

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Ivermectin does not reduce risk of hospitalization for Covid, large study finds

The antiparasitic drug ivermectin, which has gained popularity as an alternative treatment for Covid-19 despite a lack of strong research to support it, showed no signs of improving the disease, according to results of a large trial. clinic published on Wednesday. . The study, which compared more than 1,300 people …

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Geisinger, Medial EarlySign find ca algorithm

DANVILLE, Pennsylvania – A machine learning algorithm detected potential signs of colorectal cancer (CRC) in patients identified as high risk who had missed a routine colonoscopy, according to a new study by Geisinger and Medial EarlySign. The findings, published this month in NEJM Catalyst Innovations in Care Deliverypresent a non-invasive …

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Assessing the severity of influenza infection in ferrets with a history of COVID-19

In a recent study published on bioRxiv* preprint server, researchers studied the effect of exposure to severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) on the severity of influenza in ferrets. Study: Influenza infection in ferrets with a history of SARS-CoV-2 infection. Image Credit: Harald Schmidt/Shutterstock context Over the past two …

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Innovative AI technology helps personalized ca

Tokyo, Salt Lake City, Indianapolis – Hitachi, Ltd. (TSE: 6501, Hitachi), University of Utah Health (U of U Health), and Regenstrief Institute, Inc. (Regenstrief) today announced the development of an AI method to improve the care of patients with type 2 diabetes mellitus requiring complex treatment. One in 10 adults …

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Pfizer Obtains Breakthrough Therapy Designation from the FDA for its Respiratory Syncytial Virus Vaccine Candidate for the Prevention of RSV in the Elderly

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Pfizer Inc. (NYSE:PFE) today announced that its respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) vaccine candidate, PF-06928316 or RSVpreF, has been granted Breakthrough Therapy Designation for the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the prevention of lower respiratory tract disease caused by RSV in people 60 years of age or …

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Residency in Neurological Physiotherapy | VA Long Beach Healthcare

VA Long Beach Health Care System (VALBHS) is pleased to announce the future formation of a physical therapy neurotherapy residency program. This developing program will offer a one-time position for a one-year residency, with a full-time position through VA Long Beach, tentatively beginning in July 2023. Admission standards Interested applicants …

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Virtual Clinical Trials Market 2022-2030, by Top Key Players – Science 37, LEO Innovation Lab, Medable, PRA Health Sciences, ICON plc

The Virtual Clinical Trials Market report is a perfect basis for people who are looking for a comprehensive study and analysis of the Virtual Clinical Trials Market. This report contains study and miscellaneous information which will help you to understand your niche and focus major market channels in the regional …

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10 Recent Moves by Healthcare Disruptors

From offering grants to support rural hospitals to new features that support telehealth, disruptors continue to scale their healthcare projects. Here are 10 disruptive healthcare moves in March: Microsoft has launched Azure Health Data Services, a service that brings data from clinical and medical technology application programming interfaces so …

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Decker Hosts Sixth Preceptor Appreciation Event

On March 12, Binghamton University’s Decker College of Nursing and Health Sciences expressed gratitude to the physicians, nurses, nurse practitioners, and other clinicians who provide instruction, training, and supervision to student nurse practitioners (NPs) at Decker during their clinical experiences. Known as preceptors, nearly three dozen of these healthcare professionals …

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AW Beattie will host a Spring Open House on March 24

A fashion show, robotics and auto collision department designs will be just a few of the things on display at the upcoming AW Beattie Career Center Spring Open House in Allison Park, March 24, 5 p.m. 3 to 8 p.m. This year marks the return to an in-person format for …

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Baptist Health Expands Partnership with Hicuity Health Tele-ICU

ST. LOUIS, March 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Hicuity Health, the nation’s leading provider of high acuity telemedicine services, announced the expansion of its telemedicine services relationship with Baptist Health, a system of 9 hospitals. In this expansion, tele-ICU services have been extended to Baptist Health Deaconess Madisonville, a facility that …

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Mortality aggravated by heart failure observed in the presence of hyperlactatemia

A new study of patients receiving care for acute heart failure at the Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa, Israel, investigated how their clinical outcomes might be affected by high lactate levels and primary acid-base disorders. A new survey of clinical outcomes in patients with a primary diagnosis and hospitalization …

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KU Anam Hospital Ranks Among World’s Top Healthcare Systems in HIMSS Digital Health Indicator

Korea University’s Anam Hospital has been recognized for its progress towards a digital health ecosystem, with a HIMSS Digital Health Indicator score that places it among the best health systems in the world. WHAT IS IT ABOUT KU Anam Hospital’s DHI score of 308/400 puts its digital health system capacity …

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Oregon Legislature Funds OHSU’s 30-30-30 Plan to Address Health Workforce Crisis and Increase Diversity in Education Programs

OHSU has proposed an action plan that will increase the rate of selected healthcare clinical program graduates by 30% and increase the diversity of OHSU learners to 30% by 2030. (OHSU) The Oregon Legislature today passed HB 5202, legislation that provided a $45 million priority investment in innovation at Oregon …

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Melanoma referral centers around the world adopt systemic therapies and reduce lymph node removal surgeries

In this case, however, the consortium saw signs that melanoma providers not only knew the latest research, but also applied it in their practices. “What this study shows is that, unlike the rate of adoption we see for many scientific innovations, these research findings have been adopted very quickly and …

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St. Cloud receives $1.6 million in drug settlement

(KNSI) – Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison announced on Friday that opioid maker Johnson & Johnson and the nation’s three largest opioid makers – Cardinal Health, McKesson and AmerisourceBergen – have reached a settlement of $26 billion with more than 4,000 state and local governments across the campaign. According to …

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Clinical Healthcare Analytics Services Market Size, Scope, Growth, Competitive Analysis – IBM, Optum Health, Oracle, Elsevier – ZNews Africa

New Jersey, United States,- The latest report published by Verified Market Reports indicates that the Clinical Healthcare Analytics Services Market is expected to accelerate sharply in the coming years. Analysts have studied market drivers, restraints, risks, and opportunities in the global market. The Clinical Healthcare Analytics Services market report shows …

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Baylor professor prepares to launch clinical trial in $3.1 million research project

Dr. Danielle Parrish, an associate professor at Baylor, is preparing to launch the clinical trial for a study of young women in the juvenile justice system. Photo courtesy of Baylor University By Jenna Fitzgerald | copy editor With a $3.1 million grant from the National Institutes of Health and nearly …

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From “Vaccine Verification” to “Immunity Verification? »

Vaccination may be the surest way to boost immunity against SARS-CoV-2 infection, but it is not the only way. And that’s an important consideration as the world looks for ways to live, safely, with COVID-19. A study published in early February by JAMA found that 99% of unvaccinated adults who …

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Ocugen, Inc. Announces that the US FDA is lifting the clinical suspension of the submission of its investigation file… | News

MALVERN, Pennsylvania, Feb. 18 12, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Ocugen, Inc. (NASDAQ: OCGN), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of new treatments and vaccines, announced that the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA ) has lifted its clinical hold on the company’s Investigational New Drug …

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Covid patients may be at increased risk of developing mental health issues

After having Covid, people were 55% more likely to take prescribed antidepressants and 65% more likely to take prescribed anti-anxiety medication than contemporaries without Covid, the study found. Overall, more than 18% of Covid patients received a diagnosis or prescription for a neuropsychiatric problem in the following year, compared to …

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Sparking Change: UK Undergraduate Program for Health Equity Research Expands to KSU

LEXINGTON, Ky. (February 15, 2022) — Now in its third year, the University of Kentucky SPARK (Students participating as Kentucky Research Ambassadors) The program provides an introduction to health equity research to students from backgrounds traditionally underrepresented in research. And there’s something special about its new cohort of participants – …

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Local Hospital Wins Industry Award for Clinical Excellence

The following is a press release from Portneuf Medical Center. POCATELLO – The Portneuf Medical Center has been recognized for its commitment to clinical excellence with the Ardent Health Services Quality Award. Ardent is the parent company of PMC. The hospital was selected from among other eligible hospitals and leaders …

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UC researchers identify new method of boosting signaling to improve metabolic health and possibly treat obesity

Following a 2018 study that identified an epigenetic modifier known as histone deacetylase 11 (HDAC11) as a potential therapeutic target for the treatment of obesity and diabetes, researchers at the University of Colorado published new research that shows HDAC11 regulates protein-coupled receptors (GPCRs) called beta-adrenergic receptors (β-ARs).

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Radicle Science Makes History Again with First Large-Scale Clinical Trials of Rare Cannabinoids Including THCV, CBN, CBG and CBC | national company

SAN DIEGO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–February 10, 2022– Radicle Science, a transformative health technology B-corp validating health and wellness products for the first time, will launch the first large-scale, blinded, placebo-controlled clinical trials of cannabinoids in history rare substances, including THCV, CBN, CBG and CBC, to study their effects on energy, concentration, appetite, …

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McKesson Named by CMS as a 2022 Qualified Clinical Data Registry

Seven personalized measures receive approval, raising the bar for oncology patient care. For the sixth consecutive year, McKesson has received approval from the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to participate in the Merit-based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR). The designation allows iKnowMed℠ …

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Detection of SARS-CoV-2 Delta variant infection in a domestic cat

The first published case describing the Delta variant of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) in a domestic cat in the United States highlights the realistic scenario of spillover infections with emerging viral variants that threaten the human and animal health. The research paper is currently available on the …

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OUTLOOK: New Masters Program in Clinical Mental Health Counseling Highlights Exciting Growth at Thiel College | Outlook

GREENVILLE – Now is an exciting time at Thiel College. In addition to 38 undergraduate degrees including innovative new undergraduate programs (Environmental Safety Management, Sports Management, Data Analytics, Exercise Science) and proven majors (Accounting, Education, Psychology), the university offers five exciting and pioneering new graduate programs. Applications are being accepted …

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FDA’s New Draft Guidance Document Gets Real on Use of RWD

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration recently released draft guidance titled “Real-World Data: Assessing Electronic Health Records and Medical Claims Data To Support Regulatory Decision-Making for Drug and Biological Products.” The title is a mouthful and the document itself tops out at 39 pages. Outsourcing-Pharma spoke to two IQVIA experts, …

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Eatontown NJ Mental Health Anxiety/Hypochondria Treatment –

Eatontown, New Jersey, Jan. 29, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The clinic’s expanded treatment programs will help people with health-related anxiety, formerly known as hypochondria. It is a disorder in which patients have constant obsessive and irrational worries about being seriously ill, when they are actually healthy. More details can be …

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Nursing Technician Student | VA Health Care Oklahoma City

The Student Nursing Technician program aims to provide nursing students with the opportunity to develop skills that will benefit them in their professional growth and development. Working as a student nurse technician can provide students with an excellent foundation for nursing. The student nurse technician will provide direct patient care …

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Some medical labs are experiencing staffing shortages

AUSTIN (KXAN) — As health officials monitor a new variant of COVID-19, many medical labs are already struggling to keep pace with the pandemic. COVID-19 case count peaks, central Texas health officials consider new overseas variant The American Clinical Laboratory Association reports that COVID-19 infections have increased sick leave for …

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Apollo Hospitals Collaborates with The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic to Bring Second Opinion Services to Patients

The patient’s medical records will be shared with The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic subject to appropriate consent and a conference call will be scheduled between the international medical expert and Apollo consultants, with the patient present. Apollo Hospitals Group announced a collaboration with “The Clinic by Cleveland Clinic”, to bring …

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New city-run neighborhood clinic will start with COVID services, grow from there

The City of Trenton and several partner agencies unveiled a brick-and-mortar clinic on Wednesday that will begin offering COVID-19 tests and vaccines on Saturday, and next month will expand to offer general medical care in a neighborhood setting. . Aptly named the City of Trenton Neighborhood Clinic, it is located …

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Merit Health Wesley recognizes 3 employees for their commitment during the pandemic

HATTIESBURG, Miss. (WDAM) – Merit Health Wesley recently honored three employees with annual awards, recognizing them for their commitment and contributions during the pandemic. The three awards were Clinical Manager of the Year, Non-Clinical Manager of the Year and Employee of the Year. Dr. Pam Miles, PharmD, received the Clinical …

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Hartford HealthCare/Quinnipiac University University Partnership | Hartford Health Care

A strategic partnership to promote health, wellness, access, equity and career growth Hartford HealthCare (HHC) and Quinnipiac University (QU) announced a unique, university-wide strategic partnership focused on building tomorrow’s healthcare workforce and growing healthcare pipelines. students in a wide range of industries that will meet long-term talent needs for the …

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Dr. Kenneth Cohen discusses the impact of COVID-19 on low-value care

Kenneth Cohen, MD, FACP, executive director of clinical research at UnitedHealth Group Research and Development and senior national medical director at OptumCare, explains why low-value care still exists and how the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the problem. The COVID-19 pandemic has given experts a “big picture” view of how the …

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Caring for children’s mental health throughout pandemic challenges | Latin Voice | Chicago News

The pandemic has presented mental health challenges for everyone, but for children caught in the middle of a dispute over returning to school amid a surge of COVID-19, the past two weeks have been particularly tumultuous. Throughout the pandemic, parents have expressed concern about the toll these uncertain times could …

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Leadership lessons from Martin Luther King

Like Martin Luther King, Jr., great leaders demonstrate that ordinary people can have an impact. (Photo: Michael Goderre, Boston Children’s) Among those who helped shape American history, the Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. stands out. As one of the key leaders of the civil rights movement, he was instrumental …

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