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5/28/17 - Allegheny Valley Hospital's new top doctor looks to reduce costly readmissions [The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review]
May 28 Allegheny Valley Hospital's new chief medical officer faces a task that might seem counterintuitive: keeping people out of the hospital. The hospital's transition to what is known as value-based care follows broader trends in the health care industry and within Allegheny Health Network. The Centers for Medicare& Medicaid Services penalizes
5/28/17 - Argo joins Athens Internal Medicine Associates [Athens Banner-Herald, Ga.]
A resident of Commerce, Argo comes to AIMA from Demorest, where she has been practicing at Heritage Internal Medicine, part of Habersham Health Center, since June 2011. Prior to joining Heritage, Argo practiced with Hill Medical Group in Homer from 2006-11 and with Atlanta Medical Center from 2001-06.. She earned her medical degree at the Medical C
5/28/17 - Augusta University announces limited data breach [The Augusta Chronicle, Ga.]
May 28 Augusta University officials have completed an investigation into a breach of email accounts in September. According to a news release, a phishing attack on faculty email accounts at Augusta University and AU Medical Center potentially compromised the data of less than 1 percent of patients. Compromised accounts contained varying amounts o
5/28/17 - Doctors aren't behind rising health costs James G. (Jim) Beckner: Don't blame docs for the rising cost of medical care hammer
The physician at your local hospital or private practice has little to no control over what a patient is ultimately charged for, say, setting a broken leg, treating a heart attack, receiving a CT Scan, or providing chemotherapy. With all the news coming out of Washington about the future of health care, editorial pages and TV pundits alike seem mor
5/28/17 - Findings from Jena University Hospital Provides New Data on Clinical Trials and Studies (Impact of sleep disordered breathing on short-term...
Findings from Jena University Hospital Provides New Data on Clinical Trials and Studies. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Current study results on Clinical Research- Clinical Trials and Studies have been published. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Jena University Hospital, "In this prospecti
5/28/17 - Gov't to promote personalized cancer treatment
The government will accelerate introduction of personalized cancer treatment at hospitals across the country by creating a database of patients' genetic information and promoting development of new diagnostic methods, sources familiar with the matter said Sunday. Japan lags behind other industrialized countries in providing tailor-made treatment...
5/28/17 - Hitachi develops new ultrasound method to detect breast cancer
Hitachi Ltd. has developed a new ultrasound screening technology that can easily detect breast cancer without causing pain. The electronics giant aims to put the technology into practical use around 2020 through joint research with Hokkaido University Hospital. Hitachi has already successfully detected a 5- millimeter tumor in a clinical test on a
5/28/17 - Hospital, visitors benefit Henry County economy
Figures are in for how big an impact Henry County entities have on the economy. Hospital spokeswoman Joycelyn Osei said according to the Georgia Hospital Association, the Stockbridge health care provider had direct expenditures of more than $201 million. "While Piedmont Henry is well known for its role in meeting the health care needs of the resid
5/28/17 - Kids collect 50 bears to give to hospital patients
Lilian, 13, Meredith, 11, and James, 11, Rizek continued their tradition of collecting bears for patients at the Prince George's Hospital Center. Cheryl Banks, an Annapolis resident and community educator/volunteer coordinator for the center, came up with the idea in the 1990 s to give bears to patients as a way to ease their pain and help them thr
5/28/17 - Long-time hospital associates reflect on years of experience [The Free Lance-Star, Fredericksburg, Va.]
May 28 Doctors, nurses and other associates who have spent decades at Mary Washington Hospital have some interesting tales about the way things were. Margaret Alexander, a volunteer for 54 years, remembers when patients would arrive on Sunday night for surgery early the next morning. "There were some infections then, but nothing like there is to
5/28/17 - Magufuli visits the man who claims to have drawn the national emblem [Citizen, The (Tanzania)]
President John Magufuli has paid a hospital visit to Mzee Francis Maige Kanyasu. Recent media reports identified Mzee Ngosha as the man who drew the national emblem, although this is yet to be verified. The president and his wife, Mama Janeth Magufuli, paid the visit at 7 am when they were coming from St Peter s Catholic Church in Oysterbay, whe
5/28/17 - New Heart Bypass Surgery Findings Has Been Reported by C.U. Kocogullari et al (Hemoglobin A1c Levels Predicts Acute Kidney Injury after Coronary...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Data detailed on Surgery- Heart Bypass Surgery have been presented. Kocogullari, Siyami Ersek Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey. Additional authors for this research include A.T. Kunt, R. Aksoy, C. Duzyol, H. Parlar, H. Saskin and O. Findik.
5/28/17 - New Heart Disease Study Findings Have Been Reported by Researchers at Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital (Acute kidney injury can predict...
New Heart Disease Study Findings Have Been Reported by Researchers at Hallym University Sacred Heart Hospital. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Investigators publish new report on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Heart Disease. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Hallym University Sacred Heart Hos
5/28/17 - Recent Findings from Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center Advance Knowledge in Congenital Heart Disease (Predicting long-term mortality...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Fresh data on Congenital Diseases and Conditions- Congenital Heart Disease are presented in a new report. According to news originating from Cincinnati, Ohio, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Reported long-term outcome measures vary greatly between studies in Fontan patients
5/28/17 - Recent Findings from University of Pennsylvania Hospital Has Provided New Information about Heart Disease (Early Mortality After Catheter Ablation of...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Investigators discuss new findings in Heart Disorders and Diseases- Heart Disease. According to news originating from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "In patients referred for radiofrequency catheter ablation of ventricular tachycardia in the setti
5/28/17 - Reports Outline Acute Coronary Syndrome Findings from Second Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University (Long-term results of young patients...
Reports Outline Acute Coronary Syndrome Findings from Second Affiliated Hospital of Harbin Medical University. According to news reporting from Harbin, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Long-term follow-up studies on young patients with acute coronary syndrome undergoing coronary stent implantation are relatively.
5/28/17 - Research Conducted at University Hospital of Schleswig-Holstein Has Updated Our Knowledge about Heart Attack (Coronary artery bypass surgery within...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Data detailed on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Heart Attack have been presented. According to news reporting originating from Kiel, Germany, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Cardiac arrest in patients with acute myocardial infarction is associated with a poor prognosis.
5/28/17 - Researchers at Peking University Third Hospital Discuss Findings in Heart Disease (Altered serum level of cartilage oligomeric matrix protein and its...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Investigators discuss new findings in Heart Disorders and Diseases- Heart Disease. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Peking University Third Hospital, "We investigated the serum COMPs in coronary heart disease patients, and the relationship between serum COMP
5/28/17 - Sebastian River Medical Center: Health care move could reduce costs
Sebastian River Medical Center plans to introduce a new way of delivering health care services that could reduce costs and improve quality for tens of thousands of Medicare patients. The med center plans to sign up physicians this summer and start their new Medicare Accountable Care Organization programs Jan. 1, said Dr. Mark Girard, a vice preside
5/28/17 - Stat: Bite-sized health news for Sunday, May 28
The mid-valley's fifth annual National Cancer Survivors Day celebration takes place Sunday, June 4, at the Samaritan Pastega Regional Cancer Center in Corvallis. This year's 5 K will take place on the campus of Good Samaritan Regional Medical Center. Event-day registration for the 5 K begins at 8:30 a.m., and the walk/run starts at 9 a.m. on June 4
5/28/17 - Studies Conducted at Citta della Salute e della Scienza Hospital on Diabetes Mellitus Recently Reported (Outcomes of patients with low-pressure...
Studies Conducted at Citta della Salute e della Scienza Hospital on Diabetes Mellitus Recently Reported. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly Current study results on Nutritional and Metabolic Diseases and Conditions- Diabetes Mellitus have been published. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Citta
5/28/17 - Studies from Intermt Medical Center Have Provided New Data on Heart Disease (Predictors of Cardiovascular Events After Liver Transplantation)
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Heart Disease Weekly New research on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Heart Disease is the subject of a report. For more information on this research see: Predictors of Cardiovascular Events After Liver Transplantation. Clinics in Liver Disease, 2017; 21: 367-379, CP3. Clinics in Liver Disease can be contacted
5/28/17 - Superbugs are winning because health officials let them Superbugs are winning because federal and state health officials let them, by Betsy McCaughey
So far, the lethal germ has sickened patients in New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Illinois and Massachusetts, with 122 cases reported so far this year, up from only six last year. Candida auris is already in 15 hospitals in New York, including prestigious medical centers. Acting CDC Director Anne Schuchat calls it a "catastrophic threat."
5/27/17 - 25 refugees in Kakuma contract cholera [Nation (Kenya)]
Turkana County health and sanitation executive Jane Ajele said the 25 inhabitants were treated at Kakuma Mission Hospital. "Our surveillance team is on high alert and we have even dispatched a team to Nadapal on the border of Kenya and South Sudan to screen all new arrivals from South Sudan. "A member of the host community admitted at Kakuma Miss
5/27/17 - 3 active TB cases found in Hemet, Riverside hospitals [The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif.]
May 27 More than 2,000 people are being asked to get tested for tuberculosis after three workers at two Inland hospitals were found to have the infectious disease, Riverside County health officials announced Friday, May 26. The hospital employees two from Hemet Valley Medical Center and one at Parkview Community Hospital Medical Center in River
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