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11/22/17 - 32 NYC Health + Hospitals Primary Care Clinics Earn the Highest Level of Patient-Centered Medical Home Recognition
NYC Health+ Hospitals today announced that 32 of its hospital and community-based primary care clinics received the highest-level Patient-Centered Medical Home recognition for meeting rigorous national standards and establishing a model to deliver patient-centered, coordinated, and convenient health care services to New Yorkers.
11/22/17 - Advocate's lung cancer screenings helping with early detection of deadly disease
Area Advocate Health Care facilities are making inroads in the fight against lung cancer in central Illinois. Since 2014, Advocate BroMenn Medical Center in Normal, Advocate BroMenn Outpatient Center in Bloomington and Advocate Eureka Hospital in Eureka have conducted nearly 800 screenings and have confirmed 15 cases of early-stage lung cancer.
11/22/17 - Alarming snakebite fatalities [Sun, The (Nigeria)]
The reported loss of about 250 persons to snakebites in Plateau and Gombe States on account of the shortage of anti-venom drugs in the country is shocking. These drugs were reported to have been last supplied to the country in August 2017. Reports from the three treatment centres Kaltungo General Hospital and Ali Mega Pharmacy in Gombe State, an
11/22/17 - Argus Radiology Expands Their Personalized Version of TeleRadiology into Wisconsin
Argus Radiology has announced the completion of their physician licensing in Wisconsin with immediate plans to expand their state-of-the-art teleradiology service to hospital emergency departments and radiology groups within the state. According to Jamey Wright, MD, Argus Radiology's Founder and President, "Over the past couple years we have receiv
11/22/17 - Clinical Alarm Management Market Is Growing at Significant Rate by 2027 End: Hospitals and ambulatory surgical centres are the largest end-users in the clinical alarm management market and should remain so for the foreseeable future.
Valley Cottage, NY 11/21/2017 Clinical alarm management solutions are adopted by hospitals and ambulatory surgical centres to manage and respond to clinical alarms as and when they arise to minimize alarm fatigue. The clinical alarm management market is anticipated to push past a value of US$ 4 billion by end 2027.. The solutions component co
11/22/17 - Data on Arthritis Reported by Researchers at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (Right drug, right patient, right time: aspiration or future promise...
Data on Arthritis Reported by Researchers at Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, "In addition to clinical phenotyping, cellular and molecular characterisation of synovial tissue and blood in patients with RA, using different technologies, can facilitate
11/22/17 - Design Build Replace Roof Top Units for Viera Outpatient Clinic, Orlando VA
Location: Department of Veterans Affairs, Tampa VAMC, James A. Haley Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Center. Classification Code: Y- Construction of structures and facilities. Subject: Design Build Replace Roof Top Units for Viera Outpatient Clinic, Orlando VA.
11/22/17 - Embolectomy/Vascular devices and supplies
Office Address: Department of the Army; U.S. Army Medical Command; REGIONAL HEALTH CONTRACT OFF CENTRAL; ATTN: MCAA GP L31 9 V2539 GARDEN AVENUE JBSA FT SAM HOUSTON TX 78234-0000. Description: Department of the Army. Regional Health Contracting Office-Central, Brooke Army Medical Center has a requirement for specialized embolectomy/vascular devices
11/22/17 - High mortality rates at two hospitals are red -flagged
MORTALITY at two hospitals in the west of Scotland has been- red-flagged for the second time this year after it emerged that the death rate among patients was "significantly higher" than the national average. The Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley and the Vale of Leven in West Dunbartonshire were the only two hospitals in Scotland to raise alarm b
11/22/17 - Hospital makes progress in reducing expenses [The Daily Star-Journal, Warrensburg, Mo.]
Nov. 21 WARRENSBURG Expense control progress is being made, and patient service revenue remained under budget in October at Western Missouri Medical Center, Chief Financial Officer Dean Ohmart said. Three keys to financial improvement are reducing expenses, reducing deductions for bad debt and charity write-offs, and increasing patient revenue,
11/22/17 - KSrelief delivers hospital supplies in Yemen [Bahrain News Agency]
Riyadh, Nov. 22: King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre has responded to an urgent request for medical equipment and supplies from the head of a central hospital serving Yemen's governorates of Ibb, Taiz and Al Dhale. The General Director of the Health Office, in Ibb, received the requested equipment and supplies to ensure the continuous pr
11/22/17 - KSRelief responds to urgent Taiz humanitarian appeal, with dialysis treatment equipment's supplies [Al Riyadh (Saudi Arabia)]
King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Centre recently responded to an urgent request from the head of Al-Thawra Hospital, in Taiz. On the other hand, the General Director of the Health Office, in Ibb, received equipment and supplies to ensure the continuous provision of dialysis services to patients at the hospital. Al-Thawra Hospital, in Taiz, i
11/22/17 - Low HIV viral load suppression worries Kabarole medics [Observer, The (Uganda)]
Medical workers in Kabarole district are concerned about the low viral load suppression in HIV/Aids positive patients. Viral load testing measures the amount of HIV in a person's blood. Dr Gerald Magezi, a doctor at the HIV/Aids clinic at Fort Portal regional referral hospital who conducted the viral load test attributes low viral load suppression
11/22/17 - Lubbock hospitals striving to meet demand for in-patient rehab care [Lubbock Avalanche-Journal, Texas]
Craig Bragg, CEO of Trustpoint Rehabilitation Hospital of Lubbock, which is a part of Ernest Health, said the demand for rehab services has been steadily growing over the last five years. "We provide care for patients typically after they've been in one of the general hospitals, like Covenant or or Lubbock Heart& Surgical Hospital, or one of the h
11/22/17 - Measures launched to get patients home
Report by Lucy Todman lucy.todman@shropshirestar.co.uk A RAFT of measures have been introduced by Shropshire Council to cut the number of patients staying in hospital longer than they need to. The council's adult social care service was asked by government to reduce the number of patients who are delayed in hospital by 60 per cent by September 2017
11/22/17 - Mortality rate at hospitals is red-flagged for second time in a year
MORTALITY at two hospitals in the west of Scotland has been red-flagged for the second time this year after it emerged that the death rate among patients was "significantly higher" than the national average. The Royal Alexandra Hospital in Paisley and the Vale of Leven in West Dunbartonshire were the only two hospitals in Scotland to raise alarm be
11/22/17 - Nanticoke Memorial lands Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award
SEAFORD- Nanticoke Memorial Hospital has received the Get With The Guidelines - Heart Failure Silver Plus Quality Achievement Award for implementing specific quality improvement measures outlined by the American Heart Association/American College of Cardiology Foundation's secondary prevention guidelines for patients with heart failure.
11/22/17 - Nottingham University Hospitals managed services partner for POCT equipment and consumables selected [Press TV (Iran)]
Genmed has announced that it has been selected as a vendor neutral managed services provider by Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust to work with its point of care team. The appointment is initially for a five-year period with an option to extend by agreement. Tony Stanyard, Head of Procurement, Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trusts says,
11/22/17 - NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue Is Recognized for Excellence in Six Categories of Heart and Stroke Care
NYC Health+ Hospitals/Bellevue announced today that it is one of only two hospitals recognized for excellence in six or more categories of heart and stroke care by the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association. This recognition earns NYC Health+ Hospitals/Bellevue a prestigious position on U.S. News and World Report's list of America's
11/22/17 - Plea over palliative care for children
Children's Hospices Across Scotland has employed three nurses to work in hospitals and communities in Glasgow, Edinburgh and the north of Scotland since 2014.. Sue Hogg, director of Children and Families at Chas, said: "The report shows we are providing the right support to those who need us- both families and health care providers. Fiona McQueen,
11/22/17 - Reports from Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital Highlight Recent Findings in Pain (The characterisation of unexplained pain after knee replacement)
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Biotech Week Current study results on Neurologic Manifestations- Pain have been published. According to news reporting originating in Exeter, United Kingdom, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "The aims of this study were to characterise the pain experienced by patients with chronic pain after knee rep
11/22/17 - San Diego hospitals give medical tourism a try
Four major San Diego hospitals have partnered with regional tourism and business leaders to launch an initiative aimed at boosting medical tourism. UC San Diego Health System, Sharp Healthcare, Scripps Health and Rady Children`s Hospital are all participants in the project, dubbed DestinationCare San Diego, which launched last week. Other hospitals
11/22/17 - Staff feel the cold after hospital doors glitch
NHS staff and patients arriving at Glasgow's super-hospital are feeling the chill because of a glitch with the entrance door. The automatic entrance doors at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital are opening too frequently because of a problem with the sensor. The problem is said to get worse during windy conditions.
11/22/17 - Studies in the Area of Neurology Reported from University of Alexandria (Neuronal autoantibodies: differentiating clinically relevant and clinically...
Studies in the Area of Neurology Reported from University of Alexandria. We reviewed 401 neurological patients who were tested for the Mayo-Clinic paraneoplastic panel from January 2014 to December 2014 at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. " The news correspondents obtained a quote from the research from the University of Alexandria, "We divided...
11/22/17 - Texoma hospitals win national awards in patient care [Syrian Arab News Agency]
Wilbarger General and Seymour Hospital were the only two rural hospitals in the Texas to be given high marks in three categories. "It determines basically the strength and a lot of times the sustainability in rural hospitals across the country," Claudia Eisenmann, Wilbarger General Ceo, said. She said that progress has been made thanks to the hard
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