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Montefiore Einstein Physician Researcher Awarded $4.2 Million National Institutes of Health Grant to Advance Asthma Care

Dr. Marina Reznik receives grant from NIH to examine impact of asthma guidelines promotion through technology-based intervention and care coordination

Great Case from the 9th Circuit (May 13, 2016)

CA Department of Health Care Services sues the Office of Administrative Hearings (OAH) in a special education due process hearing. May 13, 2016 decision from Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. Continue Reading ?

Axillary Ultrasound After Chemotherapy: Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute

In this Mayo Clinic Radio Health Minute, Dr. Judy Boughey explains how breast cancer care is being tailored to a patients needs. To listen, click the link below. Axillary Ultrasound after Chemo

NBA players vote unanimously to fund health insurance coverage for retired players

Current NBA players have made the laudable decision to take care of those who came before them. In an unprecedented move, the NBA Players Association will be offering retired players with at least three years of experience health insurance through a program funded by the league's current players. Show More Summary

Healthy Mind, Healthy Body: Changing Health Care, Especially At Home

Two years after the death of her husband, 88-year-old Jean was still struggling with depression. Suzette Santos, a behavioral health nurse at the Visiting Nurse Service of New York, where I work, had cared for the Long Island, NY resident...Show More Summary

To Help Obamacare, Anthem Says Larger Penalties, Enrollment Changes Help

Anthem says larger penalties for Americans who don’t sign up for health insurance and the elimination of special enrollment periods helped insurers offer coverage under the Affordable Care Act.

A Politico reporter shows how Obamacare is a national and local story

November marks the beginning of the Affordable Care Act’s fourth open-enrollment season and, soon after, Obamcare’s post-Obama period begins. With these milestones in mind, Politico’s Paul Demko recently took stock of the health care...Show More Summary

Creeping Sharia in health care

Muslim doctors, Muslim patients, Islamic supremacy and the dhimmi West.

Fio Showcases Remote Device Connectivity and Healthcare Management Platform at AACC 2016

Fio Corporation is exhibiting its cloud-based connectivity and reporting platform for decentralized health care at the 68th American Association for Clinical Chemistry (AACC) Annual Scientific Meeting & Clinical Lab Expo from July 31st to August 4th.

NBA union to fund health care for retired players

16 hours agoSports : The Early Lead

NBA players have recently made headlines for raking it in, as a new TV contract has led to massive, eyebrow-raising deals for even average performers. Now those players have made an unprecedented decision to share some of that fortune with their NBA predecessors by funding health care for many of them. The NBA Players Association made the […]

The Health Minister Returns But Apparently Sees E-Health As An Issue That Is Solved! It Isn’t!

Here is the full press release:Appointment as Minister for Health, Aged Care & SportIt is an honour to be reappointed as Minister for Health, Aged Care and Sport.Page last updated: 19 July 2016PDF printable version of Appointment asShow More Summary

Good Karma: Meet the Founders of the Urban Zen Foundation

19 hours agoFitness / Yoga : Yoga Journal

This game-changing trio is transforming the way patients and health care providers are treated. Learn more about the Urban Zen Foundation and their impact. The post Good Karma: Meet the Founders of the Urban Zen Foundation appeared first on Yoga Journal.

NBA to Fund Health Care for Former Players with at Least 3 Seasons' Experience

The National Basketball Players Association (NBPA) announced Wednesday it will fund health care for the league's retired players who racked up at least three years of experience, per Howard Beck of Bleacher Report. The statement noted player representatives passed the vote to fund the health insurance in unanimous fashion. Show More Summary

What I learned from the 2 Mikes, and why physicians should be like them

They were both named Mike. Both were superstar physicians and educators at MedStar Health. Both had a wife named Pam, a son, and a daughter. And both died untimely deaths within a year of 50 at the mid-point of their ascending careers, 18 months after being diagnosed with cancer. I don’t believe they knew each […]

The Wages of Sin - a Small Illustration of How Executives Can Personally Profit from Bad Corporate Behavior in Health Care

The resolution of two related cases involving drug/ biotechnology/ device giant Johnson and Johnson opened a small window on the perverse incentives driving bad managerial behavior in health care.The Settlement of the Allegedly Illegal...Show More Summary

Kognito Launches Virtual Human Simulations for Primary Care Providers

Kognito, a provider of simulations featuring virtual humans has launched of a series of four new virtual human experiences available to help users build skills related to physical, emotional and social health.  The simulations were commissioned...Show More Summary

'Doctorpreneurs' Are Taking Cancer Care Personally

For Clete Walker (CEO of Virtuo Health), the idea to bring together physicians focused on elevating treatment of prostate cancer is personal. Years ago, when Walker's father faced the disease, Walker was shocked to find the lack of treatment options available to men with prostate cancer in the U.S. Show More Summary

UNSAFE: Eleventh Woman Rushed to Hospital from Bakersfield Abortion Facility

For the eleventh time since August 2012, an ambulance was called to provide emergency care to a patient of FPA Women’s Health in Bakersfield, CA. The incident took place on July 19, 2016. The woman was transported to a nearby hospital for care. This FPA abortion center is part of a chain of 22 abortion […]

Health insurer Oscar to halve its network next year

Oscar will cut its network in half for 2017 and will no longer cover many of New York City’s largest health care providers, the health insurer announced in a blog post on its website... To view the full story, click the title link.

Medicaid Works: 10 Key Facts

This is the next in our "Medicaid Works" blog series, which aims to inform the debate over Medicaid's future by providing the latest facts and figures on this essential and popular part of the nation's health care system. Medicaid provides...Show More Summary

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