Yet another contract research organization in India is being scolded for its handling of clinical trial records.
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Chronic kidney disease can be difficult to treat, but experts have identified strategies for using electronic health records to improve care for this vulnerable population. The guidelines, which will appear in an upcoming issue of the...Show More Summary
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People give medical records to researchers studying health problems that affect them or their loved ones.
New strategies for using electronic health records (EHRs) to treat patients with chronic kidney disease have been outlined by investigators. Their recommendations may help clinicians and hospitals better manage individual patients with chronic conditions and identify groups of patients most likely to benefit from different treatment strategies.
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The National Kidney Disease Education Program's Health Information Technology Working Group has identified strategies for using electronic health records to improve care for patients with chronic kidney disease, outlining specific design features and goals.
Experts have identified new strategies for using electronic health records (EHRs) to treat patients with chronic kidney disease. These recommendations may help clinicians and hospitals better manage individual patients with chronic conditions and identify groups of patients most likely to benefit from different treatment strategies.
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92-year-old WWE superfan Alice Boraby had tickets to go to the taping of Smackdown in Toledo, Ohio, Tuesday, but her health prevented her (...)
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74% of American men are either overweight or Obese (up from 63% in 1994) according to a new report using data from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey. As MSN reports, the researchers exclaim "obesity is not getting better. Show More Summary
A review of medical records for almost 200 patients with breast cancer suggests that more selective use of biomarker testing for such patients has the potential to save millions of dollars in health care spending without compromising care.
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