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The University of Toledo Orthopaedic Center and its Chairman, Nabil Ebraheim has made efforts to implement such a system
3. Clinical trial innovation and reform: It's a big job but somebody's gotta do it. There has been much interest in and excitement
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Yes, it takes THAT much work to change my permanent wounds. And just to give you a peak at what goes into this daily medical
"The study of Parkinson's should demonstrate the usefulness of PEP. With this showcase as an example, PEP could grow to become
Why does the R&D system matter? There was violent agreement that biomedical innovation is vital to America's health and economic
One simple solution to reducing or eliminating boarding that can be very effective is staying on top of room cleaning so
So for the last 30 years, advancements in this disease have been stagnant, frozen in time, leaving patients to suffer alone
Big data has been a primary focus of change in the U.S. healthcare system. Small data, however, will drive even more change for individual patients and disrupt both the Internet of Things and physician's day to day clinical practice.
10. What are the top 1-3 issues that you think will be important in Medicaid during the next 6 months? 1. Access to Quality
The indomitable spirit of never giving up, to keep on going despite all adversity and to help and love each other is what life is truly all about and that is truly the Olympic spirit within all of us. I am grateful for the reminder as we once again all join together on this global stage.
I reached out to Dr. Trautman with a few questions in an attempt to garner her thoughts about the opioid epidemic and the role that nursing plays in addressing this nationwide crisis. My questions, along with her answers to these critical questions follow:
It seems to me that if a person has refused to follow the suggestion of her medical professional, it ought to be a standard practice on the part of the doctor to learn why. Consulting with the individual, an alternative course of therapy might be the answer.
I'm tired of doctors. I'm fed up with driving there, sitting there and filling out forms that take longer to do, than the duration of any of my illnesses.
What do you do when you are fully lucid, not in debilitating pain, confined to bed, and told by your trusted doctor that you have a week to live? You start -- in between bouts of hysteria and protestations that you don't want to die -- to say your goodbyes.
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The relentless hyperinflation of drug prices needs to end, but it won't happen without major changes in policy. Some actions or proposals have included (but are definitely not limited to):
I've seen a lot since I became an official member of the disability community thirty years ago. Societal attitudes toward disabilities have changed in more ways than I ever imagined and I'm so grateful for it.