Whether in an urban or rural setting, no matter the demographic of patients, every individual has a need for healthcare providers.
Forward-thinking medical organizations and providers such as The University of Pittsburgh, and Kaiser Permanente are collaborating with tech startups in ventures to materialize their futuristic vision of better outcomes.
This entry was posted in Medical News & Innovators on Jan 25, 2018 10:06 AM
D.O. Day on the Hill is an annual event that the American Osteopathic Association (AOA) puts together for osteopathic medical students, physicians, and other healthcare advocates.
Haley Wilbourn, a nursing student at National University, invites her fellow students and nurses to share their #NursingSchoolProbs, which she will address in her new article series.
For low-level problems like bronchitis or urinary tract infections, consumers are more likely to go to the emergency department than to a health clinic located less than a 10-minute drive away, a new study suggests.
Staying in touch is very important for a child and their parents, especially if the child is in the hospital for an extended period of time.
These type of mergers and acquisitions provide a hospital system almost a one-stop shop from service standpoint.
A badge-like sensor tag is worn by each hospital caregiver that counts room entries and exits as well as the use of soap or sanitizer dispensers.
This entry was posted in Medical News & Innovators on Oct 17, 2016 9:48 AM
Mylan has previously fought against its competitor Teva Pharmaceutical Industries' application to the FDA for approval of its generic EpiPen
This entry was posted in Public Health on Sep 27, 2016 9:05 AM
The misunderstanding that rural hospitals are more costly, inefficient, and have lower quality and satisfaction is empirically challenged.
This entry was posted in Public Health on Sep 1, 2016 11:55 AM