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6/23/17 - 1,560 institutes qualified to treat foreign patients [Korea Times]
According to the Ministry of Health and Welfare, the medical institutions will be able to offer treatments to foreign patients and 1,047 private businesses can engage in marketing to attract medical tourists over the next three years. Clinics or hospitals with less than 100 beds are insured for up to 100 million won, and hospitals with over 100 bed
6/23/17 - 6th Annual Iida Healthcare Interior Design Competition Now Open
The International Interior Design Association issued the following news release:. The International Interior Design Association proudly announces the opening of its 6th annual Healthcare Interior Design Competition. *Ambulatory, including Specialty Clinic; Pediatric; Cancer Center; Ambulatory Surgery Center; Urgent Care Center* Hospitals, including
6/23/17 - All three SMC entities profitable in May
The accounts receivable balance was up $4,406 to $2,900,273. Gross patient revenue for the hospital for May was $2,011,759, which was a $147,842 increase compared to the prior month. Nursing home revenue increased by $5,880 and for The Homestead it increased by $17,022.
6/23/17 - Amid GOP silence, Pa. health care groups worry over Senate bill [The York Dispatch, Pa.]
Republican Senate leaders are pushing mightily to write and pass a bill to replace former President Barack Obama's signature health care law by the end of June. Jeff Bechtel, senior vice president of health economics and policy for the Hospital and Healthsystem Association of Pennsylvania, said he believes the Senate's plan will mostly resemble the
6/23/17 - Annapolis-area hospital reaches a milestone
The Naval Academy is famous for being selective, but we doubt even midshipmen run the sort of application gantlet survived by the first six medical residents at Anne Arundel Medical Center. They were among 700 applicants for the five-year program. The Annapolis- area facility, Maryland's third-busiest hospital, has been hosting medical residents fr
6/23/17 - Berkeley County has been waiting for a hospital for more than 40 years. Finally, it's getting one.
For 42 years, Gene Williams has been waiting for a Berkeley County hospital. That s how long it s been since the county s first hospital closed. Located in downtown Moncks Corner, the old hospital opened in the 1930 s.
6/23/17 - Bill default results in no gas supply to Services Hospital [Pakistan Press International]
The gas supply to Sindh Government Services Hospital, Karachi, has been suspended for the second time in last five months due to non-payment of bills, causing inconvenience to patients and medical staff. The Sui Southern Gas Company had disconnected the gas supply of the hospital on default of payment five days ago and supply was yet to be restored
6/23/17 - CarePayment and DCS Global Partner to Strengthen Hospitals Finances
Both companies to exhibit at HFMA ANI in Orlando June 25-28. PLANO, Texas& NASHVILLE, Tenn. CarePayment and DCS Global have established a strategic partnership that combines the strength of DCS Global s revenue cycle solutions with CarePayment s innovative patient financing program. DCS Global and CarePayment share a vision to provide
6/23/17 - Cause of Neuropsychiatric Ills Common to Lupus Seen in Study, Potential Treatment Raised [Sport360]
Neuropsychiatric symptoms in people with systemic lupus erythematosus may be caused by increased levels of the inflammatory molecule interferon-alpha in their brains, according to a study published in the journal Nature. But the research team from Boston Childrens Hospital also found increased interferon activity in patients brains, suggesting the.
6/23/17 - Changes to Woodstock hospital could end up costing residents
WOODSTOCK- Centegra Health System's decision to suspend much of its inpatient care at its 108- bed Woodstock hospital could pose challenges both medically and financially for residents, depending on the extent to which services are affected. In turn, patients needing inpatient hospital services would be taken or referred to other facilities should.
6/23/17 - Children's Heart Center at AUBMC makes history by performing first successful heart transplant in Lebanon in the pediatric age group [National News Agency (Lebanon)]
Children's Heart Center at AUBMC makes history by performing first successful heart transplant in Lebanon in the pediatric age group. NNA- The Children's Heart Center at the American University of Beirut Medical Center joined the elite heart centers in the world by performing its first successful heart transplant for a pediatric patient in Lebanon.
6/23/17 - Children's Hospitals Call on Senate to Protect Kids and Reject 'Better Care Reconciliation Act of 2017'
Children's hospitals are unified in calling on the Senate to reject the bill. Compared to the AHCA, the new Senate bill calls for even steeper cuts to the Medicaid program by restricting Medicaid's funding to a slower growth rate. An Avalere Health analysis of the AHCA concluded that cuts to Medicaid funding for children would be at least $43 billi
6/23/17 - China needs to rethink approach to nursing: expert [China Daily: US Edition]
China needs to increase the number and quality of nurses and reduce the headcount of physicians who at the same time serve as hospital administrators to mitigate the shortage of medical doctors in the country, according to an industry guru in the US. Marc Shuman, an influential hematologist in the US, said that while he is deeply impressed with Chi
6/23/17 - Colorado politicians, hospitals and analysts react to Senate Republican draft of health care bill [Greeley Tribune, Colo.]
June 23 Two Colorado Republicans said Thursday they were satisfied with the Senate version of the health care reform bill revealed Thursday, though they needed time to review the legislation in full. Ken Buck, R- Colo. said he hasn't yet had time to read and analyze the 147- page bill in its entirety, but he said for the most part, it's similar t
6/23/17 - Colour and cheer brought to hospital's family room
A hospital room used for delivering often difficult news to relatives of patients receiving treatment for severe and life-threatening illnesses and injuries has been transformed. Not happy concerned relatives of patients on the Intensive Therapy Unit at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital were being delivered updates in a clinical and uninviting room,...
6/23/17 - Coordinated Health acquires physician group near Scranton [The Morning Call (Allentown, Pa.)]
June 23 Coordinated Health, a for-profit health care provider based in South Whitehall Township, announced Thursday it is acquiring a 12- physician group near Scranton that will add about 130 employees to its workforce of 1,200.. Coordinated Health officials said they are still negotiating the details of the deal with Scranton Orthopaedic Special
6/23/17 - Corporate Whistleblower Center Now Urges a Medical Doctor to Call Them About Rewards If They Can Prove a Hospital or Healthcare Provider Is Paying...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Insurance Weekly News The Corporate Whistleblower Center says, "We are urging a medical doctor who has proof of a major kickback scheme involving doctors referring business to a hospital, or any type healthcare service provider to call us anytime at 866-714-6466 for a discussion about how the federal whistl
6/23/17 - County hospital board approves $156M budget [Victoria Advocate, Texas]
June 23 Citizens Medical Center reports the hospital's financial stability continues to improve despite projecting a net income loss of $4.1 million next fiscal year. "We're taking tremendous steps toward financial strength," said Chief Financial Officer Duane Woods. Citizens is among the top 83 hospitals in the country, earning a five-star rati
6/23/17 - Data on Alopecia Areata Discussed by Researchers at Second Affiliated Hospital & Yuying Children's Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University...
Data on Alopecia Areata Discussed by Researchers at Second Affiliated Hospital& Yuying Children's Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University. Our news editors obtained a quote from the research from the Second Affiliated Hospital& Yuying Children's Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, "The expression of CD200 in patients with alopecia areata in acti
6/23/17 - Data on Hypertension Reported by Researchers at Gil Medical Center (The role of phenylephrine in patients with small deep subcortical infarct and...
Data on Hypertension Reported by Researchers at Gil Medical Center. According to news reporting originating from Incheon, South Korea, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Although progression of small deep subcortical infarct comprises 12% to 36% of all small deep subcortical infarcts, the therapy for progression is not clear.
6/23/17 - Data on Otolaryngology Detailed by Researchers at Dalian Municipal Central Hospital (The experience of treatment of coblation assisted surgical...
According to news reporting originating from Liaoning, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "This article aimed to Summarize our therapeutic experience with Transoral coblation assisted surgical approach used for treatment of Eagle's syndrome. sixty-two consecutive patients, from 2010 to 2015, underwent coblation..
6/23/17 - Data on Temporomandibular Joint Disorders Discussed by Researchers at Civil Hospital (Effect of smoking status and nicotine dependence on pain...
Data on Temporomandibular Joint Disorders Discussed by Researchers at Civil Hospital. According to news reporting originating from Gandhinagar, India, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Evidence regarding the association of smoking with various forms of chronic musculoskeletal pain is vast, but that with temporomandibular disorders is scar
6/23/17 - Department of Family Medicine Reports Findings in Medical Research (Use of polypharmacy and herbal medication on quality of life in elderly patients...
Department of Family Medicine Reports Findings in Medical Research. By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Health& Medicine Week Current study results on Health and Medicine- Medical Research have been published. This survey-based, cross-sectional study was carried out at Istanbul Okmeydani Training and Research Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey, from
6/23/17 - Dr. Christopher Plummer, Expert in High Risk Pregnancies, Joins Staff
Christopher Plummer, D.O., a maternal fetal medicine specialist, has joined the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Albany Medical Center. Dr. Plummer previously served as a perinatologist at Nassau University Medical Center, Madonna Perinatal Services in Minneola, and Lancaster Family Health and Maternity Care in Lancaster, Pa. He was fello
6/23/17 - Eastpoint Medical Center busy in 2016 [The Star, Port St. Joe, Fla.]
June 22 Amy Anderson, manager of the Eastpoint Medical Center, gave a report of 2016 activities at the regular county meeting Tuesday. She said one-third of the clients serviced are at or below the 200 percent poverty level, earning less than $24,000 annually. This includes $68,500 in in-house services and $51,444 in waived laboratory fees.
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