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7/22/17 - AnMed Health seeks to lower emergency department's trauma designation [Anderson Independent Mail, S.C.]
July 22 AnMed Health Medical Center in Anderson is seeking to lower the trauma designation for its emergency department, but hospital officials say patients will continue to receive the same level of care. According to the American Trauma Society, Level I centers such as Greenville Memorial Hospital can provide total care for every aspect of inju
7/22/17 - Bangweulu hospital tendering process nears completion [Tehran Times (Iran)]
GOVERNMENT says the construction of Bangweulu General Hospital in Luwingu district in Northern Province will start before the end of this year. Northern Province Minister Brian Mundubile said Government is currently concluding the tendering process before a contract is awarded to construct the hospital. The tendering and evaluation procedures have.
7/22/17 - CareFirst puts price on AAMC insurance dispute
CareFirst's CEO put a price tag Thursday on a dispute between the health insurer and Anne Arundel Medical Center that could affect thousands of county residents. In a conference call with reporters, CareFirst President and CEO Chet Burrell said a recent reduction in fee payments to the hospital "is something in the order of $1 million" out of the $
7/22/17 - Clean bill of health for care provision
Patients are receiving effective and compassionate care from the NHS in Powys, according to inspectors. The inspection from April 1, 2016, to March 31, 2017, saw one hospital inspection, four GPs inspected, two dental practices, one learning disability inspection and one ionising radiation inspection. During the inspection, HIW visited the diagnost
7/22/17 - CRI Scientists Increase Our Understanding of the Genetic Basis of Neuropsychiatric Disorders
The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center issued the following news release:. A study by scientists at the Children's Medical Center Research Institute at UT Southwestern is providing insight into the genetic basis of neuropsychiatric disorders. Hao Zhu and including graduate student Cemre Celen genetically modified mice to carry a mutati
7/22/17 - DASH trains 8 consultants in 9 years
NAN-HG-3 Training By Isaac Ukpoju Lafia, July 20, 2017 The Dalhatu Araf Specialist Hospital, Lafia, says it has trained eight consultants since inception of its post-graduate programme for doctors nine years ago. Dr Yakubu Ashuku, the hospital Chief Medical Director, told the News Agency of Nigeria on Thursday in Lafia, that the hospital was planni
7/22/17 - Deadline to Request Revisions on Worksheet S-10 Data Is Sept. 30
The Michigan Health and Hospital Association issued the following news release:. The Centers for Medicare& Medicaid Services recently announced an opportunity for hospitals to revise data reported on Worksheet S-10 of their Medicare cost reports for fiscal years beginning between Oct. 1, 2013, and Sept. 30, 2014. On or before Sept. 30, Medicare Adm
7/22/17 - DPH: Ex-hospital worker accessed patient data [Boston Herald]
July 22 Personal and medical information of more than 1,000 patients at the state-run Tewksbury Hospital, including Social Security numbers and diagnoses, were inappropriately accessed by a snooping former employee over the course of 14 years, according to the Department of Public Health. "We don't have any indication that she inappropriately us
7/22/17 - Findings from University Hospital of Verona Broaden Understanding of Blood Cells (The Role of Red Blood Cell Distribution Width for Predicting 1-year...
According to news originating from Verona, Italy, by NewsRx correspondents, research stated, "Universally accepted and validated instruments for predicting the outcome of patients presenting to the emergency department with severe dyspnoea do not exist so far, nor are they regularly used by the emergency physicians. Our news journalists obtained a
7/22/17 - FMC Director: 42,000 Victims of Farmers/Herdsmen Clashes Have Received Medical Attention in Six Months
George Okoh in Makurdi The Chief Medical Director, Federal Medical Centre, Makurdi, Benue State. Peteru Inunduh, has disclosed that the hospital has treated over 42,000 victims of herdsmen/farmers attacks in Benue and Taraba States. The MD lamented that the development has drastically reduced revenue generation for the hospital, stressing that the.
7/22/17 - Friendship Hospital's leap towards cardiac CT revolution [Vietnam Investment Review (VIR)]
GE Healthcare in collaboration with Friendship Hospital yesterday the new high performance GE CT scanner launching ceremony and the symposium on Diagnostic Imaging on Cardiac with the participation of government officials, international medical experts, a large number of managers and doctors from big hospitals across the country.
7/22/17 - From the Floridan archives: 1974
Hospital officials said the "drawing fund" was needed since fees for emergency service would not be immediately available to pay the new doctors' salaries- $40-50,000 per physician, annually.- Jackson County Floridan, Wednesday, July 24, 1974. Bill Parramore, community services field representative for the Division of Retardation, Region IIA, yeste
7/22/17 - Gouverneur Hospital Makes Construction Progress [Tehran Times (Iran)]
It`s the first significant upgrade in over 50 years at Gouverneur Hospital. The cost for these renovations is just over $2 million. "This emergency department has not been renovated since the 1960 `s I believe and it`s going to improve patient privacy and allow us to see more patients," said Jay Moore, Gouverneur Hospital emergency department nurs
7/22/17 - Hospitals Need Targeted Plan for Social Determinants of Health [Tehran Times (Iran)]
Healthcare organizations are tapping into the social determinants of health to improve patient-centered, value-based care, but do not yet have a consistent and targeted approach, according to a new Deloitte report. The report, which included the results of a survey of nearly 300 hospitals across the country, showed that healthcare organizations bel
7/22/17 - JACA Architects selected to design ambulatory care facility for Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital-Needham [Sudan Tribune]
JACA Architects was recently selected by Beth Israel Deaconess HospitalNeedham to design a new ambulatory care facility. Construction on the project is expected to begin in the spring of 2018; John Fowler, AIA, EDAC, LEED AP and associate principal at JACA Architects, is serving as principal in charge of the project. This is not the first partnersh
7/22/17 - Michigan Among Top 10 for Quality Performance of Critical Access Hospitals
Michigan was recently recognized by the Health Resources and Services Administration as being one of the 10 highest performing states for critical access hospitals in areas of data reporting and improvement over the past year. Other top hospitals recognized include Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Utah, an
7/22/17 - New Findings from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Describe Advances in Intracranial Hemorrhages (Predicting the higher rate of intracranial...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Obesity, Fitness& Wellness Week Fresh data on Central Nervous System Diseases and Conditions- Intracranial Hemorrhages are presented in a new report. According to news reporting out of Boston, Massachusetts, by NewsRx editors, research stated, "Venous thromboembolism occurs in up to one-third of patients wi
7/22/17 - New Rheumatoid Arthritis Findings from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Outlined (Anti-Carbamylated Protein Antibodies in Rheumatoid Arthritis...
New Rheumatoid Arthritis Findings from Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center Outlined. According to news reporting originating in Lebanon, New Hampshire, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Anti-carbamylated protein antibodies are associated with the risk and severity of rheumatoid arthritis and are primarily directed against fibrinogen.
7/22/17 - OHA Report Details Paid Amounts of Medical Procedures Among Oregon Hospitals
Reimbursement for the same procedures vary among hospitals operating in the same region and across the state, according to a new report from the Oregon Health Authority. The report details the median amounts paid by commercial insurers for the most common inpatient and outpatient procedures that were performed in Oregon hospitals in 2015..
7/22/17 - Phone number to report crime in hospital piloted
Patients and staff at New Cross Hospital are being urged to report crime within the NHS through a new scheme being piloted with Crimestoppers. New posters have been put up throughout the Royal Wolverhampton Trust, which runs the hospital, encouraging people to help prevent crime using the system. Paul Smith, trust security manager at RWT, said: "Pa
7/22/17 - Plans to stop urology treatment at hospital Meet Trust members at centre: Bid to centralise service in effort to ease staffing crisis at NHS Trust
An "unsustainable" staffing structure that would increase the "risk of patient safety being compromised" has led Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust to propose scrapping offering standard urology services at both Grimsby and Scunthorpe hospitals. Instead, in a move that the trust hopes will ease the strain on staff at both the Dian
7/22/17 - Rabid dogs on the rampage bite 67 in Manikganj
The injured were taken to Sadar Hospital where they were given rabies vaccination along with other treatment, said Dr Hazera Khatun of the hospital. Anisur Rahman, a senior staff nurse of the hospital, said they did not see so many patients to get admitted to the hospital with dog bite. District Civil Surgeon Dr Md Khursid Alam said the hospital pr
7/22/17 - Revised Bill to Repeal and Replace ACA Fails to Garner Support in U.S. Senate
The Michigan Health and Hospital Association issued the following news release:. "Throughout the debate on repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act, the Michigan Health& Hospital Association has remained committed to one of our core values that every resident in Michigan deserves affordable, high-quality healthcare coverage and access to
7/22/17 - Samaritan Medical Center installs new MRI machine from above [T-break Tech (Middle East)]
According to Director of Imaging Services James Farr, the machine is much more powerful than its predecessors, producing clearer high-resolution images for diagnosis. It really seems much larger, Mr. Farr said. Patients will never be out of sight or earshot, Mr. Farr said.
7/22/17 - SBH hospital approved by state board, 4-1 [Sudan Tribune]
After two years of trying, Strategic Behavioral Health won permission Thursday from the state of Iowa to build a 72- bed psychiatric hospital in Bettendorf. On a vote of 4-1, Iowas Health Facilities Council voted to approve a certificate of need over the opposition of the Quad-Cities two largest hospitals, Genesis Health System and UnityPoint Trini
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