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1/21/19 - A Crisis in Health Care: A Call to Action on Physician Burnout
The Massachusetts Medical Society issued the following news release:. Burnout among the nation's physicians has become so pervasive that a new paper published today by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, the Harvard Global Health Institute, the Massachusetts Medical Society and Massachusetts Health and Hospital Association has deemed the
1/21/19 - Aamir Kiani visits hospitals of twin cities
Federal Minister for Health Aamir Mahmood Kiani Saturday visited District Headquarters Hospital, Holy Family Hospital and Benazir Hospital in Rawalpindi, and Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad. During the visit, he inspected the facilities being provided to the patients in the hospitals, Radio Pakistan reported. The minister also..
1/21/19 - Aamir visits 2 teaching hospitals, inspects facilities
According to details, Aamir Mehmood Kiyani first arrived at Holy Family Hospital where he was received by Medical Superintendent Dr Nasir and other health department officials. Later on, he proceeded to Benazir Bhutto Hospital, where he visited the Paediatric Department. The federal minister took notice of the abolishment of classrooms by the manag
1/21/19 - American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy Issues 11 Research Articles in Jan. 1, 2019 Edition
The American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy, a peer-reviewed scientific journal that says it features drug therapy and pharmacy practice innovations in hospitals and health system from the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, published 11 research articles on the following topics in its Jan. 1, 2019 edition:. *An environmental scan of.
1/21/19 - Amid debate over safety, Abbott Northwestern backs off use of some stents [Star Tribune (Minneapolis)]
Jan. 21 Abbott Northwestern Hospital, a major center for vascular medicine in the Twin Cities, has stopped using medical devices in the legs that contain the paclitaxel amid a growing international debate over the devices' long-term safety. Health care providers are taking different approaches to a sweeping analysis of past studies published last
1/21/19 - Artificial Intelligence Helps Antwerp University Hospital Radiologists Save Lives
The Antwerp University Hospital radiology department uses Aidoc's innovative AI solution to improve the quality of patient treatment and increase department efficiency. TEL AVIV, Israel and ANTWERP, Belgium, Jan. 21, 2019/ PRNewswire/ Aidoc, the leading provider of AI solutions for radiologists announced that Antwerp University Hospital has purch
1/21/19 - Baylor Scott & White oncology in Duncanville joins Waxahachie's Sammons Cancer Center network [Waxahachie Daily Light, Texas]
Baylor Scott& White Medical Center Waxahachie has moved one of its outpatient departments into the fold within its cancer center network. On Monday, Jan. 7, the Baylor Scott& White Medical Center in Duncanville joined the Charles A. Sammons Cancer Network, which helps cancer outpatients through different treatments including radiation and chemoth
1/21/19 - Billings hospitals keep an eye on Medicaid expansion, other bills [Billings Gazette, Mont.]
Jan. 20 Medicaid expansion is on the minds of Billings' two hospitals as the 2019 Montana Legislature continues its work, though that's not the only issue they're focused on. "The No. 1 priority is Medicaid expansion and removing the sunset in June," said Jesse Laslovich, regional vice president for network development for SCL Montana, which inc
1/21/19 - CMS Ruling Could Shut the Door on the Medical Center at Elizabeth Place (MCEP)
Effective Friday, January 18, 2019, CMS will terminate The Medical Center at Elizabeth Place from participation as a hospital in the Medicare and Medicaid programs. This closure would result in the further elimination of access to inpatient hospital care for inner-city residents of Dayton. SOURCE The Medical Center at Elizabeth Place.
1/21/19 - County By County, a Grim Link
Researchers sketched a vivid line Friday linking the dollars spent by drugmakers to woo doctors around the country to a vast opioid epidemic that has led to tens of thousands of deaths. Scott Hadland, the study s lead author and an addiction specialist at Boston Medical Center s Grayken Center for Addiction, has conducted previous studies con
1/21/19 - Court Decision Protects Patient Care 340B Hospitals
The Infectious Diseases Society of America issued the following news release:. The Dec. 27 federal court injunction stopping further cuts in 340 B reimbursements for Medicare Part B drugs to some participating hospitals is a critical step in preserving the role that academic health centers play in providing HIV, viral hepatitis, and other infectiou
1/21/19 - Doctors needed [Pakistan Observer]
Due to scarcity of doctors in the District Hospital Khapulo, Ghanche, Gilgit-Baltistan the whole system is messed up. In the entire district hospital roughly four specialist doctors appear to be on duty to entertain patients thousands in numbers due to growing seasonal diseases because of harsh cold weather during winters. Due to non-availability o
1/21/19 - Examination Tables Market to Reach a Value of About US $440 Mn by 2022: The market in Europe is set to dominate the global examination tables market in terms of value and this trend is projected to sustain itself throughout the assessment period.
New York, NY 01/21/2019 With a growing load on the healthcare sector and consequently on the healthcare practitioners, the hospitals are looking for ways constantly to improve the working conditions of the doctors, nurses and other treatment staff. As per the forecast of Persistence Market Research, the special examination table segment is sl
1/21/19 - First kidney transplant centre launched
The Aga Khan University Hospital has launched its first kidney transplant centre in Karachi for which an awareness event was organised attended by different nephrologists, dialysis centre managers of Karachi, general physicians and endocrinologists of as well as recently treated patients of the kidney transplant centre. The team at the Aga Khan...
1/21/19 - Five Injured Following a Two-Vehicle Collision
Five people were injured following a two-vehicle collision on the N12 in Westonaria last night. When ER24 paramedics arrived at the scene shortly after 21 H30, they found another medical service already in attendance busy treating a patient. He was airlifted to hospital by the ER24 Oneplan medical helicopter.
1/21/19 - Govt giving special attention to health sector: Aamir Kiani
Health Minister Aamir Mahmood Kiani paid a visit to District Headquarter Hospital, Holy Family, Benazir Hospital in Rawalpindi and PIMS in Islamabad on Saturday. During the visit, he inspected the facilities being provided to the patients in these hospitals. Aamir Kiani said that 17.5 million people will get benefits of the Health Cards scheme by t
1/21/19 - Health bosses aware of pigeon issues at hospital for two years
An investigation is continuing into the death of two patients at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital as it emerged health bosses were aware of problems with pigeons at the building for two years. It was reported on Sunday that the Scottish Government had been aware of the issue since December. However, A freedom of information request which has
1/21/19 - Health minister visits different hospitals in twin cities
Minister for National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination Aamer Mehmood Kiani on Saturday paid visit to different hospitals in the twin cities, ARY News reported. Aamer Mehmood Kiani visited District Headquarters hospital, Holy Family, Benazir Bhutto Hospital in Rawalpindi and Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad.
1/21/19 - Health: (Govt giving special attention to health sector: Aamir Kiani) [Pakistan Press International]
Health Minister Aamir Mahmood Kiani paid a visit to District Headquarter Hospital, Holy Family, Benazir Hospital in Rawalpindi and PIMS in Islamabad on Saturday. During the visit, he inspected the facilities being provided to the patients in these hospitals. Aamir Kiani said that 17.5 million people will get benefits of the Health Cards scheme by t
1/21/19 - High-tech pill sends message
When his chemotherapy patients leave the hospital to continue treatment at home, Edward Greeno faces a new challenge. Greeno, the medical director of the Masonic Cancer Clinic at America s University of Minnesota, has come to realise that some patients, like children hiding naughty behaviour from a parent, will fudge the truth to avoid his disap
1/21/19 - Hospital chiefs knew for years about pigeon issue that proved fatal
AN investigation is continuing into the death of two patients at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital as it emerged health bosses were aware of problems with pigeons at the building for two years. It emerged yesterday that the Scottish Government had been aware of the issue since December. NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde declined to comment on the
1/21/19 - IU Health Bloomington Hospital Names COO [Oman News Agency]
Alan Biggs has been named chief operating officer at IU Health Bloomington Hospital. In addition to his five-year leadership position with EMCARE/EMVISION, Biggs served as chief financial officer and COO at Logansport Hospital from 1997 to 2010. Biggs is a Fellow of the American College of Healthcare Executives and has been active in the Indiana Ho
1/21/19 - Join the Queue - Why Doctors, Nurses Face Unemployment
It's the age of austerity and it's bad news for doctors, nurses and patients alike unless the state can do more with less.. Almost 200 posts for doctors and specialists remain unfilled at Gauteng's four academic hospitals- and many of these posts are likely to remain empty, the health department says. Doctors at Chris Hani-Baragwanath Academic Ho
1/21/19 - Lions Cook Food for Bwaila Hospital in-Patients
Lions Club of Capital City Saturday cheered 325 in-patients at Bwaila Hospital in Lilongwe by providing them a balanced meal worth K350 000 at lunch hour. The Lions Club's president Washington Kaimvi said the meal was prepared as one way of celebrating the birth of the founder of Lions Club International late Mervin Jones who was born on 13 January
1/21/19 - Malnutrition in Thar claims lives of seven children in two days
The death toll in Thar, for the year 2019 so far, has reached up to 38 whereas, as many as 46 children are under treatment in different wards, sources of Mithi hospital told ARY News. Earlier in January, Pakistan Army established a three-day free medical camp to facilitate the people of Tharparkar, wherein army doctors and paramedics provided essen
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