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9/18/17 - Abbasi Shaheed Hospital faces multifarious problems due to financial crunch
The administration of third largest public sector hospital in the city, Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, has been facing multifarious problems to run its affairs smoothly since last five years due to financial crises at Karachi Metropolitan Corporation) The hospital's financial and administrative affairs are largely being run on limited KMC funding and...
9/18/17 - Abbasi Shaheed Hospital faces multifarious problems due to financial crunch [Pakistan Press International]
The administration of third largest public sector hospital in the city, Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, has been facing multifarious problems to run its affairs smoothly since last five years due to financial crises at Karachi Metropolitan Corporation). The hospital's financial and administrative affairs are largely being run on limited KMC funding and...
9/18/17 - As Payers Crack Down, Fi-Med Analytics Solution Could Prevent Hospital Bankruptcies
Already this year, nine hospitals across the country have filed for bankruptcy protection, posting record profit losses as a result of several factors contributing to revenue cycle mismanagement. As much as 65 cents out of every dollar billed to patients goes uncollected. One report from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services found that hos
9/18/17 - BRIEF: 39 suffer from food poisoning in Irbid [Jordan Times, Amman]
Sept. 18 AMMAN Thirty-nine people suffered from food-poisoning in Irbid's Hatem village on Sunday, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported. Director of Irbid's Health Department, Qasim Mayyas, said that 22 of them were transferred to Yarmouk Hospital, two were sent to Princess Basma Hospital, while 15 have left the medical facilities after trea
9/18/17 - Brown Joined Ohio Families at Children's Hospitals in Cleveland, Cincinnati to Call for Five-Year Extension
Sherrod Brown joined a bipartisan group of Senators to introduce legislation to extend the Children's Health Insurance Program, known as Healthy Start in Ohio, for five years. The bipartisan bill will still have to be taken up and passed by the full Senate. "During these uncertain times, Congress should reassure families and states that they can r
9/18/17 - Cancer hospital organizes fundraising dinner in Federal Capital
Cancer Care Hospital and Research Centre, which has a mission to provide free cancer treatment organized fundraising dinner at Islamabad. The dinner was arranged to raise funds for purchase of highly needed radiation machine for the hospital to treat ailing cancer patients in Pakistan. According to sources, Cancer Care Hospital and Research Centre,
9/18/17 - CAR-T Cancer Therapy: Supercharging a Patient's Own Cells to Battle Cancer
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Clinical Trials Week The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved a novel cancer treatment that resulted in 83% of patients with resistant leukemia going into remission, and the majority remaining cancer free after a year. Children's Hospital Los Angeles was one of a small number of sites that partici
9/18/17 - Children Dying Due To Lack Of Decent Hospitals [TOLOnews (Afghanistan)]
Indira Gandhi Children's Hospital officials on Sunday confirmed 32 babies and toddlers, including newborns, have died at the Kabul facility in the past two weeks. The director of Indira Gandhi Children s Hospital, Noorulhaq Yousufzai, said many of these patients were coming in from provinces because of the lack of decent healthcare facilities ou
9/18/17 - Christus Health and Santa Fe hospital pay $12.2M to settle whistleblower lawsuit, says Phillips & Cohen LLP
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Managed Care Weekly Digest Christus Health and its Santa Fe hospital will pay $12.2 million to the federal government to settle a whistleblower case brought by Phillips& Cohen LLP that alleged Christus and the hospital manipulated federal funding for an indigent care program to boost their revenues.
9/18/17 - Cincinnati Children's Acquires Advanced CT Technology to Improve Pediatric Patient Care
Patients at Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center now have access to the latest in dynamic volume CT technology with the installation of the Aquilion? ONE/ GENESIS Edition from Toshiba Medical, a Canon Group company. Toshiba Medical offers innovative technologies that help our customers prioritize patient safety, said Dominic Smi
9/18/17 - Comprehensive Pharmacy Services Announces Strategic Acquisition of Pharmacy Systems, Inc.
Comprehensive Pharmacy Services, the nation's largest hospital and health system pharmacy services provider, announced today its acquisition of Ohio- based Pharmacy Systems, Inc., effective 9/ 01/ 17, further building the largest hospital pharmacy services entity of its kind in the nation. Together, the merged companies will control close to $2 Bil
9/18/17 - Cosmetic clinics fined for false ads [Korea Times]
According to the Fair Trade Commission, two hospitals Secret and Faceline plastic surgery clinics located in Gangnam District were fined 25 million won and 82 million won, respectively, after being caught using photos over-exaggerating patients' before-and-after photos. This is the first time the FTC has fined cosmetic clinics for false ads, wh
9/18/17 - Data from Karolinska University Hospital Advance Knowledge in Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (Ibrutinib versus previous standard of care: an adjusted...
According to news reporting from Stockholm, Sweden, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "This study explored the relative efficacy of ibrutinib versus previous standard-of-care treatments in relapsed/refractory patients with chronic lymphocytic leukaemia, using multivariate regression modelling to adjust for baseline prognostic factors.
9/18/17 - Data from Oslo University Hospital Provide New Insights into Pancreatic Cancer [Neoadjuvant chemotherapy versus surgery first for resectable...
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Clinical Trials Week New research on Oncology- Pancreatic Cancer is the subject of a report. According to news reporting originating in Oslo, Norway, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Pancreatic cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer-related death. The news reporters obtained a quote from the r
9/18/17 - Data on Back Pain Discussed by Researchers at Children's Hospital (Temporal Evolution of Disc in Young Patients with Low Back Pain and Stress...
Data on Back Pain Discussed by Researchers at Children's Hospital. According to news reporting from St. Louis, Missouri, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Although stress-induced bony changes often resolve with conservative treatment, the long-term effects of such mechanical stresses on intervertebral discs have not been studied.
9/18/17 - Data on Carcinomas Discussed by Researchers at Peking University First Hospital (Clinicopathologic characteristics, therapy and outcomes of patients...
Data on Carcinomas Discussed by Researchers at Peking University First Hospital. Patients diagnosed with ureteral SCC in Peking University First Hospital, Beijing, China, from January 2007 to December 2016 were included. " Our news journalists obtained a quote from the research from Peking University First Hospital, "In addition, we performed a sys
9/18/17 - Data on Heart Attack Detailed by Researchers at University Hospital of Dijon (Comparable Outcome of Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest and In-Hospital...
Data on Heart Attack Detailed by Researchers at University Hospital of Dijon. According to news reporting from Dijon, France, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Extracorporeal life support has shown benefits in the management of refractory in-hospital cardiac arrest by improving survival. The news correspondents obtained a quote from the rese
9/18/17 - Data on Heart Failure Reported by Researchers at University Hospital Erlangen (3 Tesla Na-23 Magnetic Resonance Imaging During Acute Kidney Injury)
By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Cardiovascular Week Investigators publish new report on Heart Disorders and Diseases- Heart Failure. According to news reporting originating in Erlangen, Germany, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Sodium and proton magnetic resonance imaging have shown that muscle and skin can store Na+ without water
9/18/17 - Data on Heart Failure Reported by Researchers at University Medical Center (Long-term effectiveness of telephone-based health coaching for heart...
Data on Heart Failure Reported by Researchers at University Medical Center. According to news reporting originating in Hamburg, Germany, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "The health-status of heart failure patients can be improved to some extent by disease self-management. The news reporters obtained a quote from the research from University
9/18/17 - Data on Hyponatremia Reported by Researchers at Erasme University Hospital (Early Effects of Enteral Urea on Intracranial Pressure in Patients With...
Data on Hyponatremia Reported by Researchers at Erasme University Hospital. According to news reporting originating in Brussels, Belgium, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "Hyponatremia occurs commonly after acute brain injury and is often due to the syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone secretion. The news reporters obtained a quote
9/18/17 - DHQ Hospital to be upgraded with Rs350m
A four-story block equipped with necessary medical machinery would be established at District Headquarters Hospital at a cost of Rs350 million under an up-gradation and rehabilitation project, the district administration said. State Minister for Textile Haji Akram Ansari and Deputy Commissioner Salman Ghani visited DHQ Hospital.
9/18/17 - Disposable Surgical Gowns to Dominate the Global Surgical Gowns Market by Product Type
A number of technological innovations have been introduced in surgical gowns for enabling better protection to patients and even surgeons for the prevention of hospital acquired infections.Albany, NY 09/18/2017 The market for surgical gowns is growing all across the world due to an increase in the number of surgeries and a rapidly rising geri
9/18/17 - Dr Lopita passionate about women's health [Daily Monitor, The (Uganda)]
Briefly tell us about yourself. I m Dr Micah Lopita, 67, a consultant obstetrician and gynaecologist. I worked at Kamuli Mission Hospital for 33 years until I opted for private medical business.
9/18/17 - Dr. Deborah Lipschitz is Appointed 'Patient Preferred Psychiatrist' for 2017!
Dr. Lipschitz received her medical degree from the University of Cape Town in 1986. Dr. Lipschitz is affiliated with Veterans Affairs Medical Center- West Haven and Yale-New Haven Hospital. Clinical experience includes Staff Psychiatrist at the National Center for PTSD; Medical Director of the Child and Adolescent Research and Education Program at
9/18/17 - Findings from Affiliated Hospital 2 in Cytokines Reported [Effects of dexmedetomidine on CD42a(+)/CD14(+), HLADR(+)/CD14(+) and inflammatory cytokine...
Findings from Affiliated Hospital 2 in Cytokines Reported. According to news reporting from Zhejiang, People's Republic of China, by NewsRx journalists, research stated, "To assess the effects of dexmedetomidine on CD42a/ CD14, HLADR/ CD14 and inflammatory cytokine levels in patients undergoing multilevel spinal fusion. The news correspondents obta
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