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The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver Sacks – Wired

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Wired The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver SacksWiredThe buckets of water that the inhabitants of the house at 37 Mapesbury Road—two Jewish doctors and their sons—poured on the fire only fed its chemical vehemence. Amazingly, no one was hurt, but the … In Sacks’...
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Sports telemedicine now available at local high schools – KING5.com

Fifty high schools around Puget Sound will offer virtual consultation for minor sports injuries through a telemedicine program.(Photo: KING) AUBURN, Wash. – The 2015 school year will include sports telemedicine capabilities at dozens of high schools around the Puget Sound region. That means students injured while playing a sport will...
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China Online Healthcare Market and Global Telemedicine Growth Pushed by … – PR Newswire (press release)

PUNE, India, August 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — Market Research on China Telemedicine and Online Healthcare Industry, 2015 as well as 2014 Telemedicine Industry Report – Global and Chinese Market Scenario are the latest additions to the telemedicine business intelligence information on Complete report on China online healthcare market...
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How CMS Is Redefining Telemedicine with Its Chronic Care Management Service … – HIT Consultant

Dr. Donald Voltz Telemedicine is about reaching out to patients in remote locations, but limited to videoconferencing between patients and health providers. It is similar to a face-to-face service with the exception that the patient and primary care provider are not physically together. Such efficient is limited in term...
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Mexican curanderas and modern medicine — treating mind, soul and body – Deseret News

My mother was a curandera and had a cure for many illnesses — neurosis, paralysis and skin disease, to name a few. Curanderas are medical folk practitioners in the Mexican culture. They have curing powers passed on, over the centuries, to special people. Cultures define what is an illness...
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First Telemedicine consultation for region conducted today – 21Alive

August 28, 2015 Updated Aug 28, 2015 at 10:37 PM EDT PAULDING, Ohio. (21Alive) — A big advancement in the medical world happened today involving transmission of vital information that is one of a kind. A “telemedicine” consultation occurred at Paulding County Hospital today, where it was the first...
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Modern Medicine receives 'Best Places to Work in Health Care 2015' award – Healio

Modernizing Medicine, Inc. was named by Modern Healthcare in its Top 100 Best Places to Work in Healthcare. This award comes after a recent announcement reported on , of the company’s prestigious spot on Inc. 500’s list of America’s fastest growing private companies. The EMR platform, Electronic Medical Assistant...
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Telemedicine Can't Help the People Who Need It the Most – Wired

[unable to retrieve full-text content] Wired Telemedicine Can’t Help the People Who Need It the MostWiredTelemedicine has been a buzzword for years now, but the rural communities that could benefit most from it also have the least access to fast and reliable Internet—an obvious prerequisite. That’s not for lack...
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CVS to Expand Telemedicine Services at In-Store Clinics – Medscape

CVS Health, the nation’s second largest drugstore chain, will dramatically expand its telemedicine program by working with three major telehealth companies — American Well, Doctor On Demand, and Teladoc. CVS Health, with 7800 retail drugstores and 1000 walk-in medical clinics, announced that it will explore how direct-to-consumer telehealth providers,...
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