MODERN MEDICINE: Doctors making house calls again – Press-Enterprise

[unable to retrieve full-text content] MODERN MEDICINE: Doctors making house calls againPress-EnterpriseVisiting doctors and nurses treat patients with intravenous blood thinners and antibiotics and take blood samples for lab tests, said Dr. David Wong, assistant area medical director for Kaiser Riverside. More than 125 patients have been treated since...
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Two nights of extra sleep reverse sleep-loss diabetes markers – ModernMedicine

Two nights of catching up on sleep after a series of nights with sleep restriction were able to reduce markers of diabetes risk in a group of healthy young lean men, according to the results of a study published recently in Diabetes Care. Specifically, two nights of about 10...
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Pharmacists respond: What kinds of pharmacists get under your skin? – ModernMedicine

In a recent blog, retired chain-store pharmacist and frequent Drug Topics’ contributor Dennis Miller detailed personality traits and working habits of colleagues that, well, he found annoying. They ranged from narcissistic young PharmDs and cheerleader pharmacists to control freaks and know-it-alls. He also described, partially in jest, how he...
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New Morgantown IHOP Raises Money for WVU Medicine Children's – WBOY-TV

MORGANTOWN – Officials at WVU joined the owners of the new IHOP in Morgantown for a ribbon cutting Friday. The 24-hour eatery officially opened at University Park in ; The president of IHOP said this new restaurant brought 130 new jobs to Morgantown. Friday morning, the restaurant aided the community in a...
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NextGen ACOs promising for telemedicine – Politico

With help from David Pittman (@David_Pittman) and Darius Tahir (@dariustahir) TELEMEDICINE ADVOCATES SEE OPPORTUNITY IN NEXTGEN ACOs: Many of Medicare’s 21 new Next Generation ACOs are eager to start using telemedicine in a big way, and some already do, a survey by Morning eHealth’s David Pittman has found. NextGen...
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Telemedicine Market Set for Rapid Growth, To Reach USD Around 35.0 Billion by 2020 – Medgadget.com (blog)

Telemedicine (Tele-Consultation, Tele-Monitoring, Tele-Education, Tele-Training, Tele-Care, and Tele-Surgery) Market for Cardiology, Dermatology, Neurology, Orthopedics, Emergency Care, Internal Medicine, Gynecology, and Other Applications: Global Industry Perspective, Comprehensive Analysis and Forecast, 2014 – 2020 The report covers forecast and analysis for the telemedicine market on a global and regional level. The...
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Telemedicine Gives Newborns a Welcome to the World – mHealthIntelligence.com

A west Texas hospital has set up a telemedicine link to connect its smallest patients with immediate specialist care. Shannon Medical Center, a 400-bed hospital based in San Angelo, which boasts a population of slightly less than 100,000, is partnering with Fort Worth-based Cook Children’s Medical Center to –...
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Tele-healthcare first for patients – Lancashire Evening Post

North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS) is starting a new project to provide remote tele-healthcare for patients. Up to 120 patients will be recruited and will be split into a mixture of short term and long term telehealth monitoring. Patients will take their observations in the morning each...
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Top 12 worst and best paying states for internists – ModernMedicine

    We already told you the top 10 highest and lowest paying states for primary care physicians, but what about internal medicine? Read on to find out which states Doximity says are the worst and best paying states for internists, according to 2014-2015 data which includes anonymized annual...
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