modern medical doctors

How A Doctor's Letter Kicked Off America's Opioid and Heroin Crisis – Daily Beast

FALLOUT How A Doctor’s Letter Kicked Off America’s Opioid and Heroin Crisis In 1980, a doctor wrote a short letter to a prestigious medical journal saying that opioids weren’t addictive. He couldn’t have been more wrong—but his claims spread like wildfire. Brandy Zadrozny 6:20 PM ET Photo Illustration...
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Museum to host medical activities June 13 – Seward County Independent

The Nebraska National Guard Museum will host World War I medical activities on Tuesday, June 13. A Memorial Health Care Systems donation allows the museum to bring in a World War I mock trench and re-enactors and retired and modern doctors to talk about medicine during the war and...
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For the first time ever, less than half of physicians are independent – ModernHealthcare.com

Less than half of practicing physicians in the owned their medical practice in 2016, marking the first time that the majority of physicians are not practice owners, according to a new study. Only of physicians in 2016 had ownership stakes in a medical practice, an American Medical...
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telemedicine

With New Texas Law, Telemedicine Passes an Important Milestone – mHealthIntelligence.com

May 31, 2017 – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s endorsement of new telemedicine regulations means the nation has finally agreed that a physician-patient relationship can be established through a virtual visit. With Abbott’s signature on SB 1107/HB 2697, Texas becomes the last state to allow physicians to connect with new patients...
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telemedicine

What happens to telemedicine if we lose net neutrality? – Healthcare Dive

The following is a guest post from Beatriz Mallory, SVP, managing director at healthcare marketing practice SensisHealth. The Federal Communications Commission voted 2-1 on May 18 to review the rules that regulate internet service providers. Over the following 90 days it will collect comments from stakeholders and the public...
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Digging Deeper Into the Fundamentals of Telehealthcare Inc. (TLLT) – Nelson Research

Solid fundamentals indicate that a business has a well-oiled financial structure or framework, while those companies with weak fundamentals could have problems in the areas of debt obligation management, organizational management, or cost ; Businesses with strong fundamentals will probably be able to manage negative issues than ones with...
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Is the DPC movement at risk of failing? – ModernMedicine

Between the seemingly never-ending battle with insurance companies and attempting to survive among government mandates, it is no wonder primary care physicians have been gravitating towards direct primary care (DPC).   Popular on our site: Corporate medicine uses doctors as pawns   However, while the idea of direct payments...
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cutting edge medicine

Lofty aspirations: Local student to attend three-day medical program in Boston – VVdailypress.com

By GamboneFor the Review Apple Valley has much to take pride in with the recent announcement that Granite Hills High School senior Mikeyera Robinson has been nominated for The Congress of Future Medical Leaders program in Boston. According to Richard Rossi, executive director of the National Academy of...
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telemedicine

Telemedicine Bill Passes: Allowing Video Conferencing Between – MyHighPlains

A trip to the doctor’s office will now just be a video conference away. New creations are taking multiple advances and possibilities not only for the Panhandle but for the entire state. On Saturday, Governor Greg Abbott signed the Telemedicine Bill allowing for this innovative ;  “By our employees being...
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