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2009-04-09 | The economic stimulus plan signed by President Obama includes funding for the long awaited EMR software (electronic medical records software, or electronic health record) for doctor's offices and can result in better patient care and treatment.
2009-04-06 | Researchers confirm the benefit of The ALCAT Test to help chronic symptoms such as obesity, IBS, migraine and arthritis.
2009-04-06 | New KLAS report on CPOE looks at which EMR solutions are achieving the most adoption among physicians
2009-04-03 | Physicians can learn to manage their practices by attending webinars in the "MBA in a Day for Physicians" series. Marica Pook, MD, and Suzanne DeVenny, MS, certified QuickBooks bookkeeper host the webinars, full information specific to physicians and medical practices.
2009-04-03 | Gerry Purcell of Alpharetta, Georgia announced today that he is running for the office of Georgia Insurance Commissioner. Gerry is a fresh new face and voice in the Republican Party. He is known as a dynamic speaker and is exactly the kind of communicator and leader the Republican Party needs now.
2009-03-28 | New Realities of Southern California is offering an intensive clinical experiential training program in the treatment of eating disorders
2009-03-26 | The most commonly performed refractive surgery for vision correction is LASIK, offering an immediate improvement in vision and very minimal post-surgical discomfort.
2009-03-24 | Toolkit offered as a complimentary resource to all providers and includes performance ratings and analyses for inpatient and outpatient EMR vendors
2009-03-20 | Smile South Florida Cosmetic Dentistry & Extreme Makeover Dental Lab to produce dental documentary with Plum TV in Fort Lauderdale, Palm Beach, Miami, & Florida.
2009-03-20 | Dr. Houser, Columbus Ohio plastic surgeon, discusses abdominoplasty (tummy-tuck) with Gail Hogan on Daytime Columbus. A tummy tuck actually repairs the stretched abdominal muscles, creating an "internal corset" and leaving the patient with a tight, firm abdomen.
2009-03-18 | In today's economy physicians are struggling to keep their practices full and attract new patients. When it's all said and done patients are consumers, they have choices. Medical mystery shopping helps ensure that a medical practice is getting a high rating when it comes to patient satisfaction.
2009-03-07 | The Pen and Paper Diet is so basic that a person does not have to buy the book to begin the program.
2009-03-04 | Although no official endorsement has been made yet, recent significant findings from research studies by these three organizations (tracking calories and food journaling are key to weight loss) are the main parts of The Pen and Paper Diet.
2009-02-28 | Lice treatment center now open in Oceanside, Long Island
2009-02-18 | Miles for Hope, a non-profit organization sponsored by AirTran Airways has created a virtual vigil and hope to have one million people light a virtual candle by April 10, 2009 to raise brain tumor awareness world-wide.
2009-02-12 | GMHBA has become another of Australia's leading health insurance companies to join forces with moneytime, the comparison engine that allows people to compare and buy health insurance online.
2009-02-04 | When we visit a doctor, we expect to receive the best treatment and care available. But what happens when the medical professionals we trust fail to notice or diagnose a serious medical condition that can or does result in death?
2009-02-04 | Wrongful death can be the result of a wide range of events or accidents. The most common causes of wrongful deaths include automobile accidents, medical malpractice and construction or job-related accidents.
2009-02-01 | Erb's palsy is a preventable birth defect that affects the shoulder, arm and hand. It is one of several possible brachial plexus injuries caused by shoulder dystocia during childbirth; it is usually preventable.
2009-02-01 | The key to long-term survival from treatment of mesothelioma is early diagnosis, which enables the greatest potential for success from standard therapies. Standard therapies include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy.