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Monthly Archives: September 2013
It takes passion, skill and determination to become a doctor, especially in these times. A new survey from personal finance website NerdWallet reveals most doctors are dissatisfied with their jobs and less than half would choose to go into the … Continue reading
Disruption in healthcare is a term used often but not necessarily in the right context. There are several reasons why the word does not apply and they were mapped out quite nicely in a recent article in Forbes magazine by … Continue reading
Medical mistakes are all too common in the United States. But we’re not alone. Canada is now promising a new registry of medical errors after some high profile incidents.
We have all witnessed or heard about things that defy all logic. Well what you’re about to read is going to fit into that category. A study published in JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, in April 2013 … Continue reading
Diabetes affects 347 million people worldwide according to the World Health Organization. Many of these patients are at risk of developing other medical conditions such as heart attack and stroke. A new study suggests whole body MRI may be a … Continue reading
Teleradiology is gaining international attention. It’s a word the public is just starting to recognize but one with which most health care providers are familiar. Outsourcing imaging diagnostics has been a sensitive topic for administrators who worry about accuracy and … Continue reading
It looks like GreenBay Packers DuJuan Harris will be missing the team’s Sept. 8 regular-season opener at San Francisco. The running back has been suffering from knee injuries that kept him on the sidelines during offseason workouts.
Think about it, if you were the victim of a medical mistake, wouldn’t you want to know how it happened? Sure you would. That’s the idea behind new research from Washington University School of Medicine. The university’s team conducted a … Continue reading