Ingenious Med will provide its software and services to TeamHealth to consolidate and capture charges and performance data across select hospital medicine programs throughout TeamHealth's network of more than 400 hospitalists.
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fsPhysioMed announced that its mechanical penile traction device, the Extender, has been demonstrated to produce from 10 degree to 45 degree improvements in Peyronie's curvatures for study patients.
Drug Eluting Nanostructured Coatings Enable Targeted Drug Therapy For Patients With Orthopedic Implants
Drug delivery systems have progressed from the teaspoon to time-release capsules to drug-eluting stents.
The majority of deceased-donor kidneys are allocated to patients with end-stage renal disease on a "first-come, first-serve" basis, rather than through careful matching, despite the fact that there is little risk of immediate death from renal ailments.
An independent report looking at how current radiotherapy resources could be put to better use and how we should plan for a radiotherapy service that will meet the future needs of the population has been issued.
Northern Ireland Minister for Health has committed 28 million pound in funding for two new Health and Care Centres in Belfast.
Learning disabled people must have the same employment and training opportunities as everyone else.
CheckUps announced an agreement under which CheckUps clinics will perform specimen collections for LabCorp.
The American Speech-Language-Hearing Association congratulates Representatives Carolyn McCarthy and Vernon Ehlers for reintroducing The Hearing Aid Assistance Tax Credit Act.
Healthy work environments increase patient safety and improve patient outcomes.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration approved Evicel Fibrin Sealant, a liquid product that when applied topically helps control oozing from small blood vessels during surgical procedures.
As part of Gloucester County's effort to control mosquitoes the County's Department of Parks Mosquito Control Division has stocked 4,200 resident fish in various retention basins throughout the county.
When it comes to disclosing medical errors to patients, there is a gap between physicians' attitudes and their real-world experiences admitting such errors.
The U.S. health care system ranks last compared with five other nations on measures of quality, access, efficiency, equity, and outcomes. US spends most on health care, least on health information technology
The cycling tour is part of Ride for World Health. The cyclists are traveling from San Diego to Washington, D.C., and making stops at major medical centers and community forums to present programs about global health issues such as access to health care, poverty and health care, HIV/AIDS and women's health.
Summa Health System patients are benefiting from new technology that improves both patient safety and efficiency of care.
Aware's AccuRad suite of software development tools and applications are designed for remote medical image viewing across a bandwidth-constrained network.
National Human Genome Research Institute announced the first grants in a four-year, $57 million scientific mission to identify all functional elements in the genomes of the fruit fly and round worm.
Newsweek explores the question what makes us male or female? How those who believe they were born with the wrong bodies are forcing us to re-examine what it means to be male and female.
President Bush signed legislation that will modernize the governance structure of the American Red Cross and enhance the Red Cross Board of Governors' ability to support the critical mission of the Red Cross in the 21st century.
Patients in the North West will soon benefit from faster waiting times and more choice about where they can be treated, thanks to a new partnership with the independent sector.
America's health care sector is shifting rapidly to a system where patients can get better information about the quality and cost of their care, and there is competition to provide them with the best value.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Office of Criminal Investigations announced that The Purdue Frederick Company has agreed to pay more than $700 million to resolve criminal charges and civil liabilities in connection with several illegal schemes to promote, market and sell OxyContin, a powerful prescription pain reliever that the company produces.
CT scanning: too much of a good thing, and many doctors, including radiologists, have limited knowledge of the doses and of the potential consequences of the massive increase in diagnostic medical radiation exposure.
Boston Scientific Corporation reported positive results from his single-center clinical investigation of 79 patients treated with the FLEX 10 and FLEX 10 XE Microwave Ablation Probes.
Quest Pharmaceutical Services has certified its Taiwan testing facility can provide U.S.- managed bioanalytical services which are of the highest quality, cost- effective and without language barriers or sample shipping difficulties.
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