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Nova Scotia is well positioned to receive up to 48 million USD over the next three years for the implementation of the Patient Wait Times Guarantees.\n
The new technique, which is still in the developmental stage, allows for magnetically maneuvering laparoscopic surgical tools inserted into the abdominal cavity through the bellybutton or throat.
The New York State Health Department released for public comment guidelines for rationing mechanical ventilators.
The Utah Department of Health's Center for Multicultural Health Web site now includes a library of health education materials in many languages to help health professionals communicate with people who don't speak English well.
The Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services released two new tools to help long-term care facilities plan for and respond to emergency situations.
The day is set aside to inform individuals that diabetes is a serious disease, type 2 diabetes is preventable.
The new campaign aims to raise at least 150,000 GBP to help improve care for leukaemia and bone marrow transplant patients across the region.
A South Wales man believed to have more screws and metal plates in his skull than any other head injury patient in Europe.
New draft guidance that would implement a more stringent approach for considering potential conflicts of interest for its advisory committee members and for recommending eligibility for meeting participation.
Legislation that would improve doctors' ability to diagnose HIV early and bills that would protect health-care consumers and emergency care workers are moving through the New Mexico Legislature.
A therapy that improves survival in patients with pulmonary disease may also protect patients who are exposed to cigarette smoke
Study finds significantly higher mortality rates in areas with low education levels, compared to areas with high education levels.
Medicare regional collabortives will combine Medicare data with data from other insurers to produce information on the performance of health care providers for the benefit of Medicare beneficiaries.
One of the Bulgarian sectors that have been dramatically transformed during that period is health.\n
A new procedure at Ohio State University Medical Center relieves the severe pain of broken vertebrae and restores height to hunched-over patients.
This new agreement will help Alberta to address needs in under-serviced areas and communities in crisis as well as address concerns for physicians that have experienced excessive increases in business costs.
A new international Task Force was launched and met for the first time to tackle the global shortage of health workers.
To identify emerging trends in the field of organ donation and transplantation, more than 50 experts from many areas of the transplant community have prepared the comprehensive 2006 Annual Report of the Organ Procurement and Transplantation.
The annual safety inspection of the Vermont State Hospital concluded that the hospital has made significant improvements to the facility that enhance safety and security for patients and staff. \n
Full field digital mammography machines can image more breast tissue with one picture, accommodate women with larger breast sizes, and is more comfortable for the patient.\n
The independent review group, examining the selection process for junior doctors, agreed that round one should continue and that changes should be made to strengthen the implementation process at each level.
These measures reinforce and strengthen existing guidance and will help further reduce the risk of transmission of TB and blood-borne viruses from health care worker to patient.
The department is looking forward to this move, which will help streamline behavioral health services for adults, ensure that mental health and substance abuse services are part of the strategy to close the uninsured gap in New Mexico.
Strategies designed to help primary care providers treat chronic diseases are also useful for targeting health risk behaviors such as smoking, alcohol abuse, poor diet and physical inactivity.
The examining committee oversees the credentialing, examination and continuing education for all registered sanitarians in Kentucky.
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