Medical doctors have an interesting way of looking at things and events. These ways sometimes stand out in our social setting and that helps Dr. Toni Brayer to list top ten funny ways on how to identify a doctor.
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Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts joins Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in facilitating the download of patient data to Google Health PHRs.
Hospitals need to make the process of live donation easier for potential donors.
What's wrong with selling kidneys? Should we pay donors to increase the supply of organs for transplantation? Doctors debate on organ donation.
A HEAT ALERT has been issued for Sarnia-Lambton by the Medical Officer of Health for Lambton County based on the latest Environment Canada. The alert is due to a combination of high heat and high humidity (greater than 40oC) that can be hazardous to your health.
HHS Secretary Announces 12 Communities Selected to Advance Use of Electronic Health Records in First Ever National Demonstration.
Health Canada is warning consumers not to use the natural health product Trophic Kelp & Glutamic Acid HCl due to the health risk posed by exposure to high levels of iodine.
Kaiser Permanente and Microsoft team up to offer online personal health records accessible from any personal computer.
Proposals to overhaul the approach to obtaining patient consent lack detail, contain advice that is non-specific, and might prevent doctors from making major changes to their practice warns an editorial in this week's BMJ.
Despite the implicit risks of any surgical procedure, the devastating news of a medical mistake is every patient or families worst nightmare. Everyday, millions of patients trust Surgical Teams to successfully handle their lives with the utmost care. Yet the echo of media reports highlighting preventable mistakes consistently exemplifies the necessity for a TIME OUT.
Without real patient controls and compensation for misused data, American medical records are extremely vulnerable to being lost or stolen from these systems.
Summer is right around the corner, and whether you plan to spend lazy days by the pool or crazy days crammed with activities, experts agree it's important to stay hydrated. So don't let the heat take the sizzle out of your plans ... stay cool and hydrated with iced tea this summer, and enjoy more than just a cold drink. With National Iced Tea Month upon us, June is the perfect time to take note of the multitude of benefits this powerhouse drink has to offer.
The Advanced Wound Management Division of Smith & Nephew's negative pressure wound therapy products will be available in nine of the ten designated metropolitan areas included in the first phase of the competitive bidding program administered by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services program.
As warm weather and vacations take people outdoors more often, DSHS officials remind people that they can reduce the chances that they, their children or others will be bitten by a dog.
Despite job-security worries stemming from current economic conditions, it appears that US employees are just as concerned about the possibility of losing their ability to earn an income due to an unexpected illness or injury.
Personalized medicine, which uses genetic information to tailor treatments to specific individuals, is a revolutionary healthcare option, filled with potential but also containing serious challenges for average patients.
A survey of Medicare beneficiaries suggests that more regional spending on medical care does not improve patients' perceptions of the medical care they receive.
Try to avoid shaded areas where mosquitoes may be resting. Also try not to schedule any outside events around dusk or dawn, as mosquitoes are more likely to be active during these times.
Health Department's website allows Medicare patients to compare hospitals nationwide. More than 1000 local hospitals in U.S. already rated by Medicare patients.