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September 2007 - Volume 4 - Issue 3

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"People can go to eat and shop, and now they can add a third element Ė they can take care of their health care procedures." Kenneth Weston, President of Kenneth Weston & Associates, Inc., was discussing a new trend that's currently taking place in health...
The image of a soldier or veteran with an amputation epitomizes the sacrifice a person made for our Nationís freedom. The Veteranís Administration (VA) places high priority on providing preventive care and treatment to these wounded warriors to restore...
Ö and frogs and geckos too. Lately, I feel like Carol and I have moved into a chapter of the Book of Exodus, complete with the Plagues. I knew August in South Florida could get a little buggy Ė hence, the gnats and flies Ė but egrets and frogs?? Our...
Many years ago, I was often frustrated by the reluctance of health insurers to pay for cardiac rehabilitation for those patients on whom I had performed heart surgery. Fortunately, nowadays payers have become much more enlightened and post surgical...
Nearly three years after its adoption, the Patientís Right to Know About Adverse Medical Incidents Law, or Amendment 7, remains controversial for health care providers. Amendment 7 created a constitutional right for patients to have access to records of...
Interventional Radiologist, Dr. Linda Hughes, has trained with some of the best physicians in the field. Now, as chief of the new Imaging and Interventional Institute at North Ridge Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, she wants the department to be the...
The State of Florida charged Dr. Joseph Racine, in three-count criminal Information (State v. Joseph Racine Case No. F05009369).
248 hospitals. $81 billion in total charges. 2.5 million inpatients. 1.5 million outpatients. That was the size of the hospital market in the State of Florida for the year 2005 using the latest calendar year data available from the Agency for Healthcare...
Miami, meet Atlanta. Atlanta, meet Miami.
Information technology can help hospitals become more competitive and gain benefits that range from linkage to medical practices and reducing medical errors to improving quality of care. In addition, physicians and hospital staff can benefit from...
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