South Florida Hospital News
Monday February 27, 2017
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February 2017 - Volume 13 - Issue 8

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Last month, Baptist Health South Florida and Dreamit, a venture-backed accelerator, hosted a Healthcare Innovation Shark Tank to emphasize the importance of innovative solutions within healthcare.

The 2017 HIMSS Conference & Exhibition comes to South Florida in Orlando from Feb. 19-23 at the Orange County Convention Center. Here – healthcare providers, physicians, nurses, hospital executives, health IT professionals

The Frances Langford Heart Center at Martin Health in Stuart now offers a treatment option for patients with severe aortic stenosis who are not well enough to undergo traditional open heart surgery.

Each year, heart disease claims the lives of more Americans than any other ailment or injury. As a result, Jupiter Medical Center is continually searching for ways to advance the level of cardiac care we provide. 

Heart disease is cited as the leading cause of death for men and women. It is stated that one person dies every forty seconds from heart disease. The healthcare community has placed great importance on focusing resources to improve heart health outcomes

If you or your loved one is in need of heart surgery, you might be imagining a complicated procedure that requires a long recovery time. But thanks to medical advancements and innovative treatments, many cardiac surgery patients are experiencing less pain

Dr. Molly Ann Zachariah, medical cardiologist at Broward Health Imperial Point, has been practicing adult Cardiology in the Fort Lauderdale area since 1986.

Nicklaus Children’s Hospital is the second pediatric facility in the world to use new medical technology in cardiac procedures that is similar to global positioning systems (GPS) that motorists use to determine their vehicles’ locations on a map.

Parkland resident Drew Grossman is the Chief Executive Officer of Broward Health Coral Springs (BHCS), part of a nationally recognized health system regarded for its quality care. He has nearly 20 years in healthcare administration joining BHCS in 2005 as Chief Operating Officer.

Two-thousand and seventeen has already been a year of questions for the health care industry. So where do you look when no one seems to have the answers?

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