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Wednesday September 19, 2018
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September 2018 - Volume 15 - Issue 3

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MediXall Group Inc., (OTCQB: MDXL), a technology and innovation-driven organization structured to bring effective change to the U.S. Healthcare Industry, is pleased to announce today that the company has launched MediXall.com to uninsured and high-deductible consumers throughout the state of Florida. This first full-featured platform launch will focus on Radiology Full Diagnostics, which includes MRI, CT, PET, X-rays, ultrasound, mammogram scans and more. MediXall.com will subsequently be rolling out an extended list of in-demand medical and dental specialties in the near future.

National MENtion It® campaign stresses the importance of sharing health concerns with your loved ones
 
A new national survey by Cleveland Clinic reveals a disconnect between the sexes when it comes to staying on top of their health.
 
In two online surveys among approximately 2,000 U.S. men and women 18 years or older, Cleveland Clinic found that 83 percent of women* said they encourage their spouse/significant other to get their health checked once a year, however, 30 percent of men believe that they don’t need to go because they are “healthy.” 
 
 
Honored for Developing Innovative Approaches That Offer Treatment, Support Recovery, and Enhance Public Safety 
 
The 2018 Pardes Humanitarian Prize in Mental Health is being awarded to Judge Steven Leifman, an associate administrative judge in Miami-Dade County, who has been at the forefront of a public policy movement to reduce the number of people with mental illness in the criminal justice system.  The award was announced today by the Brain & Behavior Research Foundation and will be presented at a ceremony in New York City on October 26. 
 
 
Breast cancer survivors paint chairs that will be showcased throughout Jupiter and Palm Beach Gardens 
 
Jupiter Medical Center and the Margaret W. Niedland Breast Center are proud to present the “Pink Chair Project,” a campaign to honor breast cancer survivors and raise awareness about breast health during the month of October.
The project features chairs decorated by breast cancer survivors, whose designs reflect the inspiration that helped them navigate through their diagnosis and treatment. Each chair is as unique as the survivor. For instance, Donna’s design illustrates her spiritual faith and her gratitude to her family and her medical team; Kris’ ocean design is inspired in part by the mythical strength of the seahorse; and there’s Marine, whose children inspired her family-centered design. In some cases, they are being created in collaboration with volunteers who embrace the survivor and her artistic vision.
 
 
 

Jeffrey M. Welch is appointed to the position of chief executive officer of Florida Medical Center and Tenet’s Miami-Dade Group, which consists of a network of five hospitals. Welch will be responsible for overseeing all strategic, operational and clinical activities at Florida Medical Center, and he will provide oversight and leadership for the other hospitals in the Miami-Dade Group. 

Renowned interventional radiologist Govindarajan Narayanan, M.D., has joined the clinical teams at two of Baptist Health South Florida’s premiere service lines – Miami Cardiac and Vascular Institute, the area’s largest and most comprehensive cardiovascular facility, and Miami Cancer Institute, a next-generation cancer center and Florida’s only member of the Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK) Cancer Alliance, where he has been named Chief of Interventional Oncology.
 
 

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) released an evaluation report for the first performance year of the Innovation Center’s Next Generation Accountable Care Organization (ACO) Model showing promising early results. Results demonstrated the positive outcomes in terms of quality and costs when providers are responsible for managing to a budget.  For the 2016 performance year, the Next Generation ACO Model generated net savings to Medicare of approximately $62 million while maintaining quality of care for beneficiaries. As part of CMS’s recent “Pathways to Success” proposal, CMS proposed taking many principles from the Next Generation ACO Model and adopting them more broadly for ACOs in the Medicare Shared Savings Program. 

 

Ever moving forward in the fast-changing landscape of health and healthcare, the foundation has evolved its mission and vision to more strongly reflect our role as a collaborative leader and convener in “Leading Change for Better Health” – our new tagline.

Broward Health is making women’s and children’s health a countywide priority, as evidenced by $117 million of recent capital improvement projects at Broward Health Medical Center, Salah Foundation Children’s Hospital and Broward Health Coral Springs. 
 
“We are dedicated to investing in programs and services that meet the needs of our growing community,” said Broward Health President/CEO Beverly Capasso. “We realize that due to relocating families and birth rates, South Florida continues to see a population boom. In anticipation of this growth, we have invested in capital improvements to ensure that all families have access to quality health care.”
 
 

Community Health of South Florida Inc. (CHI) is ranked by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HRSA) as a nationwide leader in clinical quality measures. In fact, HRSA awarded CHI for being in the top 25 percent of health centers throughout the country for improvements in our patients' health. CHI is recognized for exceeding national quality benchmarks and top tier results in the areas of: diabetes control, high blood pressure control, heart disease control, weight assessment and counseling for nutrition in children and adults, intervention for smokers and linking HIV patients to care. 

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