South Florida Hospital News
Sunday January 21, 2018

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January 2018 - Volume 14 - Issue 7




Broward Health has named Jared M. Smith, CPA, chief executive officer of Broward Health Coral Springs. 

“With Jared’s extensive hospital operations experience, we are confident that he will provide strong leadership to support our continued growth at Broward Health Coral Springs,” said Beverly Capasso, interim president and CEO of Broward Health.  “He is a visionary and decisive leader with a proven track record of success in high-performing healthcare organizations.” 

HCA East Florida announces the appointment of Matt Hughes as CFO of Plantation General Hospital (PGH) effective, December 1, 2017.
Hughes has been the Controller at Aventura Hospital since 2015. Prior to that, Hughes was the Controller at Westside Regional Medical Center from 2014-2015. He also worked in the Accounting Department at Westside Regional Medical Center from 2007-2014. Hughes started his career as an office assistant at Planation General Hospital from 1999-2002.

Cleveland Clinic Florida has launched a new Concierge Medicine program based in the Las Olas neighborhood of East Fort Lauderdale. Led by board-certified internist Nabil Tadross, MD, and fully supported by Cleveland Clinic’s extensive clinical network that reaches from Florida, the United States and Canada, the program will provide consistent, comprehensive, personalized medical care, while cultivating in-depth patient-physician relationships that support patients’ health goals.

Cleveland Clinic Florida will host a grand opening celebration to unveil this unique practice and introduce its exceptional concierge medicine team on Thursday, January 25, 2018, from 4 to 6 p.m. The event will be held at the Concierge Medicine office at 1301 E. Broward Blvd, Suite 205, in Fort Lauderdale.

Data derived helps give physicians options for intractable seizures

The Marcus Neuroscience Institute at Boca Raton Regional Hospital announces the establishment of an Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU). The Unit is designed to evaluate, diagnose and treat intractable seizures in adult patients.
In the EMU, seizures are recorded and studied so that proper diagnosis can be made and treatment can be optimized. Patients who suffer from seizures that are difficult to diagnose and manage are those most likely to be admitted, as well as those who are being considered for seizure surgery.

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 that the company executed a limited launch of a working version of its Healthcare Platform in December 2017 to a target market segment in South Florida, and is now preparing a broader-based market rollout for early Q1 2018 based on the data and feedback received during that launch. The market response to the platform, and other related products that were offered, was extremely positive and the company generated significant revenue during that period.

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