South Florida Hospital News
Wednesday August 5, 2020

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November 2010 - Volume 7 - Issue 5


Today's technological advances are enabling the medical profession as never before in history to "design" surgeries for each patient's individual needs ...

In the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), Information Technology includes the Computerized Patient Record System consisting of patient notes, clinical reminders, consults, order sets and templates.

The medical profession is replete with technologic advancements. In fact, it encourages and promotes it.

The medical industry has been moving towards the implementation of electronic medical records for many years ... 

The Health Information Management (HIM) field is constantly evolving. Many of the recent and soon to be implemented changes stem from legislation ...

Between 1946 and 1964, 76 million children were born in the United States. They became known as the “Baby Boomers” ... 

Early in his medical career, Leonard Hock, D.O., happened to overhear a colleague speaking to a patient with a life-limiting illness.

In 1974, those who dreamt of an end of life care program in the United States for dying patients never imagined, but always hoped ...

Whenever I talk about VITAS Innovative Hospice Care® the conversation always comes back to people.

When internist Stephen Bekanich, M.D., was in medical school, he wasn't the least bit interested in palliative care.

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