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  • Timonium family has scare with baby botulism

    Timonium family has scare with baby botulism
    Vibrant with big blue eyes and brown hair with a tint of red, 5-month-old Madison "Maddie" Wright had reached all her developmental milestones; she could roll over, sit up on her own and hold her head up. Then, one day in January, her abilities began...
  • Anesthesia technician: Working in a children's hospital adds joyous element to job

    Because he works at Chicago's Lurie Children's Hospital, Patrick Tobin's patients can range from infants to college students. But no matter their age, or whether they face a tonsillectomy or an organ transplant, Tobin is there to make sure they get to...
  • Startup Has High Hopes For Tiny Device That Holds Surgical Screws Tight

    Startup Has High Hopes For Tiny Device That Holds Surgical Screws Tight
    MANCHESTER — The Viscogliosi Brothers hope they've made the right bet again. Anthony, John and Marc Viscogliosi have put together the money to commercialize the inventions of doctors again and again over the past 15 years. The most recent sale...
  • Florida Blue, Florida Hospital battle over contract

    Florida Blue, Florida Hospital battle over contract
    Thousands of Central Floridians will have to scramble to find new health providers or pay out-of-network fees if Florida Blue and Florida Hospital do not come to an agreement over their contract by June 1. Florida Blue officials didn't say how many...
  • LifeBridge launches practice tending to those leaving the hospital

    LifeBridge launches practice tending to those leaving the hospital
    LifeBridge Health, which includes Sinai and Northwest hospitals, plans to launch a practice that will focus on fragile patients just out of the hospital in an effort to improve the continuity of care and reduce hospital readmissions. The new group,...
  • Study: State faces shortage of specialty doctors

    Study: State faces shortage of specialty doctors
    TALLAHASSEE — As Florida grows and gets more gray, a shortage of physicians in certain specialty areas could strain the health-care system, leading to longer wait times, lower-quality care and higher costs. That's the conclusion of a study released...
  • Hopkins helps make training videos on Ebola and infectious disease care

    Hopkins helps make training videos on Ebola and infectious disease care
    A patient makes her way into a hospital emergency department looking feverish and says she feels sick. Asked whether she has traveled overseas in the past few weeks, she says she went to a funeral in Sierra Leone, a country hard hit by the Ebola...
  • More will visit doctors by teleconference under proposed state law

    More will visit doctors by teleconference under proposed state law
    Imagine getting out of bed with a fever but you don't want to go to a doctor's office. "You pull up your iPad and actually see a doctor in your pajamas from your couch." That's a possibility envisioned by state Sen. Aaron Bean, R-Jacksonville, on...
  • Orlando Health officials fret over physician shortage

    Orlando Health officials fret over physician shortage
    TALLAHASSEE - Florida is growing and greying. That could lead to a shortage of physicians in certain specialty areas of medicine that would put a strain on the health care system in central Florida, leading to longer wait times, lower quality care and...
  • Nina Pham, Dallas nurse who survived Ebola, sues hospital

    Nina Pham, Dallas nurse who survived Ebola, sues hospital
    Nurse Nina Pham — once the upbeat face of the Dallas hospital that confronted the country’s first Ebola case — sued the hospital’s parent company Monday, alleging that it had failed to protect her before and after she was diagnosed...
  • Methodist Hospitals introduces new CEO

    Methodist Hospitals introduces new CEO
    Methodist Hospitals President and CEO Ray Grady has been on the job only one week, but he spent much of it listening — to doctors, staff, patients, and their families. "I felt like that was the right thing to do in order to begin to think about...