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  • Boost health care technology to help Florida

    Boost health care technology to help Florida
    The technology to improve health care in Florida has always been available. Unfortunately, the policy governing telehealth programs that allow doctors and other health care specialists to use Web and videoconferencing to treat patients remotely, simply...
  • Boca Raton business offers medical-waste removal alternative

    Boca Raton business offers medical-waste removal alternative
    More than a decade ago, David Fater and Richard Cohen merged their companies on a handshake. Now the duo — whose long careers have taken them from China to Wall Street — are mentoring less-experienced start-up business owners at Enterprise...
  • NSU doubling medical school grads training here

    NSU doubling medical school grads training here
    Nova Southeastern University has doubled its number of osteopathic medical graduates training in South Florida in the last 10 years, helping to ease a shortage of physicians at a time when demand for medical care is increasing. The university's Davie-...
  • GBMC doctors join push to improve patient care, save money

    GBMC doctors join push to improve patient care, save money
    The first thing patients probably notice when walking into the new doctors offices at Greater Baltimore Medical Center is there is no waiting room. Patients go directly to an exam room, where doctors, nurses and other staff are supposed to cycle in...
  • LVHN launching integrated electronic medical record-keeping

    LVHN launching integrated electronic medical record-keeping
    The 136 physician practices affiliated with Lehigh Valley Health Network are adopting a standard naming protocol: Lehigh Valley Physician Group, or LVPG, plus the specialty, followed by location. So, for example, Village Lane Primary Care is becoming...
  • Man killed at hospital was drunk, belligerent at crash scene, police say

    Man killed at hospital was drunk, belligerent at crash scene, police say
    New documents and video released about the fatal shooting of a man by police at NorthShore Highland Park Hospital show the night's conclusion was presaged by the man's apparent defiance of authority and intoxication earlier that night. Hours before the...
  • In Arizona, swings in Medicaid access show program's impact

    In Arizona, swings in Medicaid access show program's impact
    Bad timing turned Karen Slone's medical problem into a crisis. Slone, 53, a former administrative assistant with diabetes, followed doctors' advice for years, getting regular checkups. Then, last year, she lost her job and her insurance, and stopped...
  • High-deductible insurance plans put pressure on independent physicians to collect bills

    PITTSBURGH The emerging popularity of low-premium, high-deductible health insurance plans that hold patients responsible for a greater share of their medical care costs is exacting a financial and administrative toll on small physician practices and...
  • Medical billers, coders: Navigating insurance claims takes skill and persistence

    By Erinn Hutkin While she's not directly involved in patient care, Lynn Ellis still plays a vital, and rewarding, role in helping people when they visit the doctor. An insurance accounts-receivable specialist who deals with medical billing and coding...
  • Doctor makes house calls in Chicago's most dangerous neighborhoods

    Doctor makes house calls in Chicago's most dangerous neighborhoods
    Up wooden steps, past unlit Christmas lights dangling in the window, Dr. Fred Richardson Jr. walked through the doorway of Louise Cannon's house on a cold November night on Chicago's West Side. He passed Cannon's grandchildren, a photo of the Obamas...
  • Doctor calms ebola fears by talking facts

    Doctor calms ebola fears by talking facts
    More than 65 people, including residents and health care personnel, came out recently to hear Bethesda Memorial Hospital's internal medical physician Dr. Richard Raborn speak about the history of ebola, the current status of the outbreak, how Africa and...