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  • Coming telemedicine boom to drive job opportunities in Florida

    Coming telemedicine boom to drive job opportunities in Florida
    A telemedicine boom is coming in Florida, and David Marsidi is getting his young company, Ezdoctor.com, in position. After opening in 2013 as an online service for patients to find physicians and schedule appointments, the Fort Lauderdale company, now...
  • Jameis Winston excels during throwing drills at NFL Scouting Combine

    Jameis Winston excels during throwing drills at NFL Scouting Combine
    Jameis Winston smiled and laughed. He stared stoically at times. He even broke out the tomahawk chop at one point. FSU’s quarterback was entertaining, as usual, during throwing drills at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis. But more...
  • More health clinics opening at drug stores

    More health clinics opening at drug stores
    Tucked in the back corner of the Rite Aid drugstore on York Road in North Baltimore sits a small medical office with two exam rooms equipped with freezers of vaccines, blood pressure monitors and the many other tools needed to diagnose and treat common...
  • Doctors say fitness trackers, health apps can boost care

    Doctors say fitness trackers, health apps can boost care
    That phone app keeping track of your exercise and meals might keep you out of the hospital one day. Why give your doctors permission to incorporate data from fitness trackers and health apps into electronic patient records? Well, they might spot signs...
  • Hospital first: Hannah's new heart makes her feel 'amazing'

    KANSAS CITY The last thing Hannah Mountz remembers before passing out was, "Should I tell my grandma?" That was about five weeks ago, as the 15-year-old girl sat in her room putting on makeup while her grandparents waited downstairs. Hannah felt what had...
  • 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...
  • Superbug linked to 2 deaths at UCLA hospital; 179 potentially exposed

    Superbug linked to 2 deaths at UCLA hospital; 179 potentially exposed
    Nearly 180 patients at UCLA's Ronald Reagan Medical Center may have been exposed to potentially deadly bacteria from contaminated medical scopes, and two deaths have already been linked to the outbreak. Update: FDA issues warning on contaminated medical...
  • 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...