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  • Supports Expanded Role Of APRNs

    I spent over 40 years working within the pharmaceutical industry interfacing with the various skilled people who bring health care to the public. As a patient, as well as a professional health care delivery partner, my observation of the skill level and...
  • Mammograms save lives, but they're also overrated, new study says

    The idea that American women would benefit by having fewer mammograms — and having them less frequently — remains controversial. A new study tries to help women and their doctors understand why less can be more when it comes to breast cancer...
  • Annapolis mom was at heart of medical marijuana reform

    Annapolis mom was at heart of medical marijuana reform
    Expanding Maryland's fledgling law on medical marijuana proved to be one of the key issues of the just-completed General Assembly session, and an Annapolis mother proved to be a key player in the reform bill that passed the House and Senate. In the...
  • Medical school leaders cash in on drug company boards, researchers say

    MILWAUKEE While university doctors who moonlight for drug companies have faced intense scrutiny in recent years, new research suggests much larger sums of money are being paid to their bosses the leaders of medical schools and hospitals who serve on...
  • DuPage Medical Group to open in former Jewel Osco site

     DuPage Medical Group to open in former Jewel Osco site
    A three story building has taken the place of the former Jewel Osco site in downtown Wheaton. The property will house the DuPage Medical Group, scheduled to open on Monday, April 14. Bulldozers showed up last year to raze the former site of the grocery...
  • Experts look back at Hopkins shooting to improve safety

    Experts look back at Hopkins shooting to improve safety
    Dr. Christina Catlett was working in the emergency room at Johns Hopkins Hospital when word came of a shooting just floors above. Paul Warren Pardus had killed his mother, shot her physician and then taken his own life. The facility quickly locked down...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Saint Francis Care Wins National Award For Innovation In Medical Education

    Saint Francis Care has been named the 2014 Alliance Innovation Award winner. The Alliance of Independent Academic Medical Centers (AIAMC) presents the award on an annual basis to its institutional member that best exemplifies creative and innovative...
  • Orville Donnelly, retired physician

    Orville Donnelly, retired physician
    Orville Wright Donnelly, a retired physician who was a McDonogh School graduate, died of dementia complications March 28 at Kendall-Crosslands retirement community in Kennett Square, Pa. The former Homeland resident was 91. Born in Trenton, N.J., he was...
  • Richard P. O'Flynn: Legislation requires physician supervision of anesthesia in operating room

    In November, the Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed House Bill 1603 by an overwhelming 131-67 vote, with broad bipartisan support — 70 Republicans and 61 Democrats voted yes. This bill, which now awaits action in the state Senate, requires...
  • DeLauro Proposing Bill Offering Patient Protections In Medicare Advantage Rules

    HAMDEN — U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro announced Friday she will introduce legislation to tighten restrictions on insurers that sell Medicare Advantage plans, giving patients more advance notice when insurers change their physician networks. The...
  • Medicare shows Illinois' biggest billing doctors

     Medicare shows Illinois' biggest billing doctors
    Dr. Alexander T. Kalk agreed in 2009 to surrender his license to practice medicine in Missouri in lieu of possible disciplinary action by that state. He set out for Texas but didn't stay long, according to public records. By 2011, Kalk had moved to...