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Saturday 16th February 2019

How should physicians hear back about their diagnostic errors?

Diagnostic errors (missed, delayed, incorrect diagnoses) are increasingly being recognized as a prevalent cause of harm to patients. At the same time, physicians are simultaneously under pressure to deliver high-quality, low-cost health care. How do physicians come to a balance between the competing demands of addressing underuse versus overuse, and consequently a balance between underdiagnosis [&...


That's a wrap on #GU19, but our commitment to #InventingForLife continues every single day. See you in June for more discussions on #cancer care at #ASCO19!pic.twitter.com/8mHlYYGSAT

That's a wrap on #GU19, but our commitment to #InventingForLife continues every single day. See you in June for more discussions on #cancer care at #ASCO19! pic.twitter.com/8mHlYYGSAT

58% Of Women Surgeons Suffer Sexual Harassment: Why This May Hurt You Too

84% of the harassment incidents went essentially unreported. Here is why this is a patient care issue.


Quick Take: US National and State-Level Prevalence of Mental Health Disorders and Disparities of Mental Health Care Use in Children

The impact of a child’s mental health on individual and socioeconomic factors, and ultimately, transition to adulthood, is becoming increasingly more recognized. As such, with an increasing incidence of mental health disorders amongst children, numerous initiatives have emerged with the aim of identifying priority focus areas regarding mental health-related burden; this includes reducing dispari...

MAL de DOS : Quelle est l'évolution qui vous attend

Invalidité, perte d’autonomie, dépression ou guérison ? Cette étude de l’University Health Network qui a regardé l'évolution de la douleur au dos au fil du temps et de l'âge, montre en réalité des évolutions très diverses de la condition. Des données présentées dans la revue Arthritis and Care Research qui appellent à traiter les dorsalgies de […]

A physician defends Ayurveda: Is it the original personalized medicine?

As more patients and clinicians are searching for holistic approaches to health care, Ayurveda, or the traditional medical system of India, has been gaining popularity in the Western world.  Unfortunately, many allopathic physicians still view this system as “quackery” because of its focus on the “intangibles” of health.  However, Ayurveda has contributed immensely to the […] Find ...

Friday 15th February 2019

Company Profile for Novus Therapeutics, Inc.

Novus Therapeutics, Inc. (“Novus”) is a specialty pharmaceutical company focused on developing products for patients with disorders of the ear, nose, and throat (“ENT”). Novus has two technologies, each that has the potential to be developed for multiple ENT indications. Novus’ lead product candidate (OP0201) is a surfactant-based, drug-device co...

ASCO GU 2019: Treatment and management of hormone-sensitive metastatic prostate cancer

Professor Karim Fizazi and Professor Eleni Efstathiou set the scene in current care and discuss the treatment options available for hormone-sensitive metastatic prostate cancer, highlighting the unmet need in recurrent metastatic disease. New updates to...

H-RT should be the standard of care for men with low risk prostate cancer, study shows

Results from the NRG Oncology clinical study NRG-RTOG 0415 determined that a hypofractionated radiotherapy schedule, a treatment schedule that delivers a total dose of radiotherapy over a shorter period of time, is not worse than the conventional radiotherapy schedule in terms of bowel, bladder, sexual, and general quality of life as well as anxiety and depression for men with low risk prostate ca...

New project explores how gaming technologies can help cancer patients communicate better

Lancaster University is sharing in a €4m project to use gaming technology to improve the care of both adults and children with cancer.

Dr. Martin Courtney Offers LANAP Laser Gum Disease Treatment in the San Fernando Valley

The LANAP treatment provides a solution for patients looking to address their gum disease without the fear of cut and sew surgery. NORTHRIDGE, Calif. (PRWEB) February 15, 2019 Dr. Martin Courtney is pleased to offer the LANAP® protocol gum disease treatment and LAPIP™ protocol for ailing dental implants to the Northridge and surrounding areas. Dr. Courtney's decision to become LANAP pr...

Perio-Implant Care Emphasizes the Importance of Gum Disease Awareness and Treatment in Northern Kentucky

Dr. Ryan Estes and Dr. Allison Marlow explain how untreated gum disease can lead to dangerous problems both in and outside of the mouth. FLORENCE, Ky. (PRWEB) February 15, 2019 In observance of Gum Disease Awareness Month, Dr. Ryan Estes and Dr. Allison Marlow of Perio-Implant Care are urging patients to take their oral health seriously. With recent suggested links between gum disease and heart d...

SurgCenter Development Celebrates New Milestone with Formation of 200th ASC Partnership

SurgCenter Development, developer of ASCs and leader in outpatient total joint replacements, celebrates new milestone with formation of its 200th ASC, SurgCenter of Clearwater. TAMPA, Fla. (PRWEB) February 15, 2019 SurgCenter Development (http://www.surgcenter.com) (SCD), a leader in the development of ambulatory surgical centers (ASCs) throughout the U.S., celebrates the formation of its 200th A...

FDA Approves First Customizable Insulin Pump

FRIDAY, Feb. 15, 2019 -- The Tandem Diabetes Care t:Slim X2 insulin pump, which allows a patient to customize treatment, has been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration. The new device is described as either an alternate controller...

Nurse Navigators Aid Outcomes After Heart Attack Discharge

FRIDAY, Feb. 15, 2019 -- Use of nurse navigators can improve care coordination and outcomes following hospitalization for an acute myocardial infarction (AMI), according to a study presented at the American College of Cardiology Cardiovascular...

Cross Country Healthcare to Present at Barclays Global Healthcare Conference and Oppenheimer’s 29th Annual Healthcare Conference

Cross Country Healthcare, Inc. (Nasdaq: CCRN) announced today that it is scheduled to present at two upcoming conferences: The Barclays Global Healthcare Conference on Wednesday, March 13, 2019 at 3:50 p.m. Eastern Time, at the Loews Miami Beach Hotel in Miami Beach, Florida. The Oppenheimer 29th Annual Healthcare Confe...

A Nursing Home Patient ‘Rotted to Death’ under Nurses’ Care, Ohio Attorney General Says

(CNN) – Current and former employees of an Ohio nursing facility are accused of mistreating two patients in their care, including one who died as a result of the nurses’ actions, Attorney General Dave Yost said Thursday. A Franklin County … Read More

Kidney Disease Payment System Draws Medicare Scrutiny

(MedPage Today) -- 'We do not think the state of kidney disease care is acceptable'

NICE responds to article on patient organisations declaring financial interests

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence welcomes this important comment on our approach to managing declarations of interest.1 It is very important to us that the arrangements we have...

Primary care networks: five minutes with . . . Sohail Munshi

“In Manchester we’re probably a little bit ahead of the descriptions around primary care networks than what appears in the long term plan. We have 12 integrated neighbourhood teams and, like other...

Griffin Health launches its frameless SRS program using C-RAD Catalyst HD with cBrain software

Griffin Health launches its frameless SRS program using C-RAD Catalyst HD with cBrain software C-RAD announced today that the Center for Cancer Care at Griffin Hospital in Derby, CT, in partnership with physicians and physicists from the Yale University School … Continue reading →

U.S. Women’s Health: Not So Great

(Managed Care Magazine) – The U.S. health care system places some unique burdens on women, who use more health care services than men and manage most of the bills for their families, researchers at the Commonwealth Fund found when they … Read More

Sepsis Death Common, Often Unpreventable

Sepsis deaths were common, but most were unpreventable and related to underlying illness; an expert urges caution when interpreting results and calls for more research to improve sepsis care. Medscape Medical News

Successor sought to build £500mln company at SkinBioTherapeutics

Dr Cath O'Neill, CEO of  SkinBioTherapeutics PLC (LON:SBTX), says her successor will have the skills to take the company to commercialisation. The boss, who invented the skin care technology and the SkinBiotix repair and protect cream, says it's now the job of someone else with a different skillset to build the business into "a £500mln company." O'Neill has been with life sciences comp...

CORRECTING and REPLACING Zebra Medical Vision is Granted Three Israeli Government Grants to Deploy Medical Imaging AI at Scale

Zebra Medical Vision announces it’s the recipient of three grants from the Israeli innovation authority to provide AI analysis at Ichilov Hospital, and through Integrated health providers Maccabi and Clalit. Seventh paragraph of release dated February 14, 2019, quote should read: "... to advance the health of its members. Clalit is working ...


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