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2015 Article Archives

Meaningful Use Audits: Proactive Tips for Success
For health care professionals who began accepting Meaningful Use incentive money at the outset of availability under the Medicare option in 2011, the year 2015 is an important year. 
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Ministering Through Medicine and Beyond
Ministering Through Medicine and Beyond
As a family medicine doctor, Alisha Thompson Congress, DO, believes she’s got the best of all worlds in terms of her practice. With patients ranging in age from four months to 97 years old, her job involves a wide variety of people and experiences, and no two days are alike. And she’s convinced she’s exactly where she’s supposed to be.
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Navigating a Path to Quality Care at a Lower Cost
Navigating a Path to Quality Care at a Lower Cost
The UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center is poised to be a national model for cost reduction and quality health care through the implementation of a unique lay patient navigation program.
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New Amniotic Allograft Storage Breakthrough Enriches Healing Potential
New Amniotic Allograft Storage Breakthrough Enriches Healing Potential

Each day, physicians discover more about the power of regenerative medicine, a game-changing specialty that uses biologics to regenerate human cells or tissues to help heal damaged organs.

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The Epigenetics of Experience
The Epigenetics of Experience
For science fiction writers, staying ahead of science fact is getting harder. One vivid example is how recent advances in genetics are pushing the thresholds of neuroscience forward into areas that sound like plots to futuristic movies.
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Medical West Expands Animal-Assisted Therapy
Medical West Expands Animal-Assisted Therapy
Dogs to Become Part of Rehab Program

“It’s wonderful to see the transformation in the patients’ faces when the dogs arrive,” says Pam Autrey, PhD, RN, and chief nursing officer at Medical West hospital, an affiliate of UAB. The dramatic change occurs in one of the most difficult populations to manage at a hospital, geriatric psych patients. 

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New Device Can Replace Blood Thinners for Many Atrial Fibrillation Patients

A new treatment option for atrial fibrillation (AF) has been approved by the Federal Drug Administration (FDA). The device, called the Watchman, offers these patients an alternative to taking blood thinners to prevent stroke.

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Treating Patients, Not Just a Disease
Treating Patients, Not Just a Disease
Major medical centers around the country are beginning to embrace patient therapies that focus on the whole person, not just on disease.
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Unmasking Mystery Diseases
Unmasking Mystery Diseases
HudsonAlpha to Open America’s First Genomics Clinic

November 1st, the morning after Halloween’s phantoms have shed their masks, HudsonAlpha Institute for Biotechnology in Huntsville begins its quest to unmask even more fearsome and elusive real life villains—unknown genetically-based diseases destroying the lives and health of human patients.

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Princeton Opens Structural Heart and Valve Center
Princeton Opens Structural Heart and Valve Center
Internationally renowned surgeon serves as medical director

“Instead of one option, you get 10 options here,” says Mustafa Ahmed, MD, medical director of the new Structural Heart and Valve Center at Princeton Baptist Medical Center.

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Mandatory Provider Data Reporting Comes to Alabama
Following the lead of other states, Alabama has begun the process of requiring health care facilities to submit mandatory data on a periodic basis and to make such data generally available to the public.
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