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Health Insurers Tackle Deluge of Changes
Health Insurers Tackle Deluge of Changes
Reform Regulations Are Kicking In Already
Healthcare reform requires changes of all stakeholders, but probably none more so than third-party payers, usually portrayed as wearing the black hat in this ongoing drama. In fact, President Obama hasn’t hesitated to cast insurers in the role of characters more worried about money than patient care.
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Healthcare Spotlight:
Healthcare Spotlight:

Dr. Ray Watts: Orchestrating Brain Research, Supporting the Orchestra

Ray L. Watts, MD, changed careers for complex reasons—literally. The Birmingham native graduated from West End High School and enrolled at UAB to study electrical engineering.
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Healthcare Spotlight: Doctor of Medicine and Maven of Style
Healthcare Spotlight: Doctor of Medicine and Maven of Style
Sonja DeVon Pettus, MD is no stranger to career change. After a decade as a computer analyst, she decided to enroll in medical school. An internal medical practitioner, she increased her workload...
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HEALTHCARE SPOTLIGHT: Dr. Andrew Duxbury: Geriatrician Enjoys Theater Life
HEALTHCARE SPOTLIGHT: Dr. Andrew Duxbury: Geriatrician Enjoys Theater Life
Andrew Duxbury, MD, recognizes the correlation between theater and geriatrics. “My adventures in theater over the years have taught me an amazing amount about people,” says the UAB geriatrician...
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Healthcare Spotlight: Dr. John Hurst Has a Honey of a Hobby
Healthcare Spotlight: Dr. John Hurst Has a Honey of a Hobby
John Hurst, MD, recently certified as a Master Beekeeper by the University of Georgia, began keeping honeybees at the suggestion of his wife more than 30 years ago...
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Healthcare Spotlight: Goldfarb Chooses ENT for its 'Potpourri' of Areas
Healthcare Spotlight: Goldfarb Chooses ENT for its 'Potpourri' of Areas
When it came time for Morton Goldfarb, MD to choose a career, his route appeared pretty certain: “I like science and I like people,” he says, “so medicine seemed like the clear choice...
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Healthcare Spotlight: Homewood Dermatologist Offers Builds His Practice and Serves
Healthcare Spotlight: Homewood Dermatologist Offers Builds His Practice and Serves
“There’s something about the ice,” Corey L. Hartman, MD, FAAD says. The Big Easy native refers to the shaved ice in the snowballs he made during his first job. “New Orleans’ snowballs are not the same as the typical snow cone,” he says with a laugh...
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Healthcare Spotlight: Theodis Buggs: From Business to Bones
Healthcare Spotlight: Theodis Buggs: From Business to Bones
Dr. Theodis Buggs of Princeton Baptist believes medicine is about serving patients. Theodis Buggs, MD, readily recalls his father’s horrific accident at the now-defunct Republic Steel in Gadsden. “He was a switchman,” says the Princeton Baptist orthopedic surgeon...
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Helathcare Spotlight: Dr. Robert Record’s Medicine and Ministry
Helathcare Spotlight: Dr. Robert Record’s Medicine and Ministry
Growing up on a pine tree farm on the outskirts of Clinton, Louisiana (population 2000), Robert Record, MD, felt called to be a pastor. When applying to Rhodes College, he wrote that he wanted to become an inner-city doctor, serving the poor...
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Helping Children Cope with the Stress and Uncertainty of Illness
Helping Children Cope with the Stress and Uncertainty of Illness
When a child is hospitalized, the experience can lead to feelings of fear, confusion and isolation. Those feelings can have negative effects on the child’s physical and emotional health...
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HIPAA: The Cost of Non-Compliance
In April, Phoenix Cardiac Surgery, P.C. (“Phoenix”), a private physician medical practice comprised of five physicians, entered a one-year Corrective Action Plan (“CAP”)...
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I-Phone or HIPAA-Phone?
With the recent issuance of the long-awaited final rule by the Department of Health and Human Services ("HHS"), the protection of patient information has been a hot topic among the health care industry the past few months...
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In-Office Balloon SinuplastyTM
In-Office Balloon SinuplastyTM
A Less Invasive Option for Patients

Sinusitis is one of the most common health problems in the United States, affecting 37 million people each year. A relatively new procedure, balloon sinuplastyTM

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January Grand Rounds
UAB Research Shows Type 2 Diabetes Remission Possible

New research, co-authored by a UAB researcher, has shown that intensive lifestyle interventions, including diet and exercise, have the potential to put Type 2 diabetes into remission and eliminate the need for medication in some cases...

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Joslin Center Affilate Clinic Brings Comprehensive Diabetes Care to Alabama
Joslin Center Affilate Clinic Brings Comprehensive Diabetes Care to Alabama
More than 12 percent of Alabama adults have been diagnosed with diabetes. That statistic has earned the state of Alabama a number one national ranking and the attention of the Joslin Center, an international diabetes organization affiliated with Harvard University in Boston..
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Kassouf Workshop Focuses on Five Star Practices
Kassouf Workshop Focuses on Five Star Practices
Kassouf & Co. held a workshop at the Carraway Davie House on May 9th designed to help practice administrators build an organization that provides exceptional patient care and employee experiences...
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Legal Perils of Problematic Transcription
A recent $140 million verdict against Thomas Hospital and several associated defendants in Baldwin County may have a chilling effect on healthcare providers’ continued use of “off-shore” transcription services...
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Making an Impact on Sports in Alabama and Beyond
Making an Impact on Sports in Alabama and Beyond
When your vocation and avocation are one and the same, it makes going to work every day a pleasure and recreation time more meaningful...
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Making Men Aware of ‘Male Menopause’
Making Men Aware of ‘Male Menopause’
Fatigue, depression, malaise and a decreased sex drive in aging men have long been attributed to medical problems such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and coronary artery disease...
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MGMA Conference a Success
MGMA Conference a Success
The Alabama Group Management Association (MGMA) held their winter conference at the Wynfrey Hotel during the first week of March. “We had a record registration with 285 attendees and 64 exhibitors,” said Marsha Buchanan, Office Manager of Decatur Orthopaedic Clinic and Vice President of the MGMA Board of Directors...
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Muscular-skeletal Ultrasound Gives Orthopedists Dynamic View of Injuries
Muscular-skeletal Ultrasound Gives Orthopedists Dynamic View of Injuries
Recent advances in ultrasound technology mean orthopedists can now treat with pinpoint accuracy and diagnose injuries that previously had to be left in a “wait and see” scenario...
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New Drug-Eluting Stent Gains FDA Indication for Diabetic Patients
New Drug-Eluting Stent Gains FDA Indication for Diabetic Patients
his February, the FDA approved the first drug-eluting stent (DES) for patients with diabetes. “When choosing stents in the cath lab, you used to have to make a decision between deliverability and the drug-eluting ability...
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New Home Dialysis Training Center
New Home Dialysis Training Center
 A resurging interest in home dialysis thrills Harry Giles, MD. He’s the executive director of the home dialysis unit of Birmingham’s Nephrology Associates, PC...
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New Navigational Aid Can Prevent Unnecessary Lung Surgery
New Navigational Aid Can Prevent Unnecessary Lung Surgery
A new navigational aid is transforming traditional bronchoscopy into a high-tech outpatient procedure and is helping physicians to better diagnose and treat difficult-to-reach lesions in the lungs. Potential uses for Electromagnetic Navigation Bronchoscopy® (ENB)TM include biopsy...
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New Pill Mapping Index Becomes iPhone App for Clinicians
New Pill Mapping Index Becomes iPhone App for Clinicians
Birmingham-based MedSnap will soon make it easy for clinicians to almost instantaneously and accurately identify most pills presented by patients...
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