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The Literary Examiner

The Man Who Touched His Own Heart: True Tales of Science, Surgery, and Mystery

by Rob Dunn; c.2015, Little, Brown; $27.00 / $30.00 Canada; 384 pages

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Baptist Health System and Tenet Create New Healthcare Network

 Baptist Health System and Tenet Healthcare Corporation have signed a definitive agreement to create a joint venture that will operate a healthcare network serving Birmingham and central Alabama. The new network will include all Baptist Health System hospitals, Tenet’s Brookwood Medical Center and each organization’s related businesses. Under the joint venture arrangement, Tenet will be the majority partner and will manage the network’s operations.

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Easy Ways to Violate HIPAA
Easy Ways to Violate HIPAA
 “Compliance with HIPAA and HITECH is not about whether your IT is working, but if your patient data is at risk. It’s kind of an invisible issue,” says Blake Perry with Keep IT Simple. “Unless you know what you’re looking for, you could be non-compliant.”
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Hope for Men with Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer
Prostate cancer is the most common (non-skin) cancer in American men. Approximately one in every seven men will develop prostate cancer in his lifetime and about 220,800 men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer this year. Prostate cancer is usually curable, but it can spread outside the prostate requiring additional treatments.
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Focus on Measures to Improve HCAHPS Results
Better Survey Results Mean Higher Reimbursement

Editors note: CMS mandates that acute care hospitals must participate in the HCAHPS survey. This survey, which is conducted by CMS-approved vendors, is composed of 32 questions for patients to answer concerning the quality of care they experienced in the hospital. As a component of the value based payment system, a hospital can gain or lose reimbursement dollars based on their performance in this survey.

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Freestanding Emergency Departments to Benefit Patients in Hoover and 280 Corridor
Freestanding Emergency Departments to Benefit Patients in Hoover and 280 Corridor

Overcrowded emergency rooms and ambulance diversion are problems around the country, and Birmingham is no exception.

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HIPAA Privacy During Emergency Situations

A patient arrives at your facility with Ebola-like symptoms. After taking the necessary precautions, you run the requisite tests, conduct a patient interview, and determine that in fact the patient has contracted the Ebola virus.

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Platelets and Lasers Now Treat Thinning Hair
Platelets and Lasers Now Treat Thinning Hair
Since 2009, when Tiger Woods used it to speed the healing of his ACL repair, platelet rich plasma (PRP) therapy has been used by numerous athletes for hard and soft tissue repair, including tennis’s Rafael Nadal and basketball’s Kobe Bryant. Now it’s being used to stimulate hair growth.
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The Literary Examiner
This is What You Just Put in Your Mouth?

by Patrick Di Justo

c.2015, Three Rivers Press; $15.00 / $18.00 Canada; 255 pages

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Planning for a Successful 2015

As physicians, most of your time is allocated to your patients and to patient care. Little, if any time is allocated to the business of medicine.

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February 2015

Brief business news items from the local healthcare community.

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Long-Awaited ORBERA™ Intragastric Balloon System Now in Alabama
Long-Awaited ORBERA™ Intragastric Balloon System Now in Alabama

Advanced Surgeons Introduces Endoscopic Procedure for Obesity

For people fighting to lose 40 to 50 extra pounds, weight loss strategies are definitely not a one size fits all proposition. They often find themselves in the unenviable “in between” position of being too heavy to sustain their efforts long enough to reach their goal weight and settle into maintaining it—and not heavy enough to qualify for weight loss surgery—or, at least, not before a creeping scale moves even higher.

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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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Technology Makes it Easier… to Unknowingly Put Your Data at Risk
The “always connected” evolution of modern technology has created a deluge of appealing productivity services and apps.
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The Literary Examiner

Adventures in Human Being: A Grand Tour from the Cranium to the Calcaneum

by Gavin Francis

c.2015, Basic Books; $26.99 / $33.99 Canada; 253 pages

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Which Rehab Option?
Which Rehab Option?

Matching the Referral to the Patient

When the condition is less serious and the patient is well enough to go to and from outpatient appointments, the choice may be obvious.

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