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In A Tight Space
In A Tight Space

Medical Real Estate Costs Up. Availabilities down.

If this isn't the year your lease is up, and you're not planning to move to a new space, and it's not the year you're hoping to build that new office or renovate your current space --take a deep, relaxing breath and congratulate yourself.

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April 2016 Grand Rounds
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Booker at Home in Hospital or at Rodeo
Booker at Home in Hospital or at Rodeo
A lot can happen in eight seconds. For a bull rider, those eight seconds can send the most skilled on a trajectory of success or the least fortunate on to the nearest stretcher.
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CMS Final Rules Strip Down Meaningful Use
CMS Final Rules Strip Down Meaningful Use
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CMS Releases New Stark Exceptions for Timeshare Arrangements and Assistance to Recruit Non-Physician Practitioners
In its Final Rule addressing changes to the Physician Fee Schedule and Part B payments for CY 2016, CMS also buried two new exceptions to the physician self-referral law. The Final Rule took effect January 1, 2016 (the “Final Rule”).
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Cryotherapy Treatment Available for Barrett’s Esophagus
Cryotherapy Treatment Available for Barrett’s Esophagus
About 16,000 Americans are diagnosed with esophageal cancer each year, and a majority of those die from the malignancy.
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Current Challenge of EMRs: Interoperability
When the mandate for electronic medical records was proposed years ago, the concept was this: with appropriate digital infrastructure and sophisticated IS support, each patient's entire medical record could be available for review by any physician involved in care wherever the patient presented, whether in a physician's office or in a hospital.
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February 2016 Grand Rounds
Adolescents Stress More with Poor Sleep

A new study from UAB indicates that adolescents who experience sleep problems and longer sleep duration are more reactive to stress, which could contribute to academic, behavioral and health issues.

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Grandview‘s Innovative Emergency Department Design
Grandview‘s Innovative Emergency Department Design

By the clock, every hour has sixty minutes - but try testing that theory in an ER.

 

There, time is relative, and more a matter of perspective than physics.

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Great Outdoors Calls to Mark Williams, MD
Great Outdoors Calls to Mark Williams, MD
Take a moment to open Google Maps, and zoom in on the northwestern corner of the United State where you’ll find a thin blue line wending its way through central Idaho.
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Heslin Shapes Cancer Care Teams
Heslin Shapes Cancer Care Teams
Martin Heslin, MD has accrued an impressive list of accomplishments in his life. Named chief of the medical staff at UAB Health System in 2014, he added a new accolade, executive vice chair of the department of surgery, this year.
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HHS Issues Proposed Rule for MACRA Quality Payment Program
In furtherance of its goal to pay providers for the value of the services rather than the volume, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) have proposed rules intended to implement the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015 (MACRA).
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Hudgens’ Mission Is to Change Lives
Hudgens’ Mission Is to Change Lives
Neurologist Kyle Hudgens, MD is accustomed to the cutting-edge diagnostic technology in his practice with Grandview Medical Group.
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January 2016 Grand Rounds
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Malone Has Home Team Advantage in Radiology
Malone Has Home Team Advantage in Radiology
It’s an unusual analogy to be sure, but if anyone can equate strategic football plays with complex radiology diagnostics, Alfred (Shawn) Malone, MD, is the man to do it. The former Auburn University football standout, nominated All-SEC, parlayed an electrical engineering major into a medical degree and eventually his specialty as a radiologist with Radiology of Huntsville.
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May 2016 Grand Rounds
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New Painless Procedure Seals Varicose Veins
New Painless Procedure Seals Varicose Veins
A team of Birmingham cardiologists will be the first in Alabama to use a new minimally invasive approach to closing varicose veins.
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New UAB Callahan Dry Eye Clinic
New UAB Callahan Dry Eye Clinic
Dry eye is one of the most common reasons that Americans visit an eye doctor. The pain and severe discomfort caused by dry eye disease can affect quality of life significantly for the almost five million sufferers.
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Overcoming EHR Obstacles
Overcoming EHR Obstacles
Seven years after the mass introduction of electronic health records (EHR), many practices still fight with the use of these systems.
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Pelvic Pain Specialist Helps Restore Women’s Lives
Pelvic Pain Specialist Helps Restore Women’s Lives
Many women live with chronic pelvic pain, one of the most common and disabling medical problems. Because so many of these women have complex issues that require ongoing treatment, Alex Childs, MD, decided to become a pelvic pain specialist.
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Protect Your Practice from Ransomeware
noun: ransomware: a type of malicious malware/software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid.
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Research Leads to Better Understanding of Atopic Dermatitis
Research Leads to Better Understanding of Atopic Dermatitis
Atopic dermatitis, or eczema, is the most common chronic inflammatory, pruritic skin disease. It causes intense itching and scratching which leads to a severe rash.
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Rural Communities Vulnerable to Upcoming Medicaid Cuts Alabama has Most Restrictive Eligibilities in the U.S.
Rural Communities Vulnerable to Upcoming Medicaid Cuts Alabama has Most Restrictive Eligibilities in the U.S.

“It’s getting old,” says Donald J. Jones, FACHE, administrator for Fayette Medical Center, about the looming Medicaid shortfall recently decided by the Alabama legislature. Every year the cycle repeats, he says, and every year, the state finds a way. “But it feels different this year. I’m concerned.”

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Surviving The Shifting Reimbursement Landscape
Surviving The Shifting Reimbursement Landscape
When you live in a seismic zone, you don’t wait for the ground to start shaking to prepare.  You build your home from the ground up with strength and flexibility engineered to help you survive, and you stock up on resources you may need to ride out the aftershocks.
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Treating Physical Problems with Spiritual Solutions
Treating Physical Problems with Spiritual Solutions

Danika Yvette Hickman, MD is a pro when it comes to wearing a variety of hats. Not only is she a physician, she’s a wife, mother, author, chaplain, public speaker, radio show host… and the list goes on.

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