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The Death of the Office Note
The electronic health record and all of the associated incentive programs have taken the life and soul out of the provider note. Oh, how I long for the days of dictation - even the hand scribbled illegible note is more preferable than a point and click EHR note.
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The Guesswork Is Almost Over
The Guesswork Is Almost Over

Instead of waiting for cultures and plate counts, soon iCubate DNA assays could be telling you exactly what gram positive bacteria you are fighting.

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The Key to a Woman’s Heart
The Key to a Woman’s Heart
While more people are aware that heart disease can be different in women than in men, we also need to understand what these differences mean to a woman’s risk of developing serious cardiovascular problems at some point in her lifetime.
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The Literary Examiner

Love, Animals & Miracles

by Bernie S. Siegel, MD with Cynthia J. Hurn

c.2015, New World Library; $21.95; 289 pages

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The Literary Examiner
The Literary Examiner

Breakthrough! How Three People Saved ‘Blue Babies’ and Changed Medicine Forever

by Jim Murphy

c.2015, Clarion Books; $18.99 / $26.99 Canada; 130 pages

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The Search for New Antibiotics
The Search for New Antibiotics
A humble bread mold launched the age of antibiotics, proving itself a powerful weapon against infection on the battlefields of World War II. Now, less than a century later, there are growing fears that we could be approaching the end of that age all too soon.
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UAB Case Competition Helps Students Prepare for Real-World Healthcare Challenges
UAB Case Competition Helps Students Prepare for Real-World Healthcare Challenges
A group of people sit around an office table with folders of data in front of them, brainstorming ideas to meet the new challenges faced by their organization. It's a common sight at hospitals everywhere.
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UAB Study Finds Relationship between Marijuana Use and Loss of Verbal Memory

Marijuana is the most frequently used illicit drug in the United States, according to a recent survey from the National Survey on Drug Use and Health, and new data suggest that marijuana use now could pose a serious cognitive function risk later in life.

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Ex-Husband's Revenge Leads to HHS Trophy
Patient care is not confined to a single office or exam room, or a single physician or other provider.
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Mending Fragile Hearts with Mitraclip®
Mending Fragile Hearts with Mitraclip®
When mitral regurgitation begins to burden the heart, surgery can be very successful in repairing a leaky valve.
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New Fiduciary Rule for Retirement Plans
On April 6, 2016 the Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security Administration ("EBSA") issued its final rule redefining a fiduciary investment advisor (also known as the "conflict of interest rule"), greatly expanding who will be considered a fiduciary when providing "investment advice" to retirement plans.
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New Fiduciary Rule for Retirement Plans
On April 6, 2016 the Department of Labor's Employee Benefits Security Administration ("EBSA") issued its final rule redefining a fiduciary investment advisor (also known as the "conflict of interest rule"), greatly expanding who will be considered a fiduciary when providing "investment advice" to retirement plans.
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New Software Displays Real-time Costs, Risks and Options
New Software Displays Real-time Costs, Risks and Options
Five years ago, Mukul Mehra, MD, a gastroenterologist in Birmingham, told a colleague that he wanted a ribbon of information on his computer screen that delivered risk and cost data at the point of care and would work over any EMR [electronic medical record].
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Treating Hepatitis C
Hepatitis C (HCV) is the most common viral hepatitis in the US with an estimated 3.5 million individuals with chronic HCV.
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Using Amniotic Membrane to Treat Ocular Disease
A recent article in the Recipeideas discussed a new breakthrough in the preservation of amniotic membranes that appears to boost wound healing. Clinicians also use amniotic membranes to treat a variety of ocular diseases.
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CMS Finalizes the 60 Day Overpayment Rule
The Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) published its final rule on Friday, February 12, 2016.  The final rule clarifies two key sections of the often described 60-Day Overpayment Rule.
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The Literary Examiner
The Literary Examiner
Radioactive!

by Winifred Conkling

c.2016, Algonquin Young Readers; $17.95 / $26.95 Canada; 240 pages

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X-ray Reimbursements Will Bring an End to Analog and CR
X-ray Reimbursements Will Bring an End to Analog and CR
Medicare has begun the push toward purely digital radiography (DR). Starting next year, reimbursements for exams preformed on film-based x-ray machines will radically decline. The following year, reimbursements involving computed radiography (CR) equipment will get hit.
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Alabama Hospital Association Response to Medicaid Budget
 “The General Fund Budget passed by the legislature and recently vetoed by Gov. Bentley is $85 million short of the money needed to fund the current Medicaid program, a program that provides health care to almost 25 percent of the state’s population,” said Danne Howard, executive vice president and chief policy officer of the Alabama Hospital Association.
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The Literary Examiner

Before I Forget

by B. Smith & Dan Gasby with Michael Shnayerson, foreword by Rudolph Tanzi, PhD

c.2016, Harmony Booksp; $25.00 / $33.00 Canada; 322 pages

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The Literary Examiner

“I Had to Survive: How a Plane Crash in the Andes Inspired My Calling to Save Lives”

by Dr. Roberto Canessa and Pablo Vierci

c.2016, Atria Books; $26.00 / $35.00 Canada; 291 pages

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30 Years of Saving Young Lives
30 Years of Saving Young Lives

In the critical hour after a life-threatening injury, trauma centers can make a life and death difference in helping patients survive.

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Alabama Allergy & Asthma Center and Clinical Research Center of Alabama Awarded

Weily Soong, MD, owner and managing partner of Alabama Allergy & Asthma Center and John Anderson, MD, Partner and Research Director of the Clinical Research Center of Alabama were presented with the Class of 2016 Top 25 Award for Excellence in Business.

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Alabama Cardiovascular Group Opens Sylacauga Office
Alabama Cardiovascular Group Opens Sylacauga Office

Alabama Cardiovascular Group (ACG), an affiliate of Grandview Health, opened an office in Sylacauga in September.

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ALS Alabama Announces New Executive Director
ALS Alabama Announces New Executive Director

The ALS Association of Alabama names Lisa Holman, Executive Director. Holman, a University of Alabama graduate, joins the ALS Association with 20 years of experience in the non-profit sector where she has worked with the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, SafeHouse of Shelby County and Community Health Charities.

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