Displaying Articles 26 - 50 of 125
Unlocking the Promise
Unlocking the Promise
UAB Team Increases Stem Cell Reprogramming 20-Fold

The possibilities are tantalizingly close, and almost--but not quite--within our grasp.

Read More
Value Based Purchasing Comes to the Home Health Industry
The Department of Health and Human Services (“HHS”) continues to advance its plan to enforce Value Based Purchasing in an effort to change the methods by which care is delivered and reimbursed in the United States.
Read More
When is an Overpayment Identified for Purposes of Reverse Claims – CMS Issues Final Rule
The Final Rule on repayment guidance has just been issued and warrants the attention of all providers.
Read More
With Vaccines for HPV Cancers, Why are so few Alabama Children Protected?
With Vaccines for HPV Cancers, Why are so few Alabama Children Protected?

So why is it that only 30 percent of girls and 9 percent of boys in this state are being protected with the vaccines we do have that could keep them from getting 90 percent of cervical and anal cancers, 70 percent of vaginal, vulvar and oropharynx cancers, and more than 60 percent of penile cancers?

 

Read More
10 Things to Know About Allergies
  1. Systemic steroids are overused. Physicians often give steroid shots or oral bursts for sinusitis, bronchitis, URI’s, asthma, joint inflammation, skin conditions or other reasons.
Read More
Addressing the Opioid Abuse Epidemic
The existence of an opioid drug abuse problem in the United States is no secret, although the scale of this problem may be less well known.
Read More
DOJ Focuses on Individuals in Corporate Wrongdoing
The U.S. Department of Justice (“DOJ”) has a new view in cases involving corporate wrongdoing (including fraud and abuse, qui tam, and similar matters). And its gaze is focused squarely on rooting out and punishing the individuals involved.
Read More
Don’t Fall Victim to Cyber-Security Disasters
Every day, the news is filled with more reports of cyber-security attacks. Unfortunately, the healthcare community is considered a prime target for hackers who want to gain access to confidential information. Stolen medical records can be valued at up to 10 or 20 times that of a credit card number.
Read More
Heroin and Birmingham’s Medical Community
Heroin and Birmingham’s Medical Community
“Through my entire career,” says Clay Morris, special agent with the Birmingham Office of the DEA, “I’ve never spoken to a heroin addict who didn’t have a prescription drug addiction.”
Read More
Investigating the Eye’s Role in Concussions
Investigating the Eye’s Role in Concussions
In recent years, much attention has been given to new ways of testing for concussion injuries. However, diagnosis and monitoring of these mild traumatic brain injuries (mTBI) can be hindered by the absence of reliable biomarkers and are difficult to pinpoint with standard CT and MRI testing.
Read More
More Medicare Provider and Supplier Revalidation: Just what the Doctor Ordered
Just when Medicare providers thought the revalidation process was over, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) has added another set of requirements. As of March 1, 2016, CMS has instituted Cycle 2 with an easier and gentler approach at provider number revalidation.
Read More
New Study Evaluates Best Practice for Treating Carotid Stenosis
New Study Evaluates Best Practice for Treating Carotid Stenosis
The landmark study, National Institutes of Health (NIH) CREST, compares carotid stenting (CAS) and carotid endarterectomy (CEA) for treating carotid stenosis. Investigators are finalizing a report on 10-year comparative outcomes that will be presented at a national stroke meeting in February 2016.
Read More
Pediatrics Office Will Not Open Due to Medicaid Cuts
Pediatrics Office Will Not Open Due to Medicaid Cuts
The Legislature was warned. It was warned that underfunding Medicaid would result in the loss of both access to care and jobs. The first casualty of the General Fund budget has already occurred, and it took less than a week.
Read More
Recent Changes to the Stark Law Provide Added Flexibility
The 2016 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule Final Rule ("Final Rule") contains recent changes to the Federal Stark Law, the majority of which took effect on January 1, 2016.
Read More
Solving EHR Frustrations
“I would bet the majority of practices have not revised or tweaked their EMR systems since they were first installed,” says Susan Pretnar, president of KeySys. “They complain about how clunky their systems are, but have not put in the time and effort to make them work.”
Read More
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.
Read More
To Be, Or Not To Be
To Be, Or Not To Be

Suicide Biomarkers and Ketamine Rescue 

Our fate may not be written in the stars, but our risk of suicidal depression could be written in microRNA (miRNA) that affects neurotransmitters including serotonin and dopamine.

Read More
Urogynecology Specialty Focuses on Female Pelvic Floor Disorders
Read More
Antifungal Treatment: A New Approach to Asthma Care?
Researchers from Baylor College of Medicine have found that patients with asthma or chronic sinusitis benefited from antifungal therapies – even in patients who weren’t particularly sensitive or allergic to fungi.
Read More
Health Empowerment - There’s an App for That
Health Empowerment - There’s an App for That
When you’re living with a chronic disease like arthritis, there are times when even the best efforts to keep a positive attitude bog down into a feeling of helplessness.
Read More
MACRA: What’s Replacing the Sustainable Growth Rate
MACRA: What’s Replacing the Sustainable Growth Rate
The annual nail-biting over potentially drastic cuts in Medicare physician fees ended last April with the repeal of the Sustainable Growth Rate. In its place will be the Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) and Alternative Payment Models (APMs).
Read More
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.
Read More
Night Vision Problems Linked to Macular Degeneration in Older Adults
Night Vision Problems Linked to Macular Degeneration in Older Adults
For over 20 years, researchers in the UAB Department of Ophthalmology have focused on the impact of aging on vision. This year, their collaborative efforts have identified a functional biomarker for early onset of age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Read More
Ovarian Cancer Patients Do Not Benefit from Dose-Dense Chemotherapy
Ovarian Cancer Patients Do Not Benefit from Dose-Dense Chemotherapy
Ovarian cancer is responsible for about 14,000 deaths in the United States every year. A better understanding of treatments for this lethal cancer is leading researchers to further investigate the outcomes of some studies that may be raising as many questions as answers.
Read More
Review Your Banking Needs for Increased Profitability
With 2016 getting underway, now is a good time to organize your finances.
Read More
Displaying Articles 26 - 50 of 125
www.maxformer.com

https://avtomaticheskij-poliv.com.ua

meizu m3 note 32gb обзор
Powered by

The browser you are using is outdated!

You may not be getting all you can out of your browsing experience
and may be open to security risks!

Consider upgrading to the latest version of your browser or choose on below: