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Breaking the Backlog

For the past several years, interventional radiology (IR) has been the fastest-growing division of the radiology department at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDMC), a tertiary medical center...

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Innovators in Urgent Care Series Webinar | Journal of Urgent Care Medicine

The first installment of the Innovators in Urgent Care Experience, sponsored by Konica Minolta, focuses on ways to create return customers through walk-in primary care services, Thomas H. Scott, DO,...

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Guideline-discordant care more common among Medicare beneficiaries than VA patients

U.S. veterans who opt for fee-for-service health systems like Medicare are less likely to receive guideline-concordant care than their counterparts in the Veterans Health Administration (VA),...

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Patients receiving non-opioids ‘surprised’ by effectiveness

Many patients who received non-opioids were surprised by how well they relieved pain, according to data published in the Journal of Pain. “Chronic musculoskeletal pain is a major public health...

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Cost Prompts More Than 20% of Americans to Pass on Medical Care

A new survey by Bankrate reveals that 22% of people in the United States have skipped medical care, or have a close family member who has opted not to get medical care in the past year because they...

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Diagnostic potential of ultrasound not yet fully realized

Since its first recorded description in the literature, musculoskeletal ultrasonography has been shown to be beneficial for diagnosis and treatment in orthopedics by providing focused, real-time...

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Enigma Biomedical Group and Invicro Sign a Collaboration Agreement

Enigma Biomedical Group (EBG) today announced a collaboration agreement with Invicro, a Konica Minolta Company and a leading provider of imaging services and software for research and drug...

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Digital Health and the Two-Canoe Problem

As healthcare gradually tilts from volume to value, physicians and hospitals fear the instability of straddling “two canoes.” Value-based contracts demand very different business practices and...

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The Future Of Artificial Intelligence & Analytics In Healthcare

As a company invested in the future of work, but also committed to healthcare, we pose this question: What does the future of healthcare look like?  This question likely has many divergent,...