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Babies Benefit From Medicaid-Sponsored Pre-natal Care

Until 2014, if you were a low-income woman living in Oregon, you couldn’t get prenatal care through Medicaid until you became pregnant. That matters...

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Tick, Tick: This EHR Data Could Benefit  Time-Strapped Doctors

Your patient is scheduled for a 10-minute appointment, but the appointment runs 5 minutes long. As additional appointments run long, pressure mounts....

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Lost in The Mist: Bad News For Young Vapers (Not That They'll Notice)

As if the known risks of vaping weren't already distressing enough, along come two new studies from the University of Rochester Medical Center that link...

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Crisis Reset: Telehealth, Interoperable Capacity Get Priority Status

As awful as it’s been, the COVID-19 pandemic might long be remembered as the mother of innovation in healthcare. It didn’t just light a fire under health...

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Pandemic Accents Value of Software, Telehealth During Crisis

The COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 has tested, taxed and in some cases maxed out the resources of healthcare systems across the United States in ways that...

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December 2020 Electronic Health and Medical Records Software Updates

For medical practices, their electronic health and medical record software needs to be consistently updated. This keeps the practice compliant and the...

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Old Drug, New Use: Ketamine Combats Major Depression Disorder

In treating mental health, providers often come across patients whose Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI) have no effect on their outcomes....

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How to Diagnose Compassion Fatigue

Especially common among healthcare providers, compassion fatigue can wreak havoc on their work ethic and personal happiness. Also known as “the cost of...

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Proximity of Convenience Stores Enhance Odds of Child Obesity

It’s easy to blame pediatric obesity on the poor diet decisions of the children themselves – their consumption of too much junk food, fast food, sweets,...

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Baby's First Breath Triggers Life-saving Changes in the Brain

There are few moments in life as precious, as critical or as celebrated as a baby's first breath. New research from the University of Virginia School of...

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Can Memory Manipulation Help Treat Alcohol Addiction?

In the United States alone, over 14 million adults suffer from alcohol use disorder (AUD). For those that seek treatment, 90% will experience at least one...

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The 21st Century CURES Act Final Rule: Compliance and Exceptions

On April 5th, 2021, the patient access to clinical notes mandate in the 21st Century Cures Act will go into effect. We've uncovered the requirements and...

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A Regular Dose of Nature May Improve Public Mental Health

A recent study published in Ecological Applications suggests that simply having nature around an individual's home may help mitigate some of the negative...

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EHR Software Helps Pinpoint Probable Opioid Use Disorder Patients

A new, retrospective cross-sectional study by researchers from Florida Atlantic University Schmidt College of Medicine in collaboration with Geisinger,...

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Infection by confection: COVID-19 and the risk of trick-or-treating

Like a specter, the question looms: How risky is trick-or-treating with SARS-Cov-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, in the air -- and possibly on the...