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In a world where technology and data — as well as skills — have become key aspects in the imaging practice, many radiologists have found that their hiring needs have changed dramatically.
While it can be frustrating to feel misunderstood, here’s a good reason to nurture the partnership you have with your doctor: Research suggests that good doctor-patient relationships can help people better manage their diabetes. Luckily, there’s a lot you can do to help your doctor see your perspective—and vice versa, too.
The many components of cell and gene therapy (CGT) commercialization carry with them more fiscal complexities than traditional products when it comes to account setup, payment terms, invoicing, collection and credit — and all the billing checkpoints in between.
Given the emotional turmoil of breast cancer surveillance, it’s clear that next-generation imaging has a major role to play.
Meet Sofia, a 28-year-old legal assistant by day and kickboxing instructor by night. She didn’t realize she had a genetic heart issue until after she collapsed in the gym one night — and she couldn’t have guessed until after the fact that she’d end up owing thousands in medical debt three months later.
If you’re on the cusp of your late 20s and wondering what life’s like beyond the big 3-0, here’s a tip: It’ll change, sure...but not in all the ways you might expect.
With the One Stop Clinic, now in Colombia, patients who have had abnormal breast screening tests won’t have to wait weeks or months to hear an expert’s opinion on what they should do: They’ll get it the same day they ask for it.
Once rendered nearly immobile by a common diagnosis, the Hahns, thanks to neuromodulation advancements, are experiencing life fully again. They're celebrating milestones big and small, each reminding them of how far they've come.
The drug is derived in part from the black calla lily (arum palaestinum), a native plant found in several regions of the Middle East. Traditional Middle Eastern medicine has used the lily for more than 1,000 years as an herbal remedy for multiple maladies, including inflammation, viral infection and cancer.
Heart disease. Cancer. Medical errors. In that order, those are America’s leading causes of death, according to research from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. While the medical community has invested time and clinical talent in reducing chronic disease, minimizing medical errors is just as important—but where do you start?
Do you live in a food desert? You're not alone. Here's how to navigate everyday challenges and regain control over your diabetes management.