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Survey paints positive view of telemedicine market

HIMSS Analytics recently published a new report, "Essentials Brief: Telemedicine Study" — a survey of health IT executives that finds an increase in the adoption of telemedicine solutions and services, from 54.5 percent in 2014 to 57.7 percent in 2015. Small, but...

source: By Scott E. Rupp
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In the state of Illinois, advanced practice registered nurses can work independently of physicians after completing at least 4,000 notarized hours of clinical practice under physician supervision. Prior to that practice experience, advanced practice registered nurses can...

source: Emergency Physicians Monthly

Justin Barad never would have guessed that he'd help operate on a gorilla during his residency at the UCLA Medical Center, where he was training to be an orthopedic surgeon. Yet in August 2014, The Los Angeles Zoo and...

source: The Washington Post

Pediatricians across the United States are sounding the alarm about unusually high numbers of young children being admitted to emergency departments due to respiratory syncytial virus infection or RSV, a common virus that causes...

source: CNN via KDRV-TV

Like in other places, the emergency department at the Rainy Lake Medical Center is where people come if they think they're having a heart attack or have broken their arm or find themselves in a mental health crisis. But unlike some hospitals, there's no special emergency...

source: MPR News

The "normal" body temperature of 98.6 degrees Fahrenheit is actually not so normal. New research finds the average human body temperature of Americans has dropped. "What everybody grew up learning, which is that our normal temperature is 98.6, is wrong," said Dr. Julie Parsonnet,...

source: Healthline

During his freshman year at the University of California, Davis, Marco Martinez started hyperventilating regularly. The incidents worsened, becoming seizure-like episodes and ending in trips to the emergency room. During each hospitalization, the doctors were stumped. No...

source: NPR


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