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Showing 9 articles from April 8, 2014.

Clinical

Addressing Obstacles on the Road to Diabetes Control

What is the best way to get ... and keep ... diabetic patients actively engaged in the lifelong self-management of their condition?

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Events

AMA Pushes for ICD-10 Stoppage or Delay
The first rule of marketing is to make sure you have a clear message. For the American Medical Association leadership, their position on the impending ICD-10 conversion could not be more straightforward … they want to see it stopped.
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April 2014

Nemours Launches Nemours Children’s Urgent Care

The thousands of Central Florida families who receive care at five different After Hours Pediatrics Urgent Care centers will now be directly connected to Nemours, one of the nation’s leading pediatric health systems. The ...

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Caring for a Graying Village
New Health Specialty Care Center in the Villages THE VILLAGES – The nation’s largest 55-and-up retirement community is fertile testing ground for cost-savings healthcare initiatives as American medicine shifts from fee-for-service to fee-for-quality.
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Decoding Healthcare
Fifth Third’s Mike Miller discusses capital investments and industry trends The growth of local collaborations and specialty pharmacies, and the significant change in focus on outcomes highlight industry banking trends impacting Central Florida throughout 2014.
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Getting Ready to Sell Your Practice
The healthcare industry is experiencing dynamic changes as it relates to declining reimbursements, healthcare reform and increasingly stringent regulations; thus, physicians are considering selling their practice, merging with other practices, integrating with hospitals, or liquidating their practice.
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PHYSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: Lee Zehngebot, MD
Hematology & Oncology Consultants ORLANDO - After being in the same practice for almost 30 years, Lee Zehngebot – hematologist, oncologist, husband, father, road biker and ski-bum – said his “biggest problem is I don’t have enough time and energy to get through a day and do everything I want to do.” But the 63-year-old does the best he can, he said, and the rewards make it worthwhile for all those endeavors.
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Reflux KO
Torax Medical rolls out LINX procedure for GERD patients to select specialists TAMPA—A few dozen approved surgeons specializing in gastro-esophageal reflux disease or gastro-intestinal surgery across the nation are offering a revolutionary procedure for patients with gastro esophageal reflux disease (GERD).
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The Digital Revolution is Here for Healthcare
I was recently taken back by a presentation done by a VP of Google in Orlando. This presentation was about the digital revolution and how technology has advanced at an accelerated pace. We all know that Google is a leader in the technology industry and it was really interesting to get some insight into what they thought was the next revolution in technology.
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