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Showing 14 articles from October 6, 2015.

Business/Technology

Accelerating Telehealth

"There's also a firm belief that Florida could be a worldwide virtual healthcare hub." - Nick Hernandez, CEO, ABISA LLC.

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Events

Adventist Health System Agrees to $118.7 Million Settlement

WASHINGTON  Three former employees of a North Carolina hospital were the first to expose an alleged scheme by Adventist Health System to pay doctors excessive compensation to lock in their patient referrals to Adventist-owned hospitals, clinics and other outpatient services in Florida, North Car ...

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Anima Christi Healthcare Cleaning Services Expands Into the Brevard County Area

Central Florida’s first exclusive healthcare cleaning experts, Anima Christi Healthcare Cleaning Services, are excited to announce their expansion into Brevard County.  The company, which offers a healthy alternative to traditional janitorial services, has a combined 70 years in the healthcare ...

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Asset Protection for Doctors Made Easy

What investment offers 100 percent protection from creditors (lawsuits)?

What investment also offers guaranteed income for life; guaranteed increases in future income; guaranteed increase in death benefit; unlimited growth potential while locking-in gains for futu ...

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Dine with the Docs” Healthcare Discussion Dinner at Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation

The Bert Fish Medical Center Foundation is hosting a “Dine with the Docs” healthcare discussion dinner on Tuesday, October 27, at 5:30 p.m. The dinner will take place at Sugar Mill County Club, 100 Country Club Circle, New Smyrna Beach, FL.  

Physicians from various specialties will le ...

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Florida Hospital Partners with AutoNation Cure Bowl
This collaboration enhances development of new technologies to treat metastatic cancer cells.
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Hospice and Neurologic Disease

Jim is 78 years old and has been fighting Parkinson’s for decades. He was able to remain active for years and on two occasions, when his symptoms became significantly worse, he responded well to new medications that became available. The last years, however, have not gone well for Jim. Even ...

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Improving the Quality of Life for Your Loved One

Caring for a loved one with a diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease or related dementias can pose challenges for the person with the diagnosis, their caregivers and the family in general. Nearly 15 million Americans provide some form of unpaid care to a person with Alzheimer’s disease or another f ...

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Nemours to Launch Two of the Largest Pediatric Studies Ever

Researchers at Nemours Children’s Health System will leverage 4.5 million patient records to answer medical questions that have challenged families and providers for generations.  The de-identified data is available to Nemours through PEDSnet, a network that pools patient information from eigh ...

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No Secrets to Investment Success

Many people look for the “secrets” to investment success. Is it timing the market just right? Is it finding those hot stocks or getting in on the “ground floor” of the next big thing? Actually, these types of moves have little relevance to the vast majority of investors — even the most ...

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Orlando Health Expanding Again
Health Physician Associates discuss new strategic partnership.
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Pediatric Emergency Center Opens at Florida Hospital East Orlando

Florida Hospital is excited to announce there’s a new, specialized emergency department designed exclusively for children in East Orlando. In September Florida Hospital East Orlando began caring for its youngest patients in a new emergency center staffed by pediatric specialists who are dedicat ...

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Renovations Made Possible by SeaWorld Bring Cheer to Pediatric Outpatient Unit

Thanks to a gift from SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment, some of Florida Hospital for Children’s sickest patients can receive treatment in a more cheerful environment.

Colorful, undersea-themed wall murals now appear throughout the reception area and hallways of the pediatric outpatient proc ...

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This is Slowing Down?
Colorectal surgeon Sergio Larach still strives to innovate.
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