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Showing 13 articles from March 2, 2016.


Advancing Telehealth
“If telehealth could reduce the need for hospitalizations alone by 1 percent in Florida, $1.2 billion in charges could be saved.” – Tamara Y. Demko, JD, MPH, Consultant, Florida TaxWatch.
Environmental Health and End of Life Care
There comes a time when comfort is kindness.
FACS and UnitedHealthcare Launch ACO
Joint venture goes live April 1
Head and Neck Surgeon Focuses on Cancer Treatment, Reconstruction
Early biopsy for lingering mouth sores can be life-saving.
Marketing Your Practice Effectively and Efficiently
When On-Hold is holding on.
Medical, Biomedical, Clinical Informatics; Tomorrow’s Healthcare
There’s a direct correlation between organizations that have a real grip on their clinical data and those that provide exceptional care.
Mobile Devices and HIPAA Compliance
Do you know the risks of using your mobile device with EMRs?
Nemours Expands in West Orange County

Families in West Orange County now have greater access to Nemours Children’s Health System through a new pediatrician in the area. Nemours Children’s Primary Care.

Dr. Christine Chan-Ragazzo, a board-certified pediatrician, provides primary medical care to children of all ages, from new ...

Orlando Health Attorney George F. Indest III Selected to 2016 Florida Super Lawyers List

George F. Indest III, President and Managing Partner of The Health Law Firm, has been selected to the 2016 Florida Super Lawyers list. This honor is limited to no more than five percent of the lawyers within the state of Florida. Recipients  undergo a rigorous multi phase selection process by th ...

Physician CME on Infectious Diseases in Orlando, June 27-28

The American Association of Physician Specialists, Inc. (AAPS) will offer continuing medical education (CME) on Updates in Infectious Disease, June 27 and 28, 2016, at the Wyndham Grand Orlando Resort Bonnet Creek. 

The CME presentations will be held in conjunction with AAPS’s 64th House ...

Physician Entrepreneurs Beware: Diversification and Consolidation Efforts Can Be Criminal
Be careful how you diversify.
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held for Mobile Health Unit

The Florida Department of Health in Seminole County (DOH-Seminole) hosted a Mobile Health Unit Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on February 16, in Sanford.

Several dignitaries from Seminole County Government attended such as Chairman John Horan, Commissioner Carlton Henley, Commissioner Brenda Carey ...

UCF Adds New Medical Residencies
How is Central Florida boosting the number of slots?
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