Patient Engagement Amidst Modern Challenges
Engaging Patients In Their Care Is A Necessity But Having A Modern Digital Logistics That Ensure Cyber Physical Human Role Balance Is A Must!. Patient engagement is one of the hot topics of discussion among healthcare leaders worldwide. The concept rests on the means of encouraging patients to actively participate in their healthcare, from making decisions to changing behaviors and lifestyles toward a more prolonged and wholesome life.
Why Is It So Hard to Find Quality Mental Health Care in the U.S.?
Our Mental Health Care System is set up to prevent people from accessing it, and the problem is only getting worse. Humans have been notoriously bad at talking about and caring for our mental health. We’ve feared mental illness, disorders, and neurodiversity. We’ve locked people in institutions with archaic policies.
Scientists Reanimate Dead Pig Cells, Reported as a Breakthrough For Medical Science and a Moral Issue For Others
In 2019, scientists kept pig brains alive for hours after body death. In 2022, dead pig cells have now been reanimated. This article is based on accredited medical, science, and media reports. Disclaimer: I am not a doctor. I will share knowledge but will offer no personal opinion on this matter herein.
An SC Physician Speaks Out About the State Planning To Give Access to Birth Control Without Doctor’s Prescription
Family physician, Dr. Winston McIVer, talks about a proposed new law in South Carolina, the "Pharmacy Access Act"Conway Medical Center website. A well respected doctor in Conway, South Carolina is speaking out about a new law that will allow South Carolinians to have access to birth control over the counter - without a doctor's prescription.
New Jersey Easy Enrollment Health Insurance Program, and 29 other new laws
New Law Establishing the New Jersey Easy Enrollment Health Insurance Program Aims to Improve Access to Affordable Health Coverage for Residents. On June 30 Governor Murphy signed legislation (along with 29 other bills) creating the New Jersey Easy Enrollment Health Insurance Program hoping to help New Jerseyans obtain health insurance through Get Covered New Jersey, the State's official health insurance marketplace.
Hudson County Pharmacist Sold Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Cards
Acting AG Platkin Announces the Arrest of Hudson County Pharmacist Charged with Selling Fake COVID-19 Vaccination Record Cards to Individuals Who Did Not Receive the Vaccine. A Hudson County Pharmacist was arrested and charged with selling fake COVID-19 vaccination record cards to individuals without administering the vaccine and entering false information into a State-managed database of COVID-19 vaccination records.
NJ Provides Over $794 Million to New Jersey’s 71 Hospitals
More than $794 million in funding will be provided to NJs 71 hospitals through the FY2023 Appropriations Act signed by the governor on Thursday. The New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) today released the fiscal year 2023 hospital Charity Care, Graduate Medical Education (GME), and Graduate Medical Education Supplemental (GME-S) funding distributions.
This charity just donated $9.3 million to healthcare in Iowa
Some good news for people in Iowa this week with the Helmsley Trust awarding grants totaling $9.3 million to the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association to be used to improve health care in Iowa.
Wilken, O’Shea TalkAcquisition of HS Pharmaceuticals And What It Means For The Future Of XCRT (via SmallCapVoice)
CEO Mike of O’Shea of Xcelerate, Inc., a development stage startup focused on the development of cutting-edge medtech applications, met with SmallCapVoice.com to discuss the recent appointment of a new board member and the acquisition of a rather sizeable patent portfolio.
Physician Compensation Trend In 2022
An uneven fad from Fee-for-Service Reimbursement to Value-Based Compensation. The concerns for human existence and health have reached back centuries. Since the ancient Greek epoch, when only the elite and the privileged enjoyed personal cleanliness and sanitation, the concept of public health has been growing. It is one of the most critical challenges for almost every community.
Phobias: A Mental Health Perspective
According to Johns Hopkins University, an estimated 19 million U.S. citizens, or 12.5% of the population, suffer from phobias. Are we closer to a general cure for what medical professionals have defined as “irrational fears?”
Local Public Libraries Offer Low Cost, Easy Access to Telehealth Medical Appointments
Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library System Joins Libraries Statewide in Telehealth Program. Parsippany-Troy Hills Public Library System —The ongoing pandemic has put a spotlight on inequities in the healthcare system, especially among the most marginalized members of the community. Those who suffer most are new immigrants, the elderly, and people from lower incomes who lack access to medical care, technology, and health information that is necessary to make informed choices about their health.
Scientists and Medical Doctors Say Eyeglasses May Soon Be Unnecessary
New FDA-approved eye drops may permanently eliminate the need for eyeglasses wearers of certain conditions. This article is based on science and accredited media reports. No medical advice is offered herein on the part of the author. It is imperative for anyone who suffers from an eye disorder of any type to visit their doctor, optometrist, or ophthalmologist. All listed theories and facts within this article are fully-attributed to several medical experts, scientists, and media outlets, including CBSNews.com, CentreForSight.net, Endpoint News, and The Washington Post.
April Showers May Bring Flowers, But QHSLab Seeks To End Springtime Allergies Altogether
Allergies are the sixth leading cause of chronic illness across the globe. Estimated to cost more than $18 billion a year, allergies can play a major role in the massive expense both businesses and healthcare systems experience annually. This doesn’t even include factors related to paid time off, productivity-related concerns or the rescheduling of internal roadmaps due to last-minute “call-outs” or ongoing turnover.
Medical City North Hills Recognized for Nursing Excellence
North Richland Hills – The neurological medical surgical unit at Medical City North Hills has been recognized as a Unit of Distinction Honoree in an annual program that recognizes and rewards exemplary patient care within the entire HCA Healthcare system, Medical City Healthcare’s parent company.