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Game App Spreads Knowledge About Person- Health Care

The study find that the patients and follow the talk among the healthcare staff. Now, another step in the work towards a more person-centered care; is being taken as the PCC Game app is being launched. A virtual journey for greater knowledge and with tricky questions along the way. The game app was developed on…

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Pharmacists are Closing the Cultural Gap in Health Care

The researches find that  a health care insurance change forced Bernard Macon to cut ties with his black doctor; he struggled to find another African American physician online. Then, he realized two health advocates were hiding in plain sight. Therefore At a nearby drugstore here in the suburbs outside of St. Louis; a pair of…

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Medicare Advantage Beneficiaries Run Higher Risk of Readmission

The study find that the Medicare Advantage users had higher risk-adjusted 30-day hospital readmission rates compared to traditional Medicare beneficiaries. Hospital admissions are compare for three common medical conditions. Findings from a retrospective population-based analysis are publish in Annals of Internal Medicine. The Medicare Advantage Hospital readmissions are common and cost Medicare $26 billion annually.…

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Medical Center Joins Campaign to Bring Safety in Health care

The researches find that the Healthcare launched in March 2019. It is one of the five initiatives of Time’s Up Foundation started by a group of women in the entertainment industry following the emergence of the Me Too movement. Therefore Rush is the first and only academic medical center in Illinois and among 29 signatories…

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Administration Seeks More Health Care Cost Details

The researches find that the The move, which officials said will help address skyrocketing health care costs; but comes amid other efforts by the administration to elicit more price transparency for medical care and initiatives by Congress to limit so-called surprise bills. Therefore These are the often-expensive bills consumers get when they unwittingly receive care…

Transmittion Risk Of Respiratory Viruses To Workers

Transmittion Risk Of Respiratory Viruses To Workers

A large numbers of healthcare workers risk transmitting respiratory viruses to patients; and co workers by attending work even when they have symptoms; The study found that 95% of people working in healthcare settings have working while sick; most often because the symptoms were mild or starting during their workday. The Centers for Disease Control…

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Surveying Digital Credentials in Healthcare

The researches find that the “Healthcare and Digital Credentials: Technical, Legal, and Regulatory Considerations”. Therefore This report surveys and expands upon the FSMB’s experience applying digital technologies; such as blockchain and Open Badges; but in its efforts to alleviate administrative burdens and promote best practices that can be implement by state medical boards and health…

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Attention to Health Care Needs of LGBTQ People

The researches find that the attention to the unique health care needs of the gay population and served as a catalyst for the improvements in health care seen today  though we still have far to go.” Perry N. Halkitis; dean of Rutgers School of Public Health and director of the school’s Center for Health, Identity;…

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So Many Doctors Won’t Break Bad News

The researches find that the doctors last summer to confirm the dire diagnosis stage 4 pancreatic cancer he learned the news in a way no patient should. The first physician; a specialist Naito had known for 10 years; refused to acknowledge the results of the “off-the-scale” blood test that showed unmistakable signs of advanced cancer.…

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Primary Care Could Lead to Unnecessary Testing

The researches find that the primary care. The lack of evidence to inform the guidelines isn’t that surprising; as it’s a difficult area to test with traditional study methods. It wouldn’t be ethical to only test one group of patients and not test another group with the same long-term condition, for example. Chronic diseases in…

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Big Data Facilitates Digital Transformation of Healthcare

This digital transformation of healthcare is facilitated by the rapid rise in Big Data and real-time Big Data analytics. Because The detailed findings are publish in OMICS: A Journal of Integrative Biology; therefore the peer-reviewed interdisciplinary journal published by Mary Ann Liebert; Inc., publishers. Click here to read the full-text article free on the OMICS:…

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Practical Education to Prequalifying Healthcare Students

The study find that the healthcare students wider and more practical education and training in identifying and responding to the ‘warning signs’ presented among patients they will encounter in professional life; according to a new study. Therefore Introducing effective GBV educational strategies before healthcare staff qualify would help to reduce the serious health and social…