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Top Medical Apps For Doctors

Feb18 Top Medical Apps For Doctors Mobile apps for doctors help organize their workflow, learn more about medicine, and interact with patients. For example, one of the most popular types of apps for physicians is doctor on demand app. It helps patients find doctors and consult with them online anytime and anywhere. Apps for doctors can be a library with …

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Tech Health Devices for Seniors to Consider

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Feb18 Tech Health Devices for Seniors to Consider When you are reaching senior age, there are various challenges that you may need to face. As you get older, you will be at more risk of developing an illness. With that in mind, there are plenty of tech health devices that can keep you active, fit and out of danger. Here …

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Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up for Real Families

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As a homeschooling mom and small business owner, I know what it’s like to be busy. You probably do too. Between kids’ events and activities, work, and keeping up with household responsibilities, moms have a lot of plates spinning. (I know, newsflash of the year.) I’m guessing I’m not alone in feeling like house cleaning is usually the first thing …

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Leveraging Virtual Care Technology for Efficient Transitions of Care

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Feb18 Leveraging Virtual Care Technology for Efficient Transitions of Care By Lee Horner, CEO, Synzi. Lee Horner Care transitions, such as pre- and post-admissions and pre- and post-surgery, are pivotal points for ensuring adherence to the care plan and improved outcomes. However, organizations have historically struggled to keep patient engaged and compliant with the care plan during these transitions – …

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Lessons Learned From Finland | Wellness Mama Podcast

Lessons From Finland: 8 Things We Can All Learn

232: Lessons Learned From Finland: 8 Things We Can All Learn &nbsp I recently shared about my trip to northern Finland (Lapland), where I learned to embrace (lots of) snow, eat reindeer, ride on a dog sled, sleep in an igloo, and even took a polar plunge in a freezing river, among other things! This adventure was possible thanks to …

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Attorney Matthew Fisher Discusses Proposed HHS Interoperability Rule

Matthew Fisher

Feb17 Attorney Matthew Fisher Discusses Proposed HHS Interoperability Rule Matthew Fisher Matthew Fisher, attorney at Mirick O’Connell, a Massachusetts-based law firm, spoke to Electronic Health Reporter during HIMSS19, following the release of a new proposed rule by HHS. The proposed rule outlines potential sanctions and penalties placed upon healthcare organizations and physicians that keep information from patients, known as information …

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Is a Plant-Based Diet Best for Us?

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Over the last few years, I’ve felt an increasing unrest at something I’ve observed in real food communities and groups…. Mainly the idea that there is one specific diet that is great for everyone, and that each group seems to have found this holy grail of protocols. The research continually points to personalization and diet variation as keys for overall …

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