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  1. Hospitals Paying 'Lip Service' to Supporting Physician MobilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Health Data Management

    ... a way forward, Malkary says. The first is to tackle the issue of nurses' devices. "If we can solve the problem with nursing, which is a more defined and contained problem, we have the same exact platform that can extend itself to the physician ...

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  2. Nurses to picket outside Cincinnati VA hospital on FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WLWT-TV Cincinnati

    ... which may not be familiar with their needs. "Some of the issues we see are shortages of staffing on our in-patient nursing units. We have a high turnover and our nurses are burnt out. We also have shortages in our out-patient areas and we're asking ...

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  3. A Sleep Well At Night REIT That Just Boosted Its DividendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seeking Alpha

    ... care real estate through 5 products: medical office (13%), hospitals (5%), senior housing (37%), post-acute/skilled nursing (31%), and life science (14%). As of the latest reporting period (Q3-14), HCP owned 1,191 properties that generated around ...

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  4. CCAC health professionals are on strike Friday morning across Ontario, including LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The London Free Press

    The Ontario Nurses Association announced Friday morning that CCAC health professionals in Ontario are on strike Friday morning, including the London workers who serve more than 60,000 people a year. In announcing the strike, the ONA said it had been seeking small wage increases equal to the percentages given to other members in the hospital, public health and long-term care sectors.

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  5. Dumped, Abandoned, Abused: Women in India's Mental Health InstitutionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Inter Press Service

    Women in India's mental health institutions often face systematic abuse that includes detention, neglect and violence. Credit: Shazia Yousuf/IPS - Following the birth of her third child, Delhi-based entrepreneur Smita* found herself feeling "disconnected and depressed", often for days at a stretch.

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  6. Canadian seniors wait longer to see MD: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | InsideHalton.com

    A new report says Canadian seniors have longer waits to see a health provider when they need medical attention compared with older people in 10 other high-income countries. However, older Canadians say that when they do see their doctor the results are more positive for many aspects of their care.

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  7. Sharie C. Lockhart Releases Patty Prepares for Her Little BrotherRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | BroadwayWorld.com

    The neonatal intensive care unit is a place filled with strong emotions as doctors and nurses work to save infant lives. Author Sharie C. Lockhart , a certified pediatrician specializing in neonatology , draws from her experiences in the NICU to write her new children's book, " Patty Prepares for her Little Brother : A book created to help families understand the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit" .

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  8. Hospital bed-blocking experiencesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newsday

    As winter pressures hit hospitals and lead to bed-blocking, reporter Roger Pinney shares first-hand experiences after his 88-year-old mother became a patient at busy Glan Clwyd Hospital in Denbighshire. A couple of weeks ago, I happened to interview the Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board's medical director about winter pressures.

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  9. Greater awareness of hereditary angioedema by medical community will...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Canada NewsWire

    The recent publication of new Canadian guidelines for management of the rare disorder is a first step, and will hopefully lead to greater awareness of HAE in the medical community, speeding diagnosis and access to appropriate treatment for Canadian patients. The lack of awareness of the disease and recognition of the symptoms results in patients waiting eight or more years for a correct diagnosis.

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  10. Why aren't there any human doctors in Star Wars?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | PhysOrg Weblog

    ... Star Wars, Jones predicts that the health care providers of the future will continue to emerge from medical and nursing schools, not from android factories. "But there will be a difference," he says. "The students of the future will spend less time ...

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  11. State bill would exempts LTC facilities from liquor permitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | McKnightsonline.com

    Nursing homes should be allowed to serve alcohol to residents without having to pay excise taxes or permits, according to a group of Indiana seniors who want to gain an exemption from the state. Three residents of the Meadowood Retirement Community spearheaded a legislative drive after their community was cited by state inspectors for violating the law.

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  12. A&E figures show fresh improvementRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Andover Advertiser

    Waiting times in accident and emergency departments at NHS hospitals in England have improved for the third week in succession, but still failed to meet the target of 95% of patients seen within four hours. Statistics released by NHS England showed that 93% of patients were admitted, transferred or discharged within the four-hour limit in the week ending January 25, up from 92.4% the previous week.

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  13. East Kent Hospital Trust's chief executive Chris Bown's A 294,000...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Kent Online

    The beleaguered Kent and Canterbury Hospital's new interim chief executive will earn a jaw-dropping 294,000 for a year's work despite only working a four-day week. Chris Bown's astonishing pay packet - more than double the Prime Minister's salary - has been branded "disgraceful" by a nursing union.

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  14. California Labor's Civil Wars ContinueRead the original story

    Yesterday | Counterpunch

    In the first big strike of the year, 3,500 California health care workers took to the picket line at Kaiser Permanente, the nation's largest health care provider . Therapists, psychologists, optical workers, dieticians, social workers, psychiatric nurses, health educators and other members of the National Union of Healthcare Workers began their week-long strike early Monday morning, January 12, striking three dozen California facilities.

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  15. The Osborn In Rye Announces Senior Management ChangesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Rye Daily Voice

    ... senior vice president of health-care services, Anderson was the administrator of The Osborn's long-and short-term nursing facility, The Pavilion, for 15 years. In this new role, Anderson will oversee all of the day-to-day operations of The Osborn. ...

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  16. Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey Expands Patient-Centered ProgramsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Paramus Post

    Delivering Better Care to More Than 750,000 Horizon Members - Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of New Jersey announced the expansion of their patient-centered programs dedicated to improving patient care coordination, reducing unnecessary costs and improving the patient experience. The expansion means more than 750,000 members are now being treated by doctors in Horizon BCBSNJ's patient-centered programs.

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  17. Flu bug continues to take a bite out of residentsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Portland Tribune

    The current flu season has not yet stopped heating up, and citizens are not getting much help from this year's flu shot. According to Gerry Ewing, spokesman for Tuality Healthcare in Hillsboro, the vaccine being used to combat the seasonal bug is not doing the trick.

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  18. School's heart trio asking people to support Wear Red DayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | York Press

    ... and then three days on the cardiology ward before being discharged. "The care at LGI was absolutely amazing, all the nursing staff, doctors and surgeons were very caring and committed to ensuring we were all well looked after. We stayed in a flat ...

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  19. Mt Ousley man's passion for snakes despite biteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Illawarra Mercury

    ... for the next seven days to stop blood poisoning." Mr Mather - who teaches others how to avoid snake bites - has been nursing his red and swollen finger, and his pride, ever since. "Sometimes when you pick up a pallet of bricks or other building ...

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  20. Barrack Heights woman's Fijian breast cancer giftRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Illawarra Mercury

    Barrack Heights woman Lily De Santis last year packed suitcases containing more than 200 kilograms of breast prostheses and bras and flew to Fiji to hand them out to breast cancer survivors. Lily De Santis with some of the bras and prostheses she gives to Fijian victims of breast cancer.

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