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2014/04/19 13:44
2014/04/19 13:44
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Cheers: Necessity, they say, is the mother of invention, but it also might be the mother of a new medical school in Washington. Elson Floyd, president of Washington State University, has floated the...
2014/04/19 13:44
2014/04/19 13:44
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2014/04/18 21:50
2014/04/18 21:50
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Martin Kanovsky, an internist in Chevy Chase, Md., used to see patients every 15 minutes and worry at times about what he might be missing by moving so fast. In December, the 61-year-old doctor...
2014/04/17 21:35
2014/04/17 21:35
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By Ashley Barker The next president of the Medical University of South Carolina will be Dr. David J. Cole. The board of trustees chose Cole, current MUSC chairman of the Department of Surgery,...
2014/04/17 19:16
2014/04/17 19:16
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CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- Could the new President of the Medical University of South Carolina be named in the very near future? That is the question surrounding a special called meeting by MUSC's...
2014/04/14 15:19
2014/04/14 15:19
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Would you mind if a dozen total strangers sat in on your next doctor visit? While shared medical appointments may seem like a radical departure from traditional one-on-one care, they've made steady...
2014/04/14 11:41
2014/04/14 11:41
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Martin Kanovsky, an internist in Chevy Chase, Md., used to see patients every 15 minutes and worry at times about what he might be missing by moving so fast. In December, the 61-year-old doctor...
2014/04/13 22:45
2014/04/13 22:45
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SPOKANE — Medical officials predict an aging population and expanded health coverage under the Affordable Care Act will contribute to doctor shortages across the nation. In response to the projected...
2014/04/13 13:51
2014/04/13 13:51
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A shortage of medical residency programs in South Florida is making it difficult to meet the region's need for more new doctors as the growing population ages. Residencies are required training for...
2014/04/11 21:59
2014/04/11 21:59
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MUSC announces three presidential finalistsPosted: Friday, April 11, 2014 5:21 PM EDTUpdated: Friday, April 11, 2014 5:21 PM EDT (L-R) Dr. David Cole, Dr. Joanne Conroy, Dr. Ora Pescovitz (Source:...
2014/04/11 11:19
2014/04/11 11:19
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Outgoing University of Michigan Health System CEO Ora Pescovitz is a candidate for the presidency at South Carolina Medical University. Pescovitz is one of three finalists for the position, according...
2014/04/10 01:57
2014/04/10 01:57
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Here are five reasons why: First, the country already lacks enough primary-care physicians to meet our health care needs. The problem is especially dire in underserved communities, both rural and...
2014/04/09 00:22
2014/04/09 00:22
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CHICAGO — Leaders of many U.S. academic medical centers sit on the boards of some of the world’s biggest drug companies, which a study suggests raises the potential for worrisome conflicts of...
2014/04/07 15:40
2014/04/07 15:40
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The MU Health System is among the few academic healthcare providers in the U.S. that will be nationally recognized for its effort to streamline services provided at its clinics. The Association of...
2014/04/05 01:19
2014/04/05 01:19
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One is the growing deficit in primary care doctors. The shortfall is expected to reach 45,000 by 2020, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges. This dearth has been blamed on more...
2014/04/04 08:35
2014/04/04 08:35
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Ninety Alpert Medical School fourth-year students opened letters containing “the culmination of years of hard work” the day before spring break, in a shower of giant red and white balloons, said...
2014/04/04 02:03
2014/04/04 02:03
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Health care facilities in Western New York and across upstate are facing a shortage of doctors, with hospital officials saying it’s particularly challenging to recruit primary care physicians,...
2014/04/02 22:15
2014/04/02 22:15
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CHICAGO (AP) - Leaders of many U.S. academic medical centers sit on the boards of some of the world's biggest drug companies, which a study suggests raises the potential for worrisome conflicts of...
2014/04/01 23:42
2014/04/01 23:42
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MERIDIAN -- Teachers and students at a paramedics school are expressing shock after it abruptly closed, putting the future of its students and their thousands of dollars in fees in limbo. While...
2014/04/01 08:19
2014/04/01 08:19
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Tim Devitt, a family physician in rural Wisconsin, took calls on nights and weekends, delivered babies and visited his patients in the hospital. The stress took a toll, though: He retired six years...
2014/04/01 07:41
2014/04/01 07:41
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Applicants to the Yale School of Medicine during the 2014–’15 admissions cycle will face a newly revised set of admissions requirements. After reviewing the admissions criteria for prospective...
2014/04/19 13:44
2014/04/19 13:44
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