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Archive for February, 2014

Medical students are more concerned of being desensitized to patients who are dying


Date: February 28th, 2014

Dying patients and their families need information, spiritual and emotional supportThe death of a patient comes with great emotions, not just for the patient but also for the medical team and family.

A look at Rheumatism Treatment


Date: February 27th, 2014

The main goals of Rheumatism TreatmentsRheumatism is a term used basically to encompass the non-inflammatory and inflammatory forms arthritis and pain syndromes.

End of life decision making and persistent vegetative state covered by the media


Date: February 26th, 2014

When the media focuses more on making money rather than informing the publicExamination of Schiavo’s neurological condition

The popular ‘Schiavo Case’ was discussed widely from ethical, medical and social standpoints, not just in US but all over the world.

President Bush policy on MCOs criticized by many as an unwise decision


Date: February 25th, 2014

Managed care companies allowed by Bush administration policy to limit covered for emergency care for Medicaid beneficiariesThe announcement was made in a letter that was sent last month to the state Medicaid directors and it removes the restrictions imposed back in 1997 as provided for in the Balanced Budget Act,

Key issues on health reform implementation


Date: February 24th, 2014

A critical look at the new health care legislationsAs per this law, health plans are also barred from demanding prior authorization for the emergency services. Mandate is also given that the plans should follow the rule of ‘prudent layperson.’