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Archive for October, 2016

Technology to Boost Patient Participation


Date: October 5th, 2016

For this reason, Kaiser Permanente network makes use of patient portal so that care and education for the patients is well coordinated – more so those suffering from diabetes. The whole process is not geared around just getting the data and analyzing it. The network has been featured countless times due to its ability to use technology to encourage patient engagement while providing care to them.

A former executive medical director of the Colorado Permanente Medical Group from 2007-2015, William Wright, M.D., M.S.P.H, finished a family residency at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver. He has always insisted on the importance of patient participation, calling it the future blockbuster drug.

Opioid dependence causes disaster to medical services


Date: October 3rd, 2016

The study was focused on a large cohort on people who either buy self-insurance or have job-based insurance. President of Fair Health, Robin Gelburd said that the research findings indicate the magnitude nature of the opioid problem. He questioned whether the health system is well equipped to handle this medical services tsunami.

Miami Zika escalates prompting travel advisory


Date: October 1st, 2016

This is the first time that the Center for Disease Control and Prevention has released a travel advisory against a place in the continental USA. Florida health officials reported an increase in the number of people infected by the local mosquitoes from 4 to 14. The rise comprised of 2 women and 12 men. However, they refused to state whether any of the women was expectant but said that all these cases were recorded in the same neighborhood.