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Archive for July, 2017

Health Data Exchange Fails To Meet the Hopes of the Patients


Date: July 7th, 2017

Health related data from different providers is critical to the provision of high quality healthcare. At least, that is what patients think. In a survey that was carried out by Humana Subsidiary Transcend Insights, it was determined that 97% of patients would like healthcare organizations to have access to all of their patient records.

According to 87 percent of the survey’s nearly 2,600 respondents, this access is crucial for good health care, even for a certification as simple as first aid certification. In addition, 92% of patients involved in the survey said that for best healthcare, it was important that provider data access be granted for more personalized care. There were 2,600 participants, 87% agree that provider data access is very important.

Moving a premature baby to a NICU facility is always complicated


Date: July 5th, 2017

Having a bay is a lot of fun for the mother, her friends and the entire family. However, when a baby is born prematurely, then that could pose a nightmare, especially when the local hospital does not have a neonatal intensive care unit. For example, consider when a mom has a premie baby in Kerrville area, with the long distance between the area and Gillespie County, Austin or San Antonio where you find the neonatal intensive care units. The journey can be quite harrowing.

Reduction of Salt Improves Your Health


Date: July 3rd, 2017

A research that was done on people with chronic kidney disorder on the use of slat turned out positive when they showed some improvement on their blood pressure. They were allowed to prepare their own diets to eliminate any misconceptions could the food have been prepared somewhere else, for instance by bls healthcare provider in the research team.

Milestone in Conquering Diabetes through Surgery for Weight Loss


Date: July 1st, 2017

Weight loss surgery can now help obese people suffering from diabetes. Evidence shows that surgery benefits such people more than when they take medication only. Further, the research showed that five years after undergoing this surgery, the quality of life for these people had improved a great deal. In fact, some of them did not need to take insulin. In comparison to the people who took medication alone, this was a great improvement.

Dr. Philip Schauer, lead researcher and director of the Cleveland Clinic Bariatric and Metabolic Institute in Ohio, said that a third of the people who undertook surgery were able to come out of diabetes completely, with their blood sugar levels returning to normal and to such an extent that they did not require to take medication anymore.

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