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How Can Healthcare Companies Protect Themselves From Data Breaches?

Healthcare remains the most breached industry in 2019. Thirty-two million healthcare records were breached in the first half of this year, which is double the total for all of 2018. There are no signs that cyberattacks in the healthcare...

source: MultiBriefs
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ACPA is proud to introduce the 2020 Board of Directors.

source: ACPA

Cleft and craniofacial professionals will gather at the Hilton Portland Downtown in Portland, OR for ACPA’s 77th Annual Meeting to learn across multiple disciplines, discuss new and old ideas with those experienced in the field and explore advances in research, clinical...

source: ACPA

On this week’s Giving Tuesday, ACPA President Bernard J. Costello, DMD, MD, FACS challenged the entire ACPA community, from members to families, to a $2,000 match. Rather than simply meeting the match, our community exceeded above and beyond the President’s...

source: ACPA

Little is currently known about the mechanisms by which pathogenic variants of FGFR2 produce changes in the FGFR protein and influence the clinical presentation of affected individuals. We report on...

source: SAGE Journals

We describe a case of the combined use of acellular dermal matrix and pedicled buccal fat pad (BFP) in a wide U-shaped cleft palate repair. Acellular dermal matrix was used as a “patch”...

source: SAGE Journals

The gold standard for diagnosis of craniosynostosis is a clinical examination and motionless head computed tomography (CT). Computed tomography sedation is associated with increased cost, resource utilization, medical, and possible...

source: SAGE Journals


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