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AHEC makes house calls to meet specialty requests
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One of the unique features of Advanced Health Education Center is they never say "never." If there is a special educational request, they will find the experts that can deliver the training in a multitude of different formats.

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AHEC had many healthcare professionals visit for ultrasound training in 2016. The map below shows the 7 countries, 31 states within the United States, & 1 U.S. territory in red where healthcare professionals visited from this year to enhance skills or obtain a new ultrasound skill. We welcome all our visitors with a big Texas 'HOWDY!'


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  Emergency department and radiology staff get exercising for patient health
Stuff
Christchurch Hospital's emergency department, one of the busiest in Australasia, is employing a unique way to get the best for its patients. About 300 staff from the department, along with another 300 from the hospital's radiology unit, have started a 100-day exercise challenge in a bid to lead by example and encourage a healthier lifestyle among would-be patients.

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3D-printed kidneys change preop surgical planning
AuntMinnie
Even experienced nephrologists can improve their preoperative planning when 3D-printed kidneys are available, according to the results of a new study in Abdominal Radiology. 3D models can shift some surgeries to less-invasive options after the translucent printed models are used for planning.

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Hospital staff prepares for potential failure of electronic imaging services
HealthImaging
Imagine the electronic management system for imaging services fail, leaving radiologists with delayed bookings and examinations of images. Would a hospital's administration, medical staff and/or patients be ready for something like this?

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  Surprise medical billing is a scam by insurance companies
Star-Telegram (commentary)
Don R. Read, M.D. writes: "Surprise billing is a big problem — physicians agree with our patients. It's easy to understand why someone with health insurance gets frustrated with an unexpected bill for dozens or even thousands of dollars from a physician, hospital or medical provider."

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