In the span of the last five years, use and implementation of electronic health records in the U.S. has dramatically accelerated because of federal mandates and financial incentives directly related the meaningful use program. Because...
Researchers at the Cedars-Sinai Heart Institute have found that injections of cardiac stem cells might help reverse heart damage caused by Duchenne muscular dystrophy, potentially resulting in a longer life expectancy for patients...
A Ugandan man hospitalized in Germany for the Ebola virus was treated with a biofiltration device that the creators believe will change the landscape in the fight against viral pathogens. The Aethlon Medical team has created a device...
Screening asymptomatic diabetes patients in order to detect and manage coronary artery disease is no more effective in preventing heart attacks and strokes than therapy to reach medical management goals, researchers reported here.
Classic healthcare research has centered on studying a group of individuals and then extrapolating the findings to the general population. In this context, evaluating the association between nonrandomized exposures and clinical outcomes can yield interesting, hypothesis-generating...
Newly targeted immune therapies soon may enable clinicians to treat very large patient populations to whom they've had very little to offer before. But researchers can envision even more breathtaking advances in personalized care.
The Journal of Managed Care Medicine (JMCM) has released its new website at www.jmcmpub.org. The website...
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