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AIS welcomes Siemens Service Engineer Veteran Jeff Green to the company
Associated Imaging Services
Associated Imaging Services announced that Jeff Green, a Siemens Nuclear Medicine Veteran, has joined the company to further develop their growing portfolio of regional and national accounts. Jeff Green comes with a wealth of experience within the Industry, having spent the last eight years at Siemens Healthcare where Jeff was a team leader while providing superior SPECT, PET and CT service.



  4 secrets to CEO productivity
By Kristen McAlister
The executives you see on the cover of Forbes magazine didn't make it on a fluke. They made it there with a combination of hard work and productive habits. Working those extra hours certainly helps, but that alone isn't the key to success. The one thing most successful people have in common is their passion and productive lifestyle.


3 ways hospitals can increase profitability in 2016
Becker's Hospital Review
While 2016 appears to be a grim time for some hospitals, especially smaller rural facilities that would be happy with a break-even balance sheet, there are steps hospitals and health systems of all sizes can take to boost their finances this year.


Small, tablet-sized ultrasound devices may help midwives figure out C-section candidates
News Medical
Midwives need more than fingers to figure out who the C-section candidates are. Small, tablet-sized ultrasound devices may be the key. For over a hundred years, midwives and doctors have used their fingers to check on delivery progress. But predicting which women will need to give birth by caesarean delivery has always proved extraordinarily difficult.


  Topical testosterone restorative for hypogonadal men
Renal & Urology News
Application of once-daily topical testosterone effectively restores normal testosterone levels in men, according to a study published in The Journal of Urology. Gerald Brock, MD, from the University of Western Ontario in London, Canada, and colleagues conducted a randomized trial in which testosterone and placebo were compared in 715 adult men with total testosterone less than 300 ng/dL and at least one symptom of testosterone deficiency.


Rising healthcare costs may mean increased liability for docs
Diagnostic Imaging
Healthcare costs are continuing to rise in spite of the Affordable Care Act implementation. For medical-professional liability insurers, these rising costs may be an ominous sign. There is a growing belief that rising healthcare costs may lead to increased liability risks for physicians.


Moderate drinking could lower heart attack, heart failure risk
Medical News Today
According to the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, almost 87 percent of adults in the U.S. have consumed alcohol at some point in their lifetime, and more than 56 percent have had a drink in the past month. While there is no doubt that excessive alcohol use is detrimental to health, studies are increasingly suggesting that moderate drinking may have its benefits.


  Prevention driving increase in mastectomies
The overall mastectomy rate rose 36 percent from 2005 to 2013, even though "the incidence of breast cancer overall remained stable," according to the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. The rate of bilateral mastectomies jumped 226 percent over that time period, going from 9.1 per 100,000 adult women in 2005 to 29.7 per 100,000 in 2013.



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