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Primary-care​ doc​ pay​ rises​ with​ demand, but​ the industry disparity​ is​ still​ large

One of the lingering challenges to recruit more individuals to pursue a career in primary care has been the large wage differential found between those specialties and more specialized clinical fields.  307 more words


Price Transparency In Medicine Faces Stiff Opposition — From Hospitals And Doctors

The article below was published on July 25, 2017 by Kaiser Health News, written by Rachel Bluth.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Two years after it passed unanimously in Ohio’s state Legislature, a law meant to inform patients what health care procedures will cost is in a state of suspended animation. 1,079 more words

Diversified Group

Disrupting Health Innovation

While technology based innovation in healthcare is not new, the growing diversity of US (and Global) populations combined with the significant lack of diversity in the tech sector, represent both a problem with potentially far reaching consequences and an opportunity with transformative potential. 919 more words


Report Details Amounts Paid for Procedures at Oregon Hospitals

Data show variations in amounts paid for procedures.

Reimbursement for the same procedures vary among hospitals operating in the same region and across the state, according to a new report from the Oregon Health Authority (OHA). 38 more words

Health Authority

Quick Medical Emergency by Air Ambulance in Indore and Jabalpur

What are you all are searching for? Are you waiting for an emergency patients care? Or for an emergency air ambulance patients transfer services?

Now, here you have an emergency… 276 more words

Health & Wellness

Texas Senate Votes To Compile Data On Complications From Abortions

AUSTIN (AP) — The Texas Senate has again voted to require hospitals and clinics to report complications from abortions performed statewide, and have health officials produce an annual report compiling that data. 117 more words