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Totally Laser Custom iLASIK For High Nearsightedness

It doesn’t get much happier than this!  A 23-year-old patient met up with eye surgeon, Dr. Wietharn.  Her high degree of nearsightedness made it impossible to navigate without glasses or contacts. 252 more words

ILASIK And Refractive Multifocal Cataract Surgery

Moving services out of hospital: joining up General Practice and community services?

By Policy Research Unit in Commissioning and the Healthcare System (PRUComm) (2014)

This report summarises the findings of a rapid review undertaken by PRUComm of the available evidence of what factors should be taken into account in planning for the closer working of primary and community health/care services in order to increase the scope of services provided outside of hospitals. 30 more words


Dear Phlebotomists...

Heart parents, you know this scene: you’re in the hospital with your little one – maybe it’s post-surgery or an admission for something else.  Either way, your child has been fussy or in pain and sleep has been really hard to come by.   1,194 more words


Making the most of fast track shifts part 2

And we’re back. Last post we covered some of the benefits of the fast track environment which may foster medical student education and teaching minor procedures. 448 more words

Innovative Incentives for a New Model of Health Care

By Scott Fields, MD

Many people are working to develop methods for value-based pay. In fact, the US government aims to tie 50 percent of Medicare payments to value or quality by the end of 2018. 991 more words

Alternative Payment Methodology

Patient dissatisfaction is a function of expectation vs. outcome

Are the expectations of a patient reasonable or unreasonable?  That is a good question. Sometimes yes; sometimes no.   Large medical healthcare systems all over the U.S. 564 more words

Patient Satisfaction