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Study: More Americans Making Costly Dosage Mistakes When Taking Meds at Home

According to the results of a new study published in the medical journal Clinical Toxicology, more Americans are making dosage errors when self-administering drugs at home. 331 more words

Half a million chat about end-of-life plans on Medicare's dime, and why that’s a good thing

Courtesy of AJC.com | Posted 08.14.2017 | Published 08.14.2017

The 90-year-old woman in the San Diego-area nursing home was quite clear, Dr. Karl Steinberg said. She didn’t want aggressive measures to prolong her life. 786 more words

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Rocket Pace, But To Where?

Not a day goes by (or many posts on The Pulse Blog) without a discussion of the rapid increase in data breaches impacting the healthcare industry. 967 more words


Physicians Hesitant to Retire, Study Finds

Physicians Hesitant to Retire, Study Finds

By Dylan Fisher

Late-career physicians are hesitant to retire due to fear of missing the field they love, a new study from CompHealth finds… 700 more words


5am Text I Sent To My Significant Other Because My S.O. Is Sad Since Best Friend Is Going To Medical School Across The Country

No I'm not on adderal
But I did drink some green tea with honey earlier
Yeah I know
Who am I
Just finished season one and two of Rick and morty… 359 more words


Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation (RIPCPC) and Seniorlink Team Up to Improve Care

BOSTON and CRANSTON, R.I., Aug. 9, 2017 /PRNewswire/  Rhode Island Primary Care Physicians Corporation (RIPCPC), an Independent Practice Association (IPA) representing primary and specialty care physicians throughout Rhode Island, today announced that it has chosen Seniorlink Inc. 49 more words