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In Case You Missed It

Posted on Fri, Sep 25, 2015
In Case You Missed It

Our weekly round up of healthcare headlines.

BMI Still Best and Simplest Pediatric Adiposity Index for Predicting Respiratory Adverse Events - Anesthesiology News

Trapped in the System: A Sick Doctor’s Story - The New York Times

NPR and the False Choice of Alternative Medicine - Science-Based Medicine

What I learned about childproofing from working in the ER - KevinMD

General anesthesia-induced anaphylaxis: Impact of allergy testing on subsequent anesthesia - MDLinx

ABIM-ACCME Collaboration Helps Hospitalists Earn Credit for Continuing Medical Education - The Hospitalist

Judge tells HHS to revisit two-midnight rule's inpatient pay cut - Modern Healthcare

Surviving the rural hospital closing challenge - Healthcare Dive

Stemming The Tide Of Prescription Opioid Overuse, Misuse, And Abuse - Health Affairs Blog

Multi-Tasking in the ER: More Is Not Better - American College of Emergency Physicians

Diagnostic Error: The IOM Talks Trash (But Not Cash) - The Health Care Blog

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In Case You Missed It

Posted on Fri, Aug 14, 2015
In Case You Missed It

Our weekly round-up of headlines from around healthcare.

The attending physician’s job – role model - db's Medical Rants

A simple plan for complex patients - ACP Hospitalist

Preperitoneal continuous infusion of local anesthetics: what is the impact on surgical wound infections in humans - MDLinx

CMS delays enforcement of 'two-midnight' rule again - Becker's Hospital Review

Pain Management in the Emergency Department - EM Resident

EM Mindset: 2 Crucial Non-Clinical Cornerstones - emDocs

That Moment Between Life and Death - EP Monthly

To Address Doctor Shortages, Some States Focus on Residencies - Kaiser Health News

Despite Guidelines, Most Women With Early-Stage Breast Cancer Undergo Imaging - General Surgery News

Standalone ERs: Florida, Texas, among the latest to embrace free-standing centers - FierceHealth

A Failing Heart And The Downside Of Life-Prolonging Technology - Health Affairs

Hospitals Turn To Toyota To Make Care Safer And Swifter - NPR

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