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In Case You Missed It: Week of Oct. 31, 2014

Posted on Fri, Oct 31, 2014
In Case You Missed It: Week of Oct. 31, 2014

“In Case You Missed It” is a weekly roundup of popular healthcare headlines.

EBOLA

-New Jersey Quarantine Unwarranted, Some Emergency Physicians Say. "At the American College of Emergency Physicians assembly in Chicago, where the specter of Ebola hung in the air, some emergency room physicians and doctors agreed that..." continue reading on Newsweek.com >>

Dead Hearts Transplanted Into Patients for First Time. "In a medical first, surgeons at St Vincent's Hospital in Sydney have transplanted hearts from dead bodies into patients." Learn more about this medical breakthrough on Mashable.com.

7-On/7-Off is Growing, but Will We be Asked to Peel it Back? "The new SHM/MGMA State of Hospital Medicine (SOHM) report has just been released and as always it is full of interesting nuggets about the way hospital medicine is practiced these days in our country. One fact/trend caught my eye. The number of 7-on/7-off scheduled programs is climbing." continue to HospitalMedicine.org >>

PHOTOS

Senior residents and experienced providers were invited to interview with up to 12 hospitals at EmCare’s inaugural Hiring Conference at The Hotel Hershey in Hershey, PA, hosted by EmCare’s North Division! Click here to view the event photos!

11/6: EmCare's Inaugural Cook County Crash Course (C4)

11/11: Proven Strategies to Advance your Emergency Department: 2-day Studer Group event featuring Dr. Kirk Jensen

1/13/15: EAST Annual Scientific Assembly

 

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