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Clinicians Brace for AI to Transform Medicine

Artificial intelligence is coming … how will it affect medicine?       The doctor enters and pulls up the electronic medical record. The patient’s history is already there. So is the CT scan. The doctor drags and drops the image, presses the “analyze” button. An actionable diagnosis appears a moment later.   If artificial […]

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BEST YEAR of PRODUCTION in 20 years at Physician Licensing Service

  Thank you to some of the top producers at Physician Licensing Service that helped to make 2017 one of our best years on record for PHYSICIAN LICENSE ACQUISITION. We are honored to hold the title of highest rated and most used medical licensing service in the United States in 2017.     “The staff […]

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Walgreens makes telemedicine deal with NewYork-Presbyterian for Duane Reade stores

The telemedicine services will rely on software and kiosks from AmericanWell.   Walgreens has embarked on a deal with NewYork-Presbyterian health system to provide non-emergency telemedicine services at drugstore retailer Duane Reade stores around New York City, starting with a branch on Wall Street with plans to roll out to other branches in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens. […]

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How to reduce Christmas stress

“It’s the most wonderful time of the year,” but also a time when stress levels soar. We have put together some top tips to stop stress in its tracks and make the season of goodwill more enjoyable. The holidays can be a time of high stress levels, but managing stress can help you to have […]

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MICHIGAN HOUSE APPROVES INTERSTATE MEDICAL LICENSURE COMPACT

The Michigan House of Representatives passed a bill to join an interstate compact to synchronize its medical licensing regulations with those of 22 other states, allowing health care providers licensed in participating states to provide services.   OCTOBER 30, 2017 Original By Joshua Paladino Re-posted By Physician Licensing Service               […]

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State Medical Boards Slammed After New Year – Experts Suggest Applying NOW

The contract rush is real around the turn of every new calendar year for physicians looking to relocate or extend their telemed reach into new markets. Expect the medical boards to be extra busy this holiday season with all of the movement in the medical industry to expand its operations. Because of the high demand for […]

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HAPPY THANKSGIVING to all of the friends and family of PLS

PHYSICIAN LICENSING SERVICE would like to give a heartfelt thank you to all of our friends and family this holiday season and we wish the best for you and yours.         Consider our service to alleviate medical licensing pressure this season by contacting  Tony Hendricks at th@physicianlicensing.com.     Special custom pricing […]

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NewYork-Presbyterian specialists use telemedicine to treat stranded Puerto Ricans

The medical center jumped in after Hurricane Maria to deliver care services in what it calls a proof-of-concept for using telehealth tools in emergency response. Original by Bill Siwicki – posted November 09, 2017 – 02:56 PM Reposted by Physician Licensing Service   NewYork-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center sent an emergency team to work with […]

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Patients and families save time and money with telemedicine visits study finds

Patients and families who use telemedicine for sports medicine appointments saved an average of $50 in travel costs and 51 minutes in waiting and visit time, according to a new study by Nemours Children’s Health System. Each telemedicine visit also saved the health system an average of $24 per patient, researchers reported at the American […]

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Both sides of aisle agree in Congress — telemedicine is the future!

Last Thursday, in the midst of the intense debate about the future of ObamaCare, Congress held yet another hearing extoling the virtues of telehealth and remote patient monitoring, and lamenting the barriers in Medicare that are preventing seniors from accessing these new technologies in the same way as patients in the commercial market.     […]

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