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Alaska Now Modernized with Satellite Enabled Telemedicine

Remote Alaska Port Clinic Goes Modern With Satellite Enabled Telemedicine Posted: By Associated Press and Rachel D’oro – Sep 22, 2016 Beginning Thursday, Sept. 22, the Anchorage hospital will virtually beam critical care doctors 800 miles away to the emergency room of the clinic to assist staffers there during medical emergencies, thanks to a satellite link […]

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Mayo Clinic Delivers Solutions for Stroke Patients

When a stroke occurs, every minute counts. It is estimated that almost half of Americans live more than an hour away from a primary stroke center. As the first medical center in Arizona to study telemedicine as a means of serving stroke patients in non-urban settings, Mayo Clinic’s telestroke service aims to bridge that gap […]

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Important Information for Physicians Licensed in Kentucky

Recent legislation in Kentucky requires all physicians licensed in Kentucky authorized to prescribe or dispense controlled substances to register with the eKASPER system. This includes physicians who are licensed in Kentucky and practicing out of state. Failure to register may result in action against a physician’s license. Registration is free & available at http://chfs.ky.gov/os/oig/KASPER.htm.

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5 Health Conditions to Treat through Telemedicine

With the shortage of physicians and patient wait times becoming ailing concerns in the scope of our country’s healthcare dilemma, telemedicine and technological innovation offers solutions to tackle some of these challenges. . Telehealth applications derived from cellular & satellite networking services are growing rapidly in the market, providing significant value to healthcare. The following […]

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Indiana & Immunization – “MyVaxIndiana”

Indiana State Department of Health Takes Strides to Improve Immunization Rates BLANK Starting in July, the Indiana State Department of Health will introduce an online tool, “MyVaxIndiana,” allowing the public to directly access their immunization records. Join them for their online Webinar on Wednesday, May 30th from Noon to 1:30 pm where you’ll be introduced […]

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RSNA 2011

PLS gears up for RSNA 2011 in Chicago For a fourth consecutive year, PLS will attend the RSNA (Radiological Society of North America) Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL. Participation in this massive exhibit of the latest innovations in medicine, energy of the brightest minds, and explosiveness of positive change & […]

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“Labs on a Chip”

Detecting Diseases in the Field Can the most modern of technologies help solve the health woes in the poorest countries in the world? Some biomedical engineers say yes. They are designing diagnostic laboratories that fit on something as small as a credit card, and give results in minutes instead of hours or days. These devices […]

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Solving a Healthcare Crisis

Anthony Atala: Printing Human Organs When we come across stories of this magnitude, we find it necessary to put off discussing medical licensure & bring to you slightly more compelling topics, like this TEDTALK presenting the incredible advances being made in the engineering of human organs & how this ingenuity is capable of solving a major […]

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