Pain management plays a crucial role in the perceived success of personalised therapies...
Opioids: a healthcare crisis decades in the making
Pain management plays a crucial role in the perceived success of personalised therapies among many patients.
One in three cases of chronic lymphocytic leukaemia is asymptomatic
Chronic lymphocytic leukaemia (CLL) is a type of cancer of the white blood cells (lymphocytes). The natural history of this enigmatic disease is heterogeneous, as some patients live out their lives without requiring treatment and die of causes unrelated to CLL, whereas others have rapidly progressive disease requiring treatment within a few months of diagnosis.
Medical alliance Canopy Health expands network of hospitals
Canopy Health, a physician- and hospital-owned medical alliance, has added Good Samaritan Health System, Dignity Health Sequoia Hospital and Dignity Health Medical Network — Sequoia to its network in the US.
NHS makes emergency plans in 14 trusts after Carillion liquidation
NHS has initiated emergency plans to stop disruption to essential services across 14 hospital trusts following the liquidation of construction and services company Carillion.
Select Medical, Banner Health to manage hospitals in Arizona and Phoenix
American health care firms Select Medical and Banner Health have agreed to establish a joint venture (JV) to manage 38 physical therapy centres in Arizona and four acute inpatient rehabilitation hospitals located in Phoenix.
ApolloMed’s NMM, Accountable IPA partner to manage 160,000 patients
Network Medical Management (NMM), a management services organisation of Apollo Medical Holdings, has signed a management services agreement (MSA) with Accountable Health Care IPA in California to manage 160,000 patients.
University of Florida Health installs 16 portable DR imaging systems
University of Florida Health has installed 16 Carestream DRX-Revolution Mobile X-ray Systems that enable the health care providers to capture thousands of patient exams every month.
Is the world ready for the next global disease epidemic?
Ease and frequency of international travel have made the world one big contagion hub. Global epidemics are a very real threat and with that comes the need to anticipate and prepare for the next major disease outbreak.