Office-based opioid treatment (OBOT) provider ARS Treatment Centers has opened three new facilities...
- ARS Treatment Centers opens three opioid treatment facilities in New Jersey
- UK government provides £963m funding for NHS in England
- UK’s Croydon University Hospital opens emergency department
- Los Angeles hospital identifies developmental stage of retinoblastoma
- Is binge eating disorder primarily an American problem?
NHS adopts digital alert technology to detect sepsis
The National Health Service (NHS) has stated that the deployment of a new ‘alert and action’ technology, which uses algorithms to detect sepsis by reading patients’ vitals and alerting the medics about the condition, has saved hundreds of lives in the UK.
ARS Treatment Centers opens three opioid treatment facilities in New Jersey
Office-based opioid treatment (OBOT) provider ARS Treatment Centers has opened three new facilities at Hamburg, Lanoka Harbor, and Pennsauken in New Jersey, the US.
Half of hospital doctors in UK not adequately prepared for major incidents, finds survey
About 50% of doctors working at key hospitals in the UK who are likely to be involved in responding to major incidents, such as the Manchester Arena terror attack or Grenfell Tower fire in London, are not adequately prepared, according to a survey conducted by researchers of Oxford University.
The Rehabilitation Hospital of Montana opens in US
Kindred Healthcare, Billings Clinic and St. Vincent Healthcare open The Rehabilitation Hospital in Billings, Montana.
Pinnacle Treatment Centers opens Vineland Treatment Services in New Jersey
Pinnacle Treatment Centers (PTC), a provider of treatment for adult men and women struggling with substance use disorders, has opened Vineland Treatment Services, at Vineland, New Jersey.
El Camino Hospital introduces lung valve treatment for COPD/Emphysema
El Camino Hospital has performed the new lung valve treatment for patients with severe COPD/emphysema in California.
University of Warwick survey reveals rise in GP intentions to quit
A new survey by University of Warwick researchers in the UK has identified a rise in GP intentions to leave or cut hours since 2014.
US releases updated seasonal flu guidance after almost a decade
The Infectious Diseases Society of America (IDSA) recently re-issued the clinical practice guidelines for seasonal influenza, last updated in 2009.
Malaria eradication: rising incidence shows there is a long road ahead
After two decades of decline, malaria cases are significantly increasing in some parts of the world, especially Africa, prompting concern that much more is needed to combat the epidemic.
ADA’s 2019 Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes targets CV risk
In December 2018, the American Diabetes Association (ADA) published its yearly version of Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes.