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Week in Review | May 20, 2013

Heather Langone May 20, 2013

Headlines Attacking MRSA with metals from antibacterial clays Nearly Half The Country Doesn’t Know Health Law Exists Swell Of Goodwill For First Medicare Chief Confirmed Since 2004 Gosnell Verdict Raises Questions About Access To Abortions Researchers shocked by new statistics on head injuries among people who are homeless Massachusetts’ health care reform didn’t raise hospital… Continue Reading »


Week in Review | May 13, 2013

Heather Langone May 12, 2013

Headlines President Asks Moms For Help Promoting Obamacare Better dyes for imaging technology Hospital safety shows little progress Integrated care: The bridge between quality and efficiency Dramatically Different Medicare Bills Set Hospitals Thinking New 3-D technology to treat atrial fibrillation War spawns new approaches for wounded service members’ pain care U.S. has highest first-day infant… Continue Reading »


A 9/11 Hero Needs Your Help…Now!

Heather Langone May 10, 2013

When the country needed Steve Bonano, he raced to the twin towers without a second thought. A first responder during the 9/11 terror attacks, Bonano worked there tirelessly for weeks. Now 50 year old Chief Steve Bonano needs you, his fellow Americans, to step up in his hour of need.  Said his employer Forest City Executive… Continue Reading »


The Week in Review | May 6, 2013

Heather Langone May 6, 2013

Headlines Oral drops can give kids needle-free relief from asthma, allergies Medicaid coverage improved healthcare utilization, but not outcomes Targeted screening can reduce spread of C. diff infection Capitol Hill Caught Up In Health Act’s Sticky Situation Political Battle Over Health Law Starts Next Chapter Foster care a sound choice for some maltreated children Portable… Continue Reading »


Week in Review | April 29, 2013

Heather Langone April 29, 2013

Headlines Horror and heroism: Watching Boston while 3,000 miles from home Heart failure costs will double by 2030, warns heart association 500 groups urge Congress to kill IPAB CMS rejects delaying Pioneer ACOs’ performance-based pay Passion and purpose: Taking healthcare to new levels New study confirms link between weight loss and blood pressure for individuals… Continue Reading »


3-D Printing: How It’s Changing the Medical Field

Michael March 21, 2013

Depending on who you ask and on what day, 3-D printing is either “revolutionizing product development,” “the home appliance of the future” or “overrated.” One thing it is inarguably doing is changing the medical landscape. From casts to dental implants to even live skin cells, the development and advancement of 3-D printing has had a… Continue Reading »

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