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Organizations struggle in making the transition to care management

As new reimbursement methodologies take hold, healthcare providers and insurers will need to better manage the care of patients, eventually obviating the need for claims management. However, there’s wide disparity between healthcare organizations’ understanding of the importance of total care management for patients and their ability to actually manage care. A just-completed survey by Health… Read More »

Making radiation therapy less toxic to the heart

SPOKANE, Wash. – Panshak Dakup, a WSU Spokane graduate student, received a Pre‑doctoral Fellowship from the American Heart Association. The two‑year fellowship comes with $ 53,688 to support his research, which he is conducting in the laboratory of Shobhan Gaddameedhi at the WSU College of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (CPPS). “We are interested in pursuing this study because heart failure… Read More »

Food poisoning: How to avoid your turkey making you SICK on Christmas Day

Food poisoning can cause a range if symptoms including feeling sick, diarrhoea, vomiting, stomach cramps and a high temperature of 38C or above. One wrong move in your food preparation or storage can cause the infection. On Christmas Day the centrepiece of most families meals will be a traditional turkey. But while flavour and presentation… Read More »