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Many doctors-in-training have gone to work with flu symptoms, ignoring the risks of passing on bugs to vulnerable patients, a new survey shows.
Doctors in the Indian state of Chhattisgarh performed hysterectomies on poor village women without a valid medical reason in order to claim money from a national insurance scheme, the state’s health minister said on Wednesday.
What Doctors Should Expect Now: Pros and Cons
We are in the middle of a battle over the Affordable Care Act — or Obamacare, as it is known. I think many physicians are worried about what this means for their practice. They hear about the medical home. They hear about changes in evidence-based …
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Obama attempts to define politics IRS leaves out question of how much …
WHAT PROS ARE READING. Brett Norman reports, “The Obama administration released three rules Tuesday spelling out hundreds of billions of dollars worth of tax provisions meant to fund the Affordable Care Act. The health insurance tax will collect $ 8 …
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Henderson, NV (PRWEB) March 17, 2013
Cloud Medical Doctor Software Corporation (Cloud-MD) (Pink Sheets: NSCT), a leading provider of Cloud Based Practice Management (PMS), Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software solutions and Medical insurance billing services for the healthcare industry announced today that it has completed the final acquisition of Doctors Network of America in Flowood, Mississippi two years earlier than planned, and the expansion of its billing operations into the Nevada, California and Arizona markets.
Mr. Michael DeLaGarza, CEO of Cloud-MD stated, “This move strengthens our position in the medical billing services vertical and adds to our portfolio of healthcare companies. We are very pleased to announce that Mrs. Marie Krooss who is President and CEO of DNA will continue in her current position after completion of acquisition of the company. Mrs. Marie Krooss, who has worked in the medical industry for over 30 years and has extensive contacts throughout the industry, will bring her experience and leadership to ensure that Cloud-MDs will continue to expand and become a major player in the medical billing space in addition William Krooss, MD will also bring his 35 years of Medical Experience to the company. Cloud-MDs will continue to look to acquire other companies that complement our business, help us grow, and offer our clients a comprehensive range of services.”
Mrs. Marie Krooss, President of DNA stated, “My goal has always been to provide medical providers with the resources they need so that they can focus squarely on their patients instead of technology. Joining forces with Cloud-MDs allows us to aggressively grow the business and dramatically increase shareholder value. We have the ability to lower operating costs for both companies, and plan to market our combined products and services to both new and current customer bases.”
For further information about DNA go to http://www.dna.gs.
Cloud-MDs is a Cloud Based, 5010 and ICD-10 compliant, medical software solution and service, designed by experienced healthcare programmers for healthcare providers, that produces Actionable Information to help Independent Physician Practices, New Care Delivery Models (ACO), Healthcare Systems and Billing Services optimize a wide range of business processes resulting in Increased Profits, Higher Quality, Greater Efficiency, Noticeable Cost Reductions and Better Patient Care. In this era of tighter controls on healthcare spending, continued downward pressure on reimbursements by insurance companies, the lack of reliable patient balance management and unsustainable cost levels, providers are looking for new ways to remain competitive. Cloud-MDs offers Providers the tools, organization and knowledge required to accomplish these critical items and still do what they love practice medicine while simultaneously improving the health of their medical business. Major components of this ground breaking solution include Practice Management, Electronic Health Care Records, Revenue Management and a Business Intelligence (BI) Dash board.
For further information about Cloud Medical Doctor Software Corporation go to http://www.cloud-mds.com or mdlg (at) cloud-mds (dot) com.
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Question by sedcontra: Does the new health care law prohibit doctors from giving patients paper scripts?
I don’t like doctors (or actually, their staff) from calling or faxing prescriptions when they can just hand them to me. I’ve had problems with doctors not calling them in or calling the wrong pharmacy. But my child’s pediatrician told us that the new health care law prohibits (or will eventually prohibit) doctors from giving patients paper scripts. Is there any truth to this? If so, can anyone point to me where in the bill this is mandated?
Answer by Comrade Snarkovich
That is the eventual goal, but not quite as you’ve described.
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Urgent care centers are booming, which worries some doctors
Growth is expected to increase even faster in 2014, when the Affordable Care Act starts to bring health-care coverage to as many as 30 million Americans, many of whom do not have regular doctors, said Charland. While urgent care centers typically offer …
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Health care reform is topic of town meeting
The Affordable Care Act will be the topic of a meeting at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 25, at Heartwood Senior Living Community in Crosby. The speaker is Pat Kittler. Handicapped access and parking are available. Lunch may be purchased at the deli. Pat …
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Clipboard: Obama briefly lauds effects of Affordable Care Act but does not name it
President Obama made only glancing references to the Affordable Care Act when he addressed the Demcratic National Convention last night. This is about as close as he came to referencing the national health law: I refuse to ask middle class families to …
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Communities across the province continue to struggle with a shortage of doctors. There simply aren’t enough to go around. In 1986, there was also a shortage of doctors, but in this case, it was because many had gone on strike to protest Bill 94, The Health Care Accessibility Act. The bill was designed to prevent doctors from extra-billing, outside the rates set up by OHIP. The strike, which lasted 25 days, did not have the effect the doctors wanted and Bill 94 was voted into law. However, local doctors’ concerns over the condition of emergency rooms at the Civic and St. Josephs Hospitals were dealt with in very different ways. A new emergency ward at Civic Hospital was opened up a few years later, but the ER at St. Joseph’s was closed, the first step in the eventual shutdown of the entire hospital.
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Question by OCchicacaliente: What do new health care reforms mean for future doctors?
I am a freshman in college and planning on going to medical school and becoming a surgeon. In your opinion, what do Obama’s new health care reforms and overall tendencies of health care in the U.S. mean for doctors? Will they be paid less? Will it be harder for doctors to have their own practices? How will it affect patients?
Answer by thecharleslloyd
A Doctor is always going to earn good money and have a good Career. Any problems made by a government whilst in power can always be changed by the next one. Go study, save peoples life’s and earn good money. The new health reforms will not effect your career.
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NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – It may not be the first quality that most programs evaluate in their applicants, but a new study suggests athletic achievement could be the best indicator of how well a doctor-in-training will do as a resident.