|What’s Happening to our Safety Net?|
Changes, challenges of free clinics and covering the uninsured
America’s free and charity clinics are undergoing a transformation, and not necessarily in a good way. Click Here for More ...
|Shepherding a Flock|
How Shepherd’s Hope bucked trend with innovative healthcare model and thriving network of free clinics
During a critical time when free and charitable clinics for the uninsured in the United States are under increased economic pressure and in some cases closing, one nonprofit healthcare provider has adopted an unduplicated, recognized national model so highly regarded that its principal leaders were invited in 2012 to the White House as part of a delegation to discuss national intervention strategies for the uninsured.
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|By the Numbers: The Latest Stats on Cancer|
Death rates down, more work awaits
As the ‘official sponsor of birthdays,’ the American Cancer Society (ACS) found a reason to rejoice in their latest report – Cancer Facts & Figures 2015. Click Here for More ...
A marketing manifesto
With better understanding of the human genome, physicians and researchers have opened up exciting new lines of personalized medicine where providers deliver radiation with pinpoint accuracy and tailor treatments to fit a patient’s unique needs. Click Here for More ...
|Use of InterStim® Therapy Continues to Expand|
Oxford physician leads region in InterStim procedures for OAB and FI sufferers
When InterStim® therapy was FDA-approved in March 2011 for treating patients with fecal incontinence (FI) – 14 years after the federal agency approved it for use on overactive bladders (OAB) – only a scant number of specialty-trained urologists around the country began offering the innovative sacral neuromodulation therapy for bladder and bowel control. Click Here for More ...