The Arizona Pain Network began offering pain management appointments for patients injured in auto accidents within the last 24 hours.

2. 5 countries prioritizing stem cell treatments

Written by Adam Schrag | Monday, 24 April 2017 17:54
Five countries lead the way in stem cell medication clinical trials administered between 1999 and 2016, according to The National Institute of Food and Drug Safety in South Korea.

3. 5 physicians comment on March for Science

Written by Adam Schrag | Monday, 24 April 2017 17:48
Many physicians attended the March for Science with thousands of people this past weekend in Washington, D.C., according to Medscape.
Most physicians feel the weight of their jobs' long working hours and stressful responsibilities pile up over the course of their careers. While it may be easy to succumb to physician burnout, Shaina Drummond, MD, of Dallas-based University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center revealed her tips and methods for avoiding such scenarios.
A new healthcare draft proposal earned the praise of President Donald Trump, according to U.S. News & World Report.
Partners Health Alliance seeks to help New Jersey physicians remain independent while improving their practices' quality of care and performance, according to Burlington County Times. 
Ahmed Alabbady, MD, an internal medicine physician training at Geisinger Medical Center in Danville, Pa., may have to leave the country after the government denied without explanation his request for a waiver of his visa expiration, according to a report from The Daily Item.
HHS Secretary Tom Price, MD, announced the U.S. government will give states $485 million to combat the country's opioid abuse epidemic this year, according to Wabe.
Women experience higher rates of unexplained joint pain and hypersensitivity to implant metals after total joint arthroplasty operations than men, according to a study recently published in The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery.
The American Alliance of Orthopaedic Executives highlighted how to protect orthopedic practice staff from radiation in the course of their employment.

11. CMS pushing for public hospital inspections — 6 takeaways

Written by Adam Schrag | Thursday, 20 April 2017 18:42
CMS sought to make private healthcare accreditors' hospital inspection findings public, according to Pro Publica.
Medical practices constantly seek effective strategies to maintain and improve their success while offering patients high-quality care.   As medical director of Lone Tree, Colo.-based SpineOne, Perry Haney, MD, has been at the forefront of working to keep private practices relevant and interesting for physicians and patients in the ever-changing healthcare landscape.
Atlanta-based Resurgens Orthopaedics plans to implement athenahealth's cloud-based suite of EHR, practice management and patient engagement services.
Philadelphia-based orthopedic practice Rothman Institute signed a strategic affiliation agreement with New Hyde Park, N.Y.-based Northwell Health.
When treating cancer that has spread to the spine, physicians are relying on cement to stabilize the vertebrae and improve patients' quality of life, according to CBS.
Access Healthcare named Scott Schrader its new chief commercial officer.
Boston, Mass.,-based Candescent Partners has recapitalized Mount Pleasant, S.C.-based Southeastern Spine Institute.
A study published in The Annals of Surgery and covered in The Ledger found hospitals following the World Health Organization's Surgical Safety Checklist exhibited lower post-surgery death rates.
Internal medicine physician David Kuppersmith, MD, has joined The Steadman Clinic in Vail, Colo.
Danbury (Conn.) Orthopedics opened a 40,000-square-foot facility in Danbury.
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