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Jan 4th, 2013

Southern CA (San Diego) VA Medical Center Any State License Accepted!
Worldwide Medical Services - San Diego , CA
Internal Medicine
Worldwide Medical Services - Sacramento area , CA
Assistant Medical Director
Worldwide Medical Services - San Francisco , CA
Internal Medicine - AZ
Catalina Medical Recruiters - , AZ
Internal Medicine - OK
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Private Practice Rockville MD Opportunity
Worldwide Medical Services - Silver Spring , MD
Physician Assistant & Nurse Practitioner in the San Francisco Bay Area (San Jose)
CEP America - San Jose , CA
Anesthesiologist,Pain for San Antonio Air Force
Worldwide Medical Services - San Antonio , TX
Pediatric Emergency Medicine Director in Northern California (Sacramento)
CEP America - Sacramento , CA
Primary Care Internist
West Kauai Medical Center - Waimea , HI
Physician/Medical Director
Aegis Medical Systems, Inc. - Merced and Modesto , CA

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Physicians are Finding it More Difficult to Retain Independent Practice (To Counterbalance that, Upcoming Issues of PCR Will Spotlight Success Stories of Independent Physicians)

Congressional Testimony …before the US House of Representatives
“The decline of solo and small physician practices” by Mark Smith

The Arc of Physician Practice Those who remember the 1970s television show “Marcus Welby, M.D.” may still have an image in mind of physicians as small business owners running their own practices, perhaps with the assistance of a younger partner or associate.
This classic model of independent, small physician practice still exists, but it is rapidly becoming an anachronism. Today, physicians are more likely to...

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E-MD Cyber Crime Protection

Doctor did you know that all of your sensitive patient data can fit on one flash drive? Cyber Liability & Data Breach Insurance for Medical Practices. Protect Your Patient's Financial and Medical Data With "E-MD".

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A Breakthrough Paradigm in Pharma

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Discover important relationships between domains not found by a conventional search. In the Pharma world, a user seeking information on a particular drug is immediately alerted to relevant data in disease states, related drugs, and even patient data at the hospital level. A fast, reliable tool, IntelliDex RX has the capacity to reduce liability through elimination of common errors and greater control of relevant information, decreasing the probability of morbidity and mortality related to untoward drug interactions.

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Worldwide Medical

Worldwide Medical is the perfect staffing solution for your company. WWM operates 24 hours a day, 7 days a week so that you don't have to.Click the link below to find out more...

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Medicine & Public Health Intensive Hybrid Course in Ft. Worth, TX

Concern over healthcare for all people continues to grow, fueled by economic globalization, worldwide news coverage, and the ease with which an epidemic or disaster in distant lands can affect other nations within hours. There also exists a heartening sense of caring that motivates individuals to respond with compassion and action to those who are most in need.

At the completion of the INMED International Medicine & Public Health Intensive Hybrid Course, students in the context of a low-resource community will be able to:

  • Advocate for literacy, economic development, and effective interventions to promote health and prevent death and disability
  • Prevent, diagnose and treat the leading diseases of poverty
  • Prevent, diagnose and treat HIV infection
  • Assure that healthcare interventions are culturally appropriate
  • Effectively mitigate and respond to disaster events
  • Design effective health interventions as part of a leadership team
  • Demonstrate technical proficiency in relevant clinical skills

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Vitamin D Linked to Cognitive Acuity

Jan 4th, 2013

Whereas some studies suggest that low Vitamin D has associates with cognitive decline among older adults, the relationship is not well understood. Cedric Annweiler, from Angers University Hospital (France), and colleagues studied data from 498 community-dwelling women who participated in the Toulouse cohort of the Epidemiology of Osteoporosis study. Among this population, women who developed Alzheimer's disease had lower baseline vitamin D intakes (an average of 50.3 micrograms per week) than those who developed other dementias (an average of 63.6 micrograms per week) or no dementia at all (an average of 59.0 micrograms per week), findings that suggest that higher vitamin D dietary intake associates with a lower risk of developing Alzheimer's disease. Separately, Yelena Slinin, from the VA Medical Center (Minnesota, USA), and colleagues analyzed data collected on 257 community-dwelling older...

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