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Kerala to Set Up Holistic Tourism Centre to Promote Medical Tourism

...use international insurance companies require this certification to pay their clients after they undergo treatments," said Najeeb. Balakrishnan added that the government would soon map out all hospitals in the state that are fit to welcome tourists for medical purposes. "We want these private hospitals to kee...

Interview With a Surgeon Hidden Hero of the NHS

...ncy service. Acquiring training and maintaining certification should be made imperative for all doctors. This do...top unethical practices. 10. Your views on re- certification after 5 years as planned by doctors. Re-certification as a concept is essential. The difficulty ari...

America on Brink of Allergy Crisis

...ield of allergy-immunology in order to prepare for certification by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology. In order to increase the number of training programs in the system, the College recommends undertaking a large scale coordinated public-private initiative to fund additional GME positions, and is bri...

US Soldiers to Be Trained in Critical Medical Care

...ining, soldiers there started the combat lifesaver certification course, which includes learning to administer drugs intravenously. "We're used to getting shot at and people getting hurt," said the 29-year-old from Arlington, S.D. "With more of us knowing how to help our buddies, maybe it will make for a more su...

Body Parts Industry Of U.S Under Investigation

...g body parts, do not require background checks and certification or immediate inspections of new companies that set up shop in the tissue business. They also would not prevent fraud. The task force was comprised of FDA employees who met in secret. According to former FDA attorney Areta Kupchyk, an expert in the ...

Intravenous Delivery of Clot-busting Drug Still Best Intervention for Ischemic Stroke

...eatment center. More medical centers should seek certification as primary or comprehensive stroke centers from the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. Patients should receive early and carefully chosen treatments for abnormal blood pressure, fever or abnormal blood sugar levels, whic...

More Foreign Trained Doctors Receive Licenses

...ors who received licenses, only one-third received certification for medical practice, while the rest were enabled education licenses or positions for postgraduate training. It was also observed that only 9.6 per cent of general practitioners widened their practice. The availability of family physicians also wit...

Kerala Sees Medical Tourism Soaring

...use international insurance companies require this certification to pay their clients after they undergo treatments," he said. Source-IANS...

Chemicals Used To Make Synthetic Color Can Cause Cancer And Permanent Blindness

...s citizens. And its high time that they lay down a certification mechanism for manufacturers of these colors to protect the consumers rights. However, the bottom line is that people need to become more concerned with what they are buying and from whom they are buying. As a community one requires to boycott the ...

HL7 Announces Industry’s First Electronic Health Record System (EHR-S

... the starting framework for CCHIT's development of certification criteria. CCHIT and HL7 provide a good example of ...setting was just chosen by CCHIT as a priority for certification of EHRs. The EHR-S Standard Keys Advancements in HIT for Behavioral Health A broad range of mor...

Kolkata Hospital Wins Accreditation for High Quality Patient Care

... for Hospitals and Health Service Providers (NABH) certification "is an endorsement of our focus on quality", Suyas...critical heart surgeries per year, was awarded the certification by President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam. NABH is a quality and safety certificate given by the Quality Co...

'Daronrix', Glaxo's Bird-flu Vaccine Approved by European Medicines Agency

...e first experimental bird-flu //vaccine to receive certification by the European Medicines Agency, for its use in protecting people in the event of a bird-flu pandemic. This first generation vaccine can be used only after the WHO or the European Union officially declares a pandemic. A second –generation vacc...

Flaws Reported in overview of US organ transplants

...since 2000 it has followed through just once, when certification was revoked in March for St. Vincent Medical Center in a Los Angeles. Officials at the network have not given any comment. However executive director Walter Graham said that the problems were 'hurting public trust' and the agency hopes to make chan...

College Launches Palliative Care Nursing Program

...lliative care nursing will be eligible to take the certification exam offered by the National Board of Certification of Hospice and Palliative Nurses. Nurses with palliative care training could work in hospitals, home care agencies and nursing homes. The first course in the program will be offered in the summer of...

Updated Sleep Apnea Screening Recommended for Commercial Drivers

...Highway Administration. Current FMCSA guidance for certification cites that drivers must have “no established medic...lso suggests a screening process that bases driver certification on severity of sleep apnea. These recommendations suggest certifying a driver at lower risk for slee...

Call To Ban Use Of ATVs By Children

...tory helmet laws. * Mandatory instruction and certification programs for ATV operators. * Prohibiting ATVs from public streets and highways. Park also recommends a mandatory recall of all three-wheeled ATVs. Four-wheeled ATVs are dangerously unstable, but three-wheeled ATVs are even more unstable, Park...

Certification of UK Doctors Would Improve Quality of Care

... to strengthen professional regulation. Specialist certification is a well established process in the United States... must be renewed every six to 10 years. But does certification improve medical standards? Kim Sutherland and Sheila Leatherman reviewed data on the effect of cer...

Study finds Unmarried Or Single Persons Stand The Risk Of Dying Early

...y of California, had involved the census and death certification data of around 67, 000 adults in the US. The study had shown that there was a higher ratio of death among the single, while a successful, surviving marriage had showed a longer life. The researchers had suggested that marriage could act as a vague su...

India to Claim Bird Flu-Free Status Next Month

...g notified bird flu-free, and hopes to receive the certification from OIE, the international animal health agency, on Aug 10, a senior official said here Friday.// While the notification does not rule out a recurrence, the Animal Husbandry Department under the ministry of agriculture is hopeful that the surveilla...

Electronic Medical Record For Every American by 2014

...al record. Presently, a government healthcare IT certification group has given the green signal for 18 software products which will enable many doctors to begin recording patient records electronically. The benefits of Electronic Medical records are well known. But, the crucial factor to its advantage is the ...

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