Physician Revenue Services Promises Revenue Solutions and Eases Paper Woes for Healthcare Providers
DURHAM, N.C., April 9 /PRNewswire/ -- Physician Revenue Services simplifies physician practices and makes them as profitable as possible by providing award-winning solutions for clients who demand results by securing client relationships in an increasingly competitive marketplace. We provide the ...
Automate Corporate Minutes and Resolutions; Stop IRS Woes Before They Happen
Low-cost software helps small corporations keep compliant with tedious record-keeping
SEATTLE, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Iccomplish, Inc announces the availability of "Quick Corporate Minutes" desktop software that takes the tediousness out of corporate record-keeping and storage. Now small-to...
Preemie Delivery Tied to Later Heart Woes for Women
And ovary removal is another reproductive factor linked to cardiovascular trouble, research shows,,
FRIDAY, March 13 (HealthDay News) -- The things that affect a woman's reproductive health can also have an effect on her heart, new research shows.
Giving birth prematurely or deliver...
Skin Woes Take Toll on U.S. Combat Troops
Rashes, hives, other problems exacerbated by wartime conditions, researchers say
TUESDAY, Feb. 17 (HealthDay News) -- Rashes, eczema and other skin troubles can be exacerbated by combat conditions in Iraq and Afghanistan and are a major cause of American soldiers being evacuated for tr...
Economic Woes Add to Winter Blues, Mental Health Concerns
The National Council for Community and Behavioral Healthcare -- a not-for-profit 501(c)(3) association representing 1,300 organizations nationwide -- has been tracking increases in the number of new patients being admitted to mental health centers for symptoms of stress and anxiety.
New Survey Shows Fitness Goals Trump Money Woes for Most
HASTINGS, Minn., Dec. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Despite the tough economy, a
recent consumer survey revealed that most Americans are not willing to give up
their health club memberships but are taking costs into consideration.
Among those who already belong to fitness clubs, 60 percent said th...
Regence Supports Meaningful Health Reforms; Unveils Poll Saying Nation's Economic Woes Shouldn't Delay Reforms
PORTLAND, Ore., Dec. 15 /PRNewswire/ -- Regence, the leading health
insurer in the Pacific Northwest, announced today its support for the Obama
administration and Congress' move toward meaningful, patient-centered health
Kicking off its effort, Regence released the findings of a n...
Surviving the Holidays After a Loved One's Death: Economic Woes Add to Holiday Pressure for People Who Grieve
WAKE FOREST, N.C., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- People who have experienced the
death of a loved one often face Thanksgiving and Christmas with dread.
Long-standing family traditions will never be the same; the hope and joy that
normally accompany the season are replaced by depression and loneliness. T...
Holiday Season Amplifies Hurt of Separation and Divorce: Economic Woes Add to Pressure
WAKE FOREST, N.C., Nov. 19 /PRNewswire/ -- People in the middle of
separation or divorce often face Thanksgiving and Christmas with dread.
Long-standing family traditions are shattered; the hope and joy that normally
accompany the season are replaced by loneliness and depression. This year's
General Anesthesia Tied to Developmental Woes in Kids
But findings are preliminary, and no reason to keep children from needed surgery, experts say,,,,
TUESDAY, Oct. 21 (HealthDay News) -- Youngsters under the age of 3 who had hernia surgery showed almost twice the risk of behavioral or developmental problems later compared to kids who h...
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Apple or pear shape is not main culprit to heart woes -- it's liver fat
For years, pear-shaped people who carry weight in the thighs and backside have been told they are at lower risk for high blood pressure and heart disease than apple-shaped people who carry fat in the abdomen. But new findings from nutrition researchers at Washington University School of Medicine i...
Weather woes emphasize need for SSPEED
There's little doubt storms will continue to slam the Gulf Coast, and even reason to believe such storms will become more severe and more frequent.
How we handle them will be the primary topic of discussion when Rice University hosts the Severe Storm Prediction and Global Climate Impact in the G...
Council to honor NJIT SmartPin
... A liquid dispensing system useful for identifying medical woes
ranging from cancer to bird flu will garner an award for two NJ inventors this week. The newly-patented device will offer small and medium-sized resea...
Stanford snake venom study shows that certain cells may eliminate poison
...li, the paper's senior author.
This helpful mast cell response runs contrary to the conventional wisdom - that the immune system only added to the woes
of snakebite victims. This assumption arose because of the way mast cells respond to certain other stimuli.
Mast cells synthesize a wide range of ...
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Treo 700w solves my smart phone woes
Readers of this column are well acquainted with my dislike of Cingular's 8125 smart phone and its implementation of Windows Mobile 5 . I lay much of the responsibility for the poor design at the door of Cingular and its ODM partner, HTC. Windows Mobile 5 is what it is - a platform - and in its r...
Auditors paying more attention to IT woes
Editor's note: This is the first in a three-part series of op-ed pieces on corporate governance. The articles, part of WTN Media's Boardroom Perspectives column, are written by associates in the Madison-based public accounting firm Candela Solutions, LLC.
Which pieces of information syste...
Cracking the Code: Exclusive Conference to Reveal Secrets of Chinese Pharmaceutical Industry
... NEW YORK, Jan. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- With all the woes
of the U.S. economy, many people and businesses are looking to China for better opportunities. After all, China is expected to become the fifth-large...
Startup Nanotech Firm Books First Revenue From Large Chip Makers
...ible manufacturing process of a carbon nanotube probe tip for use in the atomic force microscope (AFM). This process alleviates the current production woes
of carbon nanotube AFM tips. Their tips empower advanced imaging technology, improving the way researchers conduct their research - accelerating the s...
Digital pioneer wins national physics prize
... October 1, 2007Anxious celebrities worried about how their skin looks on high-definition television can attribute their woes
to Texas Instruments (TI) (NYSE: TXN) Larry J. Hornbeck. He invented Digital Micromirror Devices (DMD), the chip technology that constitutes the heart...
Silicon Logic Enables High-Speed Communication
... years ago to around 30,000 today, but continued to use SLE to do chip design.
For SLE last years customers were more likely to spill their layoff woes
instead of cash for new products. We now have customers calling us again with new projects, so we see the lights coming back on, West said.
Wisconsin Manufacturing and the Machinery for Change
...hat has continued to control costs, innovate and reinvent itself. Wisconsin needs to stop wringing our hands, complaining about our temporary economic woes
and trying to protect our manufacturing industry. To paraphrase the poet and songwriter Leonard Cohen, Wisconsin has the machinery for change. And, no...
Nettles Names Christenson as Director of Bureau of Entrepreneurship
... in fulfilling our mission to foster economic development in Wisconsin, Nettles said.
One of the hurdles Christenson will face is Wisconsins budget woes
and how the Bureau of Entrepreneurship will focus on assisting small businesses, both technology and non-technology-based. Christenson said her depart...
Stuck in Talent Gridlock
...d by the prospect of waiting years to move up or across the organization or to take on new jobs and responsibilities.
Adding to these generational woes
are gender inequalities. Women are increasingly finding corporate environments hostile to their interests, particularly if they have a family to care ...
Doyle asks health professionals to overcome barriers
...g, up to $300 billion nationally, is inappropriate, redundant, or unnecessary.
During the eHealth Summit, he attributed much of the health system's woes
to the consequences of poor record keeping, including old-fashioned paper systems. He said Wisconsin is uniquely positioned to create a modern record ...