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New Study in the New England Journal of Medicine Finds Blue Cross Alternative Quality Contract Lowers Costs and Improves Patient Care

Key Study Findings The study by researchers at Harvard Medical School and funded by the Commonwealth Fund and the National Institute on Aging compares Blue Cross members with a Primary Care Physician (PCP) in an AQC ...
 Morningstar.com21 hours ago

Big Idea: Making mind reading a reality

10/26/2014 What's the Big Idea: Alvaro Pascual-Leone, a Neurology Professor at Harvard Medical School talks with Richard Lui about turning mind-reading into a reality. Using only a digital connection to link their brains, people are able to send and ...
 MSNBC3 days ago
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Brigham and Women's Hospital Is Merging Conventional and Alternative Medicine

Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School The hospital is hosting an inaugural Integrative Medicine Research Forum November 3. Claiming to becutting edge means more than just having the latesttechnological equipment. Hospitals and ...
 Boston Magazine1 day ago Cutting Edge Genomic MS Research Earns Philip De Jager, MD, PhD, of Brigham and Women's Hospital / Harvard Medical School the 2014 Barancik Prize for Innovation in Multiple Sclerosis Research  Yahoo! News1 week ago Structuring Payments to Patient-Centered Medical Homes  Journal of the American Medical Association1 week ago Harvard-linked hospital planning to open medical center in Hengqin  Macau Daily Times1 week ago

Dialysis at Rs 100? He made it happen!

Indian American Harvard Medical School student Sachin Jain looks beyond boundaries of direct service. Sachin Jain comes from a family of philanthropists. His India-born father, Subhash, and others funded Jain's paternal aunt Shanti, who had committed her life to rural health care in Phalodi, Rajasthan. The family runs the HBS Trust, which, among other things, runs a non-profit hospital (Kalapurnam General Hospital) and a school (Bal Academy). He watched as his father and brother, Roopam, worked ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Securities Technology Monitor

AccentHealth Announces New Exam Room Patient Education Offering Featuring Content from Harvard Medical School

NEW YORK AccentHealth now provides educational content throughout the patient's doctor office experience. 17MM patients per month watch AccentHealth's exclusive CNN health and wellness television network while in their physician's waiting room, ...
 Stock Nod1 week ago
Medical News Today

Stem cells engineered to fight brain cancer

Toxins produced by highly specialized stem cells work to treat brain cancer. Researchers from Harvard Medical School are the engineers behind these killer stem cells. The research is still in the preclinical phase, but results have already shown ...
 MolecularImaging.net2 days ago Toxin-secreting stem cells engineered to treat brain tumors  Medical News Today2 days ago Scientists engineer toxin-secreting stem cells to treat brain tumors  Sott.net1 day ago

Americans Losing Faith in Medical Profession

(BOSTON) -- What's up, Doc? Certainly not Americans trust in physicians, according to an analysis by the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston. Co-author Robert Blendon says that faith in doctors has eroded significantly over the past ...
 1070wapi.com6 days ago
Red Orbit

Women May Be More Likely Than Men to Ignore Heart Attack Symptoms

(NEW YORK) -- Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health say that women may ignore the symptoms of a heart attack for too long. Heart disease is the most common cause of death for American women, but researchers say that in studying men's ...
 101thefox.net1 day ago Women more likely than men to dismiss chest pain and delay seeking medical help for heart symptoms  Medical News Today5 hours ago Women More Likely To Delay Seeking Medical Attention When Experiencing Cardiac Symptoms  Red Orbit1 day ago Waiting to get care for heart pain hurts women: Study  Sun News2 days ago

Text messages could help fight malaria

Washington: Simple text message reminders to take malaria medication can help in the fight against the deadly disease, Harvard scientists say. Researchers with the non-profit Innovations for Poverty Action (IPA) and Harvard University found that ...
 ZeeNews.com1 day ago Text messages motivate patients to finish medicine regimen  Business Standard India1 day ago Simple text message reminders may help fight malaria  FOXNews.com2 days ago Text Messages can be Useful Tool in Fight Against Malaria  MedIndia1 day ago
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