Thursday, September 28, 2017
Medicare cuts and repeal of the individual mandate are two areas of tax reform directly impacting healthcare.
On Nov. 14, the Senate health committee held a hearing on the gene editing method CRISPR to learn more about the technology from expert witnesses, which included Dr. Matthew Porteus, associate professor of Pediatrics at Stanford University; Katrine Bosley, CEO and president of Editas Medicine; and Dr. Jeffrey Kahn, director of the Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of Bioethics at Johns Hopkins School of Public Health.
Nashville Health Care Council Hosts Panel Discussion on Pharma/Provider Collaborations in Health Care
On Nov. 13, the Nashville Health Care Council hosted a panel discussion on collaborations between the pharmaceutical and healthcare provider sectors and how those collaborations can drive change in healthcare.
Six healthcare luminaries were recently inducted into the Tennessee Health Care Hall of Fame.
Nashville Medical News recently had the opportunity to chat with new NMGMA president Joy Testa.
A new Tennessee law will make it easier for area physicians to practice across state lines beginning in 2019 as part of the Interstate Medical Licensure Compact.
COPD is the third leading cause of death in America, yet it lags behind many other conditions in terms of research dollars and coordinated federal response ... but that seems to be changing.
Two new procedures recently made their debut in Middle Tennessee offering new treatment options for coronary bifurcation lesions and lumbar fusion.
If you are a taxpayer with offshore financial accounts, you could be in trouble with the IRS and not even know it.
A Nashville startup is using technology to help seniors age in place while providing peace of mind to loved ones and actionable data to caregivers.