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Building on BUILD Health
Building on BUILD Health

In a new report from the de Beaumont Foundation, health system executives weigh in on working outside their facilities' four walls to impact community health

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Addressing Physician Burnout
Addressing Physician Burnout

In recognition that physician burnout is increasing, the AMA and other companies and organizations have begun tackling the critical issue from a variety of vantage points

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Study of Mucus May Help Guide Sinusitis Treatment
Study of Mucus May Help Guide Sinusitis Treatment

By April, nearly one-third of the U.S. is already experiencing high pollen levels while the weather and temperatures continue to fluctuate, aggravating sinus symptoms.

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All In: Conversations on Health in Nashville
All In: Conversations on Health in Nashville

Is a person's zip code more important than their genetic code? Data suggests investing in social care could have a significant impact on healthcare.

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A Lack of Access to Specialty Care
A Lack of Access to Specialty Care

Being uninsured, underinsured, or having high deductibles have all contributed to a lack of access to specialty care for a growing number of Middle Tennesseans.

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The Case for Corporate Social Responsibility
The Case for Corporate Social Responsibility

Each year, Firestone Natural Rubber Company partners with Children's Surgery International to reach out to children in West Africa with life-changing surgery.

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Building Bridges
Building Bridges

Monique Anthony is on a mission to improve health outcomes and eliminate disparities for countless Tennesseans.

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Asthma APGAR Tool Improves Management in Primary Care Setting
Asthma APGAR Tool Improves Management in Primary Care Setting

Many patients with persistent asthma have a difficult time achieving control. Results of a new pragmatic study found applying APGAR tools significantly reduced ED, urgent care and hospital admissions while improving patient control and practice adherence to guidelines.

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Centauri Health Solutions Partners with RoundTrip, Lyft for RISE Nashville Summit

Partnership providing free rides via Lyft code or RoundTrip app to showcase link between transportation and quality healthcare

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Driving Community Outcomes
Driving Community Outcomes

Two area companies are doing their part to highlight and address common barriers to care that increase health risks in American communities.

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Better Collaboration Required to Address Social Determinants
Better Collaboration Required to Address Social Determinants

Despite amazing advances in medical science and improved understanding of biology on a cellular level, environment continues to play the biggest role in impacting an individual's health status.

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Mazzetti+GBA Helps Bring Clean Water to Puerto Rico
Mazzetti+GBA Helps Bring Clean Water to Puerto Rico

Mazzetti+GBA believes in building healthier environments to make the world a better place - whether that environment is a hospital in a small Tennessee town or a community clinic in rural Burundi.

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Heart Failure Risk Predicted By Communities, Not Wealth
Heart Failure Risk Predicted By Communities, Not Wealth

When buying and selling real estate, how often have you heard the realtor's mantra-- location, location, location? This is also the central theme of a recently released journal report on factors that can predict heart failure risk.

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Walking in a Patient's Shoes
Walking in a Patient's Shoes

What happens when the 'right' action plan for a diagnosis doesn't mesh with the real world? UTHSC students and residents in Chattanooga have a unique opportunity to walk in their patients' shoes.

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News of Note in Ophthalmology
News of Note in Ophthalmology

News and updates from the field of ophthalmology.

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BlephEx: Advanced, Office-Based Procedure for Chronic Eyelid Irritation & Dry Eye
BlephEx: Advanced, Office-Based Procedure for Chronic Eyelid Irritation & Dry Eye

A quick, in-office procedure can provide lasting results for those with chronic eyelid irritation and dry eye.

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Something to Smile About
Something to Smile About
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Position on Governor Haslam's TN Together Initiative

The Tennessee Medical Association Board of Trustees has adopted the following position on Governor Haslam's TN Together plan for addressing the state's opioid abuse epidemic.

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The Impact of Clinical Trials in Tennessee
The Impact of Clinical Trials in Tennessee

With nearly 1,000 clinical trials in the state, a new study finds biopharma research supports 52,000 jobs in Tennessee and ads $11.7 billion to the economy.

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Get with the Guidelines: Blood Pressure Edition
Get with the Guidelines: Blood Pressure Edition

Recently, the ACC and AHA lowered the definition of hypertension and did away with the term 'prehypertension' in an effort to start interventions earlier.

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Haslam Unveils Opioid Plan
Haslam Unveils Opioid Plan

Governor Haslam recently unveiled a three-pronged plan to address Tennessee's opioid epidemic.

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A Closer Look at Post-Acute Cardiac Care
A Closer Look at Post-Acute Cardiac Care

Nashville heart programs find innovative ways to encourage recovery after a heart event

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Heart Monitor

Nashville hospitals are bringing the latest in cardiac care to Middle Tennessee.

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Reducing Risk by Rethinking Weight
Reducing Risk by Rethinking Weight

Sticking to New Year's resolutions can help with a host of health concerns ... including lowering risk for many types of cancers.

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TDH Addresses State's Opioid Epidemic
TDH Addresses State's Opioid Epidemic

TDH is working collaboratively to turn the tide on Tennessee's opioid epidemic

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