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COVID-19 - Where We Stand
COVID-19 - Where We Stand

As the city moves deeper into reopening, leaders address the need for ongoing precautions and realities of vaccine development.

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SCALE Conference Goes Virtual
SCALE Conference Goes Virtual

New format means less cost, more CME credit for attendees.

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The Impact of Diabetes on Stroke
The Impact of Diabetes on Stroke

While diabetes is well established as a risk factor for stroke, recent research finds the disease also impacts severity and recovery.

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Delivering Care
Delivering Care

Hospitals adopt a new normal to ensure safe, positive birthing experiences for patients.

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Self-Care on the Front Lines of Coronavirus
Self-Care on the Front Lines of Coronavirus

Physicians, nurses, respiratory therapists and the full complement of support staff at hospitals and clinics are battling coronavirus on the front lines. When caring for others, it's all too easy to forget to take care of yourself.

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The Onsite Foundation Announces New Virtual Support Group for Frontline Healthcare Workers and Medical Staff as part of 'Support in Service' Program

The Onsite Foundation, a 501(c)(3) non-profit public charity, today announced a new support group offering under the Foundation's 'Support in Service' program for frontline healthcare workers and medical staff across the country affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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New Study Looks at Cost Impact of OTC Birth Control
New Study Looks at Cost Impact of OTC Birth Control

A new study explores the impact on unintended pregnancies, consistent use of progestin-only OTC birth control pills at various price points.

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Behavioral Health in a Time of Social Isolation
Behavioral Health in a Time of Social Isolation

Last month, the Nashville Health Care Council brought together experts for a virtual panel discussion on behavioral health in the midst of social distancing orders.

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COVID-19 & Mental Health
COVID-19 & Mental Health

As the virus takes its toll, providers are finding new ways to reach patients and preparing for the mental health fallout ahead.

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May is Mental Health Month
May is Mental Health Month

May is Mental Health Month with excellent resources from national organizations for both patients and providers.

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New Study Looks at Cost Impact of OTC Birth Control
New Study Looks at Cost Impact of OTC Birth Control

A new study explores the impact on unintended pregnancies, consistent use of progestin-only OTC birth control pills at various price points.

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AHA Releases Scientific Statement on CAD with Type 2 Diabetes
AHA Releases Scientific Statement on CAD with Type 2 Diabetes

A new AHA scientific statement explores more aggressive clinical options for the patient-centered management of individuals with both type 2 diabetes and coronary artery disease.

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Necessity ... the Mother of Invention
Necessity ... the Mother of Invention

When in-person clinical care became impossible for nursing students in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Vanderbilt's School of Nursing got creative.

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Autoimmunity 101
Autoimmunity 101

Education, awareness key in diagnosing autoimmune disease.

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Expert Insights on Public Health, Current Pandemic
Expert Insights on Public Health, Current Pandemic

Nashville is blessed to be filled with experts. We asked five to weigh in on public health in the wake of the current pandemic.

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Nashville Expands Autism Services, ABA Therapy
Nashville Expands Autism Services, ABA Therapy

April is Autism Awareness Month. With new data showing yet another increase in prevalence, expanded services are welcome news for Middle Tennesseans.

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AARDA: Addressing Autoimmune Disorders through Awareness, Advocacy & Action
AARDA: Addressing Autoimmune Disorders through Awareness, Advocacy & Action

Autoimmune disease impacts 50 million Americans. AARDA is using a collective voice to raise awareness, advocate for patients and researchers and take action to ensure access to care.

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COVID-19 Resources
COVID-19 Resources

A number of federal, state and local resources are available to keep healthcare providers and companies up-to-date on the fluid COVID-19 situation.

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New RWJF Brief Says Pandemic Highlights Weaknesses of Medicaid Block Grants

A new brief from the Urban Institute, with funding from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, finds that block grants and similar proposals called per capita caps, which are supposed to limit spending growth in Medicaid, could result in beneficiaries losing health insurance coverage or certain covered benefits.

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Shelter in Place: There's an App for That

Nashville-based mobility incentive app Hytch Rewards has launched Shelter in Place, a new feature for its mobile app. Designed to encourage behavior that will limit the spread of COVID-19, Shelter in Place pays daily cash rewards to sponsored U.S. residents who self-quarantine at home.

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SmileDirect Printing PPE

Nashville-headquartered SmileDirectClub might have closed its retail shops during the current COVID-19 pandemic, but that doesn't mean the company isn't still bringing much-needed smiles.

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Nashvillians Doing What Nashvillians Do

So many people have stepped up in the wake of the tornadoes in early March and the ongoing COVID-19 spread that there really isn't any way to list all the generous gifts of time, money and supplies.

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Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Expands VIBATIV® Availability in Wake of Coronavirus
Cumberland Pharmaceuticals Expands VIBATIV® Availability in Wake of Coronavirus

In response to the COVID-19 crisis in the United States, Nashville-headquartered Cumberland Pharmaceuticals announced a national initiative, launched March 23, to support treatment of patients with hospital-acquired (HAP) and ventilator-associated (VAP) pneumonia associated with the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.

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VUMC Researchers Developing Potential Coronavirus Antibody Therapies
VUMC Researchers Developing Potential Coronavirus Antibody Therapies

Vanderbilt researchers are on the front lines of work being done to develop potential coronavirus antibody therapies.

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Meharry: Addressing Disparities Through Service to Others
Meharry: Addressing Disparities Through Service to Others

Meharry Medical College, in collaboration with Remote Area Medical (RAM), hosted its annual Oral Health Day on Saturday, Feb. 29 and provided free dental care to more than 500 uninsured and underinsured patients to combat the nation's overwhelming lack of dental coverage.

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