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Helping Children and  Athletes Breathe Easier
Helping Children and Athletes Breathe Easier

Experiencing shortness of breath during exercise can be extremely distressing, particularly when it occurs in a child, teen or young adult.

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Enhancing Access to Care through Technology
Enhancing Access to Care through Technology

Innovative technology allows patients, health plans to schedule appointments online.

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Reimaging Residency
Reimaging Residency

A joint project between Vanderbilt and Ole Miss was one of eight selected by the American Medical Association to reimagine residency programming.

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Premier Scribes Allows Providers to Focus on Patients ... Not
Premier Scribes Allows Providers to Focus on Patients ... Not

Detailed documentation is a critical, but oft dreaded, part of every patient encounter. One doctor set out to put the focus back on patients while ensuring the paperwork is done.

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LipiFlow®: Advanced Procedure to Treat Meibomian Gland Dysfunction & Chronic Dry Eye
LipiFlow®: Advanced Procedure to Treat Meibomian Gland Dysfunction & Chronic Dry Eye

In-office procedure can promote eyelid health and provide relief from dry eye.

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SCALE 2019 Showcases Latest in Aesthetics Medicine
SCALE 2019 Showcases Latest in Aesthetics Medicine

Now in its 14th year, the Music City SCALE Conference broke previous attendance records, with plans for additional growth in 2020.

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Rethinking the Approach to Acne
Rethinking the Approach to Acne

New options and research have changed the traditional approach to treating acne.

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Vanquishing Varicose Veins
Vanquishing Varicose Veins

There are now a number of procedures to treat varicose veins that deliver improved appearance and decreased leg discomfort in the practice setting.

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AMA Opioid Task Force Recommendations Offer Roadmap to Policymakers on Ending Epidemic

The American Medical Association (AMA) Opioid Task Force released recommendations today calling on policymakers to eliminate barriers to treatment and to take additional steps to end the opioid epidemic.

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AMA Announces Awardees of $15 Million Initiative to Further Transform Physician Training
AMA Announces Awardees of $15 Million Initiative to Further Transform Physician Training

Eight innovation projects - including one by Vanderbilt University Medical School - led by organizations with oversight of graduate medical education have been awarded funding as part of AMA's new initiative aimed at reimagining residency training to preserve continuity in physician training, better prepare residents for practice, and ensure physician well-being.

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Technology Better Than Tape Measure for Identifying Lymphedema Risk
Technology Better Than Tape Measure for Identifying Lymphedema Risk

Bioimpedance spectroscopy (BIS) is better than a tape measure for assessing a woman's risk for developing lymphedema, painful swelling in the arm after breast cancer surgery, according to interim results of a study led by Sheila Ridner, PhD, RN, Martha Ingram Professor and director of the PhD in Nursing Science Program at Vanderbilt University School of Nursing.

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Specialized ER Care Designed  for the Unique Needs of Women
Specialized ER Care Designed for the Unique Needs of Women

Women in the United States face a far greater risk of dying from childbirth complications than in many other developed countries around the world.

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Immunotherapy Shows Promise for TNBC Patients
Immunotherapy Shows Promise for TNBC Patients

New immunotherapy regimen approved for the treatment of historically untreatable triple negative breast cancer.

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Reimagining Residency
Reimagining Residency

The AMA has spent the last several years accelerating change in medical education. Now the time has come to reimagine residency as the national organization works to transform physician training & practice.

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AMA Announces New Resources to Train Future Physicians on Health Systems Science

As part of AMA's initiative to create the medical schools of the future, first-of-its-kind Health Systems Science Review book and online education modules will help ensure physicians learn how to deliver patient care in modern, value-based health systems

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Accessing the Spectrum of Quality Care
Accessing the Spectrum of Quality Care

With the ACOG meeting ... and her year of presidency ... just wrapped, Dr. Lisa M. Hollier, MD, MPH, FACOG shares reflections on the past year and the state of women's health.

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Belmont, Lipscomb Partner on Honduran Pharmacy
Belmont, Lipscomb Partner on Honduran Pharmacy

The Belmont University and Lipscomb University Colleges of Pharmacy have recently announced a collaborative partnership with Jovenes en Camino to build and support a locally-run pharmacy in El Zamorano, Honduras.

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Amidst Growing Measles Outbreaks, AMA Urges Public to Get Vaccinated

Reminds physicians to discuss the safety and efficacy of vaccines with patients, as well as educate them on health risks associated with not vaccinating children

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Pivotal Clinical Trial Investigates New Technology for Managing Uncontrolled Hypertension
Pivotal Clinical Trial Investigates New Technology for Managing Uncontrolled Hypertension
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The Biggest Threats to Public Health
The Biggest Threats to Public Health

Noted public health expert Dr. William Schaffner shares insights on three of his top public health threats.

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Covering Kids
Covering Kids

A new study finds higher rates of uninsured children in Tennessee and other non-expansion states.

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Severe Asthma Disparities
Severe Asthma Disparities

A recent study found racial disparities in ED usage for severe asthma become statistically insignificant when factoring out socioeconomic elements, paving the way for more emphasis on differences in community than biology.

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Public Health Happens in the Community ... Not Just the Clinic
Public Health Happens in the Community ... Not Just the Clinic

Public health continues to lead the way to eliminate health disparities and create a system that focuses not just on the absence of illness but the promotion of wellbeing.

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A New Vision for Safety Net Care
A New Vision for Safety Net Care

After 14 months of study, the Indigent Care Stakeholder Work Team has released their vision for safety net care in Nashville.

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Modern Healthcare & Critical Connections Present Social Determinants of Health Symposium
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