Month: September 2019

A Global Response to a Global Threat

The Intersection of Hurricane Response and Opioid Use Disorder

September 27, 2019

Hurricane season is just around the corner. If you are thinking about ways to prepare for the next hurricane, take a moment to consider this: approximately 2.1 million people have an opioid use disorder according to the National Survey on Drug Use and Health and over 47,000 of them died by overdose in 2017 according […]

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Why Should Anyone Care About Health Data Interoperability?

Why Should Anyone Care About Health Data Interoperability?

September 25, 2019

By SUSANNAH FOX This piece is part of the series “The Health Data Goldilocks Dilemma: Sharing? Privacy? Both?” which explores whether it’s possible to advance interoperability while maintaining privacy. Check out other pieces in the series here. A question I hear quite often, sometimes whispered, is: Why should anyone care about health data interoperability? It […]

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Top Pharmaceutical Companies in India

September 23, 2019

Sun Pharmaceutical Sun Pharma, officially known as Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Limited, was founded in 1983 by Dilip Shanghvi. The company is headquartered in India’s financial capital Mumbai, Maharashtra. Active Pharmaceuticals Ingredients (APIs) and formulations are known to be Sun Pharma’s specialised areas. It targets a wide spectrum of chronic and acute treatments. Its therapeutic segments […]

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Maximise your trade profits with lead generation services

September 22, 2019

  Despite being a complex and time-consuming task, Lead Generation is one of the prime goals of marketing. Since its launch, it has produced millionaires, still only 10% of marketers believe that their lead generation campaign is effective. Below are some effective tips to boost your lead generation campaign and build a strong business pipeline: […]

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Enhance your trade profits with lead generation services

September 22, 2019

  Despite being a complex and time-consuming task, Lead Generation is one of the prime goals of marketing. Since its launch, it has produced millionaires, still only 10% of marketers believe that their lead generation campaign is effective. Below are some effective tips to boost your lead generation campaign and build a strong business pipeline: […]

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Second Chance written on an open road

A Time for Second Chances

September 21, 2019

President Donald J. Trump has again recognized the importance of reentry for people returning to their communities from prison or jail, by declaring April 2019 as Second Chance Month. A crucial component of our work across the federal government is ensuring those reentering from incarceration succeed in becoming productive, law-abiding individuals. At HHS we understand […]

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Can Rah-Rah, Blah-Blah and Meh Accelerate Digital Health Innovation?

Can Rah-Rah, Blah-Blah and Meh Accelerate Digital Health Innovation?

September 19, 2019

By MICHAEL MILLENSON Can combining health tech “rah-rah,” health policy “blah-blah” and the “meh” of academic research accelerate the uptake of digital health innovation? AcademyHealth, the health services research policy group, is co-locating its Health Datapalooza meeting, rooted in cheerleading for “Data Liberación,” with the National Health Policy Conference, rooted in endless debate about policy detail. Sharing a hotel […]

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A Global Response to a Global Threat

Clinicians: Strengthening Your HPV Vaccine Recommendation

September 15, 2019

Your words are our most powerful tool to prevent thousands of HPV cancers each year in America. That’s because an effective recommendation by a trusted clinician is the best predictor of HPV vaccination. Your recommendation is simple, inexpensive, and powerful – and the best way to improve HPV vaccination rates, which remain far too low […]

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Barbarians at the Gate

Barbarians at the Gate

September 13, 2019

By ADRIAN GROPPER, MD US healthcare is exceptional among rich economies. Exceptional in cost. Exceptional in disparities. Exceptional in the political power hospitals and other incumbents have amassed over decades of runaway healthcare exceptionalism.  The latest front in healthcare exceptionalism is over who profits from patient records. Parallel articles in the NYTimes and THCB frame […]

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Ayurvedic medicine

September 11, 2019

Ayurveda is an ancient Indian system of medicine. It uses a wide range of treatments and techniques. There is no reliable evidence to support its use as a treatment for cancer. Summary Ayurvedic medicine uses a range of treatments and techniques Some techniques might help with the symptoms of cancer or its treatment Ayurvedic medicine […]

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