• Valerie Greene transformed from devastated stroke victim into global outreach advocate for stroke recovery

    On June 10, 1996, only weeks before the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approved tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) as what remains the only approved management for ischemic strokes and myocardial infarction, Florida native Valerie Greene suffered a massive stroke that left her, as she described it, “mangled up in a wheelchair.”

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  • First the good news … providers are generally excited about the idea of moving to more holistic, integrated care with a focus on prevention, quality and outcomes. Now the not-so-good news … we have to figure out how to pay for it.

  • American men live sicker and die younger than their female counterparts. However, Men’s Health Network is working to change the status quo by reaching out to men where they work, live, play and pray.

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  • Bcenter and Global Stroke Resource serve as a ‘beacon of hope’ for stroke survivors and caregivers

    WINTER PARK— At an early spring Bcenter Hive of Hope support group meeting at the Winter Park Civic Center in Central Florida, cheers erupted when “Ana,” a formerly wheelchair-confined stroke survivor in her forties, made an entrance with her caregiver father, using only a cane to join more than 40 fellow survivors and their caregivers.

  • Valerie Greene transformed from devastated stroke victim into global outreach advocate for stroke recovery

    On June 10, 1996, only weeks before the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) approved tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) as what remains the only approved management for ischemic strokes and myocardial infarction, Florida native Valerie Greene suffered a massive stroke that left her, as she described it, “mangled up in a wheelchair.”

  • Unique data-driven platform propels Medical News’ website re-launch

    When Orlando Medical News’ website is re-launched soon, it will feature arguably the most advanced business-to-business (B2B) platform in the industry.

  • First the good news … providers are generally excited about the idea of moving to more holistic, integrated care with a focus on prevention, quality and outcomes. Now the not-so-good news … we have to figure out how to pay for it.

  • American men live sicker and die younger than their female counterparts. However, Men’s Health Network is working to change the status quo by reaching out to men where they work, live, play and pray.

  • The stock markets are too high and overdue for another crash. CD’s, money markets and bond rates are the lowest in history. Are there any good high-income investments?

  • Brief business news items from the local healthcare community.

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