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August 2014

SunTrust Foundation Brings Much Needed Assistance to Children in Central Florida

Recently, the SunTrust Foundation helped the fight against child abuse in Central Florida take a major step forward, providing an important $25,000 contribution to the cause. The SunTrust Fou ...

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Camp Proposal on Tax Reform Contains Many Changes and Surprises
On February 26, 2014, House Ways and Means Chairman, Dave Camp (R-MI), released a 979-page “Tax Reform Act of 2014” discussion draft (Camp Proposal).
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NASS Takes a Proactive Approach to Evidence-Based Coverage Decisions
In an effort to improve patient access to appropriate, evidence-based care, the North American Spine Society (NASS) recently released detailed policy recommendations for coverage of 13 common spine care treatments, procedures and diagnostics.
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Nemours Children’s Hospital Emergency Department receives prestigious Lantern Award
The Emergency Nurses Association (ENA) recently honored Nemours Children’s Health System with the prestigious Lantern Award, and will recognize the Orlando-based healthcare organization as one of only 17 emergency departments nationwide at an awards gala Oct. 7-11, during the 2014 ENA Annual Conference in Indianapolis, Ind.
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Partnering in a New Paradigm
There’s no question healthcare delivery is in the middle of a transformational period highlighted by unprecedented consolidation. While there are a number of factors impacting alignment decisions, Paul Keckley, PhD, boiled the equation down to its simplest terms, “Economics drives behavior.”
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Personalized Medicine: What’s in your DNA?
After 40 years practicing Internal Medicine I remain perplexed by the challenges of really bringing help to a patient that is consistent with the commitment: First do no harm.
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PHYSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: Lori A. Grant, DPM
Physician Associates, Orlando Health LAKE MARY - When it comes to determination, Lori Grant comes by it honestly. Growing up on a farm in rural southwest Georgia, Grant’s parents instilled accountability and independence at a very young age.
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Reducing the ‘Twitch’
Orlando remains among nation’s most challenging places to live for asthmatics ORLANDO – In the Asthma & Allergy Foundation of America’s list of “2014 Asthma Capitals,” Orlando ranked No. 49, having slipped 13 spots from the previous year’s ranking of No. 62, and has consistently bounced around the 100 Most Challenging Places to Live with Asthma since the annual studies began in 2004.
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Shining a Light on Asthma Challenges
Nine Florida cities among nation’s most challenging places for asthmatics Florida’s not faring very well for people living with asthma, yet strides are being made to improve the environment.
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Testosterone: Giver of Life or Heart Attacks?
The most common comments we hear from men on testosterone are, “I got my life back!”. “My energy is great!” “My sex drive is back.” “I’m building muscle.” “I got off of Lipitor.” “My diabetes is under control.”
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