The Impact of Extreme Heat on Mental Health As the extreme heat drags into late August, we’re often warned of the physical dangers of prolonged sun exposure. Now experts say we should also be vigilant about mental health during long, hot summer months. Quiet Outdoors: A Sign of Heat Safety Throughout North Texas, popular places where people tend to enjoy …Read More »
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Majority of Patients Dissatisfied with Health Plans, According to HealthEdge Research Research conducted by health care software company HealthEdge reveals that a significant number of patients are unhappy with their health plan. Out of the 2,800 people surveyed, only 45% claimed to be fully satisfied. Key Factors Affecting Member Satisfaction When asked about ways to enhance member satisfaction, respondents ranked …Read More »
Understanding Gas: Causes, Frequency, and Concerns Gas is a natural bodily function that everyone experiences. However, the reasons for passing gas can vary, and sometimes it may be cause for concern. Dr. Mark Corkins, a pediatric gastroenterologist at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center, explains that there are two sources of “gas” and not all gas is actually gas. …Read More »
Two ‘heroines of health’ share stealth strategies and big-picture … Two ‘heroines of health’ share stealth strategies and big-picture … Introduction In this article, we highlight the remarkable stories of two “heroines of health” who have dedicated their lives to making a difference in the field of healthcare. These extraordinary women share their stealth strategies and big-picture visions to tackle …Read More »
Impact of Diversity on Evaluating Medical Research Scientific journals and research papers are typically evaluated based on their “impact factor,” which measures how frequently a paper is cited by other papers. However, a recent study conducted by MIT and other institutions argues that this traditional metric fails to accurately capture the true impact of medical papers on health outcomes, especially …Read More »
New growth solution tailored for small home health & hospice organizations launched by Trella Health.
Small Home Health and Hospice Organizations Can Now Compete Like an Enterprise Small home health and hospice organizations will now have access to AI-powered lead recommendations and growth expertise to help them compete like an enterprise. Trella Health Launches Sprout, a New Product for Small Providers ATLANTA, Aug. 15, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Trella Health, the leading provider of market intelligence …Read More »
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Department of Health Extends Comment Period and Suspends Processing of NPDES Permit Due to Lāhainā Wildfires HONOLULU, HI – The Department of Health (DOH) hereby extends the public comment period for the processing of the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit application for HI 0021848 – Lāhainā Wastewater Reclamation Facility from Monday, August 14, 2023, to Wednesday, September 13, …Read More »
10 Powerful Ways to Beat Depression and Reclaim Happiness 10 Powerful Ways to Beat Depression and Reclaim Happiness 1. Embrace Positivity Start your journey towards happiness by cultivating positive thoughts and embracing a grateful mindset. Each day, make an effort to focus on the good things in your life, no matter how small. Surround yourself with positive people and indulge …Read More »
Listen to the article 4 min This audio is auto-generated. Please let us know if you have feedback. Dive Brief: Religiously affiliated hospital giant AdventHealth is suing cost management firm MultiPlan, alleging the company works with health insurers to systematically underpay for out-of-network medical claims. AdventHealth alleges providers have lost at least $19 billion per year as a direct result …Read More »
Supporting San Antonio’s First Responders San Antonio has experienced a significant increase in emergency calls this summer, including a devastating house fire that resulted in multiple casualties. First responders in the city have been facing an immense mental burden due to these incidents. Richard Miller, president of the 100 Club of San Antonio, is dedicated to providing support for these …Read More »