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QD: News Every Day--'Micropolitan' areas have little, no access to rheumatologists

rural parts of the country.
July 2020

Letters to the Editor

The rest of us have to just accept these disadvantages of rural medicine in order to enjoy other advantages of living in rural areas. ... How will the rural areas get doctors, especially skilled internists in the future?
June 2008

What the HAC?!

Who is not getting penalized? Small, rural, for-profit hospitals in the South. ... The chances that a small, rural, for-profit, non-teaching hospital in the south with very few poor patients will get the penalty?
July 2020

A global force for good

He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Cardiovascular Diseases and was in the private practice of cardiology before joining the full-time faculty of Massachusetts General Hospital. ... He is married with two daughters and enjoys cars, reading
July 2020

QD: News Every Day--Nurses tapped for more training, bigger role in health care

Recently, Colorado has looked at exempting certified registered nurse anesthetists from physician supervision to improve health care availability in rural areas. ... At issue is the amount of training they receive to handle complications, versus the
July 2020

The downfalls of medical care in rural America

The downfalls of medical care in rural America. I graduated from medical school in 1985, am board certified in emergency medicine and have practiced for 25 years, mainly in inner ... The physicians of my generation saw the "Golden Years" of medicine in
July 2020

QD: News Every Day--GME funds favor Northeast for training residents, slights South and West

New York state received nearly 20% of the nation’s graduate medical education (GME) funds, $2 billion of the $10 billion allocated in all by...
July 2020

QD: News Every Day--More students want medical degrees; more schools want to enroll them

More students are seeking medical degrees and more schools are ramping up to accommodate them, some with an eye toward rural health and other underserved populations.
July 2020

Indian Health Service reaches across borders within the U.S.

of medicine and health care policy at Harvard Medical School and medical director of the Brigham and Women's Outreach Program. ... The downside, of course, is that medicine is very broad and constantly changing.
March 2012

A medical merger of sorts

Throughout the 20th century, as allopathic medicine became the dominant model, its practitioners and leaders sought to discredit osteopathy. ... Further, he stated, “Future growth would include primary care, community-based hospitals, and rural and
July 2020

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