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How Technology can be used effectively in Healthcare

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Health Care Administration Degree Programs

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A health care administration degree can help you strengthen the medical and operational administration of an organization. This page gives you more details.
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A nursing program shows promise for reducing deaths from chronic illnesses

A nursing program shows promise for reducing deaths from chronic illnesses | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it

"A community-based nursing program delivered in collaboration with existing health care services is more effective in reducing the number of older people dying from chronic illnesses, such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, than usual care according to a study by US researchers published in this week's PLoS Medicine."

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Health Study Weekly

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-  an online newspaper that collects together the week's news relating to health education.  Read it and subscribe free of charge at: http://paper.li/f-1327779598


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Certified Nurse Aide Training

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With certified nurse aide training you can make a start in a career in nursing and feel a sense of achievement in your job. This page has further details ...
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Oct 29 - Health Study Weekly is out

Oct 29 - Health Study Weekly is out | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it

An online newspaper that collects together the week's news relating to health education.  Read and subscribe free at: http://paper.li/f-1327779598


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Health Care Reimbursement Training

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This page is about health care reimbursement training needed to cope with the complexities of medical billing and coding and where you can obtain it ...

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July 9 - "Health Study Weekly" is out

July 9 - "Health Study Weekly" is out | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it

-  an online newspaper that collects together the week's news relating to health education.  

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Diabetes sufferers are not necessarily to blame | | Independent Editor's choice Blogs

Diabetes sufferers are not necessarily to blame | | Independent Editor's choice Blogs | Health Studies Updates | Scoop.it

According to recent research about to be published, Type 2 diabetes treatment will use £16.9bn of the NHS budget as the number of diabetics rises from 3.8 million to 6.25 million by 2035.  

Unlike other diseases, discussion about type 2 diabetes often results in debate about who is to blame.

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Technology helps drive high cost of U.S. healthcare | Healthcare IT News

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NEW YORK – Higher prices and greater use of technology appear to be the main factors driving the high rates of U.S. spending on healthcare, rather than greater use of physician and hospital services, according to a new study from the Commonwealth Fund. The study found the U.S. spends more on healthcare than 12 other industrialized countries, yet does not provide “notably superior” care...

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