Tag: healthcare

Nearly 1 in 5 Antibiotics Prescribed to Medicaid Patients Without Infection Diagnosis

A new Northwestern Medicine study has found alarmingly high rates of inappropriate antibiotic prescribing for patients on Medicaid, the public health insurance program for those with lower incomes. Using Medicaid insurance claims between 2004 and 2013, the study evaluated 298 million antibiotic prescriptions filled by…

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Groundbreaking Procedure “Suspended Animation” Could Give Doctors 2 More Hours to Save Lives

By Luke Miller A groundbreaking procedure which could increase emergency surgery time by 2 hours has been trialed in the US. The new technique called “suspended animation” aims to heal traumatic injuries that would usually cause death. The technique is being tested at the University…

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Hospital’s Rooftop Farm Creates a More Sustainable and Healthy Way To Care for Patients

By Sara Tipton “Our food should be our medicine.” – Hippocrates Food is medicine and having access to foods that provide sustenance and health during illness and recovery is vital. One hospital wanted to ensure each patient was given nutrient-rich food during their stay and…

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