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Shared Decision Making Improves Patient Satisfaction During Radiation Therapy, May Help Alleviate A
Pennsylvania
Taking an active role in their radiation treatment decisions leaves cancer patients feeling more satisfied with their care, and may even relieve psychological distress around the experience.
April 17 2014
How Erie's representatives in Congress voted last week
Pennsylvania
WASHINGTON -- Area members of Congress voted on changes to the Affordable Care Act and extending jobless aid, among other issues, in the week of March 31-April 4. This week, the House will take up a Rep. Paul Ryan-authored budget resolution.
April 17 2014
Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Commission Holds Regional Public Meetings
Pennsylvania
HARRISBURG, Pa., April 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Commission today held its first meeting in a series of regional public meetings, seeking public input on the current long-term care system and recommendations on ways in which it can be improved.Governor Tom Corbett established The Pennsylvania Long-Term Care Commission by executive order on Jan. 31, 2014 ...
April 14 2014
Health Care for the Homeless Hosts Its First “Free Market” with the Help of Constellation Emplo
Pennsylvania
Health Care for the Homeless will host its first “Free Market” on April 11, 2014, from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 421 Fallsway in Baltimore. More than 400 individuals experie
April 13 2014
Feeling the impact of dementia
Lancaster, Pennsylvania
A new tool gives caregivers an idea of what dementia patients experience.
April 06 2014
Rusty Yates sees 'eerie' similarities between Andrea Yates, new Pittsburgh case
Pennsylvania
Rusty Yates sees "eerie" similarities between the tragedy that unfolded at his Clear lake home and a new case of Pittsburgh mother accused of killing her children. The former husband of Andrea Yates, who killed her five children in 2001 by drowning them in a bathtub, spoke to this week to Headline News' Jane Valez-Mitchell regarding a similar case in Pennsylvania.
April 05 2014
National soil collection may unlock mysteries
Pennsylvania
A small army of researchers and university students lugging pick axes and shovels scattered across the country for three years to scoop samples into plastic bags from nearly 5,000 places. Scientists say information gleaned from it could help farmers grow better vegetables and build a better understanding of climate change. A researcher of forensic science said mud caked on a murder suspect's ...
March 30 2014
Smuggling cases bring in big money
York, Pennsylvania
A trio of hearings Thursday in Shenandoah County Circuit Court provided a glimpse of the Shenandoah County Sheriff's Office's participation in a series of vast but little known undercover operations targeting black market cigarette transactions along much of the East Coast.
March 28 2014
Antidepressant holds promise in treating Alzheimer's agitation
Pennsylvania
TORONTO, Feb. 19, 2014 /CNW/ - An antidepressant medication has shown potential in treating symptoms of agitation that occur with Alzheimer's disease and in alleviating caregivers' stress, according to a multi-site U.S.- Canada study. "Up to 90 per cent of people with dementia experience symptoms of agitation such as emotional distress, restlessness, aggression or irritability, which is ...
March 20 2014
Flourish delivers care from new state-of-the-art facility
Kansas
In business since 2004, as part of its ongoing efforts to offer Oklahomans a premier healthcare experience in a caring environment, Flourish Pharmacy & Nutrition has opened the doors on a new, state-of-the-art facility on North Pennsylvania Avenue, just north of Memorial Road. Flourish president and CEO Jerrod Roberts says the new facility is part of alleviating pain and suffering with unique ...
March 17 2014
Plastic Surgeon Brian K. Reedy Reveals How Lasers Have Solved 5 Difficult Skin Care Problems
Pennsylvania
Lasers can deliver impressive results to patients with little to no downtime and minimal risks, says Dr. Brian K. Reedy, a leading Pennsylvania surgeon with over 20 years experience in facial plastic surgery. "In the hands of a skilled practitioner, a laser is a versatile and powerful tool," says Reedy, "Laser treatments can also be combined with other protocols to provide superb cosmetic results.
March 12 2014
McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital Receives Women’s Choice Award As One of America’s Best Emerge
Pennsylvania
McCullough-Hyde Memorial Hospital Recognized for Creating an Extraordinary Patient Experience (PRWeb March 04, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/McCulloughHydeMemorialHos/AmericasBestEmergencyCare/prweb11634651.htm
March 06 2014
Susquehanna Health Cardiothoracic Surgeon Uses Vacuum Technology, Technique to Save Lives
Pennsylvania
Susquehanna Health (SH) Cardiothoracic Surgeon Dr. Michael Lazar combines the art of caring with the science of healing using an innovative technique and new technology that helps patients avoid sudden death due to blood clots in the arteries, heart and veins. This minimally invasive therapy uses the AngioVac Cannula to remove the undesirable intravascular material and offers patients an option ...
March 03 2014
Giving medical school students a head start
Pennsylvania
NOXEN -- Identifying a heart murmur for the first time in her medical career, second-year medical student Brianna Shinn, of Clarks Summit, experienced firsthand the value of an early mentoring program between The Commonwealth Medical College and local medical practices.
March 03 2014
Erie County sees one of health care's best bargains
Pennsylvania
Erie County residents have access to one of the Health Insurance Marketplace's best bargains.
February 27 2014
UPMC Hamot posts record revenue, patient visits
Pennsylvania
UPMC Hamot saw the most patients and earned the most money treating them in the last six months of 2013 than during any six-month period of the Erie hospital's 133-year history.
February 27 2014
Police: NW Pa. pedestrian dies after hit-and-run
Pennsylvania
ERIE, Pa. (AP) - Police in northwestern Pennsylvania have been searching for a driver who didn't stop after hitting a pedestrian who has since died. The Erie Times-News ( http://bit.ly/1edsVV1 ) reports the victim, a 51-year-old man, died Friday morning at UPMC Hamot hospital.
February 27 2014
From marriage to murder in 4 months
White, Pennsylvania
It was a violent end to a whirlwind romance scripted against the backdrop of the Taj Mahal, the biggest monument of love. And their marriage was over in about four months. Mr Bunty Sharma, 32, stabbed his American wife Arian Willinger, 35, to death after a series of allegations the couple levelled against each other. He later killed himself in his home in Agra, a city in the Indian state of ...
February 25 2014
What's Your Fracking Problem? Why Health and Environmental Debate is Moot
Watson, missouri
Fracking has become hugely controversial in the UK as the coalition government looks to push forward with the harvesting of shale gas resources. IBTimes UK asks five experts about the potential environmental and health impacts of fracking. He said that in his experience of fracking in Pennsylvania, concerns over water management were limited and the risks of leaks were small. Fracking does ...
February 21 2014
Capital BlueCross hosts free events to teach children how to keep teeth, gums healthy
Center Valley, pennsylvania
HARRISBURG, Pa., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Capital BlueCross is hosting a series of free dental programs at its Capital Blue health and wellness retail store at the Promenade Shops in Center Valley, Pa., to teach children how to keep their teeth and gums clean and healthy. The programs are in celebration of National Children's Dental Health Month. "It is important that children learn at an ...
February 20 2014
Online registration for walkers now open for Highmark's "Walk for A Healthy Community"
Pennsylvania
PITTSBURGH, Feb. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- For the 12th consecutive year, Highmark is hosting its Walk for a Healthy Community fundraiser to benefit nonprofit organizations. The annual spring walks will occur in Pittsburgh, Harrisburg, Bethlehem, Johnstown and Erie for the benefit of 184 nonprofit organizations across Pennsylvania. Highmark's Walk for a Healthy Community provides a yearly ...
February 18 2014
Highmark: Obamacare now on track
Pennsylvania
Largest Pa. insurer has signed 110,000 despite early problems. Highmark Inc. has experienced "exceptionally strong" enrollments under the federal Affordable Care Act, with January activity more than doubling December's, the Pittsburgh insurance company's CEO and president said Monday.        
February 18 2014
Governor Corbett Encourages Pennsylvanians to Take Part in National Salute to Veteran Patients Week
New York
ERIE, Pa., Feb. 11, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Governor Tom Corbett today encouraged every Pennsylvanian to participate in National Salute to Veteran Patients Week at U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs Medical Centers across Pennsylvania. "Those who have served deserve our thanks and recognition," Corbett said. "I encourage every Pennsylvanian to take time this week to visit hospitalized ...
February 15 2014
Judge Dismisses Assisted Suicide Case Against Pennsylvania Nurse
Vermont
A Pennsylvania county judge has thrown out an assisted suicide case against a 58-year-old nurse named Barbara Mancini, who was accused of homicide last year for allegedly handing her 93-year-old father a bottle of morphine. The decision is the latest in a series of recent developments signaling a reluctance of courts and state legislatures to criminalize medical care that may hasten death
February 14 2014
Pennsylvania Women’s Health Caucus Introduces series of new bills
Pennsylvania
I think that women’s health legislation is always put on the defensive because of the abortion debate. However, women’s health is about so much more than just that debate. It’s about improving women’s access to quality healthcare and insuring their fair treatment.
February 13 2014
Get Real Health Helping St. Luke’s University Hospital Network Empower Patients through Innovativ
Pennsylvania
St. Luke’s leverages Get Real Health’s InstantPHR™ solution and health information exchange from Caradigm to improve the patient experience and work toward meeting Federal Meaningful Use Stage 2 patient engagement requirements (PRWeb February 05, 2014) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/GRH/StLukes/prweb11554569.htm
February 13 2014
Erie's JFK Center to host career fair
Pennsylvania
The John F. Kennedy Center in Erie will host the Martin Luther King, Jr. Career Fair Friday. The event, organized by the Urban Erie Community Development Corporation, will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at the center, 2021 E. 20th St.
January 22 2014
Corry-area physician charged with possessing child pornography
Pennsylvania
CORRY -- City police said a small case of flash drives found at Corry Memorial Hospital launched an investigation that led Erie County detectives to charge a Corry-area physician with possessing numerous images of child pornography.
January 22 2014
Former Healthways Exec, Anne Wilkins, Joins AllazoHealth's Advisory Board
Clifford, pennsylvania
NEW YORK, Jan. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Anne Wilkins joined AllazoHealth this week as an advisory board member.  Ms. Wilkins has more than 20 years of healthcare experience.   She was Partner and Managing Director at BCG until 2008, leading the North American Health Care Payer Practice, which was the fastest growing sector of the health care practice during her tenure.  She's also the former ...
January 21 2014
Year In Review: Crimes That Made Headlines
Pennsylvania
It's time to start taking a look back at what made news in the past year. We start our year-in-review series with a look at the crimes and trials that caught our attention in 2013.
January 21 2014
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