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Current Issues (January 2018)
The New Faces of Medical School – Baystate PURCH Program Puts Focus on Population Health
Like most first-year students, Kathryn Norman entered medical school in August not knowing exactly what to expect. But there were….
All the News That’s Fit to Hear – Valley Eye Radio Provides Information, Connectivity to Listeners
Pat Duperre was getting ready to retire. And as she recalls those days and her plans for the ones to….
Six Key Practice Trends to Watch in 2018
How will medical practice change in 2018? To some extent, we know. Throughout 2017, the looming question mark over the….
Childhood Traumas May Impact Heart Later
Difficult childhood experiences — from bullying and neglect to physical and sexual abuse — are so prevalent that the American….
Life’s Work – Massachusetts Is Fertile Ground for Biotechnology Careers
For college students — or career changers — seeking a career path with plenty of opportunity close to home, biotechnology….
Cost and Effect – More Business Steer Employees to High-deductible Health Plans
More and more Americans are enrolling in health-insurance plans that require them to pay large deductibles before the plan starts….
Lessons from the #MeToo Wave – There Are Many, for Employers and Employees Alike
As 2017 winds to a close, society continues to be rocked by the Harvey Weinstein scandal, the #MeToo movement, and….
The Power of Connection – ‘SuperAgers’ Suggest Link Between Social Life, Cognitive Health
Scientific evidence about the importance of remaining socially engaged as we age continues to grow. Participating in social activities —….
Root Causes – Genetic Testing Holds Promise, but Proceed with Caution
Q: I’ve seen and heard a lot lately about genetic testing, especially on television. What is genetic testing, and what….
ON THE CALENDAR – January 2018
Grandparents-to-be Class Jan. 7: Are you eagerly awaiting the birth of your first grandchild? Or maybe even your second or third?….
CAREER PULSE – January 2018
Mercy Names Marthone Chief Nursing Officer SPRINGFIELD — Frances Gomes Marthone has been named chief Nursing officer (vice president of Patient….
A Quick Way to Save a Life – With Need for Blood Constant, It’s Always a Good Time to Donate
The American Red Cross promotes blood donation year-round, but National Blood Donor Month provides an additional opportunity for awareness during a time….
Before It’s Too Late – Be Aware of Glaucoma, the ‘Sneak Thief of Sight’
January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month, an important time to spread the word about this sight-stealing disease. Currently, more than 3….
In Search of Insight – Five Great Interview Questions When Hiring for Your Practice
Hiring candidates who are a perfect fit for your healthcare practice is hard. Period. With the knowledge that getting it….
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