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Twin Cities hospitals face critical shortage of pain medications

Twin Cities hospitals are struggling amid a nationwide shortage to keep adequate supplies of critical care drugs, including pain meds like fentanyl and morphine that are necessary to surgery and recov... read more

The Top Doctors in the Twin Cities, 2018

We interviewed six celebrated Twin Cities doctors about ... ve suffered severe injuries to the face and body experience seemingly insurmountable hardships. So it’s surprising to hear Dr. William Mohr, ... read more

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Consumers will face increasing pressure to comparison ... based health system with three hospitals and a health plan, developed that pair of measures. The Twin Cities health system's decade-long exper... read more

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Despite the vast need — and the potential payoff in reduced recidivism — mental health and substance abuse treatment for many Massachusetts inmates is chronically undermined by clinician shortages, sh... read more


India’s rabid dog problem is running the country ragged

“That’s when the dog grabbed onto my face,” says Veena, her own right cheek imprinted with the faint outline of canine teeth. She later lost consciousness as she and Bhuvan were being driven to their ... read more

Strategies shift for treating mental illnesses

Coleman is among hundreds of patients across Minnesota benefiting from a fundamental shift in the way hospitals and health plans treat people with serious mental illnesses. Facing a critical shortage ... read more

Russian Health Care Is Dying a Slow Death

They have already taken the first step, but even in many cities the second ... be tied directly to chronic pain." How can doctors and patients continue their struggle in the face of such indifference? ... read more

Will ‘Modicare’ Be a Game Changer for India?

These will provide comprehensive primary health care including free essential drugs and diagnostic ... of both hospitals that agree to be empaneled in the scheme and doctors that work in these hospita... read more

In Baghdad, hospital feels growing crisis

The hospital is short of that basic piece of equipment, which can be obtained only when a doctor sends a note to the pharmaceutical department. "He is critical ... screams of pain. His name was Khalid ... read more

Cancer Pain Management Insights and Reality in Southeast Asia: Expert Perspectives From Six Countries

In lower-level hospitals in these countries, pain is not evaluated or is assessed primarily on the basis of patients’ verbal description. Unidimensional pain scoring systems such as the Visual Analog ... read more

State Highlights: Aggressive Calif. Bill Proposes Letting State Set Prices For Many Medical Services; Michigan Cuts Off Free Bottled Water To Flint

The bill, backed by labor unions and consumer groups, is certain to rouse fierce opposition from physicians and hospitals, setting the stage for a brawl between some of the Capitol's top lobbying heav... read more



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