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Doris Parker, RN, Returns Today to Her Native Liberia to Help Curb Ebola

"As a nurse, this is what you do: You take care of people," she said before leaving for her 3-month mission.

Posted 11/20/14 | 1 comment

Participation High in Medicare's ASC Quality Reporting

Nearly 99% of certified facilities successfully completed the program this year.

Posted 11/20/14 | Post a comment

Health Plan of Nevada Settles Hepatitis C Lawsuits

Insurer settles with patients who contracted disease during 2008 outbreak.

Posted 11/19/14 | Post a comment

New Treatment for Obesity Relies on Embolization

A minimally invasive procedure may decrease the appetite hormone.

Posted 11/18/14 | Post a comment

News & Notes

Posted 11/17/14 | Post a comment

Plastic Surgeon Accused of Writing Fake Prescriptions to Fuel His Addiction

Seattle doc allegedly wrote himself more than 250 prescriptions for amphetamines.

Posted 11/17/14 | 1 comment

Behind Closed Doors: Thanks for Everything

Changes large and small have improved OR nursing.

Posted 11/13/14 | Paula Watkins, RN, CNOR | Post a comment

Cutting Remarks: It's a Mad Dash When I Overbook

I'll do anything to avoid the 5 o'clock witching hour.

Posted 11/13/14 | John D. Kelly, IV, MD | Post a comment

Letters & E-Mails

Posted 11/13/14 | Post a comment


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