Kentucky Declines to Adopt Negligent Credentialing

…not yet final, but all six Kentucky Supreme Court justices reviewing the issue joined in the opinion. While this may seem like a positive step for health care providers, the…

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News – Jan 2018

…at the School of Medicine. In 2017, Bolli received a $13.8 million research grant from the National Institutes of Health to study a revolutionary treatment of heart disease, which focuses…

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Helping Older Adults Flourish for a Lifetime

…is imperative that the healthcare industry innovates to meet the need. The University of Louisville Institute for Sustainable Health & Optimal Aging (ISHOA) is leading the way. According to their…

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Breeding Success

…Mountain Comprehensive Health Corporation offers a wide range of services, including family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, OB-GYN, dental, and optometry. Dr. Van Breeding is the Director of Clinical…

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Senior Health and Hearing Loss

…in the elderly include: Depression Withdrawal from social life Loneliness Anger Decreased personal safety Cognitive decline Poor health Seniors with untreated hearing loss report a lower quality of life than…

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Plastic Surgeons Transplant Tissue Between Identical Twins

…performed simultaneously in a double operating room at Jewish Hospital, part of KentuckyOne Health, with Craig’s surgery starting at 8:30 am and Adair’s at 11 am. Background Adair, 47, was…

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Central Kentucky Now Boasts a Center of Excellence in Robotic Surgery

…boast having a Center of Excellence in Robotic Surgery, thanks to Saint Joseph East, which is part of KentuckyOne Health. This designation is bestowed by the Surgical Review Corporation and…

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Taxes: A New Day Has Dawned, or Has It?

…$14,000. 11. Starting in 2019, the new tax bill does away with the Obamacare mandate that requires all individuals to obtain health insurance. Finally, it’s important to point out that…

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A Message from Lexington Medical Society President, Tuyen Tran, MD

…the LMS Foundation support of medical non-profits, and the Bourbon Chase. I would be remiss if I did not mention the opioid epidemic, a public health crisis that according to…

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Marty Luftman, MD, Transitions to a New Practice That’s Just Right

health issues such as smoking, obesity, pre-diabetes, or high cholesterol. “A patient has a much better outcome when they are healthy with a healthy lifestyle before cosmetic surgery,” explains Luftman….

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