MRI in Early Onset Scoliosis: Is Universal Screening Necessary?

LEXINGTON One of the core aspects Shriners Hospitals for Children’s mission is to conduct innovative research that will improve the

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Gynecologic Oncologist Promotes Broader Use of Robotic Surgery

LOUISVILLE Daniel S. Metzinger, MD, associate professor at the U of L School of Medicine, and gynecologic oncologist at University

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Just an Arm’s Length and a Day Away

LOUISVILLE The days of lengthy hospital stays for surgical procedures are long gone. Much of this is fueled by payers,

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Educating Patients, Optimizing Costs, Empowering Women

LOUISVILLE We hear this time and again – Women are often the caregivers for their entire family, the medical decision-makers,

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A New Home for Structural Heart Disease

LOUISVILLE They say, “Home is where the heart is.” Well, now the heart has a new home – at the

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Expected CMS and OIG Enforcement Targets for 2016

Each year, the Office of Inspector General (OIG) for the department of Health and Human Services (HHS) issues a work

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10 Years and Beating Strong

NEW ALBANY, IN Sebastian Pagni, MD, knows a good thing when he sees it. The board-certified general and cardiothoracic surgeon

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Kentucky’s Informed Consent Law

A new opinion by the Kentucky Supreme Court has altered the application of informed consent in medical malpractice lawsuits in

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Events – May 2015

Walk with a Doc Events in Louisville and Lexington Raise Awareness for Parkinson’s Disease LOUISVILLE KentuckyOne Health with the Parkinson

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News – May 2015

Baptist Cardiac Surgery Welcomes Khan LOUISVILLE Ahmad Khan, MD, cardiothoracic surgeon, recently joined Baptist Cardiac Surgery, a part of Baptist

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