Forgotten No Longer

LONDON In a medical climate where specialized care is increasingly the norm, it might come as some surprise that there

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Still Moore to Do

When Kevin Moore was growing up in Elizabethtown, Kentucky, he envisioned one day becoming a doctor. It’s fair to assume

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UofL Tackles Opioid Misuse Among Seniors

LOUISVILLE According to 2016 data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, more than 500,000 Medicare Part D

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Kentucky’s New Telehealth Act

Back in 2014, I wrote an article for MD-Update about treating patients by “telehealth” in Kentucky.1 While Kentucky was one

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Lung Cancer Education Effort Reaches More than 1,200 Providers

The lung cancer death rate in Kentucky is 50 percent higher than the national average, accounting for more than a

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New Kentucky Legislation Clears State Law Barriers to Direct Primary Care Practice Model

During the 2017 regular session, the Kentucky Legislature paved the way for the “Direct Primary Care” practice model with the

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Getting the Professional Treatment

LOUISVILLE In a world dominated by 24-hour sports channels, pro-athlete endorsed products, and an increasing pressure to compete at a

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What Do Providers Really Need in a Toxicology Screening?

RUSSELL SPRINGS Unless you have just returned from a very long isolation stay on the International Space Station, you are

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Targeting Physician Education

LOUISVILLE The mortality rate for lung cancer in Kentucky is 50 percent higher than the national average. The state ranks

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Healthy Beginnings

LEXINGTON A primary care physician is not just for sick visits. Primary care providers are an integral partner in the

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