Telehealth Expansion in Kentucky 2020 During COVID-19: the Future?

In 2018, Kentucky became one of the first states to authorize physician use of telehealth and to prohibit health plans

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Surplus Supplies Save Lives Worldwide — And in Our Own Backyard

LOUISVILLE Nearly 430,000 garbage trucks — that’s what it would take to haul medical surplus from U.S. hospitals each year,

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COVID-19: Reflections, Remembrances and Recollections

“What will you remember? What would you like to forget?” We asked Kentuckiana physicians and administrators to share their thoughts

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COVID-19 Immunity Protection for Healthcare Professionals

During the COVID-19 crisis, a number of state governments, including Kentucky’s, have taken steps to adopt new protections for the

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Perspectives and Opinions: Old and New

For an infectious disease physician practicing at the onset of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Lexington, in some ways the environment

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Q & A with Danesh Mazloomdoost, MD

LEXINGTON With many medical specialties now taking a more holistic approach to healthcare, it is not uncommon to place mental

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Vaping and E-Cigarettes Add to Lung Disease

FRANKFORT You’ve seen them in stores and on billboards on the side of the road, and heard about them on

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Dr. Jones Speaks: “Going on Offense Against Cancer”

“We spend a lot of money on healthcare and health insurance. The problem is, we’re not spending enough on prevention.”—

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