RSSArchive for October, 2014

Stanford engineers develop tiny, sound-powered chip to serve as medical device

On October 15, 2014, Jared Tom Abate of Stanford News reported that Stanford engineers have developed an ultrasound powered medical device that would be implanted in patients to “monitor biological processes and deliver pinpoint therapies to treat illness or relieve pain.” To learn more, click here.

The 10 Most In-Demand Physician Specialties

On September 23, 2014, Jared Kaltwasser of HCP Live reported the top 10 most in demand physician specialties based off of Merritt Hawkins annual report. To learn more, click here.

Doctors Make House Calls Again: DASH Becomes Medicare-Eligible for Seniors

On October 18, 2014, Richie DeMaria of  The Santa Barbara Independent reported that Drs. Bordofsky, Baker, Trautwein, and Rikalo developed a program entitled “Doctors Assissting Seniors at Home (DASH) [. . .], an on-call team of rapid-response nurses and palliative care professionals who [. . .] attend to immediate medical needs without the cost, discomfort, […]

I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Terrance Weeden, DO Candidate at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine - Georgia Campus

I AM THE FUTURE OF MEDICINE – Terrance Weeden, DO Candidate at Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine – Georgia Campus

  Terrance Weeden was born early on Memorial Day at Fort Rucker, Alabama, a quiet, small, army base nestled in a rural area in southeast Alabama. He arrived to a mother, father, and an older sister anxiously awaiting their bundle of joy. His parents were both natives to southern Alabama; his dad was enlisted in […]