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Infographic: Email marketing rules to live by

Mar 21, 2018 , Healthcare Comm.
Though inboxes are chock full of spam and unread information, email remains effective for lead and revenue generation. Here are some ways to avoid ending up in the digital trash...
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4 ways hospitals invest in communities

Mar 20, 2018 , Healthcare Comm.
PR and marketing pros striving to improve public health must go beyond consumer...
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Viewpoints: Just Say ‘No’ To Using Death Penalty To Fight Opioid Crisis; Ways To Bail Out Obamacare Before More Lose Insurance

Mar 20, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
Editorial pages highlight these health topics and...
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5 Ways Out of an Exercise Rut

Mar 17, 2018 , MedicineNet
Title: 5 Ways Out of an Exercise RutCategory: Health NewsCreated: 3/16/2018 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 3/16/2018 12:00:00...
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A Nurse’s Popular Preteen Classes on Puberty….Parents Included

Mar 15, 2018 , American Journal of Nursing
Julie Metzger, MN, RN. Photo by Holly Andres. The first time I menstruated, I knew exactly what it meant: that I could never go swimming again. I don’t know how I squared this idea with the fact that older girls and women were always in the city pool when I went there. Illogically, [...] The post A Nurse’s Popular Preteen Classes on Puberty….Parents Included appeared first on Off the...
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Flu Vaccine Forecast: If There Is A Cure, It May Still Be ‘A Decade Away’

Mar 14, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
While flu rates are finally easing up, researchers look for ways to improve the shot that this year was only 36 percent effective. "The one thing about flu that you can count on, is that it will be unpredictable," said Dr. Nicole Marie Iovine of the University of Florida. Meanwhile, the flu season continues and record high deaths occur in...
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The Financial And Personal Toll Of Family Caregiving

Mar 13, 2018 , Forbes
A new Northwestern Mutual survey reveals the ways family caregiving can affect your finances, your career and your...
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News and views, odds and ends from HIMSS18

Mar 11, 2018 (Jonah Comstock), Mobile Health News
MobiHealthNews spent the last week at the HIMSS18 annual global conference in Washington DC. You can see all our HIMSS coverage on our website, but we don't always have time to write all the news from the show. Read on for some additional comments, case studies, and launches from the show. Jonathan Bush says digital can save hospitals from becoming...
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4 ways communicators can save time

Mar 10, 2018 , Healthcare Comm.
As daylight saving time approaches, consider these tactics to make your productivity spring...
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When resources are sparse, policymakers are looking for community partners

Mar 08, 2018 (Laura Lovett), Mobile Health News
 Government agencies don’t always have deep pockets, which can mean there isn’t a whole lot of wiggle room for an innovation budget. But some policy leaders are finding ways to make that budget work. Elise Sweeney-Anthony, director of the office of policy at the ONC, on Monday, said it is important for her organization to turn to stakeholders when looking to...
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5 ways Pinterest can be used for patient education

Mar 08, 2018 , Healthcare Comm.
Show them how medical procedures...
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Chopra's message: Open up data, share innovative approaches

Mar 07, 2018 (Laura Lovett), Mobile Health News
Healthcare is in need of a culture change when it comes to sharing data, Aneesh Chopra, president of NavHealth and former U.S. chief technology officer under President Barack Obama, said Monday at HIMSS18. All over the world, healthcare innovators are developing new technologies and using data to help. However, this information isn’t always available for others to...
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Study: iPad exercise program helps seniors in Siberia get active

Mar 07, 2018 (Laura Lovett), Mobile Health News
Finding ways to excersise in Siberia where weather is notoriously extreme can be difficult. But a recent study published by JMIR set out to see if an iPad-based exercise regime could help seniors living in...
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Despite Dark, Abuse-Ridden History Of Mental Asylums, Some Experts Argue They Should Be Brought Back

Mar 07, 2018 , Kaiser Health News
President Donald Trump recently renewed a conversation about mental institutions as he talked about ways to fix the psychological health system after the Florida shooting. While experts say asylums wouldn't have served to prevent the massacre, some do see the societal need for them. “When people are going back and forth from prisons to hospitals, that’s a sign they might have benefited from longer-term treatment options,” said Dominic Sisti, a medical...
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How powerful are your media pitches?

Mar 06, 2018 , Healthcare Comm.
Do your press events always impress? Enter PR Daily’s 2018 Media Relations Awards. Don’t miss the final deadline on March...
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Study Finds The Brain's 'Pain Decision Center' -- Could It Be A Key To Stemming The Opioid Epidemic?

Mar 05, 2018 , Forbes
The opioid epidemic is putting pressure on researchers to find effective ways of relieving pain without addiction. A team of researchers may have just uncovered part of an answer, and it's already in our...
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Lawsuit challenging ACA creates new political drama for red-state lawmakers

Mar 03, 2018 , Modern Healthcare Breaking News
Disappointed that Congress failed to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act, red-state lawmakers continue to look for ways to take down the law. But many are finding that they must balance that goal with the need to shore up insurance...
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Children's and parents’ experience of hospital stays don’t always match

Mar 02, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - Young patients and their parents may often disagree on what the child’s experience in the hospital was really like, according to a study in the UK that found differing perceptions on issues such as safety, decision-making and privacy....
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Can Pain Brain Researchers Help Stem The Opioid Epidemic?

Mar 02, 2018 , Forbes
The opioid epidemic is putting pressure on researchers to find effective ways of relieving pain without addiction. A team of researchers may have just uncovered part of an answer, and it's already in our...
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Vaping may help pneumonia-causing bacteria invade airways

Mar 01, 2018 , Reuters
(Reuters Health) - People who smoke e-cigarettes might have an increased risk of developing pneumonia because the vapor could help bacteria stick to cells lining the airways, a small experiment suggests....
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