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[ad_1] They say that nature is neither kind nor cruel, just indifferent. But from the annual banquet of colorful leaves and berries on display this month in national parks across the country, it seems Mother Nature likes to show off sometimes, too. Its timing, by the way, is sublime, with large numbers of Americans heading …

[ad_1] A recent study published in the American Journal of Managed Care found that providers’ use of an electronic health record shared between inpatients and outpatients was associated with a move towards follow-up through a combination of telemedicine and ambulatory laboratory tests, with no difference in 30-day emergency room visits. “The timely availability of clinical …

[ad_1] In a series of interviews this month, the chairman of the House Armed Services Committee Adam smithDavid (Adam) Adam Smith Overnight Defense & National Security – Brought to you by AM General – The Quad confab The Hill’s Morning Report – Presented by Alibaba – Democrats discuss price ahead of politics amid rush House …

Hospitalized patients whose serum sodium levels fall outside the optimal range when they are discharged have an increased risk of dying within a year, investigators reported at the Kidney Week 2020 reimagined virtual conference. ‘American Society of Nephrology. Between dysnatremias, hypernatremia at hospital discharge had a greater influence on 1-year mortality than discharge hyponatremia. In …