Tag Archives: State

Will the World Become a Police State?

COVID-19 has sparked fear and panic across the world. Every day, the news is reporting the number of individuals who have likely died from the infection. True to the need to report negative news, they are talking about the thousands who have died, but not the hundreds of thousands who have survived the infection. The… Read More »

SA becomes latest state to close borders

South Australia will effectively close its borders in a bid to stop the spread of the coronavirus outbreak, as the number of cases jumped to 100. Premier Steven Marshall announced on Sunday that anyone entering the state would be subject to a mandatory 14-day isolation period. The new measures will take effect immediately but will… Read More »

Massachusetts man has coronavirus, state health officials say; US cases rise to 8

Health officials said Saturday that a man in Massachusetts has been infected with the coronavirus after returning from a recent trip to China, bringing the overall reported cases in the United States to eight. The Massachusetts Department of Public Health received confirmation late Friday evening that a Boston man in his early 20s contracted the illness… Read More »

Why interoperability matters to the current and future state of healthcare

In the modern world of healthcare, it’s critical for technology to be interoperable. Different EHR systems must have the ability to exchange information between providers. Offering better workflows, improved clarity, and better patient care, true interoperability between systems, however, remains elusive. Fundamentally, interoperability delivers the opportunity for better care coordination and lower healthcare costs. The… Read More »

The College’s Center for Evolution and Medicine selects new director to lead next phase of operation – Arizona State University

July 25, 2019 When diagnosing and treating illnesses, traditional medicine looks to the ailment itself. But what about the biological, environmental and evolutionary factors that paved its way? That’s one of the questions the Center for Evolution and Medicine at Arizona State University was created to address. Ken Buetow came to ASU in 2012 from… Read More »