Proper preparation and a few healthy habits can assure recreational athletes are consistently ready for action.
Creativity, problem-solving, and assessment help forge the foundation for a work conditioning/hardening program.
At a recent Risk Management Society (RIMS) Conference, One Call Care Management reports that it outlined challenges for workers’ compensation stemming from a trend of obesity among workers and key strategies intended to control claims costs and improving outcomes for obese, injured workers.
In a recent study, University of Oxford researchers state that nearly 8% of components used in primary hip replacements in 2011 were implanted without readily identifiable evidence of clinical effectiveness.
A recent study suggests that the use of high-density foam mattresses may allow the standard 2-hour patient repositioning schedule, intended to minimize pressure ulcers, to be extended up to 3 or 4 hours.
A survey indicates that clinicians and nurses are highly vulnerable to work injuries, leading to missed shifts and altered activities while on the job.
A recent donation has allowed University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA), Health Sciences, to launch what it calls the "first university-based military medicine center for wounded warriors on the West Coast."
HydroWorx has announced that October 10 it will host a 1 hour webinar centered on shoulder surgery aquatic rehabilitation and techniques.
RMS offers a new half-day "Documentation & Coding Summit" to clinic owners and directors, designed to help protect practices, help fulfill requirements of their Corporate Compliance Policy, and ensure understanding of professional responsibility.
Clinicient highlights support for Medicare functional limitation reporting in its web-based electronic medical record (EMR) software.