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|Cuts in Medicare Reimbursements Create Long-Range Physician Concern|
Memphis-area physicians say they will not change how they do business because government-funded programs have suffered budget cuts. But the tension is increasing for a long-term resolution.
|HEALTHCARE LEADER: Lisa Klesges|
New U of M dean aims at making public health a local priority
Part visionary, part probing researcher, part diplomat, Lisa Klesges is 100 percent creative strategist when it comes to the University of Memphis’ fledgling School of Public Health...
|MEMPHIS ON THE MEND: Christ Community Health Services: A Vision Turned into Fruition|
In the beginning . . . there were four medical students: Rick Donlan, Steve Besh, Karen Miller and David Pepperman...
|Hey Doc, Will You Play Ball?|
Sharing information has to start with this – know to whom the information belongs. Hint: it’s not you, Doc, even if you’re the one holding it...
|Mayo Clinic Fellow Trains at Mroz Baier|
The Mayo Clinic is world renowned for excellence, but isn't above turning to a Memphis medical leader for occasional help...
|Memphis Healthcare Real Estate Defies Trend|
Investors grab what's available after doctors align with hospitals
Doctors may feel a little uncertain about the healthcare market these days, but real estate experts have no doubts about medical offices. They are hot property...
|None of the Above|
Governor Selects “Third Choice” on Medicaid Expansion
When it came time to expand TennCare rolls to cover those up to 138 percent of the federal poverty level (FPL) or decline the offer that included...
|MEDICAL ECONOMICS: Accelerating Change in Education|
In my April column, we discussed a world led by economic force – a force that is primarily driven by job creation and quality GDP growth...