USF Health’s Pharmacy of the Future combines digital health, advanced technology and personalized medicine

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn is making it a point to greet every single visitor to the University of South Florida (USF) Health’s Pharmacy of the Future – Pharmacy Plus, a national prototype combining digital health, advanced technology and personalized medicine.

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Bringing Neonatology 24/7 to Brandon Regional

HCA hospital begins unique collaboration with All Children’s Specialty Physicians

 

By LYNNE JETER

National Pharmacy Prototype Debuts

USF Health’s Pharmacy of the Future combines digital health, advanced technology and personalized medicine

Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn is making it a point to greet every single visitor to the University of South Florida (USF) Health’s Pharmacy of the Future – Pharmacy Plus, a national prototype combining digital health, advanced technology and personalized medicine.

By LYNNE JETER

Advancing TeleHealth in Florida

Southeastern Telehealth Resource Center to host first annual Florida TeleHealth Summit Dec. 4-5 in Winter Park

 

WINTER PARK – As Floridians morph into holiday mode, a very important meeting will take place concerning a critical aspect of futuristic medicine Dec. 4-5 at The Alfond Inn in Winter Park.

 

PHYSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: Jayendra Choksi, MD

Psychiatrist, chief of staff, St. Joseph’s Hospital, Tampa

TAMPA - Jayrenda Choksi soon will complete his term as both the first psychiatrist and the first Indian to serve as chief of staff at St. Joseph’s Hospital. For a physician who contends his medical specialty is “the most difficult,” Choksi sure makes it look easy to his colleagues at the BayCare Health System facility.

By JEFF WEBB

November 2014

Brief business news items from the local healthcare community.

 

NewsweekGrace For Two Brothers Foundation Gathers for International Survivors of ...KGWNThe Grace for 2 Brothers Foundation gathered with grief-stricken individuals today..in honor of International Survivors of Suicide Loss Day. It was an emotional day for the suicide prevention group and the individuals who met them to grieve. On International ...Stigma of suicide makes talk difficultStaunton News LeaderIowans Gather to Support Those Who Have Lost Loved One to Suicidewhotv.comSupport offered at International Survivors of Suicide Day event in Cape GirardeauKFVSCounty 10 -Newsweek -WNDU-TVall 9 news articles »

Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 18:37

Capital OTCGluten-Free Isn't the Best Choice for EveryoneCapital OTCgluten-free Gluten allergies have been incriminated in many cases as the culprit for a variety of gastrointestinal (and non-gastrointestinal) issues. Gluten-free solutions, however, aren't the best way to go for everyone, a recent study shows. Scientists with ...Avoiding Gluten is not Healthier Choice for manyWest Texas NewsGluten-Free Diet Really That Healthy?Guardian Liberty VoiceReport: Gluten-Free Diet Not Necessarily HealthierShortNews.comNewsNet5.com -Tech Times -KOMO Newsall 36 news articles »

Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 17:52

WKBN.comMedical examiner IDs Cleveland men found fatally shot on city's East Sidecleveland.comCLEVELAND, Ohio – The Cuyahoga County Medical Examiner's Office has identified two men shot and killed early Saturday on Marah Avenue. Malik Abdussatar, 22, and Wajid Abdussatar, 34, both of Cleveland, were found shot to death in a car about 5 a.m. ...Northeast Ohio overdoses linked to pain-killerABC6OnYourSide.comall 19 news articles »

Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 17:26

New York TimesHow to Arrive at the Best Health PoliciesNew York TimesWhen the 48-year-old man from Oregon didn't have insurance, he felt he had no place to go but the emergency room. The man, who has diabetes, went to the emergency room often when he suffered from kidney stones. “Emergency rooms, from what I ...Help is on hand at Munroe for federal health care sign-upsOcalaThings to know about NY health insurance exchangeWashington TimesNY's poor gain from health insurance changesDanbury News Timesall 39 news articles »

Saturday, November 22, 2014 - 16:18

Maryville Daily TimesReport: Global obesity costs hits $2 trillionMaryville Daily TimesAn overweight person is shown eating Oct. 17, 2007, in London. A new report by the McKinsey Global Institute released Thursday says that the global cost of obesity has risen to $2 trillion annually — nearly as much as smoking or the combined impact of ...Chart: The world is too fat and it's costing us $2 trillion a yearConcord MonitorReport: Global obesity costs reach $2 trillionIndiana Gazetteall 33 news articles »

Friday, November 21, 2014 - 23:04