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US government probes medical devices for possible cyber flaws
US-CYBERSECURITY-MEDICALDEVICES-INSIGHT:U.S. government probes medical devices for possible cyber Reuters Jay Radcliffe displays a Medtronic Corp insulin pump at his home in Meridian, Idaho October 10, 2014. REUTERS/Brian Losness.
Chief Medical Officer: we're not ready for Ebola in our region
Chief Medical Officer Chris Baggoley told the Senate hearing that Australian Medical Assistance Teams (AUSMAT) were not being provided the specialist training required to manage an Ebola outbreak, typically comprising weeks of lectures, hands-on ...
Chief medical officer: Australia not Ebola ready
Ebola: health department rejects claims Australian medical teams 'unprepared'
Trust team doctors over concussion, says MLS medical chief
BRIDGETOWN Barbados (Reuters) - FIFA's new plans for dealing with concussions have been criticised by some in the United States for not involving an independent medical inspection, but Major League Soccer's medical chief believes team doctors should ...
Chief medical officer: could take 2 weeks to deploy health team if Ebola ...
ELEANOR HALL: The Greens have leapt on the revelation from Australia's chief medical officer that it could take up to a fortnight to deploy health teams to Papua New Guinea if there were to be an outbreak of Ebola there. In response to calls for ...
Manus Island camp holds 87 people awaiting specialist medical treatment in ... - Sydney Morning Herald
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Manus Island camp holds 87 people awaiting specialist medical treatment in ...
Sydney Morning Herald
"IHMS [International Health and Medical Services] is contracted to provide primary medical care to asylum seekers at Manus island, and the lack of specialists is used as an excuse to unreasonably delay or deny treatment to people who urgently need it ...
Medical research is unwell
Last Friday, the annual round of research grants from the National Health and Medical Research Council were announced. The success rate has been in free fall, plummeting to an all-time low of 15 per cent this year from a high of 26.7 per cent six years ...
medical care for all, regardless of means
Medibank initially was opposed by many GPs, the Australian Medical Association and private health funds, who argued it was akin to a socialist takeover and jeopardised individuals' freedom. While the scheme was partly repealed by the Fraser government, ...
Medical grant success rate tumbles
SUCCESS rates on medical research project grants this year have plummeted to just 14.9 per cent leaving thousands of researchers demoralised as the National Health and Medical Research Council increasingly shifts towards funding fewer grants but for ...
Price Comparison Tools Can Lower Medical Costs, Says New Study
A small study published by Castlight Health in JAMA today buttresses the belief that consumers who know the price of medical tests and visits will choose the less expensive provider. Castlight sells cloud-based software that allows employees of self ...
Spinal cord injuries and the reality of medical 'breakthroughs'
Every time a medical breakthrough is reported in the news and scientists speak of curing the previously incurable, there are a group of people like Raquel who have to read between the lines to see if this is just another false dawn – or something of ...
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