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    10 Things You May Not Know About Tarascon

    Posted by Lindsay White on Feb 28, 2017 7:24:50 PM

    You know how invaluable the Tarascon Pharmacopoeia is, but do you know the Tarascon story?

    Here are 10 things you may not know about Tarascon:

    1. The Tarascon Series is named after the Tarascon castle in France where the original author was visiting when he decided to turn his “cheat sheet” of drug information into a published book.
    2. Every year we include a trivia question in the Classic and Deluxe books. The first 25 people who find it and respond with the correct answer get a prize.
    3. You can now find Tarascon Pharmacopoeia drug information in EvidenceCare's unique online decision support tool for providers
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    Topics: physicians, medicine, mobile medicine, Pharmacopoeia, Tarascon, doctors, mobile app, Reviews, pocketbook, Social Media

    New Arrivals: Tarascon Pharmacopoeia 2015 Editions

    Posted by Jennifer Sharp on Nov 16, 2014 7:05:40 PM

    The Tarascon Pharmacopoeia 2015 Editions continue the tradition as the leading pocket drug reference packed with vital drug information to help clinicians make better decisions at the point of care.

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    Topics: pharma, physicians, medicine, mobile medicine, oncology, Pharmacopoeia, prescribing, Tarascon, primary care, doctors, dosing, General Medicine, Pharma, Prescribing, Pyschiatry & Mental Health, Cardiology, Global Health Blog, Hospital Medicine Blog, emergency medicine, hospital medicine, Infectious Disease, infectious disease, prescribe

    Review: "useful in providing essential information to students and residents"

    Posted by Jennifer Sharp on Sep 25, 2013 4:00:03 AM

    Doody’s Review Service recently reviewed the Tarascon Neurosurgery Pockebook  by Melanie G. Hayden Gephart, MD, MAS. According to reviewer, Ramsis  Farid Ghaly, MD, FACS (Ghaly Neurosurgical Associates), “is useful in providing essential information to students and residents.”

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    Topics: Doody's Review Service, medical students, doctors, Authors, neuro, tarascon neurosurgery pocketbook, Reviews, medical residents, Melanie G. Hayden Gephart MD MAS, neurosurgery

    Smart Pill Helps Doctors Monitor From Within

    Posted by Jennifer Sharp on Jun 26, 2013 11:41:18 PM

     

    Proteus Digital Health is creating medicines with mobile technology to make healthcare more accessible, manageable and innovative for patient and provider. In July 2012, the FDA approved Proteus Digital Health's microchip, an ingestible pill containing a tiny sensor that can communicate, via their Digital Health Feedback System, vital information about medication-taking behaviors and how the patient's body is responding.
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    Topics: mobile medicine, oncology, FDA, medication, primary care, Physician, CorTemp, doctors, General Medicine, HQ Inc, mobile medicine, pill, Prescribing, Proteus, Pyschiatry & Mental Health, Cardiology, Hospital Medicine Blog

    The Relationship Between Doctors, Patients & Social Media

    Posted by admin on May 3, 2012 11:26:24 AM

    Re-posted from our friends at Methodical Madness:
    Health Care and Social Media

    A recent article in Information Week stated that the health care community in the United States doesn’t take full advantage of social media as a health care tool. Most healthcare organizations in the U.S. use social media solely for marketing.

    In contrast, hospitals in European countries such as the NetherlandsNorwaySweden, and the United Kingdom are embracing social media as a way to improve care management, engage patients, and communicate with other doctors.

    Graph courtesy of SHOULD HEALTHCARE ORGANIZATIONS USE SOCIAL MEDIA?

    This is somewhat surprising considering the large number of physicans who use social media. A report on social media and physicians found that 90% of physicians use at least one social media site for personal use and 65% use at least one social media site for professional use. Moreover, 20% of clinicians use 2 or more social media sites for personal and professional use.

    Graph courtesy of Doctors, Patients & Social Media

    Many healthcare professionals see social media as a great educational resource for sharing medical knowledge and networking. In fact, there are doctor-only networks such as Sermo, Physician Connect, and Doximity. There are also public groups like TwitterDoctors.net, a database of physicians who tweet, has more than 1,300 doctors registered.

    The challenges healthcare professionals face with social media are mostly centered on maintaining patient privacy and complying with industry regulations such as HIPAA where there are severe civil or criminal penalties for disclosing personal information. A report showed that of health care professionals who did not use social media, 70% cited privacy issues as the main deterrant. The American Medical Association has issued guidelines for medical students and physicians. But the social media landscapes moves so quickly, keeping current is difficult.

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    Topics: social media, Health care, doctors, HIPPA, patients, American Medical Association, communication, medical school

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