‘Prohibiting multispecialty medical organizations and integrated wellness systems from offering imaging services will result in more fragmented treatment and would impede the ability of AMGA associates to coordinate treatment, ‘ stated Donald W. Fisher, Ph.D., CAE, AMGA's president and ceo. ‘AMGA members utilize advanced health it, care management procedures, and clinical decision support tools to help make sure that patients receive suitable imaging care. Instituting such limitations runs counter to the Administration's attempts to stimulate greater integration and care and attention coordination inside our healthcare system.’ ‘We wish the President will reconsider any proposal that restricts patient access to imaging services in multi-specialty medical organizations,’ Fisher concluded.Jon LaPook clarifies the group’s suggestion in the video above and talks about a new class of cholesterol-lowering medications that have been found to dramatically reduce heart attack risk.
APOBEC3B enzyme plays an integral role in breast cancer Researchers in the University of Minnesota have got uncovered a individual enzyme responsible for causing DNA mutations within the majority of breast cancers. The discovery of the enzyme – called APOBEC3B – may change the true way breast cancer is diagnosed and treated. The results from a united team of experts led by Reuben Harris, Ph.D., associate professor of biochemistry, molecular biology and biophysics and also a researcher at the Masonic Tumor Center, University of Minnesota, are released in the latest edition of Character.