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NetDoc Newsletter April 2007
Written by Naoum Issa, MD, PhD   

NetDoc Newsletter for Medical Professionals. April, 2007

 NetDoc April 2007 Newsletter
Contents of this issue



Medical Software Sale

USBMIS is a leading developer of handheld software for medical and nursing professionals. USBMIS software solutions create user-friendly programs that work to the exacting standards of physicians, nurses, medical students and residents at the bedside, in the clinic, and in the medical laboratory.

USBMIS is proud to be a partner of Netdoc.com and its affiliate sites and is therefore offering
$5 off the purchase of any USBMIS software title for the month of April.

Software available for Palm and Pocket PC platforms in the following areas of specialty:

  • Drug/Interactions Guide
  • Nursing
  • Emergency Medicine
  • General Medicine
  • Surgery
  • Pediatrics
  • Medical Student
  • Resident
  • Radiology
  • Rheumatology
  • Obstetrics & Gynecology
  • And more...


Internal Medicine on the NetDoc Medical Speciality Pages

Featured IM Job:

Internal Medicine Opportunity with Partnership near Dallas, TX
CompHealth, (Full time,Permanent)
 
Join 2 Internal Medicine physicians in an established and successful practice Be busy quickly taking over an existing patient base and new referrals Traditional setting with 1:7 call group Booming community with many families moving there for proximity...

IM News current top story: Long term aspirin use associated with reduced risk of dying in women

IM Discussion forum: Screening checklists for patients


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Physician Shortage Update - Are physicians a vanishing breed?

There seems to be an end to the physician shortage-physician oversupply debate. The AAMC, as a result of a 2006 fall survey of U.S. medical schools, has recommended a 30 percent increase in first-year U.S. M.D. enrollment by 2015.

A 30-percent increase would require more than 4,900 additional medical students per year. But will this solve the problem?

Read the complete story...


From the NetDoc Medical Newsfeed

Improving mammogram rates with web-based reminders

An administrative database that helps appointment secretaries remind women to have mammograms increased the breast cancer screening rate at one large group practice, according to a report in the March 26 issue of Archives of Internal Medicine, one of the JAMA/Archives journals.

Read the complete story...


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Common Diseases

Swine Flu - Updates and information on H1N1 2009 (AKA Swine Influenza) pandemic.

Ankylosing spondylitis - Current protocols for diagnosis and treatment options.

Wegener granulomatosis - Autoimmune etiology and clinical course.

Diabetes - disease and management information, including diagnosis, typical treatment plans and diabetes supplies.

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Medical Careers

The US medical jobs market has stayed hot for health care providers. Whether you believe that a provider shortage is in the offing or that the ratio of physicians-to-patients is too high, physician jobs and nursing jobs abound.

A wide variety of medical jobs can be found in the netdoc health care job listings. Particular strengths include permanent and locum tenens physician jobs, nursing jobs across the US, and radiology positions.

Other resources include physician salary information, medical career guidance, and the ability to post physician jobs.

Polls

When hiring your medical practice office manager, what was the most important consideration?
 
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