Monday, April 16, 2018
UF Researchers Identify Patient Factors Associated with Persistent Musculoskeletal Pain

As health care providers and policymakers look for ways to address opioid misuse, knowing who may be at risk for developing chronic pain could be an important tool for prevention. A new University of Florida study has pinpointed patient characteristics associated with long-term musculoskeletal pain. Researchers say the information could help physical therapists and other clinicians identify at-risk patients and better tailor treatments to control their pain and potentially limit prescription of opioid medications for pain. ..

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Monday, June 29, 2015
USF associate professor investigates link between quality and cost of health care for diabetic patients

Are higher costs in health care for diabetes patients always associated with higher quality goods and services? Not necessarily, writes Troy Quast, PhD, in the June issue of The American Journal of Managed Care. ..

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Tuesday, June 07, 2011
The National Coalition for Health Integration becomes a Class A Sustaining Member of Nambda Rail to transform global research and healthcare delivery

National Lambda Rail, Inc. (NLR), the advanced research network establishedby the U.S. research and education community, announced today that the National Coalition for Health Integration (NCHI), a non-profit organization dedicated to the transformation of healthcare, has become a Class A Sustaining Member. Working together, NLR and NCHI will accelerate advances in medical research, and provide efficient delivery of healthcare services, while supporting long-term education and research initiatives. ..

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Thursday, March 10, 2011
UCF Symposium to Focus on Technology in Health Care

Regional representatives will discuss the impact of technology in health care at the seventh-annual State of Health Care in Central Florida Symposium at the University of Central Florida. ..

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Thursday, January 13, 2011
Jackson Lab, USF scout Hillsborough, Sarasota for research site

The Jackson Laboratory and the University of South Florida shifted their search for a site for a research facility north to Hillsborough and Sarasota counties. ..

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Monday, November 08, 2010
Local biotechnology companies to collect $4.5 million in health care grants

The health care reform act is pumping $4.5 million worth of tax credits or grants into 10 Alachua County biotechnology companies, all but one of them University of Florida startups.  ..

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Friday, October 22, 2010
Miller School Sweeps the 2010 Excellence in Health Care Awards

Staff and faculty at the Miller School of Medicine received three of the South Florida Business Journal’s 2010 Excellence in Health Care Awards, earning the top honor in every category for which they were finalists. ..

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