Monthly Archives: August 2016

08 Aug

When it comes to trauma care, where you live determines if you live

By Dan Gorenstein June 17, 2016 Angel Santiago arrives to speak to the media from Florida Hospital about being shot in the Pulse gay nightclub terror attack in Orlando, Florida.  On Friday, the National Academies of Science will release a report assessing the quality of trauma care in the United States. This comes less than a

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01 Aug

Why it’s still difficult for hospitals to share patient data

By Dan Gorenstein June 20, 2016 Sharing data seems like a given when it comes to patient care, but it’s not always so easy.  – Dr. Alan Kumar was on duty when a man in his 60s entered the emergency room at Community Hospital in Northwest Indiana. Kumar said the man was so uncomfortable, Community was the

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