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Matthew Barker on the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons

By MED Editor, Jun 27, 2017, Categories: People

Matthew Barker, MD, South Dakota's only fellowship trained urogynecologic surgeon, is now the state's first member of the SGS.

Managing Lymphedema in the Summer

By Digital Media Director, Jun 26, 2017, Categories: In Print, Wellness, Education

As summer approaches, patients with lymphedema need to take extra precautions to prevent a “flair-up”. Those at risk should also be on the the alert for the signs and symptoms of impending lymphedema.

How to Deal with Negative Comments Online

By Digital Media Director, Jun 26, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, Business, Technology

Patient complaints often share one common denominator—a breakdown in the physician-patient relationship. The best options, therefore, for protecting your online reputation should be directed at repairing and preserving relationships with your patients.

Four Simple Steps to Speaking Confidently and Clearly if you have a Foreign Accent

By Digital Media Director, Jun 26, 2017, Categories: In Print, Education, Business

A foreign accent is when a person applies the patterns of their first language to their second language. This is especially problematic when the second language is English. English has a multitude of characteristics that are very different from most other languages.

Helmsley Charitable Trust Passes $300 Million Milestone for Rural Healthcare

By Digital Media Director, Jun 26, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Outreach

The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust’s Rural Healthcare Program has surpassed a $300 million milestone in grants to improve rural healthcare across a seven-state region that stretches from Montana to Minnesota.

Bariatric Surgery As a Last Resort for Extreme Childhood Obesity

By Digital Media Director, Jun 26, 2017, Categories: In Print

Children’s Specialty Physicians launched its bariatric surgery program in 2013. As of June 2017, 12 children had undergone either a gastric sleeve resection or a gastric bypass. It is not a first-line response to treating adolescent obesity at Children’s – but it is a viable last resort.

Viviphi and Avera Health Confirm Clinical Validation and System-Wide Implementation of the PrecisionPlan Cognitive Computing Platform

By Digital Media Director, Jun 26, 2017, Categories: In Print, Today, News, Technology, Outreach

Avera Health has announced its plans to implement a new cognitive computing platform system wide.


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