HEALTHBEAT When the doctor doesn't like the patient
It was one of those honest admissions that usually go unvoiced: The doctor didn't like the patient and felt pretty sure the patient didn't like him either.
Their introduction didn't go well and the r... Posted on 4/19/13 at 11:11 AM
NEW PLATEAUS The Snap Heard 'Round the World
The human body is a mystery. Phenomena occur all the time that have doctors scratching their heads. A friend of mine recently had a golf ball-sized tumor in his brain dissolve after plaguing him for s... Posted on 4/2/13 at 8:43 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD NORTH DAKOTA Putting patients at the center of care
By Ryan Schuster
The medical home model of care has been gaining steam in recent years for the promise it has shown in improving care coordination, bringing patients closer to their doctors and helpi... Posted on 10/23/12 at 4:21 PM
THE NEW FORTY Trust, but verify...
I understand and appreciate the notion that we should not treat doctors as demigods. They are, after all, just human beings-well-educated and trained human beings in medical science, but human beings ... Posted on 12/10/11 at 11:12 AM
Two of Altru Health System’s newest doctors sat talking about coming to Grand Forks, and it was the usual story: It’s peaceful here, and quiet. Winter may be a challenge, but the commute is a snap, the schools look good, and people are friendly.
University of Minnesota President Robert Bruininks has proposed a budget that would hold tuition increases to 3 percent but would eliminate more than 1,200 jobs. Bruininks said 60 percent of students who pay in-state tuition rates actually will see their bills go down next year, thanks to federal stimulus money and other aid.
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