AmerAsia Report Identifies Opportunities in China?s $300+ Billion Healthcare Industry

New York, NY (PRWEB) May 04, 2011 AmerAsia Capital Partners, LLC (?AmerAsia?) (, a U.S.-Asia focused financial and strategic advisory firm, has released its report on the China Healthcare Industry. The report examines the key factors that are changing China?s healthcare sector in fundamental and unprecedented ways. An in-depth analysis of Chinese healthcare firms from … Read more

A New HIT at the SBBC ? Santa Maria Campus ? a New Medical Program

Santa Barbara, CA (PRWEB) May 13, 2011 Santa Barbara Business College has begun enrolling students into a new medical program offered at their Santa Maria campus. The Health Information Technology program, abbreviated HIT, is the latest degree program added to the college’s catalog of medical program offerings in Santa Maria. “The Health Information Technology … Read more

Pennsylvania EPA Awards Abington Memorial Hospital Funding for Green Projects

Abington, PA (Vocus) February 6, 2010 The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection-Office of Energy and Technology Development has awarded two grants to Abington Memorial Hospital in support of its efforts to “Think Green.? Three million dollars was awarded to Abington Memorial Hospital for a new cogeneration system to replace the hospital?s 45-year-old heating system. … Read more

ATEK Medical Experiences Growth as OEM Device Makers Seek Outsourcing Partners for Total Solutions

Grand Rapids, MI (Vocus/PRWEB) March 17, 2011 2011 promises to be a growth year for medical device manufacturers as the economy picks up and healthcare providers start seeing patients who have put off medical procedures during the downturn. ATEK Medical, an established outsourcing partner for Class II and III finished medical devices and disposables, is … Read more

SHOUTAmerica and change:healthcare Partner to Address Consumer Side of Impending Healthcare Crisis

Nashville, Tenn. (PRWEB) October 2, 2008 SHOUTAmerica , a new non-profit organization that encourages youth to implement solutions to the impending healthcare crisis, has tapped change:healthcare , an emerging leader in healthcare consumerism, to provide its members with urgently needed healthcare transparency information. “The rising cost of healthcare has made our current system unsustainable … Read more

Tennessee Company Announces HealthcareIMPACT™ Worldwide Distribution Channel

Nashville, TN (PRWEB) March 25, 2004 Information Services Management, Inc., a Nashville, TN based healthcare technology consulting and information distribution company, announces the creation of a subsidiary named HealthcareIMPACT™. The subsidiary, HealthcareIMPACT™.com, will serve as an “open source” distribution channel of commercial and independent healthcare content serving the needs of consumers and the healthcare community … Read more

HealthGrades Names Top 50 Cities for Hospital Care

Denver, Colo. (PRWEB) January 26, 2011 Responding to consumers? concerns about the quality of hospital care in their communities, HealthGrades, the nation?s leading independent health care ratings organization, today released the first-ever list of America?s Top 50 Cities for Hospital Care. The rankings are based on a comprehensive study of patient death and complication rates … Read more

In 48 hours H1N1 changed to drug resistant

A swine flu H1N1 virus infecting a woman patient in Singapore changed into a drug-resistant type virtually overnight, doctors reported in a study that they say shows the limitations of using drugs to treat influenza. While the woman recovered, the mutation developed within 48 hours, making the infection increasingly resistant to the effects of Tamiflu, … Read more

Drop in maternal deaths

The World Health Organization said Wednesday that fewer women die each year from complications during pregnancy and childbirth than previously estimated, but efforts to sharply cut maternal mortality by 2015 are still off track. Women in poorer countries are 36 times more likely to die from pregnancy-related causes than those in the rich nations, the … Read more