• SHARE allows care teams to coordinate patient care with other providers

    One of the more frustrating aspects for some healthcare providers in adopting Health Information Technology (HIT) is that in some cases the adoption of HIT has resulted in more paperwork than in the past.

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  • SHARE allows care teams to coordinate patient care with other providers

    One of the more frustrating aspects for some healthcare providers in adopting Health Information Technology (HIT) is that in some cases the adoption of HIT has resulted in more paperwork than in the past.

  • Is cervical cancer a victim of successful treatment?

    In the past an abnormal Pap smear was a frightening diagnosis that often led to treatments in cases where the abnormalities might have cleared up naturally.

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  • Physicians from across the state met on April 17th-18th in Fayetteville to discuss advocacy efforts, elect new physician leaders, participate in educational opportunities and plan for the future of healthcare in our state.

  • UAMS laser-based device has wide ranging implications for cancer research, diagnosis and treatment

    Rarely does a new medical device show promise across broad areas of disease diagnosis and treatment ranging from cancer to cardiovascular disease, stroke and infections.

  • Couple funded the rescue effort the first year before finding others to help

    MANCHESTER – Polly Cates was horse crazy when she was a little girl, and really wanted a horse of her very own.

  • SHARE allows care teams to coordinate patient care with other providers

    One of the more frustrating aspects for some healthcare providers in adopting Health Information Technology (HIT) is that in some cases the adoption of HIT has resulted in more paperwork than in the past.

  • Is cervical cancer a victim of successful treatment?

    In the past an abnormal Pap smear was a frightening diagnosis that often led to treatments in cases where the abnormalities might have cleared up naturally.

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