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Sheridan is the leading provider of outsourced clinical and management services in the areas of anesthesiology, emergency medicine, neonatology and radiology.
Sheridan is the leading provider of outsourced clinical and management services in the areas of anesthesiology, emergency medicine, neonatology and radiology.

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The burnout rate among Emergency medicine physicians in the U.S. is nearly 60 percent, according to this year’s Medscape physician lifestyle report. One EM resident shares how negative patient outcomes led to burnout while he was still an intern and how appreciating the gratitude expressed daily by patients has helped him cope and regain his sense of medicine as a calling: https://goo.gl/W3daw5
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Get an inside look at the exclusive, #anesthesiology focused @Anesthesia Business Group executive management program offered in partnership with +WhartonExecutiveEducation, from the perspective of two #EnvisionPhysicianServices participants: https://goo.gl/C5YDxN
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Obstetricians should wait at least 30 to 60 seconds before cutting a healthy or premature newborn’s umbilical cord, according to the latest recommendations by the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Recent research finds that this pause allows oxygenated blood to transfer from the umbilical cord to the newborn, which contributes to various short- and long-term benefits such as a lower risk of brain hemorrhage during birth and a lower risk of iron deficiency later in life: https://goo.gl/cdaWUm
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A team of researchers from Google, Google Brain and Verily Life Sciences have developed deep learning AI algorithms that can detect metastasized breast cancer cells faster and more accurately than human pathologists: https://goo.gl/ZyQimX
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Patients report high quality of care and satisfaction rates when treated by clinicians they trust. Multiple studies have found that fostering positive relationships with patients can influence treatment outcomes including symptom severity, subsequent health behaviors and overall quality of life: https://goo.gl/n9kGyt
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Scientists at Stanford and UCLA are closer to fully understanding the calming effects of deep breathing. Researchers monitored a group of neurons in the brains of mice and found that these neurons are directly connected to the brain’s arousal sectors. Scientists theorize that when there is a change in breathing patterns, these neurons signal feelings of anxiety and panic in the brain: https://goo.gl/nddpk4
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As care consumers, millennials desire personalized and collaborative relationships with providers that respect time and values. To help meet these unique patient needs, Hospitals & Health Networks offers suggestions for providers to promote communication, empower decision-making and employ convenient telehealth solutions: https://goo.gl/ntS67h
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Raymond Hino, administrator at California’s Skyway Surgery Center, relates his experience at the Regional Convenings to Discuss Health Care 2017 for Rural California. During this meeting, rural healthcare leaders from an area covering 34,000 square miles met to generate collaborative solutions for providing quality care to their underserved communities: https://goo.gl/Gp5Idx
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As care consumers, millennials desire personalized and collaborative relationships with providers that respect time and values. To help meet these unique patient needs, Hospitals & Health Networks offers suggestions for providers to promote communication, empower decision-making and employ convenient telehealth solutions: https://goo.gl/ntS67h
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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the American Academy of Pediatrics recently released pediatric vaccine recommendations for 2017. Based on trends in nationwide adolescent health, the joint report’s updated recommendations for pediatric providers include discontinuing the use of the live attenuated influenza vaccine and implementing routine HPV immunization starting at 9 or 10 years old: https://goo.gl/O41hZ3
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