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Everyone Wins With Clinical Integration

By Gregory Buran, MD

Healthcare continues to evolve. The recent push for clinical integration is improving the way care is provided and leading to better patient outcomes.

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Tips to Avoid Holiday Weight Gain

By Dr. Jaclyn Mullins

It’s an uphill battle to try to lose weight during the holiday season, but aiming to maintain your weight is an excellent goal.

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What Type of Care is Right for Me?

By Dr. Adam King

When you’re sick or injured, your focus is on feeling better as soon as possible. One of the best ways to make this happen is by seeking out the most appropriate care.

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Five Tips to Quit Smoking

By Jessica Jannette

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable disease, disability and death in the United States.

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Nurse Care Managers Improve Patient Care

By Yvonne Morrow

Nurse care managers work with people who experience a complex medical issue, such as cancer, kidney failure, a high-risk pregnancy, a behavioral health issue or trauma.

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Low-Dose CT Screenings Can Find Lung Cancer in Earliest Stages

By Dr. Mario Gasparri

Regular lung cancer CT screenings are the best option for catching lung cancer during its earliest, most treatable stages.

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Navigating Medicare

By Brian Vranek

The annual Medicare enrollment period is happening now. With all the plans available, many people have questions about picking the one that’s right for them.

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What You Need to Know Before Picking a Medicare Plan

By Brian Vranek

The annual Medicare enrollment period is quickly approaching, which means it’s time to make some decisions. This month, learn about the different Medicare parts and how to select a plan that fits you.

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Why You Need a Second Opinion

By Dr. Caitlin Patten

Many people aren’t sure how to ask for a second opinion or where to get one. Here are answers to the most common questions.

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