Food Prescriptions

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Food prescriptions are part of a broader concept of social prescribing. Pioneered in the United Kingdom and growing in popularity in the United States and Canada, social prescriptions are issued by health-care practitioners to provide patients with non-pharmaceutical interventions, including dance classes, walking groups, volunteer work, art lessons and, of course, fresh fruits and vegetables.

Medical Nutrition Therapy

Medical Nutrition Therapy

Medical nutrition therapy (MNT) is a key component of diabetes education and management. MNT is defined as a “nutrition-based treatment provided by a registered dietitian nutritionist.” It includes “a nutrition diagnosis as well as therapeutic and counseling services to help manage diabetes.

Heart Disease Risk

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Heart disease risk from saturated fats may depend on what foods they come from – new research.

Key Components of a Tech-Enabled RPM Program

benefits of Remote Patient Monitoring in managing patients who underwent major surgeries and operations.

Remote Patient Monitoring (RPM) is not the cure-all to every issue in healthcare. But recent developments in AI and machine learning are able to solve for many of the challenges previously experienced with traditional RPM solutions.

3 reasons physicians resist telehealth

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Telehealth usage has boomed throughout the pandemic, but many physicians are unsure about its sustainability. Here are three key reasons some physicians are reluctant to adopt the care delivery model.

RN Salary for all 50 states

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Registered nurses in the U.S. make an average of $82,750 annually, and nurses in nearly every state make more than the mean annual wage from a year prior, according to the latest data released March 31 by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics.