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24 Apr 2019

CHRONIC PAIN PATIENTS PUNISHED FOR OPIOID ABUSE BY DOCTORS, PHARMACIES, PAIN CLINICS; GOVERNMENT OVER REACTS

By Blake Farmer Nashville Public Radio A pharmacist in Celina, Tenn., was one of 60 people indicted on charges of opioid-related crimes in April  in a multistate sting. John Polston was charged with 21 counts of filling medically unnecessary narcotic prescriptions. He was also Gail Gray’s pharmacist and the person she relied

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24 Apr 2019

CMS OUTLINES NEW PRIMARY CARE PAYMENT MODELS AIMED AT GREATER SHARED RISK APRIL 22

      The U.S. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services has proposed changes with several new primary care payment models, including one that would shift providers to global payments. The Trump Administration says it is building on the progress made over the last two years and further the CMS priority

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23 Apr 2019

PELVIC VEIN OBSTRUCTION: VeinCare Centers of Tennessee now implant new BD Venovo stents to open pelvis vein

  VeinCare Centers of Tennessee is one of the first clinics in the United States to implant the new BD Venovo stent in obstructed pelvic veins. The Venovo stent is the first stent designed specifically for use in treating obstruction of veins to be approved by the Food and Drug

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22 Apr 2019

AVLS Phlebology Primer will be June 1 in Atlanta

Phlebology Primer  The AVLS Phlebology Primer will be June 1 in Atlanta. Review the essentials of venous and lymphatic disease and care from experienced practitioners from several different primary disciplines. If you are new to vein and lymphatic care, this is a great overview. Topics covered include venous and lymphatic

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22 Apr 2019

The AVLS NTNT Symposium will be June 1 in Atlanta

NTNT Symposium The NTNT Symposium will be June 1 in Atlanta. Non-thermal, non-tumescent ablation techniques have emerged as viable alternatives to more traditional options such as endovenous laser and radiofrequency ablation. Recent developments in reimbursement for these technologies make them even more appealing for clinicians treating venous disease.   The

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