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Training Parents Pays Off for Burlington Doc

Training Parents Pays Off for Burlington Doc

A North Carolina pediatrician figures out how to spend most of her time counseling parents – and it pays off. By Tom Gasparoli MedPage..

March 27, 2015 with 0 Comments
Flying High on Corporate Wellness

Flying High on Corporate Wellness

After his wellness center didn’t take off, Raleigh general practitioner Brooks Wilkins found his niche in helping RDU airport..

January 29, 2015
School-based Telehealth: A New Approach to Improved Outcomes in Rural NC Counties

School-based Telehealth: A New Approach to Improved Outcomes in Rural NC Counties

The Center for Rural Health Innovation reaches out to students via teleconference in three Western North Carolina counties. By Taylor Sisk..

January 21, 2015
The People’s Professor

The People’s Professor

UNC Epidemiology professor Steve Wing has been honored and vilified. By Gabe Rivin On March 28, 1979, catastrophe loomed as Three Mile..

January 20, 2015
When Making a Difference in People’s Lives Becomes More Important than Money

When Making a Difference in People’s Lives Becomes More Important than Money

Hundreds of North Carolinians make a life-changing career switch into nursing because they hope to make a difference in the lives of people..

December 24, 2014
Tobacco, Guns and a Radio Gig: A UNC Doc’s Colorful Career

Tobacco, Guns and a Radio Gig: A UNC Doc’s Colorful Career

A UNC doctor forges a hybrid path, with groundbreaking research on tobacco use and gun safety while still treating patients. By Jennifer..

December 12, 2014
Wake County Doc Believes He Has a Cure for ‘Dysfunctional Medicine’

Wake County Doc Believes He Has a Cure for ‘Dysfunctional Medicine’

An Apex physician has decided to skip billing to insurance. He has patients pay him directly. By Jennifer Ferris MedPage Today/ North..

November 11, 2014
A Rural Practice Fights to Stay Solvent

A Rural Practice Fights to Stay Solvent

For one of the only pediatric providers in Hertford County, providing care to an underserved rural population is the dream. But the..

October 21, 2014
Rep. Jim Fulghum Dead at 70

Rep. Jim Fulghum Dead at 70

The retired neurosurgeon was a freshman representative who spent most of his time in the legislature focused on health care issues. By Rose..

July 20, 2014
To Head Medicaid, Wos Taps Trusted Aide

To Head Medicaid, Wos Taps Trusted Aide

After holding a variety of jobs within the Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Robin Cummings will take on leading the state..

May 1, 2014
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