Posts by Bulletin Staff

  • Dr. David Tayloe Receives 2013 Harris Award

    Dr. David Tayloe Receives 2013 Harris Award

    Pediatrician David T. Tayloe, Jr., MD, received the distinguished T. Reginald Harris Memorial Award in conjunction with the North Carolina Medical Society’s Annual Meeting on October 25. This year marks […]

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  • Manuary 2013: Bigger, Better, Hairier

    Manuary 2013: Bigger, Better, Hairier

    From the Manuary 2013 Committee: Attention all male Durham and Orange County residents/fellows and physicians: Help raise awareness for autism by forgoing shaving for the month of January! YOU, put […]

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  • Update — Enhanced Medicaid Payments to Primary Care Physicians

    CMS finalizes a new rule, expanding Medicaid reimbursement at Medicare rates to include physicians with a primary specialty designation of family medicine, general internal medicine or pediatric medicine.

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  • Pharmacy Student Survey: What Resources Influence Prescribing among Geriatric Patients?

    Denise Dong is a Pharm.D student, class of 2013, at the University of North Carolina, Eshelman School of Pharmacy. She is conducting a research survey to assess what resources influence prescribing among geriatric patients. […]

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  • In the News

    Health Providers Partner on Strategy to Improve Cancer Care, 12-7-12, Triangle Business Journal Catherine Carlock reports that High Point Regional Health System and Cornerstone Health Care are partnering on a […]

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  • Learning Opportunities Center

    Health Law & Ethics Update 2012, December 8, 2012, 8 am – 2 pm, McKimmon Center, 1101 Gorman Street, Raleigh, NC 27606. The interface between the practice of medicine and […]

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  • In the News

    Small Employers Weigh Impact of Providing Health Insurance, 11-29-12, New York Times Writers Reed Abelson and Steve Greenhorn talk about how some small business owners are reacting to the new […]

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  • In the News This Week

    The first two deaths from flu in North Carolina in the 2012-13 flu season have been reported, state health officials said. WSOCTV, November 29, 2012. The N.C. Department of Health […]

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  • Learning Opportunities Center

    The North Carolina Psychiatric Association (NCPA) will hold a CPT Coding and Practice Management Workshop December 7, 2012 in Greensboro. The workshop will offer information and practical, hands-on training for […]

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  • In the News This Week

    U.S. Lowering Rates of Premature Birth, But Slowly, Kaiser Health News, November 13, 2012 Reporter Shefali S. Kulkarni writes that the United States is slowly reducing its rate of premature […]

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