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    New infrared device at Einstein Medical Center Montgomery upgrades patient care
    Are you a needle-phobic type? Is your fear based on the difficult time nurses invariably have trying to zone in on a vein in your arm to stick the needle into?
    The Times Herald - June 30, 2015

    They Will Surf Again: Life rolls on after spinal cord injury
    Surfer Jesse Billauer’s life took an unexpected turn in March of 1996 when he landed headfirst into a sandbar while surfing at Zuma Beach in California. - June 16, 2015

    Infection prevention and housekeeping: A collaboration of equals
    The goals, duties and responsibilities of infection prevention don't solely reside with infection preventions and clinicians focused on quality initiatives.
    Becker's Infection Control & Clinical Quality - June 15, 2015

    How Baby Friendly is getting more Phila. moms to breastfeed
    In 1989, an international panel of experts called attention to the irony that health workers were preventing many newborns from getting the healthiest possible food - mother's milk. - June 14, 2015

    MossRehab Staff to Help Surfers with Disabilities in Wildwood Crest, NJ
    For the fourth year in a row, MossRehab, the largest provider of inpatient and outpatient physical and cognitive rehabilitation in the Philadelphia region, will officially sponsor and send a volunteer corps of rehab therapists, doctors, nurses and supporters to They Will Surf Again, a free, one-day event that gets people with spinal cord injuries into the ocean and riding waves with the help of volunteers and special, adaptive surf boards. MossRehab is also encouraging patients and former patients to participate.
    ADVANCE for Occupational Therapy Practitioners - June 3, 2015

    Medical facilities weigh including mental health records in digital patient files
    Dr. Julie Massey, Chief Medical Information Officer for Einstein Healthcare Network, was interviewed by WHYY-FM's behavioral health reporter, about what hospitals, including Einstein, are doing to incorporate patients' mental and behavioral health records into their electronic medical record (EMR).
    Newsworks - May 26, 2015

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