Monthly Archives | December 2016

Virtual Reality Enables Superior Medical Training

What if medical students could practice procedures without being in an operating room? What if patients could be better protected from inexperience and rookie mistakes? In the past, students relied on lectures and textbooks to gain the knowledge they needed prior to heading into operating rooms. Students learned through real operations with more experienced surgeons […]

Advanced Prostheses Lead to a Bionic Future

While advancements in prosthetics are exciting from a technological perspective, they are also invaluable to the injured worker or veteran who wants to return to work. Amputations are the costliest injuries in workers’ compensation, as amputees require extensive care and rehab to return to work.  Just as cell phones and computers have become more powerful […]

Peer Review: Benefiting Patients and Physicians

Many physicians are experts in their areas of practice, but the medical field is vast, and there’s no way for one doctor to be an expert in everything. It is impossible to keep up with each advancement for every condition or treatment option. That is why physicians and health care facilities use the peer review […]

Changes in the Exceptions Process in Prescription Coverage [Infographic]

Prescription drug coverage is changing in 2017, with new specific rules for the exceptions process. Take a look at our latest infographic to find out how the exceptions process may affect your prescription!