There are countless non-profit organizations out there that work tirelessly to improve the lives of those affected by medical conditions. It can be difficult to keep track of all of them, especially if you’re not familiar with the work they do. That’s why we’ve created this section of our website specifically for non-profit news and updates.
Here, you will find information on the latest initiatives undertaken by various non-profit groups, as well as news and updates on the progress of medical research and advocacy. We hope this section will help raise awareness about the important work being done.
The report highlights that 1 in 3 workers in the labor market is aged 50+ (34% of the workforce) and this could rise to 42% of the workforce by 2035, with the proper support and incentives.
“As the Society of Interventional Radiology approaches its 50th anniversary, we are transforming how we do business to meet the needs of our diverse membership, giving energy to ideas to help our members thrive in their chosen practice models,” said Patel.
Vascular Quality Initiative (SVS VQI) Announces the Expansion of Medicare Coverage to Standard Surgical Risk Patients within their TCAR Surveillance Project
Effective May 31, 2022, the approval was a combined effort of the SVS Vascular Quality Initiative and the Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization should allow for enhanced patient treatment moving forward.
Digital Medicine Society Reports Healthcare Leaders Unite to Demystify Regulatory Pathways and Strategies for Digital Health Products
Over the next few months, Digital Medicine Society and its partners will create an open access, interactive, regulatory science support tool that is based on existing FDA and other agency guidance documents.
An author of more than 100 published scientific studies and presenter of more than 400 presentations, Spies is recognized as an international authority for his research in uterine artery embolization.
Injectable Gel: Hydrogels have been used for a number of years to treat DDD, but the current study is the first test of this particular gel in humans. After six months, all participants in this small study reported significantly less low back pain—declining from an average self-reported pain level of 7.1 down to 2.0 on a scale of zero to 10.