In 2015, the median compensation for cardiologists working in hospital integrated practices increased to $486,777, and the median compensation for cardiologists working in private groups increased to $577,756, according to a survey from MedAxiom.
A recent study suggests that contralaterally controlled functional electrical stimulation (CCFES) may be the preferable option for patients with finger, thumb and wrist issues who suffered a stroke less than two years ago.
An increase in the change in abdominal subcutaneous adipose tissue (SAT) and visceral adipose tissue (VAT) volume was associated with an increased incidence of cardiovascular disease risk factors, according to an analysis of a long-term prospective study.
The benefits of drinking tea may extend to improving cardiovascular health. After adjusting for multiple variables, adults who drank at least one cup of tea per day had a slower progression of coronary artery calcium and 29 percent lower incidence of cardiovascular events compared with adults who never drank tea.
San Juan Regional Medical Center's ongoing training and protocols has served the heart team well and their advice is solid for care providers seeking to offer quality care while maintaining a healthy bottom line.