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Lawmakers hear sobering account of opioid crisis

Lawmakers hear sobering account of opioid crisis

By Ben Keeton At one Kentucky hospital, people are bringing in their own heroin and shooting up with patients. That’s one example of the “very desperate situation” the opioid-abuse crisis has created, Kentucky Chamber of Commerce President Dave Adkisson said while testifying before a panel of state legislators in the Capitol Annex. He was among

Corner Office: Meet Dan Fisher with Bingham Greenebaum Doll

FAST FACTS Hometown: Lima, Ohio Family: Wife, one daughter, two sons Hobbies: Pickleball, biking, golf, reading Currently Reading: “Red Notice: A True Story of High Finance, Murder, and One Man’s Fight for Justice” By Bill Browder Words to live by: “Having Light, We Pass It On To Others” (Wittenberg University)   Medical News: How’d you end

New editorial board selected for Medical News

  IGE Media, publisher of Medical News and producer of the MediStar Awards, added six new members to the Editorial Board, effective June 23. The Board provides leadership for carrying out Medical News’ mission to help the healthcare business community in Kentucky stay informed, grow their businesses and build relationships around important issues. “We are

Local marketing experts work to engage today’s patients

You might have heard that our nation’s healthcare system is evolving. This backdrop of near-constant change in healthcare brings challenges and opportunities for hospital executives and marketing professionals. Marketers are moving away from old tactics, such as explicitly sales-y content and press releases, and moving towards newer tactics, such as thought leadership and omnichannel campaigns.

Physician Spotlight: Meet Maher Kassis, MD, with Mercy Primary Care-Irvine.

Fast Facts Hometown: Damascus, Syria Family: Shaza (wife) Layth (son) Hobbies: Hunting and soccer. Education: Damascus University in Syria and Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Kentucky   Medical News: Why did you become a doctor?   Maher Kassis: It’s rewarding for me to be a part of this healing ministry. MN: Why did you choose this specialty?   

New guidelines for dental offices

By Jennifer Cave The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) recently finalized technology-based pretreatment standards to reduce discharges of mercury and other metals from dental offices into municipal wastewater treatment plants, also known as publicly owned treatment works (POTWs). The United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) determined that dental practices discharge over five tons

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