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Medical Specialties Managers, Inc


Established in 1985, Medical Specialties Managers, Inc. continues to be a leader in the medical group management field. MSM integrates accounts receivable management, practice management, consultation and support services to help medical group practices increase their productivity and profitability. MSM prides itself on practicing ethical and honest business; with an emphasis on fostering relationships. MSM views all of our client as well as vendor relationships as valuable long-term strategic alliances and partnerships.

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San Francisco-based Canvas Medical has launched its primary care software platform and made it publicly available. The startup’s technology is specifically focused on independent primary care practices. The goal is to make medical charting and administrative tasks less time-consuming for clinicians. The Canvas platform integrates with an office’s extant interfaces and data. The office’s information — such as patient demographics, medications and clinical notes — are...
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If someone were to say, "He is such an air head" or "He's lost his mind" that would be considered a pretty rude insult. In the case of one recent patient in Northern Ireland however, it was, at least in part, accurate. A general practitioner there wrote a case report for the British Medical Journal about a patient who presented with balance problems and one-sided weakness that turned out to be caused by a rare neurological phenomenon that even most neurosurgeons do not se...
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Virginia is poised to break boundaries with their new cannabidiol (CBD) and THC-A oil policy.  The identical bills, HB 1251 for the House and SB 726 for the Senate, expand the currently very strict cannabis oil policy which allows CBD and THC-A oils to be in one’s possession for intractable epilepsy only.  The new expansion bills, will permit the use or possession of non-psychotropic marijuana components (ex. CBD or THC-A oil) to treat any diagnosed disorder or disease under the ...
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Cutting down on pasta, potatoes, and other such carbohydrate-rich foods has become a popular plan for weight loss. However, according to a new study, a carb-restricted diet may offer other health benefits. Researchers found that just 2 weeks of a carb-restricted diet reduced levels of liver fat and improved other markers of cardiometabolic health in a small number of individuals living with non-alcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)...
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Insights from a new study by the University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom about the role of calcium in brain cells' signaling mechanisms brings us closer to understanding the causes of Parkinson's disease. The presence of toxic protein deposits, or Lewy bodies, inside brain cells is a recognized hallmark of Parkinson's disease. The deposits contain clusters of alpha-synuclein and other proteins that have folded into the wrong shape....
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If you are trying to get pregnant, you might want to cut back on soda; a new study has found that it could reduce your chances of conceiving. New research which has now been published in the journal Epidemiology finds that drinking one or more sugary drinks each day is linked to reduced fertility, for both men and women. In the United States, infertility is experienced by around 15 percent of couples, with the annual cost of fertility treatments in the country equaling more than $5 billion....
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A new meta-analysis of 17 academic papers finds evidence that having a pet benefits people with mental health problems. The research also reviews the pet owners' testimonials, laying out the various ways that pets offer them much-needed solace. An increasing amount of research is pointing to the benefits of pets for people with mental health issues....
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The brain can be affected by just 1 hour of playing video games, according to new research published in the journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. The study which was conducted by scientists from the University of Electronic Science and Technology of China in Chengdu found that participants who spent 1 hour playing the video game League of Legends experienced changes in brain activity. The participants also demonstrated improved ability to focus on relevant information while screening out dist...
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A large-scale study has compared the lifestyle and mortality risk of single dads with those of partnered parents and single moms. The findings are now published in the journal The Lancet Public Health. In recent decades, the number of single dads in the United States has skyrocketed. According to the Pew Research Center, fewer than 300,000 households were built around single fathers in 1960. By 2011, however, the number had jumped to more than 2.6 million....
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Self-deprecating jokes are the best unless I make them. See what I did there? Judging by my humor (or lack thereof), you may think that I'm not a very self-confident person or have a tendency to be sad. According to a new study, however, nothing could be farther from the truth. Researchers from the University of Granada in Spain set out to investigate different types of humor, and they came to some surprising conclusions....
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