When my dad first recognized his memory “slips,” he would chuckle and say, “I’m losing my marbles.” He became very clever at heading off what he grasped as memory lapses, coyly steering the conversation away from a topic of recent history. Throughout this time, his capacity to pull detailed memories from his days as an […]
Anne Arundel Medical Center (AAMC) urogynecologists Briana Walton, M.D., Kay Hoskey, M.D. and Yong Zheng, M.D., are among the first to become board-certified in pelvic and reconstructive surgery. The three are among approximately 734 doctors nationwide to successfully complete the qualification process [...]
Daniel Becker, M.D., always knew he wanted to pursue a career in the medical field. What he didn’t realize when he began his journey as a neurologist was that he would eventually find himself treating patients in places and spaces far from the confines of a hospital or clinical exam room [...]
Nestled within the rolling hills of Chester County, Pa., Brandywine Valley has made its mark on the map with its unique combination of art, history, heritage and some of the most impressive displays of horticulture to be found in the United States. Located just an hour west of Philadelphia, “the Brandywine” is easy to get to [...]
When the Maryland General Assembly passed HB 1101 in its 2013 legislative session, it made history by paving the way for the state’s first hospital-based medical marijuana program. Physicians have been an important impetus to bring this bill to fruition.
REBECCA ELON, M.D. Case Mrs. Jones was a successful businesswoman. After retiring at age 65 she remained active with local volunteer groups. After her 79th birthday, her husband became concerned because she had dropped out of most of her usual activities. She had always been a very outgoing person, but had become quiet and reserved. […]
Learn why the CDC recommends that all baby boomers be tested for Hepatitis C, how fecal transplants can effectively treat C. diff, and why providers should address MRSA in the clinic or exam room, not just in nursing facilities and hospitals.
Gardiner & Appel Group, Inc. provides insight into tax changes physicians should prepare for when planning 2013 tax return. Physicians should consult with their tax advisor for additional changes that may affect their practice.
With limited treatment options for patients with Alzheimer’s disease, why should you be sure to get a definitive diagnosis? Our Maryland experts explain how to obtain an accurate diagnosis and why supportive care is critical.
Is an ACO for you? As the number of ACOs in Maryland and the U.S. grows, they are expanding to non-Medicare populations. At the same time, some providers are opting for accountable care without the ACO.