Multiple Studies Show Freespira® Eliminates Panic Attacks in 80% of Patients

April 11th, 2018

DANVILLE, Calif., April 11, 2018 /​PRNewswire/​— Palo Alto Health Sciences, Inc. (PAHS), devel­oper of the drug-​free Freespira® treat­ment for panic attacks and other symp­toms of panic disorder, today announced that another study has demon­strated clin­i­cally signif­i­cant symptom improve­ment, with 80% of patients panic attack free one year after treat­ment….

San Francisco Business Times

Health plans look to collaborations to gain data, interoperability and efficiencies

April 6th, 2018

For insurers, the word right now is collab­o­ra­tion. Specifically it’s part­nering with, and even acquiring, providers to inte­grate the data neces­sary to reduce the cost of health­care. The chal­lenge of inter­op­er­ability was thrown down by Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Administrator Seema Verma at HIMSS18….

Healthcare Finance News

Addiction rehab is broken. Can technology fix it?

April 1st, 2018

My time in rehab for an opioid addic­tion left me humil­i­ated and desperate to know why my friends were dying. Now a wave of app devel­opers are trying to do things differ­ently.

By Zachary Siegel | WIRED

Innovative Technology Helps Allegheny Health Network Doctors Treat PAD

March 1st, 2018

Peripheral Artery Disease, or PAD, is a disease in which plaque builds up in the arteries that carry blood to the head, organs, and limbs. While it is most common in the legs, it can also attack the arteries that take blood from the heart to the head, arms, kidneys, and stomach, making it a serious and often life-​threatening condi­tion….

Health IT Outcomes

Panic Sufferers Take Life Back from Grip of Fear, featuring Dr. Alicia Kaplan and Dr. Anthony Mannarino, psychiatry

March 1st, 2018

Four years ago, symp­toms of panic started to keep Victoria Kolesar from venturing out of her house. The mother of five said it felt like her heart would jump out of her chest, and she feared she was having a heart attack when she was out in public.…

Pittsburgh Post-​Gazette

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