Medical Facility News
Internist Deanna Ternes, DO, grew up around hospitals and patients battling cancer.
Since the Ascension Via Christi CyberKnife Center opened its doors in 2006, the clinical team has used the system to provide highly precise, nonsurgical and noninvasive treatment to more than 4,000 patients with cancerous tumors and benign lesions.
Ten Kansas medical facilities earned A’s in the spring 2020 Leapfrog Hospital Safety Grades. The Leapfrog Group is an independent national watchdog organization committed to healthcare quality and safety. Every six months, it assigns its...
Editorial Note: This issue of MD News was going to focus on the future of health care. As the magazine content was being prepared and readied for publication, Kansas hospitals and medical practices were focused on responding to a pandemic threat that likely will impact the future financial health and business operations of medical practices and hospitals in Kansas. Therefore, our focus had to also change. With the impact of COVID-19 changing almost daily, our bimonthly publication could refer to just a few of the changes that resulted within a short amount of time.
The ways in which medical specialties are being affected by the COVID-19 pandemic caused by the global spread of the novel coronavirus are widely varied. On one end of the spectrum, some specialists have been all but taken out of the picture. With the marked...
When seconds matter, count on Ascension Via Christi St. Francis.
The Kansas Hospital Association is delighted to learn that Gov. Laura Kelly and Sen. Jim Denning have reached an agreement on a Medicaid (KanCare) expansion plan. The plan allows for expansion up to 138% of the...
About 15 years ago, groundbreaking injections became available as a treatment option for wet age-related macular degeneration (AMD). These injections provide patients with a safer, more sight-sparing treatment option than lasering, or killing off, the abnormal blood vessels formed with wet AMD.
Manhattan Surgical Hospital and Stormont Vail Health finalized a partnership agreement. With the agreement, the Topeka-based Stormont Vail system has a 49% ownership in physician-owned Manhattan Surgical Hospital, and...
It makes sense that a former engineer would find robotics surgery fascinating.
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