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Dr. Ranum Receives Emerging Rural Leader Award

Joshua C. Ranum, MD, of West River Health Services in Hettinger, N.D., received the Emerging Rural Leader award at the 2018 Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health June 14 in Grand Forks. The award recognizes a new professional who has demonstrated tremendous promise for and commitment to improving the health of rural North Dakota residents. For next e-physician?

Posted 4/02/18 (Mon) read more »

Dr. Hoerauf Receives 2018 Rural Health Practitioner of the Year Award

Posted 4/02/18 (Mon) read more »

ND Dept of Health Accepting Applications for Medical Marijuana Manufacturing Facilities

Posted 3/16/18 (Fri) read more »

Medical Marijuana rules Approved by Legislative Administrative Rules Committee

Posted 3/13/18 (Tue) read more »

ND Orthopaedic Society Annual Meeting Well Attended in Grand Forks

Posted 2/14/18 (Wed) read more »

Budget Deal Passes, IPAB Repealed

Early Friday morning, both the House and Senate passed a spending deal and REPEALS the Medicare Independent Payment Advisory Board (IPAB).

Posted 2/09/18 (Fri) read more »

Researchers Say Blood Test Can Detect Eight Common Cancers

Posted 1/25/18 (Thu) read more »

Dr. Eric Johnson Named to American Diabetes Assn. Primary Care Advisory Group Chair

Posted 1/22/18 (Mon) read more »

Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation Announce a New Voluntary Bundled Payment Model

Under this bundled payment model, participants can earn additional payment if all expenditures for a beneficiary’s episode of care are under a spending target that factors in quality.

Posted 1/17/18 (Wed) read more »

Ackerman Appointed to American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons Board of Councilors Committee

Dr. Duncan Ackerman was recently appointed to the AAOS State Legislative and Regulatory Issues Committee. The appointment allows Ackerman, who is also a member of NDMA and the ND Orthopaedic Society, to serve as a valuable player in advising and shaping health practice policy.

Posted 1/05/18 (Fri) read more »

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