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MetaPhy Partners with Arkansas Diagnostic Center

MetaPhy Health Partners with Arkansas  Diagnostic Center.  MetaPhy would like to announce our latest partnership with Arkansas Diagnostic Center in Little Rock, AR.  According to MetaPhy President and COO Chris Oubre, “We are excited to provide our set of treatment services as an extension of the physician practice.  The responses and engagement rates from patients continue to […]

MetaPhy Health partners with GI Associates in Mississippi

MetaPhy Health partners with GI Associates in Mississippi.  MetaPhy Health has partnered with GI Associates, the largest gastroenterology group in Mississippi and one of the largest in the southeast with over 350 employees.  Through this partnership, MetaPhy will work as an extension of the physician practice to provide treatment services to patients with multiple chronic conditions […]

MetaPhy partners with Hawaii Gastroenterology Specialists

MetaPhy partners with Hawaii Gastroenterology Specialists.  MetaPhy is excited about our partnership with Hawaii Gastroenterology Specialists in Pearl City, Hawaii.  This physician practice has implemented our complete set of treatment and diagnostic services.  According to Chris Oubre, President and Chief Operating Officer at MetaPhy Health, “The partnership with HGS has exceeded our expectations to this […]

10 conditions made worse by poor sleep

 A good, restful night’s sleep is known to be good for your health – but not getting enough sleep can be bad for it. Studies have found a lack of sleep over time can increase the risk of developing some conditions or make existing ones worse. Here are some examples: 1. Obesity and putting on weight A study in […]

Sugar-sweetened drinks raise risk of diabetes, metabolic syndrome

Regularly drinking sugar-sweetened beverages such as soda and juice contributes to the development of diabetes, high blood pressure and other endemic health problems, according to a review of epidemiological studies published in the Journal of the Endocrine Society. The analysis also found a link between sugar-sweetened beverage consumption and the metabolic syndrome—a cluster of risk factors that raise the […]

CMS shakes up telemedicine, will pay for more services

On Thursday, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services released a final rule for the 2018 Medicare Physician Fee Schedule. The lengthy (as in 1,653-page) document outlines numerous changes. For one, it increases physician payment rates by 0.41 percent for 2018 compared to this year. But a less frequently highlighted part of the rule is what it does for telemedicine. CMS will be paying […]

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