A close family friend recently experienced a mental health crisis, in the first few weeks of his freshman year at college. He had trouble sleeping and stopped going to class. The way he described it, his mind just “didn’t feel right.” Before friends and family became aware of his... Read more
Recently the Georgia pediatric community was shocked by the sudden death of Dr. Paul Fernhoff. He was a fixture in genetics at Emory, in metro Atlanta and throughout the state. For more than 30 years, he was the geneticist upon whom so many relied. He was unfailingly kind, courteous... Read more
As the “Super Committee” in Washington debates ways to reduce the deficit, health care providers are increasingly concerned about the impact that proposed changes may have on their ability to care for patients. Unfortunately, as some in Congress search for savings within our besieged Medicare program, home health care... Read more
The doctors of America have issued a colossal vote of no confidence to the American Medical Association. In a study released this week by the Atlanta-based physician recruitment firm Jackson & Coker, 77 percent of physicians repudiate the AMA, saying that it no longer represents their views. A mere... Read more
In times like these, we’ve all learned to do more with less. The truth is, that’s nothing new for those of us who provide quality and caring services to the thousands of Georgia citizens who have developmental disabilities. Service providers of people with developmental disabilities are experiencing unreasonable requirements... Read more

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