ARTICLES BY LOCAL DOCTORS

 

Achoo - On-line Healthcare Services 
http://www.achoo.com/
 

This resource provides a point for finding information on the Internet. Included are a healthcare directory, newsgroups, headline news, a 'site of the week' and a section on the business of health, especially in the area of managed care.

American Heart Association 
http://amhrt.org/

Included are the AHA's scientific statements for downloading and biostatistics fact sheets available in Adobe Acrobat PDF format.

American Medical Association
 
http://www.ama-assn.org/

Provides a link to health and medical resources, a source for locating a doctor by name, specialty and location, information on the AMA, continuing medical education, Fellowship and Residency Electronic Interactive Database Access (FREIDA) System, and AMA published, full-text journals.

Clinical Alerts 
http://www.nlm.nih.gov/databases/alerts/clinical_alerts.html

Clinical Alerts are periodic releases of messages of one to several pages in length, dating back to early 1991. The Alerts are distributed by the National Institutes of Health and the National Library of Medicine for the purpose of getting important findings to health professionals as soon as possible.

MEL - Michigan Electronic Library
 
http://mel.lib.mi.us/health/health-index.html

Among a long list of health information resources, one can find AMA Physician Select (choose the doctor and check his credentials), alternative medicine, governmental health information servers, multi-cultural health, sports medicine, statistics, and travel health.

LinkMed 
http://www.linkmed.com/

LINK Medical Computing develops standardized interfaces for hospitals to integrate their information systems with selected medical applications and devices, including HL7, ADT and Cardiac Cath systems.

Managed Care Register Directory
 
http://www.managedcareregister.com

This site provides IPAs and other managed care execs with a buying guide to products and services, such as financial and professional services, IT, educational resources and more.
Martindale's Health Science Guide http://www-sci.lib.uci.edu/HSG/HSGuide.html
This is a current, information-packed resource of over 31,250 teaching files, over 39,500 medical cases, 517 multimedia courses/textbooks, 732 multimedia tutorials, over 1,750 databases, and over 9,750 movies.

MedFinder on NetMedicine
 
http://www.mdchoice.com

A search engine, this database includes detailed, descriptive information on thousands of the Internet's best medical webpages. Not only can one find information, but also medical photographs, images and radiologic studies from around the world. A special feature is the Physicians' Choice, a listing of websites reviewed by physicians.

Medical Matrix 
http://www.medmatrix.org/index.asp

This is a guide to Internet clinical medicine resources. The sites are peered-reviewed by practicing clinicians and rated on a scale of 1-4****. The goal of this interface is to provide access to digital clinical medicine documents that can be utilized during the time span of a patient visit.

Cyberounds 
http://www.cyberounds.com/
 

This site is exclusively for physicians, medical students and other selected medical professionals. It presents interactive grand rounds moderated by experts. One needs to register to use the site. Also included are other links, CME's and conference information.

ACW Style Sheet 
http://www.cas.usf.edu/english/walker/mla.html

Endorsed by the Alliance for Computers & Writing, this is a guide to the MLA-style citations of electronic sources. Some of the citations included are FTP sites, WWW sites, Gopher sites, synchronous communications, E-mail, Listservs, and newslists.

OncoLink 
http://www.oncolink.upenn.edu/

This resource is produced by the University of Pennsylvania Cancer Center and partially supported by an educational grant from Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Oncology. There is a good mix of clinical information and patient-oriented information, from clinical trials to financial issues for patients.

Pedinfo: a pediatric webserver 
http://www.uab.edu/pedinfo/

This webserver is aimed at those involved with child health. Some of the areas covered are International Pediatric Chat; Congenital syndromes, congenital malformation, and inborn errors of metabolism; Medical subspecialties; Pediatric nursing; Research resources; and Children's hospitals.

HSTAT - Health Services.Technology Assessment Text 
http://text.nlm.nih.gov/

Published by the National Library of Medicine, HSTAT is a collection of government publications such as AHCPR (Agency for Health Care Policy and Research) Guidelines, CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR), NIH Clinical Studies, and NIH Consensus Development Programs.

Suncoast Gerontology Center
 
http://www.med.usf.edu/suncoast/alzheimer/

The Suncoast Gerontology Center is located at the University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida. It lists services and resources for the patient & family, education and training for professionals, a speaker's bureau, a calendar of events, and publications and videos.

Health on the Internet
 
http://www.medecal.com/v2/newsletters/index.asp
 

One needs to subscribe to this source. It looks at new websites, details of the latest and most interesting www, gopher, ftp sites, newsgroups, and mailing listservs. Also includes information on medical software sources.

Yahoo 
http://www.yahoo.com/health/

This is a direct drop into the Yahoo health section which covers news reports, articles, general and professional information.

ThinkMed 
http://www.thinkmed.com/

ThinkMed is a clinically based software company that provides data access and decision support software. Their products enable health care professionals to make clinically useful decisions about who to medically manage, and why.

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