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Rowedoc Dr. Irene Tien was quoted in Bustle.
Although it is hard to predict which illnesses can and will affect certain people, especially going by gender alone, some research has found that women may have their own set of health issues compared to men, and as a result, some diseases can affect women more seriously. There are a number of common women's health problems that occasionally include diseases women are more likely to die from than men, and it's important for women to be aware of these possible health risks. Knowing which diseases can be more fatal to women is not meant to scare you, but it can help arm you with the knowledge to better protect your health and make sure you keep up on your check-ups and make the best decisions for your body.
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Rowedoc Dr. Latisha Rowe was quoted in POPSUGAR.
Approximately one-third of American adults take a multivitamin regularly. If you don't currently take a supplement, adding a multivitamin to your daily regimen seems like the natural next step to accompany a healthy diet and exercise routine. But, like anything else we put in our bodies, it's worth learning a little more about multivitamins before stocking our cabinets and ingesting them on a regular basis.
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Rowedoc Dr. Latisha Rowe was quoted in PLAYBOY.
A group of Canadian doctors recently injected another dose of skepticism into the ongoing debate over whether marijuana’s medicinal properties rightfully justify all the pot prescriptions being doled out by healthcare providers.
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Rowedoc Dr. Irene Tien was quoted in HealthNewsDigest.com
(HealthNewsDigest.com) - Houston, TX, February 22, 2018 – Aaachoooo! If that sneeze is accompanied by a cough and fever, you may have the flu, but don’t go running just yet to the doctor’s office or to the hospital emergency room where you can spread those germs while you wait…and wait…and wait, warns Irene Tien, MD, board-certified physician in emergency medicine and pediatric emergency medicine.
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RoweDocs partners with Athenahealth
[Houston, TX ] – [May 18, 2017] – The ROWE Network, today announced a partnership with athenahealth, Inc. through athenahealth’s ‘More Disruption Please’ (MDP) program. As part of the athenahealth® Marketplace, this newly integrated service is now available to athenahealth’s growing network of more than 99,000 healthcare providers offering the ability to improve the patient experience with telemedicine.
“There’s no question, healthy, happy doctors are the best doctors, and we envision a healthier nation with more doctors and less clinics by 2023.” said Latisha Rowe, MD, MBA, Founder & CEO, ROWE. “We’re proud to offer our services and further empower athenaNet® users to provide exceptional healthcare online.”
athenahealth is a network-enabled, results-oriented services company that offers medical record, revenue cycle, patient engagement, care coordination, and population health services for hospital and ambulatory clients. The company’s vision is to build a national health information backbone to help make healthcare work as it should. As an MDP partner, ROWE joins a network of like-minded healthcare professionals who are looking to disrupt established approaches in healthcare that simply aren’t working, aren’t good enough, or aren’t advancing the industry and help providers thrive in the face of industry change.
To learn more about ROWE new integrated services, please visit the company’s product listing page on the Marketplace: https://www.athenahealth.com/healthcare-technology-partners/reliable-online-wellness-experience.