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Bulgaria to compensate owners who cull pigs to help stamp out swine fever

FILE PHOTO: A pig rests at a farm near the village of Belotincy, 140 km (90 miles) from the capital Sofia, April 28, 2009. REUTERS/Oleg Popov/File Photo SOFIA (Reuters) – Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov said the Balkan state’s government will compensate owners who voluntarily cull their domestic pigs, as the country works to stamp… Read More »

4 steps to help imaging accelerate the shift to value-based care

Value-based care programs are being introduced increasingly on a global level. However, progress is slow as many hospitals are unclear where to start. While radiology is among one of the most impacted specialties in the shift to value-based care through changes in the reimbursement scheme, imaging-specific metrics are still largely undefined. This presents radiology leaders… Read More »

Know Your Girls: Breast cancer survivor diagnosed at 16 shares her story to help Black women save their own lives

Know Your Girls is committed to educating Black women about breast cancer. As part of their campaign to educate and inform Black women about their cancer risks, they connected TheGrio with Nikia Hammonds-Blakely, a survivor who was diagnosed at 16 years old. “I was in the shower one morning getting ready for school and I felt the… Read More »