Maxhealth, a primary care network in West florida, is proud and would like to congratulate Dr. Scott Clulow on being Doctor of the year for 2019! Keep up the good work!
Falling is the number one leading cause of fatal and non-fatal injuries among older adults. Millions of seniors fall every year and more than 3 million are treated in emergency departments every year, with about 800,000 of those being admitted.
MAXhealth, a primary care network in west Florida, today announced that Mark Josephson, MD, is joining the company and its mission to provide immediate, affordable, and thorough healthcare while using a patient-centered approach.
“We are proud to have a physician of Dr. Josephson’s caliber joining our organization,” said Neil Bedi, Chief Executive Officer, MAXheatlh. “Not only does he bring top-notch clinical education and knowledge, but also a strong passion for his patients.”
MAXhealth, a primary care network in west Florida, today announced the opening of MAXhealth Naples located at 730 Goodlette Rd. Unit 103, Naples, FL 34104.
“Our new Naples office extends MAXhealth’s reach of delivering effective primary care to patients and their families the Sarasota-Manatee area,” said Thomas Blankenship, Managing Partner, MAXheatlh. “We’re very excited to bring our proven model of value-based care to Collier county. It is a much-needed alternative to the traditional fee-for-service approach to health care that has dominated west Florida for so long.”
Achievement places primary care clinics within the top 40 of ACOs in the US
Sarasota, FL (September 17, 2018) MAXhealth, a member of the greater Subsero Health primary and specialty care network, today announced that it received from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) a quality score of 92.06 percent.
“Our daily mission is to provide our patients with health care, not sick care,” said Neil Bedi, Chief Executive Officer. “Embracing the standards of value-based care, MAXhealth’s primary care physicians see their patients more often which allows for more long-term preventative care, and then, in turn, lowers the need for hospitalizations and ER visits. This disciplined process creates happier, healthier patients who become active members of their own care team.“
Keeping track of how much sugar (glucose) is in your blood is an important part of self-care when you have diabetes. This is also called self-monitoring of blood glucose (SMBG). To make sure your glucose and insulin are in balance, check your blood sugar as instructed by your healthcare provider. You may need to check your blood glucose levels at certain times every day. Or you may need to check them only a few times a week.
Blood pressure is the force of blood against the artery wall as it moves from the heart through the blood vessels. You can take your own blood pressure reading using a digital monitor. Take your readings the same each time, using the same arm. Take readings as often as your healthcare provider instructs.
Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is a disease that affects the synovium, the lining of the joints. This causes pain, swelling, and stiffness. Left untreated, rheumatoid arthritis may damage joints so badly that they no longer function. This disease appears most often in young-adult to middle-age women.