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February 27, 2024 | Volume XIII | Issue 9

Further validation required if AI models are to revolutionize GI cancer care

Courtney Flaherty reports for OncLive:

Although artificial intelligence (AI) models have the potential to revolutionize patient care in oncology, rigorous validation of AI models is needed to ensure its successful integration into clinical practice, particularly in the realm of gastrointestinal (GI) cancer, where AI could facilitate more personalized approaches to diagnostics and therapeutic selection, according to Jacob Shreve, MD, MS.

In his presentation at City of Hope’s Annual Advances and Innovations...

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Medical Billing Company Owner Sentenced to 12 Years in Healthcare Insurance Fraud Scheme

The Health Law Offices of Anthony C. Vitale

A Long Island man who impersonated an NBA player and others to further his complex healthcare insurance fraud scheme has been sentenced to 12 years in prison and ordered to pay restitution of $337 million and forfeit $63 million.

Mathew James engaged in a years-long healthcare and insurance fraud scheme in which he and his co-conspirators, including physicians throughout the country, defrauded multiple health insurance companies out of more than $600 million.

He was convicted in July 2022 of conspiracy to commit healthcare fraud, healthcare fraud, three counts of wire fraud, and three counts of aggravated identity theft.

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Doctors, health officials urge families to remain vigilant as measles cases rise

Alexus Davila reports for CBS News:

Stay vigilant - that's the message from doctors and health officials as measles cases rise across the country. 

Maryland has one confirmed case in Montgomery County. It came from a traveler who returned from overseas. But children can fall victim to measles at alarming rates.

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How following the keto diet improved this man’s mental health


When people hear the word keto, some think about the fad diet that’s used for weight loss but there is scientific evidence that it can help Type 2 diabetes and epilepsy. Now, some doctors suggest it can even be used as a tool to treat mental health. Kate Snow reports for TODAY on how a keto-friendly food regimen has been a game changer for one man struggling with bipolar disorder.

View the video HERE.

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