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Eye Tracking Technology Holds Promise for Earlier Autism Diagnosis

What if you could diagnose autism just by looking at how a child’s eyes move? While the technology is not quite that simple, an eye tracking system created by National Institutes of Health (NIH)-supported researcher Karen Pierce, Ph.D., and her team is paving the way for a simpler, more affordable tool for earlier diagnosis of… Read More »

Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine holds poverty simulation – News at OU

About 30 medical students from Oakland University William Beaumont School of Medicine (OUWB) walked a proverbial mile in the shoes of those less fortunate during a recent poverty simulation. The Missouri Community Action Network Poverty Simulation (CAPS) was held Aug. 24 at Welcome Missionary Baptist Church in Pontiac, Michigan. CAPS is an interactive immersion experience… Read More »

Profitability holds steady as revenues and expenses converge, Moody’s finds

Public and nonprofit hospitals alike are showing that their profitability margins are holding fairly steady, signaling an era of relative stability, found the latest report from Moody’s Investors Service. In fact, the rate of revenue growth in 2018 eked ahead of expenses for the first time since 2015, driven primarily by mergers and acquisitions activity,… Read More »