Friday, May 10, 2013

The In View Series Reviews Medical Advances

According to a new report, Americans reduced the amount of money they spent on pharmaceutical drugs for the first time since records started to be kept, spending one percent less on pharmaceuticals in 2012 than they did in 2011. The report, by the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics, speculates that consumers have self-rationed their use of pharmaceutical drugs and increasingly relied upon cheaper generic drugs as the challenging economy lingers on. The In View series, a television program carried on a number of major cable channels, including the Discovery Channel, looks at a wide array of medical stories, especially encouraging medical trends and developments, including advances in the fight against diseases and medical conditions. The show looks at positive stories across American culture.

The TV series ( features stories about schools, medical facilities, companies, entrepreneurs and leading professionals in many walks of life. In View hosted by Larry King highlights advancements, innovations, achievements and breakthroughs throughout society. The program looks at successes across the business world, along with success stories in the medical field, in education and in other areas of society. The series features companies that have developed new medical technologies, devices and treatments.

The program highlights how improved medical care and technology has improved the health of patients across the country. Improvements in technology and communications have enabled patients in remote locations and rural areas to have their medical tests interpreted and read by medical professionals dozens, or even hundreds, of miles away. As the medical field widely adopts electronic medical records, patients gain more portability with their medical care, as medical records and results can easily transfer to new medical professionals.

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