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Morgans's Professional Pharmacy


 

I Gotta Guy - Construction and handyman for over 25 years in the Laurel County area

Op-Ed: Kentucky Flattened the Curve in Part by Embracing Telehealth

Op-Ed by Stephanie Stumbo

Health insurance providers, other partners in the health delivery system using data to ensure Kentuckians get the care they need

The past three months have proven to be a formidable time for health care delivery. The environment created by the COVID-19 pandemic has shined a brighter light on telemedicine technology services. Telemedicine – also known as telehealth – is a means of providing patient care delivery through technologies such as at-home video that, in some cases, may replace an in-person visit by a patient.

Op-Ed: America Making A Comeback!

Op-Ed by Dr. James M. Davis

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Friday, the President of the United States Donald J. Trump surrounded by top economic advisors stood outside the White House in the Rose Garden and announced that 2.5 million new jobs were created in the month of May. Friday, June 5, 2020 goes down as the highest one month job growth in history, yes, in the history of data collection per the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

Op-Ed: In Kentucky, Pharmacists to Play Key Role in COVID-19 Vaccinations

Op-Ed by Don Kupper, President of the Kentucky Pharmacists Association

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Don Kupper

Over the years, the health care field has encountered its fair share of significant challenges. Perhaps most notable have been the major outbreaks of infectious diseases, much like we are facing now. While these terrible events are deadly and disruptive to our society, they also force us to rethink how we deliver care and often lead to significant medical breakthroughs.

Op-Ed: You Can Trust Your Health and Safety to Kentucky’s Physicians and Hospitals

Op-Ed by: R. Brent Wright, M.D., Garren Colvin, and Nancy Galvagni

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R. Brent Wright, M.D., Garren Colvin, and Nancy Galvagni

Although our battle with the coronavirus pandemic is not over just yet, much of the state’s attention has shifted toward how best to reopen our businesses and economy.

OP-ED: During COVID-19, Kentuckians Must Be ‘Watchmen at the Wall’ for the Vulnerable

By: Attorney General Daniel Cameron

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FRANKFORT, KY (April 1, 2020) – In a matter of weeks, the novel coronavirus (“COVID-19”) has changed the way that we live our lives in the Commonwealth and throughout our country.  Days spent at school and work have been replaced with online classroom sessions and conference calls.  Homes have become makeshift offices and classrooms, as we all try to retain some semblance of normalcy in a situation that is far from normal.

 

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