geomedicine


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geomedicine

 [je″o-med´ĭ-sin]
the branch of medicine dealing with the influence of climatic and environmental conditions on health.

ge·o·med·i·cine

(jē'ō-med'i-sin),
The science concerned with the influence of climatic and environmental conditions on health and disease.

geomedicine

/geo·med·i·cine/ (-med´ĭ-sin) the branch of medicine dealing with the influence of climatic and environmental conditions on health.
The branch of medicine concerned with the influence of environmental, climactic, and topographic conditions on health and prevalence of disease in different parts of the world

geomedicine

Global medicine, see there.

geomedicine

the branch of medicine dealing with the influence of climatic and environmental conditions on health. See also geographic epidemiology.
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The geomedicine platform, available in both English and Spanish, is designed to help individuals with their daily preventive medications, reveal insights about their use of rescue medications and provide personalized feedback to improve their ability to successfully manage the disease.
This grant will allow for groundbreaking growth in the area of geomedicine," said Neva Ciftcioglu, PhD, Nanobac's Director of Science.
The subsequent sessions will include updates on the ACO market, the status of healthcare reform after the election, compliance and accreditation standards, specifically URAC and NCQA, as well as the latest insights on emerging healthcare trends, including molecular diagnostics and geomedicine.
Applications like this are just the start of how society (patients and physicians) will benefit from the greater use of geographically relevant information and geographic information systems-a process Davenhall has coined geomedicine.