New Cervical Cancer Guidelines Could Make Pap Smears More Infrequent

Dr. Arguello with Medical City Las Colinas was featured on Channel 5 NBC Dallas Fort Worth News, talking about the new cervical cancer guidelines and how they could make pap smears more infrequent. New cervical cancer screening recommendations that came out on August21 have started to make old-fashioned Pap smears a thing of the past for women over 30. Watch on 5 NBC News »

New Minimally Invasive Procedure for Treatment of Fibroids


Dr. Andrea Arguello discusses a new procedure called Acessa for minimally invasive treatment of uterine fibroids. This procedure helps eliminate fibroid related symptoms without having to have a hysterectomy.

What Impact Will Social Media Have on Health IT Vendors, Physician Practices, and Regulatory Bodies?

23 Apr 2015 In the News

Thanks for the question VJHudson. For the answer, I decided to turn to Jeff Livingston, M.D. a partner at the Irving, Texas-based MacArthur OB/GYN, an obstetrics and gynecology practice, is one of the leading advocates of provider-based social media interaction in the industry. As a true expert, Dr. Livingston is my go-to-guy when it comes to discussing the impact social media will have on the world of medicine. Here’s his answer.

“Physician engagement in social media has been on an upward trend for the past few years and is almost certain to continue. Physicians are recognizing the importance of online reputation management and see social media as one tool. Others enjoy the platform provided by social media to offer patient education on a scale never imagined. Certain practices use social media because of the branding power that drives new patient acquisition and improves current patient satisfaction. The social media doctors understand that one can expand the doctor patient relationship beyond the four walls of the office.” Read more »

Providers are Using Social Media to Engage Patients, Collaborate with Each Other

23 Apr 2015 In the News

It’s beginning to happen, slowly, but surely. Social media use in healthcare is beginning to scratch the surface.

The UCLA Health System live-tweets brain surgery, including short video clips to reduce future patients’ fear of a procedure. Johns Hopkins uses Facebook to generate a 21-fold increase of people who registered themselves as an organ donor in a single day. Texas Health Resources in Arlington is using social media internally and externally, for knowledge-sharing, team building, education, and employee recruitment. Out of the organization’s 21,500 employees, 3,500 are active social media users. Read more »

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