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Blogging in the New Year @NFMD

The New Year is when blogs turn to sum up the year, but I decided to make this a two-part post, with a few points looking back at New Frontier’s 2021 and a few predictions for 2022!

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Imaging For Everyone: Rural Patients

Last New Year, we wrote about our mission ‘Imaging for Everyone.’ While that is the focus and goal of our operations, we would like this year’s post to focus more on what exactly that means for rural patients.

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New Frontier Adds Women’s Health Services

Access to Women’s Health services is a critical factor in the health of women, regardless of child-bearing status. According to a 2019 study by the Kaiser Family Foundation, women seeking basic gynecological care incur significantly greater health care costs (84% higher for ages 18-44, 21% higher for 45 and older) and are more likely to go without care because of cost.

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May is National Stroke Awareness Month

Every year, more than 795,000 people in the United States have a stroke, or a reduction in blood supply to the brain, causing brain tissue to die within minutes from lack of oxygen and nutrients. To raise awareness of this deadly disorder, May has been designated as National Stroke Awareness Month.

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April is National Minority Health Month

April is National Minority Health Month, and New Frontier is celebrating minority voices and bringing awareness to the healthcare disparities faced by minorities in the United States. As we highlighted in the post explaining our mission, “Imaging for Everyone,” access to quality,

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