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Synonyms for medicine

Synonyms for medicine

an agent used to restore health

a substance used in the treatment of disease

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the branches of medical science that deal with nonsurgical techniques

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(medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease

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punishment for one's actions

treat medicinally, treat with medicine

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Published studies indicate that occupational medicine clinics outperform other providers in early treatment of injuries, suggesting that early treatment by an occupational medicine clinic results in 30 percent savings in total claims costs.
Despite these opportunities for value-added involvement, occupational medicine specialists often are not retained by either risk managers or claim adjusters.
With large and small companies outsourcing more employee health care, occupational medicine openings have doubled in the past decade, according to the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM).
The study, conducted by the University of Washington and the state Department of Labor and Industries, found a 27 percent cost reduction among a select group of injured workers who received treatment from occupational medicine practitioners skilled in treating workplace injuries and illnesses.
It is divided into five sections: Occupational Medicine Services, Occupationally Related Diseases, Evaluating a Health Hazard or Work Environment, Challenges in Occupational and Environmental Medicine, and Environmental Medicine.
To those of us concerned about the relatively new forms of conflicts of interest confronting practicing physicians, it is somewhat reassuring to know that practitioners of occupational medicine have been caught in the middle for decades and somehow have muddled through.
HealthWorks, one of the largest operators of occupational healthcare centers in the United States, today announced it has acquired the three Advanced Occupational Medicine Specialists (AOMS) healthcare centers in the Chicago area.
Tenders are invited for Servicing of the personnel of RHIF-Smolyan from the Occupational Medicine Service (STM) and performing prophylactic medical examinations with two distinct positions as follows: Lot 1: Servicing of the staff of RHIF-Smolyan from office occupational medicine and Separate item 2: Performing preventive medical examinations of the staff of RHIF-Smolyan "
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 2, 2016-US HealthWorks Acquires Colorado's Arbor Occupational Medicine
In: Rom W (ed): Environmental and Occupational Medicine, 2nd ed.
The book records the history of some of the heroes of occupational medicine in the United States and also names some of the "black hats.
LANCASTER - High Desert Medical Group/Heritage Health Care's in-house Occupational Medicine Center is scheduled to open March 3.
Estimates place the number of new disabling occupational illnesses at more than 390,000 per year and the number of occupationally related deaths at 100,000 per year, yet there is a serious shortage of residency-trained occupational medicine physicians.
The practice has the unique distinction of providing Internal Medicine, Occupational Medicine and Complementary Medicine services to the community.
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