Technology

November 15, 2018

Need a Doctor during the Thanksgiving Holiday? 3 Options for Care

We hope you have a happy and healthy Thanksgiving holiday with good food and good company. Whether you’re spending the holiday waiting for family to arrive, in the kitchen preparing for a feast or cozying up by a fire, the holiday brings friends and family together – and also brings the challenge of finding the […]

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October 25, 2018

Schedule Your Next Doctor’s Appointment Online – Primary Care

In the digital age that we live in, it can be pleasantly surprising the tasks you can accomplish online – shopping, banking, reading the news and keeping up with friends and family. Scheduling your doctor’s appointment is no exception! Available now, we are pleased to bring you online scheduling for all of Mission Health’s primary […]

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October 12, 2018

Stress Less for Breast Surgeries – Savi Scout®

Radio waves help surgeons pinpoint cancerous tumors Just hearing “you have breast cancer” can send any woman’s mind racing. For many of the 266,000 women diagnosed each year with invasive breast cancer, the stress doesn’t stop there. Surgery day often means two procedures. Traditionally, a wire is placed in a women’s breast at an imaging […]

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July 3, 2018

Fourth of July Holiday Medical Care Options – What to Know

Summer holidays provide the chance to catch up with friends and loved ones while enjoying all of the wonders of warm weather. Independence Day is a special holiday for many reasons. Yes, the Fourth of July truly is a sure sign that summer is setting in, as well as a terrific opportunity to honor our great […]

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June 25, 2018

What’s New at the Mission Health Blog?

Providing expert health and wellness advice is our passion, which is why we were incredibly honored and humbled when the Mission Health Blog was named among the Top 50 Health Education Blogs and Websites. It’s our goal to continue to providing award-worthy articles about the health topics that interest you. With that in mind, we’ve […]

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June 14, 2018

Our New Website Is Designed with You in Mind

The all-new missionhealth.org has been redesigned, with YOU in mind. At Mission Health, we understand that your experience begins well before you see a provider. Quickly and easily finding what you need on our website is critical to ensuring you get the care you need. So with your experience as our guide, we updated missionhealth.org. […]

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March 29, 2018

Apple Health App Can Now Connect to Mission Health Patient Portal

Ever wish you could securely and easily carry around your health records at your fingertips? If you have an iPhone, now you can! With iOS 11.3, the latest software update for the iPhone, a new feature in the Apple Health app © makes it easy to access and view your health records. There you have […]

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January 18, 2018

5 Ways to Improve Your Health Online – Yep, There’s an App for That

By Charles Sawyer, MD Online banking. Online shopping. Online classes. But when was the last time you took time to manage your health online? Did you know that is even an option? The short answer is “yes” and even in the form of a mobile app. Care teams like yours at Mission Health are dedicated […]

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August 24, 2017

Technology in Healthcare – Improving Care and Access for Patients in WNC

In this 21st-century world, we’re accustomed to instant digital access to virtually everything we need. Who doesn’t enjoy watching your favorite show on your phone, viewing a real-time weather radar or tracking the score of your favorite team? Advances in technology have improved our lives in countless ways. When it comes to the health and […]

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July 18, 2017

Making Healthy Web Choices – 5 Tips for Using the Internet for Your Child’s Medical Advice

“Even doctors use Google,” said Maureen Ben-Davies, MD, MPH, FAAP, a pediatrician with McDowell Pediatrics. However, while surfing the internet for health information can feel like hitting the jackpot, not all that glitters is gold. Filter for Credible Sources. Look for information by credible medical associations, government agencies and respected healthcare providers. Their health recommendations […]

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