Business of Medicine
From the Journals
The majority of the overall screening activity was driven by interpersonal violence screenings.
Measures include authorizing imported prescription drugs, screening for excessive price increases by drug companies, and establishing oversight...
Documenting and coding social factors in the patient’s health care needs doesn’t necessarily change reimbursement for their care.
Insurers will pay $1.3 billion in medical loss ratio rebates to patients in 2019 based on collected premiums.
Movers in Medicine
One researcher will examine burnout among physician assistants working in oncology.
Physician groups are raising concerns over the merger of pharmacy chain CVS Health and health insurer Aetna.
Setting up electronic prescribing of controlled substances in an electronic record can be costly and incredibly time consuming.
From the Editor
Here we were, three accomplished physicians all resigning from powerful posts at the same time for what turns out to be similar reasons. Our...
The longitudinal assessment option will provide doctors with immediate feedback about answers and links to educational material.
Dr. William G. Wilkoff ponders the issue of prioritizing time or money in a career.
“Buying a new car every year would be … cheaper than a year’s worth of health care.”