From the Journals
The opioid epidemic is driving down the life expectancy in the U.S.
Dr. Ochsner, a world-renowned heart surgeon, will be remembered as a charismatic and skilled surgeon, a dedicated teacher, a loving father, and a...
There are problems ahead for all vascular surgeons, and my hope is to use this forum to unite us.
So far, PTAC has sent at least 10 APMs to the CMS. To date, not a single one has been approved or even tested on a limited scale.
A “youth uprising” in support of a single-payer health care system at this year’s AMA House of Delegates meeting speaks to a cultural shift in the...
Drug prices in the United States have continued to rise and more than 80% of Americans say the government should take action.
People with HIV develop more frailty even with treatment
The program uses statewide average premiums to draw money from health insurance plans with few high-need patients and funnels it to those with...
Dr. Samson bids his fond farewell as medical editor.
Site-neutral payments could save the government – and patients – money on every visit.
Clinicians are calling blood pressure drugs the first disease-modifying therapy for MCI.
SGLT2 inhibitors, including dapagliflozin, appear to have a beneficial class effect.
Surgical patients should be asked about their opioid use and pain history.