Nearly 4 million adults 65 years of age and older with multimorbidity were studied.
Although the Medicaid expansion led to an 11.7% increase in overall spending, state budgets were insulated due to federal funding.
Study shows that physicians devote nearly 3.08 hours a day to face-to-face office visits and 3.17 hours to desktop medicine.
Use of enhanced patient-centered communication positively impacts a patient's psychological state when given bad news.
Changes made by the Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act have affected the government's approach to physician payment.
Thirty-one states and Washington DC have signed legislation to expand Medicaid under the Affordable Care Act.
A physician in Maine built an autoinjector device to work around the price hikes of EpiPens.
The American Medical Association conducted a survey of 1200 doctors, residents and medical students to determine their career choice satisfaction.
Use of the Health Literacy Universal Precaution toolkit created by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality is essential in improving patient-clinician communication.
Researchers found that counties exposed to more television ads on the Affordable Care Act had lower rates of uninsured between 2013 and 2014.
The rate of malpractice claims paid on behalf of physicians decreased as mean compensation amounts increased from 1992 to 2014.
New approaches to informed consent using technology advances are changing the way participants are informed and how researchers obtain their permission.
HHS Office for Civil Rights may impose such a plan on providers receiving HIPAA fines to lower risk of future data loss incidents.
Practices with a higher proportion of high-needs patients achieve lower spending and utilization.
Amidst academic grand rounds speakers, women are found to be underrepresented.
Residency programs can increase shift hours for first-year residents from 16 to 24 hours, ACGME says.
The American College of Rheumatology's head of government affairs dissects the AHCA proposal and explains what it means for rheumatologists and their patients.
Physicians concerned that President Trump's immigration Executive Order could harm residency programs and health care services to underserved areas.
Researchers find that 29% of data from trials went unreported from 1999 to 2009.
Increase in the health law's popularity is largely due to an increase in support among independents.
Study examined average physician spending using a random sample of Medicare patients.
Data from 4 years before state Medicaid expansions and 2 years afterward.
American College of Rheumatology provides mixed opinions on the proposed American Health Care Act.
Following multiple recalls, new strategies are needed to monitor the safety and performance of medical devices.
Data comes from two combined quantitative surveys, one involving patients and the other physicians or other health care providers, practice administrators, and C-suite executives.
Responses come after House leadership introduces the American Health Care Act, the proposed replacement for Obamacare.
Republicans unveil proposed replacement for the Affordable Care Act.
Study examined the performance of an index predicting 10- and 14-year mortality for community-dwelling adults aged ≥65 years from the 1997 to 2000 National Health Interview Surveys.
In first 9 months of 2016, 12.3% of adults and 5% of children remain uninsured.
State's High Court says information related to patient safety not protected from litigation discovery.
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