Hackers targeting small practices with weaker information security strategies.
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An overwhelming majority prefer the safety of secured electronic records rather than exchanging paper copies.
Rule change proposals include special enrollment period for eligible individuals.
Juvenile idiopathic arthritis highlights this week’s edition, plus other news in the world of rheumatic disease.
Patients treated by surgeons with most complaints had more complications in month after surgery.
Research examined virus-independent activation of MAVS protein in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
Randomized trial evaluates improvements in pain and function using internet-based in-home exercise and pain-coping skills training.
Investigators observe patient develop drug-induced lupus while taking biologic treatment for psoriasis.
Analysis estimates national health expenditures will amount to nearly 20% of GDP by 2025.
Clinical management recommendations for juvenile dermatomyositis, updated guidelines for low back pain treatment, and more of this week’s news.
Cross-sectional survey study examines patients undergoing spine surgery and their knowledge of radiation exposure.
Study evaluated prevalence and severity of fatigue among patients with chronic plaque psoriasis and healthy controls.
Standardized ultrasound assessment of rheumatoid arthritis disease activity may aid healthcare practitioners in comprehensive management.
Prospective observational study yields patients with hepatitis B reactivation, but all were asymptomatic.
Review of studies finds small improvements in pain levels and function after 3 to 6 months of yoga.
Bisphosphonate treatment for osteoporosis among women older than 65 goes up after 2008 recommendations.
The TNF inhibitor shows lower risk for infections and tuberculosis, according to a recent study.
CDC revises adult immunization advisory.
Study findings come from patients with rheumatoid arthritis who achieved low disease activity or remission.
Study included data from more than 1.2 million Medicare patients aged 65 and older.
Prospective study examines women with a history of gout and risk of hip and wrist fractures.
International study finds wide variations in how physicians determine disability benefit recipients.
Majority of those polled support changes to law, but few want to see it repealed.
ASAS-EULAR publishes updated axSpA management guidelines, ACR releases first ever Sjogren syndrome classification criteria, and other news.
Research shows that younger survivors are at increased risk of serious long-term health conditions resulting from thyroid cancer treatments.
Smartphone-based teleradiology may potentially be used for consultations with specialists to increase access to care.
Substantial gaps in access to healthcare still remain for subsets of Americans.
Emotional well-being negatively impacted among parents with affected children.
Study finds improvement in self-reported outcomes at 3 months and longer in patients with chronic lumbar back pain.
No effect of body mass index on abatacept efficacy in rheumatoid arthritis, updated hypertension treatment guidelines, prolonged review period for baricitinib, and more news inside.
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