If public insurance eligibility thresholds are decreased, many pediatric hospitalizations would become ineligible for coverage.
U.S. Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams says the opioid epidemic is his primary focus.
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SHM intends to provide a home for hospitalists to collaborate around population health management.
Existing drugs, not new drugs, drove much of the inflation in brand-name drug prices.
Security experts say physicians can learn from three 2018 HIPAA penalties by the Office for Civil Rights.
Participants in a medically tailored meal program had fewer inpatient admissions and lower medical spending.
Four internists allege ABIM is monopolizing the MOC market and forcing physicians to purchase MOC.
Comments are sought to help drive direction of reforms.
Medicare auditors have been given discretion to overlook an inpatient order flaw, but providers have not.
More states are expanding telehealth locations and broadening the pool of telemedicine providers, while fading out in-person requirements.