The American College of Physicians says the U.S. health care system “is ill and needs a bold new prescription” that includes coverage for all Americans and lower costs.
There is near consensus across 30 years of economic analysis of single-payer plans that a single-payer system would reduce health expenditures in the United States.
Cross-sectional study data published in the New England Journal of Medicine indicate that discrimination, abuse, and harassment are highly prevalent in surgical residency training, especially in female residents.
A proposal for California to contract generic drug companies to make medications would make the state the first in the country to produce its own medications.
Caroline O. Pardo, Ph.D., General Manager for Haymarket Medical Education, is pleased to announce that HME, based in Paramus, NJ, has been accredited as a provider of interprofessional continuing education by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education, the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education, and the American Nursing Credentialing Center.
The United States routinely outspends other high-income countries on prescription drugs because of the lack of price controls or negotiation by government health care systems.
Stephen Hahn, M.D., was confirmed as commissioner of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in a 72-18 Senate vote.
Patients who experienced Medicaid lockouts were less likely to report receiving past-year medical care and more likely to report owing money for expenses.
Researchers were able to induce doctors’ beliefs about the thermedol treatment and showed that those beliefs were transmitted to patients through subtle shifts in facial expressions and possible changes in attentiveness between treatments.
Experts from Boston Children’s Hospital in Massachusetts described modern threats to medical deferred action in the United States.
Research misconduct includes any falsification, manipulation, or plagiarism of data, as well as any attempts to reshape or withhold less favorable analyses.