Food insecurity is prevalent among Medicare enrollees, affecting 38.3 percent of those aged younger than 65 years.
In this study, 71% of the breaches compromised sensitive demographic orfinancial information that may be used for fraudulent purposes.
Although rates of burnout and satisfaction with work-life integration improved among US physicians between 2014 and 2017, they still face an increased risk for burnout compared with workers in other fields.
The percentage of US physicians who believe that the ACA is a net positive for health care has increased in the five years after its implementation.
Among medical school matriculants, black, Hispanic, and American Indian or Alaska Native students are underrepresented.
Financial integration between physicians and hospitals raises patient spending but does not impact care quality.
The relatively recent submissions by state policymakers requesting to close their Medicaid formularies highlighted ethical concerns regarding access and treatment of patients who are poor or vulnerable.
Researchers evaluated survey results to determine the prevalence and impact of perceived bullying during residency.
From 1999 to 2016, the percentage of women in internal medicine residencies increased, but the percentage in subspecialty fellowships decreased.
Although payment for enrolling in medical research is not likely to make participation involuntary or invalid, it may create a situation that is not in the best interests of the participant.
Substituting 12 single-enantiomer drugs with their racemic precursors had the potential to result in $16.6 billion of savings, with Medicare beneficiaries potentially saving $1.1 billion in out-of-pocket expense.