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Physicians report moral distress and burnout over policies that force inadequate care
May 23 | Jeff Lagasse
Being forced to provide inferior care due to the patient's immigration ...
Why it's time to revisit hospital supply chain contracts to start saving money
May 22 | Jeff Lagasse
Taking a disciplined approach to re-negotiating contracts with your top vendors ...
Rheumatologists call on Congress to increase arthritis drug transparency, barriers to care
May 21 | Jeff Lagasse
Specialists say legislation is needed to grow workforce and hold pharmacy ...
Medical imaging costs could be reduced by using diamonds
May 21 | Jeff Lagasse
Defects in nanoscale and microscale diamonds act to enhance the sensitivity of MRI and NMR resonance systems.
Behavioral health workforce faces critical challenges in meeting population needs
May 18 | Jeff Lagasse
More than 44 million American adults have a diagnosable mental health condition, ...
Comprehensive care physician model reduces expenses, hospitalization
May 17 | Jeff Lagasse
The core element of the model is that the same physician provides care for patients in the ...
Physician compensation rises 10 percent in 5 years, linked to doctor shortage
May 16 | Jeff Lagasse
Practices offered more benefits to attract and retain physicians including higher ...
Superbugs can kill patients but are not more expensive to treat
May 15 | Jeff Lagasse
Surprise: Drug-resistant staph infections cost the same or slightly less to treat than non-resistant ...
Medical practices turn to retail tactics to meet rising demand for consumerism
May 15 | Jeff Lagasse
Patients have gotten used to certain conveniences and now it's time for ...

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