Median medical school graduate debt in 2018 was $200,000, according to the Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC).
Few would argue that the practice environment for physicians is the same everywhere.
Use of marijuana by expectant mothers in the United States rose 62 percent from 2002 through 2014, raising concerns among researchers even as legalization of pot has spread.
A Kaiser Family Foundation poll in 2015 suggested nearly three-fourths of Americans consider drug prices unjustifiably high. Citing concerns about negative perceptions of drug pricing, the Health and Public Policy Committee of the American College of Physicians recently offered recommendations...
The EHR adoption rate among physicians in the United States is high — greater than 80 percent, according to federal government data — but with federal meaningful use (MU) incentives drying up, what will it take to get the holdouts on board?
Pancreatic cancer is a paradox. It’s one of the deadliest cancers, yet it has one of the lowest research funding levels of all major cancer types. Scientists and advocates say those funding levels are due for a re-examination.
Despite a number of barriers, industry observers and clinicians say telemental health is an effective method both for delivering care and dealing with the dearth of mental health service providers.
Is your hospital or health system behind the curve of ICD-10 implementation?
When the Health Insurance Marketplace launched in 2014, millions of previously uninsured Americans gained coverage. But implementation of the ACA does not appear to have decreased the public’s reliance on free and charitable care.
All parents experience a medley of emotions when their baby arrives and they take in the intricacies of that perfect, angelic face. Hope, pure love and sheer terror are commonly felt. The fear begins to deflate for most parents as they find that their child is strong and healthy. For one local family, however, that fear was actually substantiated after their second son arrived.
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