Therapists’ decade-long practice to end; acupuncturists, other professionals accused them of performing ‘unlicensed acupuncture’.
For years, clinics across the country have been offering experimental stem cell therapies, but no state has given them legal validation—yet.
The FDA can’t regulate drug prices, but it can implement measures aimed at deterring the types of price hikes that have made so many headlines over more than a year.
Some concerns relate to excessive paperwork, administrative burdens, EHR issues, bureaucratic issues, and government regulations, and medical school debt.
Researchers have turned their attention on mindfulness benefits on physician burnout and physician stress relief and are finding promising results.
This new “exclusionary” formulary applies to Ohio’s certified nurse practitioners, clinical nurse specialists and certified nurse midwives.
After days of debate and years of dreaming, collaboration and study, an entire profession has embraced their future.
It’s up to the analytics team to break the C-suite out of its old ways and get them engaged in the data.
Medicaid expansion was associated with a 4-percentage point increase in operating margins for rural hospitals.
As Congress grapples with the issues of the most expensive health care system in the world, we work to find solutions to reduce health care costs while improving value.