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Before dismissing the idea because of the perceived stigma, warranted or not, with marijuana use, consider these 5 reasons why your postop patient should consider rolling a joint after surgery.
Medical Economics is looking for physicians making a significant impact or driving innovation in healthcare as nominees for our first-ever list of “ChangeMakers in Medicine.”
You’ve no doubt heard about large healthcare companies and hospital systems being purchased for staggering sums by private equity firms.
A recent survey by Morning Consult showed that across the country, in both red and blue states, the overwhelming majority of Americans believe that a health system based on a foundation of primary care produces healthier patients,...
Primary care practices located in community settings do a better job of providing high-value, cost-effective services than primary care practices within hospital settings, according to a recent article in JAMA Internal Medicine.
There could not be anything more different than the experience one has between checking in at the doctor’s office and checking in to the Ritz-Carlton.
The devastation that hit the coast of Texas certainly qualifies as a time that tries men’s souls. However, at the same time, it is the heart and soul of your fellow man that may allow you to survive that acute devastation and to...
This problem represents yet one more example of CMS’ ill-advised attempts to dictate what transpires in the course of the doctor-patient encounter.
The telehealth boom begs the question: Will the expansion of hospital-based services wind up pulling patients—and revenue—away from primary care practices?

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