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Is end-of-life planning truly necessary?
Is end-of-life planning truly necessary?Do you know what treatments your patients would want if they became seriously or even terminally ill?
Why do we keep prescribing heroin to patients?
Why do we keep prescribing heroin to patients?Let us all remember when the pen hits the prescription pad to write for an opioid that heroin is an opioid, too.
Researchers: Hepatitis C virus control needs a public health approachA new study suggests a public health approach is necessary to control the spread of hepatitis C virus in urban communities.
DAAs safely treat chronic kidney disease in HCV patientsDirect-acting antiviral therapy with sofosbuvir-based combinations safely and effectively treats HCV infection in patients with early-stage chronic kidney disease.
Unvaccinated adult travelers pose measles riskAdults who don’t know they need or refuse measles vaccinations before international travel introduce more than half of new U.S. measles cases.
MIT researchers develop one-shot vaccine seriesImagine if you could administer an entire vaccine series in just one shot. That technology might be on the horizon, thanks to researchers at MIT.
Physicians respond to Trump's latest Obamacare actionHere’s what physicians from across the country had to say about the president’s latest moves.
One size does not fit all in value-based reimbursementFor small or independent practices to thrive in this healthcare environment, a "big picture" view of value-based reimbursement really helps.
8 strategies to survive value-based reimbursementAlthough some healthcare professionals may not welcome value-based reimbursement with open arms, they may to learn to love it later.
The growing financial impact of patient satisfaction
The growing financial impact of patient satisfactionWith more healthcare costs being shifted to consumers, they are expecting more from their providers.