Keyword: Alzheimer's Association
Half of primary care physicians say the medical profession is not prepared to meet an expected increase in Alzheimer's patients.
A doctor accused of ordering excessive pain drugs for dozens of Ohio hospital patients who died responded to one of the lawsuits filed against him.
A new study found that doctors give patients only an average of 11 seconds to explain the reason for their visit and more practice news.
Kenneth Thorpe discusses what Congress and private companies are doing to combat Alzheimer's disease and how a cure could save trillions.
The costs of providing care for individuals with Alzheimer's disease will surpass a quarter of a trillion dollars in 2018, according to a new report.
A Massachusetts committee is working to develop guidelines to make an inpatient stay or visit a bit easier for dementia patients.
After being caught up in allegations of fraud, Outcome Health has lost partnerships with several organizations, including the AMA.
As the number of Alzheimer’s disease patients continues to grow, it could put significant strain on Medicare and Medicaid, as the condition is extremely costly to treat, according to a new report.