Keyword: Georgetown University School of Medicine
A Maryland cardiac practice has agreed to pay the federal government almost $400,000 to settle False Claims Act allegations of improper billing.
Overtreatment is a pervasive problem in healthcare. But hospitals don't have to invest much to tackle the issue, a group of experts said in D.C.
A New York doctor, who is now a convicted felon, is warning other doctors about the dangers of accepting bribes from drug and device representatives.
From Kaiser Health News: The “reps,” who are in the operating room to answer any technical questions that arise during surgery, also often cultivate close relationships with the doctors, leading to ethical questions about how much influence they wield.
fter a successful pilot program with Cigna, the Georgetown University National Center for Cultural Competence has rolled out a self-guided educational program aimed at improving the quality of service healthcare providers deliver to diverse populations.
Despite doctors’ continued concerns about the usability of EHRs, comparing those experiences remains difficult, say researchers.
Hospital groups such as the American Hospital Association continue to express dissatisfaction with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services’ star-rating system as well as their level of involvement in the process.
Women aiming to get pregnant or avoid a pregnancy shouldn’t bank on apps for help, according to researchers who say most don't use evidence-based methodology.
In his first year of medical school, Daniel Marchalik, M.D., a literature major in his undergrad years, found Cervantes’ “Don Quixote” had been displaced by Netter’s “Atlas of Human Anatomy.”