Keyword: Journal of the American Medical Association
Can the time of day a patient sees a doctor reduce the chances the patient will get recommended for cancer screening. A new study suggests it does.
The number of people hospitalized due to amphetamine use is skyrocketing, but the resurgence has been overshadowed by the nation’s focus on opioids.
UnitedHealth's chief pharmacy officer says CMS' new guidance around step therapy will generate "significant" savings.
Atrium Health has raised the minimum wage for 7,500 of its staffers, plus more healthcare headlines.
These are the tests the World Health Organization has called essential, plus other healthcare industry news from around the web.
An op-ed piece in JAMA warns that meaningful cost reduction in the healthcare industry won’t happen without slowing employment growth in the sector.
Significant health disparities exist between states, according to a new study, highlighting the need for policies that emphasize preventative health.
As many rural hospitals struggle to stay open, Pennsylvania is looking to adopt a global budget payment model that could provide relief.
Common explanations as to why healthcare costs are so high may be wrong, a new study finds.
A brush with sepsis may make patients more likely to be readmitted to the hospital, according to a new study.