Keyword: New England Journal of Medicine
Doctors may have heard a lot about MACRA, but not so much about new patient relationship categories and codes.
Leading medical figures have failed to report financial relationships when their studies are published in journals, according to an investigation.
Medicaid demonstrations can help or harm millions of people. CMS should require states to evaluate them more rigorously, researchers say.
Medicare Advantage enrollment is expected to increase from 34% of the Medicare population in 2018 to 42% in 2028.
Through case studies, the new series hopes to teach physicians how to address social, political, and economic issues within the patient context.
To make its documentation system smarter, Hawaii Pacific Health hospitals decided to enlist front-line staff in a battle against “stupid stuff.”
Officials at Johns Hopkins University plan to name a new research building after Henrietta Lacks, plus more healthcare headlines from around the web.
Asking for the specific details allow doctors to earn the trust of their patients and see them as people, says a physician.
Physician groups in ACOs saved Medicare $256 million over a three-year period. Hospitals added $111 million in costs.
Roughly two-thirds (67.3%) of practitioners added to the workforce between 2016 and 2030 will be advanced practice clinicians, according to projections.