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Breast implants—used for both reconstructive and cosmetic surgeries—give a glimpse into how hospitals mark up prices of medical devices to increase their bottom lines.
A paper published by the National Bureau of Economic research Monday says expanding Medicaid improved the financial health of many Michiganders.
A New York doctor was sentenced to prison Tuesday for his participation in a $30 million fraud scheme, and more physician practice news.
A JAMA Surgery study found an association between a DEA schedule change meant to curb opioid misuse and an increase in prescriptions after surgery.
The move is aimed at encouraging students to pursue careers in less lucrative specialties, as graduates won’t be saddled with six-figure debt.
A new research report warns that opioid drug prescriptions associated with the dental procedure may be leading to long-term use among young people.
The Trump administration’s proposed changes to the Title X family planning program would threaten evidence-based patient care, according to the AAFP.
In the emerging era of precision medicine, Michigan Medicine invested big in rethinking its diagnostic brain power into a former Pfizer facility.
The AARP/University of Michigan National Poll on Healthy Aging surveyed older adults regarding the management of opioid prescriptions.
A new study offers a sobering glimpse of the costs to patients and the healthcare system when patients with chronic diseases experience coverage gaps.