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New AMA Policy Reflects Physician and Patient Frustration over Ongoing Drug Shortages

CHICAGO, June 12, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Responding to ongoing national drug shortages that threaten patient care and safety, physicians gathered at the Annual Meeting of the American Medical ... read more

Drug shortages are having major negative effects on patient care and hospital costs

A study to be published in the October 1, 2004, issue of the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy finds that ongoing drug shortages are having ... American Medical Association in 2002 to ... read more

Drugs Can Often Ride A Wave Of Novelty And Marketing Before Reality Crashes Down

(Chang, 6/19) Stat: FDA Says Drug Shortages Fell ... according to a new survey that comes as the skyrocketing price of insulin is prompting lawmakers and physicians to call for more oversight. The ... read more

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AMA pleads for more user-friendly EHRs

The American Medical Association is targeting the ... track of referrals and consults so that a physician can track patients across the continuum of care. They should be modular and take advantage of ... read more

Provider Consolidation Drives Up Health Care Costs

In concentrated markets, firms wield market power and have control over prices and ... about three-quarters of physicians were practice owners compared with less than half, or 47 percent, today, ... read more

Senate opioid response vote looms

Civica was borne out of hospitals’ frustration over drug availability ... including a number of policies the government could adopt to prevent or mitigate shortages. The Patient-Centered Outcomes ... read more

Know your health-care options as physician shortage looms

Rowe, professor of health policy and aging at the Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health. They should not be relied on as a source of ongoing care ... eliminating the need for physician ... read more

Advances in HIV testing make obsolete lingering bans on blood donations from gays, activists say

NEW YORK ... of frustration to many gay activists, and also to many leading players in the nation's health and blood-supply community who have joined in calling for change. In June, the American ... read more

An Aging Population And Growing Disease Burden Will Require ALarge And Specialized Health Care Workforce By 2025

We calibrated the model so that its projected national demand for physicians matched the American Medical Association ... coordinate patient care across specialty providers and care delivery settings. ... read more

Report finds Medicare willing to pay for primary care in new ways

Over the years, the CMS's billing codes and pilot programs have boosted physicians' earnings. Whereas treating a complex patient ... to a new analysis from the Urban Institute. That's important ... read more

Implementation Of Computerized Physician Order Entry In Seven Countries

Implementation of CPOE is slower and more problematic than anticipated (adoption rates are 20 percent or less) and often poorly integrated, inducing new errors and generating frustration ... ... read more

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