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The recommendations for improving quality care in Medicaid track recent trends in psychiatric and diabetes care, which recognize the connection between physical and mental health.
Data presented at the ongoing European Cancer Congress has identified a different epigenetic profile in the tumors of younger colorectal cancer patients, information that can help improve treatment options in this population.
The technology was approved by FDA in June and unveiled at the Scientific Sessions of the American Diabetes Association.
Eighty-six million US adults are at high risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Without prevention, there will be a drastic increase in the number of Americans who will develop type 2 diabetes.
Medicare beneficiaries undergoing dialysis who reach the Part D coverage gap have increased out-of-pocket spending, increased medical service utilization and costs, and increased mortality, according to a new study.
A new report from The Commonwealth Fund has found similarities between premium costs for marketplace enrollees and those with employer plans. According to Are Marketplace Plans Affordable?, 60% of marketplace enrollees and 55% of individuals with employer plans pay either nothing or less than $125 a month for individual coverage.
More than $100 million in Affordable Care Act funding is being awarded to 17 national, regional, and state hospital associations and health system organizations to assist efforts to reduce hospital-acquired conditions and readmissions.
Addiction is a national scourge. Cognitive Technologies are needed to deal with this very expensive illness.
Diabetes Compendium
Oncology Compendium