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A nomogram could help to predict patients at risk of Grade 4 neutropenia during treatment, according to a study published in Clinical Genitourinary Cancer.
The cost of maternity care varies greatly across the top 30 major US cities and a recent study found that the west coast may actually be the most expensive.
This week in managed care, the top stories included a report on how much Americans spend on complementary health approaches, more trouble with the Affordable Care Act's risk adjustment program, and researchers linked the BRCA1 gene to deadly uterine cancer.
Selections of our peer-reviewed research and commentary in the healthcare and mainstream press.
The proposal to fund the collaborative care model is part of a broader effort to direct $900 million into primary care, mental health, and care coordination.
Experts at a summit convened by the National Comprehensive Cancer Network (NCCN) agreed that progress in health information technology can help break the walls between compartmentalized data that lives within distinct data systems, to improve patient outcomes.
Lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults reported higher rates of severe psychological distress and impaired physical health than did heterosexuals, according to data from one of the nation’s leading, most representative health surveys.
Details of how Medicare will deliver the Diabetes Prevention Program include efforts to prevent fraud, ensure patient privacy, and tie payment to value-based principles.
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