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Caring at home for children with special healthcare needs brings high costs to families. A study by researchers at the University of Southern California, Boston Children’s Hospital, and RAND Corp., placed the uncompensated medical cost at nearly $36 billion annually.
January 1, 2017, marks the beginning of a new way of being paid in Medicare. And while the final rule of MACRA was released in October, and many providers and practices are still trying to parse out what it will mean to them.
According to a new study published in PLOS Medicine, genetic analysis of the uterine lavage fluid from pre- and post-menopausal women can provide early evidence of endometrial cancer.
A review of our peer-reviewed research in the healthcare and mainstream press.
This week, the top managed care stories included poll results that found Americans are satisfied with their own healthcare costs, research that ties the stress of the holiday season to heart attacks, and the FDA calls for more teenagers to be enrolled in adult cancer trials.
A glimpse at the top 5 articles from The American Journal of Managed Care's® conference coverage that caught reader attention in 2016.
Like others, we were surprised by Trump's victory, but our coverage predicted problems for the Medicare Part B proposal, and we wrote early on about the growing outrage over insulin prices.
What we're reading, December 30, 2016: fake news has also been prevalent in science in 2016; the CDC is considering lowering the lead level threshold for children; and globalization is tied to rising obesity levels.
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