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The American Diabetes Association (ADA) today offered a position statement on treating diabetes and hypertension for the first time since 2003.
A new study indicates that expanded coverage under the Affordable Care Act (ACA) added strain on emergency medical services, resulting in slower ambulance response times.
Children who were obese or at risk of obesity had less activity in the brain's self-regulation centers.
There is more than just genetics to consider when evaluating a person’s health and their potential for developing certain diseases, explained Christos A. Galanopoulos, MD, MBA, MsC, FACS, adjunct professor of the Applied Innovation Center at the Desert Research Institute and co-director of the Renown Institute for Health Innovation at Renown Health.
The overwhelmingly high number of deaths related to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and asthma—the 2 most common chronic respiratory diseases in the world—call for affordable interventions that have the ability to prevent or treat the severe chronic respiratory burden.
A reference pricing initiative was linked to more prescription fills of lowest-priced drugs and a decreased average price per prescription, but higher rates of copayments by patients, a new study finds.
Michael Sherman, MD, chief medical officer at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, discusses how Harvard Pilgrim uses value framework during formulary deliberations to help make decisions, despite the fact that they only cover certain disease states right now.
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