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The review reports that fewer than 50% of patients with diabetes are being treated according guidelines to prevent a cardiovascular event.
Patrick Conway, MD, MSc, will leave his position as the deputy administrator for Innovation and Quality at CMS and the director of the Center for Medicare and Medicaid Innovation to lead Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Blue Cross NC).
Removing outdated systems and using offsite backup strategies are keys to protecting a health system from ransomware attacks, which are on the rise.
Performance-based risk-sharing agreements don't just provide cost savings for physicians and payers, but they help to add another element of negotiation among pharmaceutical companies, explained Michael Sherman, MD, chief medical officer at Harvard Pilgrim Health Care.
New research has identified a gene that enables paclitaxel to spread cancer to the lungs even as it shrinks tumors in the breast.
A study used health data to show that low birth weight babies of all races that lived in areas dominated by African Americans faced the same elevated risk of asthma.
A new study indicates that drugs approved through the FDA’s expedited review programs offer larger health gains than those approved via the traditional review process.
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