Expanding coverage to patients 51 to 65 is likely to be a valuable investment for the United States,” Dr. ... Reimbursement is so complicated, in fact, that 57% of the physicians reported asking their patients to check on their own coverage.
As for full-time benefits, consider offering employee-only health insurance instead of family coverage; increasing the deductible; and omitting dental and vision coverage. ... s annual conference in New Orleans last October.
Our conference coverage is from the American Epilepsy Society's annual meeting, held in Philadelphia last December.
For heavier patients, interacting with the health care system (judgmental clinicians and the ever-present scale) can be downright daunting.
Finally in conference coverage, read an in-depth feature from the University of San Francisco's annual Management of the Hospitalized Patient conference, held in San Francisco in October, discussing why
Our conference coverage in this issue tackles resistant hypertension, which was the subject of a session at the American Society of Hypertension's annual meeting this May in New York City.
This issue also covers new drugs for depression, conference coverage about gastroenterology, and escalating generic drug prices. ... Our conference coverage this issue is from Digestive Disease Week, which was held in San Diego in May.
Probiotics are becoming more prevalent in both consumer and health care settings, but the excitement is tempered by problems, including how to define what is and what isn't one.
The traditional 3 symptoms of bacterial meningitis are well known: fever, headache, and neck stiffness. But altered mental status should be on that list, too.
Updated guidelines for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease revised the definition and staging of the condition, and an expert offers tips for optimal care.