This month, all the clues relate to recent news events. 1) The FDA approved a cranial electrostimulation device for this condition.
Important topics include coverage and cost of care, delivery system and payment reforms, and breaking down barriers to accessing care. ... All articles from the April 11, 2019, Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News Newsletter.
Turn on CNN. Set your stopwatch to measure how many minutes it will take before the bright banner of BREAKING NEWS flashes across the screen. ... All that's left is for Wolf Blitzer to announce:. BREAKING NEWS!
Medical news of the obvious. Hospitals that are overcrowded and understaffed have less control of MRSA than hospitals that are well-staffed and not crowded, The Lancet Infectious Diseases reports. ... And breaking news from Circulation's July 15 issue,
QD: News Every Day--Santa's take on H1N1 influenza. ACP Internist's daily digest of news and events continues with the latest progress on health care reform measures in the ... A wrap-up digests the breaking news from multiple sources. (Washington Post,
ACP launches new services for quality improvement | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist
All articles from the April 13, 2019, Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News Newsletter.
In addition to our regular coverage found in this issue and in our daily onsite print editions, we sent out daily updates to members containing breaking news from the meeting and
We cover the breaking news as it happens and some hilarious minutia when it doesn't. ... Obama, and future polls will ask our readers to help us develop clinical topics and incorporate the results into our news coverage.
ACP issues guidance statement for breast cancer screening of average-risk women with no symptoms | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist
All articles from the April 11, 2019, Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News Newsletter.
ACP releases survey results about telehealth technology availability, use among internists | Internal Medicine Meeting 2019 News | ACP Internist
They also expressed concerns about patients having access to the needed technology, and the potential for medical errors.“ The good news is that more than half of internists are interested in