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In an environment where policies and management are under increased scrutiny, it is important for an organization to do all it can to ensure its sexual harassment policy is comprehensive and effective.
A recent study found that diabetes patients who receive four hemoglobin A1c per year have much lower hospitalization costs than those who receive three or fewer tests. The savings amount to thousands of dollars per patient, per year.
An expert task force says screening is justified by evidence and can help patients
President Donald Trump issued an executive order requiring transparency in healthcare prices, a move he hopes will drive down costs by helping consumers make informed choices.
Results of a physician survey dispels the myth that doctors are reluctant to refer patients to specialists for access to clinical studies.
The Federal Communications Commission will vote July 10 on the Connected Care pilot program, which would provide $100 million to develop new telehealth programs for rural and underserved areas as well as veterans.
Thomas H. Lee, MD, Press Ganey’s chief medical officer, talks about the growing importance of the patient experience and how it can affect care outcomes.
The proposed rule would update the Part D e-prescribing program by adopting standards that ensure secure transmissions so as to expedite prior authorizations.
The agency announced five new payment models focused on primary care. Here’s what you need to know.