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A recently unsealed lawsuit alleges Aledade Inc. developed billing software that boosted revenues by making patients appear sicker than they were. more
A mathematical model designed to direct spending of opioid settlement funds is at the center of a debate over whether to invest in technology to guide long-term decisions or focus on the immediate … more
By Jennifer Fernandez Up until this week, Gerard Tate has been the sole employee of the N.C. Office of Violence Prevention. The new office, created last year by an executive order from Gov. Roy … more
Here are six actionable steps healthcare organizations can take to reduce their likelihood of denials and write-offs. more
Healthcare organizations will need to proactively engage the next generation of workers in order to meet demand. They can start by factoring in these trends and creating an environment that supports … more
Only 8% of large employers have reduced or expanded their coverage for abortion after the Dobbs v. Jackson decision, a new report from KFF found. more
'Hospital at home' services to avoid admission to hospital What is the aim of this review? The aim of this Cochrane Review was to find out if providing health care in an admission avoidance hospital … more
Multiple perceptions about implementing hospital at home Key messages - When developing a Hospital at Home service, it is important to set up a straightforward process for healthcare professionals to … more
Multiple perceptions about implementing hospital at home Key messages - When developing a Hospital at Home service, it is important to set up a straightforward process for healthcare professionals to … more
OPill, the first over-the-counter birth control pill available without a prescription, is shipping to retailers nationwide. more
France's parliament, meeting at the Palace of Versailles, approved an amendment to the constitution guaranteeing abortion rights. more
France's parliament, meeting at the Palace of Versailles, approved an amendment to the constitution guaranteeing abortion rights. more
We all have negative thoughts. We all think in ways that aren't healthy. Learning to recognize that, and to find different, more helpful ways to think, is critical to our well-being, more
People go off their antidepressants for many reasons, but quitting too early could cause your symptoms to come back. more
In 2023, Canada’s recreational marijuana market boasted a value of approximately C%5.07 billion ($3.8 billion), a recent government report on retail sales stated. This reflects a 12.2% increase … more
Brazil looks to short-term and long-term strategies to fight a disease so painful it's known as "breakbone fever." The outbreak is part of a global wave of dengue triggered in part by climate change. more
Doctors don't fully understand the causes of nasal polyps, growths in your nose and sinuses. Learn more about what increases your risk for them. more
When medicine isn't enough to improve your nasal polyps, you may need surgery. Learn more about what to expect from nasal polyp surgery. more
Learn about the many medications available to treat nasal polyps. more
Kellogg CEO Gary Pilnick recently encouraged families struggling to put food on the table to turn to cereal as their go-to dinner option. Food-as-medicine executives are none too thrilled about his … more
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