Much concern has been voiced regarding legislation allowing the substitution of biosimilars for branded drugs.
The transition process can be challenging for patients and families and can require a great deal of pre-planning by providers.
Opinion: a primary care physician sees the peril of pharmacy-owned clinics.
Research shows benefit with bills, but also more problems with patients getting appointments.
The American College of Rheumatology holds mixed opinions on the proposed American Health Care Act.
The researchers found that 28.5% of the 2263 physicians who completed surveys reported experiencing some degree of burnout.
There were greater reductions in readmission rates at penalized hospitals compared with those at non-penalized hospitals.
Providers are still not performing some of the most basic tasks required by the law.
Low back and neck pain were among the top medical conditions associated with high personal spending.
If a registrant fails to complete the renewal process by the expiration date, the registrant will have to apply for a new DEA registration.
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