Federal “right-to-try” legislation will restrict the FDA’s oversight of access to investigational drugs for patients with life-threatening illnesses and diminish the FDA’s public health mission
After England’s National Health Service made a recommendation that physicians ask patients about their sexual orientation at every opportunity, two physicians gave their opinions on the matter.
Experts advise that should the CDC be banned from using certain words, it could give rise to at least 7 harmful consequences.
Facility-level and system-level reform is necessary to balance the health needs of hospital-dependent patients with those of the larger hospital community.
Male physicians in the United States receive higher general payments from the biomedical industry and are more likely to hold ownership interests in such companies compared with female physicians.
Slow-release oral morphine may be a valuable tool to help reduce the number of deaths from opioid-related overdose.
A report compared self-reported occupation, personal income, hours worked outside the home, and graduate education status between spouses of male vs female physicians.
The benefits associated with medical cannabis therapy may be overestimated due to inadequate blinding in clinical trials.
The Value-Based Payment Modifier program is not associated with differences in performance between practices serving higher-risk and lower-risk patients.