Physicians are calling on colleagues to bring up the cost of care and its potential impact when discussing treatment options with patients.
Jim Anderson, MPAS, PA-C, wonders if SAMHSA will make the methadone take-home flexibility program permanent.
HIPAA protects patients from unauthorized disclosure of personal information by covered entities such as medical practices and hospitals, but out from under the HIPAA umbrella, patients are mostly on their own, according to the authors of a recent report.
Surrogate decision makers for a patient are obligated to make health care decisions based on what the patient would have wanted if it is known.
Rheumatologists, Joshua Baker, MD, Brian Andonian, MD, and Ira Khanna, MD, discuss the occurrence and management of muscle weakness and loss among patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
Sequential bilateral cataract surgery and modern postoperative medication options can streamline cataract removals, declutter surgeons’ schedules, and reduce burdens on the healthcare system.
To help relieve excruciating anorectal symptoms from monkeypox, clinicians in the United States are prescribing tecovirimat, though in short supply, and recommending OTC treatments.
G. Ying Li, MD, chief of pediatric orthopedic surgery at C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, discusses research evaluating the effect of education and guideline-directed care on opioid use following spinal fusion for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis.
We spoke with Rebecca Edelmayer, PhD, the Alzheimer’s Association Senior Director of Scientific Engagement, about studies presented at the Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC) 2022 regarding individual’s life experiences and brain health.