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Bipartisan support exists for a repeal of the medical device tax, but only if it doesn't impede implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Finding a way to promote longevity without promoting harmful side effects is a key goal of longevity proponents and researchers, but new work on aging in mice points to the challenge ahead.
In 2012, an estimated $213 billion in health care spending in the United States was wasted on improper and unnecessary use of medicines. Those avoidable costs could have paid to insure 24 million Americans.
A team of researchers has discovered what could become a new and more effective kind of antibiotic that disrupts protein synthesis in bacteria and makes them unable to replicate.
A study analyzing the relationship between major complications and hospital costs and profits revealed that surgical complications can yield hospital profits of as much as 330% while improving quality is perversely penalized.
Despite steps made by the top private health plans in the U.S., a nationwide survey indicates little progress has been made in promoting value-based care during the last two years.