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Long-thought to be primarily caused by smoking and other exposures, scientists now believe that congenital changes to lung tissues with a genetic link may also be to blame.
Less than 10% of eligible COPD patients were referred to pulmonary rehabilitation programs, according to a new UK study.
Those using illicit drugs and co-infected with HIV and hepatitis C are willing to use direct-acting anti-viral agents, says a new study.
Hispanic and Asian patients have a higher risk of cirrhosis and liver cancer, but direct-antiviral treatment eliminates ethnic disparities.
Forecasts of future trends go along with a new year as reliably as champagne and the ball drop. Medical Economics spoke with three leading health information technology (HIT) experts to see what HIT trends they expect will matter the most in 2018. Here are the trends they foresee.
There is little argument that the EHR, and especially meaningful use of the EHR, are the main drivers of physician burnout and decreased productivity.
For practices without the resources to meet the billing requirements for chronic care management, outsourcing can obtain some of code’s clinical and financial benefits.
In the complicated healthcare system in the U.S., one thing remains clear: retaining the clinical talent needed to deliver high-quality patient care is essential.