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Showing 5 articles from April 19, 2018.

Clinical

AMA Sees Progress in Declining Opioid Prescriptions, Urges Continued Focus on Evidence-Based Treatment
AMA Sees Progress in Declining Opioid Prescriptions, Urges Continued Focus on Evidence-Based Treatment

Twenty-two percent decline in opioid prescriptions over four years announced by IQVIA

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Drug Test Spurs Frank Talk Between Hypertension Patients And Doctors
Drug Test Spurs Frank Talk Between Hypertension Patients And Doctors

A drug test is now available that can flag whether a patient is actually taking the prescribed medication

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New Medicare Perk For Diabetes Prevention Stumbles At Rollout
New Medicare Perk For Diabetes Prevention Stumbles At Rollout

The rollout of the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program, a major new benefit that could help millions of people, is getting off to a rocky start, according to interviews with nearly a dozen experts

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Regulatory

Congress Urged To Cut Medicare Payments To Many Stand-Alone ERs
Congress Urged To Cut Medicare Payments To Many Stand-Alone ERs

Jacksonville included in 5 city study

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Nation's Top Doc Wants The Overdose Antidote Widely On Hand. Is That Feasible?
Nation's Top Doc Wants The Overdose Antidote Widely On Hand. Is That Feasible?

Others caution that his have-naloxone-will-carry recommendation is at best limited in what it can achieve, in part because the drug is relatively expensive

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