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Showing 5 articles from August 6, 2018.

Clinical

Doctors Reckon With High Rate Of Suicide In Their Ranks
Doctors Reckon With High Rate Of Suicide In Their Ranks

For many in the profession, that day-in-day-out stress can lead to crippling depression

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Stanford's Chief Wellness Officer Aims To Prevent Physician Burnout
Stanford's Chief Wellness Officer Aims To Prevent Physician Burnout

The goal is to address the systemic problems in medicine -- long hours, a culture of blame, endless record-keeping

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Business/Technology

Medicaid Expansion Making Diabetes Meds More Accessible To Poor, Study Shows
Medicaid Expansion Making Diabetes Meds More Accessible To Poor, Study Shows

The Health Affairs study found a roughly 40 percent increase in the number of prescriptions filled for diabetes drugs in Medicaid programs of the 30 states that expanded eligibility in 2014 and 2015, compared with prior years

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Regulatory

To Tame Prescription Prices, HHS Dips A Toe Into Drug Importation Stream
To Tame Prescription Prices, HHS Dips A Toe Into Drug Importation Stream

Determined to explore more avenues to curb price hikes, the administration is signaling that it is willing to consider what the industry regards as something of a nuclear option to address a recalcitrant problem

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Podcasts

'What The Health?' Let's Talk Politics
'What The Health?' Let's Talk Politics

Unlike every election since 2010, this year finds the Democrats playing healthcare offense and the Republicans back on their heels

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