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Few U.S. Patients with Hepatitis C Get Timely Treatment, CDC Says
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), over 95% of patients with... Read More »
70 Deaths, Many Wasted Organs Are Blamed on Transplant System Errors
A report from the U.S. Senate Finance Committee found that mistakes in transplant organ... Read More »
HHS, DOJ Issue Guidance to Eliminate Telehealth Discrimination
New guidance issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the U.S. Department... Read More »
Effect of a Comprehensive Telehealth Intervention vs Telemonitoring and Care Coordination in Patients With Persistently Poor Type 2 Diabetes Control
A Duke University-led study assessed the clinical value of a comprehensive telehealth... Read More »
W.H.O. Declares Monkeypox Spread a Global Health Emergency
As World Health Organization (WHO) advisers reached a stalemate, Director-General Tedros Adhanom... Read More »
California Court Rules Hospital 'Not Liable' for Doctor It Doesn't Employ
The California Court of Appeal for the Fifth District recently ruled that a hospital can be held... Read More »
Special Fraud Alert: OIG Alerts Practitioners to Exercise Caution When Entering Into Arrangements with Purported Telemedicine Companies
The Department of Health and Human Services Office of Inspector General (OIG) issued a special... Read More »
Trends in Adverse Event Rates in Hospitalized Patients, 2010-2019
Data from the Medicare Patient Safety Monitoring System show a downward pattern in... Read More »
Pandemic Fueled Surge in Superbug Infections and Deaths, CDC Says
Hospital "superbug" infections, which declined almost 30% during 2012–2017, made... Read More »