In this ethical discussion, prioritizing the expansion of organ procurement for transplantation over other more cost-effective medical interventions is called into question.
When results from large trials go unreported, a substantial volume of clinical evidence remains undisclosed.
Kaiser-Permanente Northern California recently integrated video telemedicine functionality into their healthcare delivery system.
Risks related to DTC testing include lack of understanding of the test by the consumer, incorrect test results, and erroneous interpretation of the results.
Dr Christine Lee discusses her work on how to capture the patient’s voice by using multiple data sources, such as unstructured FDA archival data and social media.
Sustained growth in health spending is expected to continue, with global spending projected to reach $10.6 trillion in 2030 and $15.0 trillion in 2050, but at a slower rate of growth in the majority of countries.
Although trackable and other nanotechnologies represent medical breakthroughs for treatment of many diseases, they could have unintended implications and thus their use must be carefully considered in the individual case.
Expanded Medicaid eligibility thresholds were associated with a reduction in substance use disorder-related deaths during the current US opioid epidemic.
Researchers recently performed a simulation study to determine how 3 levels of shared decision making can increase the chances of patients suing for adverse outcomes.