A JAMA article suggests that published trial results may not be giving us the full picture.
A survey of physicians reveals useful observations.
The Integrated Healthcare Association has released its latest report on California’s physician pay for performance system.
A new Health Affairs article suggests a different method to measure cost savings from disease prevention and management efforts.
Research indicates that laparoscopic nerve ablation for chronic pelvic pain is ineffective.
Coronary calcium screening provides an interesting example of the potential benefits, costs and uncertainties surrounding various disease screening opportunities.
Group Health in Washington State has released a study evaluating its medical home pilot.
Patients are increasingly involved in the management of their own health.
Complete Genomics has raised $45 million in a Series D funding round.
There are excellent hypertension treatments available but many Americans don’t know they have the condition and aren’t being treated.