Despite increasing numbers of organ donations and optimized organ recovery, the current supply is not sufficient to meet current and future organ needs.
Electronic health records may not correctly reflect review of systems and physical examination observations made by emergency physicians.
Healthcare costs in the United States are approaching 18% of the country’s GDP, a figure greater than any other nation in the world. However, according to a 2012 analysis, up to 34% of this spending could be categorized as waste.
Study results showed that although the percentage of women in internal medicine residency programs increased, the number of those pursuing in subspecialty fellowships decreased.
Researchers evaluated survey results to determine the prevalence and impact of perceived bullying during residency.
The Department of Homeland Security has expanded the criteria for determining if an individual is considered a public charge.
Although payment for enrolling in medical research is not likely to make participation involuntary or invalid, it may create a situation that is not in the best interests of the participant.
Substituting 12 single-enantiomer drugs with their racemic precursors had the potential to result in $16.6 billion of savings, with Medicare beneficiaries potentially saving $1.1 billion in out-of-pocket expense.