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Medical homes are a simple, compelling idea: Give primary-care doctors resources to reduce preventable medical crises for diabetics, asthmatics and others with chronic illness, and it will reduce hospital visits, improve lives and save money.
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The world was a very different place in 1976, when the Food and Drug Administration launched its medical device program.
Home health agencies contend that raising aides’ wages will put them out of business because clients can’t afford to pay higher rates.
Providing affordable services and high-quality technical inputs are some of the ways to prove value for money, a criterion that big donors look for in the programs their partners propose.
Incisional hernia repairs among men age 65 years and older rose 24.2 percent in the United States from 2001 to 2010, according to a study by researchers from RTI International and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Clean up your fowl habits: A new study in the Journal of Food Protection suggests that most people mishandle poultry, increasing their risk for infection with Salmonella and Campylobacter.
Quantifying the risk imposed by terrorism and the associated benefit of security policies is daunting and complicated.
In a large, national study of extremely premature infants, researchers found that death rates decreased from 2000 to 2011.