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Health Costs Escalate For Americans With Employer-Based Insurance

The researches find that the Health costs for people with employee-sponsored health plans rose 18% over the past five years, outpacing inflation and wage increases, according to a new report by Kaiser Family Foundation. The findings reinforce a decade-long trend of rising employee health costs that is partly drive by rising deductibles. Over the past…

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Hospitals Into The Ground So Quickly Devastating Their Communities

The researches find that the The money was so good in the beginning, and it seemed it might gush forever, right through tiny country hospitals in Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and into the coffers of companies controlled by Jorge A. Perez, his family and business partners. It was his “secret sauce,” the rotund Miami entrepreneur would…

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Residency Bullying: Trainer On Trainee Harassment Common

Bullies sometimes wear white coats, and they may be in charge of educating the next generation of doctors. In a survey administered to a national cohort of internal medicine residents, 14% reported that they had been subjected to repeated harassment; by someone in a position of authority at some point during their residency, researchers report…

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Collaborative Care Reduces Health Care Costs And Improves Patient

The study find that the Lowering costs and improving patient outcomes are common goals for most health care providers. A new study from Creighton University School of Medicine and Center for Inter professional Practice, Education and Research, published Aug. 12 in the Annals of Family Medicine, yielded a reduction in health care costs in an…

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Family Members Of Violent Children With Severe Mental Illness

Research led by a University of Maine sociology professor explores how family members of children with severe mental illness and violent tendencies persevere through stressful situations. Therefore In a recently published study; Karyn Sporer looks at the importance of positivity, education and community; and examines strategies family members identify as being helpful when challenge by stressors…

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Medicare Patients Appeal Gap In Nursing Home Coverage

The researches find that the Medicare paid for Betty Gordon’s knee replacement surgery in March, but the 72-year-old former high school teacher needed a nursing home stay and care at home to recover. Yet Medicare wouldn’t pay for that. So Gordon is stuck with a $7,000 bill she not afford and, as if that are…

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Family Meals Are A Recipe For Healthy Eating In Kids

The study find that the Family meals are a recipe for healthy eating in kids, nutritionists say. “Research shows that families who regularly dine together are more likely to eat more fruits, vegetables and fiber and are less likely to eat fried foods,” said Kristen Gradney, a dietitian nutritionist and spokeswoman for the Academy of…

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Gender Discrimination In Healthcare Access’ For Women

The researches find that the “extensive gender discrimination” in access to healthcare, suggests a study of outpatient appointments at one major tertiary care hospital in Delhi, and published in the online journal BMJ Open. Therefore Younger (30 and below) and older (60 and above) women and those living furthest away from the hospital were most likely…

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Curriculum Designed To Educate Primary Care Providers

The researches find that the  a new core curriculum designed to educate primary care providers on the prevention, assessment and treatment of substance use disorders (SUD) throughout the continuum of care. The new 22-module core curriculum is create by Providers Clinical Support System; a program funded by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration…

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Pharmacy Services Increases Both Health Care And Profit

The researches  find that the health-care professions, pharmacists have both professional and business objectives. The majority of Canadian pharmacies are located in communities as opposed to in hospitals; selling retail products, like cosmetics and food; in addition to filling prescriptions. Despite their dual professional and business responsibilities; Canadian research suggests pharmacy managers demonstrate high levels…

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Clinic Closures Limit Access To Care Increase Medicare

The researches find that the University of Alabama at Birmingham and assistant scientist in the O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center, evaluated travel time to a cancer care site, known as a CCS, for Medicare beneficiaries age 65 years or older in the Southeast in a new study published by the Journal of Clinical Oncology. In this study; Rocque…