Breast cancer screening with digital breast tomosynthesis, also known as "3D mammography," resulted in a 6.7% lower chance of a false positive result than standard digital mammography—however, half of women will still experience a false positive result over a decade of annual screening, according to a new study published Friday in JAMA Network Open.
As the war in Ukraine continues, health experts worry the conflict will spark new epidemics of infectious diseases, including Covid-19, and hinder necessary treatments for chronic conditions—potentially leading to a "public health disaster" with consequences for years to come.
Health care spending in the United States is projected to have grown 4.2% in 2021, down from 9.7% growth in 2020, and health care prices are expected to rise 3.6% in 2022, according to a recent report from CMS' Office of the Actuary, published in Health Affairs.
Most physicians have embraced telehealth during the pandemic and expect to continue using it going forward, according to a new survey from the American Medical Association—although many note that significant barriers to use remain for both patients and providers.
The physician landscape is constantly changing, and now there are more partners than ever before. Radio Advisory's Rachel Woods sits down with Advisory Board's Eliza Dailey to talk about the changing physician landscape, what physicians want from their partnerships, and how to make a partnership successful.