UnitedHealth said it would fight the allegation, and a spokesman said, "We are confident our company and our employees complied with the government's Medicare Advantage program rules, and we have been transparent with CMS about our approach."
Joshua Denny, senior study author and a biomedical informatics professor at Vanderbilt University, says the findings show that EHRs can be used to improve and advance the treatment, understanding, and prevention of disease.
Few hospitals or businesses want to talk publicly about overdoses occurring within their buildings' bathrooms, but it's a growing problem in the Boston area—and a small number of facilities are quietly working to respond more effectively to individuals who misuse drugs in restrooms, Martha Bebinger reports for NPR's "Shots."
A controversial book and a flashy infomercial alleging that plant proteins called lectins cause obesity and poor health prompted The Atlantic's James Hamblin to examine at the ethics of selling dubious health claims.
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