Many drugs granted approval under FDA's accelerated approval pathway lack sufficient, post-approval evidence demonstrating their efficacy and safety—and this lack of rigorous data is also true for many modifications for high-risk medical devices, according to a pair of new studies in JAMA.
The Atlantic County Justice Facility has teamed up with the John Brooks Center to provide inmates who have substance use disorders with methadone treatment, in today's bite-sized hospital and health industry news from Massachusetts, Missouri, and New Jersey.
U.S. hospitals are still using an obsolete test for diagnosing heart attack—and they could improve patient care while saving millions of dollars in health care spending by eliminating it, according to a paper published last week in JAMA Internal Medicine.
Doctors say they routinely face racism and bigotry while caring for patients, and after the white supremacist protest in Charlottesville, Virginia, many are speaking out about their experiences—including one physician whose "chilling" tweet thread went viral last week.
Print All Daily Briefing Article from
Have a Question?
Ask our experts a question on any topic in health care by visiting our member portal, AskAdvisory.