Following a remarkable series of overnight votes and debates, the House Ways and Means Committee early Thursday morning advanced legislation to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act—while as of 1 p.m. ET, debate continued in the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Most U.S. patients have seen a physician who received payments from drug or medical device makers, but few patients are aware that the doctor received such payments, according to a study published Monday in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.
There is not enough evidence to say for certain whether healthy women need routine pelvic exams, according to new recommendations published in JAMA by the influential U.S. Preventive Services Task Force.
In an exclusive interview for the Daily Briefing, Advisory Board CNO Carol Boston-Fleischhauer spoke with Vidant Medical Center CNO Linda Hofler about how she sold her C-suite on investing nurse retention, helped nurse managers refocus on actually managing, cut new RN turnover in half, and improved the bottom line while ensuring quality and safety.
When compared to their male peers, women in medicine are underrepresented in grand rounds and tend to be perceived as less experienced after completing an ED residency, according to a pair of new studies published Monday in JAMA Internal Medicine.