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Value Meal Would Lower Drug Costs

...es, however, such as the Federal government, other payers or advocacy groups. Ratain and Cohen are currently conducting such a study, a phase I trial of the combination of oral sirolimus (rapamycin) taken with grapefruit juice, which contains substances that delay the breakdown of many drugs. Dozens, pe...

Interactions Between Food and Drugs Could Lower Drug Costs

...es, however, such as the Federal government, other payers or advocacy groups. Ratain and Cohen are currently conducting such a study, a phase I trial of the combination of oral sirolimus (rapamycin) taken with grapefruit juice, which contains substances that delay the breakdown of many drugs. Dozens, p...

Aerobics Turn Enlarged Heart into a Trimmer, More Efficient Organ

...their life and reduces hospitalizations, insurance payers are likely to support this as an important addition to an increasingly potent array of treatments for heart failure," Dr. Rubin said. The study is published in the June 19, 2007, issue of the Journal of the American College of Cardiology (JACC)....

HL7 Announces Industry’s First Electronic Health Record System (EHR-S

...anizations to certify EHR software; and healthcare payers as part of their criteria for pay-for-performance and other incentives. Medical Settings where Children Are Treated to Benefit from EHR Standards One-third of the U.S. population is children, and more than half of those children visit clinician...

Generic Drug Utilization On The Rise

...dispensing has increased among private third-party payers growing by 9 percent over the past year - from 48.4 percent in 2005 to 52.6 percent in 2006. The most recent CMS data demonstrate that generic use among those enrolled in the Medicare drug benefit is 13 percent higher than the private third-party de...

Psychological Treatments Improve Outcomes for Back Pain Sufferers

... health care system administrators and third-party payers to try to engage them in a more productive dialogue about the importance of these interventions,” he said. “We continue to have a huge, very costly problem in our society, but we have an intervention that is effective, and we need to do a better job ...

Insurance Data Show High Costs of Persistent Asthma

...n expensive chronic condition for both third-party payers and employers," Dr. Colice and colleagues conclude. Direct medical costs are substantially higher than for employees and dependents without asthma. Since factors such as reduced productivity weren't included, the study probably underestimates the tru...

The Government’s Balancing Act on Reservatio

...am feels raising this amount is not a problem, tax payers have a hunch that they will be asked to play Santa Claus all over again in the form of new cess. (Edited from Source: Subhashis Mittra, Special Correspondent, PTI )...

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