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  • If it bleeds, it's voyeurism Dr. Karen E. Chancellor nails the "ghouls" of the media sensationalizing in an effort to make news rather than report news (May 7 Viewpoint guest column, "Use common sense with medical reports"). The Davis example is but one.

  • A recent and brilliantly crafted editorial bemoaned shabby life underwriting time service. Consider what passes for "risk selection resources" and see the pathogenic mechanisms begetting untenable costs and egregious delays. A 21st-century rule of thumb should read: "if it costs more than $50 or takes more than seven days, dissect it with a vengeance!" Resources at hand make cost-efficient, time-sensitive underwriting one conscious and enlightened interlude from realization. For example, let teleinterviews triage risks before resorting to medical records. Prescriptions reports are way too fast and far too good to be denied a place in a screening portfolio. Some combination of readily accessible and thoroughly affordable blood tests will soon put the sword to treadmills and greatly dimin...

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  • ... UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SOUTHWESTERN MEDICALCENTER v. NASSAR CERTIORARI TO THE UNITED STATES COURT ... thepreliminary print of the United States Reports. Readers are requested tonotify the Reporter of ... 442, 452-453 (2008). InCBOCS, for example, the Court held that 42 U. S. ...

  • This major final rule with comment period addresses changes to the physician fee schedule, payments for Part B drugs, and other Medicare Part B payment policies to ensure that our payment systems are updated to reflect changes in medical practice and the relative value of services. It also implements provisions of the Affordable Care Act by establishing a face-to-face encounter as a condition of payment for certain durable medical equipment (DME) items. In addition, it implements statutory changes regarding the termination of non-random prepayment review. This final rule with comment period also includes a discussion in the Supplementary Information regarding various programs . (See the Table of Contents for a listing of the specific issues addressed in this final rule with comment peri...

    ... nonphysician health professionals (for example, registered nurses (RNs)), who were nominated by ... In both reports, the OIG recommended that we adjust the number of ...

  • ... bring drug samples as well as medical studiesthat explain the "details" and potential ...-identifying information andproduce reports on prescriber behavior. Data miners leasethese ... For example, prescriber-identifying information may be ...

  • A frequently overlooked problem with the current medical liability system is the vast number of medical errors that go uncompensated. Although studies indicate that 1% of hospital patients are victims of medical negligence, fewer than 2% of these injured patients file claims. In this Article, the author explains that many victims of medical malpractice do not file claims because they are unable to find attorneys willing to take their cases. She conducted the first national survey of attorneys to explore medical malpractice victims' access to the civil justice system. The results from the survey indicate that the economic reality of litigation forces many contingent fee attorneys to reject legitimate cases. To understand the extent of this access-to-justice problem, she uses private-indu...

    ...For example, the system aims to compel the surgeon who ...The American Bar Association reports that the cost of prosecuting a single case of ...

  • ... and are unlikelyto reveal any private medical information. Even if they could providesuch ... thepreliminary print of the United States Reports. Readers are requested tonotify the Reporter of ... in identity, the Court has approved, for example, "avisual inspection for certain tattoos and ...

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  • EVERETT (AP) -- A judge has ruled that most files in the divorce case of a lobbyist with close ties to Sen. Maria Cantwell, D-Wash., must be open to the public, and court officials said that could happen as early as Dec. 1. Under orders signed Tuesday in Snohomish County Superior Court, Judge Thomas J. Wynne directed that various financial, personal and medical information -- doctor reports and Social Security numbers, for example -- be removed from the 3,572-page file of Ron Dotzauer and his ex-wife, Angela Douglas, before the rest is unsealed.

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