Thursday 28 July 2005 - 8am PSTThe Clinton Structure this week revealed it has actually gotten to an agreement with Chinese pharmaceutical firm . for the firm to supply discounted chemical ingredients to generic medication suppliers so they can produce antiretroviral medications to be distributed in Africa and Indiathe Wall surface Street Diary records. The contract needs Mchem to offer energetic pharmaceutical ingredients to generic medication firms Aspen Pharmacare of South Africa and Cipla, Hetero Drugs,...
Thursday 28 July 2005 - 9am PSTDelaware-based biotechnology company . Incyte on Monday said its antiretroviral drug Reverset created better-than-expected results in a Phase II professional test among patients who were not reacting to their present therapy, Dow Jones Newswires/Wall Street Journal records. The six-month research study involving 199 treatment-experienced patients analyzed three different dosage degrees-- FIFTY milligrams, 100 milligrams and 200 milligrams-- of the once-daily prescription medic...
Thursday 28 July 2005 - 9am PST."A Microchip CD4 Counting Technique for HIV Tracking in Re," PLoS Healthcare: William Rodriguez of Harvard University and coworkers review the development of a prototype tract that utilizes a straightforward, quick and economical Technique for counting CD4 cells (Rodriguez et al., PLoS Healthcare, 7/19). Zvi Bentwich, a professor of Healthcare at Hebrew University Medical College in Israel, in a going along with "Point of views" item checks out the expediency of CD4 dimension...
Thursday 28 July 2005 - 10am PSTCongress should launch an investigation to "clea [n] up the mess" and bring back the credibility of "as a leader in essential research," an editorial states (St. Petersburg Times, 7/26). An internal, nonpublic NIH report composed in August 2004 and lately acquired by the Associated Press states that the Department of AIDS is "a struggling company," that its supervisors "invest unbelievable quantities of time feuding" and involving in various other actions damaging to the agen...
Thursday 28 July 2005 - 11am PSTAfter records that California's current HIV reporting device "could be preventing the state's efforts" to eliminate HIV/AIDS, state legislators need to function with health and wellness authorities to "quickly execute" a brand-new reporting device that is "confidential yet likewise practical," a. Long Beach Press-Telegram content says (Long Beach Press-Telegram, 7/25). California 3 years back began stating HIV situations to the federal government using alphanumeric codes that...
Thursday 28 July 2005 - 12pm PSTThousands of papers Supreme Court nominee Judge John Roberts kept in his data from 1981 to 1982 that were released on Tuesday by the . National Archives and Records Administration include numerous Roe v. Wade-- the 1973 Supreme Court situation that overruled state abortion bans-- however do not reveal his personal sights on abortion civil liberties, records (Locy/Johnson, UNITED STATE Today, 7/27). In one abortion-related reference, Roberts kept in mind that the majority of p...
Thursday 28 July 2005 - 1pm PSTThe Associated Press on Tuesday checked out maternity leave in the US, which is one of just 2 industrialized countries worldwide that do not require employers to offer paid maternity leave. Baseding on a Harvard College research study conducted in 2013, just about 5 of the 168 countries researched supplied some form of paid maternity leave, the AP/Yahoo! News records. Although the Family and Medical Leave Act calls for, such as the birth of a kid, the legislation applies just ...
Thursday 28 July 2005 - 12am PSTOfficials from Illinois Gov Rod Blagojevich's (D) management on Monday throughout a legislative committee hearing in Washington, DC, shielded his emergency rule needing drug stores in the state to approve and fill prescribeds for contraceptives "immediately," the . AP/Belleville News-Democrat records (Conrad, AP/Belleville News-Democrat, 7/25). Under the rule-- which went into effect on April 1 and expires after 150 days-- a pharmacy or drugstore need to make arrangements to ...
Emergency MedicineMarch 17, 2014 Robert Glatter, MD: Hi. I am Dr. Robert Glatter, editorial board member ofEmergency Medicine. Welcome to AAEM 2014 (the American Academy of Emergency Medicine Annual Scientific Assembly) in New York City. With me today is Dr. David Schwartz, Professor of Emergency Medicine at New York University School of Medicine. Dr. Schwartz also is a specialist in diagnostic imaging and emergency radiology. Today, we are discussing the use of CT in the emergency department (ED), and spe...
Medscape Business of Medicine Business of MedicinePhysicians Are Talking: Medicare Payments Go PublicProviders Express Anger, Concern Over the Release of Payment DataApril 09, 2014Providers Express Anger, ConcernIt is not surprising that publicizing Medicare provider earnings has been met with disdainthe organizations that represent"What other profession has the government dictating what we get paid, and then goes further to have individual reimbursement made public?" asked one internal medicine physician. "This is an infringement on o...
Medscape Business of Medicine Business of MedicinePhysicians Are Talking: Medicare Payments Go PublicProviders Express Anger, Concern Over the Release of Payment DataApril 09, 2014Publicizing Low Reimbursements: An Opportunity for ProvidersA review of the payment data also reveals how low Medicare reimbursements can be. For example, an emergency medicine doctor billed Medicare $77 for frontal and lateral radiologic examination of the chest on 13 patients in 2012, but the Medicare reimbursement was just $9 per patient. In another case, ...
Business of MedicineProviders Express Anger, Concern Over the Release of Payment DataApril 09, 2014CMS Releases Provider Medicare PayThe Obama administration has made good on its promise to make public how much physicians, nurses, and technicians earn from Medicare. The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) has disclosed on its Website the most recent data available on Medicare payments. The data include the 2012 charges and paid amounts to 880,000 medical providers. The providers submitted a ...
Medical News > Conference NewsApril 10, 2014Physicians have a right and responsibility to discuss gun violence with their patients, according to a new position paper from the American College of Physicians (ACP). "Patients have long trusted their physicians to advise them on issues that affect their health," ACP president Molly Cooke, MD, FACP, said in a statement. "Physicians can play a critical role in educating the public on the risks of firearm ownership and the need for firearm safety through their en...