Advances in prostate cancer screening, management and therapeutics have vastly improved patient care.
Interview with David F. Penson, MD.
Daniel Canter, M.D., discusses narrow-band imaging (NBI) for visualization of bladder cancer.
Dr. Moe spoke about the importance of nephrology research and how a prize competition can facilitate the process.
Renal Nutrition Update
Researchers find no evidence that increasing calcium intake will prevent fractures.
Smaller portions could lower risk of heart disease, diabetes, even in low-risk people.
Recommendation made in light of overreliance on herbicide glyphosate, a probable human carcinogen.
To be a good manager, many physicians need to learn how to be humble, a better communicator, and a good listener.
Shortage of minority physicians may affect U.S. patient care, experts say.
Recommendations include keeping a gratitude journal, enlisting peer support, learning new things.
Legal Issues in Medicine
Physicians can now prescribe life-ending drugs to terminally ill patients.
Half of legal actions result from non-physician performing the procedure.
Panel urges changes to an increasingly complex health care system.
Simple fixes can help practices meet the 'minimum necessary' standard under HIPAA.
Experts recommend keeping certain policies on file.
After the assessment is over, it's time to move forward to mitigate issues and fill gaps where breaches could occur.
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