News in brief - Sept. 6, 2004
Have a Medicare policy question? Carriers usually give wrong answers
California deal reaffirms medical staff autonomy
Ballot battle
States challenge FDA in fight over drug reimportation
Medicare drug benefits get cool reception
Public plea spurs new liver, and debate over technique
Physician-assisted suicide lives on
Doctors face disparities in care of blacks
News in brief - Sept. 6, 2004
Antitrust suit against the Match dismissed
MCAT wins first step in lawsuit
Early genetic testing puts more slip in slope
Premera Blues appeals for-profit conversion denial
Survival skills
OIG advisory on physician consultations
News in brief - Sept. 6, 2004
National Committee for Quality Assurance unveils connectivity standards for health plans
Letters to the Editor - Sept. 6, 2004
Antitrust reform
AMA an important corner of the triangle
Alphabet overload
Last year's flu vaccine was good, but not perfect
Father of bariatric surgery reflects on its past, present
News in brief - Sept. 6, 2004