Will Wal-Mart's health cost crisis hit doctors?
AAFP offers double-credit CME to push evidence-based learning
Congress, states seek ways to curtail Medicaid spending
Medicare launches voluntary quality reporting system
News in brief - Nov. 14, 2005
Wisconsin makes another run at damage caps
New tort reform provisions facing attack in Georgia
Thinking outside the jury box
Demand for temporary physicians keeps growing, survey finds
HMO ordered not to withhold payments to podiatrists
New insurance options may lead patients to skip care
New stem cell methods seek to break ethical impasse
Med schools respond to plea for more students
CMA warns of “filing assistance” in WellPoint suit
News in brief - Nov. 14, 2005
Federal court rules peer review report can be reviewed
Should you wait for VistA? What will it mean for you?
Hedge funds being rolled out for smaller investors
Hospitals returning to hiring physicians
Scrushy faces new criminal charges of bribery, mail fraud
Judge orders breakup of hospital merger
Nevada doctors get free prescription software
Patients comfortable with doctor office technology
Rheumatologist's retirement plans
News in brief - Nov. 14, 2005
Patient safety
Letters to the Editor - Nov. 14, 2005
Food allergy label law to take effect
Hormonal cycles may alter course of asthma for women
News in brief - Nov. 14, 2005
FDA questions consumer use of antimicrobial soap
Research project examines link between obesity, cancer
Attention turns to drug development process