News in brief - July 17, 2006
News in brief - July 17, 2006
Medicare takes AMA advice, proposes E&M pay boost
Goodbye to U
Senate weighs alternatives to medical liability system
MedPAC starts testing doctor efficiency
California doctors, hospitals battle Blues' new fee schedule
Study shows naps improve residents' alertness on call
Court opens door to permanent resident status
News in brief - July 17, 2006
California doctor who spoke against hospital wins lawsuit
Kidney transplant turns doctor into activist
New group's goal
Insuring Gen Y
Education reimbursement presents tricky tax issues
Tenet, feds reach settlement on Medicare billing issues
Rhode Island moves toward statewide health information network
Pistachio ranching
Medical staff autonomy a must
Letters to the Editor - July 17, 2006
Physicians can guide major changes ahead in health care
Easing the transition for cancer patients (ASCO annual meeting)
Last year's flu data offer insights for coming season
News in brief - July 17, 2006
Misconceptions can hamper smoking treatment efforts