News in brief - July 24/31, 2006
News in brief - July 24/31, 2006
Medicaid citizenship rule eased, but access concerns persist
Doctors seek more help to get back in practice; refresher programs considered
Medicare Part D
“Pay-for-quality” pilot project gets high marks
Bill would crack down on dietary aids
Residencies get flexible
Contracts don't let hospitals refuse doctors, Georgia court rules
Physician income not rising as fast as other professional pay
States to get pain policy report cards
Supreme Court drops patent process case
News in brief - July 24/31, 2006
Doctor offers medals to patients with mettle
Insurers' group Web site describes consumer options
Handling the toxic employee
SBA-backed loans offer aid for cash-strapped doctors
Scrushy could see jail for bribery
Keeping IT at home
Building a better drug ad
Letters to the Editor - July 24/31, 2006
FDA pedigree rule targets fake drugs
Study questions value of certain asthma drugs
News in brief - July 24/31, 2006