News in brief - April 9, 2012
Can a specialty practice be a patient-centered medical home?
Resistance builds to managed care for dual eligibles
5 mistakes doctors make when borrowing money
DEA hikes registration fees for controlled substance prescriptions
FTC, in turnabout, takes a closer look at hospital mergers
The Supreme Court's other business
News in brief - April 9, 2012
CMS backlog shortchanges doctors on e-prescribing exemptions
Few doctors downloading Medicare resource use reports
Oklahoma judge rules pre-abortion sonogram law unconstitutional
News in brief - April 9, 2012
Melanoma rates keep rising, especially among young women
News in brief - April 9, 2012
Data bank information needs careful interpretation
California, Vermont consider tougher vaccine-exemption rules
Most communities unprepared for disasters