Most Recent Articles by Lauren Grygotis
Hospitals that have been under financial incentives for more than a decade vs less than 3 years do not have lower patient mortality rates.
Individual formulation-based CBT with usual treatment is more effective than usual treatment alone for improving core symptoms in ADHD.
Congress is being called by 11 medical societies to preserve patient access to Part B therapies by preventing the CMS from applying MIPS adjustments.
The AHA released a statement targeted at their concerns with the Republican tax reform bill.
In women with PsA, there is a higher prevalence of ADHD and depression.
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