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Will Lowering the P-Value Improve Quality of Research Standards?

Will Lowering the P-Value Improve Quality of Research Standards?

Should the statistical significance of the P-value be lowered?

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Medical Societies Unite Against Merit-Based Incentive Payment System Adjustments

Medical Societies Unite Against Merit-Based Incentive Payment System Adjustments

Congress is being called by 11 medical societies to preserve patient access to Part B therapies by preventing the CMS from applying MIPS adjustments.

Essentia Health Fires Employees Who Refused to Receive Influenza Vaccination

Essentia Health Fires Employees Who Refused to Receive Influenza Vaccination

In Minnesota, about 50 health care employees have been fired for refusing to receive the influenza vaccination.

AHA Releases Concerns in Regard to Senate Tax Reform Bill

AHA Releases Concerns in Regard to Senate Tax Reform Bill

The AHA released a statement targeted at their concerns with the Republican tax reform bill.

Health Care Systems Address Provider Burnout, Accommodate Change Fatigue

Health Care Systems Address Provider Burnout, Accommodate Change Fatigue

Burnout among health care team members needs to be addressed with new solutions.

Part B Drugs CMS Rule Could Cut Payments for Some Specialists

Part B Drugs CMS Rule Could Cut Payments for Some Specialists

There could be significant payment adjustments for specialists who administer Part B durgs.

Burnout in Surgical Residents Associated With Depression, Stress, Suicidal Ideation

Burnout in Surgical Residents Associated With Depression, Stress, Suicidal Ideation

Surgical residents have higher levels of stress, depression and suicidal ideation which leads to higher risk of burnout.

Workplace Sexual Harassment a Continuing Occupational Health Problem

Workplace Sexual Harassment a Continuing Occupational Health Problem

Sexual harassment is a continuing problem in work environments.

Coffee Consumption Associated With Positive Health Outcomes

Coffee Consumption Associated With Positive Health Outcomes

Drinking coffee is associated with reduced risk for many health outcomes.

Health Care Personnel Work Despite Having Influenza Symptoms

Health Care Personnel Work Despite Having Influenza Symptoms

Many people who work in a health care profession continue to work, even when influenza like symptoms are present.

Patient Engagement Increased by Jointly-Produced Medical Note Process

Patient Engagement Increased by Jointly-Produced Medical Note Process

Health care professionals are in favor of OurNotes, which allows patients to co-produce medical notes with their clinicians.

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