Three-quarters of doctors surveyed say they consider out-of-pocket costs when making clinical decisions.
However, across medicine, pharmacy, and nursing, providers need more information.
Risk for cancer, mortality increased for patients with pediatric-onset ulcerative colitis, Crohn disease.
Higher-risk patients may now be eligible for nipple-sparing mastectomy.
For those diagnosed with lung cancer, CRC, higher CRF tied to lower risk for subsequent death
Standardized incidence ratio highest for prostate cancer for men, nasopharynx cancer for women.
Model can improve monitoring of patients with asymptomatic Waldenström macroglobulinemia.
Antihormone treatment also recommended in conjunction with radiotherapy.
Agency considering new patient warnings and checklists for the implants.
Across 48 states and D.C., total episode reimbursement varied from $2,945 to $15,218
Survival benefit seen for radiotherapy after ABVD regimen, but difference not statistically significant.
After enactment of N.J. law mandating reporting of staffing info, patients per RN fell for 10 specialties.
Two-year and three-year biochemical progression-free survival rate of 100 percent for low-risk disease.
Small decline seen in costs in first 12 months of care with personalized treatment based on recurrence scores
Mean objective and subjective knowledge improved; higher decisional certainty seen with film.