The National Health Service Corps will receive $100 million to help tackle the U.S. health care worker shortage.
Investigators assessed the relationship between passive smoking in children and adults with adult risk for fatty liver.
Former US Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Robert Califf is under strong consideration by the White House to once again lead the agency.
Investigators assessed sex preferences for endoscopists and endoscopy team members across patients of different ages and geographic areas.
Discharge from the hospital is associated with an acute increase in the risk for opioid-related deaths in England.
A single-session, nurse-led clinic staff education program on medication adherence leads to increased knowledge and practice changes at a FQHC.
The utility of urine drug tests for identifying potential opioid prescription misuse was examined in this study.
Despite a 44.4 percent decrease in opioid prescribing nationwide in the past decade, there has been an increase in drug-related overdoses and deaths.
Authors assessed the safety and efficacy of current methods for managing abdominal pain in patients with ulcerative colitis.
Based on a mathematical model, investigators evaluated improvements to the care cascade for people with hepatitis C virus who inject drugs.
By notifying pharmacy staff about discontinued prescriptions, providers and staff at health systems may contribute to medication safety.
The American Gastroenterological Association offered strategies for clinical practice, future research, and policy agenda for the treatment of patients with NAFLD and NASH.
Researchers aimed to assess the economic burden of colorectal cancer across Europe.
Most parents want to discuss the costs of their child’s acute hospitalization.
Robotic gastrectomy does not reduce intra-abdominal infectious complications compared with laparoscopic gastrectomy for gastric cancer.
Overall opioid overdoses and opioid-involved deaths continue to increase.
An estimated 15.5 million U.S. adults younger than 65 years went without medication due to high drug costs.
Patients frequently do administrative tasks that can create burdens resulting in delayed or foregone care.
Panel experts investigated the challenges associated with metabolic dysfunction-associated fatty liver disease and associated metabolic diseases, while offering perspectives on improving patient care.
Smaller packages of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine that could be available this fall might improve vaccine access and reduce the number of wasted doses, government documents show.