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Don't Screen Average-risk Women for Ovarian Cancer
Don't Screen Average-risk Women for Ovarian Cancer
On July 18, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) released a draft recommendation statement and draft evidence review assessing the benefits and harms of screening ovarian cancer.
Panel Describes Population Health Collaboration That Works
Panel Describes Population Health Collaboration That Works
Physicians can counsel patients to make healthier decisions, but some things that affect their health are entirely outside an individual patient's control.
FPs Continue Move to New Payment Models, AAFP Survey Finds
FPs Continue Move to New Payment Models, AAFP Survey Finds
A growing number of family physicians are making the transition to value-based payment models despite some skepticism and obstacles, according to a recent survey(humananews.com) conducted by the AAFP.
Could Better Coping Skills Curb Rampant Drug Use?
Could Better Coping Skills Curb Rampant Drug Use?
The CDC recently published its�Annual Surveillance Report of Drug-related Risks and Outcomes,(www.cdc.gov)�and the statistics are as jarring as this music:
New CMS Strategy Aims to Benefit Small-town America
New CMS Strategy Aims to Benefit Small-town America
According to CMS estimates, nearly one in five people in the United States call a rural community home. And so it should come as no surprise that the agency recently announced a new rural health strategy aimed at ensuring that those 60 million individu...
Patients Trust Social Media, so Be Their Trusted Source
Patients Trust Social Media, so Be Their Trusted Source
Some people still don't grasp the utility of social media in the medical landscape. However, more than 2.5 billion people are using social platforms worldwide(www.statista.com), and the percentage of Americans using social media has increased from 24 p...