Enrollment period for coverage in 2014 ends March 31 for most Americans.
Proposal met heavy resistance from patient groups.
Nearly all clinical trials have at least one discrepancy in cohort, intervention, or results.
Seven of nine patients reported 30 to 40 percent decrease in opioid use and baseline pain.
Geographic factors, professional determinations, and state labor laws all factor into discussions.
Secret salaries decrease employees' perception that performance increase is tied to pay increase.
Initiatives focus on underserved populations, workforce diversity, and population health.
Unlike female physicians, most men's spouses or domestic partners were not employed full-time.
Report on second child raises hope that early, aggressive tx may be game changer for these infants.
In 2012 to 2013, increases for specialists were smaller than for primary care docs.
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