Today, lawmakers return to Washington, D.C. with only 50 days remaining until election day on November 3. Aside from engaging in a heavy dose of election-year politics, members of Congress should be busy trying to pass two major pieces of legislation in the coming weeks.Explore more
PCR is the most widely used diagnostic to test coronavirus providing a simple yes-no answer to the question of whether a patient is infected.Explore more
As the COVID-19 crisis continues, the pressure is on for orthopedic practices to become incredibly nimble at running their businesses. Practices must manage finances in an unpredictable environment and adapt how they operate.Explore more
With our recent blogs on August 3 and August 17 focused on innovative care models, it seems appropriate to pause and review the historical context that served as the foundation for many current innovative efforts. While the focus of today’s article is primary care, many of the learnings have broad applicability.
The pandemic has brought testing to the forefront of healthcare issues. As we hear and see all of the media buzz about the accuracy, reliability, validity, and timeliness of tests for coronavirus, a review of the epidemiological concepts that underlie these discussions can shed some light on the best clinical approach to testing.Explore more