Differences in GP access across England ‘shocking’
By Nick Triggle Health correspondent
19 January 2019
The variation in the availability of GPs in different parts of England is shocking, doctors’ leaders say.
A BBC analysis has found close to a threefold difference between the areas with the most and fewest doctors.
As Nursing Homes Evict Patients, States Question Motives
May 26, 2017
Maryland is now suing NMS for Medicaid fraud. The suit alleges that the company charged the state for services it didn’t deliver, specifically for discharge planning. Nursing homes are supposed to make sure a resident has a safe place to go. But Frosh says that NMS sent residents with complex medical needs to homeless shelters or to unlicensed board-and-care facilities.
Brian Goldman: Doctors make mistakes. Can we talk about that?
When human beings run the system …
Influence of insurance status on survival of adults with glioblastoma multiforme: A population-based study
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Cancer. 8 August 2016
Insurance status and disparities in disease presentation, treatment, and outcomes for men with germ cell tumors
Sarah C. Markt ScD, et al.
Cancer. 8 August 2016
Nurses Say Stress Interferes With Caring For Their Patients
April 15, 2016
a 2007 study in the American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine found that 24 percent of ICU nurses and 14 percent of general nurses tested positive for symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder.
Nursing has long been considered one of the most stressful professions, according to a review of research by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in 2012. Nurses and researchers say it comes down to organizational problems in hospitals worldwide. That includes cuts in staffing …
Alleviating Job Stress in Nurses
Rashaun Roberts, PhD; Paula L. Grubb, PhD; James W. Grosch, MBA, PhD
June 25, 2012
Why Most People Don’t Shop Around For Medical Procedures
October 09, 2015
We shop around when we get a plane ticket or buy a couch. But we spend thousands of dollars on health care without comparing prices. What happens when you pay patients to choose the cheaper option?