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So young and so many pills
These days, the medicine cabinet is truly a family affair. More than a quarter of U.S. kids and teens are taking a...
Health plans for high-risk patients attracting fewer, costing more than expected
An early feature of the new healthcare law that allows people who are already sick to get insurance to cover their...
South Carolina to cover obesity surgery next year
Obese government workers in South Carolina can get stomach-shrinking surgery through the state health plan under a...
Harvard Pilgrim seeks ’global payments’
Harvard Pilgrim Health Care will move towards “global payment” contracts with hospitals and doctors, CEO...
The do-it-yourself house call
  Technology that aims to keep congestive heart failure patients out of the hospital is gaining traction. The...
New iPhone phone apps aim to boost health
Some entrepreneurs hope to add to the iPhone's more practical uses, enabling it to monitor health and prevent disease...
Magazine: Future Tense: Wearable Health Monitoring Sensor
Future Tense: Wearable Health Monitoring Sensor
Web Exclusive: Scripps Health Brings Heart Patients Personalized Medicine With Genetic Test
Scripps Health is saying it is the first U.S. hospital network to bring its heart care into the world of genetic...
Web Exclusive: The Link Between Genetic Medicine and IT
The benefits of genetic and molecular medicine are so many, says outgoing HHS Secretary Michael Leavitt, that...
Gene-testing startup's study responds to critics
Navigenics Inc., a gene-testing startup, is responding to criticism that the tests could spur bad healthcare choices by...

Book: Competency Evaluation Tools for Case Management Professionals, Second Edition
This second edition of a best-selling toolkit helps organizations evaluate case management professionals based on their...