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Image: Opinion | To End The Opioid Crisis, Doctors Must Acknowledge We Helped Create It Image: Opinion | To End The Opioid Crisis, Doctors Must Acknowledge We Helped Create It
Opinion | To End The Opioid Crisis, Doctors Must Acknowledge We Helped Create It

HuffPost - The answer to treating addiction must be more than just 15 minutes and a prescription.

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Image: U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown Image: U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown
U.S. charges hundreds in healthcare fraud, opioid crackdown

U.S. - The U.S. Justice Department on Thursday announced charges against 601 people including doctors for taking part in healthcare frauds that resulted in over $2 billion in losses and contributed to the nation's opioid epidemic in some cases.

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Image: How Google, Microsoft, Apple Are Impacting EHR Use in Healthcare Image: How Google, Microsoft, Apple Are Impacting EHR Use in Healthcare
How Google, Microsoft, Apple Are Impacting EHR Use in Healthcare

EHRIntelligence - A Kalorama report highlights key ways in which Google, Apple, Microsoft, and Amazon are impacting EHR use and other aspects of healthcare.

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Hospitals Address Widespread Doctor Burnout

WSJ - To address an epidemic of physician stress that some say puts patients at risk of medical errors, hospitals are making changes.

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STAT
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Trump administration shuttering practice-guidelines clearinghouse for docs

STAT - "Killing these resources to save a few hundred thousand dollars per year is a penny-wise, pound-foolish decision, and your health and mine will be poorer for it," said a critic of the decision to shut down the government guidelines repository.

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The New Yorker
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Is Health Care a Right?

The New Yorker - It’s a question that divides Americans, including those from my home town. But it’s possible to find common ground.

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Image: Opinion | If Addiction Is a Disease, Why Is Relapsing a Crime? Image: Opinion | If Addiction Is a Disease, Why Is Relapsing a Crime?
Opinion | If Addiction Is a Disease, Why Is Relapsing a Crime?

nytimes.com - A case before the Massachusetts high court could mark a positive step toward rethinking addiction in the nation’s criminal justice system.

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The Burnout Crisis in American Medicine

The Atlantic - Are electronic medical records and demanding regulations contributing to a historic doctor shortage?

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Image: Despite Attacks on Obamacare, the Uninsured Rate Held Steady Last Year Image: Despite Attacks on Obamacare, the Uninsured Rate Held Steady Last Year
Despite Attacks on Obamacare, the Uninsured Rate Held Steady Last Year

nytimes.com - The numbers suggest a surprising resilience of the health law.

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Image: Medical Mystery: Something Happened to U.S. Health Spending After 1980 Image: Medical Mystery: Something Happened to U.S. Health Spending After 1980
Medical Mystery: Something Happened to U.S. Health Spending After 1980

nytimes.com - The spending began soaring beyond that of other advanced nations, but without the same benefits in life expectancy.

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