American Medical Association publishes its policy proposals to help ensure telehealth services are accessible and effective for everyone.
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Now that the Supreme Court has revoked Roe v. Wade, HHS must rework policies, programs, and procedures related to reproductive rights.
Legislation introduced last week would require the use of a more reliable representative sample to determine lab test reimbursement rates.
Two PCR assays and a PCR point-of-care solution from three different companies aim to help with diagnosing cases, tracking new variants.
A post-surgery liquid biopsy test capable of detecting ctDNA could eliminate the need for chemotherapy for some stage II cancer patients.
In this Labs in Court Weekly roundup, Molina allegedly submitted claims while not properly supervising and licensing mental health staff.
Mayo Clinic and Sheba Medical Center sign an agreement aiming to develop and release health technologies more quickly.
Research team’s prototype test is easier to use than current methods and can detect cancer markers within 4.5 hours.
A recently released preprint study shows that expanded telehealth coverage did not lead to an increase in volume for outpatient E&M services.
Researchers are actively developing PRTs for use in whole blood products to target bacteria and viruses, including SARS-CoV-2.
Position paper offers seven key recommendations for addressing inequities and disparities in access to quality health care in the US.