High Costs Associated With Physician Burnout in U.S.
Nationally, about $ 4.6 billion in costs are related to physician turnover, reduced clinical hours
Social, behavioral factors account for greater portion of premature mortality than does health care
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RAND researchers recommend private insurers move toward fixed - price arrangements
Statement by Anthony S. Fauci, M.D., Director, National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, and Maureen M. Goodenow, Ph.D., NIH Associate Director for AIDS Research and Director, Office of AIDS Research
While coexistence of neuromeningeal cryptococcosis and Kaposi's sarcoma is not unusual in HIV infection with a low CD4 count, this case demonstrates that it can occur even with a high CD4 count.Journal of Medical Case Reports
For the past few months, NIGMS has been reviewing its HIV/AIDS grant portfolio. As the HIV/AIDS field has matured and the necessary research directions have become clearer, the HIV/AIDS-related grants we’ve supported have, appropriately, become more narrowly focused. Because of this, and after close consultation with leadership at the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID), we’ve concluded that it’s in the best interest of the research to transition NIGMS’ HIV/AIDS portfolio to NIAID to allow improved scientific coordination, prioritization, and efficiency of management. ...
How might improvements along the HIV continuum, especially scaling up HIV preexposure prophylaxis, reduce racial disparities in HIV incidence?American Journal of Epidemiology
We describe a 57-year-old male with human immunodeficiency virus who presented to us with chronic diarrhea. He had no history of allergies and had significant weight loss, normal systemic examination, and a complete blood count showing no eosinophilia. After an esophagogastroduodenoscopy, the diagnosis of EGE was made by histopathological findings. The symptoms started improving with the initiation of treatment with oral prednisolone.
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