Allergy/Immunology

Top Story

BMJ: Trump’s policies risk ‘head-on collision’ with science, health care

February 23, 2017

A commentary recently published in The BMJ expressed the editors’ concerns with President Donald J. Trump’s policies, stating that the new administration’s pronouncements seem to lack “careful consideration” of the consequences for biomedical research and health care.

“We are particularly concerned that Trump’s administration is acting in ways that will suppress research and limit communication on scientific topics that it deems politically inconvenient,” Jose G. Merino, U.S. clinical research editor for BMJ, and colleagues wrote.

CMS awards $100 million to support small practices in Quality Payment Program

February 23, 2017
The CMS is working with 11 local, experienced, community based organizations to provide immediate hands-on training and educational resources about the Quality Payment…
In the Journals

Possible options for the future of health care

February 22, 2017
A perspective recently published in the New England Journal of Medicine provides some insight on what President Donald J. Trump can and cannot do, in light of his…
In the Journals

Achieving Trump’s health care promises would likely require single payer reform

February 20, 2017
President Donald J. Trump’s proposal to replace the Affordable Care Act with a health care law that achieves more coverage, better benefits and lower costs could…
In the Journals

Granular layer thickness differed in palmar psoriasis and hand eczema

February 20, 2017
There was a significant difference in thickness of the granular layer in patients with palmar psoriasis vs. those with hand eczema, according to study results recently…
More News Headlines »
Advertisement
Advertisement