In the Journals

Improvement in PTSD symptoms linked to lower risk for diabetes

August 21, 2019
Researchers reported that clinically meaningful improvement in PTSD symptoms compared with less than clinically meaningful or no improvement was…

Feature

One health system’s experience relevant to looming price transparency rule

August 21, 2019
The Trump administration’s ongoing effort to lower health care costs and increase transparency resumes later this summer when HHS is expected…

Wyanoke Group announces Healio rebranding

August 19, 2019
In an effort to improve the user experience for its health provider audiences, the Wyanoke Group is rebranding its live event, digital and publishing…

Feature

Analysts debate Senate drug pricing bill’s likelihood of making an impact

August 19, 2019
The Prescription Drug Pricing Reduction Act, introduced last month by Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and Ranking Member…

In the Journals

Intensive diabetes therapy increases hypoglycemia hospitalization rates

August 15, 2019
Use of intensive glucose-lowering agents to treat patients with diabetes and lower HbA1c may be leading to more instances of hypoglycemia that…

In the Journals

No improvements seen in diabetes care over a decade, socioeconomic disparities persist

August 12, 2019
Researchers found no significant improvements in diabetes care between 2005 and 2016, with gaps in care related to socioeconomic status persisting…

Meeting NewsPerspective

Through population health, diabetes educators can offer ‘care at scale’

August 10, 2019
HOUSTON — Population health provides a framework for diabetes care and education specialists to raise their value in optimizing care and…

In the Journals

Professional coaching intervention may reduce physician burnout

August 5, 2019
Professional coaching sessions reduced burnout and improved quality of life for practicing physicians, according to a study published in JAMA

In the Journals

Obamacare improves access to advanced practitioners

August 5, 2019
The proportion of appointments scheduled with nurse practitioners, physician assistants and similar advanced practitioners increased by more than 5%…

In the Journals

EMR ‘happy hour’ improves efficiency, efficacy

August 1, 2019
Hour-long monthly sessions where health care professionals shared best electronic medical record practices with their peers — dubbed by the…

Breaking News

Trump administration to allow Canadian drugs to be imported

July 31, 2019
Trump administration officials recently unveiled the Safe Importation Action Plan, a two-pronged historic approach that they said provides the…

In the Journals

Chemicals replacing BPA in plastics, cans increase childhood obesity risk

July 25, 2019
Children with greater levels of the endocrine-disrupting chemicals bisphenol S and bisphenol F in their urine are more likely to have obesity when…

AACE: Ethnocultural-specific approaches needed for diabetes treatment

July 24, 2019
To better care for people with diabetes of different ethnic and cultural backgrounds, health care providers must more effectively incorporate…

FDA NewsPerspective

FDA warns against use of Herbal Doctor Remedies’ medications

July 24, 2019
The FDA is warning consumers against the use of drugs manufactured by Herbal Doctor Remedies in Monterey Park, California, after a recent inspection…

Breaking News

Senators announce bipartisan plan to lower drug prices

July 23, 2019
Two lawmakers introduced legislation today that they said would lower the price of prescription drugs for Americans, according to a press release. …

In the Journals

Genetic origins of anorexia both psychiatric, metabolic

July 22, 2019
Results from a genome-wide association study published in Nature Genetics implicated metabo-psychiatric origins of anorexia nervosa, supporting the…

Recent in-depth features from Endocrine Today

July 19, 2019
Each month in its cover story, Endocrine Today offers comprehensive reporting on issues of interest to practicing endocrinologists, diabetes…

BLOG: Who called the code blue?

July 19, 2019
The patient in the ICU was feeling progressively short of breath. She later said she felt like she was drowning with fluid in her respiratory…

FDA offers tips on advising patients how to dispose of unneeded medications

July 18, 2019
Proper disposal of unused prescription medication remains a major public health priority for the FDA, particularly for prescription opioid pain

In the Journals

Hyperparathyroidism identification lacking, surgical solutions infrequently utilized

July 15, 2019
Roughly one-quarter of adults with features of primary hyperparathyroidism are actually diagnosed with the condition, and this may be part of the…