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Substituting nurses for doctors results in high quality care, few savings

...." The evidence, however, shows that nurses' lower salaries do not necessarily equate to lower overall costs. The ANA advocates for removing regulatory and legislative barriers to increased use of nurses as health care providers. The systematic review included 16 studies totaling more than 25,000 patients in ...

Costs of medical institutional review boards' greater than previously estimated

...he full costs, the researchers calculated costs of salaries of IRB members, time spent on various IRB-related activities, the costs of office space, equipment, supplies and travel, and the use of outside services to facilitate and complement the work of the IRB. Low-volume institutions (fewer than 350 new re...

Hopkins AIDS experts issue warning about global efforts to provide drug therapies

...ction committee members. Married people with high salaries were favored over singles, working men over stay-at-home moms, churchgoers over non-believers, and parents over children. The public outcry led Life magazine to feature on its cover a picture of a child rejected for treatment, prompting the committe...

Disclosure of physicians' financial incentives may increase trust, loyalty among their patients

... distributed to physicians as monthly or bimonthly salaries based on a number of factors. Patients at the two group practices were randomized and half were sent a disclosure letter. About eight to 12 weeks later, all the patients were mailed a survey that included questions about health status and demograph...

New research reveals Australians too busy for lunch

...do lunch. More than half the respondents on annual salaries of $60,000 or more said they were simply too busy. Only a handful of those surveyed blamed their lack of lunch on takeaways being too expensive, fattening or unavailable in their area. Nor were they worried about being perceived as slacking off at wo...

Strokes will cost US $2.2 trillion by 2050 if prevention & treatment don't improve

...ke survivors under age 65, based on current median salaries for each ethnic group. Earnings of those over 65 weren't included. What can Americans do to decrease this looming bill? No matter what their age or ethnicity, individuals can cut their own risk of a future stroke by quitting smoking, losing weight,...

Global Fund must fund salaries of health workers to deliver HIV, TB and malaria treatments

...obal Fund to Fight AIDS, TB, and Malaria: fund the salaries of health workers or else risk a situation in which medicines for these three diseases are made available in poor countries but there are no health professionals to deliver them. "Recent comments from the inside of the Global Fund," say Gorik Ooms ...

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