Tag Archives: JAMA

Physician burnout taking center stage; what patients should know as burnout percentage soars.

The News: Nearly half of medical residents report burnout during their second year of residency, and 1 in 7 report regretting their career choice, according to a prospective study published online last… Read more »

Fancy this: Pharma gifts to docs still paying off–big time.

The News: Giving someone a box of donuts may seem like a harmless gesture, but for pharmaceutical companies it could boost sales. A new study of healthcare providers in the… Read more »

Regular Exercise Saves $2,500/Yr for People with Heart Disease; That’s Real Money for Most of Us.

Getting recommended levels of exercise weekly may help keep down annual medical costs both for people with and without cardiovascular disease, according to new research in Journal of the American Heart Association. Patients… Read more »

Price of Insulin Rose Nearly 200% Between 2002 and 2013

The cost of the hormone insulin, one of the most important treatments for diabetes, rose nearly 200% between 2002 and 2013, according to a new study. While other diabetes medications… Read more »