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Hospital Interns Spend Only 13.4 Percent of Time in Patient Rooms

Real-time locating systems may be used to improve the training experience, authors say

Half of Hospitals Have Implemented No Price Transparency

Only 5.7 percent of hospitals meet both requirements -- a machine-readable file for required price types and an accessible display for at least 300 shoppable items

Food Allergy Tied to Lower Risk for SARS-CoV-2 Infection

Asthma does not raise risk for infection or household transmission

New Drug Launch Prices Increasing Exponentially Each Year

Findings among newly marketed brand-name prescription drugs launched in 2008 to 2021

Actions Against Physician Licenses Due to Substance Use Down

However, despite declines from 2004 to 2020, substance use-related actions remain much higher than actions for physical, psychological impairment

Despite Improvements

Hispanic, Black Physicians Underrepresented in the United States

With sustained doubling of Hispanic and Black medical students, it would take 92 and 66 years to correct deficit of physicians

Breastfeeding Reduces Obesity Risk?

Longer Duration of Breastfeeding Tied to Lower Childhood Asthma Risk

Nonexclusive breastfeeding does not provide same level of protection as exclusive breastfeeding

Medical technology concept. Doctor working with mobile phone and stethoscope in modern office

AMA Survey Shows Lack of Progress on Prior Authorization Reforms

Results show little progress across all five reform areas outlined in 2018 consensus statement

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Survey IDs Challenges of Health Care Environmental Hygiene

50 of 51 health care facilities surveyed lacking in some or all of the five components of the WHO multimodal hand hygiene strategy

AAD: Dupilumab Beneficial in Adults With Prurigo Nodularis

FDA Approves First Treatment for Eosinophilic Esophagitis

The monoclonal antibody showed significantly reduced eosinophils in the esophagus and patient-reported symptoms scores