A chance review triggered by a billing question last year has led federal Medicaid officials to effectively disallow a decades-old funding arrangement under which Seattle's Childhaven and another state contractor provided taxpayer-subsidized child care and therapy for abused...
After two months of media shellacking, healthcare.gov website woes and a series of skeptical congressional grillings, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) was accentuating the positive, noting the jump in the number of...
Using rapid tests to diagnose influenza in the emergency department results in fewer unnecessary ancillary tests, fewer unnecessary antibiotic prescriptions, and greater use of antiviral drugs. The findings come from researchers in Utah and California who used data from...
A pooled, pediatric antibiogram can benefit clinicians in many ways, according to new research findings from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.
Acute myeloid leukemia is diagnosed in approximately 500 children annually in the United States, accounting for about 20 percent of childhood leukemia cases. Bone marrow transplantation is the best therapeutic option for pediatric patients...
Almost nobody remembers his or her life at two years old. Fleeting pictures may come to us in glimpses, but we are pretty much at the mercy of the stories of our loved ones to embrace our early chronology. It's because of this that a little boy named Miles Scott has never...
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