Lead Editor: Lisa Gough
SmartBrief publishes more than 40 e-newsletters in health care, serving medical professionals such as family physicians, specialists and nurses, and exploring diverse topics such as medical devices, pharmaceuticals, insurance and health IT.
While forecasters a decade ago warned of large shortages of registered nurses, the nursing workforce has in fact grown to 2.7 million in 2012 -- 500,000 more than previously projected. Now, a new stud Read More
- New York Times (tiered subscription model), The
Medicare Part D has reduced out-of-pocket costs and boosted adherence in America's senior population, but high drug prices and the recession have eroded some gains, University of Massachusetts and Har Read More
- Food Poisoning Bulletin
In New York, 29 cases of cyclospora infection have been reported since June, and a dozen other states have reported close to 300 cases. While the infection is usually linked to a parasite found on im Read More
- U.S. News & World Report
Nutrition experts recommend eating foods in a rainbow of colors to have a healthy diet. Registered dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick writes that some of the best choices per color are strawberries for red Read More
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