Parents of kids with SHCNs are less likely to be used full time and so are more likely to have Medicaid insurance, this article says. Related StoriesPediatricians send apart families who won’t vaccinate their childrenKey protein handles stem cell properties that could make them useful in regenerative medicineNew UCLA research looks at primary care medical home in reducing childrens' repeat appointments to hospitalsPeter C. Van Dyck, M.D., M.P.H., from the Maternal and Child Health Bureau, Health Assets and Services Administration, Rockville, Md., and colleagues designed a study to estimate the amount of kids with SHCNs in the United States and to evaluate how well their needs were being met.A CAQH study by IBM Global Business Providers issued earlier this year found that industry-wide execution of the CORE Phase I rules alone could yield $3 billion in healthcare savings. Widespread adoption of the Phase II guidelines and subsequent phases of CORE will result in sustained savings for stakeholders over the industry.
Wearing a white layer as a Costume is cheating. Here are 6 creative ideas for pharmacists still on the search for a costume: 1. Walter White as a pharmacist in the Esurance Super Bowl industrial. In the event that you dressed as the Breaking Poor character before but still have the yellow hazmat suit, reuse the costume then, carry some orange prescription vials, and toss on a nametag that says Sorta Greg.