CVS Caremark launched the BCRP last March ways behavioral economics affect health care decisions and may better understand why some patients who are chronic disease study maintenance medications prescribed by their doctors to stop. Besides Keller, other leading behavioral economists participating on the BCRP George Loewenstein of Carnegie Mellon University and Kevin Volpp of the University of Pennsylvania Medical School and The Wharton School of Business.
Earlier this year, Examines increased use of Temporary Surgeons’The Wall Street Journal examined as as an exodus from the field of general surgery is creating a growing market for temporary surgeons-for-hire The. Number of general surgeons per capita 25 percent 25 percent in the past 25 years, according to a study earlier this year, published in the Archives of Surgery. The increasingly grueling schedules, shrinking payments and the temptation of more profitable surgical niches have attractive the field is less ., according to the Journal Moreover, it is now one of the few areas where the absolute number of surgeons is shrinking in fact, the Journal reported.Courtesy to can use the entire Kaiser Daily Health Policy Report indicate J.earch the archives and sign up for mail notification to emperors Daily Health policy coverage strongly supported imperial network. A free service from The Henry J. Releases. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.