American Medical News - Oct. 27, 2003 (vol. 46 no. 40)
GOVERNMENT & MEDICINE Go to section
Physician sues Massachusetts over prior authorization rule
Dreams for National Health Museum are taking shape
MedPAC mulls concept of bundling Medicare payments
PROFESSIONAL ISSUES Go to section
Fighting frivolous lawsuits: Doctors engage in an uphill battle
Hospital apologizes for complying with racial request
Pain specialists fear chilling effect after arrest
BUSINESS Go to section
Claims scene investigation: They're watching you
Evidence still out on disease management as cost saver
Blues to study its own "best practices"
Vermont clinic gets 3rd lease on life
Practice Management - Deck the office for a seasonal treat, but keep it tasteful
Quick View - Computer crime in health care field
OPINION Go to section
CDC takes "Get Smart" message to consumers: Antibiotics won't cure flu
Letters - Counseling is doctor's role, even if patient would rather not hear it and others
HEALTH & SCIENCE Go to section
FDA intensifies attack on fake drugs
Antibiotic use may help slow Alzheimer's
Doctors complete surgery despite hospital evacuation
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