With a dearth of coders thanks to the ICD-10 transition, some practices find that training current staff is the best way to get good coders.
Health care reform, the patient-centered medical home, and the impact of environmental change on global health are just a few of the topics to be discussed at the Internal Medicine 2009 Medicine 2009 in Philadelphia this week.
CRN Asks International Trade Commission to Reject Amarin’s Omega-3 Complaint, Citing Legal Deficiencies, Harm to Public Interest
In two filings submitted to the International Trade Commission, CRN argued that Amarin was “financially motivated” to expand its near monopoly over a subset of omega-3 products; if successful, CRN says, Amarin’s complaint would make it much more difficult and costly for consumers to access those products.
The event, which will take place February 6-8 in Seattle, will cover important issues and controversies in the omega-3 market.
The study established that, not only does the combination of Compound Solutions’ TeaCrine theacrine and caffeine enhance theacrine’s potency, it is also safe, with heart rate and blood pressure unaffected by co-administration.
DolCas Biotech Receives FDA “No Objection” Letter following GRAS Review for BCM-95 Curcumin Ingredient
The company also secured self-affirmed GRAS status for its ingredient back in 2016.
Chronic renal disease is common in primary care settings and so are its comorbidities. In brief here, 5 apps you might want at hand.
Acerola contains more vitamin C than any other fruit, including oranges.
According to the newest HerbalGram report, 2016 marked the 13th consecutive year of increased sales for herbal supplements—and the first year that U.S. sales of herbal supplements have exceeded $7 billion.
China’s FDA also granted TSI Group expanded Novel Foods usage beyond existing approvals for sports nutrition and medical foods to encompass use in beverages, candies, and baked goods.