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Doctors Are Refusing To Operate On Smokers. Here's Why The Trend Will Grow

An irate man contacted me recently to complain he’d been turned down for back surgery because he’s a smoker.“It’s just not right,” said the Charlotte man, who suffers from chronic hip and leg pain. “I need this surgery. It’s to the point where I can’t walk around the block with my dogs.”

It's Easy Money: Lab Offers Doctors Up To 144k A Year To Push Dubious Genetic Tests, Employees Say

For doctors, the brochure from a California medical laboratory sounded like easy money: $30 for every person enrolled in a study of genetic tests meant to help select the best pain medication for each patient. A typical physician could make $144,000 a year in “research fees.”

Attorney General Sessions Wants To Know The Science On Marijuana And Opioids.

Speaking before the National Association of Attorneys General, U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions expressed doubt that marijuana could help mitigate the opioid abuse epidemic.

4 Reasons Why Being A Doctor Is Worth It

2016 closed around a continued effort to “salvage” the medical profession’s reputation, but the notion that it’s broken continues to be counterproductive.

Tax Deductions For Medical Professionals

As with other professions, tax deductions for medical professionals must meet specific guidelines that have been set forth by the IRS. The deductions that you are allowed to take will depend on whether you are self-employed, an employee or both, and the expenses must be necessary for your profession.

Specialties With The Highest Denial Rate 2016

A denial rate over 12% and a staff processing time of 21 days has a significant impact on the bottom line. Deacrease denial rates, improve staff processing time and increase cash flow.

What Is The Percentage of Grant Proposals That Foundations Actually Fund?

This is a commonly asked question with no single or simple answer. Many factors, like the foundation's priorities, the nonprofit's capacity, the project's quality, and the proposal itself, among other things, influence a grantmaker's decision to accept a proposal.

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