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Senate Bill 296/House Bill 2150.


Association of Florida House Bill 21 With Postoperative Opioid Prescribing for Acute Pain at a Single Institution.

Value-based pricing: Toward achieving a balance between individual and population gains in health benefits.

Value-based pricing of oncology drugs provides a best estimate for the price of a drug, as it relates to the benefits it provides for individual patients. To date, the impact of value-based pricing to reference cost-effectiveness thresholds (λ) on individual and population-level health benefits remains uncharacterized. The current study examined the potential benefits of value-based pricing by quantifying the incremental net health benefit (INHB) of publicly funded oncology drugs, if funding occurred at ma...


The role of house calls in the care of patients with pulmonary disease.

As the population ages, and more patients with chronic pulmonary diseases become frail and functionally impaired, the prevalence of homebound patients grows. Homebound patients have higher disease burden, inpatient utilization rates, and mortality than non- homebound patients. Vulnerable homebound patients with pulmonary disease benefit from pulmonary expertise to evaluate and optimize their complex medication regimens, evaluate equipment such as nebulizers, home oxygen, ventilators and suction machines, an...

Out-Of-Network Billing And Negotiated Payments For Hospital-Based Physicians.

When physicians whom patients do not choose and cannot avoid can bill out of network for care delivered within in-network hospitals, it exposes patients to financial risk and undercuts the functioning of health care markets. Using data for 2015 from a large commercial insurer, we found that at in-network hospitals, 11.8 percent of anesthesiology care, 12.3 percent of care involving a pathologist, 5.6 percent of claims for radiologists, and 11.3 percent of cases involving an assistant surgeon were billed...

A shrimp gene encoding a single WAP domain (SWD)-containing protein regulated by JAK-STAT and NF-κB pathways.

Regulation of immune responses in animals is largely governed by the JAK-STAT and NF-κB pathways, which are conserved across vertebrates and invertebrates. At present, the relationship between these two pathways in invertebrates remains unclear. In the current study, a novel antimicrobial peptide termed LvSWD5 belonging to the Crustin family was identified from Pacific white shrimp Litopenaeus vannamei. The mature LvSWD5 peptide containing a single WAP domain (SWD) could directly bind bacteria and fungi an...

The impact of pharmaceutical marketing on market access, treatment coverage, pricing, and social welfare.

Pharmaceutical spending in the United States, Canada, and the EU is growing. Public payers cover a large portion of these costs and have responded by instituting various pricing and access policies to limit their expenditure. One challenge that public payers face is additional demand induced by a manufacturer's marketing effort. We use a game theoretic approach to study the impact of pharmaceutical marketing on six practical pricing and access policies: negotiated pricing, open pricing, controlled pricing, ...

Application of labor standards in pricing in health care.

The publication presents the definition of key terms in pricing, sets out pricing methods, lists the current legal documents on cost indicators in health care. Methodical approaches to the calculation of remuneration, as one of the components of the cost of medical care, involve the use of labor standards of medical workers, differentiated by their participation in the therapeutic and diagnostic process. The analysis of the regulatory framework for labor in health made the need for its revision.

Hipk is required for JAK/STAT activity during development and tumorigenesis.

Drosophila has been instrumental as a model system in studying signal transduction and revealing molecular functions in development and human diseases. A point mutation in the Drosophila Janus kinase JAK (called hop) causes constitutive activation of the JAK/STAT pathway. We provide robust genetic evidence that the Homeodomain interacting protein kinase (Hipk) is required for endogenous JAK/STAT activity. Overexpression of Hipk can phenocopy the effects of overactive JAK/STAT mutations and lead to melanized...

Decisive factors for an accomplished clinical claims and risk management.

Damage to health caused by complications and errors is part of the reality of medical treatment. In order to avoid further negative consequences in the event of legal claims as a result of excessive processing times or unjustified refusals, a good cooperation between the physician and claims management in the clinic and the legal processor in liability insurance is required. In order to avoid false assumptions in claims processing, a critical analysis of the facts of the case is necessary. In addition, find...

STAT-ART: The Promise and Practice of a Rapid Palliative Single Session of MR-Guided Online Adaptive Radiotherapy (ART).

This work describes a novel application of MR-guided online adaptive radiotherapy (MRgoART) in the management of patients whom urgent palliative care is indicated using statum-adaptive radiotherapy (STAT-ART). The implementation of STAT-ART, as performed at our institution, is presented including a discussion of the advantages and limitations compared to the standard of care for palliative radiotherapy on conventional c-arm linacs. MR-based treatment planning techniques of STAT-ART for density overrides and...

Requiem for the STAT Test: Automation and Point of Care Testing.

Quick turnaround of laboratory test results is needed for medical and administrative reasons. Historically, laboratory tests have been requested as routine or STAT. With a few exceptions, a total turnaround time of 90 minutes has been the usually acceptable turnaround time for STAT tests.

Impact of Reference Pricing on Cost and Quality in Total Joint Arthroplasty.

Prices for total joint arthroplasty vary widely. Insurers have experimented with reference-based benefit designs (reference pricing) to control costs by setting a contribution limit that covers lower-priced facilities but necessitates higher out-of-pocket payments at higher-priced facilities. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the impact of reference pricing on the cost and quality of care for total joint arthroplasty.

Achieving renewable energy, climate, and air quality policy goals: Rural residential investment in solar panel.

Heavy dependence on fossil fuels among rural households contributes to GHG emissions and air pollution while increasing landfill loads in Poland. This study examines benefits from the renewable energy utilization support program that subsidized household purchase and installation of thermal solar panels. This review of synergy between energy, climate, and air quality policies focuses on solar panel subsidies funded through the European Union and county governments in Mazowieckie Voivodship in Poland. County...

The high costs of cheap tanning: pricing and promotional practices of indoor tanning facilities in six cities in the United States.

Few studies have investigated pricing and promotional practices used by the indoor tanning industry, despite their potential to promote indoor UV tanning-a well-established risk factor for melanoma skin cancer. Posing as potential customers, we telephoned 94 indoor tanning businesses in six United States (U.S.) cities and requested pricing information. The price of a single tanning session ranged from $0 to $23, and was lower at facilities that offered indoor tanning as a secondary service (mean $4.82 and f...

Limited effects of the comprehensive pricing healthcare reform in China.

To evaluate the effects of China's very recent comprehensive pricing healthcare reform, taking the patients' perspective.

Taking Privacy to a New Level: Texas Lowers Reporting Threshold for Security Breaches.

Federal requirements have not changed, but starting Jan. 1, breach notification requirements will become even more stringent for Texas physicians or medical entities. The Texas Legislature dropped the threshold for breach reporting from 500 patients to 250. House Bill 4390 also requires medical entities to report breaches to the Texas attorney general's office within 60 days of the breach.

Supplementing claims data analysis using self-reported data to develop a probabilistic phenotype model for current smoking status.

Smoking status is poorly record in US claims data. IBM MarketScan Commercial is a claims database that can be linked to an additional health risk assessment with self-reported smoking status for a subset of 1,966,174 patients. We investigate whether this subset could be used to learn a smoking status phenotype model generalizable to all US claims data that calculates the probability of being a current smoker.

Consumers' purchase decisions for products with nutrition and health claims: What role do product category and gaze duration on claims play?

Labeling food packages with nutrition and health claims is a widely used practice. This study aims to contribute to the literature by examining the gaze and purchase behavior of consumers regarding food products with nutrition and health claims. A close-to-realistic purchase situation with three-dimensional food packages with nutrition, health, and taste claims was simulated while the participants' eye movements were measured using head-mounted eye tracking glasses. In the purchase situation, two food categ...

Variations in external reference pricing implementation: does it matter for public policy?

External reference pricing (ERP) seeks to rationalize prices and contain costs using foreign prices as a reference for the determination of domestic prices and is often used as the starting point for the facilitation of negotiations between health authorities and pharmaceutical manufacturers.

External Reference Pricing for Pharmaceuticals-A Survey and Literature Review to Describe Best Practices for Countries With Expanding Healthcare Coverage.

Countries with expanding healthcare coverage (CEHCs) increasingly use external reference pricing (ERP) for pharmaceuticals. The ERP policies must aim to optimize efficiency, minimize disturbances, and maximize access to effective therapies for all patients.

The potential and controversy of targeting STAT family members in cancer.

The Signal Transducer and Activator of Transcription (STAT) family of proteins consists of transcription factors that play a complex and essential role in the regulation of physiologic cell processes, such as proliferation, differentiation, apoptosis and angiogenesis, and serves to organize the epigenetic landscape of immune cells. To date, seven STAT genes have been identified in the human genome; STAT1, STAT2, STAT3, STAT4, STAT5a, STAT5b and STAT6. They all account for diverse effects in response to extr...

Characteristics of musculoskeletal disorders and satisfaction with in-house physical therapy clinics in office workers.

Musculoskeletal disorders are not properly managed in office workers because of their busy work life. In-house physical therapy is a good way to manage the musculoskeletal disorders in office workers. Despite the numerous advantages of in-house physical therapy, the establishment and research of in-house physical therapy were insufficient.

Functional characterization of a protein inhibitor of activated STAT (PIAS) gene in Litopenaeus vannamei.

Protein inhibitor of activated STAT (PIAS) plays a critical role in the feedback modulation of the Janus kinase/signal transducer and activator of transcription (JAK/STAT) signaling pathway as a negative regulator in mammals and Drosophila, but the function of PIAS in crustaceans is still unclear. In this study, a PIAS termed LvPIAS was cloned and characterized from Litopenaeus vannamei. The full length of LvPIAS was 3065 bp, including a 2361 bp open reading frame (ORF) coding for a protein of 786 aa. LvPIA...

Scoping Review on the Use of Drugs Targeting JAK/STAT Pathway in Atopic Dermatitis, Vitiligo, and Alopecia Areata.

The JAK/STAT signaling pathway is involved in the immune-mediated inflammatory skin diseases atopic dermatitis (AD), vitiligo, and alopecia areata (AA), and represents a potential target when developing treatments. So far, no drugs targeting this pathway have been approved for the treatment of dermatological diseases. We reviewed the use of drugs blocking the JAK/STAT pathway in the aforementioned diseases.


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