A recent American Medical Association survey found that 94% of doctors reported care delays due to prior authorization, 79% reported that patients abandoned treatment due to difficulties contesting prior authorization, and 28% of doctors said those delays led to serious or life-threatening adverse patient events. We can all agree that this is not the prior authorization system doctors and patients should face.
Although lung cancer remains one of the deadliest forms of cancer, it's still quite treatable if caught in the early stages. Suppose you are at risk of developing lung cancer because of your lifestyle, genetics, or occupation. In that case, it's imperative that you know the warning signs of this deadly disease so that you can get diagnosed and treated as soon as possible.
It's that time of the year again! You'll be sending your little ones off to school pretty soon. Unfortunately, with all the hustle and bustle back-to-school season brings, it can be easy to forget about your health and other important aspects of your life. So, while you get your little ones prepared for a brand new school year, make sure you're also taking steps to check in with yourself and your health.