Here’s a roundup of nephrology news over the past couple weeks. Click on the headlines to browse the articles. Or, if you’ve discovered other newsworthy items that may be of interest to our team or your nephrologist peers, we invite you to please share news links in the comments.
Data analyzation, among other strategies, is key for small nephrology practices to survive and adapt in the value-based world.
Researchers working on a study to improve kidney function measurements have found a way to provide more accurate readings.
A costly battle for Ohioans’ votes in November is taking shape behind the scenes.
Despite his age, Lloyd Cameron could be a poster child. Cameron, 57, celebrated his 30th year being on dialysis.
New research published in the Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology revealed that for patients with CKD, interactions with individual providers and with the wider health system, combined with patients’ own struggle to understand their illness, can take a large emotional toll.
Healthy adults who habitually consume one or more cups of coffee daily may reduce their risk of chronic kidney disease (CKD), according to new study findings published in the American Journal of Medicine.
An editorialist asserts that Senate Bill 1156 would force patients with CKD to make life-altering decisions in regards to their health care, forcing them off of private insurance and onto government funded programs.
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