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Non-Opioids: Surgery Without Opioids Is Possible

Surgery can be uncomfortable, some more than others. Most patients find themselves suffering not always because of pain but because of the opioids they were given as part of their procedure. Now, non-opioid options have proven effective for acute surgical and non-surgical pain, limiting undesired side effects and, of course, the danger of opioid addiction. … Read more

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Zepbound: The Newest Weight Loss Drug

The Type 2 diabetes drug called tirzepatide was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in November 2023 for treating chronic weight management. Sold under the brand name Mounjaro for treating diabetes, the drug will be called Zepbound when prescribed as a weight loss medication. In a nation that has become fascinated with … Read more

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Google Antitrust Lawsuits Explained

Google is facing a legal case that can change the online advertising marketing industry. It’s alleged that Google has monopolistic power in online advertising. The DOJ claims Google uses an anti-competitive strategy that makes it harder for thousands of businesses to grow. This isn’t the U.S. government’s first attempt to take on a giant corporation. … Read more

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Artificial Intelligence In Health Care

Artificial intelligence will change the health care system soon. According to a grand view research study global artificial intelligence in health care market was at 15.4 billion last year. The study points out that the market for AI is supposed to grow at rate of 37.5 percent to 188 billion dollars. This industry will have … Read more

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Physician Burnout

Work-related stress is an issue that doesn’t affect just one industry. Some of the most high-paying jobs in the country can’t escape the issue of burnout. Specifically, physicians across the country have faced increased levels of burnout since the beginning of the pandemic. Last year 53 percent of physicians reported burnout according to a Medscape … Read more

Healthcare 2023 Review

Healthcare 2023 Review

With the new year approaching, it’s good to know where the landscape of the U.S. healthcare system is in 2023.  The influx of hedge funds purchasing hospitals left and right is changing the primary care structure. For example, the employment of physicians has increased by 19% over the last 3 years. Some argue the reasons … Read more

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Equity Firms Taking Over Health Care System

Firm Transactions Private equity firms have taken a large stake in the U.S health care system in recent years with acquisitions of hundreds of hospitals in the country. These buyouts have reached record highs in recent years, in 2017 alone there were 440 transactions valued at 52 billion. The following year that record would be … Read more

Businesses and Consumers Likely Protected from Near-term Recession

Not all recessions are created equal. Previous downturns in the U.S. were prompted by various shocks, with the most recent recession started by health and government-induced shutdowns. Other recessions started in the corporate sector, whereas some started from commodity shocks. The next one could start from geopolitical tensions. Nonetheless, we think the current business and consumer environments are safe … Read more

Ready, Set, Hike

The Federal Reserve (Fed) meets this week and in all likelihood will raise short-term interest rates for the first time since emergency levels of monetary accommodation were provided to markets after the COVID-19 shutdowns. Inflationary pressures are running higher than the central bankers are comfortable with, but the conflict in Eastern Europe adds to the uncertain path of policy … Read more

Q3 Earnings Preview: Less Upside

We have used most of the superlatives we know to describe corporate America’s stunning performances over the past two earnings seasons. Despite lofty expections, results exceeded estimates by the biggest margins we’ve ever seen (and one of the authors of this report has been doing this for 23 years). We expect solid earnings gains during … Read more