325 AACE members.
Supply American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.. AACE sends petition to Congress opposing new Medicare policy The American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists sent a petition to Congress today signed by 1,325 AACE members, non-AACE member physicians, allied health patients and professionals opposing a new Medicare policy which would remove consultation codes for professionals. Overturning this policy would preserve access to care for an incredible number of Medicare sufferers noticed by a medical specialist. Related StoriesYale experts find improvements in mortality, hospitalizations and outcomes among Medicare patientsTissue Regenix strengthens placement in post-acute wound care market with Medicare insurance coverage for DermapureNew across-the-panel Medicare cuts may place many patients and suppliers at riskIn December, AACE surveyed its members.Bates, M.D.. A tragic and spectacular case of scientific fraud in studies on red resveratrol and wine In another stunning example of scientific research fraud, the University of Connecticut leveled costs of widespread scientific fraud against a prolific researcher earlier this year. The university recognized the researcher as Dr. Dipak K. Das, a director of the university’s Cardiovascular Research Center and a professor in the Section of Surgery, whose work reported on medical benefits of resveratrol and burgandy or merlot wine.