Your NEJM Group Today: Harms of Partial Medicaid Expansions / Which Stroke Patients Benefit from PFO Closure? / Boston-Area IM Opportunity — Physician’s First Watch

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September 14, 2017

Your NEJM Group Today: Harms of Partial Medicaid Expansions / Which Stroke Patients Benefit from PFO Closure? / Boston-Area IM Opportunity

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Here's what we chose for you from NEJM Group today:

NEJM Audio Interview: Limiting Medicaid Eligibility: Professor Nicholas Bagley discusses why partial Medicaid expansions could be harmful for patients and the federal budget.

NEJM Journal Watch Neurology : Which patients with cryptogenic stroke benefit from patent foramen ovale closure? Findings from three new NEJM studies shed some light.

NEJM CareerCenter: Hallmark Health Medical Associates is seeking an internal medicine physician to join its multispecialty team of more than 90 providers in 10 communities near Boston.

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