Nguyen and Bero conducted a search of Medicaid websites and contacted Medicaid staff to identify drug selection committee conflict of interest policies, conducted a content analysis of the policies, and reviewed processes. See Invited Commentary by Shah.
Weitzman et al engage an online diabetes social network in participatory surveillance to measure hypoglycemia-related patient-centered outcomes. See Invited Commentary by Neinstein and Editor’s Note by Redberg.
Bailey and coauthors examined motivations for dietary supplement use, characterized the types of products used for the most commonly reported motivations, and examined the role of physicians and health care practitioners in guiding choices about dietary supplements.
Pignone and coworkers sought to determine the effects of various methods of helping men consider how they value different potential outcomes to enable them to make good decisions about prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening. See also the invited commentary by Knight.