This Viewpoint describes the US National Alzheimer Project Act and strategies to ensure that new medications will improve the lives of patients with asymptomatic Alzheimer disease.
This cross-sectional survey study measures changes in outpatient quality and patient experience in the United States from 2002 to 2013 to determine whether efforts to improve outpatient quality have been successful.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the short-term effects of high-dose caffeine consumption vs placebo in patients with heart failure at increased risk for arrhythmic events.
This case of an asymptomatic woman in her 30s who presented for a baseline physical examination and was given nonrecomended liver function screening and phlebotomy following misdiagnosis highlights the importance of emphasizing clinical judgment in ordering and assesing test results.
This study uses survey data to examine why clinicians still order low-value imaging for nonspecific low back pain contrary to the Choosing Wisely campaign recommendations against it.