This study uses insurance claims and HCAHPS data to investigate correlations between measures of pain and patient satisfaction after hospital discharge and postoperative opioid prescriptions.
This Arts and Medicine essay discusses Penn State College of Medicine’s “Arts in Health” program, which commissions work by regional artists for placement in hospital rooms as a way to improve the experience of hospitalization.
This Viewpoint discusses challenges to broader adoption of shared decision making in surgery despite early evidence suggesting that efforts to explain risks and benefits of treatment options, elicit patient values, and incorporate patient preferences into routine care improves surgical outcomes.
This Viewpoint discusses how clinicians, institutions, community members, and patients could extend the reach of health care coverage and promote healthful behaviors through partnerships.
This Viewpoint discusses the use of loyalty programs within accountable care organizations as a means of achieving patient-centric care and enhancing the health system business model.
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