Explore the latest in health care policy, including research and opinion about health care politics, economics, and law.
This Guide to Statistics and Methods considers the challenges to the use of observational data in health policy analyses and offers strategies for overcoming those limitations.
This Guide to Statistics and Methods describes the definition and applications of implementation science.
This cross-sectional study examines the association between patient race/ethnicity and the rate at which patients are offered primary care appointments and the number of days they wait for their primary care appointments.
This cross-sectional study examines whether access to reproductive health services in the United States is associated with the market share of Catholic hospitals at the county level.
This systematic review summarizes evidence of associations between malpractice liability risk, defined as the extent to which clinicians face the threat of being sued and having to pay damages, and measures of health care quality and safety.
This survey study identifies changes in unmet need for physician services among insured and uninsured adults aged 18 to 64 years in the United States from the 1998 and 2017 Behavioral Risk Factor Surveillance System surveys.
This Viewpoint discusses the challenges in providing oncologic care for an increasing number of patients and suggests potential solutions to improve clinicians’ efficiency and productivity.
This economic evaluation uses Medicare claims data to evaluate changes in utilization of and Medicare payments for transitional care management services from 2013 to 2018.
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