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This cross-sectional study examines the use of electronic health record among physicians and other clinicians in ambulatory care facilities in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Oceania.
This cross-sectional study examines appointment success and wait times for patients with various insurance types at clinics with and without private equity ownership.
This national cohort study uses 10 years of data to evaluate the performance of organ procurement organizations using combined mortality and donation data and population demographic data.
This cohort study assesses home time after hospitalization for heart failure through Medicare administrative claims data and its association with 30-day risk-standardized readmission rates and risk-standardized mortality rates.
This cohort study evaluates the association between receipt of unemployment insurance, including a $600/wk federal supplement between April and July, and food insecurity among US residents who lost their jobs during the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic.
This cross-sectional study evaluates the implementation of the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) data sharing statement requirement in 3 leading medical journals.
This economic evaluation examines graduate medical education funding, an annual subsidy awarded to academic hospitals, and whether it is associated with a hospital’s financial standing, clinical outcomes, or resident academic performance.
This Viewpoint proposes 3 steps the Biden administration can take to slow consolidation within health care, which has been shown to raise costs without improving service or quality: better fund federal antitrust enforcement agencies; appoint agency heads committed to enforcement; and create an interagency task force devoted to enhancing competition.
This cross-sectional study uses 2015-2017 data from the Pregnancy Risk Surveillance and Monitoring System to examine the association between health insurance coverage and use of perinatal health care among low-income women in the US.
This cohort study examines the factors associated with National Institutes of Health funding in 2019 for 46 diseases.
This cross-sectional study examines patient, physician, and practice characteristics associated with biosimilar usage in the Medicare population.
This Viewpoint explains how pharmaceutical companies use “nurse ambassadors,” paid registered nurses who interact with patients in home or phone visits to facilitate provision, administration, and refills of expensive medication, and implications of a 2020 settlement between AbbVie and the state of California requiring improved disclosures but largely allowing the programs to continue.
This Viewpoint reviews 3 policy options with broad political support that have been shown or are being studied to reduce gun violence: mapping sites for individuals to temporarily store their firearms during a crisis, voluntary do-not-sell lists, and extreme risk protection orders to restrict firearm purchase and possession by individuals at high risk of harm.
This cross-sectional study examines whether efforts to limit out-of-pocket spending for enrollees in nonsubsidized Medicare Part D plans are associated with insulin adherence rates among these patients.
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