This Viewpoint describes an organization created to share stories and experiences of medical professionals.
This Viewpoint posits that safely and effectively implementing consensus guidelines for Papanicolou and human papillomavirus testing for cervical cancer prevention requires accurate risk stratification of patients.
This Viewpoint examines racial bias in the health care workplace.
This cross-sectional analysis of trial documents submitted to regulators examines the degree to which the study purpose is explained to potential participants in randomized clinical trials of antibiotics.
This modeling analysis adds social determinants of health variables to a diagnosis-based payment formula that allocates funds to managed care plans and physician networks.
This study assesses the association of dissemination of an educational document about the lack of efficacy of docusate with docusate administration and whether changes in docusate administration were associated with changes in the administration of comparable laxatives.
This cluster-randomized trial compares the effectiveness of a group exercise program that focuses on the timing and coordination of movement with a seated strength, endurance, and flexibility program (usual care) on function, disability, and walking ability of older adults.
This study compares ratings of access to specialists for adult Medicaid and commercial insurance enrollees before and after the implementation of specialty access standards.
This study develops and validates a risk stratification tool to categorize risk of future hypoglycemia-related emergency department or hospital use in patients with type 2 diabetes.
This ancillary study of a randomized clinical trial assesses the effects of oral or transdermal estrogen therapy vs placebo on sexual function in postmenopausal women.
This randomized clinical trial examines whether collaborative care for patients with opioid and/or alcohol use disorders improves the delivery of evidence-based treatments and increases self-reported abstinence compared with usual primary care.
This cohort study examines the association of evidence-based care processes in routine care for Staphylococcus aureus bacteremia with mortality at Veterans Health Administration hospitals.
This systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials investigates if more intensive compared with less intensive blood pressure control is associated with reduced mortality risk in persons with chronic kidney disease stages 3 to 5.
This Special Communication discusses the benefits of eliminating creatine kinase–myocardial band testing in suspected acute coronary syndrome.
This Teachable Moment illustrates the complexity of determining the appropriateness and timing of cardiac resynchronization therapy in the management of heart failure.
This Teachable Moment uses the details of a case report to evaluate the risks and benefits of staging imaging in early-stage breast cancer.
This Teachable Moment describes a hospitalized patient with nosocomial diarrhea caused by unnecessary prescription of laxatives and discusses the potential harms of this routine practice.
This study analyzes data on homicides to evaluate changes in the number of justifiable and unlawful homicides in Florida following the enactment of a “stand your ground” law.
This Research Letter estimates weekly hours worked for married, dual-physician couples.
This study uses data from the Premier Alliance database to assess factors associated with the use of smoking cessation pharmacotherapy in smokers hospitalized for coronary heart disease.
This quasiexperimental examination of internet search results determines that the Netflix series 13 Reasons Why has both increased suicide awareness while unintentionally increasing suicidal ideation.
This study examines clinician rationale for ordering monitoring lipid panels among patients on statin therapy and the association of treatment changes with testing.
Using longitudinal data from the nationally representative Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, this study examines the association of insurance gains and losses with prescription drug access.
This survey study analyzes the trends in the distribution of medical education debt by focusing on the increase in graduates without such debt.