This Viewpoint discusses the balance between the effective treatment of pain and preventing the abuse and misuse of opioids.
This Viewpoint discusses the challenges and barriers involved in increasing access to telemedicine abortion services in the United States.
This follow-up of a randomized clinical trial compares long-term immune responses to the standard hepatitis B virus vaccine regimen with a 4-injection intramuscular double-dose regimen and a 4-injection intradermal low-dose regimen among patients with HIV-1 infection.
This study describes the characteristics, angiographic findings, and treatment patterns of patients with stable angina symptoms undergoing cardiac catheterization and/or percutaneous coronary intervention before noncardiac surgery in a large national registry.
This cross-sectional study examines how smartphone-based, computer programed conversational agents respond to questions about mental health, interpersonal violence, and physical health.
This study examines why asymptomatic patients who are 65 years and older and undergo revascularization receive initial carotid imaging.
This audit of virtual visits for urgent health care uses standardized patients to assess the variation in quality among 8 companies that offer virtual visits.
This post hoc analysis of the Women’s Health Initiative study examines the effects of adherence to differing dietary recommendations and risk for hip fracture in postmenopausal women.
This study identifies clinician characteristics associated with higher prostate-specific antigen (PSA) screening rates in older men with limited life expectancy, for whom there is guideline consensus that PSA screening should be avoided, and contrasts this with PSA screening in men with favorable life expectancy, for whom many guidelines still recommend individualized decision making.
This study examines differences in reemployment rates of unemployed job seekers who smoke vs those who do not smoke during a 12-month period
This qualitative study examines the beliefs and practices of primary care practitioners in discussing long-term prognosis with older adults.
This study evaluates whether overall Medicare fee-for-service readmissions were reduced through an intervention applied to high-risk discharge patients.
This Evidence to Practice review assesses the comparative effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and budget implications of integrating behavioral health services into primary care settings compared with usual care.
This Teachable Moment demonstrates the cascade of events that can result from unnecessary testing for malignant disease, especially in patients with dementia.
This Teachable Moment explains that increased awareness of type II thrombocytopenia has been associated with overtesting and inappropriate treatment and calls for more discriminate testing based on the well-validated 4T score.
This case of a woman in her 60s presenting with ear fullness and asymetric hearing loss is a reminder to carefully consider indications for treatment using proton pump inhibitors in the setting of steroid use.
This study examines whether a reduction in Medicare reimbursement for nerve conduction studies reduced the number of such studies conducted by health care professionals within a 1-year period.
The accuracy and precision of the Instant Blood Pressure app are evaluated amid concerns that individuals may use these apps to assess their blood pressure and titrate therapy.
This study examines the accuracy of total energy expenditure estimates made by wearable devices compared with measurements made using the metabolic chamber and doubly labeled water methods.
Baseline, new acquisition, and duration of hand carriage of multidrug-resistant organisms among patients newly admitted to post–acute care facilities from acute care hospitals is evaluated.
This study examines the association between employees of the cardiovascular device industry who served as coauthors of articles reporting clinical trials of the industry’s products and the outcomes of those trials.
This Research Letter describes a program for reducing the frequency of phlebotomy as a means of decreasing health care costs for laboratory testing.
This matched-cohort study evaluates the risk of cataract in the population undergoing percutaneous cardiac intervention procedures.
This study describes a number of demographic differences in the populations served by Federally Qualified Health Centers, 2005-2014.
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