This Viewpoint reviews the Supreme Court case Sandoz v Amgen and discusses the results of the ruling.
This Viewpoint cites specific examples to argue in favor of courts taking measures to prevent or discourage litigation targeting peer-reviewed scientific research.
This Viewpoint acknowledges and discusses the growing acceptance of, as well as flaws in the research dedicated to, medical cannabis.
This article is a book review of Unanticipated Outcomes: A Medical Memoir by Jerome P. Kassirer, MD, MPH.
This cohort study examines the association of preconception intake of pesticide residues in fruits and vegetables with outcomes of infertility treatment with assisted reproductive technologies.
This systematic review and meta-analysis assesses the association of treatment to lower blood pressure with death and cardiovascular disease at different blood pressure levels in randomized clinical trials.
This cross-sectional study uses a statewide database to quantify differences in the use of laboratory tests between teaching and nonteaching hospitals.
This cohort study describes the population of patients referred to inpatient palliative care consultation teams for care planning, the needs identified by palliative care clinicians, and the care planning activities that occur.
This study examines whether longitudinal data from a health care database can support the results of a randomized clinical trial that led to a supplemental indication of telmisartan.
This cross-sectional study examines the association of physician networks with health care spending, utilization, and quality of care for Medicare beneficiaries.
This cohort study determines if overlapping surgery is associated with greater risk for complications following surgical treatment for hip fracture and arthritis.
This cross-sectional observational study examines how patient satisfaction with the clinician is associated with clinician denial of distinct types of patient requests, adjusting for patient characteristics.
This cohort study analyzes trends in blood pressures for the 20 years before death and identifies potential mechanisms that may explain trajectories.
This cohort study investigates whether individuals living in a household with a prescription opioid user vs prescription nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug user are more likely to initiate prescription opioids themselves.
This Special Communication reviews the most recent transfusion practice guidelines, discusses campaigns to reduce or eliminate overuse of transfusions, and presents a blueprint for developing a patient blood management program.
This Special Communication examines clinical issues and challenges in assessing patients with serious advanced illnesses who are considering voluntarily stopping eating and drinking, and explores underlying ethical and legal considerations.
This review identifies and highlights original research articles published in 2016 that are most relevant to understanding medical overuse or strategies to reduce it.
This review summarizes key findings of a final evidence report to support a public meeting on abuse-deterrent opioids and provides an independent assessment of their implications for health policy.
This Teachable Moment examines the case of a woman in her 50s with a history of gastric bypass and iron deficiency anemia who presented for evaluation of fatigue.
This case report discusses the differential diagnosis of the wide complex tachycardia shown in an electrocardiogram of a patient with intermittent palpitations and dyspnea.
A healthy woman in her 20s presented to the emergency department with palpitations, a heart rate of 200 beats per minute, and normal heart sounds with no murmurs, rubs, or gallops after completing a run.
This study identifies which nursing home residents are eligible for palliative care services, describes their characteristics, and delineates resident and family perceptions regarding symptoms and quality of life.
This survey study examines the use of patient portals to enhance the ability of family members to participate in communication with health care professionals.
This study examines the association of reduced Medicaid reimbursement with a decrease in office-visit appointment availability for new Medicaid patients.
This study evaluated the quality of the evidence base and the strength or benefit to harm ratio of the recommendations in the American College of Rheumatology Clinical Practice Guidelines
This survey study investigates whether physician experiences with members of their social network are associated with their recommendations for breast cancer screening.
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