This cluster randomized clinical trial investigates the effect of clinical geriatric assessments and collaborative medication reviews by geriatrician and family physician on health-related quality of life and other patient-relevant outcomes in home-dwelling older patients receiving polypharmacy.
This study using Medicare claims data examines trends in differential Medicare fee-for-service payments for noninvasive cardiac tests performed in hospital- and provider-based settings.
This study describes gender differences in Twitter use and influence among health services researchers who attended AcademyHealth’s 2018 Annual Research Meeting.
This survey study examines the patterns of work-related burnout in physician-scientists.
This survey study explores whether leading US medical schools have policies about dependent care travel costs.
This study examines a trend in electronic cigarette use between 2017 and 2018 and stratifies results by sociodemographic categories.
This cohort study examines the association of mobility impairment, measured during hospitalization, as a risk marker for functional decline among older patients with acute myocardial infarction.
This nonrandomized clinical trial compares self-reported patient outcomes and burden of unwanted care among older adults with multiple chronic conditions who received either patient priorities–based care or usual care at a Connecticut primary care site.
This randomized clinical trial examines whether providing essential medicines at no charge to outpatients who reported not being able to afford medicines improves treatment adherence.
This Teachable Moment describes a man in his 70s with a medical history of noninvasive bladder cancer who presented to his primary care clinic with significant weight loss and was subsequently found to have previously undiagnosed acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.
This database study assesses the misclassification of death reports for 2 medical devices within the US Food and Drug Administration’s Manufacturer and User Facility Device Experience database.
This study examines the growth of Medicare graduate medical education payments per resident full-time equivalent, variation in payment rates between hospitals, and potential savings from capping these payments.
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