This study examines whether there are associations between opioid dose tapering and subsequent rates of overdose and mental health crisis among patients prescribed stable, long-term, high-dose opioids.
This cohort study characterizes US trends in opioid dose tapering among patients prescribed long-term opioids from 2008 to 2017 and identifies patient-level variables associated with tapering and a more rapid tapering rate.
This randomized clinical trial examines outcomes of participation in an individually designed single-patient multi-crossover (n-of-1) trial supported by a mobile app compared with usual care among patients with chronic musculoskeletal pain.
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 randomized clinical trial evaluates the effectiveness of a standardized patient–based intervention designed to enhance primary care physician patient-centeredness and skill in handling patient requests for low-value diagnostic tests.
In this randomized trial of 867 adults, Kravitz and coauthors determine whether a depression engagement video or a tailored interactive multimedia computer program improves initial depression care compared with an attention control group without increasing unnecessary antidepressant prescribing.
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