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ImportanceMedicare penalizes hospitals with higher than expected readmission rates by up to 3% of annual inpatient payments. Expected rates are adjusted only for patients’ age, sex, discharge diagnosis, and recent diagnoses.
ObjectiveTo assess the extent to which a comprehensive set of patient...
This Research Letter examines the costs and potential benefits of Medicare coverage of anesthesia services during screening colonoscopies for patients at low risk of sedation-related complications.
ImportanceFor antidepressants, the translation of evidence of comparative effectiveness into practice is suboptimal. This deficit directly affects outcomes and quality of care for patients with depression. To overcome this problem, we developed the Depression Medication Choice (DMC) encounter...
This pharmacoepidemiology study assessed medication adherence before and after implementation of narrow insurance networks within commercial drug plans.
This case study serves as a reminder that the routine diagnostic tests for C difficile do not distinguish between active disease and colonization and that clinicians must consider, when appropriate, other potential causes of diarrhea, both infectious and noninfectious.
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