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This Viewpoint reviews the importance of physical inspection on, or shortly after, initial contact with a patient.
Key PointsQuestionCan nursing homes reduce antipsychotic use by training staff that behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia are the communication of unmet resident needs?
FindingsThis quasi-experimental longitudinal study of the OASIS communication training program examined...
Key PointsQuestionWhat is the most cost-effective strategy for the initial diagnostic evaluation of patients with asymptomatic microscopic hematuria (AMH)?
FindingsIn this cost-effectiveness analysis based on inputs from the medical literature, the combination of cystoscopy and renal ultrasound...
This study describes the experience and virologic outcomes in a cohort of hepatitis C virus–infected homeless and marginally housed adults who were provided access to community-based treatment programs.
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