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Medical error is the third-leading cause of death and Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine researchers are calling for better reporting on death certificates to help understand the scale of the problem and how to tackle it.
Stories on the potential health savings if more people quit smoking, and Louisiana's failed attempt to put nursing homes in managed care.
Researchers set out to analyze the clinical outcomes in a real-world clinical setting of patients with T2D who switched to Toujeo from another basal insulin.
A new study established the association between variation in state-level health outcomes and the allocation of state spending between healthcare and social services.
Survival rates increase as more quality measures are incorporated into care, but only 13% of eligible patients with Stage IIIA non-small cell lung cancer actually receive all 4 measures.
What we're reading, May 18, 2016: Senate and House Zika funding is mismatched while CDC shifts funding from local departments for Zika, and the uninsured rate in the United States fell to 9.1% in 2015.
Over the last year, The American Journal of Managed Care has covered many aspects of the hepatitis C issue: access to treatment, the cost of drugs, exclusivity deals, and more. Here are the most-read articles from the last year.
High levels of physical activity are associated with lower rates of cancer, according to a new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.
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