Noninvasive Ventilation at Home Reduces Mortality in COPD With CRF
This study explores the association between receiving noninvasive ventilation at home and mortality, hospitalizations, and emergency department visits in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) with chronic respiratory failure (CRF).
Economic Value of Transcatheter Valve Replacement for Inoperable Aortic Stenosis
Transcatheter aortic valve replacement for inoperable severe, symptomatic aortic stenosis will create significant social value in the next decade, mostly accruing to patients versus manufacturers.
Understanding and Improving Value Frameworks With Real-World Patient Outcomes
New value frameworks should incorporate real-world evidence that reflects patient treatment behavior, adherence to medication, and equity concerns arising from disparities in care.
Improving Population Health Through Multistakeholder Partnerships
Improving population health requires developing innovative multistakeholder partnerships to enable mining and cross-leveraging data sets, creating patient touchpoint “ecosystems,” and aligning investments with each stakeholder’s returns.
Estimating the Social Value of G-CSF Therapies in the United States
Granulocyte-colony stimulating factors (G-CSFs) reduce the risk of febrile neutropenia in patients with cancer. This study evaluates the clinical and nonclinical value associated with G-CSFs.
Value of Improved Lipid Control in Patients at High Risk for Adverse Cardiac Events
Reducing lipid levels in high-risk patients can significantly reduce disease burden and, depending on final negotiated prices, PCSK9 inhibitors can make an economic contribution to this goal.
The Wider Public Health Value of HCV Treatment Accrued by Liver Transplant Recipients
Advances in treatment for hepatitis C virus (HCV) have the potential to generate considerable spillover benefits to patients awaiting transplants, especially among those with non—HCV-mediated liver failure.
Spending and Mortality in US Acute Care Hospitals
Across the US, adults with major medical conditions were less likely to die in hospitals with higher spending levels, even after adjusting for patient risk.
Guidance for Structuring Team-Based Incentives in Healthcare
Team-based performance incentives may improve healthcare team performance, but provider organizations face a number of structural, technical, and cultural barriers to adopting them.
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