Examining Differential Performance of 3 Medical Home Recognition Programs
We examine utilization, quality, and expenditures among Medicare beneficiaries receiving care at federally qualified health centers and compare outcomes among those attributed to 1 of 3 recognition programs versus none.
Does Medicare Advantage Enrollment Affect Home Healthcare Use?
Medicare Advantage beneficiaries use less home healthcare than do their fee-for-service counterparts, but there is marked regional variation in use by both groups.
Antibiotic Prescribing for Respiratory Infections at Retail Clinics, Physician Practices, and Emergency Departments
There are concerns that retail clinics provide inferior quality of care. The authors found no difference in quality among retail clinics, physician offices, and emergency departments.
Trends in Retail Clinic Use Among the Commercially Insured
Retail clinic use increased dramatically over 3 years, especially among young, healthy, higher income enrollees living close to retail clinics.
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