Economics of a Health System’s Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine for Its Employees
A direct-to-consumer telemedicine service resulted in lower per-episode unit costs for care within 7 days and only marginally increased the use of services overall.
Patient and Physician Predictors of Hyperlipidemia Screening and Statin Prescription
Physician and patient predictors of hyperlipidemia screening and statin prescription at a large, multihospital regional health center based on electronic health record data.
Patients' Views of a Behavioral Intervention Including Financial Incentives
Patients who enrolled in a trial to lower low-density lipoprotein cholesterol spoke positively of the multifaceted intervention: pillbox monitoring and financial incentives were socially acceptable.
Designing an Illustrated Patient Satisfaction Instrument for Low-literacy Populations
When Money Is Saved by Reducing Healthcare Costs, Where Do US Primary Care Physicians Think the Money Goes?
Continued Challenges for the Physician Executive in Managed Care
Costs, True Costs, and Whose Costs in Economic Analyses in Medicine?
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