Does Distance Modify the Effect of Self-Testing in Oral Anticoagulation?
Self-testing of anticoagulation improves outcomes, but is expensive. One might assume it is more helpful for patients living farther from care, but the authors disprove this assumption.
Medicare HMO Penetration and Mortality Outcomes of Ischemic Stroke
Pharmacoeconomics of Atrial Fibrillation and Stroke Prevention
A Clinical Decision and Economic Analysis Model of Cancer Pain Management
Disease Management in Healthcare Organizations: Results of In-Depth Interviews with Disease Management Decision Makers
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