Cost-effectiveness Evaluation of a Home Blood Pressure Monitoring Program
A technology-based, pharmacist-run home blood pressure monitoring program improves health outcomes by investing $20.50 per mm Hg systolic blood pressure lowered and $3300 per life-year gained.
Impact of Hypertension on Healthcare Costs Among Children
This study demonstrates a major influence of prehypertension and hypertension on healthcare costs in a large cohort of children, independent of body mass index.
Systolic Blood Pressure Control After Participation in a Hypertension Intervention Study
Systolic blood pressure control was not maintained in a large proportion of patients after the end of participation in a hypertension intervention study.
A Multimodal Blood Pressure Control Intervention in 3 Healthcare Systems
A multisite multimodal intervention of patient education, home monitoring, measurement reporting to an IVR system, and pharmacist follow-up achieved greater BP reductions vs usual care.
Primary Care Provider Turnover and Quality in Managed Care Organizations
STD Prevention and Treatment Guidelines: A Review from a Managed Care Perspective
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