Changes in Electronic Notification Volume and Primary Care Provider Burnout
Primary care provider burnout was analyzed before and after a national initiative to optimize the electronic health record inbox notification system at the Veterans Health Administration.
Does Machine Learning Improve Prediction of VA Primary Care Reliance?
Machine learning models, used to predict future use of primary care services from the Veterans Affairs (VA) Health Care System, did not outperform traditional regression models.
Which Patients Are Persistently High-Risk for Hospitalization?
Most patients in a large integrated healthcare system who were high-risk for hospitalization were at substantially lower risk within 2 years.
Association Between Length of Stay and Readmission for COPD
Among patients admitted for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) at Veterans Affairs hospitals, hospital-level length of stay was not associated with 30-day readmission.
Organizational Structure for Chronic Heart Failure and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
In a nationwide cross-sectional comparison of organizational structure for chronic disease management, less attention was given to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease than chronic heart failure.
Survey Nonresponders Incurred Higher Medical Utilization and Lower Medication Adherence
In a retrospective cohort analysis, diabetic nonresponders to a patient satisfaction survey had higher healthcare costs, clinic visits, and hospitalizations, but lower medication adherence.
Massachusetts Health Reform and Veterans Affairs Health System Enrollment
Health reform increased Medicaid enrollment, but was not associated with Veterans Health Administration and private insurance enrollment among Massachusetts veterans.
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