Primary Care Video and Telephone Telemedicine During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Treatment and Follow-up Health Care Utilization
Telephone visits may offer a simple and convenient option to address patient primary care needs without raising safety concerns.
Inpatient-Outpatient Shared Electronic Health Records: Telemedicine and Laboratory Follow-up After Hospital Discharge
Using a seamlessly shared inpatient-outpatient electronic health record was associated with greater rates of postdischarge follow-up delivered through telemedicine or laboratory monitoring and without an in-person office visit.
Bridging the Digital Divide: Mobile Access to Personal Health Records Among Patients With Diabetes
Racial/ethnic minorities and patients living in poorer neighborhoods were more likely to access their personal health record exclusively with a mobile device.
The Impact of Electronic Health Records and Teamwork on Diabetes Care Quality
Patients with diabetes that are cared for by primary care teams with higher cohesion experienced greater EHR-related outcome improvements, compared with patients cared for by lower cohesion teams.
The Structure of Risk Adjustment for Private Plans in Medicare
Health plan accounting data are used to test how well the CMSHCC risk adjustment system tracks relative costs of treating various diagnoses: not very well.
Medicare Part D Coverage Gap and Diabetes Beneficiaries
When diabetic patients in 2 Medicare Advantage Part D plans reached the 2006 coverage gap, overall drug costs dropped as out-of-pocket costs increased.
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