Distinct Health Care Use Patterns of Patients With Chronic Gastrointestinal Diseases
Patients with complex chronic disease can be grouped by varying propensity for health care continuity patterns, which could be harnessed to personalize health care utilization interventions.
Agreement Among Measures Examining Low-Value Imaging for Low Back Pain
This study demonstrates the need for additional consensus surrounding how to translate guideline recommendations to administrative measures assessing imaging overuse for acute low back pain.
Cardiac Risk Is Not Associated With Hypertension Treatment Intensification
This study shows how cardiovascular prevention would be much more efficient if risk were used in treatment decisions, but that currently it plays no role.
Avoiding Pitfalls in Chronic Disease Quality Measurement: A Case for the Next Generation of Technical Quality Measures
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