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Agreement Between Patient-reported Symptoms and Their Documentation in the Medical Record
Effective use of electronic medical record technology requires examination of the communication approaches of both care providers and patients.
A Meta-analysis Update: Percutaneous Coronary Interventions
Meta-analyses of percutaneous coronary interventions in stable coronary artery disease are updated to include 2 recent large randomized controlled trials.
Managed Care Enrollment and Chronically Disabled Women With Breast Cancer
We examine the effects of managed care enrollment and healthcare utilization level on breast cancer stage at diagnosis and treatment in disabled women.
Medicare HMO Impact on Utilization at the End of Life
HMOs in California, particularly Kaiser, have developed approaches to end-of-life care that allow them to use far fewer inpatient resources than fee-for-service providers.
Strategies for Identifying and Channeling Patients for Depression Care Management
This article examines screening strategies for possible depression in the context of a care management program for chronically ill Medicare recipients.
Flunking Asthma? When HEDIS Takes the ACT
Asthma control, rather than compliance with the HEDIS asthma measure, is the most useful quality indicator of asthma care.
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