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June 01, 2009
Integrated care systems allegedly provide better care. This study of 97 large medical groups nationally provides suggestive evidence that this may be true.
June 15, 2009
The American Journal of Managed Care
A systematic review of interactive voice response system studies showed that these interventions significantly benefit adherence to various processes of care.
In this commentary, our Co-Editors-in-Chief advocate valuebased principles that align incentives to encourage use of high value services as an important tool in healthcare reform.
Tailoring coaching to each patient’s activation level may improve clinical indicators and reduce utilization more than the usual disease management coaching.
This article examines the changing effects of managed care on prescription drug formulary use in the United States.
An asthma disease management program reduced medical services utilization for urban children and had a potentially positive return on investment for Medicaid managed care plans.
Medication adherence is important in chronic disease management. This systematic review demonstrates that dosing frequency has important effects on medication adherence.
Evaluation of cancer patients’ quality of life at admission enabled improvement of their satisfaction with received care at discharge.
Midlevel providers were significantly less likely than physicians to change blood pressure (BP) treatment for complex diabetic patients presenting with elevated BP at a single visit.