Trends in Public Perceptions of Electronic Health Records During Early Years of Meaningful Use
During the early years of the "meaningful use" program, surveys found decreases in both optimism and concerns about electronic health records.
Feasibility of Integrating Standardized Patient-Reported Outcomes in Orthopedic Care
Patient-reported outcomes, through the use of new technological advances, can be successfully integrated into routine orthopedic practice and shared across distinct institutions.
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Negative Co-Payments: The CHORD Trial
This study extends value-based insurance design concepts in testing the impact on blood pressure control of rewards that provided negative co-payments for blood pressure medication.
A Randomized Controlled Trial of Co-Payment Elimination: The CHORD Trial
This study tests the impact on blood pressure control of a reward that lowered co-payments for blood pressure medication to $0.
The Association Among Medical Home Readiness, Quality, and Care of Vulnerable Patients
The characteristics of patients who visit practices that are ready versus unready for the patient-centered medical home differ in important ways.
Global Payment Contract Attitudes and Comprehension Among Internal Medicine Physicians
Four years following engagement by an urban care organization in global payment contracts, a majority of internal medicine physicians there were supportive of this action.
Addressing the Primary Care Workforce Crisis
As delivery system reforms increasingly rely on a strong primary care workforce, policies are needed to grow and strengthen this workforce.
Opportunity Costs of Ambulatory Medical Care in the United States
An analysis of the opportunity cost associated with ambulatory medical care in the United States demonstrates substantial time costs for individuals and society.
Medicare Shared Savings Program: Public Reporting and Shared Savings Distributions
Analysis of publicly reported organizational characteristics, shared savings distribution plans, and early financial success of accountable care organizations in the Medicare Shared Savings Program.
A Comparison of Relative Resource Use and Quality in Medicare Advantage Health Plans Versus Traditional Medicare
Compared with traditional Medicare, relative resource use for those with diabetes or cardiovascular disease is lower in Medicare Advantage, while quality of care is higher.
Differential Impact of Mental Health Multimorbidity on Healthcare Costs in Diabetes
Assessment of prevalence and specific costs associated with discrete multimorbid mental health disease clusters in adults with diabetes.
Clinical Efficacy: A Cost Containment Weapon for the 21st Century
Mitigating cost increases through preemptive care and clinical efficacy to reduce the disease burden of clinically at-risk patients.
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