Predicting High-Cost Privately Insured Patients Based on Self-Reported Health and Utilization Data
The results of this study show that patient-reported data on health and healthcare can be useful in predicting high-cost patients when claims data for prior years are not available.
Leveraging EHRs for Patient Engagement: Perspectives on Tailored Program Outreach
Divergent reactions among women at high risk for diabetes highlight challenges of implementing tailored outreach messages, driven by electronic health records, to promote patient engagement in preventive lifestyle programs.
Adaptation of an Asthma Management Program to a Small Clinic
The authors adapted a successful large-scale, specialist-run asthma management program to an existing multi-specialty clinic utilizing existing resources and achieving similar outcomes.
Twitter Accounts Followed by Congressional Health Staff
Disseminating timely and relevant research findings to policy makers is a national priority to inform health policy decisions. Social media is a novel tool to bridge the communication gap.
Medication Adherence and Improved Outcomes Among Patients With Type 2 Diabetes
Adherence to glucose-lowering agents was associated with a significant reduction in use of acute care resources without any increased total medical costs.
The Price May Not Be Right: The Value of Comparison Shopping for Prescription Drugs
Price shopping for medications within a small geographic area can yield considerable cost savings for uninsured and insured consumers in high-deductible health plans.
US Internists' Awareness and Use of Overtreatment Guidelines: A National Survey
In a national survey, US internists reported high levels of adoption of overtreatment guidelines; despite this fact, they also reported recommending services targeted by the overtreatment guidelines.
Availability and Variation of Publicly Reported Prescription Drug Prices
Retail prices for commonly prescribed drugs are often absent from state prescription drug price websites, but when reported, can vary substantially.
Cost-Effectiveness of a Patient Navigation Program to Improve Cervical Cancer Screening
This study investigates the cost-effectiveness of a community-based patient navigation program to improve cervical cancer screening.
The Association Between Insurance Type and Cost-Related Delay in Care: A Survey
In a survey of patients and visitors to a large academic medical center, middle-income respondents with private insurance reported more cost-related delays in care than those with public insurance.
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