Coverage of our peer-reviewed research and news reporting in the health care and mainstream press.
An article by HealthLeaders cited a study published in the July 2022 issue of The American Journal of Managed Care®. The study, “Geographic Variation in Medicare Home Health Expenditures,” sought to identify the sources of a significant 2.5-fold variation found in home health expenditures, a possible indicator of inefficiency and waste.
A piece by Kennesaw State University referenced a study published in the November 2022 issue of AJMC®, titled “COVID-19 Surges and Hospital Outcomes in the United States.” The study indicated that increased hospital mortality odds among non–COVID-19 patients imply compromised quality of care during COVID-19 surges. Additionally, no large-scale changes were found in discharges to other facilities.
Medical Economics® cited a study published in the January 2023 issue of AJMC®, titled “Changes in Electronic Notification Volume and Primary Care Provider Burnout.” The study analyzed primary care provider burnout before and after a national initiative to optimize the electronic health record inbox notification system at the Veterans Health Administration.