Researchers conducted a retrospective analysis to identify seasonal variations in outcomes for COPD exacerbation admissions and the effect on healthcare resource utilization.
Researchers sought to document and describe the contributions of certified PAs across practice areas in addressing mental health conditions.
Researchers examined the detailed events of published personal health data breaches for the past 10 years to understand what types of demographic and financial information were compromised.
Social needs — including food, housing, utilities, transportation — and exposure to interpersonal violence are well known to be linked to health outcomes. In fact, up to 90% of health outcomes are a result of social, behavioral, and economic factors.1 However, few hospitals or practices screen patients comprehensively for the aforementioned factors that affect health…
Researchers sought to estimate the level of burnout among nurses working in primary health care as well as assess the relationship between sociodemographic, employment-related, and personality variables and burnout syndrome.
Researchers sough to assess whether the cost of the EpiPen affected patient emergency department visits and length of hospital stay before and after the implementation of the Affordable Care Act.
Researchers sought to evaluate differences for missed-visit compared to kept-visit measures among different subgroups of people living with HIV.
The USPSTF has made updates to the 2008 recommendations on screening for and treating asymptomatic bacteriuria in pregnant and nonpregnant persons.
Researchers conducted a randomized controlled trial to assess tolerability and efficacy of a Crohn disease exclusion diet plus partial enteral nutrition compared with exclusive enteral nutrition.