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06:42 EDT 25th June 2019 | BioPortfolio

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Showing PubMed Articles 1–25 of 367 from Medical care

Screening for Military Sexual Trauma Is Associated With Improved HIV Screening in Women Veterans.

To examine factors associated with HIV screening among women veterans receiving health care in the Department of Veterans Affairs.

Anatomy of Constructive Peer Review.

Commentary: Medical Care Section 2017 Student Awardee Study.

Estimating the Costs and Income of Providing Vaccination to Adults and Children.

Vaccinations are recommended to prevent serious morbidity and mortality. However, providers' concerns regarding costs and payments for providing vaccination services are commonly reported barriers to adult vaccination. Information on the costs of providing vaccination is limited, especially for adults.

Changes in Caregiver Health in the Years Surrounding the Birth of a Child With Health Problems: Administrative Data From British Columbia.

Caregivers of children with health problems (CHPs; usually mothers) experience more physical and psychological health problems than those of children without health problems (non-CHPs). Primarily cross-sectional and survey-driven, this literature has not yet explored whether these health differences existed before the birth of the CHPs, or are exacerbated postbirth.

Collaboration in Health Care and Social Service Networks for Older Adults: Association With Health Care Utilization Measures.

Services targeting social determinants of health-such as income support, housing, and nutrition-have been shown to improve health outcomes and reduce health care costs for older adults. Nevertheless, evidence on the properties of effective collaborative networks across health care and social services sectors is limited.

A Meta-Analysis of the Associations Between the Nurse Work Environment in Hospitals and 4 Sets of Outcomes.

The nurse work environment is theorized to influence the quality of nursing care, nurse job outcomes, and patient outcomes.

US Physicians' Work Motivation and Their Occupational Health: A National Survey of Practicing Physicians.

Poor occupational health among physicians poses a serious risk both to physicians themselves and the patients under their care. Prior research has found that occupational health among nonphysicians is associated with both degree and type of work motivation.

Trends and Racial Differences in First Hospitalization for Stroke and 30-Day Mortality in the US Medicare Population From 1988 to 2013.

The main purpose of this study was to determine whether there were temporal differences in the rates of first stroke hospitalizations and 30-day mortality after stroke between black and white Medicare enrollees.

Retooling of Paper-based Outcome Measures to Electronic Format: Comparison of the NY State Public Risk Model and EHR-derived Risk Models for CABG Mortality.

Risk adjustment is critical in the comparison of quality of care and health care outcomes for providers. Electronic health records (EHRs) have the potential to eliminate the need for costly and time-consuming manual data abstraction of patient outcomes and risk factors necessary for risk adjustment.

Clinical Scenarios for Which Spinal Mobilization and Manipulation Are Considered by an Expert Panel to be Inappropriate (and Appropriate) for Patients With Chronic Low Back Pain.

Spinal mobilization and manipulation are 2 therapies found to be generally safe and effective for chronic low back pain (CLBP). However, the question remains whether they are appropriate for all CLBP patients.

Relationship Between State Policy and Anesthesia Provider Supply in Rural Communities.

There is a significant geographic variation in anesthesia provider supply. Lower supply in rural communities raises concerns about access to procedures that require anesthesia in rural areas. State policies related to certified registered nurse anesthetist (CRNA) practice may help to alleviate rural supply concerns.

The Association of Nurse Practitioner Scope-of-Practice Laws With Emergency Department Use: Evidence From Medicaid Expansion.

Overuse and inappropriate use of emergency departments (EDs) remains an important issue in health policy. After implementation of Medicaid expansion, many states experienced an increase in ED use, but the magnitude varied. Differential access to primary care might explain such variation.

Does Primary Care Provider Supply Influence Medicaid Acceptability?

Following the Affordable Care Act's Medicaid expansions, access to care improved through elevated coverage rates among the low-income population. In Michigan, a major factor contributing to improved access among low-income patients was increased Medicaid acceptance in primary care settings.

Collaborative Networks of Health Systems and Social Service Agencies: Clinical Public Health in Action.

Factors Associated With Accuracy of Self-Assessment Compared With Tested Non-English Language Proficiency Among Primary Care Providers.

There are no accepted best practices for clinicians to report their non-English language (NEL) fluencies. Language discordance between patients with limited English proficiency and their clinicians may contribute to suboptimal quality of care.

Revenue Losses to State and Federal Government From Opioid-related Employment Reductions.

The main purpose of this study was to estimate the tax revenue lost by state and federal governments as a result of adverse labor market outcomes attributable to opioid misuse.

Regional and Rural-Urban Differences in the Use of Direct-acting Antiviral Agents for Hepatitis C Virus: The Veteran Birth Cohort.

Veterans with hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection may face geographic obstacles to obtaining treatment.

Association of Federal Mental Health Parity Legislation With Health Care Use and Spending Among High Utilizers of Services.

Decades-long efforts to require parity between behavioral and physical health insurance coverage culminated in the comprehensive federal Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equity Act.

Ascertainment of Aspirin Exposure Using Structured and Unstructured Large-scale Electronic Health Record Data.

Aspirin impacts risk for important outcomes such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, and gastrointestinal bleeding. However, ascertaining exposure to medications available both by prescription and over-the-counter such as aspirin for research and quality improvement purposes is a challenge.

Racial Differences in Insurance Stability After Health Insurance Reform.

One of the potential benefits of insurance reform is greater stability of insurance and reduced coverage disparities by race and ethnicity.

Contribution of HCAHPS Specific Care Experiences to Global Ratings Varies Across 7 Countries: What Can be Learned for Reporting These Global Ratings?

Given the increased international interest in improvement strategies for patient experiences with care, it is important to understand whether the same specific care experiences affect global ratings across countries. Moreover, reporting of these global ratings currently substantially varies in both research and public reporting.

ACO Affiliated Hospitals Increase Implementation of Care Coordination Strategies.

Hospitals affiliated with Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) may have a greater capacity to collaborate with providers across the care continuum to coordinate care, due to formal risk sharing and payment arrangements. However, little is known about the extent to which ACO affiliated hospitals implement care coordination strategies.

Attitudes About Consumer Strategies Among Americans in High-deductible Health Plans.

More than 70 million Americans are enrolled in a high-deductible health plan (HDHP), with high upfront cost-sharing to encourage strategies such as price shopping to mitigate out-of-pocket spending. Recent research suggests HDHP enrollees are reluctant to engage in these consumer strategies, but there is little information on why.

Missing Data in Marginal Structural Models: A Plasmode Simulation Study Comparing Multiple Imputation and Inverse Probability Weighting.

The use of marginal structural models (MSMs) to adjust for time-varying confounding has increased in epidemiologic studies. However, in the setting of MSMs, recommendations for how best to handle missing data are contradictory. We present a plasmode simulation study to compare the validity and precision of MSMs estimates using complete case analysis (CC), multiple imputation (MI), and inverse probability weighting (IPW) in the presence of missing data on time-independent and time-varying confounders.


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