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High users of healthcare: Strategies to improve care, reduce costs.

A minority of patients consume a disproportionate amount of healthcare, especially in the emergency department. These "high users" are a small but complex group whose expenses are driven largely by low socioeconomic status, mental illness, and drug abuse; lack of social services also contributes. Several promising efforts aimed at improving quality and reducing healthcare costs for high users include care management organizations, patient care plans, and better discharge summaries.

Aortic replacement in cardiac surgery.

The number of aorta procedures performed annually in the United States has grown substantially during the past decade. Cleveland Clinic is a leader in research on the risk of aortic dissection in patients with a bicuspid or tricuspid aortic valve and associated aneurysm, which has led to changes in the recommendations of when to operate. Safety and efficacy data support more proactive treatment for most patients with thoracic aortic aneurysm and/or dissection with a growing emphasis on the need to provide l...

Deprescribing: When trying for less is more.

Gas under the right diaphragm.

The Leser-Trélat sign.

Methemoglobinemia in an HIV patient.

Erythema ab igne.

It's time to consider pharmacotherapy for obesity.

To have not and then to have: A challenging immune paradox.

Big heart, small ring.

A New Year's transition and looking forward.

Frailty and cardiovascular disease: A two-way street?

Dysmorphic red blood cell formation.

A 50-year-old woman with new-onset seizure.

Primary livedo reticularis of the abdomen.

Paraneoplastic acral vascular syndrome.

Drug reaction or metastatic lung cancer?

Introduction: Challenges and advances in cardiovascular disease.

Quality in urine microscopy: The eyes of the beholder.

Hypothermia and severe first-degree heart block.

Hemodynamically, the kidney is at the heart of cardiorenal syndrome.

A 67-year-old woman with bilateral hand numbness.

Can a shared decision be wrong if made for the 'right' reasons?

A Cost-Analysis of an Interdisciplinary Pediatric Chronic Pain Clinic.

Chronic pain is characterized by high rates of functional impairment, healthcare utilization, and associated costs. Research supports the use of comprehensive, interdisciplinary treatment approaches. However, many hospitals hesitate to offer this full range of services, especially to Medi-Cal/Medicaid patients whose services are reimbursed at low rates. This cost analysis examines the impact on hospital and insurance costs of patients' enrollment in an interdisciplinary pediatric pain clinic, which includes...

Is it time to abandon fasting for routine lipid testing?

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