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Health care claims per medical specialty in the Netherlands: a 10-year overview.

To analyse the quantity and size of health care claims per medical specialty in the past 10 years.

Unintentional and intentional falsehoods: The role of morally relevant theory of mind.

This study investigated how theory of mind (ToM) competence is related to children's ability to differentiate between intentional and unintentional false statements regarding claims to resources. Participants (4-10 years old; N = 122) heard about individuals who had different access to knowledge about resource ownership when making resource claims, and they were asked to make an evaluation, attribute intentions, assign punishment, and predict the teacher's assigned punishment. Two measures of ToM were...

Essay: Avoiding unfounded health claims on small molecules in scientific literature.

The publication of unfounded health claims on small molecules in peer-reviewed scientific literature is a problem that requires attention. It undermines the evidence-based decision making processes of modern-day society, weakens the credibility of the scientific enterprise, and diverts resources to futile research efforts. In the present essay we discuss some human and scientific causes behind the issue. We propose a number of actions to be taken up by scientists, referees and publishers. One particularly i...

Claims data studies of direct oral anticoagulants can achieve balance in important clinical parameters only observable in electronic health records.

Claims databases provide information on the effects of direct oral anticoagulants (DOACs) as used in routine care but may not contain important data on clinical characteristics which may be captured in electronic health records (EHR). Within a US claims database, we identified patients initiating a DOAC or warfarin between 10/2010-12/2014. 1:1 propensity score (PS) matching was used to balance 78 claims-defined baseline characteristics. We evaluated whether balance was achieved in patient characteristics im...

Validation of a Claims-Based Frailty Index Against Physical Performance and Adverse Health Outcomes in the Health and Retirement Study.

A claims-based frailty index (CFI) was developed based on a deficit-accumulation approach using self-reported health information. This study aimed to independently validate the CFI against physical performance and adverse health outcomes.

Legal Examination: Case Tests Lawsuit Immunity For Medical Examiners.

Case tests lawsuit immunity for medical examiners.

Real-World Evidence in the Real World: Beyond the FDA.

The 21 Century Cures Act ("Cures Act") relies on the concept of real-world evidence ("RWE") to improve the Food and Drug Administration ("FDA") approval process. This has amplified interest and furthered momentum in applying RWE more broadly, beyond FDA regulation. In this article, we discuss the understandable appeal of RWE's pragmatic application and its many potential benefits. But we also caution that claims about RWE's wide-ranging, ameliorative impact on the health care system are likely overstated....

A randomized trial assessing the effects of health claims on choice of foods in the presence of front-of-pack labels.

As a public health intervention, front-of-pack labels (FoPLs) have the potential to reach large numbers of consumers and promote healthier food choices. Of the different FoPLs, those that summarize a product's overall nutritional profile tend to be most effective in guiding healthier choices. However, information is lacking as to whether FoPLs are as effective when nutrient or health claims also appear on-pack.

Scientific Evidence on Functional Food and Its Commercial Communication: A Review of Legislation in Europe and the USA.

This study aims at understanding how scientific evidence to substantiate nutrition and health claims in food commercial communication is regulated in Europe and the USA. A literature review was performed on the scientific evidence required by the European Food Safety Authority and the US Food and Drug Administration to substantiate food nutrition and health claims. Studies published in Scopus, Medline, Scirus, and Google Scholar from 2007 to 2012 were reviewed as well as documents released by both agencies....

The effectiveness of short-format refutational fact-checks.

Fact-checking has become an important feature of the modern media landscape. However, it is unclear what the most effective format of fact-checks is. Some have argued that simple retractions that repeat a false claim and tag it as false may backfire because they boost the claim's familiarity. More detailed refutations may provide a more promising approach, but may not be feasible under the severe space constraints associated with social-media communication. In two experiments, we tested whether (1) simple '...

Children's evaluation of verified and unverified claims.

Critical to children's learning is the ability to judiciously select what information to accept-to use as the basis for learning and inference-and what information to reject. This becomes especially difficult in a world increasingly inundated with information, where children must carefully reason about the process by which claims are made in order to acquire accurate knowledge. In two experiments, we investigated whether 3- to 7-year-old children (N = 120) understand that factual claims based on verifie...

False positive reduction in pulmonary nodule classification using 3D texture and edge feature in CT images.

Pulmonary nodule detection can significantly influence the early diagnosis of lung cancer while is confused by false positives.

District nurses and NHS fraud.

Two cases of fraud by district nurses demonstrate that district nurses need to be familiar with the behaviour that amounts to fraudulent activity, so they are able to protect NHS assets and take appropriate action to minimise the loss of funds needed for patient care and treatment. Fraud costs the NHS billions of pounds each year and takes money away from front-line services. The Fraud Act 2006 has made the offence clearer and easier to prosecute. Offences can range from false representation about qualifica...

Development and Preliminary Validation of a Medicare Claims-Based Model to Predict Left Ventricular Ejection Fraction Class in Patients With Heart Failure.

Ejection fraction (EF) class is an important predictor of treatment response in heart failure (HF); however, administrative claims databases lack information on EF, limiting their usefulness in clinical and health services research of HF.

Surviving a Lawsuit: Maintaining a Perspective.

Heated tobacco product regulation under US law and the FCTC.

Tobacco companies are marketing new 'heated tobacco products' (HTPs) composed of battery-powered holders, chargers and tobacco plugs or sticks. The non-tobacco HTP components have escaped effective regulation under many countries' tobacco control laws because they are packaged and sold separately from the tobacco-containing components. In the USA, HTPs cannot be marketed unless the Food and Drug Administration determines that allowing their sale would be 'appropriate for the protection of the public health'...

Research and Regulatory Gaps for the Substantiation of Protein Content Claims on Foods.

Protein claims provide guidance to consumers seeking protein-rich foods. Protein claim regulations differ globally, and both Canada and the U.S. require protein quality assessments, however methods differ. A tripartite workshop identified the need to: 1) harmonize; 2) update existing amino acid composition and digestibility databases; 3) develop non-animal bioassays; and 4) evaluate the impact of protein claims on human health. The Protein-Digestibility Corrected Amino Acid Score method is recommended for c...

Development of a classifier to identify patients with probable Lennox-Gastaut syndrome in health insurance claims databases via random forest methodology.

Describe the development of a claims-based classifier utilizing machine learning to identify patients with probable Lennox-Gastaut syndrome (LGS) from 6 state Medicaid programs.

A review of the Ghana National Health Insurance Scheme claims database: possibilities and limits for drug utilization research.

There is inadequate data on prescribed drug utilization in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). Drug utilization research (DUR) in this region is hampered by lack of access to databases that capture prescribed drug utilization such as health insurance claims, electronic medical records, disease registries, etc. The primary objective of this MiniReview is to describe the content of the NHIS database in the context of the healthcare system in Ghana. We will also review the possibilities and limitations of analysing this...

Inaccuracy of asthma-related self-reported health-care utilization data compared to Medicaid claims.

In asthma, health-care utilization is often used as an outcome measure and to identify cases of poorly controlled asthma. Asthma-related hospitalizations, emergency department (ED) visits, and systemic corticosteroid courses were compared between caregiver report and Medicaid administrative claims over 12 months among children enrolled in a school-based asthma program. The concordance was poor for both caregiver-reported ED visits and systemic corticosteroid courses (k = 0.04 and k = 0.02, respect...

Delivery of Preventive Oral Health Services by Rurality: A Cross-Sectional Analysis.

Integrating oral health care into primary care has been promoted as a strategy to increase delivery of preventive oral health services (POHS) to young children, particularly in rural areas where few dentists practice. Using a multistate sample of Medicaid claims, we examined a child's odds of receiving POHS in a medical office by county rurality.

False-positive mammography and mammography screening intentions among black women: the influence of emotions and coping strategies.

Abnormal mammograms confirmed as benign are known as false-positive mammography (FPM) results. Research indicates that a history of FPM results may be linked to diagnostic delays in Black women, yet much of the research on FPM has focused on White women.

What Have We Learned From Malpractice Claims Involving the Surgical Management of Benign Biliary Disease?: A 128 Million Dollar Question.

We aimed to study the contributing factors and costs of malpractice claims involving the surgical management of benign biliary disease given the emotional, physical, and financial toll of these claims on patients, providers, and the healthcare system.

Jury Finds in Favor of Nurse Who Sued Brigham and Women's Hospital.

Lawsuit describes retaliation after she stood up for a colleague.

Provider-level rates of HEDIS-consistent HPV vaccination in a regional health plan.

Health insurers are well-positioned to address low HPV vaccination coverage in the US through initiatives such as provider assessment and feedback. However, little is known about the feasibility of using administrative claims data to assess provider performance on vaccine delivery.

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