Michigan Medicine researchers examined how a clinical trial on one drug’s efficacy affected its use in ambulances across the country.
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Doctors are ordering too many liver-related blood tests at the same time, new research shows, which may lead to unneeded worry, biopsies and costs.
A federal law prohibiting prisoners from receiving Medicaid often results in low-quality health care and undue financial burden on states. It also can hinder an inmate’s successful re-entry into society.
Conventional wisdom would suggest a reduction in dietary salt intake for heart failure patients. For some, however, the elimination comes with added risk.
Sending a patient to an intensive care unit after a heart attack, or a flare-up of heart failure or COPD, may sound like the best option. But it’s not always the case.
Why do so many people, especially young adults, seek emergency care for mundane eye complaints? Researchers highlight the trend — and better options.