An analysis of Medicare Part D data reveals that a preference among eye care providers for name-brand medication has systemwide cost implications.
A new study examining allocations of NIH research dollars finds lagging support for cardiac arrest, which kills hundreds of thousands of Americans each year.
Incentive payments to high-performing hospitals don’t result in improved patient care, a four-year University of Michigan study has found.
As the nationwide health care debate roars on, lauded U-M health policy researcher John Z. Ayanian, M.D., M.P.P., reflects on research’s role.
A survey and interviews with newly covered Michigan residents show a positive effect on physical and mental health — and, in turn, employment.
Data-mining medical bills may help protect patients from dangerous complications stemming from medical devices, a U-M team suggests.