As health care providers push to reduce low-value care, they should put more emphasis on assessing unintended consequences, listening to patients and providers, and measuring outcomes, a U-M-led review finds.
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A new tool “scores” patients based on the impact of their multiple chronic conditions.
A U-M study found that type 1 diabetes rates were one-third lower in children who received all doses of the rotavirus vaccine.
As interest grows in addressing pediatric firearm injuries — the second-leading cause of death for young people, researchers list the most urgent priorities for study.
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