Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Study points to role of primary care received outside an Accountable Care Organization’s network, and the importance of coordination and access
Racial and ethnic disparities exist in prescribing rifaximin for patients with hepatic encephalopathy
Study reveals Black Americans experience significant health inequities when receiving treatment for the cirrhosis-related disorder.
A survey of young adult cancer survivors illustrates the compromises people make when asking family, friends for financial support during cancer treatment.
Over a five-year period, 24% of pregnant and postpartum women in study reported unmet health care needs due to cost; 60% reported health care unaffordability.
Long-term study shows recent first-year residents had smaller jump in depression symptoms, possibly due to more sleep, fewer work hours and more mental health care.