“Secret shopper” study reveals 40 percent of primary care clinics will not accept a new patient who takes opioids
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
A new study finds too-long prescriptions in 2/3 of pneumonia patients at 43 Michigan hospitals, most written as part of the discharge process, suggesting an opportunity to intervene
Study: About 1 in 8 women report infertility in the U.S. – but women with higher incomes and education levels are significantly more likely to seek fertility treatment than other groups.
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.
A new study finds there’s excessive imaging testing being performed in the emergency department. A reduction could save millions in health care costs.