Insurance records reveal patterns of opioid prescribing to patients whose family members “shop” for opioids from multiple sources
Health Care Delivery, Policy, and Economics
Thirty-five times more white patients than patients of color receive buprenorphine, and three-quarters of prescriptions go to those who pay cash or have private insurance
A new study found that rural emergency department visits grew by 50 percent during a 12-year timeframe, suggesting that rural emergency departments serve as safety nets for many patients.
Pairing a smartphone to capture retinal images with artificial intelligence to interpret them may help overcome barriers to ophthalmic screening for the disease.
A pilot study identifies a safe, effective strategy to help women with HIV have children in low-resource countries.
Study explores whether a baby’s level of prematurity in combination with highly irritable behavior may influence severity of maternal depressive symptoms.