People whose Alzheimer’s disease gets diagnosed as part of a health crisis have much higher costs than those in whom screening shows significant cognitive issues.
Surgeons-in-training, and first-year residents who identify as LGBTQ+, experience more new signs of depression than peers.
Antiphospholipid syndrome is rare in adults and even less common among children.
Nearly 1 in 3 people over 50 with a scheduled procedure, or primary care or dental visit in 2021 had a COVID-related delay; many haven’t gone back yet, especially unvaccinated people.
Older adults got less diabetes and cholesterol screening when their primary care practice or health system left the Shared Savings Program.
Michigan-wide effort connecting primary care providers with psychiatrists and behavioral specialists for consultation and training supports their ability to provide care in local clinics.