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Original Investigation | February 9, 2016 CME

Behavioral Interventions and Inappropriate Antibiotic Prescribing

This cluster randomized clinical trial compares the effects of behavioral interventions on rates of inappropriate antibiotic prescribing during ambulatory visits for acute respiratory tract infections.
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Original Investigation | February 9, 2016

Task-Oriented Rehabilitation and Recovery Following Motor Stroke

This randomized trial assesses the efficacy of a structured, task-oriented motor training program vs usual and customary occupational therapy for patients with stroke with upper extremity motor deficits.

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Original Investigation | February 9, 2016

Mortality and Readmission Rates in VA vs Non-VA Hospitals

This cross-sectional study compares mortality and readmission rates for acute myocardial infarction, heart failure, and pnemonia among older men treated at VA vs non-VA hospitals in urban metropolitan statistical areas.
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Review | February 9, 2016 CME

Antibiotic Therapy for Community-Acquired Pneumonia in Adults

This systematic review characterizes associations between 3 aspects of antibiotic therapy (optimal time to antibiotic initiation, initial antibiotic selection, and criteria for the transition from intravenous to oral therapy) and short-term mortality in adults hospitalized with community-acquired pneumonia.
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Viewpoint | February 8, 2016 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Immunization Policy and the Importance of Sustainable Vaccine Pricing

This Viewpoint discusses the challenges of balancing cost and benefit in developing new vaccines and vaccine policy.

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Viewpoint | February 4, 2016 FREE ONLINE FIRST

Oregon’s Medicaid Coordinated Care Organizations

This Viewpoint describes steps taken by Oregon to change its Medicaid program to improve health care access and population health and slow increases in spending.

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Community acquired pneumonia accounts for 600,000 hospital admissions a year. Many patients with this disease are quite ill and have a very high mortality. To save lives, the appropriate antibiotics should be given in a timely basis, but it is not clear what the best antibiotics are and how long they should be given. In this podcast we interview the author of a JAMA review on community acquired pneumonia, Dr Jonathan Lee, author of Antibiotic Therapy for Adults Hospitalized With Community-Acquired Pneumonia, who performed a systematic review of the literature to determine the best way to treat community acquired pneumonia.

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Antibiotic Therapy for Adults Hospitalized With Community-Acquired Pneumonia A Systematic Review

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Video demonstration of the neurologic examination of a patient with suspected distal symmetric polyneuropathy.


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February 9, 2016

Reducing inappropriate antibiotic prescribing in primary care, stroke rehabilitation, review of community-acquired pneumonia treatment, and more.

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Well-Demarcated, Scaly Plaques

A 46-year-old woman presented with well-demarcated erythematous scaly plaques, with central clearing, on her chest, back, flanks, and groin. She reported that the eruption worsens with warmer weather but reported no other pain or rash.

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Changing the “Working While Sick” Culture

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US Infant Mortality Rate Declines but Still Exceeds Other Developed Countries

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When and Why People Die in the United States, 1990-2013

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