This secondary analysis of data from a randomized clinical trial examines differences in outcomes with clinical evaluation and noninvasive testing vs clinical evaluation alone.
This review identifies and highlights original research articles published in 2016 that are most relevant to understanding medical overuse or strategies to reduce it.
This study develops and validates a risk stratification tool to categorize risk of future hypoglycemia-related emergency department or hospital use in patients with type 2 diabetes.
This difference-in-differences analysis tests whether extending CareFirst’s program to Medicare fee-for-service patients improves care processes and reduces hospitalizations, emergency department visits, and spending.
This randomized clinical trial determines whether training and support for implementation of a nursing home quality improvement program reduces hospital admissions and emergency department visits.
This Teachable Moment describes a case of a man with type I diabetes admitted to the emergency department after his insulin pump was not reattached.
This study compares Medicare charges for common physician services conducted in emergency departments vs those of internal medicine physicians in the United States.
This cohort analysis evaluates clinical outcomes of the association of cardiovascular testing with patients who present to the emergency department with chest pain.
An obese diabetic woman in her 60s presented to the emergency department with 24 hours of stuttering chest pain at rest and with exertion. What is your diagnosis?
This study determines attitudes and beliefs of patients and health care professionals on patients’ willingness to provide information on sexual orientation in the emergency department setting.
This population epidemiology study uses US Renal Data System data to characterize emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations from the ED, and demographic characteristics of patients with end-stage renal disease who used ED services between 2005 and 2011.
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