This cohort study uses Medicare claims data to examine differences in health care resource use and outcomes among hospitalized Medicare beneficiaries cared for by hospitalists, their own primary care physicians, or other generalists.
This study uses Medicare Drug Spending Dashboard data to estimate the cost of repository corticotropin to the Medicare program and assess its within-specialty prescribing patterns.
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 analysis of claims data compares physician reimbursement in Medicare Advantage, traditional Medicare, and commercial health insurance plans.
This study of Medicare data quantifies recent increases in health care professionals working exclusively in skilled nursing facilities.
This special communication examines the role of prescription drug rebates in driving up Medicare Part D expenditures and consumer out-of-pocket costs.
This study compares Medicare charges for common physician services conducted in emergency departments vs those of internal medicine physicians in the United States.
This randomized clinical trial investigates whether a system of medication reminders using financial incentives and social support delays subsequent vascular events in patients following acute myocardial infarction compared with usual care.
This case-control study examines the association of home health copayments with use of home health service among Medicare Advantage enrollees.
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