Coverage of our peer-reviewed research and news reporting in the health care and mainstream press.
A study published in the November 2022 issue of The American Journal of Managed Care® was cited in articles by and MedicalXpress. The study, “COVID-19 Surges and Hospital Outcomes in the United States,” found increased hospital mortality odds among non–COVID-19 patients, implying compromised quality of care during COVID-19 surges. Additionally, no large-scale changes were found in discharges to other facilities.
Vagal Nerve Stimulation May Benefit Patients With Medically Intractable Epilepsy
A review of randomized controlled trials suggests patients with epilepsy refractory to medical management may benefit from vagal nerve stimulation.
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Examining Telehealth Uptake to Increase Equitable Care Access
To mark the publication of The American Journal of Managed Care®’s 12th annual health IT issue, on this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with Christopher M. Whaley, PhD, health care economist at the RAND Corporation, who focuses on health economics issues, including the influence of the COVID-19 pandemic on health care delivery.
Guidance for AD Management Refreshed With New Recommendations
A team of experts from the United States and Canada performed this systematic review, considering for the first time patient values and preferences for their atopic dermatitis (AD) care.
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High-Deductible Health Plans and Their Potential Impact on the US Drug Epidemic
On this episode of Managed Care Cast, we speak with Matthew D. Eisenberg, PhD, lead author of a study published in the October issue of The American Journal of Managed Care® that investigated the use of high-deductible health plans and their impact on substance use disorder care and spending.
What We’re Reading: Blood Donation Guidance Updated; COVID-19 Vaccination Strategy Simplified; FDA Reviewing CBD Product Safety
The FDA is relaxing some time-based deferrals for donating blood; new guidance aims to streamline the COVID-19 vaccination process; Congress has been called on to solidify cannabidiol (CBD) regulations.
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Artificial Intelligence May Help Differentiate Colon Carcinoma From Acute Diverticulitis
Colon carcinoma and acute diverticulitis have similar computed tomography imaging features that can make differential diagnosis difficult for radiologists, but a novel artificial intelligence assistance model was shown to help diagnostic accuracy.
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