This population-based study looks at the distinction between services provided as well as clinical outcomes of HIV-infected patients in facilities with funding from the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program vs those without such funding.
This study of data pooled from 5 mammography registries found that computer-aided detection (CAD) does not improve diagnostic accuracy of mammography, and these results suggest that insurers pay more for CAD with no established benefit to women.
This survey study describes academic internal medicine physicians' understanding of benefits and harms of common medical interventions, their use of statistical terms in patient communication, and their awareness of high-value health care campaigns.
Taylor et al assess the effectiveness of two 2 decision aids in helping men make informed prostate cancer screening decisions. Reuland and Pignone provide an Invited Commentary.
This randomized clinical trial examines the effect of an in-hospital mobility program on posthospitalization function and community mobility in hospitalized patients 65 years and older.
This Special Communication reviews the evidence and describes best practices in conversations about serious illness care goals, concluding that such communication is an intervention that should be systematically integrated into our clinical care structures and processes.
This survey study found low use of decision aids among specialists treating patients with prostate cancer.
This Viewpoint discusses the potential to improve patient care by identifying routines and paperwork that do not contribute to patient care or safety.