This study uses National Health Interview Survey data to compare health and health risk factors between lesbian, gay, and bisexual adults and heterosexual adults in the United States.
This study compares the salaries of male and female physicians in academic positions throughout the United States.
This Viewpoint examines how loosening federal restrictions on the use of Medicaid funds for housing could benefit the health and quality of life for the homeleless population while also reducing medical costs.
This Special Communication proposes a new, comprehensive framework and associated criteria to help policy makers develop a more evidence-based, consistent, and ethically sound approach for covering preventive services without cost sharing.
This Viewpoint examines the time-based billing system of Switzerland and makes recommendations to improve the US health care system.
The accuracy and precision of the Instant Blood Pressure app are evaluated amid concerns that individuals may use these apps to assess their blood pressure and titrate therapy.
This study describes a number of demographic differences in the populations served by Federally Qualified Health Centers, 2005-2014.
This study evaluates whether overall Medicare fee-for-service readmissions were reduced through an intervention applied to high-risk discharge patients.
This study of caregivers of older adults with disabilities with estimates extrapolated from 2 national surveys examines how caregivers’ involvement in older adults’ health care activities relates to caregiving responsibilities, supportive services use, and caregiving-related effects.