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Original Investigation | February 8, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Variation in Hospice Visits by Staff in the Last 2 Days of Life

This study uses Medicare administrative claims data to characterize patterns in visits by hospice professional staff to dying patients and their family in the final 2 days of life.
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Original Investigation | February 8, 2016 ONLINE FIRST CME

Remote Patient Monitoring of Discharged Patients With Heart Failure

This randomized clinical trial evaluates the effectiveness of a care transition intervention using remote patient monitoring to reduce 180-day all-cause readmissions among older adults hospitalized with heart failure.
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Research Letter | February 8, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

PSA Testing Before and After the 2012 USPSTF Recommendations

This study uses NAMCS survey data to describe use of prostate-specific antigen testing among men aged 50 to 74 years before and after publication of the 2012 United States Preventive Services Task Force guidelines.
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Original Investigation | February 1, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Text Messaging for Medication Adherence in Chronic Disease

This meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials assesses the effect of mobile telephone text messaging on medication adherence in patients with chronic disease.
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Original Investigation | February 1, 2016 ONLINE FIRST

Association Between Marijuana Use and Cognitive Function in Middle Age

This study uses data from the Coronary Artery Risk Development in Young Adults (CARDIA) cohort to examine the association between cumulative lifetime exposure to marijuana and cognitive performance in middle age.
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Interview with Peter P. Reese, MD, MSCE and Vishnu S. Potluri, MD, MPH, authors of Honoring Patient Preferences in Initiation of Dialysis: Problems, Proposals, and a Path Forward, and Susan P. Y. Wong, MD, author of Timing of Initiation of Maintenance Dialysis: A Qualitative Analysis of the Electronic Medical Records of a National Cohort of Patients From the Department of Veterans Affairs

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