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Original Investigation | May 26, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Association Between Hospice Use and Depressive Symptoms in Spouses

This observational study notes an increase in depression symptoms of surviving spouses of hospice users as well as nonhospice users.
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Original Investigation | May 26, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Risks During Warfarin Interruption for Invasive Procedures

This cohort study notes an increased risk of bleeding in patients receiving bridge therapy during warfarin interruption for invasive procedures.
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Original Investigation | May 26, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Epidemiology of the Homebound Population in the United States

This population epidemiology study uses National Health and Aging Trends Study data to estimate the number of older homebound adults in the US, and risk factors for being homebound.

Research Letter | May 26, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Antibiotic Prescribing in Direct-to-Consumer Telemedicine Visits

This study uses health plan claims to assess antibiotic prescribing rates for acute respiratory infection, comparing a direct-to-consumer telemedicine company to physician offices.

Original Investigation | May 18, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Informed Decision Making for PCI

This analysis of recorded conversations between patients with known or suspected stable coronary disease and cardiologists at outpatient practices characterizes the quality of informed decision making and its association with patient decisions.
Editorial: Addressing Overuse of Medical Services One Decision at a Time

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