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Original Investigation | October 12, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Trends in Use of Seven Low-Value Health Care Services

This population epidemiology study uses commercial health plan claims data to characterize trends in use of the services identified by the Choosing Wisely campaign as being of low value before and after launch of the campaign.
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Health Care Personnel Contamination During Protective Equipment Removal

This study characterizes the frequency and sites of contamination of health care personnel removing personal protective equipment (PPE) after training in PPE removal and during a simulation.
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Special Communication | October 12, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Physicians and Insider Trading

This perspective characterizes conditions in health care that make insider trading more likely, and proposes approaches to minimize the threat.

Viewpoint | October 12, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Producing Evidence to Reduce Low-Value Care

This Viewpoint calls for a comprehensive national initiative to fund and conduct trials comparing established medical procedures with less costly alternatives.

Teachable Moment | October 12, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Importance of Clinical Context When Interpreting Serum Ammonia Levels

This case report describes a patient with nonspecific symptoms and an elevated serum ammonia level ultimately judged to be falsely positive and clinically insignificant after extensive testing.

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