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Original Investigation | August 31, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Modeling the Health Effects and “Costs” of Expanding e-Cigarette Sales

This modeling study uses a Monte Carlo analysis to estimate the range of potential health effects that increased promotion and use of e-cigarettes might have on the US population.

Original Investigation | August 31, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Religious or Spiritual Statements During ICU Goals-of-Care Discussions

This qualitative study uses audio recordings of conversations between patient surrogate decision makers and health care professionals in the intensive care unit to characterize the latter's responses to religious or spiritual statements.
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Original Investigation | August 31, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Ryan White Program Service Delivery and Outcomes

This study uses national HIV survey data to compare patients and characteristics and outcomes for HIV-infected patients cared for at facilities with vs without funding from the Ryan White HIV/AIDS Program.
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Teachable Moment | August 31, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Preoperative Stress Tests Resulting in Unnecessary Treatment Delay

This case report uses the example of an older patient undergoing hip fracture surgery to discuss judicious use of preoperative testing.

Original Investigation | August 24, 2015 ONLINE FIRST

Trends in Medicaid Reimbursements for Insulin

This pharmacoepidemiology study of trends in Medicaid payments for insulin between 1991 and 2014 reports increases in expenditures for all types suggesting a lack of price competition.

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