This study uses data from the National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey to describe the central nervous system polypharmacy practices among outpatient older adults.
This population-based cohort study examines the association of changes in insurance deductible levels with outpatient care of patients with diabetes.
This randomized clinical trial of a Veterans Affairs intensive outpatient care program evaluates how augmenting the Veterans Affairs medical home with an intensive management program influences high-need patients’ costs, health care utilization, and experience.
This study measures the frequency with which first-line antibiotics are prescribed for otitis media, sinusitis, and pharyngitis.
This cross-sectional survey study measures changes in outpatient quality and patient experience in the United States from 2002 to 2013 to determine whether efforts to improve outpatient quality have been successful.
This cohort study examines associations between medical clinician continuity and health care testing, utilization, and spending of older adults with dementia..
This study evaluates the appropriateness of free-text notes added by prescribers in a nationally representative electronic prescribing system used in ambulatory care.
This analysis of physician-hospital integration examines the changes in commercial prices and spending among a cohort of nonelderly Medicare enrollees.
This population epidemiology study uses medical claims data to assess associations between participation in a US medical home intervention and changes in quality and utilization of care.
This observational study among a nationwide sample of patients reports that primary care provider turnover was associated with worse patient experiences of care but did not have a major effect on ambulatory care quality.
In a retrospective cohort study, Edwards et al characterize the association between enrollment in Home-Based Primary Care, a program operated by the Department of Veterans Affairs, and hospitalizations owing to an ambulatory care–sensitive condition among older veterans with diabetes mellitus. See the Invited Commentary by Federman and Soriano.
Nelson et al create an index that measures the extent of patient-centered medical home implementation, describe variation in implementation, and examine the association between the implementation index and key outcomes. See also the invited commentary by Baron.
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