This qualitative study examines how patients older than 75 years share their health information with their caregivers, as well as how elderly patients and their caregivers approach the spectrum of health information sharing and control.
This Viewpoint discusses why the presence of reality television cameras in the emergency department inevitably conflicts with good patient care.
This survey study examines the use of patient portals to enhance the ability of family members to participate in communication with health care professionals.
This study uses Medicare Drug Spending Dashboard data to estimate the cost of repository corticotropin to the Medicare program and assess its within-specialty prescribing patterns.
This interview study explores communication-and-resolution programs to understand aspects of institutional responses to patient injury that promoted and impeded reconciliation among the injured patients and family members.
This Viewpoint suggests several recommendations for quality care for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender older adults that are informed by research evidence and expert opinion.
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