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System-level factors associated with healthcare utilization among young adults with congenital heart disease transitioning to adult cardiac care settings using social network analysis
With medical and surgical advances over the past 60 years, more young adults with congenital heart disease are surviving into adulthood. Unfortunately, adolescence is a time when many fail to transition into adult care ...
Hepatitis C prevalence, healthcare utilization and treatment outcomes in a large, integrated healthcare system
Hepatitis C (HCV) infects the liver, affecting its function, and may progress to liver cirrhosis and cancer. New direct-acting antiviral (DAA) treatments allow patients to achieve sustained virologic response (SVR) at ...
Understanding the mechanisms by which Colorado Medicaid reduced 30-day hospital readmissions : did financial incentives alter post-discharge care?
Author(s):Meyer, Martha Lorraine
Changing the delivery and financing of health care has become a national priority as policymakers, payers, and healthcare providers look for different and new mechanisms to improve care quality and access to necessary care ...
Effect of provider choice on competition in the health insurance market: understanding the trade-offs and opportunity costs, The
Author(s):van den Broek, Eline
Narrow network insurance plans are a popular choice among consumers buying health insurance in the ACA exchanges. Plans with narrow networks selectively contract healthcare providers, restrict provider choice and do not ...