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Early View Perspective
By: Mitchell Tang, Michael E. Chernew, Ateev Mehrotra,
For years, telehealth has been touted as a potentially transformative technology that will increase health care access and efficiency. Although the use of telehealth already was growing, the pandemic drove a dramatic expansion. More
By: Kushal T. Kadakia, Celynne A. Balatbat, Albert L. Siu, I. Glenn Cohen, Consuelo H. Wilkins, Victor J. Dzau, Anaeze C. Offodile,
In 2019, US hospitals accounted for 36 million admissions and $1.2 trillion in spending (31% of national health expenditures). More
Early View Original Scholarship
By: Maria Bargeman, Julia Abelson, Gillian Mulvale, Anne Niec, Ania Theuer,
Context: Increased recognition of the epidemiology of trauma and its impact on individuals within and across human service delivery systems has… More
By: Melissa L. McCarthy, Yixuan Li, Angelo Elmi, Marcee E. Wilder, Zhaonian Zheng, Scott L. Zeger,
Social determinants of health are an important predictor of future health care costs but little is known about their impact on Medicaid spending. More
By: Alex C. Liber,
Context: The effects of commerce on the public health are omnipresent. The commercial determinants of health (CDoH) represent a burgeoning area of… More
By: Katherine E. M. Miller, Sally C. Stearns, Courtney Harold Van Houtven, Donna Gilleskie, George M. Holmes, Erin E. Kent,
Context: In the United States in 2020, approximately 26 million individuals provided unpaid care to a family member or friend. On average, 60% of… More
By: Jessica Carda-Auten, Elena A. Dirosa, Catherine Grodensky, Kathryn M. Nowotny, Lauren Brinkley-Rubenstein, Debbie Travers, Mersedes Brown, Steve Bradley-Bull, Colleen Blue, David L. Rosen,
The scarce resources allotted to jail health care are likely resulting in treatment delays, limited access to care, lower-quality care, unnecessary use of emergency medical services and emergency departments, and limited services to support continuity of care upon release, according to this new study. More
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