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Gender Differences in Primary Care Physicians’ Electronic Health Record Use over Time: an Observational Study
Gender Differences in Primary Care Physicians’ Electronic Health Record Use over Time: an Observational Study
This retrospective cross-sectional study was approved by the University of Wisconsin’s institutional review board. We coll...
Collection and Use of Social Determinants of Health Data in Inpatient General Internal Medicine Wards: A Scoping Review
Collection and Use of Social Determinants of Health Data in Inpatient General Internal Medicine Wards: A Scoping Review
There is growing interest in incorporating social determinants of health (SDoH) data collection in inpatient hospital sett...
Increasing Access to Buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care: an Assessment of Provider Incentives
Increasing Access to Buprenorphine for Opioid Use Disorder in Primary Care: an Assessment of Provider Incentives
Primary care providers (PCPs) are essential to increasing access to office-based buprenorphine medication treatment for op...
A Virtual-First Telehealth Treatment Model for Opioid Use Disorder
A Virtual-First Telehealth Treatment Model for Opioid Use Disorder
We analyzed data from a cohort of individuals with OUD treated at Ophelia, a virtual-first telehealth OUD treatment platfo...
Student and Educator Perceptions of Night Float in the Internal Medicine Inpatient Clerkship
Student and Educator Perceptions of Night Float in the Internal Medicine Inpatient Clerkship
Goren EN, Leizman DS, La Rochelle J, Kogan JR. Overnight hospital experiences for medical students: results of the 2014 Cl...
A Rare Case of Abiotrophia Endocarditis-Associated Glomerulonephritis Mimicking ANCA Vasculitis
A Rare Case of Abiotrophia Endocarditis-Associated Glomerulonephritis Mimicking ANCA Vasculitis
Neugarten J, Gallo GR, Baldwin DS. Glomerulonephritis in bacterial endocarditis. Am J Kidney Dis. 1984;3(5):371-9.Article ...
Physician Note Composition Patterns and Time on the EHR Across Specialty Types: a National, Cross-sectional Study
Physician Note Composition Patterns and Time on the EHR Across Specialty Types: a National, Cross-sectional Study
The burden of clinical documentation in electronic health records (EHRs) has been associated with physician burnout. Numer...
Ambulatory Care Fragmentation, Emergency Department Visits, and Race: a Nationwide Cohort Study in the U.S.
Ambulatory Care Fragmentation, Emergency Department Visits, and Race: a Nationwide Cohort Study in the U.S.
It is unclear whether highly fragmented ambulatory care (i.e., care spread across multiple providers without a dominant pr...
Statin Therapy in COVID-19: Inhibition of NETosis
Statin Therapy in COVID-19: Inhibition of NETosis
We appreciate Hunt et al.1 for reporting their observational study investigating the associat...
Closing the Loop: Re-engineering the Assessment and Tracking of Symptoms in Primary Care
Closing the Loop: Re-engineering the Assessment and Tracking of Symptoms in Primary Care
Reliable systems that track the continuation, progression, or resolution of a patient’s symptoms over time are essen...
Envisioning Minimally Disruptive Opioid Use Disorder Care
Envisioning Minimally Disruptive Opioid Use Disorder Care
Most people who need and want treatment for opioid addiction cannot access it. Among those who do get treatment, only a fr...
Language Profile of the US Physician Workforce: a Descriptive Study from a National Physician Survey
Language Profile of the US Physician Workforce: a Descriptive Study from a National Physician Survey
Publisher’s NoteSpringer Nature remains neutral with regard to jurisdictional claims in published maps and institutional a...
Step Up by Stepping Back to Promote Equity in Academic Medicine
Step Up by Stepping Back to Promote Equity in Academic Medicine
This is a call to action for leaders in academia to step up and take individual responsibilit...
Association Between Physician Empathy and Difficult Patient Encounters: a Cross-Sectional Study
Association Between Physician Empathy and Difficult Patient Encounters: a Cross-Sectional Study
Physicians frequently experience patients as difficult. Our study explores whether more empathetic physicians experience f...
The Diabetes Health Plan and Healthcare Utilization Among Beneficiaries with Low Incomes
The Diabetes Health Plan and Healthcare Utilization Among Beneficiaries with Low Incomes
The socioeconomic status (SES) gradient in hospital and emergency room utilization among adults with type 2 diabetes (T2DM...
How Providers Can Optimize Effective and Safe Scribe Use: a Qualitative Study
How Providers Can Optimize Effective and Safe Scribe Use: a Qualitative Study
The use of electronic health records has generated an increase in after-hours and weekend work for providers. To alleviate...
Defining Multimorbidity in Older Patients Hospitalized with Medical Conditions
Defining Multimorbidity in Older Patients Hospitalized with Medical Conditions
The term “multimorbidity” identifies high-risk, complex patients and is conventionally defined as ≥2 com...
Barriers to Adoption of a Secure Text Messaging System: a Qualitative Study of Practicing Clinicians
Barriers to Adoption of a Secure Text Messaging System: a Qualitative Study of Practicing Clinicians
Secure text messaging systems (STMS) offer HIPAA-compliant text messaging and mobile phone call functionalities that are m...
Outcomes of Patients with Opioid-Related Diagnoses in Acute Coronary Syndrome: a National Inpatient Sample-Based Analysis
Outcomes of Patients with Opioid-Related Diagnoses in Acute Coronary Syndrome: a National Inpatient Sample-Based Analysis
Acute coronary syndrome (ACS) and opioid use are both major causes of morbidity and mortality globally. Although epidemiol...