Providers

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Rare fungal infection gains prevalence in new region
The epidemiology of blastomycosis in Vermont, USA, is poorly understood. Using insurance claims data, we estimated the mean annual blastomycosis incid...
State: Vermont
Consumers, Providers, Researchers Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare
Use of New Audio-Only Telemedicine Claim Modifiers
Policymakers at both the state and federal levels face decisions about coverage of<br /> audio-only telemedicine amid a dearth of reliable data due t...
State: Washington
Health Reform, Providers, Researchers Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare Quality, Utilization
Small Intervention, Big Impact: Health Care Cost Reductions Related to Medically Tailored Nutrition
Food is a critical aspect of health care for people living with illnesses like congestive heart failure, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, and di...
State: Colorado
Consumers, Health Reform, Insurance Department, Population Health, Providers Cost
Impact of the Patient-Centered Medical Home on Consistently High-Cost Patients
Patient-centered medical homes in Maryland’s multipayer demonstration disrupted the pattern of recurrently high expenditure among the costliest patien...
State: Maryland
Consumers, Health Reform, Providers, Researchers Commercial Cost, Quality
Surveillance of the Initiation of, Participation in, and Completion of Cardiac Rehabilitation in Minnesota, 2017–2018
Cardiac rehabilitation (CR) is an evidence-based secondary prevention program designed to improve cardiovascular health after a cardiac event. The obj...
State: Minnesota
Consumers, Population Health, Providers Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare Utilization
Profile of the Primary Care Physician Workforce in Arkansas
&quot;Healthcare provider shortages continue to be one of the most pressing challenges faced by healthcare organizations and communities seeking to en...
State: Arkansas
Health Reform, Providers, Researchers Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare Quality
The Health Care Costs of Extreme Heat
“A new report produced by an interdisciplinary group of faculty, staff and students at Virginia Commonwealth University and published by the Center fo...
State: Virginia
Consumers, Health Reform, Population Health, Providers, Researchers Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare Utilization
Naloxone Prescription in Response to the Opioid Epidemic
In response to the opioid epidemic, policies to expand access to the overdose-reversal drug naloxone — e.g., allowing pharmacists to dispense naloxone...
State: Arkansas
Consumers, Insurance Department, Population Health, Providers Commercial, Medicaid Utilization
Association between hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and cardiovascular diseases within 24 months after delivery
Despite the well-known association between hypertensive disorders of pregnancy and cardiovascular diseases, there are limited data on which specific c...
State: Maine
Population Health, Providers, Researchers Commercial, Medicaid, Medicare Utilization
Review of Third-Party Specialty Pharmacy Use for Clinician-Administered Drugs
&quot;In this report, required by Section 130 of Chapter 47 of the Acts of 2017, the Massachusetts Health Policy Commission (HPC) examines the prevale...
Consumers, Health Reform, Insurance Department, Population Health, Providers, Researchers Commercial, Medicare Cost, Utilization