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Antibiotics for COPD, shock after MI, and more

Patients with private insurance saw a slight increase in the odds of frequent ED use, although they had much lower baseline odds of frequent use. ... The authors noted that although some were concerned that frequent ED use would rise with expanded
December 2018

ACA coverage expansion decreased frequent ED use among Medicaid, uninsured patients

Patients with private insurance saw a slight increase in the odds of frequent ED use, although they had much lower baseline odds of frequent use. ... The authors noted that although some were concerned that frequent ED use would rise with expanded
June 2018

Bundled payments, pneumonia score

Changes from baseline in clinical complexity, length of stay, ED use or readmission within 30 or 90 days postdischarge, or death within 30 or 90 days postadmission were also similar between ... per episode, case complexity, length of stay, ED use,
December 2018

Medicare bundled payments may not be effective for medical conditions

Changes from baseline in clinical complexity, length of stay, ED use or readmission within 30 or 90 days postdischarge, or death within 30 or 90 days postadmission were also similar between ... per episode, case complexity, length of stay, ED use,
July 2018

ID specialists in the ED improved care for severe sepsis and septic shock

The study included 382 patients treated in the general ED of a 1, 420-bed teaching hospital. ... They noted that their patient population was much older than that in most sepsis studies, a result of Italian ED use patterns, and “the impact of the
June 2017

Studies on bedside lung ultrasound, preoperative frailty screening, and more

The authors noted that the included studies had high clinical heterogeneity and that use of diagnostic techniques varied substantially. ... recalibrated for ED use, due to a wide variation in risk for death.
May 2017

PCMH model slowed growth in ED visits, but not hospitalizations

model may substitute for some outpatient ED care, perhaps by expanding access, the authors wrote. ... An accompanying editorial suggested a rethinking of the whole concept that outpatient care can and should prevent ED use to reduce health care costs.
March 2015

In the News

model may substitute for some outpatient ED care, perhaps by expanding access, the authors wrote. ... An accompanying editorial suggested a rethinking of the whole concept that outpatient care can and should prevent ED use to reduce health care costs.
June 2015

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