A recent NEJM Catalyst article takes on the question of improving healthcare by asking patients directly.
The article reports the results of a survey of high-need, high-cost patients, sharing their views on how systems could keep them healthier and out of the ER.
To learn more, check out the NEJM article!
Das, L.T., Abranson, E.L., & Kaushal, R. (2019). High-need, high-cost patients offer solutions for improving their care and reducing costs. NEJM Catalyst.
With the expansion of opioid research, policies, and work, there have been many recent strong publications on the topic.
For a one-time event, your ADL librarians have expanded the Opioid Article of the month to include five articles for February.
These articles cover work being done in the Charlotte and Mountain regions, the validity of evidence used to determine opioid policy, differing trends in intentional and unintentional poisoning deaths, and treatments for opioid use in substance use treatment facilities.
To learn more, check out all five of February’s Opioid Articles of the Month!