Telehealth can be a valuable tool for nursing homes to enhance care coordination and provide timely access to care, leading to lower spending for nursing home residents.
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Effects of a Nursing Home Telehealth Program on Spending and Utilization for Medicare ResidentsOct 01, 2022
Supporting and Promoting High-Performing Physician-Owned Private Practices: Voices from the Front LinesOct 22, 2021
This white paper describes findings from a qualitative study Mathematica conducted with the AMA to define, analyze, and assess the factors that create and sustain high-performing, physician-owned private practices.
Evaluation of the Independence at Home Demonstration: An Examination of the First Four YearsMay 23, 2019
This report describes the implementation and impacts of the Independence at Home demonstration over its first four years. Also, the report examines whether home-based primary care reduces Medicare expenditures and hospital use.
Clinical Nonlicensed Personnel in U.S. Hospitals: Job Trends from 2010 to 2015Jan 01, 2018
Despite the large numbers in health care industry, little is known about the clinical nonlicensed personnel (CNLP) in U.S. hospitals and how their staffing has changed over time.
The Impact of State Tort Reforms on Imaging UtilizationFeb 01, 2017
The authors examined the extent to which radiography use is influenced by malpractice liability pressure among office-based physicians.