Research Corner

Using the EHR to Fight Burnout in Female Docs

Michael Barnett shares research on why female physicians spend more time working in the electronic health record than their male counterparts.

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How Nursing Home Staff Biases Drive Inequitable Care

Jasmine Travers shares research showing how racial biases can impact care for Black nursing home residents with advanced dementia.

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Are Vets Less Likely to Die at VA Hospitals?

Amal Trivedi shares research looking at what happens to veterans who get emergency care at VA vs. non-VA hospitals.

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How Requiring Insurers to Cover Autism Care Can Impact Schools

Jose Manuel Fernandez shares research on the impact on test scores and special education when Michigan required private coverage of autism spectrum disorder therapies.

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How Safety Net Programs Work Together to Improve Health

Joe Benitez shares research about how food, income and health care safety net programs overlap to support low-income families.

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When Racial and Rural Disparities Collide

Katie Keith shares a new study looking at the distance to hospitals for zip codes with high percentages of people of color.

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What Happened When COVID Eased Methadone Restrictions?

Leslie Suen writes about new research suggesting loosened methadone regulations have not led to more overdoses or drug sales as many have long feared.

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Ways to Save in Budget Busting Medicare Part B

Stacie Dusetzina shares new research showing the difference in spending on Part B drugs in Medicare and Medicare Advantage.

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Racial Bias Lurking in Patient Records

Ishani Ganguli on new research showing Black patients have much higher odds of having clinicians write negative descriptors about them.

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Female Docs Make a Difference for Female Patients

Adrianna McIntyre on new research using randomization to show how female patients can benefit when they have a female doctor.

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